Thursday, March 15, 2012

Giveaway Day! Over

Update:  Congrats to Tiffany #21!
You won!
4 yummy fat quarters 



  

just waiting for someone.

To enter the drawing, 
leave a comment about the funnest 
thing you've done this winter.

We got up at the crack of dawn Monday morning &
 went snowmobiling with friends
and swimming
in a steaming hot springs pool 
while being snowed upon.
Amazing Day!
Happy Birthday Rick!

 Random drawing later tonight.

157 comments:

  1. So far the most fun thing I've done this winter is go home for a visit. Living a loooooong way away from home right now and it was just what I needed! Although, your fun day sounds really great - maybe that's the perfect follow up! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. Unfortunately, the most fun I've had this winter is quilting. Didn't do much of anything else because of work.

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  3. Hmmm the funnest thing I've done is probably attend an all day Sew with my Quilt Guild! Staying inside and being cozy is my idea of a lovely winter day :)

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  4. There's no winter here? So how?

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  5. I would say the most fun I've had this winter is wedding dress shopping with my daughter. :)

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  6. I looked after 3 of my grandchildren, ages 6, 4 and almost 2 for an entires week while their parents went on a cruise :)

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  7. I rode a rickety wooden sled for 45 minutes down the side of a mountain in Germany in fog so thick I couldn't see the next turn - with my kids on board. Crazy fun. Maybe just crazy.

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  8. It's just getting into autumn in my neck of the woods, but my summer fun involved beaches, chasing kids (mine) along the beach and lazy days enjoying the warmth.

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  9. That looks so wintery! I cannot think of anything crazy, I think I have blocked winter out and am looking forward to Spring!

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  10. Don't kno if this count as funny but I rode my bike every single day no matter the snow!
    Thanks for the giveaway and greetings from germany, Hildy
    hildy@ebertzeder.de

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  11. I think the funniest thing was went I went to Florida for a week and posed in the sand for a picture to prove I was at the beach, and after 5 tries, my sister still wasn't able to "work" the camera so no beach picture. But I have lots of pictures of quilt shops I visited! Love the fabric!

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  12. Driving to the north of the UK to surprise my son for his birthday! He's in in second year at uni and we'd told him we couldn't get up to see him!

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  13. We had no snow at all this year and hardly any really cold weather here (NC) but we did enjoy a couple of nice fires in the fireplace with Irish Coffee.

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  14. Well, maybe not that funny.. but we did have a laugh at the end as we thought it looked like a Buster Keaton's sketch...
    It's so windy where we live that sometimes it is impossible to walk. We had to clean our chicken's coop and needed to put new straw and wood shavings in their nest. It took us 5 runs of about 5 minutes each because of the intermittent showers that the lovely Irish weather provides too... It looked more like a fox had gone in and killed all the fowl instead of us sorting out their space...
    Between running, laughing and the chickens fighting agains the wind... we should have recorded it on camera...

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  15. This winter, we've baked a really large cookie and were laughing so much how to eat it :D

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  16. I made heart garlands with my 2 grandsons (7 and 4) by mixing shaving cream and acrylic paint on waxed paper-it got all over but we ended up smelling really good!

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  17. We haven't had a winter here in the NorthEast - but the first 'snow' storm, we went out to throw snowballs - what you could scoop - very comical with a bunch of 'senior citizens' who can't hit the broad side of the barn.

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  18. Well, this really isn't MY story since I had to stay home with the boys....my DH was in Florida doing a little fishing in the Gulf when they saw 6 dolphins playing volleyball with a stingray. Yes, complete with pushing him with their noses and swatting him up to 15 ft high (out of the water!) with their tails. Certainly was a hoot to hear my DH tell the story!!
    BTW - thanks for the chance of the giveaway, LOVE Flea Market Fancy but my budget hasn't allowed for me to acquire any yet. Keeping my fingers crossed for my upcoming birthday!

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  19. Funnest thing I've done cannot top sitting in a hot spring with snow falling! How awesome!

    Okay. I forgot about vacationing at Hilton Head the week before Christmas. While everyone else was cold, rainy and in the midst of chaos...we were on the beach...enjoying spectacular sunsets, eating out, staying at an awesome condo, exploring the island, learning about the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, shopping, playing, watching tv....

    you asked! LOL

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  20. We went to the Sugar Bowl in January. It was an excellent time except for the part where our team lost in the last seconds. But still.

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  21. The most fun thing I did this Winter... went to Germany to visit my husband's family and friends - that was fun :) We didn't have much snow this year so there wasn't any fun outdoor playing but we have been enjoying taking a lot more walks with our dog than usual in Winter and it is already in the60s/70s here even tho it is March! Crazy!

    Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  22. The most fun I've had this winter is teaching my 17 year old daughter how to quilt. :)

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  23. We had a pretty uneventful winter, but my little Gracie (6) said the funnest thing we did was make cookies for her birthday in January, lol!
    Thank you for the AWESOME giveaway!!

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  24. I was fortunate to attend a quilt retreat in the North Georgia Mountains. Along with lots of sewing we laughed until we cried. Thanks for the chance to win! Great fabric!

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  25. The funniest thing I have done this winter is going to a rug hooking day. We all sat there and hooked ate great food and won prizes.

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  26. The most fun I had this winter was watching my little boy swimming in the pool at our hotel and then playing cards until all hours - this has been a really beautiful mild winter - in the 60s and 70s in March way up north in North Dakota! Thanks for the chance to win such cute fabric!!

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  27. we took the kids skiing for the first time this winter. they absolutely loved it.

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  28. I like going ice skating. Unfortunately it seldom cold enough here for that.

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  29. The funniest thing ... I think a trip to Praga (a week-end trip) when in Europe we have had the bad weather in a century I think ... so we have had more fun drinking hot chocolate and skating and then a wonderful sauna!!!!
    Thanks for the giveaway ^__^

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  30. My birthday dinner with my husband and daughter at my favorite restaurant.

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  31. Going for nice long walks with Bibi our beagle in the snow!

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  32. Not a lot of snow here in MD. The funnest day was when my husband was gone all Saturday buying a new car and my three daughters and I adopted a cat from the Animal Relief Fund. He would never have wanted us to get another cat, but if there was ever a day to do it with impunity, that was the day. He was so excited about his new car he barely batted an eyelash at the new cat. The kids love her and I'm so glad we got her!

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  33. Tn has not had a winter at all this year but the best thing I have done is hang out with some awesome new friends every Friday night! It is great to have them!

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  34. I miss snowmobiling!!! Love your picture. The funnest thing I have done is go to the Caribbean for a week and enjoy some sun and fun for a few days.

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  35. We went on a family vacation the week after Christmas that was a lot of fun! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. Well, this winter we adopted a rescue dog. A labradoodle, full of energy and affection and definitely fun!

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  37. My husband and I had to try three times to see the Emancapation Proclamation which was on loan from Wash. D.C. got up three times at 2 a.m. to wait in line to see it - twice we had to leave as it was taking too long and we had to get to work! Third time was a charm! thanks for the FMF giveaway!

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  38. My husband and I took our 3 and 1 yr olds skiing. I think that might have been the silliest thing! But they both did very well! We were more exhausted than them on the ride home though!

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  39. Winter, what winter? The funnest thing was only having to wear gloves about 15 days the whole winter, vs. the usual every day here in Minnesota. Amazing. Thank you for the chance to win this fabric. So pretty.

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  40. Funnest thing this winter was a sleep over sew day with a good friend. I learned a ton and got a major project cut and ready to piece. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  41. One of the funnest things that I have done this winter was taking my quilting buddy cross country skiing - the day was perfect, incredibly warm and beautiful! Afterwards, we watched the downhill skiers and had a pop - it was memorable!!I am just wondering how sore she was the following day!!

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  42. Sadly, we have had no snow this year, so the most fun I have had has been making paper snowmen with my son. He wants to make a real snowman so badly! One of these days I guess...

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  43. that sounds amazing!!
    The most fun we've had this winter was setting up lights and skating in our backyard at night with our kids and friends. Hot chocolate and sparkle lights and the sounds of kids laughing and shooting a puck around. it was lovely.

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  44. It was funnest of all having our daughters & all of our grand kids here for Christmas. What a house full! Wouldn't have it any other way.

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  45. Sadly no Winter, but yesterday I had a pillow fight with my two year old son, he was so happy and it was the funnest thing I have done a long time.
    cutekipepeo(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. Singing In the Night Garden jingle with my little granddaughter on Christmas Day, complete with silly voices. She loved it and so did I!
    Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

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  47. I fell up the stairs are work just last week. Not so funny for me but very funny for the lady that was walking down them at the same time.

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  48. Definitely enjoying a two week visit over Christmas with our grandson. He came home on leave from Andrews AFB Maryland where he is stationed with the Air Force. It was the first time I had seen him in almost 10 months. It was especially because we didn't expect him and he just came strolling in one evening yelling Merry Christmas!!! Definitely at the top of my fun meter! Thanks for a chance to win some quilting treasure. Hugs...

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  49. Winter? What's that? It was extra mild here in Florida this year. We usually have five or so nights with frost and this year had one. Nothing funny or amazing to recount.

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  50. The funnest thing we have done this winter is taking our kids snowboarding in W VA. We live in Florida but our kids LOVE to snowboard. So we spent three glorious days in Snowshoe, which accommodated us with a fine snowfall :-)

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  51. Taking my 2.5 year old son sledding for the first time. He kept saying "faster faster!". I think he liked it!

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  52. In a normal year, I would have to agree with Corrie and say snowmobiling but I live in MA and snow has been limited. My hubby has been driving 4+ hours each way to go to northern NH and VT for the day. That is just too long a trip for me so I have not gone at all this year!

    But I did make a lap quilt on Saturday and Sunday last week while my hubby was in VT. I think that is a record time for me, 18 hours of work from beginning to end on an easy pattern. It was fun for me! :)

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  53. I took my kids to the zoo! Twice. And the aviary once. We went on warm days so we wouldn't freeze. My kids are little and don't last long in the snow, so it was nice having the option to do something else they would really enjoy.

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  54. Hmmm, just trying to think...a special date out with my husband to a place we'd never eaten at..and just spending time together.

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  55. I got to spend time with my daughter who was home from China! So glad to see her! Thanks for the chance to win some fabulous fabric!

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  56. We were able to take our boys sledding two days in a row and had a ball! Little did we know that was all the sledding we'd get to do for the whole winter! (We had to dig shorts out yesterday!)

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  57. Since I moved to Texas from St. Louis I am snowless. I don't mind though. It is a nice change. Love FMF.

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  58. I guess my quilt retreat at Ruby's Inn in February would have to be the funnest thing this winter!

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  59. Hubby and I got to tell the parental units they were going to be grand parental units this summer!

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  60. No snow here, but we had a wonderfully mild winter, so lots of outdoor activities were ongoing. Including, playing croquet and horseshoes. Thanks for the give away chance.

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  61. Since we haven't had much winter here in northern California, I can't think of anything wintery that I've done. We haven't even been snow skiing, I'm still hopeful that we will make it skiing.

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  62. Nothing really. No snow here. :(

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  63. I spent Christmas in Hawaii!!! It was so much fun to be at the beach on Christmas day. No snow, but I live in the desert and we never have snow at Christmas or any other time, so I'm used to it.
    keels@mvdsl.com

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  64. We got to enjoy warm temps!! That was amazing fun here in Northern Illinois. :)

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  65. Wow!! Your day sounds awesome-- I can't think of anything nearly that fun!! :-) My most fun day, I think, would be the day back in December, when we took our granddaughter for her first trip to the zoo.. she LOVED the giraffes! Their enclosure is built with an area that allows the giraffes to eat from you hand, and she was amazed by those huge animals.. :-) FUN and wonderful memories! :-)

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  66. Ha! It is our son's, Rick, birthday today too! Our best winter fun was our annual family trip to the snow. It is always so much fun with the little ones.

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  67. It a short list this year, since I am 8 months pregnant, but I would have to say taking my boys sledding with my & my dad only. It's not very often 3 generations get to hang out all afternoon by theirselves.

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  68. I live in Wisconsin - and winter isn't usually something I think of as "fun". Being big Green Bay Packer fans, I guess my fun is watching football with the hubby on Sundays.

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  69. Not too much fun here...just the ordinary day to day stuff. We have had a very mild winter here...but we have had a couple snowfalls over the weekend. We had some family over to go sledding and build a fire to keep warm...we all had a lot of fun!

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  70. We didn't even really have a winter here in Texas this year. Most of my fun had to do with finishing quilting projects. We were too busy to travel this year!

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  71. Well this "winter" (I'm not sure that you can classify an Arizona winter as true winter) we've been trying to do lots of things. But one of my favorites was a day trip to the Wild West town of Tombstone! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  72. Hmmm, we didn't have much winter in Indiana this year. Hardly any snow! But the funnest thing I did this winter was escape to the Caribbean for a little cruise with my husband and parents. Love cruising!

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  73. Spent lots of time at he YMCA with my wife and daughter, in the pool.

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  74. such fun, I used to snowmobile all the time when I was young. We went almost every day and tubing behind.
    My son's bball game was fun, the one when he scored a 3 pointer to tie the game! Thanks for the chance to win flea market fancy, I love that stuff. Nancy and I preordered some and haven't received it! We are getting worried and we're so bummed we didn't order from you!

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  75. Hubby and I crossed a mountain pass ( driveing not waking) and went to 2 musems and a boat show... did dinner in the big city... spent the night and hurried home the next day because more snow was comeing in and we did not want to get stuck on the far side of the mountain...

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  76. We went on holiday to Holland to visit the in-laws. A winter getaway to a winter climate. It was fun.

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  77. Funnest thing I've done is working on some quilting projects. We didn't go anywhere, and have had only enough snow for 2 days of snowmobiling. Very unusual for here!

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  78. Snowmobiling, hot tubing, and snowing. What fun you had. It sounds amazing. thanks, kathy

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  79. We didn't have much Winter here so I guess it would be storing fat.LOL

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  80. I took my kids to one of the stops on the International Pedigree Stage Stop Dog Sled Race. We had a blast and there was tons of snow to play in. It was fun to watch the excitment of the dogs as they left and their satisfied tiredness when they came in.

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  81. No winter here.. But, I done a lot of quilting and sewing :)

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  82. One of the funnest things I have done was our Family Christmas and my Dad's 82nd birthday get together... or was it doing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING the day after my daughter's wedding??? Getting thru that and her college graduation the month before kept us from doing much else this winter.

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  83. We took a 2 week, 4000 mile road trip in our VW bus. Went to a very large VW gathering at Lake Havasu, AZ in January. Saw the coast, redwoods, Lake Tahoe, Death Valley, Lake Havasu, Phoenix, Tucson and all points inbetween. It was great. Came home to the aftermath of an enormous ice storm that downed trees and left a huge mess we are still cleaning up.

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  84. Not much of a winter in Texas! Ha! Probably just lots of sewing inside!

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  85. I really wish I could tell you something fun and exciting. We didn't experience winter here in middle Tennessee. No snow at all. I love this 80 degree weather, but I'm sure we will have some freezing in April. We always do.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  86. Is it too sad that I can't think of anything really really funny happening to me this winter? Been too busy packing and moving to a new appartment. Mind you, I don't mean it wasn't fun to finally be living in OUR OWN appartment, which we renovated just the way we wanted... but there was so much cleaning to do (there still is!), plus working, that it feels like it's been a lost year in my life. But spring looks promising. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric! :-D

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  87. I'd probably have to say taking my daughters to their first concert. We went and saw Taylor Swift back in November.

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  88. We welcomed a new addition to our family this winter. Doesn't get much more exciting than that!

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  89. I have had a great time this winter doing some hand sewing and watching Netflix. Kind of lame but that's what happens when your hubby travels all the time :-)

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  90. HI:

    Not much went on this winter. We stayed home and didn't travel. I did have my grandkids a bunch of times and they are always an adventure. one of them left one of his ant bugs behind and I have been taking him with me, I named him icky crumb, and I take pics of all sorts of places and then I email the pics to my grandson. He is having great fun seeing where I take icky. Sorry to say that has been pretty much the highlight of my winter. Now that I think about it I have been sewing all winter.

    thanks

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  91. The most fun thing I did this winter was have all of my family over between Christmas and New Years. We all had a great time together.

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  92. It was too cold and snowy to be much fun here. I stayed inside and sewed as much as possible.
    Thanks for the fun giveaway. I love the Flea Market Fancy prints!

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  93. All the quilt until wilt nights I spent with my quilting friends.

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  94. HOW ABOUT GOING OUT IN THE VERY FIRST SNOWFALL AND BUILDING A CAMPFIRE+ROASTING HOT DOGS+MARSHMALLOWS-YEA!
    THANKS SO FOR YOUR BLOG!
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING IN THIS GIVEAWAY TOO !

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  95. Meu inferno e só em 21 de de junho.mas, de qualquer maneira eu quero participar do sorteio,estes tecidos são lindos.Por favor não retire o meu comentário do sorteio,ficarei magoada de novo.ps:denovo,não é para você,desculpe.Um dia desses entrei em um sorteio e falei a verdade:Aqui não é primavera...no dia...estava lá:Seu comentário foi retirado pelo autor.Daí...MAGOEI.Obrigada pela chance.

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  96. Well, it doesn't even snow here....so no wintery winter memories, but the best memories was from having my parents over for Christmas - this was the first year our son was old enough to actually take in what was going on - he was only 3 months the previous year. :D

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  97. The most fun this winter -- our Christmas celebrations. Thanks for a wonderful chance to win some FMF.

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  98. Most fun this winter? Taking care of my grandkids for a week while their parents went on vacation. I love those kids to pieces!!!

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  99. played with the fan outside in the "snow"

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  100. The most fun this winter was sewing patchwork in a warm room, with friends, tea and cakes. In Gemany the winter was very cold.
    Elke L.

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  101. The funnest thing I've done this winter? Oh, that's a tough one, I can't think of anything particular or special that I've done. Maybe the stained glass workshop I went on?

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  102. Hmmm haven't done much this winter. However the nicest thing has been that the weather has been GREAT!

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  103. I visited family over the holidays! And, went to several quilt shops in that area. :-)

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  104. Just waiting huh! Well i'll throw my hat in the ring. The best thing i've done is get together with a ton of my college gf's and families for an evening. It's so fun to be around people that you call family! ♥

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  105. I had a baby!! While not really funny it was pretty awesome!

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  106. The funnest thing - take the little ones to the park. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. The funnest thing I did this winter was go on my first cruise to Mexico. It was fabulous!

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  108. The funnest thing I've done this winter is we had a soup party! We invited all our family/friends to come over and bring their favorite soup! We put all the soups out (we had 20!) and everybody gets to taste everybody else's soups! (yes, we went through about 100 bowls and spoons!) Then, everybody gets to vote on which soup is their favorite! Votes are tallied and the winner is: ME! With ''Iowa Chowder'', recipe from limegreenkitchen.com :)

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  109. I don't know about the funniest thing I have done this winter...maybe go to the beach...

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  110. We aren't in winter yet..., we're in summer time!!!!, but for me the funniest thing to do, is get wet with the rain :)

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  111. I guess it's been fun wearing shorts this winter! Seems winter skipped Texas this year!

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  112. Most fun thing I did was to watch my son sled in the snow. It was his first "real" winter and even though it was mild, we had more snow than he had ever seen before. Thanks for the chance to win the FMF fabric!

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  113. I let my daughter go to school in flip flops without realizing it. She couldn't find her boots and doesn't like her shoes. Her teacher called me when she got there to let me know she needed appropriate shoes if she wanted to go out to recess. Wasn't funny at the time, but now I can laugh at it :)

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  114. Funnest thing this winter is we didn't have winter.....only a couple of 1-2 inch snowstorms and no really cold weather. It's been a GREAT winter !!

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  115. Hmm, guess that would be plotting with the spouse on a new web idea and enjoying all the laughter and fun associated with it.

    Thanks for a chance.

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  116. We took the kids to the mountains to find some 'real' snow and go toboganning for the day, so fun!

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  117. Thanks so much for accommodating my special order the other day and getting my fabric sent so fast! Count me in on the drawing...

    I can't believe you have that much snow... in Iowa, it's like summer today!

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  118. made fleece tie blankets and tied my dog in one betwwen the layers.....................TWICE. I am a slow learner. sigh

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  119. Oooh great giveaway! Just ordered some precuts from your store yesterday.

    I went ice skating with my daughter for the first time this winter. In fact it was a first time only for her, but I spent more time on my butt than my four year old. That was just hillarious.

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  120. Playing in the snow with my kids. Didn't get any skiing in this winter.

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  121. The suppose the "funnest" thing I did this winter was to let my sister, who was visiting from out of town, host an impromptu girlfriend party (sisters, cousins & best friends)at my house the day after Christmas. There was great food and lots of laughs. The best part was that I didn't have to lift a finger and when it was over, well I was already home.

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  122. I think the funnest thing this winter was going to a parade in another town. Brrrrr, it was cold but the hot chocolate was good and it was a blast to get see all the cars, etc.

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  123. i am not sure i have done anything fun this winter. since the first of the year, lots of sickness. son in hospital right now and it is not fun. but i have had fun with the little grandkids in what little snow we have had. linda gerig

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  124. One of the most fun things I did was to take my 4 year old to a traditional British pantomime before Christmas - oh yes I did!
    FMF is top of my wish list - thanks for the giveaway :)

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  125. The funnest thing I have done...was spending a lot of time with my daughter and son this winter. It wasn't a very cold one out so we were able to do a lot inside and outside.
    Wonderful giveaway!

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  126. I went sledding on a very narrow path on a heavily wooded hill. The speed combined with the danger was quite exhilarating. As an added bonus, thoughts of "Ethan Frome" flashed through my mind as I was careening wildly down the hill, narrowly missing big trees, which reminded me that I should reread that book, an old favorite. ;)

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  127. Sounds like a lot of fun :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  128. Loving the fabric, I have made lots of baby quilts with your fabrics. Spending time with my gorgeous family has been lots of fun this year.

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  129. The most fun I had was singing Christmas carols around a bonfire with my family on Christmas Eve. It's certain to become a new tradition!'

    Thank you for offering us a chance to win some yummy fat quarters from this great new fabric line!

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  130. The most fun winter thing I did this year was play in the snow with the grandkids.

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  131. didn't have much of one...but it's always fun to snuggle up indoors

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  132. I don't know, we've had so much fun with lots of visits from children and grandchildren. Great winter so far.

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  133. Well, I haven't done much of anything "fun" but on New Years Eve I had a brunch at my house and a baby shower for my DIL. That was fun and very special! Thanks for the giveaway... and now I need to go find your post about using specialty thread on the bobbin??? hmmm, I am on a mission here.

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  134. Going to the beach for a weekend with my family, any time I can spend time with those I love, is the most fun, wonderful time in my life..great giveaway, hope I am lucky tonight!!

    diannemitzel1@hotmail.com

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  135. A little pre-winter fun was spending Thanksgiving at Pigeon Forge with all my family... Of course we bought two new sleds for Christmas and have only seen a flake or two this winter. 86 today!

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  136. Most fun all winter -- spending time with our kiddos at Christmas! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  137. Last month I got to fly home to see my family for the first time in 2+ years...super fun!

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  138. watching my little girl enjoy playing in the snow so much!

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  139. The most fun I had this winter was to ride the Polar Express with the little grands. Oh what a magical trip!

    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  140. The craziest thing I did this winter was to not take even one snow day. Connecticut had virtually no winter - no snow days and no fun!

    Sure would love those fat quarters though! :-)

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  141. We had no winter here in MN this year!!! Well....it was technically winter, just no snow or typical winter weather. :)
    It was fun watching the eagles in our trees next to the lake.....they were so close to our house that I didn't want to let the dog outside! The attraction was a dead duck that our dog brought home.....from our neighbor's garage.....not a good thing......
    Would love some new fatties to create with! :)

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  142. I live in canada, and we usally get lots of snow, but not this winter. We did get a dump a few weeks ago, and my kids had fun trying to make tunnels in the snow.

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  143. That's a hard question for me - we've had a pretty ordinary winter - if you can call it that as hot as it's been here. But ordinary days are some of the best to remember.

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  144. Since we really did not have a winter here ... it was in the 80's today ... I think the funniest thing was just I could wear shorts all winter long!!

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  145. Frolicking in the snow with our dogs--far and away the most fun we have had, same story every winter.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  146. No snow here this winter so I guess Christmas was our most fun thing; seeing the kids "light up" over their gifts was worth all the work ;>) Thanks for chance to win! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  147. The most fun thing I did this winter was wear crazy wigs with my mom, my bro and his girlfriend and go shopping at Costco. it was a hooot!

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  148. I have had a great winter. The most fun I have had, has been shopping for a new sewing machine. first I was looking at all the Vikings, then moved on to Janomes. I just brought the Janome Horizon home today, now trying to learn what to do with it.

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  149. So far the most fun thing I have done is make reservations to visit my daughter and son in law in Austin and I'll be there in one week!

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  150. I usually have a comment for you. But living in So Cal we have had no winter and no fun. Maybe I need some new fabric! Feeling lucky!
    Deb

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  151. The most fun thing that I've done this winter is fly to Florida to visit my Mom!! We didn't get much snow this year either so nothing much happening there. But I did enjoy my visit and we had lots of laughs!! Would love to win some of this fabric! Thanks for the chance!

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  152. What winter? Im still waiting. Well, mmmm...ahh...you know now that I think about it...it is finishing TWO quilts in one weeks time and entering them in a quilt show happening this weekend! Wahooo!

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  153. Ooooh, pretty fabrics! The most fun thing we've done this winter? Playing Just Dance for Wii with my 2 little girls.

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  154. I stomped in a few rainy mud puddles and felt like a kid. Does that count? I sure had fun doing it.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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