Thursday, August 25, 2011

It's a Hometown Giveaway! Over

Congrats to Lynn Koeppen #184!!

You're the winner tonight!

Great New line from Sweetwater




I heard they were asking for the names of YOUR hometown.

Sweetwater tried to get as many names as they could on the Town Square fabric...

haven't found mine yet.

Might need a magnifying glass.

Oh, I found it.

whew.

I knew Boise had to be there.

AND Idaho Falls.

I just saw Burley!! no way!

Okay, that is really our hometown.

I thought Burley was too little potatoes for them.

I know, I'm sure there are other Burleys in the world,

but I'm just sure

that one is Burley, Idaho.



It's a cool collection of dots, those fabulous word prints,

a little floral and great color.


The precuts & some yardage

are available on etsy.


Our giveaway today is a



To enter the drawing, leave a comment --

tell me your Hometown

& one thing about it.

Random drawing later tonight.


196 comments:

  1. My hometown is Seattle! I think it is the best city in the world. The Puget Sound to the west and mountains everywhere you look!

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  2. My hometown is Dolans Bay. It is the most beautiful place on earth.

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  3. My hometown is Burnaby, BC, Canada. It's a suburb of Vancouver and has 8 of my fave people in it.

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  4. Delta, Colorado is my hometown....on the beautiful western slope of the state!

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  5. My hometown is Ris (I'm from Denmark)and it is a very small village.

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  6. My hometown id Yrone Pennsylvanie and I ove the fact that it's so small everyone knows each other!

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  7. Fullerton California! Sunny with lots to do. The mountains are close by and it's just a 20 minute ride to the beach. We have wonderful schools and great places to shop. Southern California is beautiful.

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  8. Where I was born? That hometown is Southfield. When I lived there the roads were dirt and there was no hospital. I've met a girl my daughter's age who was born there, in the hospital there. The roads are paved now too. I've lived so many places I'm not sure what my hometown really is!
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  9. My hometown is a tiny little place called Martinsburg, MO. I love it there! It's full of farmers like my father and I am related to almost everyone.

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  10. My hometown right now is Rochechouart in France it's a beautiful little town in Limousin. Linda

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  11. My hometown is Iława (in Poland). I love this place, because it's near the longest lake in our country. It's also on Masurian Lake District, the candidate for New 7 Wonders of Nature :)

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  12. My hometown is Gloucester in the UK - we have a beautiful cathedral

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  13. my home town is Ridgefield Park , always had the best 4th of July parade celebrations each year, I still feel that way even though I haven't been in many years.
    thanks I would love to win this charm pack , I love fabric with words on it.
    Kathie

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  14. My hometown is Ipoh, Malaysia. It's a small town surrounded by beautiful mountains :)

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  15. My hometown is Schoharie - Mohawk Indian word meaning "floating driftwood"

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  16. My hometown where I was born is Groningen in the Netherlands, but I live in Israel for 25 years already!

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  17. My hometown is Hammonton - the blueberry capital of the world (or so the sign at the edge of town says - good thing my Dad is a blueberry farmer huh?) LOVE HOMETOWN - the reds are divine!

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  18. My home town is a comfortable little corner of the world. I love living here.

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  19. Pittsburgh! My family is there :-)

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  20. My hometown is Blackburn, its a real nice town, with tree lined streets. Family friendly, Go melbourne!!

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  21. My hometown is Knaphill - and it's on the hometown fabric! Knaphill is a smallish village, fairly quiet and we are blessed with living right opposite woods and parkland!

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  22. Right now my hometown is Ayase, Japan. Home of Naval Air Facility Atsugi. Hubby's a doc here, and the only doc that can do OB. Since the air wing just got back from the USS George Washington, I have a feeling he'll be really busy in about 9 months!! ;)

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  23. My hometown is Washington Terrace, growing up there it was open grazing farm land. Now, over 50 years later it is houses as far as the eye can see! But oh what a wonderful place it was to grow up in. :o)

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  24. Hometown is Cary, NC. Nice place to raise a family. thanks for the giveaway.

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  25. Right now I live in Barcelona, Spain. I grew up in a smaller town some 20 miles from Barcelona called Viladecans, which actually might translate as "Dogville". Two years ago they started a film festival with that name :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. My hometown is Winchester, IN. We have the 2nd largest statue in the state!

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  27. My hometown is a cornfield in northern indiana. We are however the county seat and can boast that we hold the Blueberry Festival every Labor Day weekend :) That really is the only thing we have to boast about haha.

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  28. My hometown is Augusta, WI. It's a small, rural town with beautiful farmland.

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  29. My hometown is Colombo. It is the biggest city in Sri Lanka

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  30. My hometown is Oswego NY. It's on Lake Ontario.

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  31. Mine is listed on the fabric, Lakesite. It sits on the lake of course and it's awesome. So friendly.

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  32. My hometown is Pomeroy, Iowa. I've been gone from there for 24 years. It has lost most of it's businesses, and now only has a k-6 school in town. Sad to see it dying away.

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  33. My hometown is Anniston. It is where Jennifer Aniston's father got the name when he decided to change to an American name. He just left out an N.
    We are also home to the worlds largest office chair, which was featured in a very bad movie that never achieved wide release.

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  34. Fsll River, home of Lizzie Borden....

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  35. My hometown is Elmira...it's known in the Civil War for it's prison camps...not very uplifting, but such it is...and it's known today for it's two prisons. =( What else can I say....

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  36. My hometown is Lafayette, LA. I see a Lafayette on your photo and claim it:) Lafayette is the heart of Cajun country. It's where my extended family is located, but best of all. It is where I met my dear hubby. Have a wonderful day!

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  37. home town where I grew up... Ackley, Iowa known for sauerkraut days! not on the fabric unfortunately but love anything sweetwater. Thank you for a chance to win janita

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  38. My hometown is Rochester, Minnesota. We are home of the Mayo Clinic and have a lot of visitors for healthcare.

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  39. I've moved so much but where I grew up is where I consider my hometown, 29 Palms, California. Hot, desert town with a Marine Corps Base. I met and married my husband there so it's a special place.

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  40. Sydney, Australia. It's been a long time since I've lived there and of course I'm biased, but it is the most beautiful city in the world :)

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  41. Menasha, WI. I can't think of anything we were known for, except a lot of bars. Oh, and a large Polish population...we even had a bridge called the "Polish Connection".

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  42. My hometown is Aldan, PA. It's changed so much I wouldn't recognize it anymore!

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  43. My hometown was Catonsville Maryland. I miss not living there, but love my new adopted hometown, where I've raised my family, Cary NC. The thing I miss most: snowball stands.

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  44. My hometown is Charleston. It is on a lot of people's list of places to visit and i get to live here everyday. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. I grew up in Elizabeth, NJ. Elizabeth is the county seat of Union County. And, I love those polka do fabrics.

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  46. I thought to myself...It can't be Thursday already...can it? Lovely fabrics...thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. My hometown was Chandler, Arizona when I grew up there it was a small town(so we thought) on the outskirts of Phoenix, less 40,0000 people, 1 high school it is now over 200,000. I moved away in the early 80's. Great place to grow up but, not somewhere I would want to raise a family now.

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  48. My hometown is Anderson, SC. I can't of anything out of the ordinary that has happened in our town, except that George Clooney filmed Leatherheads here.

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  49. My hometown is Winchester, KY. A little town with one McDonald's and everyone knows you.

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  50. My hometown is Allison, Iowa. So small that the cruising loop for the teens revolves around our grain elevator!

    Emily

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  51. Coloma, WI - small town where they know your name and customer service can't be beat.

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  52. I saw my hometown on the little close up! Morgan Hill, CA. I haven't been back since I graduated from high school because my parents moved to Oregon. I need to get back to visit! Great place to grow up. Close to San Jose and San Francisco, but not too close! Thanks.

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  53. Iron River, Michigan. Home of the best pizza-Riverside!

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  54. The town where I was born is Groningen which is in the Netherlands and that certainly won't be on Hometown!

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  55. The town where I grew up is actually Hometown, IL! The fabric line looks great

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  56. my home town is stony point, NY. We're right next to haverstraw and were involved in brickmaking in the early 1900s. most of the bricks used to build structures in NYC came from haverstraw and stony point. :)

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  57. My hometown is Malacca and its a historic place.

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  58. My town is called Crab Orchard, named after the acres of crab apple trees that used to be in town. It's the home of the first brick house west of the Appalachian Mountains! :)

    ambs101 [at] hotmail [dot] com.

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  59. Trenton, Florida
    For years it had the only traffic light in the county - hung upside down. Saturday night was spent parked on the corner watching to see if any cars went by....
    Hope win Hometown as it looks great

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  60. My hometown is Auburn, Washington and for years we were known as Little Detroit of the West for all the car dealerships along Auburn Way. Auburn was named after Auburn, New York by settlers from New York who thought the area resembled that area of the country.

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  61. My hometown is Elgin, Il. It has a really nice River Casino Boat.

    Jen Nelson
    graciesophiaboutique@comcast.net

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  62. Wow, that's cool! My hometown was in the photo above...Bowling Green! (Mine is KY...there are 2 others)

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  63. Bakersfield, CA. Home of Buck Owens - lol!

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  64. My hometown is Freeport IL. It's still where I go when I go "home"; a quiet small town 'way up north.

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  65. i grew up in cedarburg, wisconsin, one of the prettiest little towns you'll ever see. many old buildings in southeastern wisconsin are made out of "cream city brick," a beautiful creamy yellow color. it makes for a remarkably memorable downtown when all the buildings are the same brick!

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  66. My hometown is Chesapeake City, MD. Doubt it is on the fabric but it is a wonderful small town on the top most corner of the Chesapeake Bay.

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  67. Old Tappan, NJ -- a suburb of NYC where housing prices went out of control!

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  68. My hometown is Poway. I am sure it is the only Poway so likely not on the print :(

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  69. Oh, I love that fabric! My hometown is Port Gibson. Our claim to fame in this small southern town on the Mississippi River -- during Civil War the Union troops marched through and Ulysses Grant was quoted as saying "The town to beautiful to burn." We also have one of the most photographed churches in the world.

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  70. Mt. Carmel, Illinois - Queen City on the Wabash River!!

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  71. My hometown where I currently live is Glendale AZ. This is the city that is the home of the University of Phoenix Stadium for the Arizona Cardinals.

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  72. my hometown is Morenci, AZ..it's a small little copper mining town...one of the things I miss the most is a lady came around weekly to take orders and deliver homemade tortillas :)

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  73. Bryan, TX--right in the heart of Aggieland! Hometown is probably my all-time favorite fabric line!

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  74. My adopted hometown is Cedar City, Ut and I am so happy to be back after 10 years of waiting!!

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  75. My hometown is Montreal, it is a beautiful city, rich in food, architecture, and ethnicity. The best thing about it is going to see my mother and brother, and enjoying it with them!

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  76. ThatCleverClementineAugust 25, 2011 at 7:18 AM

    Hyattsville, MD,just outside Washington DC. We're an officially designated Arts & Entertainment district ... and Jim Henson lived just down the street (a million years ago, when he was a college student.)

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  77. Haha! This is fun; I like reading the comments! My hometown is Pickens, SC, and our motto is "where the mountains begin".....I look out my front door at one, called "Brown's Mtn"!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  78. My hometown is Carlsbad, New Mexico. Home to the world famous Carlsbad Caverns... they are amazing to see!

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  79. My hometown is Rocky Ford, CO. We were the Melonears. With the mascot being a little melon man. (I always hated that). Rocky Ford is well know for their watermelons and cantaloupes. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  80. Huh- Burley?? really!! Gotta check for mine now :) love it- thanks!!

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  81. Yay! My hometown of Homewood, AL made the list. It's a great little town on the outskirts of Birmingham.

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  82. My hometown is Des Plaines, IL a suburb of Chicago also known as Chitown, the windy city, the home of the Chicago Cubbies...among others. Thanks for a chance.

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  83. Scottsbluff, NE: I like hiking up Scotts Bluff National Monument.

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  84. My hometown is Mishawaka, In and it was named after an indian princess thanks for the chance of winning

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  85. My hometown is Martinsburg, MO- I'm pretty sure it didn't make the cut! It's a small farming community of about 300 people!

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  86. I live in the Sunshine state and my hometown is Tampa. We are home to the NY Yankees, the Buccaneers, and the Tampa Bay Rays.

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  87. My hometown was Flushing, Queens New York. 40 years ago it was a bustling mecca of cultural diversity. I loved eating on all the holidays from Latkes to rice and beans. Good memories.

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  88. My hometown is Seatac, WA. Yes, people do live there, not just the Seattle-Tacoma airport. Ok, it's mostly the airport, but it's still home. ;o)

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  89. Myrtle Beach, SC is where I call home. The beaches and the marshes are my favorite place to be.

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  90. My hometown is Libertyville, IL and at Christmas time we have a tree lighting ceremony in the center of town, and all the local shops stay open late and serve apple cider and cookies. Oh, and Marlon Brando grew up here.

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  91. My hometown is Munich, Germany, where I was born, raised and I'm still living here. Munich is the town where the Octoberfest (also known as the biggest beerfestival in the world) was found in 1810 as part of a royal wedding.
    Greetings from germany
    Hildy

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  92. My hometown is Canton, Ohio - home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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  93. Salt lake city. Lotta history here. Probably most commonly known for the settlement of pioneers. But most interesting is whales were brought to the lake to attract visitors. They died, the lake is too salty, and the bodies were never recovered.

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  94. I've moved around so much in my life that it is hard to say what my "hometown" is. But, I was born in Provo,Utah and so I guess that would be it.

    barberg@sbcglobal.net

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  95. My hometown was Prineville, Oregon. My sister and I would play in the creek from sun up to sun down. Never worn a bike helmet nor shin guards when we roller skated. Good memories.

    Karen
    cook_karen@yahoo.com

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  96. Kenosha,WI is my hometown and it has grown consistently since I left. I actually miss the snow and the fall leaves!! All of my immediate family is there and relatives.

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  97. My hometown is Nottingham, England. It's where Robin Hood is from. And they used to make lace here.

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  98. My hometown is Staten Island, New York, one of the 5 boroughs of New York City. Moved from there when I was 11 and that was a long, long, time ago and 16 moves ago!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  99. I live in Lino Lakes, MN which is on the new Money Magazine 100 best places to live list - #44. We have a fabulous park reserve that has many lakes and some great off road bike paths. Thank you for the chance to win!

    kocanquilt at gmail dot com

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  100. My hometown had a separate building for its children's library when I was a kid: it was a huge deal for me to send Mom to her library and then to walk (next door) to MY library!

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  101. There are so many Columbuses I'm SURE they don't want to offend by not putting it on there, so I'll have fun looking for it! My hometown happens to be Columbus, OHIO, home of the Ohio State Buckeyes. For those of you who don't know, buckeyes are a kind of tree, the nuts look like the eyes of a deer (buck). (They're sort of like a horse chestnut.) OH....IO!

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  102. It's hard to have a hometown when you grew up in the military and moved every 2 years... I guess Omaha, NE feels most like home to me - home of Warren Buffett. :)

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  103. My hometown is Toronto, but I've been living on the west coast (Vancouver) for over 40 years so I consider Vancouver to be my hometown. Home of the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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  104. My hometown is Camarillo which used to have the State Mental Hospital. The hospital is now the newest CA State college. Interesting????

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  105. Moscow, Idaho! But spent a lot of time in Ventura, California Visited this summer and had a great time. Thanks!

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  106. Alfred, NY - in a county with no city, this little Seventh Day Baptist Town had a post office that was open on Sunday and closed on Saturday.

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  107. My hometown in New Britain, CT. There isn't much to say about it. It used to be the headquarters of Stanley Works. That's about it. I don't visit there very often but I do have some fond school memories. Thanks for the chance!

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  108. Currently my hometown is St. Charles, MO, home of Lewis and Clark expedition and the Arch. Before moving here it was Philadelphia, PA where history is everywhere; Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and Betsey Ross home, just to name a few...thank you for a chance at the drawing!

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  109. My hometown is Kemah Tx. It is a wonderful little town South of Houston right on the water. I LOVE going to the boardwalk and watching the sailboats come in and out and the seafood is YUMMY!

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  110. My hometown is Litchfield, CT--a very colonial, historic small community. Very important in the Revoluntionary War. My current town is Watertown--a lot larger, but not a city. Still only has one main street. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  111. I live in Buffalo (and not New York) and the town was named after the FISH not the mammal! I'm still looking for Buffalo on the Hometown fabric.

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  112. My hometown is Costa Mesa CA. I met my husband at a church activity in Costa Mesa. It is located in Orange County and is between the tourist locations of balboa Island and Anehiem (Disney land). When I was a kid I could look out my window every night and watch the fireworks show from disneyland. It was cool.

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  113. Yorba Linda, Ca has been a great place to raise our 4 sons.

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  114. My hometown's Alajuela, Costa Rica, a funny fact about it, it's that the main airport's located there, but the turistic information about my country, always locate it, in the capital city, which is about 40+- miles away, it isn't the same place!

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  115. my hometown is Churchville, PA located in beautiful Bucks County...

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  116. I'm sure it will be hard for you to read the name of my hometown:)
    Tarnowskie Góry - small town on the south of Poland. Small, but really old - as from 1532 it is considered as town (before that it was a village).

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  117. My hometown is Madawaska. It is the northern most town in Maine and has the distiction as the Crown of Maine. Settled by Acadians, it is still a very French speaking community. I was born in a nursing home facility when they had a nursery open for two years, so I will more than likely end up dying there too! Talk about your circles of life LOL!

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  118. IT'S LIVINGSTON,MONTANA,GATEWAY TO YELLOWSTONE PARK,LOCATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL ROCKY MOUNTAINS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A SWEET GIVEAWAY!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  119. My hometown is Decatur, Alabama! It's the home of Big Bob Gibson's Bar-b-que! Good stuff!!!

    kimrward@charter.net

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  120. My hometown is Brooten, Minnesota. Brooten was supposed to be Braaten, after someone's last name, but someone had terrible handwriting way back when, and the a's looked like o's, so Brooten it officially became. All because of a typo, which I guess was technically a write-o. hee hee.

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  121. My hometown is Lopatcong, NJ, and in the last ten years it really filled up with new construction and new families (we were one of them!)

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  122. My hometown is Bountiful, UT. It's getting bigger every day.

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  123. My hometown is Melrose, Massachusetts. It's where I collected all the memories of my Nana. And where I met and married my high school sweetheart 45 years ago.

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  124. Currently, my "home" town is Ogden, Utah. Ogden has a spectacular tradition of placing life-sized painted horses all through the downtown area each summer. The horses are each painted by different artists in different themes. I just love seeing how happy and bright they make our downtown area!

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  125. My hometown is Marshall, Missouri, home of the legendary Jim, the Wonder Dog.
    I submitted Marshall when they were asking for hometown names and am dying to see if it was included.

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  126. I think I say this each time, but the Hometown group is my favorite Sweetwater collection yet! And yes, my original hometown made it into the group... Huntington Beach!

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  127. Hey, I drove through Burley a few weeks ago! My hometown is Portland, Oregon. It’s beautiful, green and BEAUTIFUL. I love it here. My favorite thing to do is go hiking in the forests, the trees are so big, and there are ferns everywhere on the forest floor. I love that fabric, it's great.

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  128. My hometown is West Point, MS. Home of the Howlin' Wolf Blues Festival and the Prairie Arts Festival; which are coming up in 2 weeks. Woot!

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  129. My hometown is Moyie Springs, ID which I didn't see on the fabric but I saw Sandpoint which is around 40 miles away. We have a river and a dam which is really cool to look at in the winter when it's frozen and when the snow melts in spring and the water is really high.

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  130. My hometown is Baton Rouge, and I love it love it love it! I wish I lived there still!

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  131. Cooper City, Florida. Late summer nights out on the street until the parents called you home. Rare to find in South Florida.

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  132. I was born in Copenhagen (Denmark) but moved to Spain when I was a kid and has been living in Madrid for 35 years.
    Thanks a lot!

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  133. The hometown I grew up in, and lived in as a married adult for twentysomeodd years is Rison, Arkansas. I have yet to see that town name anywhere else. It was named after a man who was connected with the railroad. Trains travel through town a few times a day, and you can hear the whistle as far away as 5 miles or more. That's how far out of town we lived.

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  134. I live in Kane, PA. It is a tiny town with only 1 stoplight and no fast food restaurants. Probably the only place in the world where Burger King went out of business...twice!

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  135. Clay Center, NE's big claim to fame? A citizen invented the incubator (for eggs)!

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  136. I was born in Bridgeport, Ct., but I grew up in West Shokan, NY -- most beautiful place on earth! -- and the location of the Ashokan Resevoir, one of the sources of drinking water for NYC. (Thanks for asking!)

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  137. My hometown is Missoula, Montana. It is an absolutely beautiful city with the Clark Fork River running right through the middle of it.
    love.robin68@yahoo.com

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  138. My hometown is Magnolia, Kentucky, just a little dot on the road about six miles from Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace national park. I love my little town where life is at a slower pace - kids still ride their bikes down the street and everyone knows everyone at the local store. There are even several quilters on my street, too. Thanks for the chance to win this charm pack - beautiful!
    Gale

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  139. My hometown is Senoia, GA and we have 2 red lights and the most fantastic parades on Memorial Day and at Christmas! Thanks for the chance to win such great fabric.

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  140. My hometown is Wray CO, about 90 miles from the Sweetwater gals. We have two quilt shops for a little town of 2000 pop. and we both carry Sweetwater fabrics. Love the new Hometown!

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  141. How about Ashton, Idaho. I climbed the water tower there many many years ago! My friends made me do it!

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  142. My hometown is Barcelona. Catalan is the language that we speak there, (not only Spanish as many people believe). Thanks for the chance to win this nice charm pack!

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  143. Can I have 2 hometowns? I grew up in Portland, Oregon...it's got the greatest bookstore ever, Powells...a whole city block full of books! I live in Kodiak, Alaska right now and it feels like home...the people are so friendly and the fresh fish is delicious!

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  144. I just saw my hometown name on the red print fabric--Upland! I remember entering the name (probably others did also!). I haven't seen this fabric in person yet, but really do like it. My city is smallish, about 70,000 people. We are nestled below Mt. Baldy, which is a ski area.
    Tina
    ttr3@earthlink.net

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  145. South Boston, VA. Lived there for 28 years before moving away.

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  146. My hometown was NYC....known as the "Big Apple"!!

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  147. My hometown is Logansport, LA. It's a very small town right on the TX border. I have the privilege of shopping in LA and TX.

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  148. My original home town was no town at all. I grew up on a dairy farm outside of Blue Springs, Nebraska. Now, I consider Pinedale, Wyoming my hometown - love the mountains!

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  149. My hometown is Caledon, Ontario Canada. It might surprise you that Elton John has a home here. Though I haven't seen him in the grocery store yet.

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  150. My hometown is SCRANTON, ND. I participated in the blog post when they solicited for names and saw my town's name in one of the swatch sheets from the Moda page. Scranton is a tiny farm town of less than 400 in SW North Dakota. (thanks)

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  151. My hometown is Kennesaw, Ga it is north of Atlanta.

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  152. My hometown is Kajang, Malaysia. People from all places will come for the satay.

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  153. My hometown is Holmen, WI. We just had our annual "Kornfest", where you can guess that sween corn is the main food :)
    melissakaatz at gmail dot com

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  154. My hometown is Parkgate on the Wirral Peninsula, UK. We have marshland where the sea once came in and ships used to sail to Ireland.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. My hometown is Evansville, IN. I couldn't wait to move away and now I can't wait to go back and visit.

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  156. My hometown is Pasadena, TX where I was raised. My hometown is also Houston where I lived for 14 years. My current hometown is San Antonio where I've been the last three years.

    Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

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  157. I'm an Army Brat, so I call everywhere home. But my two favorites...Vicenza, Italy and now where I live--San Diego, Ca. So now you will understand my email address: vicenza74@gmail.com (I'm not a blogger...yet!) Thanks for the giveaway! Nini Frank

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  158. Fair Oaks CA - just as the name implies, there were the most beautiful old oak trees there. Love the fabric!

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  159. My home town is Kosciusko, Mississippi. Try saying that real fast three times. One interesting thing - Oprah Winfrey was born there.

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  160. Watertown Wisconsin is where I'm making my home. Cute fabrics!

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  161. I love this stuff!! My hometown is Bourbonnais, IL, the home of Olivet Nazarene University.

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  162. My hometown or shall I say birth town is Lander, Wyoming. Way back then you could check out art work from the Library to display at your home. Most of it was from local artist who donated their work. Isn't that a lovely idea.

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  163. My hometown is Richmond, Virginia and I wish I were still there. I miss it sooooo much! It's the capital of Virginia.

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  164. Love this line of fabric! My hometown is Ludington, Michigan. It has the most beautiful beaches you have ever seen! Wish I still lived there!
    What a great question!
    Patti
    Napergal50@yahoo.com

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  165. My hometown is Orlando! But not the one in Florida!

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  166. Love the fabric! My hometown is Marion, OH - home of the Popcorn Festival, President Harding, and when I was growing up, the Marion Power Shovel (they made the huge shovels for the HUGE earth moving equipment). osubsedu@gmail.com

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  167. Love the fabric! Cozad, NE home of Robert Henri, the painter and we are on the 100th Meridian.

    debworthman@gmail.com

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  168. HI! My hometown is Winnipeg Manitoba in Canada where legend has it that the corner of Portage and Main is the coldest and windiest intersection in all of Canada. And our national bird is the mosquito...just kidding!

    Ursula

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  169. My hometown is Aiea, and I heard that it's the only town in the US that's made up of all vowels. :)

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  170. My hometown is Ottawa, Canada, Nation's capital and we have the world's longest outdoor skating rink :)

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  171. And i am sure that Berkeley i see in that photo up there is my hometown in Missouri...surely it wouldn't be the one in California... I would love to win this...

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  172. My hometown is Pittsburgh, PA and the people there are football crazy, but I guess most people know that. Many people may not know that Pittsburgh has two inclines (also called inclined railways or funiculars) that offer rides with a great view of the city and its 3 intersecting rivers.

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  173. My hometown is Willow Grove, PA not to far outta Philly. And even here we felt that earthquake the other day.

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  174. My hometown is San Lorenzo, CA...home of the very first Mervyn's department store. Well, the original store no longer exists (it actually shut down many years ago, before all the rest of them did).

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  175. My hometown (where I grew up) is a very small town...you know, just the basics 2 great schools, 2 gas stations, a post office, a bank, a library, a firebarn, an ambulance barn, a pizza barn, and a blinky light. It is full of good people and good traditions. For example, every graduate in all of history has been swung out by a younger classman. Yup, the week of graduation, they hang 2 swings on these 2 very old trees, and you pick your favorite younger classman to push you out into the future. Pretty neat.

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  176. my hometown is such a big busy town now. it's also the raspberry capital of Canada.

    thanx for the chance

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  177. Wow - love this fabric! I live in Hot Springs, Arkansas where we have not one, not two, but three lakes! blessings, marlene

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  178. I grew up in the country, but I feel like where I am living is really my hometown anyway - Alameda, CA. It's an island off the "coast" of Oakland! thanks!

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  179. i submitted the name of my town when Sweetwater requested name on their blog! yay! no doubt about it, fort wayne is the only one in the country!

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  180. We love Burley, Idaho! It's not my hometown, but we drive past it all the time on the way to good old Shelley.
    My hometown is Payson, UT. I haven't seen it on the fabric yet, but I have seen Lehi - that was exciting.
    Something interesting about Payson - remember the movie "Footloose" (with Kevin Bacon) from back in the 80s? It was filmed at my high school. Before I got there, unfortunately, but it still looks the same!

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  181. My hometown is Lewisville, NC!

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  182. Oh a hometown as a kid I moved around alot..FT Worth TX known as cow town I remember it as a little white house surrounded by love, next stop Huntington Beach CA..Surf City USA walks to the pier, fireworks over the ocean and wonderful evenings of bike riding along PCH, then on to San Jose Ca..the vineyards in the hills, cool summer nights and hikes in the foothills, then on to Apple Valley CA..sounds like the mountains but AV is in the Mohave desert and the beauty of the desert will always be part of me. Hometown..the one I list is Apple Valley although I moved away years ago

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  183. My hometown is Missoula (Montana) and it is called the hub of 5 valleys. Great place!

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  184. Well, the town I grew up in is now a big place, but when I was a kid it was smaller. Ever heard of Kissimmee, FL? It was originally called Cow Town and the local high school mascot is Kowboy Jake. 'Cause in Kissimmee, you spell Kowboy with a K!

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  185. My hometown is Lake Jackson and I'm south of Texas on the coast. I LOVE LOVE the new Hometown line. Oh my! BEAUTIFUL! (and I bet Lake Jackson isn't listed on there!)

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  186. I'm not sure where my brain is, but I meant to say I'm south of HOUSTON in Texas, not south of Texas. LOL South of Texas would be right in the fat middle of the Gulf of Mexico. LOL Sorry about that!

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  187. I live in North Kingstown, RI. It is a a town filled with lots of smaller towns and historical villages. We have a quahog festival every year, we love our clams.

    Debbie

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  188. Fort Collins, Colorado - one of the best places to raise kids!

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  189. Rolling Meadows, Illinois
    Peaceful town, great for running around when we were kids. They had a noon whistle that sent us running home for lunch!

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  190. Mtn. Home, Idaho.
    I happy living away from there and only going back to visit. :)

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  191. My hometown is Ipswich, and it is an inland town in Australia. :)

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  192. Hey! I almost missed out again ... but I'm here ... here in Florence Montana :) I noticed 138 is from Missoula Montana {{wavin hello neighbor!!}} Thank you ladies for such fun giveaway opportunities!! :)

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  193. My hometown is Childersburg (chill durs). There was talk that it was actually oldest town in America instead of St Augustine.

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  194. My hometown is Rosedale, Maryland....though you'd think the place would have more roses then what you see with a name like that:) I did try to help though by planting several in my back yard

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  195. My hometown is Salamanca, NY. We were always told that it is the only city completely on an Indian Reservation. Thanks for the giveaway. I love the fabric!

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