Monday, December 13, 2010

Charm Pack Medley Giveaway Over!

Congrats to....#92 Jolynn!!
I'm thinking Jolynn has won before...
I've seen that blog with the Hawaii pictures.
Yep, she won fat quarters last spring.
I think her daughter has won too.
You guys are awfully lucky.
If you win/won any other giveaways, I want to know -- I need you to pick a horse or numbers or something...jk.
Congrats again ! !

Just in time to stuff your stocking...
we have some new charm packs:
Hoopla,
Chrysalis,
Fresh Flowers
and Dilly Dally.

Super colors & prints!

All available on etsy or eBay.
Some other recent arrivals include Le Petite Ecole &


Usually we have a giveaway every Thursday,
but for this week,
we're joining in on
Giveaway Day.

A charm pack medley of Hoopla, Chrysalis and City Weekend
could be yours by entering a comment on this post about -
a gift you made/are making or will make for next year :-).
Drawing will run Monday through Friday the 17th. We will ship internationally. Winner will be chosen by random drawing on Saturday morning.
If you're new to our blog,
take a look around...
Welcome & Happy Holidays!
If you're a regular reader, you rock!
Good luck!

665 comments:

  1. Hi there, I received a fabric bon bon and have made two for friends filled with yummy lindt chocolates in kate spain christmas fabrics so cute. Happy Christmas.

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  2. I'll be starting a quilt early next year for my brother & Sis- inlaw for Christmas. Thanks for the chance.

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  3. Wonderful! I have made a quilt for my daughter's little baby girl, adopted from Ethiopia, and plan on another quilt for another grandbaby, due in February! A joyous Christmas to you.

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  4. I've made lots of gifts, but I think mostly I have enjoyed participating in the 100 Quilts for Christmas project and gifting quilts to charity for the season. THose spring charms would make for a wonderful quilt for a cutie pie in the children's cancer ward.

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  5. Oh, I hope I win. I am making penguin pot holders, which I'll blog about next week :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!!!! Happy Holidays!

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  6. what a great giveaway! I've been busy making a few quilts for Christmas, including a Nicey Jane quilt for my Mom, a poinsettia table runner for my Stepmom & a jelly roll quilt for my in-laws :)

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  7. Pop... POP... that into the mail to ME!! :o)
    I made a charm pack bunting for a baby doll... so cute!

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  8. I know I recently won something, but I am hoping I am allowed to win another something! I am working on making a twin-sized quilt for my teenaged daughter. I don't have a pattern, I just started throwing things together. I used her fave colors of blue and orange, mostly, which I thought for sure would turn out ugly, but actually isn't half bad! :) I am trying to teach my daughter how to decorate kitchen towels so that she can give cute towels to her step-mom for Christmas this year, and another daughter how to make pot-holders, for the same reason. I'm also trying to embroider a snowman picture, which I will surround with a bit of quilting, to make a mini wallhanging for my mom for Christmas. So, I'm busy busy busy!

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  9. Morning, this is my first year of quilting, so my first Christmas and I have so many things I want to do...just not enough time. I have managed to make a table runner for a gift and that is winging its way over to the UK as we speak. Would love to win this, I need all the fabric I can get to build that stash. Lol. Linda

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  10. I love those charm packs. Thanks for yet another great giveaway. I am making about six quilts at the moment - one for my sons teacher, one for a premmie baby, his sister and another friends baby. The last two are for a woman fighting cancer and another chronically ill.

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  11. I finished some small wallquilts and just noe fabric lights! Just love them and hope the recipients will too! Thanks for the great give away!

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  12. I decided in November that I would make a quilt for each of our four(grown) children for Christmas, honestly, I don't know where I get these ideas from...!!
    Finished three, fourth almost done and so am I :o)
    Lizzie
    xxx

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  13. quilts quilts and more quilts!! some softies and some cute shoes for my newborn....and whatever else takes my fancy!! i hope to be a busy girl :)

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  14. Wow. I don't really know yet. I'm still rather new-ish with the whole quilting thing, I'm not sure that I trust my skills to use my projects as gifts yet!

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  15. Seems like every Christmas I make a quilt for someone so I'm sure I'll be making one for next year too.

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  16. Thanks for the giveaway! I've already started a quilt for my daughter's bed, she's got a January birthday so I'll be working hard on it once all the Christmas sewing is done :)

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  17. I'll make a quilt for my sister's new baby coming next summer. :)

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  18. Ive just made a beautiful pinwheel quilt for a baby boy! Love your giveaway, ( hope i win! )

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  19. I just finished up a scrappy little christmas quilt for my grandson full of wonderful soft textures.

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  20. This year a family emergency slowed down my creative time. I need to paint a painting for my step niece -she actually asked for it. And I need to make a quilted cover for a KitchenAid mixer. The cover will be okay if it has to wait till next year. And I may beg for a delay on the painting too.

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  21. Oh my gosh, I really want these. I'm finished with a beautiful roses fabric purse for one SIL. I'm crocheting ornaments for mini-trees for 2 friends, finishing a quilt for a niece and hope to get some dish towels done as well.

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  22. A gift for next year, huh? The wheels have been turning, and I have a lot of projects lined up. A quilt for a wedding gift is at the top of the list. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. I've just finished one and half way through another for Christmas presents, but it's my birthday in January, so I'll be rustling up a little something for ME!

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  24. ... sorry that would be a quilt ... lol!

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  25. Dilly dally looks interesting!

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  26. Oh gosh, those fabrics are so very lovely! I can just see so many projects that could come from them! Next year I am going to be making a queen size quilt for my brother and soon to be sister in law for their wedding in July -- a wedding quilt... it's going to be so much fun to make!! Thank you for this amazing giveaway!

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  27. I'm trying to finish a baseball quilt for my son's bed as a surprise, and he came home yesterday and told me he thinks he finished with baseball. Sigh.

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  28. I'm making a bargello quilt for my husband (just need to be quilted and bound), and a T-shirt quilt for my brother (that needs a LOT more work). Thank goodness those are the last two projects for this Christmas! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. I would like to make my grandmother another quilt next year, maybe for Christmas. Right now I have so many UFO's that I can't even imagine starting another for at least a couple of months. :)

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  30. I am making tablerunners for Christmas but I want to really make a snowman quilt for myself starting new year or even start a BOM quilt..
    Thanks for a great giveaway...
    Merry Christmas..

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  31. I am still making some "mug rugs" I think they are a perfect gift paired with a cute cup and something hot chocolate/coffee to drink!

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  32. Morning, girls! What an awesome giftaway you're offering.

    Next year I'm making stockings for my friend who sacrificed her's and her husband's for the two little bundles of joy who came along after she thought her sewing stockings days were over!

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  33. I will be making quilts for a newly adopted niece and nephew - can't wait to start them after the new year.
    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  34. Next year...hmmm. My dad is building a cabin so if I can't get his log cabin quilt made in time for christmas this year I will definitely be making it for next year. And a quilt for the new baby's first christmas.

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  35. I made two log cabin pumpkin table runners which I'm really excited to give as gifts. I also made a Christmas table runner using the Twister ruler. It was a lot of fun, and I have plans for making more quilts using this neat tool! dsb448@att.net

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  36. Beautiful fabric. I did a few Mug Rugs for friends this year, love them.
    Happy Holidays.
    Alda, Fl

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  37. i made some wall hangings for gifts this year. thanks those charm packs are super cute!!!!

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  38. Oh what fun fabrics! I'm trying to finish up the binding on a quilt for my hubby for Christmas. But it's hard to hide a queen size quilt, so I'm not sure it will be completely done. :( Thanks for a chance to win!

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  39. I am attempting to make house boots for my sisters house mate. I am also making a dolly for my granddaughter.

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  40. I am trying to finish a Maxine quilt for my Mother. Auggghhh! (that is me mentally screaming because I don't have much time left before Christmas!)

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  41. I am currently working on a quilt for my daughter. What a terrific giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

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  42. This year I have made Christmas pillows for family and friends. I am trying to decide if I have enough time now to make a new runner for my dinning room? Maybe....

    jasmin_gibbons@yahoo.com

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  43. No gifts for Christmas, no time. But I have plans for table runners for next year...

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  44. Haven't made any gifts this year, but plan on making my oldest granddaughter (20) a quilt.

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  45. I made tons of things for Christmas this year. My favorite project was a Dinosaur full size quilt I made for my 5 year old nephew! I still need to blog about it (and post pics). It was great fun to do! Thanks for offering this giveaway! :)

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  46. I'm making a doll quilt, a lap quilt and 2 hobo bags (MADE tutorial) for family but there's so much more I'd love to make but won't have time!
    I think this is a GREAT giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

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  47. I'm currently working on lots of gifts. A quilt for my 9 yr. old daughter, not for Christmas though. I have two wool projects left to complete for Christmas, though. Lots to do! Only 12 days left!
    Thanks so much for the generous giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  48. I've made pillow cases....embroidered snowmen tea towels and pot holders....wishing I had more time. I'm starting early next year and am going to work on making more quilts and table runners. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. I am working on table runners and trying to finish up a quilt for a little girl :-) Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  50. I am not new to your blog, but this would really help with Christmas. I have two girls just learning to quilt. Perfect!

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  51. I love the charm packs! I made "Wonder Wallets" for friends this year as they are such a nice and easy gift to give and to receive.

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  52. I've made some pillow cases, ornaments and mug rugs this year. Love the charm packs!

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  53. I am making three tutus for my neices and a Christmas quilt for their parents.

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  54. Wonderful fabrics! Thanks for having a giveaway! I really should be finishing up my Christmas sewing but instead I have to enter all these giveaways!

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  55. Wow, those charm packs look like FUN! I am making a quilt for my son and daughter-in-law...(with cute kitties) and HOPE to finish some coffee cup cozies (the sleeve kind for starbucks cups) along with some mug rugs. The quilt will get finished...the rest...we shall see!

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  56. Hello! I made a birthday-space-quilt for my little astronaut, on last November. I will never forget his smile when received it. Tks fr this great giveaway =D

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  57. I am working on making a couple quilts. I just finished up a california king size quilt, bedskirt, and pillow cases for our bedroom. So much better than store bought bedding!!
    hisprincess886(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  58. Thanks for the giveaway! I do love your blog. This year I made a "bookcase" quilt (as in a quilt that looks like a bookcase with books and all) for my little sister. I almost didn't want to give it to her, I loved it so much!

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  59. I am making a Quilt for each of my grandparents. Thanks for the chance to win the charm packs.

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  60. I am making a tonne of home sewn gifts including 5 pj bottoms and 6 aprons. I am also trying my hand at crayon rolls.

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  61. I'm going to be making some of those snap bags that have the metal measuring tape inside the top opening and some potholders for stocking stuffers. I'm also going to make a pair of those fabric shoes for my grandbaby as well as making Christmas stockings for her house and mine. Sounds like I better get busy!
    Merry Christmas!

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  62. I am currently working on the following, to be completed by Christmas: 2 blankets, 8 placemats, and 4 pillows. I just started quilting in June when I graduated from my MA program and received a sewing machine from my mom as a present. Might have taken on a LITTLE too much during this busy season but its fun and addicting! haha Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway!

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  63. I need to make two hats for my daughter. She loves those newsboy style ones and this is the only week I have to make it without her being home to see what I am up to.

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  64. next year?! i'm still struggling trying to finish off the gifts for this year! but hopefully i'll be more organized, because i'm hoping to gift 2 quilts next year to my little cousins. thanks so much for the giveaway!!

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  65. hi,
    I sewn my daughter's first gift from santa- a "buttercup bag" from a great instruction from "madebyrae" blog.
    she received it from santa at a mas party yesterday and loved it!

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  66. I'm busy making mug rugs for my friends' Christmas gifts this year!

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  67. Wow great giveaway! I have tomorrow set aside to make some bags as gifts for my kids teachers!

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  68. I want a charm pack of EVERY line! I'm making a Mug Rug For Santa to give my running buddies! Thanks Corrie.

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  69. Lovely fabrics! For the first time ever, I've asked for fabrics as Christmas Gifts, everybody thinks I'm kind of crazy but are afraid to tell me so. I will be generous though. This Christmas I've made about 5 lap quilts to offer to family and friends I know will really apreciate it. They are all diferent from each other and I make sure they contain christmas fabirc (12 days of christmas by kate spain to be more precise) but not that much so it won't look out of place during the rest of the year. :)

    www.happiestwhencrafting.blogspot.com

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  70. Ohhhh....what a great giveaway! I'm making mug rugs...I was supposed to finish them before Christmas but looks like they won't be done until next month! Good thing I didn't use Christmas fabric...lol! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  71. I am still working on a quilt for my son. Hoping to be finished in a couple of day.

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  72. My favorite quilted gift this year are the stockings I'm making for my brother and his fiancee. They're getting married in February and I'm making them matching stocking with Camille Roskelley's "Merry" pattern and Basic Grey's Fruitcake line. I've loved making them so much, I might make a set for my own family. But six stockings might be a project for after the holidays. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. I LOVE those charm packs!! I'll be making two wedding quilts next year for my fiance's sisters. Also, Dec. 17 is my birthday so I would realllly LOVE to win :)

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  74. My sisters and I made a quilt for my mom.

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  75. I've made some ornaments for friends! thanks for the chance!

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  76. Love them! Thanks! I made an Eye Spy quilt for my grandboys!
    Jane

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  77. Charm packs are the best! I've been making kitty beds for some new members of the extended family and a few ornaments for the tree. It's been relaxing and fun. I wonder where all the angst is this year?!

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  78. I'm making purses for my 4 granddaughters - one down and three to go. :) blessings, marlene

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  79. I am in the middle of making an apron for my newish blog friend that I need to hurry and finish so she can get it before Christmas lol. I love your blog and the fabrics are so pretty.

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  80. What have I NOT been sewing this year?! Actually, I'm nearly done with my Christmas sewing and that makes me happy - I've been way too stressed out about having a handmade Christmas. Next year, I definitely need to start in July.

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  81. I love these new lines!!! Gorgeous.

    I am making bags for gifts this year. The next one up is a large tote for my son's first grade teacher. I am also making Pants Leg Bread Bags for everyone. (I just made a tut for them on my blog if you wonder what on earth they are.)

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  82. I'm sewing a tablecloth for my mom, a tablerunner for my aunt, and I won't list the rest cause I might go crazy!

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  83. Aprons for gifts this Christmas, after the new year, who knows? Maybe something for ME!

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  84. Oooh, such fun charm packs!

    I am making my 20-month-old granddaughter dress-up clothes! Kinda young, but she's very advanced!!! :)

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  85. Thanks for letting me enter........I made 2 little zipper-pleated pouches from the tutorial link that you shared a week or so ago. They came out great, and I'm so glad that you put me onto that site....Skip to my LOU.

    biking underscore dot
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  86. I'm working on my sons guitar quilt. I hope to have the top done in the next week and then on to the quilting

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  87. This year I am making personalized quilts for the neighbor. I am almost done. YIPEE!!

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  89. Great giveaway! I'll keep my fingers crossed to win:)

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  90. I am making some bags right now. Next year I would like to do a mug rug for my mom.

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  91. I am waiting to find the perfect fabric to make a quilt for my friend/fellow art teacher in the next room whose baby is due this SATURDAY! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. Sorry, I forgot to leave my email on my first comment so had to deltete. What a fun give away! I just stayed up late last night and finished all my Christmas sewing projects! I made Aprons, waffel weave dishcloths with trim, zippered pouches, (tutorial by YOU on those last two items, thanks!) and a cute little wallet for my granddaughter. Obviously I started all these projects a while ago, and just finished up last night. I love your blog and the fun ideas I get there. Thanks!!!!!

    keels@mvdsl.com

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  93. Made pillow cases for 12 grand children to open on Christmas Eve.

    barberg@sbcglobal.net

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  94. I'm currently making a pink and black quilt for a friend.

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  95. I'm going to try to make a quilt for my niece next year for her birthday.

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  96. I just finished a quilt for my DS and husband and now am onto a few little projects. Nothing too big or stressful (which is a first)

    Thanks for th great giveaway!

    seelorisew@hotmail.com

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  97. I am making quilted coasters for my mother-in-law for Christmas - not much time left!

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  98. I am making a couple more mug rugs as gifts today.

    Great giveaway. Merry Christmas.

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  99. this marks 1 year of quilting for me...my first year. For Christmas I've quilted a twin size quilt for 2 nieces, 1 nephew, myself and my husband. I've also done a full size for my mom,(my grandmother pieced the top), one full size commission, and am working on a chemo quilt for a woman in our church. These are only half the pieces I've made in the last year. I'm excited to move forward and learn more from reading wonderful blogs like yours.

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  100. Maybe next year I'll have my yo yo's together for a coverlet. Thanks and Merry Christmas

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  101. There are lots on my list, but today i'm working on hooded towels. Merry Christmas.

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  102. I was too late to sign up for a Christmas craft swap this year, so I made a clutch for a surprise gift for my swap partner from last year.

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  103. I just finished up my last gift--a quilt for my in-laws. I made three quilts for gifts this year. I might think about making hot pads for the neighbors, or I might just buy them loaves of bread from Great Harvest....

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  104. I'm finishing up some mini-quilts and some little bags for little girls. Thanks for the chance!

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  105. I'm not making any quilts for this year, but will be making some biscotti for teacher gifts. Does that count? LOL

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  106. All of my Christmas gifts are finished. I made three bags, 4 scarves, 4 quilts and some gift card holders.

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  107. Love the charm packs. Thanks for the great giveaway. After Christmas, I'll start on a quilt for my 23-year-old grandson for next Christmas. He's the only one in the family now that I haven't made a quilt for.

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  108. This year I'm really hoping to finish up a train track quilt for my boys...it's been a WIP for 5 years now...and my boys are barely still young enough to enjoy it ;)

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  109. I would love to be making something right now but I am due with my 4th baby anytime so don't have the energy!! Hopefully I can start back into the sewing shortly into the new year!!!

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  110. Bags for everyone this year, my adventure in 3-D. Next year, a quilt for my daughter-in-law using Sunkissed. Love the charm packs.

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  111. I am making little Christmas treat bags for some teachers in our homeschool co-op!

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  112. I am still making mug rugs and could use all of the charm packs that I can get! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. I am making purses for all of my 4 sisters, I made some zipper pouches and coal sacks for some extended family, and I am going to etch a glass cookie jar for some more! Guess I better get started!

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  114. I am making a baby quilt for my new nephew!

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  115. There are so many thinks on my to make list, but I recently prioritized and at the top of it are aprons for each of my children and one for dad who is always in the kitchen these days.

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  116. I making some "Santa Sacks" for the kids.

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  117. I have four daughters. Three of their birthdays are at the beginning of March. Now, with a new baby due in March, charm pack skirts are looking like a PERFECT birthday gift all around!

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  118. Finishing youngest grandchild quilt and after Christmas sewing is done I will start a quilt for my daughter, her birthday is Jan 28, no time to slow down.

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  119. I'm making an owl ornament, coffee cozy and maybe I'll have stockings by next year!

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  120. I am not to sure what I will be doing for Christmas next year. It is too early to start planning. Maybe table runners made out of Christmas fabric after it goes on sale this year. Thank you for the give away!

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  121. I made a pieced heart blanket for a baby who is due in february.

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  122. Shhh, don't tell, but I'm making a needle roll for one of my sisters so she can hopefully tame her unruly collection of crochet hooks! Which reminds me...I better get on that soon!

    Great giveaway! I'd be so thrilled if you pick me!

    MGM

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  123. This year I'm knitting sweaters for each of my four daughters.

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  124. I have atleast one little wallet to make before Christmas. And may turn into more once I get started on it!!! =)

    Kim
    kimrward@charter.net

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  125. I'm making a tote bag for my daughter's kindergarten teacher out of the farmdale apple fabric. Thank you and happy holidays!

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  126. Rad giveaway!
    one of my to-do gifts is a padded guitar strap cover for my oh-so-musical brother :)

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  127. I decided to make quilts for my family members that don't have a quilt by me next year. Started now, need to finish two than on to more next year.

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  128. I made a laptop sleeve for my Mom with some Nicey Jane (I must love her).

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  129. A quilt is my new go-to gift. I made one for my dad last year and another for my mother this year.

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  130. Well dang, count me in! I'll be making some pulla bread for the sweet family who's just agreed to supply us with milk fresh from their cows. :)

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  131. Charm packs have become my new favorite and they make piecing so much more fun since you don't have to cut everything!

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  132. I am making mug rugs....I am totally enchanted with those little darlings.

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  133. thanks for sharing! I made a bag for my friend.

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  134. I'm working on a quilt for my niece and hoping to have it done by Friday ~ better get back to work!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  135. I love those! I am making my father-in-law a PACMAN quilt. Quite fun! Thanks!

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  136. Oh I would so love to win this!! I spent the weekend sewing Christmas gifts- I came up with a little coupon clutch/organizer and also sewed camera strap covers.

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  137. I'm knitting a couple of hats and a cowl. I'm also working on a quilted grow chart for a baby shower that's happening the day after Christmas.

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  138. I will finish my bed quilt that's 2.5 years in the making next year... or my husband will have a fit!

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  139. I have FOUR graduation quilts to make next year - two for actual graduates, and 2 belated that need to be delivered when the others are as they are all cousins. One Christmas gift quilt is also planned.

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  140. making goodies and scraves! Gorgeous fabric!
    christinag35@sbcglobal.net

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  141. i am making a picnic quilt for my sister - hopefully done for the holidays!

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  142. I seem to be making a lot of baby blankets lately!

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  143. I'm making the fabric peonies clip/pin...I have high ambitions for the number I am going to finish, but we'll see...there are always birthdays!

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  144. I am currently making some suffed owls for the nieces. With felted wool and quilt patches for the bellies! 2 down, 4 more to go!

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  145. great giveaway! i just finished four pieced and quilted christmas table runners - woohoo!

    bess :)

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  146. I'm making lots of things! Table cloths, tea towels, scarves, my sewing machine can't wait until after the holidays! She keeps reminding me that she needs to be put on my gift list too! After Christmas, she wants an all expense paid trip to a weekend spa!
    glendaoz72@yahoo.com

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  147. What a fun comment challenge! So far this month, I've made felt bird photo holders, a placemat, a quilted diaper bag, and some cloth grocery bags for wrapping. I've still got a body pillow pillowcase and little owls for this month's to-do list, and I've got to finish up a knitted blanket by next month.

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  148. I plan on making a list of gifts for next Christmas, and starting in January, I want to complete one each month so I'm not going crazy like I am this year! First up, a quilt for my new grandbaby coming in June.

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  149. Awesome giveaway! I'm a total charm pack-addict! I've made two doll quilts, with pillows to match, 3 crayon rolls, and two quilts. I'm tired! :) Great site - happy to have found you!

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  150. Well, I'm working on knitting my first pair of socks, which is quite an undertaking!

    Thanks so much for holding this giveaway!

    (ettlinga(at)dickinson(dot)edu)

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  151. Will be making a rainbow colored quilt for my great-niece. Still gathering fabric and trying to pick a pattern, time is running out - her birthday is in March.

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  152. I'm a beginner and am piecing together my first quilt--I'd love to be the lucky winner. Thanks for the chance!

    catherine(dot)alley(at)gmail(dot)com

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  153. Ooh, love the City Weekend!
    Every year I made a quit for one of my nieces or nephews. I'm almost done with this year's... phew!
    Happy Holidays!

    zabecc(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  154. For my youngest daughters 9th birthday, I made a stuffed owl. She loves it so much that she asked if Mrs. Clause could make a smaller one. Mrs. Clause may run out of time.

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  155. Great giveaway, girlies! I've made aprons, jammies, a messenger bag and still on the agenda for Christmas - bracelet, quilt, two aprons,two clutches.

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  156. Wow, thank you for this chance. I have two baby quilts that need to be made!

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  157. Cool Giveaway! I'm working on some groovy pillowcases for my 2 kiddos for Christmas! Jenn

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  158. Awesome giveaway! This year I made three quilts for great-nieces and nephews, plus countless placemats and tablerunners for other family members. Winding down for the year, but can't wait to get started on next year's projects.

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  159. I make matching pj's for my boys every christmas.
    Tks for the lovely give away!

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  160. I made some ruffled aprons for my daughters and niece this year.

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  161. I am working on quilt tops for my three children, this Christmas. I have one top finished, one with the blocks pieced and ready to be assembeled and one cut out. I still have time, I still have time, I still have time....(if I keep telling myself that, maybe I will get them done!) Thanks for the chance to win great prizes.

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  162. I'm knitting gifts this year - gauntlets, winter scarves, other small items.

    :) Linda

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  163. Yeah, it's weird seeing a giveaway here on a Monday! I wish it was Thursday, though! LOL!!

    Thanks for the giveaway... for each week's! It would be fun to win today, when I'm sure there will be lots of other people participating :-D

    Right now I'm making some crochet brooches for my mom, because she's hosting a day-after-Christmas party with family and wants a little something to give the people who will be coming over :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  164. I am making an apron for my daughter this year to go along with her new kitchen. I'm also making a few pillows and scarfs for the ladies in my family.

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  165. This year I made quite a few gifts: a stocking and mug rug, two scarves, a table runner, a gift card holder, and I know there's something else but I can't remember... Handmade is the best!

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  166. I'm working on a quilt for my future niece/nephew and some dolls for a newly wed couple.

    thetottery at gmail dot com

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  167. Currently making a dog bed for our friend's newest family member!

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  168. Hi, I love your blog! I've just made a reversible skirt for a friend's daughter and I was really quite pleased with it for a first attempt - until I realised it was too big on the waist. Oh well!
    I'm keeping everything crossed hoping to win this super giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

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  169. I have been making some cute little quilted Christmas gift bags and coasters. I've been having so much fun doing them...I've made a couple little everyday totes as well! What a fun giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  170. Ah...what lovely fabrics. As for next year, I already entirely too many projects planned. But I would really like to finish and deliver the quilts that have been started with certain people in mind!

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  171. I have a bunch of baby quilts to make for pregnant cousins and friends.

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  172. I made a quilt for my 80 year old aunt this year--Bordered Diamonds in Kaffe Fassett prints. She loves it!

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  173. I am making a sewn ruffled scarf for my secret Santa gift this year.

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  174. I am making a wallhanging from the blocks Stitching for Christmas...I am almost dne with the last block!

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  175. hair accessories for my sister

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  176. I made Samoan stockings for Christmas this year and stuffed them with candy leis....what fun... Thanks for this opportunity to receive some of your wonderful fabrics.

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  177. I really want to make a quilt for my mom, but I'm not sure if I have enough time left. She might get a box of fabric and a promise instead! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  178. I will make a Goodnight Monkey quilt for my son next year1

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  179. I'm going to make a quilt (has to be mostly red) for my oldest son. He adopted a quilt we'd received as a wedding gift and it is falling apart. Boy needs a new one! This will be a challenge because I've never made a manly quilt before.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  180. I'm making something for me as soon as I get done with all my Christmas gifts! Is that bad? I hope not... LOL

    Jennifer :)

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  181. I will make a window quilt to hide the chaos in my sewing room.

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  182. I am working on a whole bunch of baby doll accessories- blankets, bibs, diapers, etc. for my little girl for Christmas. Great stash projects!

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  183. I will be making each of my boys a keep sake quilt, I will also me making a special block for each of their quilts using their "going home outfits"

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  184. I'm making art kit/crayon rolls for my many nieces and nephews...may have been a bit ambitious...

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  185. This year I made a lot of quilts for family presents. It has turned out, though, that I've made a lot of quilts for us, because my husband won't let me sent a couple of them away....
    Next year I want to do a bunch of tote bags, so I'll be starting just after New Years, because I am a SLow POke!

    Thanks!

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  186. I have almost finished the last of 3 aprons...and need to start a make up bag (and find something to put in it for the son's girlfriend)...

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  187. I have made a couple table quilts, and matching kitchen towels. Thanks for the giveaway!!

    Merry Christmas!

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  188. I love your Etsy shop--I ordered some goodies from you earlier this year. You wrapped the fabrics so cute, too!

    Next year I would love to make my husband a cozy quilt.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    emily.nudelman@gmail.com

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  189. I'd like to make a beautiful quilt for my husband....maybe next year....I can't figure out how to make one without him seeing it! Thanks for the chance to win...what a great prize!

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  190. i'm making a scarf for my mom from some anna marie horner voile! the fabric arrived about a week ago, i'm so excited to get started!!!

    tamara_maxwell{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  191. I had planned on making Made by Rae's Buttercup Bags for nearly everyone on my list - but then I found so many other great ideas on SMS that it's down to only two now! I sewed headbands, a belt, a t-shirt hat, and am knitting a scarf and a sweater. Wow.

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  192. I have made a handful of things this year including doll quilt/pillow sets, candle mats and hot pads.

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  193. This year I made 12 large quilts and matching tote bags to give as gifts. Next year my goal is to make 10 handbags to give as gifts :)

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  194. Such pretty fabrics!! I'm working on making some tote bags for family this year.

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  195. Thanks I'm a new follower! I already made a bunch of Christmas gifts, and all I have left to make is robes for both of my kids (we took them to pick out their fabric today at the store...it's going to be Batman and a purple fleece with green frogs) and a clutch for my friend!

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  196. Wonderful goodies for the giveaway, love them.
    I made stitchery pillows and ornaments for my friends.

    Debbie

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  197. My parents are old-school and sleep in separate beds. This year I made them matching embroidered pillowcases (with acorn and oak leaf designs) so that their pillowcases can match!

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  198. I've embarked on a quest to keep our elders warm. i'm using vintage fabric that is beautiful to make lap quilts. i've committed to making 5 so far.

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  199. I have made a couple of advent calendars this year. Maybe finally a christmas quilt next year??

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  200. As soon as my friend finds out if she's having a boy or a girl, I'll start working on some baby gifts for her. I love making baby gifts.

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