Thursday, November 15, 2012

Marmalade Day!

More Marmalade
yum!
 Love this line!
In the store - we have 5" charm packs,
jelly rolls,
flannel charm packs,
and a few mini charms.



Update:  Congrats to Quiltsmiles #105.
You are the winner tonight!
 
 Our giveaway today is a 
5" Marmalade charm pack.
To enter the drawing, 
leave a comment 
about jelly.
Random drawing tonight.

161 comments:

  1. lol a comment about jelly? that I love it in all forms, in the lovely spreadable one, the one I use for my sconnes and in the roll fabric version! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. I love Jelly. Once I found a cup of Jelly that had been left under the lounge for a couple of weeks and it felt like rubber!
    Thanks for the chance to win. It's a great giveaway.

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  3. I love Marmalade fabric (but not the stuff you spread on toast!!) and I adore charm packs!! Jelly - I love jelly rolls but prefer jam to jelly. Unless you are in England and jelly is the North American version of jello then I love jelly! Confused yet!? Super duper giveaway - as always :)

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  4. Ah ice-cold jelly, one of life's simple pleasures, guaranteed to bring a smile. Looks good on the plate, tastes delicious, and slides down a treat!

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  5. Have you ever made those crockpot meatballs that take Grape Jelly and chili sauce??? Mmmmmmmmmmmmm.

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  6. Love jelly and have started to make my own. Some successful, some not but it is fun to learn and to try out different fruits. Thanks for the chance to win some marmalade I won't have to cook.

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  7. I love Marmalade - the fabric, that's ist! I use jelly only as filling in cookies are cakes! Thanks for the giveaway and greetings from germany, Hildy
    hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

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  8. Butter and strawberry jelly on white bread folded over into the shape of a "half" sandwich was my favorite snack as a child. It is still very high on my list of comfort foods!

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  9. Hmmm I'm in the UK and here jelly is what you call 'jello'(I think!!) Your 'jelly' is our jam!! Confused? so am I!!
    I love raspberry!

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  10. I'm not a fan of the Jelly you eat but the fabric kind is sew delicious!

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  11. I love jelly rolls, both the fabric and the food.

    My favorite sandwich in my younger days was butter and jelly on toast. I still have this maybe once or twice a year.

    Thank you for offering this great giveaway!

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  12. I love jelly food and fabrics,both are delicious!Thanks!!

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  13. Apple jelly is the best! And so are those fabrics...yummy!

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  14. Hmmm jelly other than the fact that I love it on a biscuit in the morning, I also love it in my meatloaf....

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  15. I love making jelly & jam. My favotrite jelly is Spruce tip. Yum!

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  16. I love raspberry. I always thought Marmalade was a more grown up taste. Well, I am grown up now...lol.

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  17. I love this line! Now, by jelly, I assume you're talking about what you call jam and we call jelly and not what you call Jello and we call jelly?

    So for jam/jelly, I love it, pretty much any flavour, cherry most of all. I can't eat marmalade though - I'm allergic to oranges.

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  18. Hi Corrie. Thank you for sharing your
    sweet marmalade with us. My favorite
    jelly is apricot. :0) Trish xo

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  19. My favorite jam is homemade strawberry jam - I make it myself

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  21. Last year at Christmas my cousin's wife gave me some homemade grapefruit jelly yummy! First time I ever had any ..... yummy!
    Sure would love to win the Marmalade Charms.

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  22. I love this line too!
    My favourite jelly is orange :)

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  23. I wonder what kind of jelly they have at Jellystone Park ?!?

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  24. My favorite jelly is Grape but I love the apricot chicken that my mom makes using apricot jelly!

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  25. I love strawberry jelly on fresh, warm waffles.

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  26. Our jelly is your jello....I love jelly slice! And it has to be red jelly, no other jelly tastes as good.

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  27. Homemade raspberry jelly is my favorite!

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  28. This time of year I can never have enough apricot jelly, so many great sweets to make with it!

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  29. Memories-- My Mom making mayhaw jelly......Louisiana about as far south as you can get.... Upper Michigan just doesn't grow those.....

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  30. My favorite is blackberry jelly! I hate apricot jelly but love apricots!

    Thanks Corrie!

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  31. Raspberry jelly is my favorite...well may actually be a jam.

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  32. My favaorite is my mom's homemade raspberry jelly!

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  33. I love jelly and jam. I have a great recipe for kiwi jam which is very yummy!

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  34. I love jelly on a big ole hot biscuit:)

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  35. just fell in love with a hot spicey pepper jelly great on toasted bagle with cream cheese.

    Robin in Washington State
    assweetaspeaches hotmail

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  36. I rarely eat jelly or jam, but love this fabric line. Thanks for the chance to win

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  37. Favorite candy is JELLY bellies!!

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  38. This year my daughter-in-law made her very first apple jelly. It was wonderful....thanks for the giveaway!!

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  39. This is going to sound totally gross...but grape jelly on toast topped with crispy bacon is amazing!!!

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  40. I love mix berry's jelly. It's great on english muffins.

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  41. Great prints in this fabric line. I grew up in Louisiana. The "jelly" I remember most from my childhood is Fig Preserves:) Lots of fig preserves on white bread (Evangeline Maid) in those years.

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  42. I was just given the most wonderful jar of jelly(it's actually jam.)It is a no sugar added Seedless Black Raspberry. The best I've ever had. My son's favorite is Orange Marmalade! All this talk of jelly...makes me hungry. I'm off to have a piece of toast with jelly!

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  43. I love homemade jelly - My mother in law and I have created a special bond through making jelly and picking the produce to do it (which here in Wyoming, where nothing grows, amounts to Oregon grapes and chokecherries).

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  44. My mother in law brought over 5 jars of various homemade jellies!! My kiddos are super happy and looking forward to many pb&j sandwiches this winter :)
    I love this line it's so pretty!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Jen Nelson
    graciesophiaboutique@comcast.net

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  45. I have a picture of me as a toddler up on the table eating out of the jelly jar. It's one of my favorites!

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  46. My son eats a grape jelly sandwich every day for lunch!

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  47. Raspberry jelly is my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win-I love Marmalade!!!

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  48. Of course I love anything fattening...so jelly is right up there on my list. Jelly rolls, however...much better for you!

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  49. in denmark we eat bread with havarti cheese and a little jelly on top! its yummy

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  50. Yum, jelly. I love jelly. On rolls, biscuits, croissants, bread, crackers, you name it :-) I make my own strawberry jam when the strawberries come in. But Marmalade, now THAT is THE best jelly!!!

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  51. When I was a kid, we would go to my friend's grandma's house after school. There we would eat toast with strawberry rhubarb jam...like jelly, but better =D

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  52. I love making jelly with my mom when I was little. My favorites were red raspberry and cherry! We would spend the day in the field by the woods picking raspberries. Filling our bowels and buckets with warm fruit. Thanks for helping me relive a much loved memory!

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  53. Mmmm - jelly and cream cheese on toast! I prefer jam or preserves, but good home-made jelly can totally hit the spot as well! Thank you for the chance at this giveaway!

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  54. I'm more of a jam fan than jelly, although I do have a really good jar of red pepper jelly that is great with cream cheese on crackers. Enjoy your giveaway - and count me in!
    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  55. Raspberry is my favorite jelly :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  56. I've been trying on and off all day to say I like jam! Or jelly!

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  57. I like Morello Cherry jam. I also like my friends homemade jams. all off them

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  58. I just recently had the best homemade peach jelly. So good on homemade biscuits! Love Marmalade too :) Thanks!!

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  59. love the Marmalade line - I've been 'stocking' it since I found it on the MODA website!
    my jelly comment.... my great grandma made all her own jelly and jam - she taught me how when I was 14... after baking the apple pies, take all your peels, skins and cores, toss into a pot and simmer down to a mush - strain it through cheesecloth to remove the gunk, then add Certo - makes a gorgeous 'rose' tinted jelly! my favorite on toast... but mine never comes out as well as hers did!
    my homemade marmalade, however, turns out great!

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  60. Mmmmm... jelly is wonderful! Great with peanut butter, on bagels, in tiny pies and tarts... Yum, yum! Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

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  61. "it shook when he laughed, like a bowlful of jelly"!! ;O)
    Thank you for the chance

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  62. When I hear the word marmalade I remember my ex-husband and his college buddies and their European vacation. He ran short on funds in Paris and lived on orange marmalade and french bread for a week. He still can't eat orange marmalade.

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  63. I love cherry jelly. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  64. If you line up a row of homemade jelly in the window and look thru it it's almost as pretty as Marmalade. I love every kind of jelly except grape. Way too many peanut butter and grape jelly sandwiches as a kid.

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  65. In England what you call jelly we call jam, what we call jelly you call jello. For jam/jelly my favourite is homemade strawberry jam. As for jelly/jello I only like it in trifle. The maramlade squares look lovely, thanks for the giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  66. Great fabric line!!! I make several kinds of jelly and jam each summer with the granddaughters. The difference between jelly and jam is that jelly is made with juice and jam is made with fruit.

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  67. I remember singing the peanut butter and jelly song all the time in high school. My girl friends loved it, my guy friends hated it! :)

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  68. The ways I love jelly: making it, eating it, sewing it, sharing it, looking at it on a shelf, and smelling it.

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  69. In our house "Marmalade" is refered to as "Nanalade" as our Nana makes the best marmalade from her productive orchard.
    "Jelly" is that horrid wobbly stuff made from crystals! I'm an Aussie and the only time it gets put to good use is in Triffle!
    "Jam", homemade of course, is best on toast!

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  70. I used to make jelly every year when my children were young. Their favorite was refrigerated strawberry jam(mine too). Now I'm older I buy the no sugar added kind and use it rarely. Thanks for the chance on your giveaway. The fabric line is so lovely.

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  71. I've been enjoying homemade strawberry on toast everyday! Thanks! I'm going to call you if I am going to quilt group.

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  72. It felt completely satisfying to make raspberry jam (sorry, not jelly!) out of my OWN raspberries this year!

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  73. We don't eat jelly here, only good old fashioned jam. And I made my own this summer from blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries all mixed together and it's my new favourite.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. My new way to annoy my 9 year old is to tell her that "it's peanut butter jelly time" whenever we pack her lunch in the morning. Nothing like making your kids roll their eyes at you!

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  75. Love the Marmalade! We mainly eat strawberry freezer jam. I think it's the best!

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  76. I love the charm pack! Hmmm, a comment about jelly. I always go to Kitchen Kettle in Intercourse, PA and "have lunch" there trying all their jellies, jams and relishes!

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  77. There's nothing like homemade apricot preserves. My kids won't touch an apricot, but they don't think twice about the jelly on their toast! Priceless!

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  78. There's nothing like homemade apricot preserves. My kids won't touch an apricot, but they don't think twice about the jelly on their toast! Priceless!

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  79. Jelly...place it in between puff pastry and bake it in the oven for a YUMMY breakfast treat or snack or whenever if you can't help yourself :-)

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  80. My mother makes wonderful marmalade - both kumquat and orange. Her grape jelly is great, my sister makes fab plum jelly, and my niece-in-law makes good blackberry jelly. All are a lot of work, require a talent I don't have, and I love to eat them to show my appreciation.

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  81. Mmmm marmalade! But really I just like grape jelly.

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  82. Fresh pomegranite jelly is the yummiest to make and eat during the holidays.

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  83. I love cherry jelly, especially on a peanut butter sandwich. Don't like marmalade, but I do like the fabric line.

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  84. I used to make grape jelly for my family, but now they prefer strawberry freezer jam. I love peach freezer jam. Thanks! raybanfandango at hotmail dot com

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  85. My grandma used to make the BEST homemade strawberry jam ever! And when we would visit, my grandpa would always pile it on thick! It was SO yummy!
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

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  86. HI! OH I HAVE TO MENTION "APRICOT"! IT IS SO TASTY! EITHER FREEZER OR COOKED+NOT JUST YUMMY ON ALL TOASTED+BAKED BREADS,BUT SO TASTY ON PORK TENDERLOINS AS A GLAZE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  87. Oh, Jelly! I do enjoy the jelly! This year we made blackberry jam, blackberry jelly, and strawberry fig preserves. Yum-O!

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  88. Must be Jam cause jelly don't giggle like that

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  89. Jelly...yum...with peanut butter or cream cheese!!

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  90. My favorite is seedless raspberry.

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  91. Peach jam......eat it by the spoonful!!!!!! XXXX

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  92. I'm a big fan of apricot jam and candy jellies!

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  93. I love blackberry Jelly. My mother in-law has thornless black berries and every summer she lets me pick them two weekends and I make blackberry jelly that is pretty much delicious! eatkin85@yahoo.com

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  94. Love jelly (English jelly) and jelly babies (English sweets) and I love jelly rolls!

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  95. I have made lots of jam but I have never made jelly. It seems like such a waste to not leave the chunks of fruit in it.

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  96. I"ve been told that I make the best grape jelly ever....of course, it's because I use muscadine grapes, that have grown in the south for years and years!

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  97. Like the grape jelly, but I think strawberry jelly is my favorite.

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  98. Once upon a time my roomate and I hade an argument about what was jelly and what was jam. I was of the opinion that jam was smooth and jelly was chuncky. I was wrong! But I still like jam best!

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  99. Sweet! What is in both jelly and marmalade? lol Jane

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  100. I've never made jelly, but I love it. Love marmalade too!

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  101. I've never made jelly, but I love it. Love marmalade too!

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  102. I love jelly! And I just love to smell it as it cooks to perfection! Love marmalade as well.

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  103. I am not a big eater of jellies and jams, but my mother used to make lots of different kinds of each.

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  104. I made Christmas Jelly last week., had to hide it from my husband. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  105. The day I make jelly is what I call my June Cleaver Day. :) I love making jelly and as much as we like it we can't eat all I make so I give lots away! blessings, marlene

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  106. When I was little I remember Mom picking grapes from our grapevine to use for her wonderful grape jelly. She loved making the jelly but hated picking the grapes... as the grapevine was a favourite spot for garter snakes to sun themselves. They surprised her more than once this way and she HATES snakes. Poor Mom!

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  107. jelly? back in the day i used to make jelly at berry picking time ... strawberry, raspberry from my backyard and blueberry and salmonberry from the wild. then, i'd freeze berries for jelly-making later in winter. now that i'm so much older, i think about all those jars of jelly i used to make, as i put a half teaspoon of store-bought jelly in my green tea in the morning.

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  108. Jelly! ::grins:: I picked scads of blackberries from our overgrown field this summer, and decided to make blackberry jelly! I haven't made jelly or jam in years, but I forged ahead - cooked it and canned it - and when it was cooled, it wasn't jelly after all - but wonderful blackberry syrup instead. Not good for toast, but good for pancakes/waffles or on ice cream, YUM! A happy accident indeed :)

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  109. we are out - gasp! - and it makes me want the cream cheese dip with pepper jelly - yum!

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  110. I just received a jar of homemade grapefruit jelly/jam, I'm really looking forward to enjoying it on toast, should be yum!

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  111. My favorite jelly is homemade strawberry on warm corn bread. Yum!!!!

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  112. My ten year old was diagnosed with Juvenille diabetes last week so now I have to buy sugar free jelly.

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  113. jelly, jam, preserves? All the same? I dunno but they all taste yummy :)

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  114. Even at 50 I love a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

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  115. The best if apricot jelly on fresh baked bread. Problem is I never know if I should pronounce the beginning letter with a long A or a short A.
    k3ll3yb0b at gmail dot com

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  116. I'd rather have jelly on my pancakes than syrup.

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  117. ah jelly while I enjoy you I actually prefer jam yum haha

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  118. I have been making homemade jam and jelly all week for Christmas presents. I made Peach Jam, Strawberry Vanilla Jelly and Raspberry Chipotle sauce. Everyone in my family knows to expect it in their stocking.

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  119. Any berry flavors are my favorite. For Thanksgiving I do a cranberry, strawberry and black cherry jam. Wonderful on leftover turkey and dressing sandwiches! Love the Marmalade fabric . Thank you for the great giveaway. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  120. I grew up with grape jelly - haven't eaten it sense! Lots of jams make me very happy, especially pear and strawberry; it's like summer in a jar. Love Marmalade (but I wouldn't eat it!).

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  121. For special occasions I make homemade jelly-filled doughnuts. They are delicious!

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  122. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.netNovember 15, 2012 at 5:09 PM

    I love apricot jam -- I think it is the sweet-sour flavor that I like. I have been drooling over this line of fabric and would love to win.

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  123. I likeall kinds of jelly, but the best is...JELLY BELLIES!!!@

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  124. I'm a fan of strawberry jam; as for jelly, I'm a fan of the fabric jelly roll kind.

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  125. Great giveaway! At our house, we love grape jelly & peanut butter, strawberry jam and we make home-made orange marmalade
    bread.

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  126. I like jellies...mint jelly to have with lamb, raspberry jelly for on vanilla ice cream, jelly bellies (almost impossible to find here in Mexico)and jelly rolls which I would like to get. Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway.

    thelady at hotmail.com

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  127. Raspberry jelly is my favorite! Thanks for a chance to win

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  128. i made black berry jelly thanks for the chance

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  129. Jelly rolls? I've never used one, but I would like to. Jelly spread? I prefer jam.

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  130. We love to sing the song..."Peanut---Peanut Butter---And Jelly!"

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  131. I am a grocery store jelly girl. I only eat grape jelly. I know, boring. Thanks for the chance!

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  132. I love strawberry jelly. Linda Gerig

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  133. I am not a fan of jelly. thanks for the giveaway.

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  134. I love homemade grape jelly! thanks! I love marmalade too.

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  135. I love chokecherry jelly! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  136. Nothing better than jelly. butter and a hot biscuit....

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  137. I'm more of a jam than jelly person - just wrapped up a jar of rhubarb jam for my son's teacher for "old fashioned school days" tomorrow... fitting I think.

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  138. my son and i made some tomato jam this fall-delicious-i'll send you some if i happen to win!

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  139. He had a broad face and a little round belly,
    That shook, when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly!
    I'm doing some Christmas sewing, can you tell?

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  140. My aunt made this Garlic jalopeno pepper jelly this summer, and I thought WEIRD... But poured over a hot tenderloin..mmmm.. dip your crab racoon in it... mmmmm, heat and pour over cream cheese.. OMG>.

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  141. I love strawberry jelly the best...and I love it stuffed between two french toast slices..oh yum!

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  142. My favorite jelly to make is black & blue -- blackberry jelly mixed with blueberry jam. It's delicious and tastes like summer. :)

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  143. Peanut butter and Jelly - two of the four food groups when I was little - lol!

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  144. Have you ever had pepper jelly? This is absolutely delicious on crackers: https://www.fostersmarket.com/shop/foster-s-private-label-and-gifts/seven-pepper-jelly.html

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  145. "...and he shook when he laughed like a bowl full of jelly" - this makes a lot more sense now that I know jelly and jello are the same thing.
    I'm a jalapeno pepper jelly lover - yum!

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  146. Gorgeous fabric! Not really a big jelly fan here, but I do like strawberry jam! :)

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  147. I love to watch my grandchildren eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, especially the little ones.

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  148. Love homemade jelly, especially from Door County in Wi....cherry! Wonderful...

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  149. Jalepeno jelly on cream cheese with crackers---yum! Those fabrics are very yummy!

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  150. I don't really like jelly. I'm a jam and preserves kind of gal. Raspberry/ strawberry

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