December 10, 2013

Day 12 Giveaway (Last One!)


Colorful Stationery Mix

• Fandango fine journal and notecards
• Central Park ring-bound journal w/ assortment of notecards and notebooks
• Andrews McMeel "posh" puzzle books


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110 comments:

  1. I am aiming to make a quilt for our bed. I have been using an extra throw quilt just on my side of the bed for warmth with the cooler weather and would love to have a proper quilt for the bed. :)

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  2. I really want to start quilting and I grow my business!

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  3. I would like to make a "modern" quilt for our bed.

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  4. I bought "The Farmer's Wife" and plan to make one of these in Christmas fabrics!

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  5. I would like to finish the Country Journal quilt,,,only been working on it for 7 yrs......

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  6. I need to finish a baby hexie quilt

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  7. My daughter needs a new quilt for her bed. She's so excited!

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  8. I have been collecting the "wrenly" range of fabrics, and I want to make myself a quilt from them!

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  9. I really need to finish sewing the binding to the layer cake lemonade baby quilt that I need to ship to Georgia in time for Christmas. Next year, though, I want to make the wallhanging my son and his wife need for their bedroom using black, neutral and red fabrics.

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  10. I want to finish an UFO of an Internet friend :)

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  11. I want to finish my shot cotton quilt top and machine quilt it using matchstick quilting.

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  12. I've designed a queen size quilt for my son and his new wife. I just need to purchase background fabric. So this will be waiting for the new year.

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  13. I want to quilt my winter wonderland quilt top.

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  14. 2014 is all about me and mine Kate. I am making some long awaited quilts for the family. Mine are all getting a bit worn and rather then wear them completely out, I will make more to give these a rest. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  15. I have a kitty quilt I am making for my niece I need to finish! 15 mores days!

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  16. I need/want to make a quilt as a wedding gift for my brothers wedding in April - I don't yet have a plan for it!

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  17. A quilt project for me during the winter months. Excited about the possibility of doing that! :)

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  18. I really NEED to make my daughter's 100 Good Wishes Quilt. She has been home with us almost 3 years and I still haven't found the time to put it together. In fact I haven't put the binding on my son's 100 Good Wishes Quilt either. It is massive at 116" x 130" and will be really hot to work under so I've waited for the colder weather to do it. It is on my To Do list for next month.

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  19. I found a paper pieced pattern for an ASL I Love You sign which is perfect for my SIL who has taught deaf children for years. I wanted to use the pattern to make something for her for Christmas, but it looks like I won't be able to fit it in. So it will be a January project and I'll give it to her for her birthday. That works too.

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  20. I´d love to sew all Dear Jane blocks and borders and add more blocks to my hexie quilt.The party has been great.Thanks!!

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  21. I have a HUGE stack of quilt tops... that really need to be turned into quilts. Thats my goal for 2014. Thank you for a fun 12 days~ Merry Christmas.

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  22. I've made so many quilts for others this past year and have been dragging my feet on finishing the one for my own bed! Hopefully I'll finish that in the new year. (charlottesgraceforacure@gmail.com)

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  23. I want to make a quilt for my sister's (big!!) birthday!!

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  24. I'd like to finally make a quilt for my daughter, everyone else has one, but she's difficult :)

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  25. I'm finishing the binding today on my Christmas quilt- just in time!! Merry Christmas!!

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  26. I am finishing pillows for Christmas gifts.

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  27. In the new year I would like to finish quilting the quilt my mom started when she passed away.

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  28. I've been doing the Tula Pink CIty Sampler 100 blocks with Cuzco; I'd love to have all 100 blocks done by New Year!

    Jo -- patchaday@gmail.com

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  29. I want to finish a quilt I'm making for my sister with Robyn Pandolph fabrics Incense and Peppermints called Rose Garden.

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  30. I'm working on a few projects, but I hope to finish my Dear Jane quilt.

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  31. I've just started a quilt called Country Charmer by Sewn Wild Oaks
    http://sewnwildoaks.blogspot.fr/2013/01/country-charmer-quilt-along.html?m=1
    I don't think I will finish it before New Year but I am loving doing it.

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  32. I'm hoping to use my Kate Spain charm swap charms plus a bunch more cut from my remaining KS stash to make a "cobbler's child" quilt for my poor husband who is currently sleeping under a store-bought quilt!

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  33. I have four UFO's to finish due to illness. Now, that I am better, I can't wait to finish them and also make a valentine quilt.

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  34. I am hoping to finish three quilts that I made all the blocks for I just need to sew them together.

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  35. My projects are decorating projects. I purchased some crate like boxes. They need to be painted and distressed. Hanging them on our bathroom walls will be a challenge, but worthwhile. Thank you for 12 fun days of giveaways! Merry Christmas to you and your famly!

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  36. My new Juki longarm will now allow me to finish many of the 145 pieced tops that are stacked in my closet right now. At least that's my hope.

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  37. I want to learn to put in a zipper so I can make a zipper pouch. I also have about 12 quilt tops that need quilting.

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  38. My goal for next year is to finish the ufo's that have been stacking up! It is so enticing to start something new, but then I have to face the "stack"!! Thank you for taking us along on your 12 fun giveaway days.

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  39. I have a HST bed size quilt all ready to layer up that has been sitting for awhile. So the New Year is a great time to get on with it.

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  40. At the top of my list is the completion of 5 (small) quilts made from 20 Dresden blocks made by my great grandmother!!! So excited!!! Thanks for all the sweet giveaways!!!!

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  41. A quilt for my mom. I found the sweetest saying to use in the center.

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  42. I have an idea for a quilt using two different lines of Lotta Jonsdotter fabric. Right now it's just squares on my design board but I have a vision and I hope it comes together.

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  43. I want to sew a quilt for each of our 5 grandchildren :)

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  44. My goal is to get through some of my material stash. I have a beautiful Fandango kit from Fons and Porter than I need to finish, too. AND I'd like to join a block of the month! For years I've been watching the results on blogs but never commited to join one.

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  45. a Christmas stocking for my daughter

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  46. My goal is to make Christmas quilts with 12 Days of Christmas fabric for each of my 5 children and their families. Shhh. Don't tell!

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  47. I started a modern quilt with squares made by friends and it is pretty much finished being assembled. I want to finish by Christmas morning.

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  48. I want to finish my own t-shirt quilt!

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  49. 2014 is the year I catch up. I counted last night and I have 24 (that I can remember) quilts that are in various states of incompletion . . . eeek. So that is my task for the new year . . . finish quilts! Thanks for the chance.

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  50. My first project is a lap quilt for a friend with an early January birthday.

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  51. Looking forward to winter vacation. Want to make a quilt for my daughter.

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  52. I have a quilt for my bed that I need to finish!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  53. Finish some projects. Make 3 quilts for high school graduates. Make a wildlife quilt for graduating grandson to take to college.
    Make more charity quilts with my church and guild.

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  54. I'm working on a big bed quilt with Civil War fabrics.

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  55. I need to finish a Christmas paper dolls quilt for my daughter.

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  56. I am finishing a princess dress, hand sewing beads on it.

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  57. I'm hoping that 2014 will be the year I make twin sized quilts for my kids beds.

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  58. I want to finish the three quilts I started on the Moda quilt cruise last January.

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  59. I'm going to Australia to visit my sister and her family at the end of February and I am hoping to take finished quilts for my niece and nephew. The one for my nephew is half done; I'm planning to use some of my Kate Spain fabric in the one for my niece. :)

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  60. Get a few UFO's moved to the finished list! :-) Thanks for the great fun!

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  61. The first thing I need to finish is a top I've already made for my 92 yr old grandmother who was a quilter. I'm giving her the top for christmas, then taking it so I can longarm it for her birthday in February. :)

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  62. I need to finish up a quilt for my husband!

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  63. I do do do have to finish a honeycomb quilt! Top is done!

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  64. I intend to finish that Swoon!

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  65. Beautiful giveaway! I have to finish a tablerunner as a gift and in the new year I'm starting the Dear Jane quilt with a group at my LQS, so excited!

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  66. I'm signed up for both the X-Generation Vice Versa BOM and Stitchery Dickory Dock BOM so hope to make and complete both, as well as finish the Fat Quarter Shop Mystery BOM I'm doing now.

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  67. I am determined to finish one UFO a month in the new year. 2013 was very hectic and I didn't accomplish as much as I wanted to. 2014 is the year to sew sew sew.

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  68. I would love to make a Swoon quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  69. I am going to use my late father's neckties and make a small keepsake for each of his girls (my mom, my sister, me, and my two daughters).

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  70. Unpacking my sewing room after a big move :)

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  71. I really want to get my sewing room put together and finish my scrappy double wedding ring quilt!

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  72. A quilt using the new ruler by Jay Bird Quilts

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  73. I plan to finish a floor play quilt for a set of triplets who should be home from the hospital in early Feb.
    tstanulis@mac.com

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  74. I have a majectic mountian quilt to finish forChristmas!

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  75. A quilted bag for my friend. I have just completed the hand embroidery. But now to figure out what and who and all the specifics and actually make the bag.

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  76. A dinosaur quilt for my granddaughter.

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  77. I am finishing a jumper dress for my granddaughter and a chalkboard roll up. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  78. My '4 Things quilt' which I was making this time last year - it is high time i get that flimsy made into a quilt!

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  79. I was a guest this past Spring on a wonderful 3-week cruise. I'm making quilts for the couple who hosted the cruise. One top is finished and the second will be started soon. They are both being made with Cuzco!!

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  80. Making a new duvet cover for our bed.

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  81. I'm aiming to work with a friend and we're both doing the Lori Holt Row Along...because neither of us did that when the whole quilting world was involved with it.

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  82. I'm aiming to finish several quilts and hopefully knit a sweater this year.

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  83. I have a secret quilt I'll be finishing which is for my husband. I can't say more about it than it's a secret.

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  84. I'm working on a secret project for my sister using Sunnyside :)

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  85. A new lap quilt for me that I have started out of Good Fortune:)

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  86. I have a "never ending" quilt that I have been working on since 2005. I am over 1/2 way done with the hand quilting. I want to get it finished before it is 10 years old.... :)
    Sandy A

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  87. Some small zipper bags. Supposed to be stocking stuffers! Think I will make it? Then a bag for my mom. I call it a pocket on a string. Just big enough to carry her tissues and other necessaries at her assisted living facility.

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  88. I am going to start on "In the Meadow" and be all finished by next winter.

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  89. Finish my Women's of Design Quilts in the Newspaper. I started it 7 years and old lack the hand appliqué around the border.

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  90. We moved to a different home and I'd like to make a new quilt for my bedroom.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  91. every year i say "this is the year for the quilts for my kids' beds." 2014 HAS to be the year!!

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  92. A quilt for my son and one for my daughter.

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  93. I'm going to be making a hexie tablerunner. Thanks for a chance to win.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. I would like to try an applique quilt, thanks.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  95. I want to do a quilt for my daughter, I haven't picked a pattern yet, but goodness knows I have the fabric stash to support pretty much anything I pick 8-0

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  96. First off the ranks will be my sister's baby quilt!

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  97. Quilt the 4 tops I have finished.
    Shawn

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  98. I would love to finish the 2 quilts I have started.

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  99. I'd love to sew my first quilt!

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  100. I want to finish hand-quilting a double wedding ring quilt that I've been working on for years now!

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  101. I had just taken early retirement and needed something to do, so I was 54!! Thanks for the inspiration and lovely giveaway.

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