Thursday, November 20, 2008

Have Your Elf A Merry Little Christmas GiveawayWinner Chosen

Now before you start hatin' on me for using a Christmas carol title
.....just know that we are only here to serve.
How will giving you the opportunity to win 1 yard of Christmas Flannel help you on Dec. 20th?? It won't. You need it on Nov. 20th in time for those matching
family p.j pants and pillowcases.


Kiddie Christmas Flannels from Chloe's Closet of Moda is as soft and cozy as all of the Moda flannels. If you like a vintage flair then this one will take you right back to 1952,
the year I wasn't born. CUTE!!! We've also got some other Christmas flannels on sale right now
....Trees, Dots, Stripes and Winter Wonderland!
For our lovely, festive readers today we also are offering 20% off of yardage of Kiddie Flannels, including Layer Cakes and Jelly Rolls, of the same line. (does not include charms) To receive the discount contact Corrie directly, not through the store.
Sale runs through Friday, Nov. 21st.
And if you're not in the shopping mood but want to try your luck at winning 1 yard of Christmas Flannel today.....Just leave a comment using the word elf in a sentance. :)
Random Drawing later tonight.
International Entries that win will have the choice of a pattern. Up to a $9 value.

51 comments:

  1. Dobby, the house elf in the world of Harry Potter, could use a dose of Ritalin. I have nothing against him personally, but that head-banging business needs to stop. :p

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  2. "Elf" is one of my favourite Christmas movies(Will Ferrell is brilliant as the Elf. :) I feel like being in the Christmas Spirit already :)

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  3. I believe that my house is inhabited by at least one elf. HOw else can I explain the missing socks. Oh wait, that might be gremlins. :)

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  4. Okay, my elf loves those flannels...I'm going shopping now.

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  5. Do you know the elf on the shelf is watching you? His name is snitch, though I am sure he has nothing to snitch on you to Santa about. Those fabrics are just adorable...any elf would love a pair of warm pj's made from them.

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  6. Little elves and I are crossing our fingers hoping I win those nice and cozy flannels.

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  7. My little elf would love to add some Christmas flannel to the I-spy rag quilt that I'm making her for Christmas!!

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  8. I would love to make my baby elf something warm and cuddly for Christmas with this fabric!

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  9. I need a Christmas elf to help me finish some projects!

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  10. sheliafisher@verizon.netNovember 20, 2008 at 7:12 AM

    Maybe i should get my elves organizing my fabric...so there is plenty of room for the new flannel? :)

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  11. The Moda flannels are "elf"in cute. Sorry, I could not resist!! I love these flannels!!

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  12. Oh, the fabric needs to come to ME, My'Elf and I.....

    I love the Moda Vintage Flannel cause I WAS born in '52...

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  13. I wonder what elf will make my Christmas presents this year. Hope it is something quilty. Linda Gerig

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  14. I wonder what elf will make my Christmas presents this year. Hope it is something quilty. Linda Gerig

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  15. My daughter was home two days ago and we watched the movie "elf", I know, I keep laughing at the same parts, even before they happen because I know they are coming!! Thank you for this great giveaway.

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  16. I have a furry elf under my bed! Where else could all those dust bunnies come from?!LOL I need that flannel to make a great Christmas present! :)

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  17. On of my fav things about hubby is his elf ears...though, I kinda hope that our future kids don't get them!

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  18. I hate to be s'elf-ish during the season of giving, but I WANT that fabric!! I'll use it to make a gift for someone else. promise. well, probably.

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  19. Your Christmas flannels are the absolute cutest!!! Since I'm the head elf here, I'm going to NEED some of that flannel!

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  20. How did I not know that there were jelly rolls of flannel! Oh my goodness. Must have been a little elf keeping it from me.

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  21. Every year, the elf in me scurries around finding cute PJ's for my girls. These flannels would make darling pajama bottoms.

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  22. Oh how I would love this festive fabric, along with an elf to clean my house!!

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  23. I can't elf myself... that sounds bad.. sorry!

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  24. YoursELF is just sooo nice to do this :-)

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  25. We make Pillowcases for the Missouri Baptist Childrens Home. I am sure the Elves would like to have some warm ones.

    Janie

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  26. I want this flannel for mysELF!!!

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  27. I too just watched ELF the other day. While I was working on a project. I think it is sooo funny and it reminded me that YES! Christmas is very near.

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  28. I have two of the cutest vintage Christmas elfs that I love to put out each year at Christmas. When I get them out this year I will take pictures of them and post them on my blog.
    Have a Blessed Day,
    Diane

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  29. I would love to make some Christmas pajamas for my littlest elf! Thanks for the chance!

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  30. My youngest son, in my opinion, would make a really good elf. I've thought of dressing up next Halloween as Santa and Mrs. Claus and our children as little elves. LOVE the fabric.
    spondah(at)aol(dot)com

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  31. son of a nutcracker...it's a giveaway!!!

    okay here's my sentence:
    "if yall don't start acting like good little boys and girls i'm gonna take yall to see the disgruntled house-elf at the leaky cauldron instead of santa this year!"

    haha. do you think this would work on a seven year old??? gonna try it when he gets home from school. haha.

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  32. I wish I had an elf in my house. Maybe doing my housework while I sleep?

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  33. I need to get my scissors off the "elf" and get to my Christmas projects!

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  34. Pajama pants....perfect for this head elf to make for daughter elf for Christmas! Count me in...

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  35. I would elf really like to elf win this elf contest!

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  36. An elf would look precious in those flannel jammies!

    kathi

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  37. I plan to make pajamas for each and every one of my little elf friends out of that yard of flannel.

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  38. My eight little elves would love to have a Christmas gift made of this soft flannel to curl up and cuddle on!!!

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  39. I have a little elf who would love some Christmas jammies made from this pretty flannel! And possibly a pillowcase too! Cute stuff!

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  40. I could sure use that flannel to turn my little munchkin into a cute little pajama elf!

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  41. Have you seen the Christmas elf on "Chasing Cheerios" blog? He's so cute.

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  42. I'VE ALWAYS LOVED CHRISTMAS pj'S. fLANNEL WOULD MAKE THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS pj. tHANKS FOR THE THOUHT!

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  43. I need about a half dozen elves to help me get ready for Christmas. Actually, if they could just keep my kids busy I would be more than thrilled. :) Very cute flannel. Oh, I really do need those elves. I forgot about the pj pants....

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  44. OOOHHHH....I need a house elf to clean while I sew....that would be an awesome giveaway!

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  45. I really hope an elf tells Santa that I really want a Hawaiian Vacation!

    Leslie Keithley

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  46. The little girl sitting in the booth next to us tonight at dinner was as cute as an elf; she had a red sweater, red and green plaid dress, white tights and sparkly red shoes!!
    How cute!

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  47. There once was an elf from up north, who helped our dear Santa come forth,
    he made lots of toys
    for good girls and boys,
    and next year he will make more!!

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  48. I would love to add a yard of that gorgeous flannel to my fabric collection shELF!

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  49. "Buddy the Elf, What's your favorite color?" My favorite line from Elf, the movie. And as for your title...I know all the words to that song and have been known to sing it at the top of my lungs whenever I feel like it. Judy Garland would be proud. This is my first chance since Disneyland to write a comment. I did want to know why you took the time to make my hair look so gray in the photo? Hope to win, I love flannel and can make a pillowcase with the piece.
    Deborah

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  50. I am in need of some elves for many Christmas tasks this year..also in need of some Christmas flannel for two little elves to complete their quilts!! :D

    Thank you !!

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