Monday, July 30, 2012

A Fat Quarter Shop GIVEAWAY : :

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Today I'm hosting a special Giveaway!
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Vintage Holiday Button

Have you seen? Heidi, who blogs at the Fabric Mutt, is hosting a Vintage Holiday Quilt A Long!  I believe that it's never too early to plan or begin sewing for the Holidays! So, this sounds like a perfect chance to cross that gorgeous new Holiday Quilt off your list, and to do it with lots of company, too!! 

You can find the story behind her quilt-a-long and all the details to join in here
as well as the flickr group to join here!  

There is still plenty of time -- sewing will start on August 6th, with two blocks planned each week! Once all those finishing touches are on your quilts and you all have reached that finish line, Heidi will host a linky party on the Fabric Mutt blog where everyone can show off their completed quilts. At the end of that week, a random drawing will be done for TWO to win an entire fat quarter bundle of Vintage Modern by Bonnie & Camille, courtesy the Fat Quarter Shop!! WOW!

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Today, to share the news of the Vintage Holiday Quilt Along and to celebrate this upcoming event, the Fat Quarter Shop has very generously offered up a $25 gift certificate to one of my readers!

FQS-25

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Enter to Win!
 
Here's how,
 
1. Simply leave a comment here in this post. You can include what you hope to make this year for the holidays! I always love reading all of your ideas! (one entry)

Enter now through Friday morning, August 3rd. Mr. Random will pick the winner and I will announce their name in a new post here on the blog.
 
* Note * This giveaway is open to EVERYONE! If you're a "no reply" or anonymous commenter, please remember to include your email address in your comment so that I can contact you should you win!

                                     
Wishing you all a beautiful new week!

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Thank you to all who entered this past week's Fat Quarter Shop Gift Certificate Giveaway!! 

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  From 425 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winner is...

Comment #419 -- Stephanie Zito who said... 

Awesome giveaway!!! I definitely need to make a new tree skirt this year and hopefully some festive placemats and a table runner! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

Congratulations Stephanie!!! I will be in touch shortly!

429 comments:

  1. I really want to make a Christmas Quilt - I just need to find the time!!!

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  2. I would love to make small tree skirts for my 'year' round Christmas trees!! Thank you, Pam

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  3. I'm hoping to make most of my christmas gifts - but I'll have a toddler and a 3month old.. so we shall see...

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  4. I am hoping to make a couple of quilts from some past issues of Quiltmania by Sandy Gervais. I am also making a tree skirt and have my eye on some patterns from my books and gifts and....... LOL

    Debbie

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  5. I want to make tree skirts for my daughters this year. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. new advent calendars for my daughters!

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  7. Oh what a fun project, although I am nowhere near ready to start thinking about winter!

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  8. I want to make a Christmas Tree Skirt this year !! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

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  9. I think I might make a burlap tree skirt. Ty for the giveaway.

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  10. I'm thinking about a new wallhanging and maybe a christmas tree skirt. I've still got some ongoing projects I want to finish first.

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  11. I just bought a new book with Christmas table runners that I plan to enjoy and make. Thanks for the chance of the give away. I just finishe cross stitching an alphgan that I have been wanting to make for years. It turned out really nice.

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  12. I want to make stockings for the family!

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  13. I would LOVE to make an Advent calendar for my sister, who will be a newlywed!!

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  14. I would like to make anything for the holidays. Seems I can't find the time. I always get around to it too late. dollartistcarla at aol dot com

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  15. I'm kinda chicken to make a king-size quilt, so I'm making a bed runner out of Blitzen by Moda to go over my white down comforter. Got all the materials - now I just need to get started!

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  16. I've started purchasing fabric to make my sister a quilt
    And this would for sure help pick up some more

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  17. I'd love to get my 4x5 Bee blocks together before Christmas- my colors were aqua and green with pops of red and I have an awesome Christmas print flannel to back it with. We'll see if I can get it done. Thanks for the chance!

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  18. I would love to make quilts for my nieces. I love sewing with all the girls fabric!

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  19. So far, I'm planning on table runners, placemats, and maybe a wall hanging or two.

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  20. I really, really want to make a Christmas Tree Skirt... have wanted to for a few years now!

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  21. I can't wait to start making stuff for my sister. I think she needs a Lorax reversible drawstring bag.

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  22. I hope to make a quilt for my brother made out of my dear late dad's shirts.... awolk at rogers dot com

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  23. I'm hoping to make a lap quilt for my mother-in-law. I had made a chevron quilt top for her, but I think it is too modern and will probably make her something a bit more traditional.

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  24. I'd like to finish a flannel quilt for each of my boys this holiday.

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  25. I make new potholders every Christmas, so I'll do those but haven't decided on a design yet. And this year it's my middle daughter's turn for a quilt--I have it pieced and will begin quilting it next month.

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  26. I have bigger ambitions than time, probably :) ...let's see, I want to make 2 Christmas quilts, a few table runners and some bags. I'm going to start soon!

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  27. I have a Santa that hangs on the wall and dispenses kleenex. It is there year round and getting a bit ratty. I would like to make a bunch of these. So useful and fun.

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  28. I would love to make a new tree skirt. I've seen so many beautiful tree skirts, I want to try to make one for our tree.
    gloria
    gholmes@nc.rr.com

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  29. I'd mAKE table and piano runners! Adelina (axmathews@hotmail.com)

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  30. I'm not yet thinking about Christmas sewing but a gift card would surely come in handy once I do! :)

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  31. I'd like to finish the quilted table cloth for my parents started too long ago.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  32. I'd like to make a walhanging and table runner. Small projects that's for me since I'm a beginner in quilting (but I do really enjoy it!).

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  33. I make homemade ornaments every year and hope to make a couple of table runners too this year.

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  34. My Christmas sewing to do list is to make a Christmas tree skirt and a table runner for myself:)

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  35. I just got some snowmen fabrics for a tree skirt in a wonky shape- look at my blog, it should be fun!

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  36. i'd love to make a festive table runner for my mother's entry table! (cass.k20 at gmail dot com)

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  37. Those little ornaments on that quilt are so cute. Great idea.

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  38. I have three quilts and a few bags that I'd like to make for gifts this year.

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  39. I love the idea of making a Christmas quilt! I have already started making ornaments! I'm in a Christmasy mood right now!
    pemberleycouture@hotmail.com

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  40. I have several friends & family having babies latest this year & early next year. I am making quilts and other baby things

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  41. I have several friends & family having babies latest this year & early next year. I am making quilts and other baby things

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  42. I would love to make a Christmas quilt that looks like presents with the bows. I love that quilt :-)

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  43. I would like to make a quilt with my mOm to have a cherished piece.

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  44. Hi Maureen, thanks for the chance to win! My family & I are planning to spend Christmas time in the US (New York, may be) , we live in Argentina, where weather in Christmas is very hot!!!

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  45. I have more than one ufos that were meant for gifts last year that need to be completed.Thanks for the chance to win!

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  46. I think I'd like to try zip pouches for gifts this year - they're very useful and can use up a lot of my fabric stash. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  47. Cindy W theollieorange@gmail.comJuly 30, 2012 at 9:52 AM

    Wow, another fantastic giveaway!

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  48. I'd like to make a tree skirt, but we'll see how times flies.

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  49. wow great giveaway prize! thank's Maureen. I'll plan to make a christmas quilt for the first time a gift from me to me!
    have a nice week

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  50. New pillowcase's for 7 grand children 4 throws for old "kids"

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  51. I started some patchwork Christmas stockings this weekend.

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  52. For Christmas I plan to make a variety of hand puppets for my grandson and a quilted wall hanging for his bedroom. I also want to make a Christmas quilt for my son and daughter-in-law. I just hope I can get it all done!

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  53. I am working on table runners for my daughters and some zip bags for friends. I also saw the cutest wall hanging for Christmas on a blog hop and am hoping to get started on that this week.

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  54. Thanks so much for the chance to win this generous giveaway! I would LOVE to make Xmas dresses for my girls! I have mastered the skirt (they're fast and easy), but my goal is to move onto dresses!
    teammckown at gmail . com

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  55. I hope to finish my Grinch Christmas quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  56. I'm so excited to join this QAL and get some holiday sewing started. Though I haven't thought much yet on what other holiday sewing I want to do this year, so many ideas. Thanks.

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  57. holly @hotmail.comJuly 30, 2012 at 10:04 AM

    I'm hoping to get at least one new decoration made and would love to get stockings made. We'll see how that goes!

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  58. I am hoping to get some small bags/purses made for my 5 young nieces!

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  59. I would love to make a Christmas throw, a table runner and possibly a tree skirt.

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  60. I would really like to make a wall hanging or tree skirt! That would be awesome!!

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  61. A Christmas table runner is on my to do list.

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  62. Now, I was just thinking of that this morning - I want to make my grandson a new Christmas stocking. I am not sure what the theme will be just yet and of course, he needs a new Christmas quilt to match!

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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  63. I want to make a tree skirt this year, I think the tree looks much nicer then. And maybe some Christmas shirts for my little ones :) Oh and I need to finish the christmas stockings from last year, I just didn't have enough time last year. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  64. I want to make casserole carriers for the ladies in my family. Love this give away!

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  65. table toppers/runners. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  66. I am making lap quilts to give as gifts at Christmas. Plus the other day I made a bunch of potholders as little extras. It's so much fun to have a bunch of homemade gifts to pass out at Christmas!

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  67. I would like to make a santa to hang on my front door. A inspiration photo has been on my pinboard for 2 years. This year I need to get it made! Thank you for the giveaway! Lovely fabrics!

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  68. I have been trying to make some progress on my christmas quilt for the past two or three years but once I am in the christmas mood, there are orders to fill and presents to sew, so I never get to sew on my quilt :) And I can't bring myself to work on christmassy stuff in the summer...

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  69. I really want to be able to master my sewing machine and then have the opportunity to shop for fabrics!:)
    andri_chama(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  70. I made a table runner out of a panel and I LOVE it!!! I want to make more maybe for holidays.

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  71. would love a new tree skirt!

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  72. I would like to make a tree skirt, but will probably only make a new bunting!

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  73. I want to make new stockings and a tree skirt! I also need to make my daughter big girl bedding for Christmas

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  74. Wow. I would love some new fabric, but I'm not ready to think of the holiday season yet!

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  75. I'd love to make a tree skirt. I also want to make new pjs for all the kids.

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  76. For Christmas if I can get it done before our baby comes in Ocotber :)---I want to make something for lil girl. A soft doll maybe with a matching skirt for her? Oh and probably something for the new baby :)

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  77. I've got a few felted wool/fabric nativity(ies) that I'm in the process of making. I'd also like to get a fabric quilt under my belt! This giveaway would be perfect. Thanks for your generosity!

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  78. I would love to make Loyalty Card/Gift Card Wallets for lots of people on my Christmas list this year!

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  79. Hi Maureen - even on a break you are busy. Hope things are going well. I hope to finish a tree skirt for my sister that I had started last year but didn't get done in time. And this quilt along looks great - a beautiful simple pattern. It would be a bonus finish!

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  80. I am in the process of making fabric Christas cards to mail out
    this year. I am also working on
    a quilt for my husband. Thanks
    for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  82. I would like to make a gift of coasters or a mug rug, and a Vintage throw quilt for the grandnieces to cuddle under would be grand too.

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  84. What an awesome quilt along!!!! I'm hopping to make a new tree skirt!!

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  85. I make a Christmas quilt each year! I'd love to make one from 'vintage and modern' this year!

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  86. I'd like to make some table runners

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  87. I'm hoping to make my mother in law some Christmas pillows and placemats this year.

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  88. Last year I made stockings for each of us and this year I really want to make a tree skirt and a table runner. Maybe I should start now?
    Thank you for a lovely giveaway.

    eli(at)sharksdinner(dot)com

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  89. I am hoping to make another lap quilt for my daughter. I made her one last year and she loved it!

    Julie
    bjphill@citlink.net

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  90. I'll be making a cute garland and some decorations :)

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  91. Funny you should ask this today, as I've just finished my sons Grinch quilt top, made the back, and made the binding!

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  92. I'll be making a table runner with blocks of my grandma's cookie and candy recipes transferred to fabric. I'm so lucky to have a box full of my grandma's recipes in her handwriting. I love to read through them.

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  93. I thought I might make a tree skirt for a gift.

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  94. Finish up a quilt for each of my boys!
    slhightower5(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  95. Definitely making stockings for the family to replace the shop-bought ones last year. Thanks for yet another giveaway!

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  96. Aside from gifts, I am hoping to make a tree skirt this year for our tree.

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  97. I want to make a mini quilt for my little girl's bed.

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  98. I just bought that pattern a few weeks ago...I can't wait to get some fabric to get going on it!!!!

    brookeali(at)hotmail.com

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  99. This year.....I plan to make Christmas stockings! With some patience--and willing to try the embroidery module on my machine, I will embroider each person's name on the cuff too! You know...I should get moving on this!

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  100. I hope to make a winter rag quilt and I'd like to make at least one sewn goodie for every member of my fam. I'm gathering (Pintresting) my ideas now!! :)
    Vicki Helderman
    CVHelderman@gmail.com

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  101. I want to make a tree skirt for my new Christmas tree that we bought on clearance in Jan.

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  102. I will make Christmas outfits for the 4 grandchildren but would also love to make a Christmas quilt. kay.witt@yahoo.com

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  103. A Christmas quilt would be wonderful, as would a tree skirt but in all reality, i'll be lucky to just get a decoration or two done!

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  104. Every year I say this is the year I make a tree skirt. So, this is the year I make a tree skirt. Seriously.

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  105. I'll be making some cute paper-pieced patchwork Christmas Tree Hot Pads (very scrap-friendly) using a free pdf pattern by Kathy Mack of Pink Halk Studio:
    http://www.pinkchalkfabrics.com/pc/patterns/PinkChalkStudio_ChristmasTreeHotPads.pdf

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  106. Hi Maureen...this year I will most likely make new table runners and a tree shirt. Thanks for this chance.

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  107. I am working on a christmas quilt right now from a tutorial off of moda bake shop from last winter.
    Starry eyed quilt is going to be pretty.

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  108. I guess I don't really sew Christmas decorations, but I'd love to be able to sew more clothing as gifts. Thanks so much for the giveaway and have a great week, Maureen!

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  109. I am going to make a new tree skirt in the "New" Christmas colors. The brighter greens and reds.

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  110. I want to make a Bunny Hill applique snowman quilt...we'll see!

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  111. Any kind of Christmas decorations - mini quilts/wallhangings, a tree skirt, stockings...we have almost NOTHING in the way of holiday decorations - how sad is that!

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  112. i need to make some xmas placemats.

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  113. Kristen SandersonJuly 30, 2012 at 11:35 AM

    I am planning to make a stocking for my husband and myself. And maybe a christmas quilt if I have time. ksanderson@hotmail.ca

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  114. I'm hoping to make a number of holiday projects including presents and home decorations.

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  115. I think everyone in my life is in need a new apron! There, in a nutshell, are my holiday stitching plans. Of course I have holiday quilts that need finishing but let's not push it!

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  116. I would love to accomplish a table runner. GayleB rlbouters@sbcglobal.net

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  117. I really want to sew patchwork Christmas stockings. But I say that every year!

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  118. hi, I'm making 6 quilts for all of my grand children for Christmas. I work on one of them every week, I've got 2 completed and one 1/2 done, I think I still have a lot of work cut out for me by then. Wish me luck!

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  119. This year for the holidays I will be finishing 7 quilts that my sister started for her grandchildren. My sister passed away May 31st of this year and before she died she asked if I would finish the quilts. Of course I said yes.

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  120. I want to make my great-niece an I spy quilt in time for Christmas!

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  121. Yay for Christmas! I have a few wall hangings and some pillows I'll be making to give as Christmas gifts this year. If I get really ambitious I may even finish a quilt also! Thanks for the giveaway!
    cecinbritt@yahoo.com

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  122. What a great giveaway. i would love to be able to make quilts for my new online quilting friends because they really appreciate it and what better surprise is there when you receive a hand pieced and hand quilted quilt just because you shared your fabric stash with someone who doesnt have fabric babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  123. Since my daughter will be almost 3 and will "get" Christmas, a stocking for her is a must! I have a great pattern that includes a cross stitched name, but I need to get started very soon.

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  124. I'd really love to make a holiday table runner!

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  125. I've been wanting to make a tree skirt for a few years now. Maybe if I get started soon, I can actually do it this year.

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  126. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
    Mrs.Hearts

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  127. I'm hoping to finish a special eagle quilt for my son stationed in Afghanistan. He's due home at the end of August and hasn't seen his little girl since December when she was 2 1/2 months old. This quilt would help to immortalize his tour of duty and service to our country.

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  128. I don't often do a lot of Christmas sewing, but I can think of many things I'd love to sew with $25 worth of fabric :)

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  129. I am pretty certain this is the most generous place on the internet! Thank you so much for the chance! :)

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  130. Even though I don't have a mantle to hang them on, I'm going to make some cute Christmas stockings for my husband, me, and our dog. We don't have any kids, so the dog gets his own stocking.

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  131. I would like to make an applique wall hanging or quilt, but I don't like to do applique :( but I love the look. may have to force myself.

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  132. This year I'm going to make a Dr. Suess's How the Grinch Stole Christmas quilt.

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  133. I want to make some ornaments and Christmas pillows.

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  134. I've got Christmas-y table runners on the brain! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  135. It is my goal to finish my little crib quilt by the end of the year. :)

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  136. My goal this year is to make a treeskirt for my tree. I meant to do it last year but never got to it, so hopefully it will happen this year!

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  137. HELLO! I HAVE CHRISTMAS TABLE TOPPERS IN MIND AS GIFTS!
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  138. Oh my, you have so many great giveaways! I will be making potholders this Christmas, and this would really boost my stash!

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  139. I do need a christmas tree skirt but would really like to make a hanging advent calendar with pockets instead. Maybe after we move in fall I'll have time? humm?

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  140. I have in mind some Christmas table runners for friends.

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  141. I am going to make my step daugther some new scrub tops for work and my granddaugther wants a new quilt. Not sure yet what else. also new stockings and tree skirt for my house :)

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  142. thank you to you and Fat Quarter Shop also for the giveaway... wish I had time to do the vintage quilt along but alas, maybe a vintage style stocking for holiday with this wonder gift certificate would be all I have time for

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  143. I hope this is the year that I finally make that Christmas quilt with my Kate Spain Flurry FQ bundle.
    abengel (at) zoominternet (dot) net

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  144. This year I don't have any holiday sewing plans (new baby on the way is taking up all my sewing time), but last year I made us all stockings and loved them! christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  145. I would love to get this QAL completed before Christmas!

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  146. I'm working on a Christmas quilt! I doubt it will be done in time for this Christmas, but maybe next!

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  147. Lots of christmas ornaments for my friends.

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  148. This year have been finishing up UFO's, it has been kinda fun, but have never done a christmas quilt, Will have to try it. hope to winn the 25$ gift certificate.

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  149. I would love to make my first Christmas Quilt! bethfouche at hotmail dot com

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  150. not really sure what im making for everyone this year but i do know that i NEED to start earlier than i did last year lol

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  151. Fun! I'm hoping to make Christmas stockings for my family this year - I'm looking for just the right pattern. Thanks!

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  152. I'm wanting to make a christmas tree skirt, some holiday bunting, a Christmas throw (just for decoration) As a gift I'm wanting to make my Mom a memory quilt. Just gotta figure out how to use spoonflower better! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  153. I think I'm going to start with new stockings, and maybe a throw for the family room. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  154. Hoping to make some homemade gifts this holiday season. Quilted pillows, embellished hoodies, tote bags, etc. FQS is my FAVORITE, hope I win! :)

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  155. I plan on making Christmas table runners and small stockings as gifts. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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  156. Just bought fabric this weekend to join the QAL....can't wait!!!

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  157. i need anew christmas table runner

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  158. I want to make a quilt for my oldest daughter.

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  159. For gifts this year I hope to make some jam from wild berries and jean blankets.

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  160. Good afternoon, Ms. Maureen!!! I have already agreed to make a wallhanging for my Mother to send to her favorite ministry friends. Hope to have it done by Christmas!!! This will have to be hand quilted, not something I do well. Love to machine quilt!!! I'd better get started!!! cyndylouquilts@yahoo.com

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  161. I would love to win! Keeping my fingers AND toes crossed!

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  162. I have to pick just one project I want to make for the holidays!?! From my long list it would probably be a snowflake quilt in light blues and greens! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  163. I am making aprons for my friends! We always have a cookie weekend, so I think it will be perfect!!

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  164. This year, I hope to make a few table runners and aprons of my own designs for gifts. I have the patterns and they've been tested, but now I want to give them away! Christmas here I come!

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  165. I would love to make something for my new granddaughter's (9 days today!) first Christmas. After all, she is the reason I began quilting just a few months ago. Please contact me at tamoran1011@yahoo.com! Thank you.

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  166. While I'd love to think about what to make for the holidays, I'm still working on overdue graduation presents!

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  167. I just took a FMQ class so I am hoping to make a holiday throw to put on my sofa this year. I've had the blocks for two years now!!!

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  168. You can never start sewing for Christmas soon enough. I am already working on my family's yearly Christmas quilt. Lots of memories in each and everyone!

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  169. I want to make some stockings using the Thimble Blossoms Merry pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  170. I am currently making several table runners for myself and for gifts. Last year I made basket liners for roll baskets and I plan to make a few more this year.

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  171. I want to make a mini wall hanging Christmas quilt.

    sue
    legato1958 at aol dot com

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  172. I hope to make a tree skirt this year! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  173. I now have a mantle, I need to make Christmas stockings to hang!

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  174. I love The Fat Quarter Shop! If I win this gift certificate, I would use it to buy fabric to make my middle sister a quilt. She is one of the few family members I have yet to make a quilt, because I have been searching for the perfect pattern. She loves anything Asian and her favorite color is turquoise, and I am confident that I can find something she will love on the site! Thanks so much for sharing this contest!

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  175. i want to make quilts for my littlest cousins, my mom and both my grandmothers. i better get sewing!

    supersharime at gmail dot com

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  176. I'm excited to make some stockings and maybe even a tree skirt this year. It's my first year really sewing and I'm really excited about personalizing some of my holiday decorations!

    misty.ann.fletcher {at} gmail.com

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  177. I'd love to make a Christmas lap quilt to display in our living room this Christmas.

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  178. going to make a new tree skirt for myself and one for my daughter

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  179. I want to make Christmas stockings.

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  180. Whilst part of me refuses to acknowledge that we're even past the halfway point in the year, I really do need to start thinking about the quilt I'm planning to make for mum and dad for Christmas, maybe this will be the incentive...

    Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  181. Is it already time to start thinking of holiday projects? I should probably get around to making a tree skirt instead of using a sheet...lol.

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  182. I want to make Christmas gift bags that can be reused year after year, doll clothes for my grand daughter's 18" doll, and quilted place mats.

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  183. I really do not know what to make for the holidays... My brain is stuck in summer mode. BUt I would like to make a tree skirt I think. I also have lots of ideas for gifts.

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  184. Christmas Sewing...I'm making little items like zippered pouches. Easy to make and they make great little gifts for anyone--even at the last minute.

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  185. I would like to make my daughter a picnic quilt.

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  186. I'm hoping to make a new tree skirt. Thanks for the giveaway.
    twelve30(at)gmail(dot)com

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  187. Thank you for the opportunity to win. I am not sure what I want to make this year. Last year I made tree skirts and table runners for both my sons, so am thinking maybe they need new stockings to hang.

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  188. I am planning to make a Wallhanging for my mom and a superhero cape for my son, and maybe something simple from our soon-to-be-born daughter.

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  189. I would love to win the fat Q's!
    Would love to make my elderly mother a quilt for her bed.
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  190. thanks for the great giveaway! I'm already making some things for Christmas gifts. So far I've made a few pin cousin things you put in your sewing machine, I made a pillow from a vintage sewing book, and now I'm work I on the embroidery thread bag on pellon projects.

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  191. Awesome giveaway!!! I definitely need to make a new tree skirt this year and hopefully some festive placemats and a table runner! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  192. I want to make a holiday quilt for my granddaughter.

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  193. I would like to make a tree skirt

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  194. I see I'm far from being the only person who wants/needs a tree skirt!

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  195. I'd love to win! I'm hoping to make lots of quilted gifts this year, so I better get started!!
    cbakertroublemaker@hotmail.com

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  196. I would like to make all new stockings for the grandchildren this year.

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  197. I would love to win this fabric... I need a new Christmas purse to carry shopping!

    blevins591 at bellsouth dot net

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