09 December 2012

Quilter’s Blog Hop Party & $50 Gift Certificate Give Away!

Happy 5th Birthday – Quilter’s Blog Hop Party


And the winner of the $50 Crazyquiltgirl Fabric Shop gift card is
java diva
comment #194
who said, "swoon, you had me at Kissing Booth!!"

Thank you everyone for your wonderful gift ideas.

It's the Quilting Gallery's 5th Birthday.


So, to celebrate she's hosting a Blog Hop Party.
On December 10, 2012, you can start hopping and enter the give aways.
The Blog Hop Party runs until December 15, 2012.
Go here to find a list of participating blogs. There are over 150 blogs participating and hosting give aways!

Plus, I'm hosting a give away, a $50 gift certificate to my online store, Crazyquiltgirl Fabric Shop.
It will be an e-gift card, emailed to the winner. So, it is open to anyone, regardless of where you live.

To enter my give away:
Leave a comment, sharing your top 3 gift ideas you would give to a fellow quilter or that you would love to receive from a quilting friend.

Would you like a second chance to enter my give away?
In a second comment, share you favorite item (or items, if you can't narrow it down to just one) in my store, Crazyquiltgirl Fabric Shop.

Winner will be randomly chosen on Saturday, December 15, 11:59 PM EST.
Winner will be posted here on Sunday, December 16.

Happy Blog Hopping and Happy 5th Birthday to the Quilting Gallery!





412 comments:

  1. Happy 5th Birthday and thank you for the generous giveaway opportunity!

    Hmmmm, 3 top gifts for a quilter:

    1. A jelly roll of their favorite fabric
    2. Rotary cutter blades - I am always running out and would be SO excited if someone sent me refills!
    3. A handmade pin cushion

    caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

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  2. Well, three great gifts would be a seam ripper with some chocolate for consolation and something handmade :)

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  3. And from your store my very favorite item is the Marmalade Flower Girl quilt kit! Thanks for a great chance at a fun prize :)

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  4. I would love to receive a pattern, fabric to make the pattern, and then spray baste, because that stuff is AWESOME!!!!

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  5. I would enjoy giving or receiving (1)A bundle of a favorite new fabric line (2)A cone of King Tut variegated thread (3) A quilting calendar for the new year.

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  6. I would give:

    1. A couple of spools of Aurifil thread
    2. A spectrum of Kona Soloid Fat Quarters
    3. A specialty ruler

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  7. A Moda charm pack,a rotary cutter and a seam ripper.

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  8. I am so in love with Double Chocolat from 3 Sisters, my local quilt shop has it in a layer cake and I drool over it whenever I'm there!

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  9. Rotary cutter blades, those little silicone finger tip protectors (for ironing) and a Rowenta iron. :)

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  10. The Trade Winds layer cake! Thanks for the chance!

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  11. From your shop, Pieces of Hope fat quarter bundle. I love it.

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  12. I would give a fat quarter bundle, fabric shop gift card or something handmade!

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  13. A charm pack, a cool new gadget, and a something handmade. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  14. Well, if I couldn't ave 1 of everything in your store, I guess I would choose the FLIRT fq bundle! :)

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  15. A jelly roll, a layer cake, and a wall quilt.

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  16. I love the Over the Rainbow batiks!

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  17. Fabric (especially precuts), new quilting rulers, and thread collections :)

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  18. LOVE the Cuzco collection in your shop :)

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  19. Aurofil thread and any kind of fabric for me & for my sister, who does my long arming, bobbins for her HQ Avante machine.

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  20. A variety of fat quarters, a seam ripper, and a good pair of scissors.

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  21. Would love to give/receive a stack of solid fat quarters, maybe a colorway? those red clover binding clips, good scissors.

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  22. The short list would be: a bigger cutting mat, the hexi ruler by Julie of Jaybird Quilts, and a bunch of layer cakes! Thanks for the chance.

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  23. Definitely would ge the Thimble Blossoms Swoon Quilt Pattern and then maybe some Marmalade to go with it by Bonnie and Camille. Thanks for the chance.

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  24. 1. A gift certificate of course
    2. A rotating cutting mat. I just love mine
    3. An extension bed for her machine.

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  25. I'm dying to have some Cuzco! I'm hoping Santa brings me a gift certificate so that I can buy it.

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  26. I would give a set of fat quarters, a rotary cutter and some perle cotton for hand quilting.

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  27. I love the Flirt charm pack!

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  28. Of course, fabric would be top of the list. Some sort of notion is always well received and then chocolate or hard candy.

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  29. I really like that layer cake of The Morris Apprentice. I've not seen it before. Also like the kit for Flower Girl. I certainly wouldn't have trouble spending the gift certificate in your shop, that's for sure! Thanks for such a nice give-away. Come visit me over at Mountain Quiltworks.

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  30. I am loving Marmalade by Bonnie & Camille. The colors make me Happy!

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  31. 1. A handmade quilt
    2. A handmade wallhanging
    3. A handmade anything! I just love to think of the time that goes into lovingly creating something.

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  32. fabric fabric and more fabric.. probably some layer cakes, jelly rolls and charm packs..

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  33. The red binding clips, the colored basting pins and somethign handmade such as a tote.

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  34. What a great giveaway! Best gifts would be some beautiful batik fabrics, a wall hanging that I made special for that person and maybe a new ruler. Thanks!

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  35. The Lecien Inkwell Vintage paper is really neat, I would love to create something with that! Of course the Over the Rainbow batiks are on my Christmas list too! Thanks!

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  36. rotary cutter/mat/ruler set
    6 fqs
    yellow brick road pattern

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  37. What a kind giveaway! I would give and love to receive:
    a great pair of scissors
    a fun fat quarter bundle
    a gift certificate so they could choose something fun

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  38. # gifts for or from a friend.

    Rotary cutter (always use these)
    Charm Pack design would be whatever caught my eye at the time
    Chocolate

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  39. I'd give something "pre-cut" with an appropriate pattern that went with it and a handmade pincushion...because pincushions are cute.

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  40. From your store.

    MEADOW Charm Pack by Blackbird Designs for Moda Fabrics


    CLEARLY PERFECT ANGLES Template by New Leaf Stitches

    Crabapple Hill CELINDA WICKENBLAT'S SPELLBOOK Stitchery Pattern

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  41. Great giveaway! I see rotary cutters, blades, seam rippers and biding clips in your future! LOL

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  42. I think I would start with a Gift certificate to a Fabric Shop, A Gift Certificate to a LAQ, and lastly a Massage. =)

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  43. I have wanted Sew Stitchy for a LONG while, so if I happened to be blessed enough to win, I would buy a layer cake and whatever else I could get to go with it! =) Thank you.

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  44. Top 3 gifts? New pattern books, practical stuff like needles, and obviously fabric!

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  45. And in the shop, I don't need prints, I really don't need them, so I didn't peek, at all, except maybe at the Heather Ross....no! What I need is solids, kona solids. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I'm in a Christmasy kinda mood so I'd have to go with the Moda CHERRY CHRISTMAS Washing Line Peppermint Fabric

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  47. If I was going to give a gift to a fellow quilter, I would choose a FQ or charm square bundle, a Havel's seam ripper, and a gift certificate to an online quilt shop so they could pick something out that suits their tastes.

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  48. Well, three great gifts would be fabrics, rulers and patterns :D

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  49. I love the Kissing Booth jelly roll.

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  50. I would go with a pattern, a charm pack or jelly roll and a seam ripper!

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  51. For gifts:
    1. Pillow cover
    2. Tote bag/pouch
    3. Potholders (you can never have too many!)

    arbendlin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. Very nice shop--I especially like the Oh Deer Layer cake and the kate spain charm packs!

    arbendlin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. I would give a fellow quilter a cutting template (if I knew of one they didn't have), some really great fabric, and/or a great pattern book!

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  54. I just looked at your store for the first time and found several things I would love to get! One of the Kona fat quarter bundles (the one with yellows, oranges and reds is so pretty!), or some Chicopee fabric. Just when I thought I might be able to decide between those two, though, I saw that you have some of the Terrain flannels, and now I think that may be my favorite!

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  55. 1. a gift card to their favorite quilt store
    2. a charm pack cut from my stash
    3. Something I'd made

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  56. i would love to receipe a 241 quilt as you go tote.
    a wide mouth big zip pouch and a gc to my favorite fabric shop

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  57. oh yikes Cori! i really think i need some Marmelade!! ps...pam sent me over!

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  58. I would give a gift certificate to a quilt shop so they could get what they want, a pack of rotary blades and pins :)

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  59. I love the batiks in your store :)

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  60. 1. a handmade zip pouch to hold some fun stuff..
    2. seam ripper with light (saw this on another blog and I think I need one - so I bet others do too)
    3. trader joes ginger snap cookies -- yummy!

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  61. Three favorite things:
    1...new rotary cutter blades
    2...fabric
    3...a hepa marker

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  62. I love your Apprentice fabric!

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  63. I'd give a pack of thread, Cute scissors and a quilted bag to put them in! Thanks!

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  64. For a quilter i would choose the following (only because i want them for myself) lol
    A precut quilt kit
    And some quilt magazines to drool over
    The silloutes of the deer and birds from the oh deer collection
    Thank you for such a wonderful and generous giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  65. I love the moda marbled brights babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  66. I'm the type that gives practical quilter gifts (we all spend money so easily on the fun stuff!). I'd give sewing machine needles, neutral thread and neutral fabric. :)

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  67. Fabrics ofcourse, jellyroll or layercake or chrrmpack. But a good ruler an rollerknife, is also a great gift.

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  68. Fabric, matching thread, a quliting ruler

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  69. I make so many quilts, it would be nice to get one. So, first on my list is a mini quilt to hang up, some good piecing thread, and a fun quilt book.

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  70. 1. A gift card to a fabric store
    2. A Frixion pen
    3. Some fun fat quarters to play with.

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  71. Love all the batiks, especially Eat Your Fruits and Veggies.

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  72. Definitely fabrics, gift certificate to favourite fabric store, buttons ;)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. my favourite item in your shop would be the Superior King Tut 40 wt Variegated Cotton Thread #914 Ramses Red 500 yard spool, just love the colouring!

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  74. Probably fabric, quilting notions, and mini quilts.

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  75. I see you've got Bungle Jungle - I'd love to make something with that someday!

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  76. Top 3 gifts?
    Fabric
    Fabric and
    Chocolate!

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  77. I would choose an Oh Deer layer cake from your shop!

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  78. Lecien Inkwell Vintage paper fabric - love that and have never seen it before. Very cool :) Thanks for the chance!

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  79. Hmm - three quilty gifts I would want to get? I would say pinking shears, Aurifil thread BIG bobbin!!! and a bolt of Kona white :) Not too much to ask for right!!??? Wonderful giveaway - cheers! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  80. Hmmm... a square 12" ruler, a pack of wonderclips and a great big spool of white thread!

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  81. if we're picking favourites, it has to be a fat quarter bundle... Cuzco!

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  82. I always think charm packs, jelly rolls, and the like are great quilter presents. Everyone can also use more rotary cutter blades, tailors chalks, and quilters pins, as well. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  83. I looove the Flirt charm pack on your shop, too.

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  84. 1. A pattern of something they would want me to make them.
    2. A quilty accessory i.e. pin or necklace.
    3. I could use a new iron. ;)

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  85. I would love that Flirty charm pack.

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  86. id love wonder clips, aurifil and a pincushion

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  87. I would give 1 Jelly Roll from Kate Spain; 1 rotary cutter with additional blade and 1 thread cutter. Thank you so much for your generouos giveway. Happy Holidays to you.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  88. For my shopping spree I would go for 2 yards of Kona Cotton Solids and 2 yards of Moda Joy. Thank you for the $50.00 gift certificate. I could have so much fun shopping in your store and buying lots of fabric.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  89. I would give a fat quarter bundle, an awesome hexagon/60 degree triangle ruler, and some cute pins. =)

    Thanks for your generosity.

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  90. I would give a TQM binding tool, Clover Wonder clips, and a bias tape maker!

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  91. thread ... i am ALWAYS running out of thread ... and then i would give her bobbins - FILLED - with more thread ... i am ALWAYS running out of bobbin thread ... and then i would give her a new rotarty cutter - just in case hers keeps losing the ability to lock in the closed position ... my rotary cutter is ALWAYS losing the ability to lock in the closed position

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  92. and my FAVORITE item(s) in your store are all those LOVELY batiks ... i love me some batiks!!!

    p.s. - Mama Spark told me to tell you that she sent me, but i read your blog even when she isn't bossing me around - ha ha ha!!!

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  93. Actually, I picked my friend's name at work here for secret Santa and she's a quilter. So I picked up some fabric (of course), thread, and some new needles for her machine. I figure she has everything she needs for a wee project :)

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  94. Hmmm....top three ideas? A mini iron ... a gift certificate to a shop that sold quilting fabric ... and a gift subscription to The Quilt Show! Haha! I'm easy to shop for ... errr, I mean I know what I'd buy for my quilty friends! :)

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  95. I think the thing I want most of all right now is a Sizzix die cutter (and the space to put it in!). Rotary blades will never go amiss. And I really want some good pinking shears.

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  96. I think my favourite thing in your store are the Moda Marbles charm packs - the citrus one is gorgeous and zingy!

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  97. 1) rotary cutter blades
    2) quilting book
    3) a trip to Quilt Con!

    Thanks for the chance for the generous giveaway!

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  98. Thanks for chances to win. I'd give a couple of those Frixion pens (they are so cool), a few color coordinated fat quarters and the Lazy Girl pattern for the purse insert, which I use to hold all my pens, scissors, rotary cutters, etc.

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  99. Too many lovely things to choose from in your shop, but those Kona solid bundles look wonderful! Thanks again for the chance for your giveaway!

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  100. This Christmas I am giving a Mario inspired Quilt, Designer (Denyse Schmidt) stationery and personalised Rainbow jelly rolls :o)

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  101. I would love to have a Sentiments layer cake from your shop.

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  102. 1. Rotary cutter blades
    2. The newest and coolest fat quarter bundle
    3. Some nice thread

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  103. I always need, and therefore would give:
    thread,
    seam ripper,
    the latest ruler (like Julie Herman)

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  104. I recently purchased Jovial and love that Christmas line.

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  105. I LOVE the Double Chocolate ..Moda fabrics by three sister is yummy.. and would not add to my waist line... LOL
    Gladys

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  106. I would give something quilted to my quilting friends..and have done so many times. It seems that no one thinks that a quilter might like to receice a quilt, but I have found they are thrilled . I woukd also like to be given a quilt, small or large and made by a friend.
    Other choices would be, a gift card to "OUR" favotrite quilt shop, on line or brick and mortar.. The soft grey handled Fiskers.. shears are my favorite and I am sure my friend would love them, they are the easiest on my arthric hands.
    Gladys

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  107. I would give a chance to come and go through my stash of fabrics, patterns and gadgets! Thank you for the generous giveaway.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  108. Charm packs, fancy seam rippers, and pouches.

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  109. I would give a quilter a new quilt magazine, fat quarters of her fav fabric & rotary blades. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  110. I would give a fellow quilter a package of batting, a package of rotary blades and a Sewing Machine Bendable LED Bright Light. I'm so practical.

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  111. I would give a jelly roll of her favorite fabric, a homemade pincushion and rotary blades. All things I could use right now.

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  112. My favorite item in your shop is coming soon - it's Honey Honey fabric by Kate Spain.

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  113. I cannot decide between the Flirt or Kissing Booth jelly rolls in your shop.

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  114. I would give a 1/4" piecing foot, small,sharp scissors and a handmade pincushion

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  115. I think I need some marmalade charms!

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  116. HI! I'D GIVE aA FLIRT CHARM PACK+2 SPOOLS OF AURIFIL THREAD! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  117. LOVE THE 'HONEY HONEY' IN YOUR STORE!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  118. I would give a seam fix, a fat qtr bundle and thread:)

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  119. Replacement rotary blades
    A FQ bundle of their favorite line
    A new cutting mat

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  120. Fabric is always a great gift, maybe a handmade bag or pouch, and some thread would be a good gift too!

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  121. Three gift ideas: Quilting Mat, Quilting Ruler, Quilting Rotary Cuter.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  122. ooh - i saw rotary blades on a previous answer, and i'm totally stealing that.

    rotary blades
    FQ set
    yardage of kona white - i use it in everything!!!

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  123. Favorite from your shop: KISSING BOOTH 29 Fat Eighth Bundle by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  124. i'm drooling over noteworthy ! does the "coming soon" section of your shop count?

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  125. Top 3 gifts for a quilting friend??? Easy- A Hera Marker, a pair of Grabaroos gloves, and some Aurifill thread. I use these items time and again!

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  126. Well, any of the Chicopee fabric would be welcomed...and the solids always call my name!

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  127. 1. Quilt hangers
    2. fat quarters
    3. thread
    Thanks for being part of the blog hop.

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  128. My first thing I would pick out would be a fat quarter bungle. Thanks for being part of the blog hop.

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  129. I'd love to get the Flower Girl quilt kit for a friend of mine. Those are her favorite colors.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  130. Some of the thinks I'd like to find in my Christmas stocking are a Fiskers scissors, new rotary cutter, and fabric...always need more fabrics.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  131. my sewing machine fixed and more fabric and more fabric

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  132. How generous! I would love to give/get a charm pack, some thread, and something small handmade. Say a pincushion or little bag or the like. :)

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  133. I would give them a pattern, fat quarters, and some fun embellishments!

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  134. I would give them a charm pack, a jelly roll of solids and some Aurifil thread.

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  135. Great quilting gift ideas:
    1) Rotating cutting mat
    2) Holder for all those rulers!
    3) A fat quarter bundle of some really luscious fabrics

    (Did I just type my own Christmas wish list?)

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  136. Those Over the Rainbow batiks are gorgeous!

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  137. Oh my...so many choices. I would give an iron because I go through them way too often, a good pair of scissors and a lifetime supply of rotary blades.

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  138. I would love the wee woven from your shop.

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  139. Great giveaway! 3 gift ideas for a quilter...
    1. fabric, of course, specifically, a fat quarter bundle of Marmalade ;)
    2. Some cool quilting rulers
    3. Something handmade...maybe a mug rug
    Thanks!

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  140. The three thing I would give to a quilter

    1. Ginger scissors I have a pair that where given to me and I covet them greatly

    2. Rotary blades because I seem to go threw so many so quickly.

    4. A gift card to a fabric shop because a stash can always be added to.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  141. I love the Cherry Christmas layer cake! :)

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  142. a wide variety of rulers, rotary cutters and lots of machine needles of all sizes. Thanks for the opportunity on a great prize and have a very Merry Christmas. bonnielarson58@gmail.com.

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  143. Gifts for a quilter- magazine subscription, a fabric bundle or a new book. I'd love any of those. Thanks for participating in the Blog Hop Party.

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  144. Wow, that's a great question. Of course, a new rotary cutter, a ruler, the little binding clips by Clover, and a cute little iron to take to classes..great giveaway, maybe I'll get lucky!! diannemitzel1@hotmail.com

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  145. You have so many things in your shop.... I need to go back and spend some more time there. I think I might choose a Kona solids bundle- either My Blue Heaven or Poseidon. They are so pretty.

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  146. I would give fabric to a quilting friend or perhaps some clever notion that I think they'd use. Thanks for being part of the blog hop.

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  147. I love the Lush Running Stitch fabrics by Patty Young in all six colors - SO beautiful! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  148. Last year I gave my sewing friends a handmade needle case. They loved them.

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  149. That Flirt charm pack on the front page is adorable!

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  150. I would give batting, you can never have too much of that. Alsothe person's favorite fabric charm pack. Thread!

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  151. I'd love:

    1. a pin cushion (can't have too many!)
    2. a fat quarter bundle of my friend's favorite fabric.
    3. fabric store gift certificate

    Thanks!

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  152. Rotary cutter blades, a jelly roll, and something homemade (pin cushion, mug rug, tote, etc).

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  153. I love the Moda Cherry Christmas line!

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  154. Stitch ripper, Auriful thread and a charm pack of Lotta Jansdotter's new line, Glimma.

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  155. I would love a snow jelly roll and some fat quarters.

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  156. Gifts would be fabric, tools and chocolate! :) Thanks for such an awesome giveaway! Happy Holidays to You! :)

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  157. I love the flower girl quilt kit from your shop! :)

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  158. That's pretty easy! Fabrics, inspiring books and notions:)

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  159. Hummmm...top three.....well, my purple thang is number one, then my six inch by one inch ruler and my Fixon pens.

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  160. I like the ghastlies, it's interesting!

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  161. I would love to own the Eat Your Fruit and Veggies batik bundle.

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  162. I think a quilting friend would love a new 2013 calender, maybe some new fine sewing pins, and a couple of charm packs to get started. Thank you for this awesome prize.

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  163. I would love Holly Taylor Trails End f/q bundle. I love every line she does. Thanks for the chance to win a great gift.

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  164. Ohhh gorgeous yummies here,
    I would choose the 50 fat quarters of Old Glory Gatherings, William Morris Layer Cake and the yummy Kissing Booth Jelly Roll..... thankyou so much for this competition, you brightened my dark morning :0)x

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  165. Hmm, a color coordinated set of pearl cotton thread, a zippered pouch in their (or my) three favorite colors, and last, a Q-snap quilting stand for anybody who likes to do any hand stitching (and I am happy to say I had it on my Christmas list and my MIL ordered one for me!). Thank you for the giveaway!

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  166. Fabric is always a winner, followed by thread and thirdly a couple of Amazon wish list quilting books.

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  167. I love Kate Spain so am hankering to get my hands on some Cuzco.

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  168. A rotary cutter, seam cutter, and fabric

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  169. Thanks for the chance! my quilter mum and I normally exchange fabrics and notions. She doesn't know how to buy online so she gets pretty excited about everything that i can buy for her in the US shops. I always buy her fabrics which are out of her comfort zone, so that she has a challenge thinking about what to do with them.

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  170. I really love the Over the Rainbow Batiks in your shop!

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  171. Fabric, rotary cutter and blades, and seam rippers.

    I'd love to get my hands on some FQ by Kate Spain.
    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

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  172. Let's see: rotary cutter (and/or blades), fabric, and a fun notion

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  173. Fabric, havels seam ripper, the book - 500 art quilts

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  174. I like your thread collections - especially the aurifil sets!

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  175. 1. fabric 2. fabric 3. and more fabric! my stash is too small! :)

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  176. Would love to have a rotating cutting mat, the Quick Curve Ruler & a non-stick pressing sheet. Very generous giveaway - Thanks!

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  177. Really like the Warmth collection from Moda. Already have a pattern in mind, but the quilting budget is down to nothing for the rest of the month (sad).

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  178. Would give:
    1. Jelly roll or a charm pack
    2. Templates
    3. Cutting mat and a cutter

    Thank you so much for this chance :D

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  179. top gift ideas would be batik fabric, an applique or piecing book and thread. I would wrap the book in the fabric and put a ribbon around the whole thing using the thread as a bow.

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  180. I would love to try Aurifil thread and see if it's as good as I have heard it is.

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  181. I'm going backwards order for these comments. My choice from your store would be a Kona solids 1930s Bundle. I think those are gorgeous. Thanks for the chances to win

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  182. I have a friend who is a fellow quilter, she enjoys batiks and felted wool. I would definitely have to get her a selection of those items. The third item I'm not too sure. Maybe a new set of needles.

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  183. Top 3? A good iron, fabric, a new blade for my cutter.thanks

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  184. No. 1 would be fabric, No. 2 a fun little notion, No. 3 would be a handmade item because even though I make my own things it's always so nice for someone to make something for yourself

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  185. Fabric I haven't seen before, a fun pair of little scissors, and a portable sewing case.

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  186. 1)Charm packs, 2)other precuts, 3)cute pattern using 1 or 2. I like to make it simple! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  187. I'm really into Kate Spain so that's what I'd be shopping for!

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  188. 3 gift ideas:
    pillow
    travel pouch
    jar filled with fqs

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  189. swoon, you had me at Kissing Booth!!

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  190. rotary blades, thread and batting to be super practical and those are the things I always need! Or a handmade pouch or storage basket is always useful too :)

    p..s do you know your word verification is on? It makes it harder to comment!

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  191. Wow you have a lot of great lines!! It was hard but I love the Wee Wovens, all the American Jane and the flannel Marmalade :)

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  192. Wow let see my favorite items in your store are themonster-bash-halloween-fabrics.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  193. 3 gifts for quilting. Mini size rotary cutter, mini sized iron and a rowenta steam engine type iron
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  194. top 3 gifts to give or get: fabric fabric fabric! okay, so fabric in a fav. color or print, a fun pattern or book, and thread - because who can't use thread?

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  195. i'd use the gift car don a FQ bundle of Mod Century, or Marmalade.

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