Monday, November 19, 2012

Happy Monday

Hi Everyone,

Happy Thanksgiving week! So I thought I would show some pictures from Market... yes I know a little late but oh well. I am updating the coming soon page slowly but surely. I had someone helping me with online things but she was having trouble working it around the family so I am on my own again.

Here are some things that are coming to the shop soon (in alphabetical order)

Alchemy Quilting Cotton and Voile:



Architextures:




Asbury


Bekko Home Dec



Blomma


 Constellations


Global Bazaar


Honey Honey


Indie Chic


Les Amis De Foret (My Sally made that cute little mini quilt)


 Sally also made that little mini hanging on the table



We spent a lot of time with Patty can you tell?


Comma



Posy



Salt Water


I want to do this (below) as a club block of the month in the shop :)

I am also getting the Hexagon kits for Salt Water... these are only a few of the tons of fabrics I have coming...

I downloaded tons of pictures yesterday so I should be able to get the coming soon page updated in the next couple days. I am taking Wednesday and Thursday off and wanted to spend a good part of Wednesday working on the website. Then we will have a Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale... and all heck will break lose :)

So if you read this far.... lucky you... if you leave a message here telling me what you are thankful for I will send you a fun pack of Market goodies if you are the winner of the random drawing. This drawing ends tonight at midnight PST.  So comment away.

Talk soon :)

191 comments:

  1. I'm thankful for learning to sew this year! And I'm thankful for your image shots of fabric and for your attentive customer service :)

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  2. I love all the Market pictures. There are so many great lines coming out. I'm thankful for my wonderful husband. :) He lets me buy fabric and encourages me to be creative.

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  3. We had our Canadian Thanksgiving in October. I am thankful that I got to have two Thanksgivings, one in the Yukon with my family here and one in Newfoundland with my daughter and her family there.

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  4. I am thankful for a job with flexible hours that gives me time to sew. I've been trying to be good and not buy myself much before Christmas. However, looking at all the beautiful fabric you have gotten in recently, and will be getting soon, I think I may have to do some shopping for my husband soon. Good thing he doesn't mind too much when I buy my own gifts for him to give me - LOL!

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  5. Wow, thanks for the pics -- so many fun things coming up! Of course I'm thankful for pretty, inspiring fabrics, but I'm most thankful for my family. They are the sweetest things ever.

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  6. So many beautiful fabrics coming soon! I hope you have a great week and are able to take a break. You've been busy!!

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  7. I'm thankfull that I read this far....and that I have my eye sight and good health.These things are not always appreciated until old age when we might loose them.

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  8. Of course I'm thankful for my husband and kids!

    I'm interested in that voile. I want to make some infinity scarves for me and my sister in law and cousin. We are scarf people!

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  9. I am thankful for health insurance and a sweet rehab aide who gives me half days when I ask for them.

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  10. I am thankful for family and great friends and being able to spend time with both during the holiday. I am thankful for housing security, food security, and electricity. I am grateful for work I love.

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  11. I have so many things to be thankful for. My home, and family, but mostly I am thankful for a loving God who provides us with all that we need. Thanks so much for the Market recap. Very inspiring.

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  12. I am thankful for better health and for living in a beautiful area of the country with an awesome neighborhood who helps and takes care of each other.

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  13. I am very thankful that my family is happy and all headed down good paths. I am also thankful for every minute of time I get to have with my precious sister who was diagnosed with brain cancer over a year ago - I am also thankful for her doctors and medical care that have given her more time (and quality time!) than expected. I am also thankful for the online quilting community that encourages and inspires me daily!

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  14. I have some many many things to be thankful for!!! Great family, good friends, good health and my passion for fabrics and quilts! I would love the BOM quilt you want to do. I love the new fabric lines that will be in for me to touch soon!!

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  15. Thanks for the pictures from Quilt Market - they never get old. Everyone has differnt eyes, and you included pics of things I hadn't seen before. I am thankful this year, as always, for my wonderful husband. He's my best friend.

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  16. I am thankful for my husbands succsessful surgery six years ago. He now has a job that can support our whole family so I have been able to stay at home with my boys the last year.

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  17. Thanks for asking, I am thankful for a wonderfully encouraging husband and family and my God. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  18. I'm thankful that my kids are healthy and that my husband's stay in the hospital was short. I'm thankful for the medical staff at the RUH Emergency room. I'm thankful for friends and neighbors that jumped in without question to help us. :)

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  19. look like some fantastic lines coming soon! must be fun to open up boxes of bolts!
    I'm thankful to be able to go home for the holiday this year again and thankful that my mom loves quilting as much as i do!

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  20. So Thankful for two great kids and a wonderful family :) Have a great week!

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  21. Does anyone not read to the end of your posts? They'd be crazy not to! I know you didn't ask, but I am jumping up and down in my chair waiting for constellations. Ok, not literally since I have a rather fat cat on my lap. But you know what I mean.

    Lately I'm thankful for all the amazing things that we take for granted. Plumbing, electricity, clean water and air. Pretty awesome stuff.

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  22. I am very thankful for my healthy baby boy!!

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  23. I'm thankful for you and the pictures you posted today, you gave me some inspiration.

    But mostly I'm thankful for my wonderful husband, my children, and my two precious fur babies. I have a new "old" home in a small town and life is sweet right now!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. Happy Monday back at ya! Your post might be late to you, but I was doing the "flu" through market posts and just getting caught up. I'm thankful for something out of the ordinary. I'm thankful for the ability of my son's dad and I to co-habitate and co-parent even though we are no longer together. Creative living through this economy is so necessary, and I'm flabbergasted that I'm not the only one doing this! Grateful for my son staying the priority!

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  25. I am thankful for another day, for my family and for the rich blessings God gives me daily.

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  26. I am thankful for a lot, but this year I am especially thankful for a much anticipated baby that will be joining our family in April of 2013. :) Can't wait for Les Amis to come out to make a few baby items!

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  27. I love your pictures from Market because, I think, that as a shop owner you tend to focus on pictures of the fabrics and their uses and that's what I want to see! So thanks for that :) I am thankful for so much this year. First and foremost, I am thankful for my happy and healthy family, most importantly my 4 little blessings who just light up my life. I'm also thankful for this hobby that brings so much happiness to me and for the sewing and blogging community with whom I can share it all with. Happy Thanksgiving Julie!

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  28. I'm thankful for my friends and family near and far. Every year it seems more of us are far apart distance wise but in our hearts we are always near.

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  29. Wow lots of lovely new fabrics - really looking forward to architexture. I'm thankful for free wood that fuels are wood burning stove

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  30. I'm thankful to have my husband home for thanksgiving this year and for my kids. They're a fantastic little trio.

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  31. I'm most thankful for my husband. He's incredibly supportive and generous. Can't wait for all the new fabrics!

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  32. I am thankful for the support of family and friends and for the joys of my new hobby of sewing and quilting!

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  33. Fabulous photos - thanks for sharing! I'm thankful for my two gorgeous nieces who light up my life! And for all the friends I've made through the online quilting community, they do the same as my nieces!

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  34. I am thankful for my friends and family. They give me a reason to to smile, laugh and sew!! Can't wait to see all of the nice goodies!

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  35. I am so so thankful for a sweet co-teacher who let me borrow her car (and covered our class) when I had a dental emergency last week.

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  36. I am most thankful for a husband that loves me, and generally indulges me when I want something (within reason). And he brought in AND split all of our firewood for the year.

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  37. I am thankful that my hubby is home this year for the holidays with us instead of in Afghanistan!! It is going to be SOOO rewarding for my almost 5 yr old son too to have daddy with us!!! We are also very excited to fry our turkey this year;)

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  38. I am thankful that my family actually wants to get together for the Thanksgiving meal instead of doing it because we feel like we have to (like some friends). I'm thankful for healthy parents (80) and two kind bosses.

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  39. I am thankful for our little butterbeand (granddaughter). She has brought such joy to our lives!

    Okay I LOVE Architextures with the green and black words....droool!
    Love the colors of Indie Chic and that fuzzy bottom owl???? I MUST have the pattern for that!!!!! I want that owl!

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  40. OMG!! So much eye candy Julie!!! I'm thankful for my 4 beautiful healthy girls. I love sewing for them and they make my world perfect and complete! I can't imagine life without them :)

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  41. I am thankful for my husband and his family, my children, and all the many blessings God has given to us!

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  42. I'm thankful for a healthy family at Thanksgiving! Hope you have a nice holiday and thanks for tempting me with new fabric that's coming!!

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  43. I am thankful for a happy and healthy family and fabric!

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  44. I am thankful for my family and the fact that our son will be here for a visit soon! I'm also thankful to live in an area where I have not had to worry about natural disasters. I just sent a bunch of coats for Hurricane Sandy victims and that's really made me aware of how lucky I am.

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  45. I'm thankful for only one kid catching the stomach bug, employment, and my fabric stash...

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  46. I am thankful that my family is healthy and happy. eliz.i@sympatico.ca

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  47. Ohhh so much eye candy! Love all the pretty fabric and the amazing quilts made with them. Thanks for sharing them! I'm so very Thankful that my son who has been deployed in Afghanistan with the Marine Corps, is on his way back home. He will be here in a few days! We are very Thankful that our son is returning to us uninjured, as unfortunately not everyone in his unit is.

    Thank you for a neat giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. Oh, I love all the owls!!! And those cute mushrooms. I would like to have that tree in a corner of my room.
    I am thankful that I have a fabric and yarn stash that hopefully I can use up this winter during my hibernation.

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  49. I am thankful for family and friends and giveaways! :) Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  50. Love the Mkt. pics! & how you're sharing progress with Store, etc.!

    I am soooo thankful for my Family & Friends...warm house, food to eat... and children's laughter!!! :)

    Happy Thanksgiving!! & God's BEST Blessings... in ALL you set your hands to do!

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  51. I am thankful for my family and that the holidays are a time that we can get together and just enjoy spending time with each other.

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  52. I am thankful for all the lovely photos! I am in the uk, so couldn't go myself :) Seriously though, I have been without heat or hot water the last few weeks and it's getting pretty cold. I am thankful for my house and modern conveniences, my boiler will be fixed soon, but there are so many people who never have heat, hot water or even a place to live.

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  53. I'm thankful that our four children have grown into amazing adults with partners that fit into our family so well. And I'm thankful that three of them will be here so we can spend Thanksgiving together.
    Thanks for the peek at upcoming fabric - puts a whole new meaning to "eye candy".

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  54. Julie, thank you for rocking my Monday morning with your great pictures of market. Love the Blomma fabrics.
    I am very thankful for my wonderful husband and family. For the talent of sewing for my family and others. Anne
    sewanne@comcast.net

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  55. I am thankful for my wonderful husband and son, for the rest of my family
    ( and all the sweet "new members" in the past 2 years)...for our faithful friends (two AND 4 legged ) and for YOU, Intrepid thread, who bring beauty and creative possibilities to my world.
    Thank you

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  56. I am thankful for another year of family and friends and quilting.

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  57. Oh, how lovely...the fabrics are just amazing...you must've had a blast!

    Today, I'm thankful for washing machines. =) As must as I really don't love doing laundry...I would like it much less in a washtub, with a scrub board! =) or in a river...or not at all. So, I'm thankful!

    Have a great day.

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  58. I'm thankful for my health, and most especially for my darling grandson. I love your Market photos--Looks like you had a great time.

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  59. I LOVE Sally's minis!
    I am thankful for my family! 3 great kids, a new daughter-in-law who seems to think family is important also! PTL!

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  60. Today I am thankful that I am working and can provide for my family.

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  61. I am thankful for a wonderful family and good health! Thanks so much for sharing the market photos.

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  62. Wow, you made some amazing choices there!

    (I wish I felt like you must do when you go to work!) x

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  63. I'm thankful for my new marriage and for my wonderful husband :)

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  64. Thankful to be warm and dry on rainy/windy day. Thankful that my family is well and happy. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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  65. So many beautiful things!! I can't wait to see the coming soon page.

    So many things I am thankful for - my salvation through Jesus Christ is first and foremost. My family, having a roof over our head and food to eat and money left over for FABRIC!

    Happy Thanksgiving, Julie!!

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  66. All of the pictures from the quilt market are beautiful. I am thankful that I have sight to see them, the ability to attempt to make them & can s t r e t c h my money to be able to purchase some beautiful fabric. I am also thankful for my wonderful husband who does his best to understand my passion for quilting. Thank you.

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  67. I'm thankful for having a healthy family and a job. The job market is so bad right now and just to have a job is wonderful. Spending quality time with my two year old granddaughter really brightens my day! Can't wait to get some of the new fabric you'll be getting "SOON". Have a great Thanksgiving!

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  68. Wow! Loving all the prettiness coming to the shop. Thank you for sharing your market pics. I am soooo in love with that Salt Water collection and cannot WAIT until it arrives!

    I am most thankful for my boyfriend and love of my life and our little family of two dogs we have. He just brings out the best in me and has made this tough year bearable, and I am so glad he is in my life.

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  69. I lost touch with my one and only granddaughter last year. They moved, lost my info, and their phone number changed! My number is unlisted. But after a year of dedicated searching, I finally found them via their new facebook page. Yes, I am very thankful indeed.

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  70. im thankful for my family and health - looks like you have some great ones coming in! awesome!

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  71. Hi Julie! I am thankful for a loving and healthy family, that my husband and I have steady work, that my grown children are finding their way and successful and to have found Intrepid Thread to shop at, it seems you are my fave shop, prices and service is second to none! awolk at rogers dot com

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  72. I am thankful that I have the opportunity to spend time with my dear friend who is at the end stages of cancer. He was left by his wife who passed away 3 years ago and is now all alone. As difficult as it is to see him near the end, this time we have together is teaching me so many things and what it truly "Important" in life. He will spend Thanksgiving day with us... and knowing it will be his last, makes this very special....
    Karen H

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  73. I can't wait for Architextures and Salt Water! Thanks for the update. I'm most thankful for my family and a healthy pregnancy (so far!). Lots to be thankful for this year!

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  74. Hi there Julie! I'm thankful for marvelous friends and family, having a steady gig and a great home, and that everyone is healthy this holiday season. My significant other and I just celebrated 2 years together as well.

    I wish you a splendid holiday, steeping in Salt Water!

    -M

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  75. Quilt market must be such a fantastic place. Everything looks so beautiful. I'm thankful that I have a wonderful husband and healthy, happy children.

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  76. I'm thankful for Tea and Sandwiches!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  77. I'm thankful for my wonderful husband who doesn't quite get my fabric-isms. And, my new job! So glad I found you Julie! I need to make a BIG list!

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  78. I'm so thankful for my family, including our newest and last, who was delivered safe and sound this year. Great pics. Cannot wait for Architextures!

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  79. So many lovely temptations coming up!

    I'm thankful that we have electricity back after hurricane Sandy. I was in sewing machine withdrawal!

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  80. I'm thankful for my good health. A lot of people take this for granted, but I no longer do - good health means I get to visit with family and friends for the holidays this year.

    I think Architextures is probably one of the more cleverly named lines I've seen in a while, but Alchemy is just beautiful. Gotta be one of my favorites that you showed here. :)

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  81. All very cool, although I think the Architextures is my favourite :o)

    I'm thankful for having a job that pays for my sewing habit, I need it too, the sewing is my escape from the job ;o)

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  82. Great pictures Julie! And I am very thankful to have a wonderful hubby that supports my fabric addiction!!hehe And a wonderful daughter that I get to sew for!! I am also thankful and blessed by a loving God that takes care of us all!!
    I am also grateful for a loving and inspiring hardworking online quilt community that braves the masses at quilt market to bring us back goodies and eyecandy!! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  83. I'm thankful for my two healthy boys, after four pregnancies and the fact that the Doctor's think it's safe to try again.
    I'm also thankful for the outstanding man I have had the pleasure of being married to for 11 years this December :-)

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  84. I am thankful for good health and weather nice enough to ride my bike in November. I am happy that I found the Intrepid Thread.

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  85. I am a new quilter and after finding your website, this is what I am thankful for! It has inspired me in more ways than I could imagine. I am thankful that my family and friends support my fabric addition. They never say that I have too much.

    Thanks for showing the lovely pictures from Quilt Market.

    Rachel

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  86. I am a new quilter and after finding your website, this is what I am thankful for! It has inspired me in more ways than I could imagine. I am thankful that my family and friends support my fabric addition. They never say that I have too much.

    Thanks for showing the lovely pictures from Quilt Market.

    Rachel

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  87. I am thankful for my friends who have helped me get through my cancer surgery last year and my family and friends for always being there when I needed them I am thankful for every breath that I take s I have COPD. I am thankful that I have so many beautiful things around me, inside and outside. The list goes on and gon.

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  88. So much eye candy,thanks for the pictures!!.I`m Thankful for my family and friends.

    Wishing you a great Thanksgiving!!

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  89. I loved looking at your Market Pictures. I'm of course thankful for having all my family close by, but for my husband who nevers say no when asked to help with my quilting!

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  90. The pictures from Market are all so beautiful and inspiring - thanks for sharing. Today and every day, I am thankful for the blessings I have been given. My husband and I have faced devastating loss in this last year. I am eternally thankful for the family and friends who have supported us and the new friends we have made.

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  91. Right now I'm wishing that I lived closer to your new shop... it would quickly become my favorite. ;-)

    What I am thankful for? My family, my dog Jax, my cat Max and my two wonderful mustangs Bree and Mija. All who put a smile on my face and encourage me in my quilting endeavors

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  92. Funny you should ask this question, right after I yelled at my little boy. I'm thankful, so very thankful, that when I mess up, my Father in Heaven forgives me and I can hug my little boy and tell him how much I love him and how sorry I am and then we can continue with our day knowing we are loved.

    ** Plus I am thankful I have such a lovely fabric friend to buy fabric from. :)

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  93. I enjoyed seeing the pictures from market Julie! We have so much to be thankful for but today I am especially thankful that my children don't know what hunger is and that we are able to provide nutritious and healthy meals so their minds and bodies grow up healthy and strong.

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  94. I am thankful for family, friendship, and new fabircs!

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  95. I'm thankful for my family and that I got the quilt for my eldest done in plenty of time for his birthday.

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  96. I am thankful for the health and happiness of my family and for the joy quilting cottons bring.

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  97. im grateful for my kind and loving husband who puts up with my sewing craziness, including shopping!!

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  98. All that lovely new fabric! I am thankful for so many things. Being here is what enables all the other things, so I'm most thankful for that!

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  99. I am thankful for so many things, but the #1 thing I am thankful, no GRATEFUL for: is the Lords guiding in my life. With out Him, I would be nothing. And I know this. He takes care of our family, sending us the business we need so my husband can work from home and I can be the stay-at-home mother I want to be. He provides the dependable vehicles we need, as well as the money to buy them. He gives us peace in our hearts, that no matter what life brings us, we can with stand the storms....

    I am thankful for JESUS! (okay, my sermon's over! My husband's the pastor, so I'll leave the others to him. :) )

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  100. I'm thankful for my family, yes I know that everyone says it, but it's REALLY true! My three best friends are all people that I'm related to. :)

    I love seeing all the Market pictures -- so many pretty fabrics and clever ideas. It's very inspiring!

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  101. I'm thankful my husband has a great job. It's been a rough couple of years. Lots of lovlies you'll be getting in!

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  102. I am thankful for my beautiful 4 month old grandson who had a little bit of a rough start but is now doing well and is happy and healthy.

    Loved seeing all the new fabrics - Constellations and Bekko home dec look very good indeed to me!

    Penny

    penelopepitstopcards (at) googlemail (dot) com

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  103. Those round cushions! I love them! Is there a pattern available to purchase? Oh I would love to stack a few of those.. Love them!!

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  104. I am thankful for my dear mother that takes care of me.

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  105. I'm thankful or my wonderful husband who lets me enjoy my hobby. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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  106. I never get tired of Market pictures! The colors and the textures and the sample projects...everything is gorgeous! I am most grateful for my family...hubby, children, mom, and sisters three!

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  107. I am thankful for a wonderful happy healthy family. Have fantastic thanksgiving.

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  108. I am thankful for the most wonderful family a woman could have. What else is there?

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  109. Thanks for some great pics! I understood what you meant!

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  110. I am thankful for surviving grad school and finding a job and finally not being broke ALL THE TIME. (which of course means more fabric, right?) (I'm also always thankful for my lovely family and friends, but this was my new addition for the year!)

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  111. I am thankful that you posted a new post today which made me realized I missed your giveaway post in the first places ;)
    And having a wonderful husband and three special kitties who keep me warm at night.
    And that my husband is bringing home hoagies for dinner!

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  112. I am thankful for a job, my loving husband, a house with no mortgage, and yummy turkey!

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  113. Like many, I'm thankful for my family.

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  114. Great pics,thanks. I am thankful that my kids made it thru Sandy alright. I am thankful that everyone in my family still has jobs. I am thankful that we are all healthy.

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  115. I am thankful for my husband, he's a quilting enabler! Lol! And for bloggers who share their quilts and themselves with

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  116. These are all fabrics I want :) I'm thankful for a healthy, happy family and a roof over our head!

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  117. Several children in our community were lost to cancer this year. I am especially thankful for my children's health and each day I have with them as a result.

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  118. I am thankful to be still learning, thankful for family, for fairy good health, for the blessings of home and comfort and food. Just thankful for it all.

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  119. There are so many blessings that I am thankful for. It would be hard to name just one.

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  120. I am thankful for the company of my children and grandchildren and, especially, my dad...

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  121. Ian thankful for you and all other fabric retailers that give me a happy place to go to whenever I want.

    Heather

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  122. I am thankful I have a sewing room to call my own, where my beautiful family lets me create!

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  123. I am thankful for my 3 children and the fourth on the way in a few weeks!

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  124. I'm thankful for my hubby, my two big loveable dogs, and my new home (with my own sewing room!). I can't wait for that Archiutextures line.

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  125. All the fabrics look amazing and I am really excited for the salt water. I am thankful for my amazing family who have supported me through a tough year. Here's to hoping next year is better :)

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  126. I am thankful for - my wonderful husband. Might sound cheesy but we've only been married 5 years and I'm still learning to be truly grateful for him ;-)

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  127. I am thankful for a lot of things, but right now I am most thankful for my lovely cup of warm tea and lovely warm blanket keeping the winter chill off.

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  128. I'm grateful for my kiddos, and a hubby that doesn't notice right away how much fabric I've bought - then I have time to hide it in my stash ;)

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  129. Thankful for my kids and husband of course!

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  130. Looks like you had a wonderful time! I am thankful for so many things, most of all my family and friends, a house that is warm and a job I love.

    Thanks for sharing your pictures, too!

    Sandy A

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  131. thankful for a dedicated sewing room!

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  132. I am thankful for my large family!

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  133. Love all the pics! I am thankful we have been having some sunshine lately. :)

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  134. Looking forward to your BF sale!!!

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  135. Looking forward to your BF sale!!!

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  136. i am thankful for fabric!! more importantly, that my hubby doesn't mind the house being overrun with all my fabric and on going projects.

    love that new line from patty sloniger!

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  137. I am thankful for the health and wellness of my family and our relationship with God and Jesus.

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  138. What beautiful fabrics!! I'm so very thankful for my family and good health.

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  139. I am so grateful to be with our adult daughters for thanksgiving! Have a wonderful holiday ����

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  140. I am thankful for my wonderful husband, three lovely kids, two great son-in-laws, an adorable granddaughter and our new, due any day now, grandson. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  141. I'm grateful for my family, my inspiring coworkers, my friends, and sewing!

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  142. I'm thankful for my family and friends and thankful they enjoy all the quilting gifts I make for them.

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  143. I am Thankful to still have my husband with me. Also thankful we both still have jobs and everybody else is healthy too.

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  144. I'm thankful for healthy, happy children.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  145. Enjoyed seeing all the fabric and quilt pics. I am thankful for my family.

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  146. I am thankful for every minute I have left with my mom...

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  147. I am thankful that Steve is handling the death of his little brother so well. I am thankful that I was here to help him through this very bad time. I am thankful for everyday I am here.

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  148. I am thankful for my ever patient husband!

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  149. I am always thankful for my wonderful family, near and far.

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  150. Random pack of goodies-- sounds fabulous! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  151. Wow, great pictures! Can't imagine what all of that eye candy would be like to see at Market, probably pretty overwhelming!
    I am thankful to live in this wonderful country, to have a happy family, and to be able to sew ( all day, if I wish)!!

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  152. I'm thankful for a supportive hubby - he even takes an interest in my sewing and quilting :)

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  153. I am thankful for my friends....they keep me going when I feel like giving up some days.

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  154. I'm thankful for my family and the support they give me in all my endeavors.

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  155. I'm thankful for my husband who supports my quilting obsession. :-) Thanks for the great pictures of Market.

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  156. I'm thankful for a happy and healthy family which includes one husband (omg who could handle more than one lol), four sons, two daughter in laws, and eight grandkids. I wish we could get all of them in one place together. I'm going to need a xmas miracle to make that one happen though.

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  157. That my husband got a new job he likes - my ex is cancer free for two years - my kids are healthy - and I am here to enjoy it all :)

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  158. Wow! So many beautiful fabrics to look forward to!

    I am thankful for my family. I love spending holidays with them and I am counting down the days until we are all together. I am also thankful for learning today that my baby is no longer in a breech position (I am 37 weeks pregnant). Fingers crossed that he stays put for the next few weeks!

    Thanks for the giveaway, and Happy Thanksgiving!

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  159. I am really thankful for the online quilting community, what a source of support and inspiration!

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  160. I love seeing your pictures! I'm so thankful for my family -- they make me crazy and keep me sane at the same time. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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  161. Great pics! I'm thankful for my family including my husband who doesn't say a word about my new fabric habit.

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  162. Love seeing your pics. So much eye candy to be thankful for! I'm thankful for my family who indulge my fabric loving hobby. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  163. I am thankful for my wonderful fiance. I was sick this weekend and he took such good care of me.

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  164. I'm thankful that I have the opportunity to live each day. And if I don't get everything done, I have tomorrow too. Glad to hear you've got internet in the shop. Continued luck with it. Thanks.

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  165. I'm thankful for family members who make the holidays *easier* with their kindness & grace... they make it so much easier to accept the ones who make it hard!

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  166. I'm thankful that I can laugh with my hubby, after 48 years, we're still having fun.

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  167. I am thankful for so much it is hard to pick just one. Lets say home health love and family. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  168. I am thankful for my lovely family! Great Quilt Market report - love the photos of the booths & upcoming lines, so exciting.

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  169. I'm thankful for my beautiful husband and kids. Having moved away from all our family, we've been able to draw closer (and not kill each other!) the past 6 months or so :)

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  170. I'm so thankful for my happy, healthy family! Thanks for the great quilt market report!

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  171. thanks for sharing the pictures what lovely fabrics

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  172. I dunno if I made it on time (I'm on EST) but I hope so!!! Love all the pics from Market. Can't wait to get my hands on quite a few of the new lines!!!

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  173. Look at all these comments..how fun! It's been tough for me to see lately but I'm so lucky for the people around me that I call family.

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  174. Love the block of the month club idea (last pic). Can't wait to visit the shop!

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  175. i'm thankful for m family and my passion for quilting, both give me happiness! Barbara from Italy

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  176. Ack, forgot to add that I am thankful for my youngest reaching an age that gives me more time to sew again!

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  177. Love your market pics, especially that quilt right before the comma pic.

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  178. I am thankful for my sweet family,friends and food on the table.

    Great post! So many fabulous designers. Love all the fabrics.

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  179. I'm so desperate to get my hands on saltwater - hexagon kits sound fab!

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  180. I am thankful for my husband and 3 sons, al healthy and well. And I am thankful for the online crafty community which inspires me to be creative.

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  181. I'm definitely thankful for my son who I thought I would never have. Happy Thanksgiving Julie.

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  182. I am thankful for friends and family and "chosen family" as well as my extended blogger family and friends. If I were left to my own devices I might crawl in a hole and never be heard from., But thanks to friends (both local and cyber) I have a rich and fulfilling life.

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  183. I'm thankful for my husband and daughters. They are awesome. I'm thankful for the strength God has given us this year through all the hardships. But mainly I'm thankful for the miracle of my father-in-law recovering his health after the doctors said there was no hope.

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  184. I am thankful for meeting a young lady who has asked me to teach her to quilt. She is lovely and such a pleasure to be around.

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  185. The pictures from Market are amazing. I would love to see it in person sometime.

    There is so much to be thankful for - health and family, just for a start.

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  186. I am thankful that we are NOT traveling this Thanksgiving. It will just be Hubby and me. Nice quiet restful day.

    Love the market pics. Will you be getting the patterns for the cool footstool/hassock and pillow in the pics from Architextures? Definitely on my "Wish List."

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  187. I'm so excited about the new fabrics you'll be getting. I've been stalking some of them for months :)

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