Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Christmas giveaway! NOW CLOSED

Special Thanks to my nephew Noah for being my quilt's feet.  He was the perfect height for this quilt!


If you're a regular reader of this little blog, please head on over some time to Moda Bake Shop to see my latest project. If you're here because of my tutorial on the Bake Shop or the Sew Mama Sew giveaway, WELCOME!

In honor of the 1st Christmas gift (Jesus!) I want to do a Christmas giveaway with y'all. Because I am too lazy to get my camera out at this time I love surprises, the prize will not be revealed until the winner is.  Sound fun? Here are your chances to enter:

1)Leave me a comment on this post telling me what sewing related thing you'd most love for Christmas: fabric, notions, machines, or tools. I wanna hear! I want a rolling case for craft night and a new iron.

AND/OR

2)Leave me a comment on this post telling me you are a follower (new or old).

SOOOOO...2 chances to win & since the first Christmas gift was for the entire world then in keeping with the theme my giveaway will be, too. International entries welcome!

If you are marked NO-REPLY please make sure you leave some way for me to get in touch with you on your entries (such as your blog URL or an email).  Merry Christmas and Good Luck!
Don't forget to check out Sew Mama Sew for other giveaways!

517 comments:

  1. I love your quilt! The sewing related thing I want the most for Christmas is inspiration and some kind of anti-procrastination tool... :)

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  2. I am a follower, dunno if I qualify as an "old" one or a "new" one, I've been following for several months now and loving every minute!

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  3. What I would want most is bunches and bunches of fabric! I'd love layer cakes, charm packs, and jelly rolls of my fave moda fabrics! And some solids, too! And batting! And thread! I need all of it, right now, fairly badly. (Need! Not just want!) I'm also drooling over a rotary sharpening thingy, that thingy that winds your bobbins for you. And those magic bobbin washers. Oh my, I can't pick just one! If I had to, I'd say . . . . layer cakes! Sweetwater has a new one that I'm really loving!

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  5. for Christmas I would love a new machine or fabric. I left you a comment at the bakeshop because your quilt is amazing.

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  6. I came because of your quilt on MBS. It's so cute! Now I am going to check out your blog.
    Thanks for the pattern.

    Leslie S. in MN
    esclante at comcast dot net

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  7. Your quilt is awesome--fine work, lady!
    What I really need right now is an Creative Grids 6X24 ruler because I took a chunk out of mine with the rotary cutter (note to self: don't try to cut leftie when you're a rightie). I did receive the gift of a chalk fabric marker with multi-colored chalk pieces and it's completely fabulous. Highly recommended!

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  8. I love your Tunnel Quilt! Great pattern - looks super easy with your instructions. I would love one of the circular cutting mats that rotate for easier rotary cutting. They are a bit pricey, so don't know if that is going to happen this year?

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  9. I love your quilt! Great use of the colours!
    Hmm, sewing related Christmas wish? I have been wondering how many shopping centre Santas laps I have to sit on to get some Parisville by Tula Pink. :)
    Hope you have a great Christmas!

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  10. Thanks for the exciting mystery giveaway! I would adore some fabric for Christmas - I have been dropping not-so-subtle hints to my husband (including emails with catalogue numbers!) for weeks!

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  11. oh, and I have become a follower :-)

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  12. Well, fabric is always paramount, but your wanting an iron makes me think of mine...it's not the greatest, and I believe that would serve me best. How nice that you have offered a giveaway-and I love surprises!

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  13. I'm following now! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. I would love a new sewing machine. I have three al over the age of 40! They were all given to me! I would love a Babylock Sophia!

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  15. I need nothing more! Nothing more to store.

    Would adore more fabric.

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  16. Your quilt is beautiful - love the bright colours! For Christmas I would love fabric, and more fabric!!

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  17. Great quilt! Easy to follow tutorial.

    Besides fabric, I want a GO cutter for Christmas. I hate cutting fabric.

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  18. Just letting you know that I am a Tulip Patch follower and look forward to your posts! Thanks for sharing.

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  19. I am a new follower! I've read back through several pages of blog posts, you have some lovely projects!

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  20. I would love, love, love a new sewing machine....mine skips stitches and won't free motion any more.

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  21. I am already a faithful follower. I LOVE this quilt! It's on my "to do" list for sure!

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  22. And the thing I want more than anything else in the whole wide world is a long-arm machine!

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  23. I am a new follower to your blog. I just discovered how to follow blogs...I am a Kindergarten Teacher and quilting is a passion of mine even though I never have time to do much. I am a mother of two beautiful girls one who is 21 and expecting a baby in January...so YEAH I am gonna be a grandma. The other is a high school senior and will be going away to college in the fall so empty nest syndrome has already set in I cry when I think about her leaving. I have started spending more and more time quilting. I love your blog it is wonderful lots of Wonderful ideas.....Thank you for all you do.

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  24. The thing I want most for Christmas I already have....The love of Jesus , family and good health. In the quilting line I would love fabric or anything ....not picky. Happy with anything I receive.

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  25. I love Christmas surprises. A quilty thing on my wish list would be a Go! Acuquilt machine. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  26. Don't really need it, but would love an Accuquilt Go for Christmas.

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  27. I got here via Moda Bake Shop and I wanted to tell you how much I love your tunnel vision quilt and can't wait to give it a try! But, now I have discovered your adorable blog so I am a follower. Double goodness!!!

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  28. For Christmas I would love a long arm or a Go even a Go Baby would be nice, but all I asked for is new rulers and I will love them too.

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  29. Hi Mary:
    I am a follower of your blog, and have your blog listed on mine in my "roll", so I don't miss a single post!

    Christmas blessings,
    xoxo
    Donna

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  30. Oh! And top of my Christmas list this year is a Horn serger table and platform for my Babylock Evolve. One can never have enough sewing furniture, right?

    I'd love to win your Christmas surprise. Thanks for entering me in the drawing.

    Off to finish a quilt for my grandson today! I'll be back soon.

    Merry Christmas.
    xoxo
    Donna

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  31. I wanted to send you an email, but the email addy that was attached to your comment on my blog didn't work for some reason. :)

    Anyways, the magic bobbin washer is a small washer you place in your bobbin case before your bobbin goes in. It helps to get rid of that birds nest problem when you do free motion quilting on your little $50 plastic Brother machine. LoL (Common issue I have.) I've seen them on many online quilt shops, and they have been reviewed by some of the ladies who's blogs I frequent.

    "Little Genie Bobbin Washers" usually come in 12 packs, and cost around $12. Sometimes they are less, sometimes they are more. It just depends on the shop.

    my email addy is jody(dot)edwards(at)yahoo(dot)com. :)

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  32. I'm new to your site from Moda. I've already added you to my RSS feed, though, because I love your site. If I could have anything for Christmas, it would be a long arm quilting machine. (Thanks for the chance to win--and no worries on the lack of picture, I'm pretty lazy, too, as you'll notice by my email.) Merry Christmas!

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  33. I was just at the Bakeshop and headed over hear. I love this quilt.
    I want a gift certificate to the local quilt shop for Christmas. Like I need any more fabric!
    pam

    pamroever at yahoo dot com

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  34. I'd taken a vow to not purchase any fabric, until I use some of my enormous stash; so, fabric would be welcome.

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  35. I would love fabric and any type of notion. I just started sewing so have no "stash" and see so many things online I would love to make but never have any of the supplies. Plus fabric so sooo fun and beautiful!

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  36. love your work/blog, you are very talented. My wish for Christmas is patience and perseverance as I am teaching my daughter inlaw to quilt, and perhaps a fat quarter bundle for her to add to a very NEW fabric stash. God Bless and Merry Christmas!

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  37. I found you from the Bakeshop tutorial. I love the quilt. I have asked my children to give me gift cards for fabrics.

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  38. I always like to get new notions or books for Christmas, usually something I wouldn't buy myself but would like to have. I've got your box quilt on my list of things to make in the new year.

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  39. What I would love for Christmas is a new iron! It's on my list and I've tried to be a pretty good girl this year so we will see! Happy quilting and Merry Christmas!

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  40. I'm a new follower.......
    Thanks so much for a chance to win your giveaway.

    Happy Sewing and have a
    Blessed Christmas

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  41. Fabric Fabric Fabric.......
    I hope Santa brings me a whole sled full!

    Merry Christmas!
    Happy sewing

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  42. My Christmas Wish?? Purse patterns and material of any kind. Thank you.

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  43. I follow your blog. I like reading it.

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  44. I have a sewing machine in Layaway that I would LOVE to get out. A few pre-cuts would be nice. I haven't gotten to use to many of them yet as I am stash busting. Also, I have a couple of quilt books that I want SO MUCH! and I have a couple of BOM that I would like. I've never done one of them either. How's that for a list? LOL

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  45. I've been a follower for awhile and quite enjoy your blog!

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  46. super cute quilt and fun blog you have here - lots of great ideas! thanks for sharing!

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  47. I am easy..fabric and/or blades for my rotary cutter! lol

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  48. I am a follower!! thanks for this generous giveaway. Merry Christmas!!

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  49. I would like a full size pink Iron from Santa! I have a small one, but you know.........I NEED a larger one too!

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  50. Well, Mary, this is fun! What nice quilt. I would love a accuquilt or baby go! Thanks for the chance.

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  51. I am now a new follower. Thanks again.

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  52. Gorgeous quilt!!
    I am a follower.
    The thing I have real Quilter envy at the moment is the GO Cutters! They seem amazing. I've priced them in Australia and they are just so overpriced. A trip to the US sometime this year may be in order!!
    Fabric, cottons, scraps. There can just never be enough.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Regards,
    Alison

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  53. Always fabric!

    Thanks for offering!

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  54. I'm anew follower. I love your quilt!

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  55. I love your new quilt! I am still working on the Ritzy cracker, but am almost ready to let you see it!!! Sewing related present? There are SEW many things!!!!If I keep adding though, I may need a new bigger room to put everything in!!!!! Merry Christmas...

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  56. New scissors! Especially, a small pair for getting into tight spaces while I'm hand sewing my Jesse Tree Ornaments...sharp, too, would be nice!

    I'm participating in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! I hope you have time to stop over and enter my giveaway at homemakerhoney.com

    Merry Christmas!

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  57. I'm a new follower. :D

    P.S. Your quilts are beautiful.

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  58. LOL. Some of these comments are great (like Sooze's)! I most want fabric to make my stash grow. I often feel like I don't have enough background fabrics (like dots, checks, cathedrals, etc.) or enough cute designer fabrics to work on quilt-like projects (like quiet books, too). I'm starting to build my stash, but it's a slow beginning. But a fun one! :D

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  59. I would love a LARGE cutting mat. The biggest I have is 12", makes cutting long strips a bit difficult.

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  60. Fabric. I always want fabric!! haha

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  61. I'll just come out and say it... I CAN"T SEW. BUT! I want to learn so badly... my mom and I just found a 1964 Sears sewing machine at goodwill and it was in PERFECT condition. It was inside the all wooden fold-out table with the all-wooden sewing chair. So! She will be teaching me on that at her house. For myself I'd love a sewing machine :)

    brookeannaroberts(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. I'm a NEW follower:)
    brookeannaroberts(at)Yahoo(dot)com

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  63. I do love suprises!!!

    Sonja
    sonjagreene(at)veryverdant(dot)com

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  64. i'm a follower and i LOVE your quilt on the MBS...isn't that such a great blog? i'm relatively new to quilting, so things that make quilting easier would be on my list. a bigger omnigrid, a bias tape maker perhaps....and the book, the practical guide to patchwork....it looks good! cute blog, i look forward to following you!

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  65. I love surprises! On my Christmas list this year are scissors and a needle threader. Oh, and Go! dies. The biggest wish is for a peaceful day with my family, though.

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  66. I'm following as well. LOVE your Bake Shop quilt!

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  67. I am now a new follower to the Tulip Patch.
    http://averagequilter.blogspot.com/

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  68. I am a new follower and new to sewing. Addicted to fabric:) Merry Christmas:)

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  69. What I want most for Christmas is TIME to finish all of my WIPs!! :)

    Thanks for a very mysterious (and fun!) giveaway!!

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  70. I love surprises!
    I'd love a new blade for my rotary cutter but I don't think I can wait until Christmas!
    Gill

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  71. I want more fabric! My stash can still fit in my closet so I don't think I have enough yet. :)

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  72. I really hope I get some nice fabric scissors. I just have tiny little paper ones and it is near impossible to cut straight with them!
    So yep scissors! Also that quilt is soo pretty my goodness. off to stalk your blog.

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  73. What I want is a better set up. I need a better table to sew on. My mom came over and couldn't work at it, b/c it made her back hurt!

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  74. I would love a dedicated sewing space, but I'd settle for time to get my sewing things organised!!

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  75. FABRIC! Is there anything better???
    beckymac1@hotmail.com

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  76. I really want a standing height project table in my sewing room.

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  77. I think i would love some more quilting supplies for Christmas.

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  78. I want fabrics.. but I "need" tools! Well that and a mentor to help me stay motivated lol!

    Thank you for doing a great giveaway!! Happy holidays to you and yours. xox

    krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

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  79. I would like a book on modern quilting. But really I'm saving my sewing wishes for next fall when my in-laws come back to the country and I have to give up my MIL's Bernina. I'm going to have to cash in several gifts to get myself a new sewing machine!

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  80. oh man, we could definitely use a new iron, but I'd settle for fabric instead :)

    Thanks for the (mysterious) giveaway!

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  81. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  82. I would love some more fabric! Who doesn't want more fabric for the just in case instance!!!

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  83. Fabric, fabric and more fabric please! Also since I am a new quilter I love patterns and books to get inspiration and ideas! Great quilts, love your stuff!

    herrmaaa@gmail.com

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  84. I am a follower.

    annedemps(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  85. I would love more organizational stuff for my craft room! :)

    annedemps(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  86. I love your quilt for bakeshop! I would like some new sewing friends. I just moved to a new city and need to find some sewing people!

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  87. I love your MBS project. I'm on the hunt for a good layer cake to make it with! Thanks for the giveaway - I love surprises (and, fabric is what I'd love to receive for Christmas!).

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  88. I am a new follower of your blog!

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  89. I would love a new sewing machine. My trusty 1974 Kenmore is still working faithfully but would like a machine with newer features. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  90. A mystery giveaway. So fun. Thanks for the great ideas on your blog and the for the giveaway. I would love for new fabric and to get my new machine out of layaway. Thanks again. mdwelectric@comcast.net

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  91. I want a new sewing machine that I can free motion quilt with...my little Brother from Walmart doesn't cut the mustard!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

    Jess

    stillrogers(at)yahoo.com

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  92. I love a good surprise! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  93. a mystery! I want a larger table to sew and cut on.

    bmoore_mamabee@hotmail.com

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  94. This year I'm hoping for a new machine under the tree. It's time to upgrade!

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  95. I've asked for a free motion foot for my sewing machine and I've put loads of sewing books on my Amazon wishlist which I've shared!

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  96. Quilting books and fabric are my favorites. In fact hubby just let me order more fabric for my birthday which is TOMORROW!

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  97. I would love some new feet for my sewing machine! I want to try my hand at pintucks and gathering, etc. But I always love fabric! ;)

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  98. I would love a big box of good thread! I am always running out, it gets pricey and I would love all the colors of the rainbow! Fun Surpise giveaway!

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  99. Being a wee bit hooked on sewing notions, I'm wishing for lots of buttons and lace and ribbon. And while not strictly sewing related to most, I'd love some new audiobooks. I go though a lot of audiobooks when I sew (they let me combine two of my favourite things, sewing and reading), so a few more would be brilliant!

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  100. Awesome giveaway - I love surprised! And I loved your most recent quilt pattern on the Bake Shop - beautiful!

    I would love to have a whole room all to myself to quilt in...that's not too much to ask, right? ;)
    seraphimsmum@gmail.com

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  101. Ooh a surprise! I would love some ruffle fabric.

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  102. Your quilts are amazing!! I'd love to win FABRIC!!

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  103. Hmmmm..what do I want. I think a layer cake or jellyroll. I have never worked with either and having those precut pieces of fabric might be just what I need to try my hand at a quilt!

    Happy giveaway!

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  104. ohhhh I Love the suspense! I am wanting some fun sewing patterns for my little girl for Christmas!

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  105. I would really love some IKEA cabinets to hold my ridiculous stash (which is definitely not large enough, because can it ever be?). Also, I would love some Sherbet Pips even though they don't come out till the spring. I missed Quilt Market and am kicking myself.

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  106. I started following your blog! Love it!

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  107. I love this line from your entry: "since the first Christmas gift was for the entire world then in keeping with the theme my giveaway will be, too." It actually made me a little teary. ;p
    I don't have any big ticket crafty items on my wish list, but I have been eyeing up the holiday fabric lately...I want to make a tree skirt for my new (to me) white tree.

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  108. I would love a clean sewing room for Christmas. At the moment it is in a bit of chaos so I would to receive the gift of time to organize it so I will then have more time to sew.
    gpglasgow1@gmail.com

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  109. I want a bigger rotary cutting mat!

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  110. and I added your blog to my feed reader.

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  111. Downloaded this tutorial already! I am itching for a new sewing machine for christmas!

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  112. ohh...and I am also a follower now! Yea!!!
    mugirl113 at gmail dot com

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  113. The sewing related gift I most want would have to be a really comfy sewing chair as I spend a majority of my time in it. Preferably one that won't make my butt spread out from sitting too much ;)

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  114. I would most like to get fabric... or a Simplicity Bias Tape Maker.

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  115. I would like new scissors and rotary blades :)
    alisha@netidea.com

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  116. I love cute whimsical fabric - and would love some for Christmas!

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  117. I am also a follower. great blog!

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  118. Love your quilt!
    This Christmas I'd like a tumbling block template. I keep saying I want to make a tumbling block quilt, but it never makes it to the top of the list.
    Merry Christmas to you!

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  119. I would like an entire collection of Gutermann thread!

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  120. Lovely Quilt! I would love some more fabric.

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  121. I asked for a pair of Gingher scissors for Christmas. If I was asking someone who sews, I would ask for trims. I've just started using trim, and boy is it addictive. But I certainly can't ask my husband for trim. Shudder.

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  122. I'm a follower, now, too. And I wanted to also say - I think a surprise prize is the best kind.

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  123. I've been only hand sewing so I asked for my first sewing machine!

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  124. I would love to have a serger or an embroidery machine!!

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  125. I would love a good pair of scissors and maybe some fabric :)

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  126. Fabric, fabric, fabric!
    I'm a fabric addict, I'll admit it :)
    Happy Holidays!

    zabecc(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  127. I would love some new cool fabric for Christmas!

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  128. your quilt is divine. i love anything sewing related. i would like a new sewing machine. something that did a little embroidery would be nice. cheers!

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  129. i am now a happy new follower to your blog. (yeah!)

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  130. I love surprises too!

    Sewing or quilting-related gifts I'd like for Christmas include fabric (of course) but also some more bobbins. A girl can never have enough bobbins!

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  131. Wow love the fall colored quilt an entry back...so cute! Love surprises..Thanks a bunch :)

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  132. I'd love a Bernina for Christmas (if you're going to dream, dream big!)

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  133. Love surprises! I'm hoping for a Go! cutter this Christmas. :)

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  134. Hi Mary! Oh, I love surprises, so this should be fun. I am most thankful for the "original" Christmas gift...our Savior Jesus Christ. After that, I'd just like to have a squaring up ruler as I am a new quilter and need help in that department! LOL!

    Thanks so much for the fun give away and the opportunity to play, and Merry Christmas to you and your family and all the best in the New Year!

    Cyndi

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  135. I would like a dedicated sewing table/area so I don't have to put everything away after each sewing session! Thanks for the chance to win!
    janegstewart(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  136. I would like a new room addition - bigger sewing room!

    Thanks for the giveaway and love your quilt!

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  137. I love surprises. Just become a new follower too!

    I would like a maid so I could so more sewing!

    Realistically... a new ironing board cover and the time to make one!.

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  138. I love surprises. Just become a new follower too!

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  139. What a great quilt! It's such a unique pattern.


    I think I most want...some new supplies for cutting my fabrics, a mat and cutter etc. My old things are in dreadful shape these days :)


    Also, I'm new to the blog! And I love your quilts.

    Best for the holidays!

    orinoco14 at yahoo dot com

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  140. hmmm...well IF I could ask for anything sewing related I would love the Go Accuquilt cutter. :)

    Thanks for a fun giveaway!

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  141. i feel guilty even mentioning it, but i woud love a bernina 440qe. that would be a very merry christmas indeed!

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  142. Oh, my favourite for christmas is a new sewing machine. But I would be happy about fabric, too.

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  143. I was admiring your new quilt on MBS yesterday, it is a real winner.

    I'm hoping Santa will be brining me a quilting extension table for my sewing machine.

    Thanks~!

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  144. I would like shelves for all my fabric!
    dvdenter (at) gci (dot)net

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  145. LOVE that quilt! And for me, I want fabric, fabric, and more fabric.
    I like surprises - I'm always telling my kids that Christmas is about surprises!

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  146. And I'm a follower now too - that's my favorite gift from SMS giveaway week - I get to find new favorite blogs!
    Thanks!

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  147. First, thank you for including the true meaning of the season :)

    I just got a new serger in October, so that was like getting a Christmas gift early.

    However, fabric, patterns, notions are always welcome :)

    Desiree
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  148. I am a new follower. Beautiful quilts!

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  149. I would love fabric for Christmas, 'cause an HQ 16 is just too expensive!! ;0)

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  150. I saw your project on Moda Bake shop, I love it!

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  151. oooo I saw you on the Moda Bake Shop! I would love to get some fabric for Christmas (who wouldn't?!) :-)

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  152. I would love a serger from Santa!

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  153. Right now I'm all about getting dies for my new Go! cutter.

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  154. I think I'd love it if the Christ Child brought me a serger. Everyone says they are wonderful. On the other hand, it would be my third, no fourth sewing machine so I'm probably being greedy.
    Okay I'll say a big fat bias tape-making tool.

    Merry CHRISTmas to you,
    from another Houston quilter

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  156. I want to get EQ7 for Christmas :)

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  157. I am following your blog and love your bake shop quilt!! It is adorable and so super bright!

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  158. I would love one of those bias makers! Or one of those circuit machines that cut fabric!

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  159. This year I have asked for a ruler stand. The wooden one with all the slots in it. Here's hoping!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    h_freund@hotmail.com

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  160. Oh, I'd love to get a wall mounted ironing board to save some space in my little sewing room.

    limes.sweet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  161. What I want most is time....time to use up all the wonderful fabrics I already have. I have way to many projects I want to do!

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  162. I am a new follower of your blog.

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  163. I want jelly rolls. Really interested to learn to quilt and they seem like a great starting point :)

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  164. I already bought my present--fabric.

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  165. Fabric and notions! Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  166. I'm a new follower!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  167. Yay, I love surprises! My wishlist includes Bliss fabrics and a Rowenta Iron. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  168. love fabric...but any thing to do with sewing is fun...and some sewing time!

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  169. I love fabric. LOVE IT. but this Christmas I really need notions--like a new rotary cutter and mat.

    senjosuki at yahoo dot com

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  170. What I would most like for Christmas, is some really lovely vintage fabric to have some fun with
    Loving the quilts :)

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