Welcome!!!  I LOVE giveaway day!  It's so much fun to enter all of the awesome giveaways but it is also so much fun to join in as a blogger.


This giveaway is open to everyone!  Today I am giving away a PDF copy of my Travel Games Pattern!


It is a pattern to make both a game board and playing pieces.  The first side of the board is for tic tac toe.  When you flip the board over it becomes a toss game.


And there are no boring x's and o's here!!  You make the game pieces different by choosing two fun fabrics to fussy cut (like the mice and spiders in the game above).





If you would like a chance to win a copy of the pattern so that you can make your own game, leave me a comment below telling me what fabrics you would fussy cut for your game pieces!  PLEASE make sure that you leave your email address in your comment (or make sure it is connected to your blogger profile)!!!!  I can't get your goodies to you if I can't get in touch with you.  Thanks!

I will leave the giveaway open until Friday, May, 10th at 8 PM EST.  I will then let the random number genie choose a winner and announce the winner on Saturday morning.

Good luck and have fun!



125 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your first pattern - it looks wonderful. I think I would use a stack of Japanese fabrics from a swap I took part in last year - lots of lovely little prints. thanks

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  2. What a brilliant idea! I'd love the chance to win the pattern. If I did, I'd definitely use some nice, bright, spotty fabrics.....
    Carly
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  3. I have those spiders and mice in different colorways but I think it might be fun to make one with frogs and chickens just to be different, lol!

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  4. What a fun idea! I have some cute fabric called Sewing Room Social by Jaquelynne Steves that would by great to fussycut for this project.

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  5. Perhaps some sock monkey fabric? I have a few little monkeys...

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  6. What a cute pattern. I've got some Dr. Seuss character fabric that I think would be soooo cute done this way.

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  7. Cute pattern, I'm not sure what fussy cut i would use yet. I would probably let my girls pick at the store. linhs4real@aol.com

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  8. This is such a great pattern! I have a lot of fun scraps left over from previous projects that would be PERFECT for this!

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  9. Gratzy on releasing your pattern! I have some Heather Ross fabrics floating around in my stash, so I think I'd fussy cut those. :)

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  10. That is utterly charming.
    My little ones would love to play.
    I would make mine with different numbers on, so that my 8yr might have a math challenge too.

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  11. Very cute. I think I might use red riding hood by Riley Blake.

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  12. Oh my goodness! How adorable is this! My little grandson would love to play with this! Great pattern!!

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  13. I would use some Japanese fabric and and some of my sewing themed fabrics :) Cool pattern/project - well done!!!

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  14. I might use two different colours of the Tip top elephants

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  15. So cute! It would make great gifts for kids with character fabric.

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  16. What a cute idea! I would love to make this with some briar rose fabric!

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  17. I have lots of cute remix animals. I would pick one of them. I love the idea for this travel game. so creative!

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  18. I would use two different kinds of animals. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  19. It looks so adorable in Nursery Versary! Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  20. Oh how cute! I would have to search for some fun fabrics to fussy cut. :)

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  21. I'd have to make it with a fairy tale fabric for my granddaughter.

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  22. I would have to make it with super hero fabrics for my son!

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  23. I don't know what fabrics I would use... would have to go shop for something new:) Poor me!!!

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  24. That's a wonderful pattern. I think I'd fuzzy cut Jungle Bungle, or Bear Country School (by Moda).
    Thanks for the chance!

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  25. I think farm animals would be really cute!

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  26. What an adorable pattern! I think I'd do superheros vs. Godzilla. :) Mostly because I have both those fabrics and a LOT of little boys to play with!

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  27. Such a cute pattern!! I might use Nursery Versery too or Briar Rose when that comes out. Happy Give Away Day!

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  28. I would probably use this pattern as an excuse to buy some new fabrics just for fussy cutting...not sure which ones though :)

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  29. I would do Joel Dewberry Sparrows Plum and Joel Dewberry Sparrows Lilac - same pattern, but different colors to act as the 2 types of pieces
    bethbimber(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. Your first pattern is a keeper. I would probably choose either a child's print or even a cat and dog pattern. It is so cute and you are a very clever quilter. Thank you for being a part of Sew Mama Sew giveaway and your generousity of a PDF pattern to a very lucky winner.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  31. I have some cute woodland animal fabric that I would use for this. :)

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  32. I absolutely LOVE your idea! Very cute. I'm not sure what I'd pick...maybe go look for some little boy fabric and pick out various trucks to fussy-cut.

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  33. Cute pattern! I have some Japanese fabric that would be fun to fussy cut!

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  34. I would use some of Aneela Hoey's Sherbet Pips fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Oh, I'm not sure...but I think I would have to buy something!!
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  36. I love it! I would have to find some animals to use for it.
    Thank you!

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  37. I would use an animal print to fussy cut these pieces. Cute puzzle!

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  38. I would use Sherbet Pips to fussy cut for these game pieces. Thank you for the chance to enter.

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  39. Adorable and perfect size! I would fussy cut toy story fabric so each game piece had a character on I for my boys to play and love the polka dots in cheery colors for my little girl! Kerihag at yahoo dot com Thank you

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  40. I have some Heather Ross crafty chloe fabric that would be so cute!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  41. What a darling pattern! I'd love to use some Heather Ross in mine too!

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  42. Oh that is so fun!! My daughter would love playing those games. I have some Japanese linen scraps that would work really well :)

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  43. Looks like fun! We have a road trip coming up and this would be great!

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  44. What a wonderful idea! I would love to fussy cut some cute animals!

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  45. I would fussy cut Little red riding hood" by Tasha Noel for Riley Blake. Thank you!

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  46. A cats print from the fabric.

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  47. I´ll choose animals, cats and dogs!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  48. I think cats and dogs for the different teams would be fun.

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  49. If I won the pattern, I'd use butterflies and flowers for the game pieces. My boys are to big for this game, but my Granddaughter and her younger sister would love this!

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  50. What a gorgeous pattern! I think I would raid my scrap bucket for fabrics with owls!

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  51. Hm, I think I would choose stripes versus polka dots!

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  52. i have some of this same fabric- i love how the mice look when fussy cut

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  53. I think it looks great in the Heather Ross fabrics you used! I might do pigs and mice tho.....

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  54. I would fussy-cut Heather Ross' "Briar Rose" once it comes out! Thank you for the opportunity to win! Love this project! Just in case I come up as a no-reply blogger (I'm a newbie!) here is my email: canuckhippo@gmail.com

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  55. I would try to find coordinating patterns of dots and xs to go with the tic tax toe theme!

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  56. I have some cat and dog fabric that I would use.

    senstrings [at] yahoo.com

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  57. Maybe some robot fabric for my boys! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  58. Oh that's an adorable pattern! I do love it made in Nursery Versery, but I'd probably change it to cats and dogs because I think my kids would like that better :)

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  59. adorable pattern! I would probably use the geekly chic sunglasses. Thanks for the chance.

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  60. Adorable concept and pattern - I think I would fussy cut the new Kaffe Fassett Uzbekistan fabric out this Spring!

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  61. I would probably use owls and penguins since they are my favs right now. My grandkids would love me to make them one of your game boards.

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  62. Well I have some old Michael Miller blue dealing sea life print I could use for one choice, I'd have to think about the other... maybe my green robots?

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  63. Cute pattern. I think I would use different animal fabrics for the pieces. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  64. Musical instruments and license plates. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. thanks for the chance! i would use this lecien fabric I have that is japanese. thanks for the chance!

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  66. I have a few scraps of Heather Ross fabrics, as well. I'd go with that first. And probably some Echino for a different set!

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  67. I will have to go shopping. Since I have grandsons, probably cars and baseballs.

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  68. I would make this for my sons, so one dinosaur print and one robot. Thanks for the chance!

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  69. I have some bug fabric that would look so cute in this.

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  70. I think I'd fussy cut my Heather Ross martian munki munki fabric and make one of these for my god son. I also have some cute Kokka robots that would be cute too.

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  71. I would have to use different colors of the scoters from "Now We're Going Places" Thanks for the chance tis is a great prize

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  72. How cute! Let's see, I would definitely fussy cut an owl print fabric for a fabric game board.

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  73. nice pattern!
    I would fussy cut some of my laurie wisburn Urban Circus for the pieces, the Giraffes and Elephants would look great.

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  74. What about a Hello Kitty versus matryoshkas game¡¡¡¡

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  75. Great pattern. I would use whatever fabrics my grand kids are into at the time.

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  76. I am thinking some Little Apples or Little Red or maybe some Simple Life. So many possibilities.

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  77. I'd use a little bit of stars or spots. Thanks

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  78. I would have to go out and buy more fabric for the fussy-cutting :)
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  79. I have be hoarding three different Tammis Keefe reproduction prints with cats - they would make great game pieces!

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  80. I have some cute giraffe fabric which is begging for a project, this may just be it.
    thanks for the give away.

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  81. I think that my heather ross fabric may actually get cut to make this great game!!!!! thanks for the great giveawawy!

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  82. I have some neon fabric that I would use.

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  83. I love the game! I would just fairy fabric and I know my cousin's little girl LOVES fairies! (Craftatious@yahoo.ca)

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  84. Great pattern!
    I'd use fabrics from an I Spy swap I took part in!

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  85. I love this pattern! My kids would get a ball out of this. I would let them pick fabrics from my stash so it would be something they would all enjoy.


    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  86. Congrats to you and thanks for sharing! I'd likely pick something ocean theme as we are dreaming of the beach around here right now! :)

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  87. I already have a fabric that I can use and I have young grandkids...there are squares with printed shell or sea horse...thank you....martamanole@yahoo.com

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  88. I would just use some fun flannel I have in my stock...just simple jo-ann's flannel.

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  89. I have fabric with small cars on it....I would make one with black and one type of car and one red with another car.

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  90. I love this! I can see myself making this as a go-to toddler gift! My son would want cars and tractors, but I'm sure I can find some other cool prints to play with!

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  91. I'd make it with some images from "The Ghastlies". In honor of Halloween.

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  92. Hmmm... I have some Cocoon fabric with butterflies on it that could work. Or maybe some Salt Water by Tula Pink with the octopi and shells

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  93. I have been collecting chicken fabric for the last few years, I think I could use some small bits and pieces for this project - nice job on the pattern. nanasingsandquilts(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. What an adorable pattern! I have lots of little random bits and pieces of things....maybe I'd do cats vs. dogs? So many choices - this would make such a great gift! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

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  95. I'd have to fussy cut some dinosaurs and robots, because that's what my sons love.

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  96. I would fussy cut several letter O's out of some alphabet fabric for my son, and several A's from the same fabric for my daughter.

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  97. I think I would use my many scraps left from making my granddaughters clothes. There are plenty of cute designs to fussy cut.

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  98. Wow - so cute! I'd use a mix of florals.

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  99. hmmm i'm not sure at all what I would use... possibly one of the retro kid prints I have started collecting

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  100. I have some sakura girls fabric that would be cute.

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  101. I would cut cute animal fabric. hadas_a1@yahoo.com

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  102. So lovely. I would use a retro, colourful print.

    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  103. I would use Disney characters

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  104. what a fun pattern... and I have the perfect fabric... 1001 peeps. how about people vs. buildings? I may have to buy this pattern if I don't win it!

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  105. What a sweet game pattern. I confess that I have not really been looking at fabrics that would lend themselves to this project until now, so I have bopped over to Etsy to see what I could find and there are some cute Fairytale and Viking [Michael Miller] prints out there. I love your pattern and the concept.

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  106. This is adorable. I think I would make this up with Red Riding Hood.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  107. Cute, cute, cute. I'd use something from Sarah Jane, I think--her drawings are so sweet.

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  108. I would like to use cats and birds. Or cats and dogs. I would have to find some cute fabric.

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  109. I have some bug fabrics that could use ... or perhaps you can include some fabric pretties in the giveaway so can make one as cute as yours. My grandnieces would love to learn tic tac toe with a soft game board like this.

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  110. Very cute! I have all sorts of fabrics that would work - I like the idea of animals or maybe trees or flowers?!

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  111. I think I'd use some sock monkey fabric for fussy cutting!

    Fawn

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  112. I have some great fabric with animals and animal prints.

    melsdaisypatch at gmail dot com

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  113. I would use animal prints or kawaii Japanese fabrics. thanks for the chance.

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  114. I don't know what I would use right away, there is so many ideas... but awesome give away.

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  115. Congratulations on a great first pattern! I love it! thank you!

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  116. I love this My mother is just teaching me how to quilt and sew now that my daughter is born. I would use animal and baby fabric so when my daughter gets older she can play and learn!

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  117. i would use some random japanese fabrics-i have mostly cats-or maybe some cute people and animals from Little Apples and Sherpet Pips would but sweet--oh the possibilities! great giveaway-thanks!

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  118. What a clever pattern. I would use a bunch of novelty animal fabric I have left over from an I Spy quilt. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  119. I would love to win this pattern. If I won, I would most likely make hand stamped fabric with Xs and Os.

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  120. i would use some of my dog fabric

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  121. I would use the flower and olka dot fabric for the game!

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  122. I would use something for the outdoors, perhaps butterflies or frogs. It would be a great camping game to take along.

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