Thursday, 24 July 2014

It's Like Christmas in July Giveaway!

We're currently midway home from where we were, but I just had to pop in to let you know that Sew Sisters Quilt Shop is opening their Christmas Room tomorrow, July 25. To get you in the holiday making spirit, Sew Sisters will have free shipping on all orders within Canada between July 25 – 31! I know it may seem early, but they have a ton of jolly good fabric for the holidays that are so worth checking out!

Christmas Room Free Shipping500

To celebrate this Merry development, Sew Sisters is sponsoring a giveaway of 5 fat quarters from the Woodsy Winter collection from Hoffman Fabrics! Woo hoo! Wouldn't this fabric make fabulous gift bags? Or placemats? Or stockings? I love the colour combo.

  Woodsy Winter Giveaway MR01

While the free shipping offer is only for those in Canada, this giveaway is open to everyone! Yay! To enter, just leave me a comment telling me something that might be on your Merry making list this year. Followers of my blog get a bonus entry -- just leave me a comment letting me know how you follow (Bloglovin', Feedly, Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Followers of the Sew Sisters blog also get a bonus entry -- just leave a comment letting me know you follow them.

The giveaway is open until Sunday, July 27th at 9 p.m. EDT, at which point I'll pick a winner via Ms. Random Number Generator. No reply bloggers, please leave your email address with your comment. Not sure if you are a no reply blogger? Check this post to see if you are and what you can do to fix it.

Good luck and Merry, Merry everyone! I'll be back in a couple of days with tons to share.

194 comments:

  1. Everyone's getting jam for Christmas this year. I've already given out tons of cherry, so now I"m making small 4oz jars to give samplers out--so far I've made plum, plum-cherry, plum-apricot, cherry-apricot, apricot, red plum, and blueberry. Next month is blackberry and raspberry!

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  2. I follow via feedly and FB!

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  3. My Merry Making list should probably include a few UFOs though that would really be a Christmas miracle.

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  4. Is love to finish my mom's quilt, but I'm just not sure if that's possible. :) thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I really need to get a tree skirt made this year!

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  6. I follow your blog via Bloglovin.

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  7. I made a bunch of Christmas pillow covers last year so this year it hope to do a quilt or at least a mini to hang on my wall. G Fahrion at comcast dot net.

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  8. I am planning to make us new stockings.... I have the pattern, now all I need is the fabric!! This bundle would be perfect... Crossing my fingers!!

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  9. I want to make pillows to match all the quilts I have yet to make for my family this year. Yay biting off more than I can chew!

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  10. I follow via Digg Reader :)
    That cardinal print on the blue is my favourite but they all go together really nicely :D

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  11. I will make some Christmas table runners as presents this year.

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  12. I have some Christmas cushions on mind and maybe a table runner as we don't have any :)

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  13. Happy follower via Bloglovin.

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  14. Such cute fabric. I follow on bloglovin. CDahlgren at live dot com

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  15. Also I'm already following your blog with Feedly.

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  16. I have some table runners on the go.

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  17. I follow you via Bloglovin' and FB.

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  18. I'm making some Christmas table toppers and mug rugs - thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. I'm a follower with Bloglovin - thanks again.

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  20. Tote bags - always welcome!!

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  21. I follow Sew Sisters with GFC too !

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  22. I am making a few quilts for Christmas this year. thanks for this chance.

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  23. Oh I think I'll be doing stockings this year

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  24. Table center pieces/table runners are on my list this year - I plan to make three or four as gifts.

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  25. Yay I follow you MR :) Happy Christmas... I mean Friday!!!

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  26. I follow Sew Sisters's blog through GFC. One of these days I will fly to Toronto instead of Ottawa and have a mooch about!

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  27. Stockings and ornaments are always on my Christmas Making List.

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  28. I'm also very overdue for a new stocking. Love the fabrics and thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. I follow via GFC and Bloglovin. Thanks so much!

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  30. I'm gonna be making quilts. Punkn84@yahoo.com

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  31. I follow you on Bloglovin', Feedly, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Flickr, GFC, and Google+.

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  32. I also follow the Sew Sisters blog. Punkn84@yahoo.com

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  33. I follow on Bloglovin' as Michelle Mogilevsky Harrison and on GFC as Sewbeads at g mail dot com

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  34. I follow Sew Sisters on GFC as Purl Buttons

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  35. I see some merry place mats in my future.

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  36. I have Christmas baby quilts and stocking to make for the new grand kids! Yeah! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  37. This fabric would love fabulous as the bunting I have decided to make for Christmas this year. x

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  38. I think mug rugs and tissue holders would make great gifts using this fabric collection. Thanks for the chance to win. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com.

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  39. My tree is always decorated with owls, cardinals, peacocks, and blue jays so I would make some new stockings. We need new stockings very badly but I just haven't gotten around to making them. Thanks for the chance!

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  40. I have a tree skirt UFO for my daughter and I would like to make one for myself! Thanks for the chance of the giveaway!

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  41. I follow Sew Sisters via email

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  42. My son in law has asked for a quilt this year. I'll also be making the grandbabies a Christmas themed quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. Not sure but I will be making something for someone this year!! Thanks for the chance at a great give away:)

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  44. I'd love to make a tree-skirt and a festive table runner! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. Working on a winter/summer quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  46. I so love cardinals, i remember moving to ontario and seeing my first one, i fell in love with them and the woods

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  47. Following on bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  48. Love that fabric.....Sew cute

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  49. My state bird is the cardinal here in Virginia, USA. Would love to make my first table runner and place mat set , and this fabric would look beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win

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  50. Table runners would be called for!thanks!

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  51. A Christmas tree skirt and Christmas quilt are on my bucket list. But, a wall hanging with Celtic knot snowflakes is probably more likely to happen this year!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  52. A Christmas Table runner would look great out of this fabric.

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  53. I plan on making table runners for gifts this year, and the Woodsy Winter collection is my absolute favorite!

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  54. I follow Sew Sisters blog by email

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  55. I have Christmas sticking on my to do list

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  56. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN' !

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  57. HI, yes I'm planning a Christmas Tree Skirt for one family member!
    Thanks for a sweet giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  58. I plan on making some candle mats as gifts.

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  59. I plan on making some quilted pot holders.

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  60. follow you on FB as Judy Cowan

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  61. follow Sew Sisters on FB as Judy Cowan

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  62. I'd make some new holiday place mats from this great fabric.

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  63. I follow Sew Sisters on FB

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  64. I have been telling my husband I'm going to make a Christmas bed runner to go over our white down quilt for two years now....better get on that!! Thanks for the give away!

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  65. I am a new follower on Bloglovin".

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  66. I am making a velvet dress for my great grand daughter for Christmas.

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  67. I am now a follower of your blog.

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  68. I bought some of this fabric in MN when it first showed up and I LOVE it

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  69. I am a follower of Sew sisters blog.

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  70. I have a few quilts that I need to make for Christmas gifts, and probably some more mug rugs!

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  71. I am a follower,, by email and facebook.

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  72. Wow, Christmas will be here before we know it!!! Gorgeous fabrics!!!

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  73. This will be my first christmas sewing so I have so many projects I want to do! Stockings and a table runner are first on my list I think! I follow with bloglovin'

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  74. I will be making Christmas/Winter pillowcases.

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  75. I follow Sew Sisters on Facebook.

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  76. I just signed up to follow you by email using kcrcq on hotmail.

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  77. love the birch trees and the red cardinals!

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  79. I love these fabrics. I still have a couple of quilts to finish for Christmas. Aybe the odd table runner as well. I follow this blog via FB and google. I also follow Sew Sisters blog the same way.

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  80. Sewing makes me merry! Love these fabric and winning them would make me Merrier!

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  81. oh what gorgeous material...I have a son getting married in August, a first Christmas married quilt would be lovely using this woodsy material...I follow Sew Sisters...Teresa @ daikens@sasktel.net

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  82. Sorry I forgot my email address - dmattata@sympatico.ca - I see a Christmas wall hanging in the making!

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  83. Quilted gifts are my go to. This would help out a lot. thanks so much for sharing.

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  84. I follow Sew Sisters and i also am a blog follower of yours. Thanks

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  85. I will be working on some table runners. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  86. I am a follower via Bloglovin.

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  87. I am working on 2 Wallhangings for Christmas gifts...my first try at Hand Applique! & I am slooow! lol Plan to make a few Totes, & maybe set of Pillows too.

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  88. I follow you thru Bloglovin :)

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  89. I follow Sew Sisters thru Email too...

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  90. Bonjour from Patience, Alberta
    projects for Christmas include Saskatoon& Rhubarb jam, a Christmas Tree Skirt and a few "dinkie " car carriers.
    I enjoybyour blog via Bloglovin, thanks for posting

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  91. I follow you on Bloglovin. Love that birch tree fabric. I have no idea what I might make for Christmas - certainly depends on who's name I draw! Many people I just can't make any thing for, I have to shop for them. It will be much more of a last minute just in regardless!

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  92. Those colours are my fav! So perfect in Christmas projects - and I always love birds!!

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  93. I follow you on Bloglovin. I also follow Sew Sisters on facebook. Would love to do some placemats. I also have 2 Christmas wall hangings to do.

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  94. these are so cute I follow Sew Sisters (cause we are SEW sisters )
    dmr1157@gmail.com, can't take any chances

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  95. ahh i need a new christmas table runner this year as i am hosting family

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  96. I can't wait until Christmas - I got my first sewing machine in June so this will be my first time making things for Christmas! I really want to make quilted stockings for me and my husband!

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  97. I follow your lovely blog via Bloglovin!

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  98. AND I also follow Sew Sisters blog!

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  99. This year is a time for giving homemade, so I will be making placemats for some and small lap quilts for others. Gorgeous fabric.

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  100. I follow Sew Sisters blog and FB.

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  101. I love those cardinals and the music notes. I hope to make another Nativity Quilt for Christmas, and maybe some pillow cases with Christmas fabric.

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  102. I follow Sew Sisters by email.

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  103. So beautiful! Thank you for the giveaway! I'll be making pot holders because my mothers are threadbare.

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  104. In the process of making a tree skirt and mantle scarf as a wedding present for a friend's daughter. I follow you on FB e-mail sumac62 at gmail dot com

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  105. I love love love cardinals....I would enjoy these prints for Christmas projects. My email address is carmel.mcrury@gmail.com

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  106. I've been working on finishing up some UFO's. I don't really plan to make any Christmas presents yet - too hot here to think Christmas!

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  107. I'm planning to make a quilt for my sister this Christmas.

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  108. Doll Clothes! sarah@forrussia.org

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  109. Tablerunners this year and coin purses for easy gifts. I love this fabric. Cardinals are wonderful birds.

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  110. I wish I had a good list to share, but I would probably make a few potholders and heat resistant bowl holders as gifts. This fabric would fit the bill! Thanks for the chance.

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  111. Oh yes, I follow you, M-R!!

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  112. I also follow Sew Sisters! Thanks

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  113. Christmas place mats for my Brother and SIL, a purse for my niece and Holiday Dish towels for my MIL. Whew! I better get busy!

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  114. I follow Sew Sisters on Facebook already. x

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  115. This is gorgeous fabric, I think I would make a table runner. Thanks for a great giveaway. x

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  116. I saw a wall hanging of a Christmas tree I'd like to make.

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  117. I follow on google friend connect.

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  118. I want to do table runners for everyone this year and give them out at Thanksgiving....a little surprise

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  119. I love your placemat idea, and I love those cardinals!

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  120. I have a gorgeous quilt already made for my daughter...queen size and I 'just' need to quilt it. Yikes! Thanks for the giveaway...I love cardinals. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  121. I follow on BlogLovin svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  122. I'm thinking about making my Mom a series of mini quilts to hang outside her door at her retirement center. Either one for each season, starting at Christmas, or one for each month. Depends on how organized I get!

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  123. I follow you on Twitter. I'm @LouiseHornor

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  124. Gift cards for fabric is always on my list. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  125. I Follow the Sew Sisters blog.

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  126. I´m making pillow covers and going to give them to my friends :)
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  127. Hoping to get a full-size Christmas quilt all machine quilted up in time to gift to someone special.

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  128. Hi M-R I follow you on Bloglovin! Thanks for a chance to win from Sew Sisters!

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  129. I also follow Sew Sisters blog!

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  130. i follow on bloglovin. love reading and catching up on your newsletter.

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  131. my goal is to make 30 baby quilts to donate to the neonatal unit of my local hospital. thank you for a wonderful giveaway

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  132. My goal is to finish my daughter's 'matching' quilt! Love the fabrics and the giveaway.

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  133. I'm going to be making some Christmas Eve bags to hold the kids pj's

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  134. i like you on facebook

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  135. There are so many things to choose from...pillows, table runners, tree skirt...I don't know what to do!!!! And not many months left to do it all.

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  136. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  137. And I follow Sew Sisters on Bloglovin.

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  138. I hope to make a rag doll for my grand daughter.

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  139. I follow you via Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  140. I am now following Sew Sisters via GFC.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  141. A baby quilt is at the top of the list

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  142. I'm going to make some skirts for the ladies in the family!

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  143. Quits for each of the grandkiddos!

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  144. A Christmasy table runner!

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  145. I follow. I think on Bloglovin'

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  146. Love those fabrics. I need to make a table runner for Christmas - maybe this year!

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  147. I follow your blog via email and bloglovin

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  148. My hope is to complete a Christmas quilt for myself. Reality is to complete a table runner and throw for my daughter who is getting married mid December.

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  149. Cushions and some super special ones for those extra special gal pals :)

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  150. I'd like to make a new tree skirt for Christmas this year. The one I made many years ago is getting kind of frumpy!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  151. I follow your blog via Bloglovin.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  152. I signed up to follow the Sew Sisters blog via email.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  153. i need to make new stockings! ksmith8@emich.edu

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  154. i follow on BL-karrie smith

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  155. i follow SS's blog as well by email ksmith8emich@yahoo.com

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  156. This is the year to finish my "ugly Christmas sweater quilt" I can't wait - I love this project.

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  157. I follow you through my reader thanks.

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  158. And I follow Sew Sisters through my feedly as well.

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  159. I follow you through bloglovin :)

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  160. I follow sew sisters through their newsletter :)

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  161. I want to make a quilt for my daughter in law.

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  162. I already receive your newsletter.

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  163. Sunglass cases are on the list this year. As well as a few lap quilts.

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  164. Couch pills to cheer up my livingroom!

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