Friday, August 10, 2012

Friday Fun Day ... and Two Giveaways

Hi Everyone,

Oh my goodness I haven't blogged since Monday... eep! It took me until Wednesday to get all of the sale orders cut (that is the longest it has taken me to recover from a sale) then my mom was here yesterday so I just didn't have time. I hope you all had an awesome week.

Today I am offering my favorite Christmas collection for a giveaway. I wish you guys could see this in person I think it is so pretty. I love non-traditional Christmas fabric:

I love Tina Givens! So a fat quarter bundle of this (the panel will be bigger to get in more of the Polar Bear squares). Just leave me a comment about your favorite Christmas project in the past or future. Giveaway ends midnight 8/17.

Also I should have mentioned this the other day... I sponsored a little giveaway for my friend Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts she is doing a blog hop... check out the adorable nappy (diaper) wallet she tuted up for you and enter to win some Coquette Charm packs.



By the way Coquette is gorgeous... just thought I would say that LOL

I hope you have an awesome Friday and weekend. I am having a sewing and Project Runway marathon with my sweet friend Jennifer tomorrow.

Talk soon!

166 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful day sewing tomorrow!!!! You deserve it after such a busy week!!!!

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  2. Busy lady!! My favorite christmas project was the quilt I made for my mother last Christmas

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  3. Marathon sewing - yeah, pedal to the metal! I just finished the sweetest mystery X-mas quilt with a group & pillow.

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  4. I am busy making t-shirt quilts for each of the girls using my husbands shirts - he had a couple of 100 when he passed - it was easy to put together theme's for each of them, Spring training in AZ, Hard rock cafe, etc. A lot of work and a lot of tears but a lot of memories.

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  5. Enjoy the marathon! Sounds like fun! :-) I agree-- Coquette is gorgeous! Thanks so much for the charms you sent-- I have been having so much for playing with them-- trying to choose just the *perfect* design! :-)

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  6. My favorite Christmas project is a tree skirt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. I've loved making stockings for foster kids. This year I need to make a Christmas tree skirt/skort for my mom.

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  8. My favorite Christmas project in the past was embroidered ornaments that I made to hang on the tree.

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  9. I would love to make a fabric advent calendar! Been on my to-do list for a bit... hope I can get to it!

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  10. I made four quilts two Christmases ago that were very well loved. Last year all I managed was a needlepoint stocking, but my mother-in-law bought me a kit to paper piece some stockings and I am hoping like crazy to attempt it this year!

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  11. I have to say that my favorite Christmas project in the past were the stockings I made for each of my 3 kids as each one was born. The first was a needlepoint, and the other two were cross stitch. They still make me warm and fuzzy when I get them out each year, even though all my kids are grown and married now.

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  12. I like making Christmas pillows. Have fun with your friend. I like watching Project Runway, too.

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  13. Goooorggeous Christmas line!! The colors are sweet and sassy:)

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  14. I make a Christmas quilt every year! I'm just trying to decide what fabrics to use for this year's!

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  15. Have an amazing sewing day.
    I like make christmas runners and wallhanging.This summer I`m working in a QAL called Reinders Games ,designed by Barb and Carol.

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  16. My favorite Christmas project was a Eleanor Burn's pattern using charm squares. It was made at a retreat so that made it even better :)

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  17. oh that is such pretty Christmas fabric! and pink is my favourite colour! I love that I make my girl/ or by from a friend who makes a new ornament each year. I love the advent pouches I did last year. and I really enjoy making fun gift tags to make the presents pretty - I like to wrap in plain brown paper and have the home-made gift tag be the focal point

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  18. My favourite Christmas project is one I haven't started! I've been 'collecting' fabrics for it for at least eighteen months but keep changing my mind about the quilt I want to make...one day I'll actually start it ;o) Have a great weekend x

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  19. I haven't done a Christmas project yet since I got my first sewing machine this pas Christmas! I am planning on a few projects for this year though, a simple Christmas throw and a few other goodies! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  20. I like making Christmas tree ornaments with anything sparkly! I also have wanted to make a Christmas quilt using some BasicGrey, but it hasn't happened yet. Love this collection!

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  21. My favorite Christmas project is my Festive Mystery quilt that I made this year during the Christmas Quiltalong. We meet in blog land once a month and tomorrow I will add the final borders. Thanks for the chance to win some fabulous fabrics!

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  22. My favorite Christmas quilt is a scrappy strip project out of Evelyn Sloppy's book. Several friends traded strips and we all made quilts using those strips. However, we all used different setting fabric. Now to quilt it so I can display it this Christmas!

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  23. I am hoping to make a tree skirt for our Christmas Tree this year.

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  24. My favorite Christmas project (at least it was a favorite once it was finished) was an appliqued and handquilted jacket. Alas, I "grew", and right now I'm not quite sure exactly where it is!

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  25. A Christmas tree skirt! I need to do another one, though.

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  26. My favorite Christmas project is the quilt I am working on now which is embroidered and quilted. I can't wait until it is finished.

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  27. The first thing I ever quilted! A Henley Studio Christmas Advent Calender hanging panel, with charming little cats.

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  28. I'm made pillows for my baby girls :)

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  29. I have a couple do favorite Christmas projects. I made a tree skirt the year before last and a really lovely log cabin throw in Christmas fabrics. I love Tina givens too and have some of her fabric.

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  30. I want to make a christmas pants, LOL , skirt or skorts, depends who is making it, but this non traditional xmas would be my dream..

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  31. I am working on making a quilt with the Joy panel by Kate Spade. I decided to just add pinwheels around it with the Joy FQ's and add a border. So far, making this has been my favorite Christmas project!

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  32. I'm excited to finish my Kim Diehl Santa wall hanging. The top is done and I'll be machine quilting it this month.

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  33. i made christmas table runners last year and would love to win this for something else thanks for the giveaway

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  34. My favorite is a crazy log cabin wall hanging I made for my sister with Christmas fabrics a couple of years ago. She keeps it hanging on the wall of her spare bedroom year round. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  35. Have fun sewing. I have made two Christmas quilts neither of which I have because my kids keep taking all the quilts I make.

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  36. HI1 LAST YEAR I MADE A BURGUNDY AND CREAM TABLE RUNNER FOR MY DAUGHTER FOR CHRISTMAS! IT TURNED OUT SO BEAUTIFUL USING 14" STAR BLOCKS!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  37. Project Runway and Sewing sound like an awesome marathon idea to me! Enjoy! and thanks for the chance!

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  38. My quilt club made wonky Christmas tree quilts that turned out so cute.

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  39. Have a great day sewing with your friend tomorrow! My fave Christmas project made so far would have to be a Christmas jelly roll quilt I made last year using Sweetwater's Countdown to Christmas for Moda collection! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  40. What fun fabric, thank you for the giveaway. My favourite christmas project has been making stockings for all of our family.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  41. Currently I am making a quilted tree skirt for the Christmas tree. Hoping for a November finish :-)

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  42. Last year was my first Christmas as a quilter. I made my mom a quilt. The LQS only had enough of the HOPE FAITH LOVE fabric to do the borders of a quilt and just a bit on the front. She's always hoped for us, had faith in us, and loved us beyond measure so it was perfect for her.

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  43. Each year my daughter and I make felted ornaments for our family and friends. This year had to be the best ones we got the idea from Pinterest: forest friends (moose and bear).

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  44. Oh I love this fabric! There are too many adorable Christmas fabrics this year.

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  45. My favorite Christmas project is a gift I'm working on. The embroidery to go bag on pellon projects. I've never made a bag like this before so its pretty fun.

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  46. I have an adorable Scottie Dog Christmas panel to make, I hope to get it done this year!

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  47. I am working on a snowman Christmas embroidery. Maybe I'll get it done this year!

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  48. It's a lovely bundle!

    My favorite Christmas project to date is the snowman quilt I made for my sister last year. It was a lot of work and a new experience for me, but she loved it, so it was well worth it all!

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  49. My favorite Christmas project will be the first Christmas quilt I make - hopefully with this lovely bundle of fabrics. Rest up! Glad your sales kept you busy.

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  50. My favourite christmas project was the spider web tree skirt I made last year.

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  51. Love the look of this, I've not done much Christmas sewing but already thinking that this year I might just have time. So far my favourite things are stockings made using Amy Butler Belle fabrics (4 years ago!) not Christmas fabrics but they look great!

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  52. My favorite Christmas project was making personalized felt stockings with and for my nieces.

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  53. My favorite project has been a tree skirt I made as a gift. Now I need to make one for me.

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  54. I did a feathered star quilt in Christmas colors.

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  55. I have to say my favorite christmas craft was the plaid flannel shirt I made mt sister last year. :) I need to make more garments.

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  56. I don't have a favorite Christmas project. I don't usually do them. Oh wait, but this very day I am working on something for my Mother-in-law for Christmas. A palm tree quilt with all the hand prints of her grandchildren. It is so fitting: PALM tree made of painted palms and she lives in Florida.

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  57. i [gasp] have not made a real christmassy project! but, never fear, i'm pulling fabric for one! a big christmas star, 50x50 and should be cutting for it soon.

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  58. I'm making my first Christmas quilt this year, so I am very stoked about it. I am going to use my new Dresden ruler. Thanks for sharing!

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  59. I love making handmade Christmas ornaments for family and friends. We've made drums from toilet paper rolls, felt and gold thread; crocheted and starched stars; and other designs using papier-mache and bread dough.

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  60. My favorite Christmas project was the stockings I made for the family.

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  61. As we moved to the US last year, I made Christmas stockings for the whole family. We don't have them in Germany
    Greetings, Tina

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  62. My favourite project so far is the sample quilt I made in red and aqua...the one you can see in my little picture :-) Enjoy your weekend. x

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  63. I adore all kinds of Christmas projects...I want to do a tree skirt this year (and those luscious fabrics would be perfect!!LOL). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  64. I just finished a quilt top with Kate Spain's Joy line. I love how it turned out. Thanks for the giveaway

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  65. Thanks for another great giveaway!! I love to do Christmas table runners.

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  66. Favorite Christmas Project?? The embroidered block quilt made for both of our grandchildren. One won an honorable mention in our guild quilt show, so my granddaughter will one day inherit my ribbon if she wants it.

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  67. I crocheted a pineapple tree skirt one... didn't finish until after Christmas but man, it sure is nice!

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  68. I stitched a nativity scene, & colored it in with crayons. It's my favorite Christmas decoration. Thanks.

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  69. favourite Christmas projects have to be smocked christmas frocks for my daughters as babies. One in warm red flannel with white smocking, and another in a holly print with red white and green. Matching knicks to cover their nappies!

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  70. My favorite Christmas project was making tote bags for my daughter and 2 daughter-in-laws!

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  71. I would like to make a tree skirt

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  72. I would love to make Christmas aprons to give as gifts for Christmas!!

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  73. My favorite is a quilt that I made for my mom last Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. My favorite Christmas project was the surprise quilt I made for my then boyfriend, now husband! Love a surprise.

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  75. Amazing how the days are flying by - Christmas is so close!! My favourite Christmas project was a stocking I made out of red fleece for my husband when we came over from UK to Canada (we were dating at the time) - it made it with no pattern and it was like a jesters shirt so I added bells to each point. We still use it after 12 years :)

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  76. My favorite Christmas project was started last year but still hasn't been completed...someday maybe. It is my sampler quilt sewn from all vintage fabrics. Really need to get it done! Glad you are back in the land of the blogging I have missed you all week! Have fun with project runway, last night's episode was a bit shocking!

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  77. have so much fun sewing tomorrow! thanks for the chance!

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  78. I designed some simple felt ornaments for my grand children to help me sew. Little memories from each of them every year

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  79. My favorite Christmas project was an appliqued Snowman tote bag I made last year. I made several actually and gave them away. I love adding his eyes and giving him a personality. This fabric absolutely took my breath away! Beautiful!

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  80. My favorite Christmas project was making personalized Christmas stockings for my 3 adult children and my SIL. Fun!

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  81. I love what I made for our gift exchange last year at BAMQG.

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  82. My favorite Christmas project is my Funky Santa quilt I finished 2 years ago. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  83. My fav.. Made 3 Xmas lap quilts for grandkids with the same material, but all different! They are soooo cute....cannot wait to see them when they open them this Xmas!

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  84. I favourite xmas project was a quilt I made for my aunt. It was a basic solid fabric quilt but she loved it so much she started to cry.

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  85. My favourite Christmas project was a tree wallhanging I designed and worked out how to make all the squares "on point"...I was sooo excited!

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  86. I am hoping to make a Christmas lap quilt this year! :)

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  87. That fabric does look lovely! I haven't sewn a Christmas project before....hoping to do a tree skirt for this year, maybe a lap quilt if I get enough time!

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  88. Such pretty fabrics - my favourite Christmas project was making a table runner for a swap last year.

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  89. I've been drooling over this collection. I'm working on my first ever quilt now, so I've not done a Christmas project yet, but I'm planning one using a star pattern that I'm very excited about.

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  90. My favorite Christmas Quilting project was a red, white and green quilt I made that made all kinds of words. Like JOY, and PEACE, and several others. They joined together like a crossword puzzle.
    Thanks for the giveaway. The fabrics look awesome.

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  91. Sounds like you HAVE had a busy week! That TGivens fabric sure does look beautiful. Last year I made some stockings for foster kids, and it was the first time I had made stockings. It was really really really fun, and I learned a bunch of stuff about quilting and applique. So that is my favorite project (so far!)

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  92. Sewing for the granddaughters is a favorite thing at Christmas. This year I will get to make a dolly quilt for my precious little adopted grandie!

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  93. Our extended family draws names for Christmas. The last few I have made quilts for the recipient. Nice way to think about and pray for a family member that may not know really well.
    nridder@hurontel.on.ca

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  94. Polar bears!! I'm currently using Brr! to make a baby quilt for my sister, whose favourite animal is polar bears! This would most definitely become something for her... A tree skirt, I think! Thanks for the plug too!

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  95. I made my mom a santa cross stiched project when I was very young. It's not perfect, but it still hangs on our tree every year, so it's my favorite present that I've given.

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  96. My favorite project is the stockings I made for my sister and her family.

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  97. My favorite is a wreath I made last year and also the ornaments I made with my kids.

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  98. I've really only done 1 Christmas project since I started quilting.
    I made a throw pillow for my daughter that had an appliqued penguin on it and the outer borders were straight line quilted.

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  99. A quilt out of my Brr! fabric is pending; thanks for chance! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  100. Last year I sewed all my extended family's gifts - whew! I enjoyed it, but it took up several months & may only occur every other year!

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  101. My fave Xmas project was making the Snowman family album quilt! A family fave!!!!

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  102. My favorite Christmas project was a twin sized quilt made with carebear pre-cut squares. Turned out great. It was for our 3 year old granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. I too love 'alternative' holiday fabric. These are so pretty. I want to make a new tree skirt. Mine is 25 years old and I want something more 'current' fabric-wise.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  104. A couple years a go I made everyone in my family personalized stockings. They were kind of my first ever sewing project, so I love them. This year I was thinking along the lines of a tree skirt or a wall hanging, but we'll see. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. I want to sew a quilt that bold and bright. I was thinking I would like to have large squares to show off fabric and smaller ones for balance.

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  106. Many years ago I made a 48" x 48" 3D wall hanging of Santa in his sleigh (full of quilts) flying across the night sky with a town below. It was tedious to make because I don't really like to applique but now I love it when I see it hanging in my son's house during the holidays.
    Have a fun weekend! Stay cool!

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  107. My favorite Christmas project was a bright yellow stocking I made for my niece. It was all sparkling with golden threads woven thru the fabric and I embellished it with a gold snowflake ornament topped with a gold crystal organza pouf cuff. She loved it and still uses it.

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  108. Have fun tomorrow. Thanks for the chance to win such beautiful fabric.

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  109. Several years ago I made wall hangings for a few friends. They were appliqued and have a world and two doves on them. I never got one made for me, but when a friend passed away, his family gave me the one I had made for him. I still have the pattern and may make it again, it was so simple to do!
    Sandy A

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  110. My favourite Christmas project so far is a quilted tree skirt made out of navy fabric with tiny gold stars on it. I love the way it looks under my tree,,,but I'm thinking it's time for something fresh this year. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. My favorite Chrismtas project was my new wool tree skirt that I made last year.

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  112. This year, I am looking forward to making some Christmas stockings. This fabric would be PERFECT for it. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

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  113. I love to make Christmas stockings and aprons!

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  114. I made a pair of Christmas stockings for my sons a few years back, non-traditional fabric as I chose a pirate print.

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  115. My favorite Christmas project was a twin quilt for my 26 year old son a couple of Christmases ago. He loved it, and the first thing he said was, "Where's the label." That surprised me, and i was sure glad i included one on the back!

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  116. My favorite Christmas gift is Christmas themed purses. They are great gifts. You need to give these Christmas purses early so your recipients can use them for the whole Holiday season.

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  117. Sempre gosto de corredor de tabela,é rápido e fácil.Pena que não tenho tecidos de natal na minha cidade,sempre trabalho com sólidos verdes e vermelhos.

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  118. I am just beginning to quilt. I am working on my second quilt now. I would like to make Christmas stockings for my daughters and grandson this year. Thanks for a chance to win. ~Jen

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  119. Would be an Advent calendar I made that hangs on the fireplace and is filled with little goodies for the grands!

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  120. My favorite Christmas project was making stockings for the family. This year I'd like to make a table topper, but I really want to make and Advent calendar.

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  121. I am hoping to get this one done for Christmas: http://cinderberrystitches.typepad.com/cinderberrystitches/2012/08/the-toymaker.html
    I love her projects and have quite a lot that I would love to finish.
    Favourite Christmas projects that I have finished is a purple bunting using Gail Pan's designs. It is wonderful.

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  122. id love to make two small christmas quilts for my children ....

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  123. My favorite Christmas project is a tree skirt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  124. I have dreams of dumping my Kmart Christmas skirt and making one of my own for me and a matching one to put away for my daughter so that when she goes out on her own, she has a little piece of home of her own.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  125. I like making Christmas stockings.

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  126. I'm planning a Christmas gift quilt for my son, a software developer, using binary fabrics and equation fabrics. The quilt design looks like shelves or cubby-holes. So excited about this one!
    And the fabrics you're offering are gorgeous!

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  127. My favorite would be a table topper I made using the disappearing 9-patch block. I am planning to make a couple more this year.

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  128. I am doing my first QAL right now and plan on gifting to my MIL for the holidays!

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  129. Making Christmas ornaments for the tree or for just hanging wherever, I made stars last year.
    The Tina Givens fabrics look awesome in the photo so can hardly wait to see and touch them. I like their soft, quiet elegance and would love to win them.
    thank you Julie for the give-away.

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  130. I've only started sewing recently and have nearly finished my first ever Christmas project. It's a Grinch quilt for my son. But I'd love to win this because I think it'd make a lovely quilt for me to snuggle under over the festive period, because I know my son won't want to share his!

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  131. I loved the patchwork placemeats I made. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. Enjoy your sewing marathon! My best friend is 1500 miles away and I would just LOVE to have a marathon with her! I am currently making table toppers with matching place mats for Christmas gifts and I am hoping to get stockings made this year--I need to make 16!!! Thanks for an awesome giveaway! Good luck, Everyone! :)

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  133. I think my favorite Christmas project was making some Christmas (fabric) bags for Christmas wrapping. I thought it was a great way to use up my Christmas scraps. But this fabric would look sweet as a tree skirt.

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  134. I love love love sewing Christmas dresses for the little ones. SEW much fun!!!

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  135. I am working on two quilts using Blitzen. brought it all to the beach with me but finding I have very little time for sewing.
    CJJ
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  136. i just made a christmas tree skirt at the beginning of the summer. absolute favourite by far! :)

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  137. Before my daughter died, we hand made all the christmas tree decorations. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  138. thank you so much for this giveaway!
    I am not such a good crafter and newly arrived to quilting but I liked some roses I made with plastic bottles they turned out glass like =)

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  139. I only started sewing last year but I made an advent calendar from a kit and it will be coming out again this year!

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  140. I remember making a Santa Chritmas Banner w/ sequins & everything.My daughter was 18 months at the time. I can't believe I finished it! Just last year I came across it in a forgotten box! My daughter turned 39 years old this year.

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  141. Oh a few years back I made a Farmville Christmas stocking for my mother in law featuring pix of her farm that I downloaded and printed onto fabric. It turned out fantastic.
    Love the cute xmas line you are giving away. You are the sweetest.

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  142. My favorite Christmas project is doing little ornaments each year for my children and grandchildren. I love that I'm adding a little heirloom to their Christmas decorations... a special remembrance of how special my family is to me! Be especially blessed, Kathy

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  143. This is such gorgeous Christmas fabric! I'll be making some new stockings and the Christmas quilt that I've always wanted!

    Thank you for the giveaway

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  144. My favorite Christmas project was pajamas for everyone in the family. Each year my kids, niece and nephew still look forward to their new PJ’s. I know this won’t last forever but I am going to enjoy it while I can.

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  145. Such beautiful, BEAUTIFUL fabric. Can you imagine a Christmas quilt made from these? I suppose my Christmas project will be to cook a traditional Christmas dinner, where all the components come together, AT THE SAME TIME!!

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  146. When we had just started dating, back in 1985, I made my sweetheart an elaborate cross-stitched Christmas stocking. It makes me happy every year when I pull it out of the box and hang it for Santa to fill.

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  147. My favorite Christmas project was a set of four very detailed cross stitched Christmas stockings I made for my boys, husband and myself over the course of several years. Thanks for the chance at some marvelous fabric.

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  148. I haven't made a lot of Christmas projects but would love to make a tree skirt or stockings in the future. :)

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  149. I'm working on a QAL quilt and it's for my husband as a Christmas present.

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  150. My favorite christmas project in the past has been embroidered ornaments. Thanks for the chance
    to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  151. At the moment I am very wxcited with a quilt I am planning to make this Christmas for my mother. I think she will love it and I think I will have a great time doing it!

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  152. I'm planning on making a little Christmas tree skirt for my MIL this year (for she only has a table top tree). She doesn't like regular Christmas fabric/colors, so these would be PERFECT for her! Thanks, Julie, for this give away!

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  153. My favorite Christmas project was (is?) a quilt I made for my mom. I had seen a quilt online made from HST's and I was able to re-create it and I loved it SO much. It turned out 10x better than I expected. I packed it up lovingly and sent it to my mom, and after she opened it she texted me and said "I like the wall hanging."

    Huh? WALL HANGING?! I made you a quilt!!!

    I still love the quilt, but I'm not sure if she'll get another anytime soon ;)

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  154. I love that Christmas fabric! Wow! My favorite Christmas project is Advent Calendars. I just love them in any form! Oh, and making Christmas cookies! LOL

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  155. I love making things for Christmas because there are so many fun things to make. My kids really love the advent calendar that I made years ago.

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  156. My all time favorite Christmas project is the plastic canvas Christmas "mailbox" that I made for my in-laws years ago. They love it and so do I.

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  157. Oh cute fabric for the holidays. Now to get my "old" Pfaff fixed. I must sew and a new machine is not in the mix for me right now. But something will work out and will be fine. Thanks for the chance to win. Have a gr8 week.

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  158. My favorite Christmas project were a bunch of mini tote bags I made one year for all the ladies in my family. I thought they turned out so cute!

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  159. Christmas is coming sooner than I like to think! This fabric would help me ease into the notion ... it being not so overtly Christmassy! It's very pretty!

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  160. Just finished making the Vintage Q uilt for the quilt along, at least the blocks. I am quite happy with that. The material for the give away is beautiful. Love a chance to win. marlaruthnelson@gmail.com

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  161. I really want to make a tree skirt. I need to find just the right pattern, and some time to do it!

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  162. I have found the most adorable tree skirt, a ruffled tree skirt. Now I just need the fabrics to make it... this would be perfect! Right now that is my favorite Christmas project

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  163. My favorite Christmas project was that I made 4 quilts for 4 special people the 1st year I started making quilts * only 4 years ago ! I want to make a pieced tree skirt ..... thanks !

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  164. I JUST GOT MY ORDER IN, I ADORE THIS BUNDLE, I JUST WANT TO HANG IT UP LIKE IT IS. ITS SO SO CUTE. AND SOFT AND VIBRANT...

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  165. I wanted to make the wall hanging that came out last year. It says Ho Ho Ho in a kinda funky way, I can't remember the designer right now, or even the book it was in... geez I hope I can find it. I'm also hoping to make a square tree skirt this year.

    Favorite project I've made is my kids stockings, they're from the Grinch Stole Christmas Panel, so they look like Whoville stockings. Love them!

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