Monday, February 11, 2013

Recycled Circles DVD giveaway

my new DVD

Layered and Fused Appliqué Quilts: From Fabric Scraps to Recycled Circles with Jane LaFazio is my newest instructional DVD. I love this technique and have taught it nationally for a number of years. It's so darn flexible, and every single one is a success. Really.It's not difficult, it's great for beginners, and could even be adapted for kids. You just have to follow the directions, and not try to second guess me. Here are some of my Recycled Circles throughout the years:


circles
This was my very first Recycled Circles....done with paper and cloth on paper
blue and orange
cloth and paper on paper ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
pink circles
cloth and paper on paper ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio

Pink & Orange recycled circles
Yummy colors on black ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
Recycled Circles Pillow
fabric on dupioni silk ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
Recycled Circles
This is created with the fabric I designed available through Spoonflower
 ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
circles pillow
from felt ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
Dia de los muertos
Dia de los Muertos theme ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio

Recycled Circles in progress
Most recent, done with Marcia Derse fabrics and featured through out my new DVD
 ~ Recycled Circles by Jane LaFazio
So, let's have a give away! If you'd like to win my DVD, Recycled Circles, leave a comment here, before February 16. I'll announce the winner on that day.

188 comments:

  1. Ooh I love your recycled circles! I'd love to be entered into the giveaway please, the DVD looks really inspiring :)

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  2. Your circles are mezmerizing - so fun to look at; I want to make some!
    Thanks for the give-away-
    Deb R

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  3. I have been fascinated with these circles since the first time I saw them on your blog! I am dying to try them and would love to own the dvd! So, hopefully I will win one but, if not, I will buy one for sure!! Thank you!

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  4. I love all your circles!
    I'd like to join in your giveaway but I'm in the UK - can I still play??

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  5. I love techniques where each time the outcome can be so different. What an exciting way to experiment with so many different fabrics and papers, threads and stitches. Brilliant!

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  6. I love the circles. Would love to win the DVD. Thanks!

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  7. I love your recycled circles. The colors are fabulous. I would love to win your DVD.

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  8. These look like lots of fun to do....would love to win the DVD!!!

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  9. Here's a comment! Oh my GOSH, this looks like so much fun to do! Whether I win the giveaway or not, I TOTALLY want this DVD. I've got so much fabric that would be fun to use! :)

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  10. Your recycled circles are very enjoyable to look at. Is it the circle pattern that seems to draw one in to explore more of the rich colors and design? They are like little works of art bursting with color and fun. And yet I could read so much more into it like how each block unit is different but all four add to the whole design, which could represent each person is a unique individual but all of us make up a whole design in God's eye, without each other the circle would be incomplete... well you get the idea.

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  11. I especially like those with the appliqued circles on top of the main circle. These have always fascinated me!!!

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  12. These are absolutely amazing! I couldn't pick a favorite because they are all my favorites.

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  13. i was googling your recycled circles over the weekend. must be an omen. i am feelin' lucky!! thanks :)

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  14. I love, love, LOVE the recycled circles!! I love the textures. I can look into each one and it becomes a type of mandala !

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  15. I love your blog and all of your recycled circles and artwork! These recycled circles are fabulous and with so many possibilities! I recently purchased a box of antique kimono fabric from Katie Kendrick and can see putting it to use in this way! I am going to keep my fingers crossed and knock on wood too!

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  16. lois Mathews2/11/2013 7:27 AM

    I'd love to learn how you did the sewing on the recycled circles. I have a collection of chinese designed silks that would look lovely with your creative design. If I do not win the DVD, I am going to attempt creating a similar design .

    Thank you

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  17. These are so fun! The possibilities are endless-I'd love to win this DVD. Thanks so much!

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  18. Your recycled circles are faboo! I would love to win your DVD!

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  19. I have admired your recycled circles for years! Would love to own the DVD! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  20. These are wonderful! I would love to have your DVD and learn this technique. :)

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  21. I have admired these for some time - I would love to try one with my felt bits and pieces. Thanks for the opportunity to win this fantastic giveaway.

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  22. I follow all your projects including the ones with the children. The recycled circles are my favourites; so fascinating that with one and the same concept the outcome is so different every time; all the materials one can use: I love it an would love to know more about the "how" part.
    anja

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  23. Love your circles! I have tried making these but would love to have better instructions that I imagine are on the DVD... you have such a way with color! Love it!

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  24. Love those circles. I'm going to have that DVD one way or another.

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  25. I love your recycled circles. I especially love some of the bling I see on the circles! What a fun way to use some of that stuff that we collect!

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  26. I love your recycled circles and would be very glad to win your DVD.

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  27. The 2 on the black backgrounds really makes the colors pop. Can't wait to try these circles.
    Jenny

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  28. I've always been intrigued by your scrappy/recycled circles. It would be great to learn how to make them, by winning the DVD.

    Thanks
    Sheree

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  29. I am lucky to have a creative reuse store in my community that sells fabric, art and office supplies, embellishments, ephemera and all kinds of other cast offs that our local arts and education community use to create with and protect our environment. The store is an earned income fundraiser for our local schools foundation, which helps teachers with classroom supplies. For 2 years I have been a volunteer and regular shopper at the store. Your wonderful tutorials have given me inspiration and skills to incorporate the many one of a kind items I purchase at the store. Your Recycled Circles DVD would give me a new set of skills and ideas to further use all the interesting fabric scraps available there. And my first project would be a wall quilt that has the recycling chasing arrows based on the recycled circles motif that the store can hang on their wall.

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  30. It would be awesome to win this giveaway....Thanks for the opportunity

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  31. I'd be so thrilled to win this DVD. I'd have bought it already but it seems to be out of stock on Interweave. Keeping my fingers crossed! Thanks for your generosity.
    Jan

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  32. Oh what fun! I would love to win the DVD!

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  33. LOVE your work and would love to win the DVD!!

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  34. Your recycled circles are fabulous! I am sure the DVD is entertaining as well. :D

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  35. I love these circles. There are so many wonderful variations and colours. Thank you for this generous giveaway.

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  37. I'm definitely a beginning when it comes to fabric and sewing so your DVD would be AMAZING to have! I really want to try Gelli printing on fabric - I think they would make amazing recycle circle pillows or other fabric items. Please pick me! :)

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  38. Jeanelle McCall2/11/2013 8:57 AM

    Jane, I have to confess - I LOVE WHAT YOU ARE DOING WITH CIRCLES. Each one has it's own deserving personality. Thank you for sharing your ideas on the DVD!!!

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  39. I have always been inspired by the circular form and especially like the layering and dissecting of your beautiful collages

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  41. I have always been inspired by the circular form and especially like the layering and dissecting you do in your collages. Thanks for the inspiration! Oh, and while I am here, thanks for the valentine tutorial you did. Very sweet!

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  42. I have admired your work for awhile, especially your recycled circles! I'd love to take a class from you some time :-)

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  43. I love your recycled circles! xoxo Josh

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  44. I'd love to give these a try. The more you look at each piece the more you notice all the wonderful little details. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. Thanks for the offer. I am in. J adore les cercles!

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  46. Hi Jane, I would love to win this DVD to see more details on how you do these(I have taken the Joggles class where you had a lesson or 2 with this). I love your circles made with the Spoonflower fabric...and I just happen to have some still waiting to be used!!

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  47. Your circles are really inspiring. So much texture and movement, really beautiful. I was looking for your DVD and found this thread, so maybe i'll get lucky and win it!

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  48. Je suis très admirative... J'aime laisser partir mon regard... Votre travail m'entraîne à la rêverie. Bravo ! C'est beau.
    Gros bisous

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  49. I just discovered you and your magical beautiful circles and work an hour or so ago. I LOVE your work and look forward to getting my Etsy circle soon. I would Love your DVD to learn how to make them myself and inspire the kids I teach to make some too. Thank You.

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  50. These are amazing and I'm dying to learn how you make them....fingers and toes crossed!!!

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  51. Ohhh, thanks so much for this great opportunity Jane! I love your recycled circles and definitely need to try out this technique. I love ideas that are fail-proof!

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  52. I'd love to learn the techniques of sewing the above recycled circles. I have collected some chinese designed silks that would work well with your design idea.

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  53. Thanks so much for this great opportunity Jane! I love your recycled circles and definitely want to try this technique.

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  54. The circles are such a happy look! But they could also be very serene and elegant with different fabric choices. I like work that cheers and invites and this does.

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  55. always admired these designs, so full of life and color. Wishing you the best of sales.

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  56. I love your recycled circles and have been wanting to make some pillows for our couch in the family room with this idea. Maybe now is the time!

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  57. Beautiful circles Jane. Love the dynamic colors and details. Thanks for the offer!

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  58. Your circles are great, as is your teaching. I would consider myself one of the luckiest people on the planet if I were to win your recycled circles DVD.

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  59. I really like your recycled circles - thanks for the opportunity to learn something new!

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  60. Ok, I thought I left a comment, maybe I did--love your circles will be playing with this idea collaging leftover bits of paper and then hand stitching them. Thanks for sharing. LOVE your blog and your creative genius.

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  61. I love your recycled circles - thank you for the opportunity to learn something new!

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  62. would love to have the dvd to try your circle technique.

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  63. I would love to have a copy of your recycled cycles.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  64. Oh PLEASE drop my name in the draw hat!!
    I live too far away to take part in one of your classes but so admire your style and work.

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  65. Just love the multitude of results that you achieve with this technique. If I can stop running in circles long enough it is on my list of things to try:) Gaynor

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  66. i love your recycled circles and would love to win your DVD...

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  67. What a different idea. I would love to win your DVD.

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  68. I have already ordered this one, but a friend who is helping me stock a Museum Gift Shop would adore it.I'm keeping my fingers crossed for her.
    These would make great cushions and the bright colours would complement modern decors.Thank you for the chance to win this fab dvd Jane.

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  69. All these are off the rack cool, I should so love to have your book and learn how to make these!!!

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  70. Your Recycled Circles are so gorgeous & seem like a great way to experiment with mixing colors & fabrics. Awesome!

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  71. I would LOVE to be the lucky one and win this DVD - my fingers and toes are crossed! Some years ago I did my very first online course with you Jane, making little art quilts and learning a heap of new techniques. As a traditional quilter this was a major change, and set me on a whole new path of quilting and later embroidery. It would be great to have another of your techniques to try.

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  72. These are so seem like a great way to play with mixing colors & patterns... and they're gorgeous!

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  73. Yes, I love your circles.....especially the adaptation to a pillow. Would love to learn how. Using old stuff for new stuff is my middle name.....xoxxxoo. so nice of you too.

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  74. Love that you share all of your creations with us. Especially love the first and third recycled circles. Would love to win your DVD! Any chance you will be teaching in the Boulder/Denver area this year? Would love to take one of your classes having you there in person!

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  75. I love the photos of your re cycled circles, no hope of attending a class in person, so would love a copy of the dvd.,

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  76. I have been enamored of these creative circles since the very first time I saw them! I would LOVE to learn how to make them, and I would LOVE to win the DVD! Fingers crossed that my name is chosen this time! :-)

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  77. I love your recycled circles and would love to win the dvd. Thanks

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  78. Love these. Would love to win the DVD

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  79. I've been to Create 3 times, and every time I lust after those circles that I see people working on... they all look gorgeous and the students look like they are having such fun! I would probably never buy the dvd myself so I would sure like to win one!

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  80. Love the circles and are so looking forward to seeing you at your class at Art Unraveled this summer!

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  81. I, too, would love to win your DVD. I keep saying I'm going to try it on my own, and just don't do it. Maybe the DVD would make it happen. Either way, it's on my list to do!

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  82. I have your other videos and have learned a lot. I would love to own this one too! Thank you.

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  83. I love your enthusiastic work. Thank you

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  84. I would love to win this. I have always loved your circles and would really enjoy learning your techniques.

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  85. Love the style of the recycled circles and would love to win your new DVD!

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  86. Me, me, me....welllll, it's not all about ME, but I would LOVE to win this video! LOVE!

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  87. Your recycled circles are beautiful!
    Great variety.

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  88. Love the look of that technique. It looks like so much fun ! Thanks for the opportunity !

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  89. A friend sparked my interest in your recycled circles. i would love to surprise her with your DVD!

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  90. Love the circles. Thanks for the opportunity to win your cd.

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  91. Have admired your circles,would love to have some guidance in making them .Btw, I love your blog, Atie

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  92. Greetings from the Rainforest Jane!!! I love to leave a comment, because I admire very much your work. You are such a talented person!!! I would love to win the DVD.....and learn how to do those precious circles!!! I also invite you to visit me and see my work at: Adriana Orozco Couture in FB. Best regards, and once again.....it is allways such a pleasure to read your postings_!!!

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  93. Very creative and colorful ~~~ and I think most people are drawn to circles for a number of reasons, including the fact that we spend so much time boxed in and surrounded by rectangles in various forms.
    Can also visualize these made up into great "denim-friendly" tote bags.

    As a recent college graduate (pushing 60) and current arts instructor, I am very interested in learning how to teach workshops and put together A/V trainings, and have been hoping to be able to take one of your workshops at Random Arts before too long.
    Even on an information overload, too much email day, I look forward to opening your colorful posts. Thank you, Jane!

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  94. I'd love to win the DVD as I'm captivated by your recycled circles. They are all so different.

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  95. I love, love, love your recycled circles. And I'd love to learn how to do them!

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  96. I've been eyeing these circles for awhile now and would love to win a copy of this DVD workshop!

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  97. I am awed by your circles art. I have four stepchildren, from different mothers, (now grown) and I've been wanting to make four circles, then cut and rematch them as gifts, to show them while they're all unique, they're also connected.

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  98. i love your circle art. I have four stepchildren (from two different mothers) and I've been wanting to make four circles and rematch them to show them that while they're all individuals, they are still all connected.

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  99. I love the circles, and would love to win the DVD

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  100. These are all so beautiful! Would love to win!

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  101. I would really like to learn how to make your recycled circles. They are so random in a good way. I tend to do everything symmetrical and even. I think this technique would be what I would need to be less structured and get my creativity on another path. Thanks for sharing your art and all the traveling adventures in your blog.

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  102. From art to yoga (and everything in between) I love what you share through your blog. Add my name to the drawing, please.

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  103. I'll be dancing in circles if I Irwin your DVD! Thanks for the chance. Really enjoy reading your blog. Thanks for sharing so much.

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  104. I love your work !! would love to win this dvd so I could learn to make circles.

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  105. Oh my, how sweet it would be to win your DVD! This poor art teacher is thoroughly perplexed/curious by the textural combination of paper and fabric!

    Have you ever made/explored silk paper? I would love to see how this would fit in this technique.

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

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  106. Love reading your blog...if I can't do a class with you I might be able to follow your technique in the DVD...if I miss out, come to Australia...

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  107. I love your recycled circles and have always wanted to try it. So glad you've done a video of it. Please enter me too. Love everything you do!

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  108. Facinating, have never seen these before, would love to win and make a bunch.

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  109. Would love to try this technique through your DVD. All the designs look so lovely. Thankyou for the giveaway.i hope i win:)..

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  110. I'd like to enter, I'd love to win!

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  111. Please enter me for this great opportunity. Vivianhelena@stir.net

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  112. I Love your circles! I would love a copy of your new DVD. Interested in trying a similar technique in clay. Your work is clearly very inspiring!!!

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  113. You are inspiring me everyday! Especially like the watercolor journaling ideas you share, and also love your house, the trips, and the fabric/paper circles!
    It would be wonderful to win the DVD on the circle building....thanks for the opportunity. I'm crossing my fingers
    Phyllis Jachowski

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  114. I love these! I would love to learn how to make one. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  115. Love your work. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  116. Jane, I took a drawing class with you some years back while I was visiting San Diego on business travel and thoroughly enjoyed the day, and your teaching style. Please enter me in the drawing. You're the best!

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  117. These recycled circles are clever, so many embellishment possibilities and I've been trying to imagine how I would easily sew one without instruction. I think I need your DVD.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  118. I LOVE your circles and would be so interested in learning your technique!

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  119. I love yours circles. I'd like to experiment this technique and well...to win the DVD. Thanks for the the giveaway.
    Carmina
    (from Romania)

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  120. Gorgeous quilts!!! I love Jane La Fazio <3

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  121. I am reading a book by Pema Chodrin - Living Beautifully with Uncertainty and Change. I read this about mandalas ...

    "Each person's life is like a mandala- a vast, limitless circle. We stand in the center of our own circle, and everything we see, hear and think forms the mandala of our life ... Everything that shows up in your mandala is a vehicle for your awakening. From this point of view, awakening is right at your fingertips continually ... it's up to you whether your life is a mandala of neurosis or a mandala of sanity."

    I look at your recycled circles and they remind me of mandalas - they tell a story all of their own using fabric, thread and stitch. I have wanted to make one of your recycled circles for a very long time. I would love to learn how to do this directly from you so I am putting it out there and will see what happens.

    Thank you for this opportunity.

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  122. I love your colorful artwork. And I would love to try to make these gorgeous circles from my colorful fabric stash!!

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  123. I'd love to win. The circles are so rich in color and texture.

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  124. Anytime that I can use up my scrap material and the finished product look beautiful, is a plus for me.

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  125. I love that they are so creative... and yet can have even such a practical use as to be made into a pillow! Even our "common" things should be so beautiful! Thank you for the inspiration you provide...

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  126. I have never tried a instructional quilting DVD and this would be a wonderful technique to try with. Thanks for the drawing, count me in
    Marsha M
    vamoody(one)(at)verizon(dot)net

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  127. These look like fun! Thanks for doing this!

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  128. I love these recycled circles and would love to make them!

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  129. Jane, your recycled circles are definitely "eye-candy." I took your course at CREATE last August, but would love a refresher. Please enter me in the drawing. And...thanks!

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  130. LOVE these . . .our group tried doing this in a mini-workshop. It was so much fun, but I'd like to learn the "real" way!!

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  131. Jane,

    Thank you for your generosity with this give away.

    I would love to learn how to create circles.

    Also, thanks for including where you purchased your fabric.

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  132. Stunning colors. I would love to win this! Kathy Schatt.

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  133. thanks for a chance to win - love the embellishments on your 'recycled circles'!

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  134. Circles, the first thing my grandson learned to draw in his therapy sessions. I would love to make him a circle pillow! Please enter me in the DVD giveaway!

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  135. I would love to learn how to make recycled circles. I am always looking for new and inventive art quilt techniques. Beautiful work.

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  136. I actually tried to sign up for this class once... but it was full!! I would LOVE to win the DVD!!!

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  137. I have a couple of your other DVDs, I would love to win this one and learn how to do your Recycled Circle. Thanks for this opportunity! Pam :)

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  138. I love seeing your recycled circles. The colour, the texture, the stitching (especially the handstitching) fascinates me!

    Thanks for a generous giveaway.

    PS: Hope this doesn't show up twice but my computer had a spack on me and ate the first one I think : )

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  139. Pauline Wallace2/12/2013 9:55 AM

    Dear Jane,

    WOW, what absolutely stunning pictures. The colours are so vibrant and the juxtaposition when cut and restitched is so exciting. I really, really would love to make these. Thankyou so much for sharing your wonderful work with the whole world. Pauline Wallace.

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  140. I enjoy your happy, creative and generous spirit!

    Cami Smith

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  141. I would absolutely love to have Recycled Circles. Thanks for your generosity and a chance to win. I especially love the one on your sofa.

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  142. I have had this on my wishlist since it was released. I have recently started teaching kids to sew and would love the opportunity to use your techniques. Thanks for your generosity!

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  143. Love your generosity of teaching and sharing with all of us, but especially what you do with kids! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity!

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  144. Maybe I'll be lucky?????? Love your circles

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  145. It's amazing how circles are fascinating to all people everywhere. The circle is found from the most ancient pottery to sophisticated architecture and now here with these recycled designs. What a wonderful use of materials.

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  146. HI....I have been waiting for the DVD but to win it would be even nicer....either way I look forward to trying your technique....Lynette

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  147. Your circles are one of my favorite things you do, which is saying something, because you do so many wonderful and creative things!

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  148. My favourite shape i would love to win this and make one of your creations ! so generous of you to offer this !! Thank you so much ! x

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  149. Beautiful circles - I'd love to learn how to make them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  150. How nice that so many people are interested in Recycled Circles. Me, too!

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  151. i have looked and looked at these and wondered how to do them - would adore to have your instructions! pick me!

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  152. I'd love to learn how to this. Thanks for the chance of winning!

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  153. I would absolutely love to have a copy of the Recycled Circles CD. I have been lusting over the pictures you post wanting to know how you do them. I'm also very fond of embellishing with hand stitching. I think is lends so much personality to the piece. Thanks for sharing your fabulous art with all of us. Barb

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  154. I love the effect these colourful circles give, and I'm sure my 12 year old would love to make some too.

    Please pop me in the draw with those millions others!!!

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  155. This is a great project and looks like it could be adapted to other media as well. I would LOVE to win a copy of the DVD. Thanks, Wendy

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  156. These circles are AMAZING!!! I'd like to know how to make them!!! Great job and you are inspiring, as always. Thanks!

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  157. I've made a similar quilt called Bull's Eye designed by Country Threads in Garner, IA
    Jane your designs and art work are very inspiring to me. Pat

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    1. Interesting, patricia. I looked up the bulls eye and ordered the book to see if it is similar..

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    2. Hi, Patricia, mine is done differently that the bullseye. Just fyi.

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  158. Jane, i would LOVE to win your dvd!

    I'd love to be able to attend one of your classes even more... but i can't seem to get to one. Hopefully in the future. =-)

    (I've been following your blog for a year or so, and love your stuff. Plus, i do Yoga. Just haven't really had "the nerve" to do 'Yoga in Public Places'.)

    lupansgirl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  159. I would love to be considered for the DVD give-away!
    My 6th graders would love to make your recycled circles.

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  160. I'd love to see you in action and watch your DVD.
    I NEED to get my circle on!

    Thank you for all of your inspiration.

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  161. Wow I love those circles ...fantastic opportunity to enter the giveaway thank you ...x

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  162. hope I win I love reading your blog

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  163. I would love to learn your process for making those fun circle blocks, Jane!

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  164. This would be such fun to make into pillows...lots of pillows!

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  165. I love these and especially the idea they're recycled! I'd love to do the pillows.

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  166. I truly admire your fused circles, meditative and lovely.

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  167. I have loved these circles when I saw the CPS article. I'd love to win the DVD and make some of my own!

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  168. love the circles....trying to do one now

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  169. Happy Valentine's Day. Thanks for the gift of your blog. I enjoy it very much

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  170. I have been looking at your circles for awhile. I love polka dots, circles and colors. Piles of cool fabric keeps sneaking into my studio and suddenly I got this great idea of how I could use your book for part of a bigger project I am working on and getting ready for a show. Not quite circles! I would love your book, but even if I don't win it, I think I have just jump started yet another aspect on The Egg Project!

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  171. Wow! I would so love to win your book Jane! They look like a heap of fun!

    Hugz

    Sally

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  172. Ohmigoodness, I love this so much!!! I am dying to try to make these circles!!!! <3

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  173. Wowza I would love to be included in the drawing. I think the circles are awesome. I am not a quilter but want to do wall hangings, your DVD would show this beginner where to start!
    Fingers crossed!
    Hugs, Bev

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  174. Who wouldn't love to win a copy of this DVD? The results are awesome every time!

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  175. JaneVille is a delightful place to visit. Thank you for your inspriation and the chance to win the dvd.
    Sheryll

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  176. Shirley Hedman2/14/2013 7:52 AM

    Oh, yes, I would love to have your DVD. I took your clas in Chicago and that piece is hanging on our wall -- I tell people it's the most expensive piece of art I own, with the framing and the airfare! I would love to make more, but I need your guiding hand! Shirley H.

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    1. Ha! I know what you mean Shirley!! But of course, the skills you learned in the class are *priceless* :-)

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  177. I have enjoyed seeing how you always make circles fun, no matter whether they are stitch, felting, drawing, or fabric. Thanks for all the inspiration. And what fun it would be to win your new DVD!

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  178. Those circles are intriguing. Thanks for the chance!

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  179. Thanks for this giveaway. I would love to win a copy!

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  180. I never win anything - but I always try!!

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  181. These are too cool! I'd love to learn how to make these, and use up that copious amount of fabric and paper I've collected over the last few years. Thanks for the chance to win it!

    Shine on!
    Kelley

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  182. We love these circle squares! My daughter and I want to learn to make them. Thank you for teaching and sharing!

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  183. Jane, hope I'm not too late! I really love these and would love to win the video.

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  184. oops..a day later! just wanted to say...everytime l see your 'circles' l want to shout WOW!

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