Thursday, February 26, 2009

Mooooo, I mean Muuuu Giveaway~

Update: Michelle B wins!!
You guys are scaring me with all your hoarded goods.
I hope you don't have a fire! :)
It was so fun to read all the comments.
Thanks! See you next week!


This week's Taffy Talk Thursday Giveaway is


4 Fat Quarters from the super cute


Minny Muu line from Lecien --Japanese prints.





I know it's been around for awhile.
That's because I have a hoarding problem.




We have fat quarter sets, if you need additional yardage, just ask.


Leave a comment about something you hoard.
hoard (hôrd, hōrd)
noun- A hidden fund or supply stored for future use; a cache.

Random Drawing later tonight.


Good Luck!


Make sure we can find you.
I hate it when we have to draw again
because we have no way of contacting you. :(
This little Minny is in my etsy store.


Minny Muuuuuuu, I just like saying it.

128 comments:

  1. I can't think of one thing I hoard. ??? ooxx`jodi

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  2. Hoard, brilliant word! Well... You could say that I have been hoarding baby stuff for years and years, and now it seems that they will finally come to use (cross my fingers)!

    And I just LOVE those fabrics - they areway too cute. I have jsut recently discovered japanese fabrics, and I adore them!!

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  3. I love Lecien! But own none of it! =D I hope I will be the lucky person who gets to *hoard* the fabric!
    I hoard ribbons! And lots of them indeed! =D
    Thanks =)

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  4. I don't really hoard anything except fabric and crafty stuff, Everything else I dont really get attatched to ha ha go figure. I to just recently discovered japanese fabrics so I would love those.
    Thank you for the giveaway. There is also one on my page that ends sunday . you are welcome to stop by.

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  5. How Cute are these!!! I'm a newbie to quilting so this is such a great way of finding new things! I'm a hoarder of empty boxes and old tins. They are everywhere!!! Shocking!!! Kelli xxx

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  6. I'm a hoarder of loads of things. I have more shoes than I know what to do with. Loads and loads of wool that will come in handy one day. Plus piles and piles of material that is soon going to be put to good use so I definitley need some more. Please add me to your giveaway, thanks

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  7. I hoard beads. Which is incredibly weird since I can't do beading .. Every time I see pretty beads I'll buy them!! Well, at least they are all organized into little containers

    Count me in for the giveaway! I love Japanese fabric! But then again, who doesn't?

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  8. OK, let's see....what do I hoard? Scrapbooking stuff for sure - mostly paper!! I also have fabric, but not tons of it.

    My e-mail address is carol_busse at yahoo dot com. I spelled it out instead.

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  9. The quilt is precious. I really need to get one of your kits and try making one. I haven't seen this line before and I think it is adorable.

    Hoard...not me...I "collect"! I "collect" a lot of craft stuff. I'm always looking to add to my "collection".
    Thanks!
    Jess

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  10. Strange word:)
    I hoard new stuff for my future house, even if I have no idea when we'll get one.

    stitchsavesnine (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  11. very cute fabric. I hoard tins, I actually look for them in shops. I like to store "stuff" in them. Stuff being other things I hoard. At the moment I'm also trying to hoard gold coins too for the next quilt show.

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  12. HOARD! I am a male quilter and hoard fabrics and NEEDLEs and love Lecien fabrics.My wife isn't a quilter and cannot understand my hoarding. But I say it is always dud to have someting in the house when the beter times are over.
    marc

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  13. Such cute fabric. Too bad I didn't see this before I ordered all those charms from you. Guess I know what will be in my next order!

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  14. Like so many of us, I hoard fabric. Especially the really pretty stuff. It just seems so hard to cut into it. But when you finally do, it's so satisfying to make something really great out of it.

    Count me in on your giveaway. They look like such fun fabrics!

    Ltenhage@gmail.com

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  15. Oops, hit post before I answered your question. I hoard yarn and fabric. I need a 24 step program!

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  16. I hoard baby print flannels for all the baby quilts I'm going to make..... someday.

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  17. I would say that I tend to hoard horse stuff.. anything really. Oh, and fabric specifically intended for baby quilts and accessories.

    ** Today I will become and Auntie..(cross your fingers!) of TWINS!!!!
    So, I have every right to hoard it all now!!!

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  18. I hoard cards....birthday cards, v-day cards you name it. I just feel bad if I throw them away. valerieann118@att.net

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  19. I am really bad about hording small kitchen appliances. I always feel bad for even thinking about giving something away.

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  20. Wonderful giveaway. Right now I'm hoarding selvages -- my friends keep giving them to me! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. I hoard fabric and all kinds of trims and laces. I think I need to start trying to sell some of my laces and trims on ebay. I just have way too much!
    Have a Blessed Day,
    Diane

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  22. I hoard yarn...I do knit and use some of it, but I would really rather collect it!

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  23. Oh, I totally hoard fabric too! I had to get rid of most of mine in preparation for a move a couple years ago, but once we settled into the new place, I was right back at it! This year I'm vowing to use up more than I bring home. Wish me luck! :-)

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  24. These are really cute!!
    I hoard fabric and quilting books. lol One would think the two together would produce some lovely projects. lol

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  25. let's see...
    i hoard all the potatoes at dinner.
    i can't help it.
    i'm irish.
    i love potatoes.
    is that a crime???

    haha.

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  26. i hoard anything crafty.
    scrapbooking things, soaping supplies, sewing supplies, etc.
    knitting is next......lol
    ~*B*~

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  27. I hoard blankets...I love blankets, especially quilts! I have stacks of them in my closet and refuse to part with any of them!

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  28. something I hoard is patterns, I buy so many and rarely make them as I find a pattern in a magazine or someplace instead make that and forget about the one I bought and the cycle goes on and on.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  29. I really only hoard the useful stuff..fabric, craft supplies...anything that "might come in handy someday" or "could make something really cute!" Its a problem, I know! :)

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  30. Oh I hoard my Candy, you need to ask first, I am willing to share if only you ask! Beautitul, fun, Fabrics! Thank you for the chance.

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  31. My name is Linda... and I hoard fabric... LOL ADmitting it is half the battle right ;) LOL
    Great giveaway! The quilt is too darn cute!
    Linda

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  32. I hoard gift wrapping odds and ends. Bags, tissue, tags, boxes, ribbon, cards, etc. I hate buying these things, and when I recieve gifts that are wrapped cutely, I love to save it and pass it on. But sometimes they just sit in my box and never get used. Maybe I need to give more gifts?! Thanks for the giveaway.
    spackattak7(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  33. I was hoarding some Denyse Schmidts Katies Jump Rope, but I decided to use them last week. Now I need another cute set to hoard....

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  34. I'm trying not to hoard...it's definitely a genetic disorder, so I try to remind myself how awful it's going to be clear out my grandparents farm when the time comes!
    ~Michelle (michellefox@gmail.com)

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  35. Never thought of it has hoarding, but I have built up quite a stash of fabrics and quilting books/magazines. My rational at the time of purchases was for my retirement years. Well...those years are here now, so guess I better start creating more :)

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  36. I hoard fabrics I can't re-buy! I'm getting much better about not hording other fabrics.

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  37. When I hear the word hoard, I refer to my stashes and stashes of fabrics in my sewing closet. Some are just to cute to cut. Just fun to look at. oohsaahsw@aol.com

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  38. Gosh, great timing...I hoard fabric and crafty stuff. I have a tub of batiks I'm hoarding and decided last week to give half of them to a friend who is actually working on a batik quilt. Yay for her...and I am in mourning(sp).

    I have no Japanese fabrics so that would not be adding to my hoarding.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  39. I hope you didn't want me to answer with just one thing. Let's see, fabric, fabric, fabric, notions, buttons, patterns, sewing books,ribbon and trims and more fabric. I'm so bad that I'll sometimes buy a piece of fabric and love it so much that I'll have to buy another peice just like it so I can use one and keep one for later. I do the same thing, but on a smaller level, with note cards and stationary. True story. Ask my poor husband. Yes, it's a sickness. Just add it to the list.

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  40. sheep fabric, wish i could hoard more fabric, as my stash is nada.
    luv2knit@roadrunner.com

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  41. I used to have a problem hoarding purses, but then I found there was less money to put in the purses!

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  42. I guess I hoard fabric. You just never know when the perfect will come up for the perfect piece of fabric!

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  43. glass jars and vintage sheets - that'll do to start!

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  44. oh, i love any japanese fabric as you know!! :) and the minny muu is just too cute!!

    i would have to say that fabric is my newest thing to hoard!! and it is so much fun! :)

    gymbocrazymama at hotmail dot com

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  45. Hoard huh? Well, I have two things that I hoard. I hoard fabrics with stars on it and embroidery floss. I can't just pass up any fabrics with stars.

    Jeania

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  46. I love the word hoard! I hoard chocolate & fabrics. Fabric is more like an addiction though!

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  47. Well I hoard fabric! But I also hoard vintage clothing patterns. I doubt I will make many things from them but I cant let them go they are just so pretty!

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  48. I hoard everything even vaguely craft-related - there are bits of ribbon, stretchy cord that I pulled out of defunct bags, worn-out clothing that might have a few inches that could be salvaged, beads upon beads, fabric of course, and loads of yarn (and I don't knit or crochet - yet!).

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  49. Beautiful fabric...of course I hoard fabric...but also old jeans that I plan to cut into squares to make quilts. They just never seem to make it into quilts. It drives my husband crazy!

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  50. I hoard weight! BLAH!

    k2hanson@msn.com
    kristine hanson

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  51. i can's say I really hoard. When I see a fabric I love I buy some. Then keep it until I find that perfect project for that project:)

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  52. Well, fabric of course! I'm sure I have more than can I ever use, but some of it I still hate cutting into.

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  53. This is the first time I have visited your blog, and I have to tell you that I LOVE your header. It makes me want to add you to my blogroll right now! Well, I hoard fabric as well, but besides that I also hoard chocolate! I hide it from my kids so I won't have to share.
    millkara [at] gmail.com

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  54. I have a feeling I am not alone here, but I hoard quilting/applique books, fabric(!) and patterns. Just in case all the quilt shops close, I'll have mine.

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  55. Okay, I know everyone says they hoard fabric, but I have fabric from my sister's mother-in-law's mother. And my sister is 55. So that's probably fabric that's been hoarded for hmmm--75 years?? Or more? What cute Japanese fabric! I love it!

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  56. I hoard socks with no mates. Those mates have to be around here somewhere, right?

    Also fabric of course, and clothes that don't fit. I could probably make something out of them, right?

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  57. I hoard crafty things. I like crafts and anything related to crafts gets set aside because some day when I actually get the time...I AM GOING TO USE IT! (We'll see!)

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  58. I know it's crazy, but I love children's books and have a difficult time passing them up. Super cute quilt and that fabric is darling! Have a good day!

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  59. I hoard yarn, and I hoard pretty paper.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  60. I have a hidden stash of chocolate--which someone might consider hording--especially my husband.

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  61. I totally hoard yarns for my knitting and fabrics... for everything! I love these fabrics!!

    Cynthia
    cabaute [at] gmail [dot] com

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  62. Of course, I hoard fabric and shoes and books and and and

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  63. CUTE Fabric. I like the quilt done up with it too cuz I never know what to do with those miniatures.
    Silly question - of course it is FABRIC! Years and years worth of fabric. More recently I have added scrapbooking supplies but my first love has always been fabric.

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  64. Yummy fabrics!!!
    Until a couple of months ago, I hoarded stuff I found in books from its previous readers, because I work in a public library, and people leave the weirdest things in books. I've found pressed flowers, bookmarks, all sorts of tickets (especially in travel guides). The most disgusting thing?? A cigarrette butt!!!! (I did not keep that one, though...).

    Thanks for the giveaway! Of course, all 20 fingers crossed :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  65. Oh I'm like so many of the commenters and seem to have hoards of hoards. Last weekend I was so caught up in "re-organizing" my buttons, which, of course, meant purchasing new containers for them and sorting them by colour, etc., that I didn't even think about the sheer volume of them. Then my sister came in and saw them taking up my entire coffee table - her jaw really did drop.
    Karen

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  66. Can't never get enough of our muuu. I LOVE this pattern!! What a perfect way to stretch out little bits.

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  67. Oh man...what don't I hoard! Fabric, craft stuff, Harry Potter things, Twilight things, yarn, sweaters, soaps, lotions... yeah, my house is a mess!

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  68. so cute!! i hoard fabric, of course; it's so hard to cut into your favorite pieces, isn't it?

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  69. I hoard fabric remnants- Why? I have no idea, but I can often find uses for them in little projects, and I can get them soooo cheap! I have WAY TOO MANY!
    ~Shawna

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  70. Oh my, so cute! I am a huge fabric hoarder (and look at me, signing up to hope to win more that I can hoard!). I definitely hoard out of print fabrics, but also old vintage cotton rick rack... I should learn to start using this stuff - otherwise I'll need a bigger craft room!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. I've not had the opportunity to see any of the Japanese fabrics in person, but they certainly look cute online!
    What do I hoard? Probably magazines. OK, not probably, I do hoard magazines. I'm trying to do better and just clip out the articles I want to save. I'm not sure this is going to work for me, because the last magazine I went through, when I was finished, all that was left in the to-be-thrown-away stack was the front and back covers and a few pages of ads. So basically, I still had most of the magazine with all the pages torn apart.

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  72. I'll be honest...it's library books. I will check out stuff on my card, my child's, and my husbands. I wish I had more money for fabric, then perhaps I would hoard fabric!!

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  73. I only hoard fabric, fabric, fabric, and more fabric.

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  74. Hoarding, pfftt, what's that? Seriously though, I do have a habit of hoarding fabric, although it is not that bad since my mom still buys my fabric (I'm 16) and doesn't like to make impulse buys. I'm the teen leader for a 4-H sewing group, and we recently did a day on pincushions. It was kind of last minute, and the adult leader was sick, so it was up to me. I brought my stash for them to pick from, and that was PAINFUL! There were about 15 girls picking through my beautiful stash. That was hard! It was good for me though.

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  75. I hoard quilt kits; namely, baby quilt kits. The fabrics are just SEW soft & SEW cute that I just "have-to-have-them". When my new kits arrive, I immediately cut all the fabrics and store them with the pattern...that way they are ready and all I have to do is sit down and quilt away. The hard part is picking out which quilt I want to make...I have over 200 kits to choose from! Luckily, Spring is just right around the corner and with all the new babies blooming everywhere, I'm sure my kit stash will need refilling soon. Hmmm...I'd better get a head start now...yep, time to go quilt kit shopping - again! (No, I am NOT ready for any 12-step help program - YET!). Too funny :-)

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  76. I hoard any crafting supplies. Fabric, yarn, glue, popsicle sticks, paper, beads - and patterns for everything.

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  77. I'm a long-time book hoarder (although is it hoarding if you use them?), a scrapbook supply hoarder (more hoarding than using) and recently started on fabric. I have lots of great projects in mind but no time. Cute fabrics! Thanks for the contest!

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  78. I seem to hoard books, but am working on being more discerning. Now if I could only get my husband to stop bringing them home.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. Sometimes I hoard things I make, like quilts, wristlets, tablerunners because I don't want to give them a new home where they may or may not be taken care of.

    Diane
    lvbabyboomer@yahoo.com

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  80. I hoard way too much...you name it and i probably have it...somewhere...ha ha I moved and still can't find all my stuff....mmm wheres that great paper I was stashing...ok I admit it i am a HOARDAHOLIC!!!!

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  81. I hoard all my bills, After I go online and pay them I throw them in a pile in the closet and then wait for the pile to runneth over then I put into a box adn start it all over again

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  82. I hoard fat quarters!I hate to cut into them unless I can use the whole piece.They look so nice stacked around my sewing room.

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  83. I hoard fabric and ribbon. I would love to add some Japanese fabric to my stash. I don't have any yet.

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  84. i hoard polymer clay and ribbon.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    =) melanie
    http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
    melanieadey at hotmail dot com

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  85. I hord yarn and fabric...tons of it.It's in boxes, in closets, in baskets, under my end table...all over. And I keep buying more...lol

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  86. I hoard little baskets that come with the biological apples I buy at the supermarket. Not sure how I'll use them but can't throw them away...
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  87. My most favorite thing to hoard has got to be fabric. I mean, I hoard craft things too--like cardboard, paper, ribbons, anything that can be recycled. But I LOVE hoarding fabric! I tried to think of other things, but this is the only thing. :)

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  88. Fabric, of course! Also vintgae tablecloths, dresser scarves, and embroidery patterns.

    Just found your blog and am so glad I did!

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  89. I hoard medium blue ink Bic pens, mechanical pencils, graph paper, crochet hooks, scissors (specifically my sewing and haircutting ones), cutting combs, yarn, felt, and fabric.

    I am aware of my problem (that is the first step in recovery right?)and currently taking steps to get over it.

    Thanks a ton for the giveaway. This was a fun question to think about and read about!

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  90. I hoard funky trims. I have miles of it that I won't use because if I did it'd be gone!

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  91. Hoard? I think I just learned a new word today! What do i hoard? I think it's more like what do I not hoard! hehe.

    I think the fav. thing I hoard right now are buttons!

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  92. ha! Please! What don't I hoard?! Fabric, paper, beads, yarn...I too am working on that! Good luck to you!

    And thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

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  93. hoard? books. and fabric. but i'm working on that one...

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  94. has anyone said fabric yet :)
    I also have wayyyyy too many children's books - and I don't even have any kids yet!

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  95. What don't I hoard? Buttons, fabric, small things, old baby food jars (which are used to hoard things), pretty plates and bowls, scrapbooking supplies, paints, watercolors, beading supplies, shoes, and maybe a couple bags of slik flowers under my bed.

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  96. Oh my gosh I'm a hoarder. I hoard old magazines, vintage comic books, romance comics, archies, catalogs. I always say that I'm going to use ALL of them in my mixed media collages, but they're just in piles right now. My archies are my prized possessions, I could never cut them up :).

    I'm trying to start a good fabrc stash, so this would be great!

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  97. I love these fabrics, I would hoard these, that's for sure. I hoard fabrics I really, really love and want to keep seeing over and over.

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  98. i totally hoard magazines. It started with Rolling Stone. Currently it's Real Simple. I'm convinced I need these back issues. I eventually get sick of moving heavy boxes from new home to new home and ditch some of them (that's how Rolling Stone disappeared) but those Real Simples. I could make a castle from them or something.

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  99. are you kidding???
    I was raised by a mother raised by a mother during the depression. We're born hoarders :)
    and I like some things I hoard better than other things I hoard.... like japanese fabrics lol

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  100. Cute fabric. I hoard fabric in a big way.

    Janie

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  101. I hoard fabric, and craft supplies, and...oh, let's just leave it at that. :)

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  102. Oh no! I realized that when I left my post, I didn't leave a way for you to contact me.

    tlnovak@mlnovak.com

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  103. FABRIC, fabric and more fabric!!! I also hoard chocolate so that my husband and daughter do not get to it fist.

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  104. Love the fabrics, I'm trying to BUILD my stash. I would have to admit that I hoard Old clothes that I've outgrown. I'm not talking baby clothes here, I'm talking adult clothes. I keep hoping that somehow, someway I will finally be able to fit into my size 6 jeans again. I can't bring myself to part with them... if only I didn't love snickers bars and pizza rolls... : )Thanks for the opportunity.
    hriley1@alltel.net

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  105. I hoard chocolate amnd other candy in my sewing room. It's well hidden where I only know so I can enjoy it while I sew.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  106. I guess I hoard too many clothes for my girls. Their closet is a little overflowing.

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  107. Hoard???hummmm...fabric and chocolate!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  108. Fabric, ribbons, paper...crafty goodness of course. Thanks!
    spondah(at)aol(dot)com

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  109. I hoard any and every possible craft supply, including glass jars (think spaghetti sauce) and magazines (to shred or packing materials.

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  110. I hoard paper. I love buying cards or stacks of paper I think are beautiful, and then they sit in my cabinet and gather dust! And when I actually have an occasion to use some, I go buy more!

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  111. Whoops! Here's my email address: mohoha@hotmail.com

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  112. I hoard craft magazines especially quilting and knitting ones

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  113. I love hoarding books!! :P
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  114. I have been hoarding vintage feedsacks and modern 5" charm packs.
    I just love them-not sure why. I also find it hard to use them! So I hoard!

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  115. What lovely prints. I'm still learning about the different types of fabrics.
    I hoard my scrapbooking supplies. I am always too afraid to use them.

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  116. I hoard notebooks & pens that catch my eye just to know I have some pretty things. I am also starting to hoard fabric although I'm trying to keep it in control

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  117. My current hoarding (can you use the word that way?)experience involves collecting chocolate molds. I've got the chocolate and all tempering instructions and ganache recipies and I just have a stash of molds and chocolate ideas.... and haven't yet done anything! well... hope i'll get to it one day soon :-)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  118. Not counting my fabric and craft collection, I have books and magazines I just can't seem to part with.

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  119. AlyssaMoser@gmail.comFebruary 26, 2009 at 6:28 PM

    I hoard craft stuff. Not one particular, but many categories of craft stuff. Fabric, beads, etc.

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  120. Oh I hoard fabric for sure... Reading through some of these comments I realize that I hoard wrapping paper and ribbon too! Whoa, I feel like I just confessed something. Haha

    Thanks for the giveaway! I love Lecien fabric.

    Tara
    skidish10 at gmail dot com

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  121. I hoard fabric and vintage aprons!!! They just make me feel so warm inside. They remind me of my great grandmother

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  122. Ooh, I hoard fabric. I'm always waiting for the "perfect project" for it :D

    BTW, I love that little Alice-looking doll in the picture. Where did you get her?! :D

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  123. I hoard vintage lace and trims. I use them on my "fancibags" but it is always hard to part with them once they are sold.

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  124. I hoard ribbon. I have so many different sizes and colors. I can't resist buying them even if I don't have a project in mind for it...I will use it eventually!

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  125. I hoard patterned paper and coloured pencils :)

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