Friday, October 01, 2010

Fall into Fall

Here is the winner of my Fall Into Fall giveaway.

kakd2384 has left a new comment on your post "Fall into Fall":
I love fabric of any size, shape or color. I am currently finishing a throw for my sister, it is for Christmas. Am hoping to make wedding ring quilt next so these charms would be perfect.

Today is the day for the Fall into Fall giveaway.  Debi is doing a great job of organizing this and I signed up to host a giveaway as soon as I read about it.

Here is what I am giving away -

This is a stack of nickel squares or 5 inch squares or charms, whichever you would like to call them.  The stack is over 3 inches high and may even grow higher .  You will be able to make a larger quilt or a couple of small ones using one of the many charm or nickel quilt patterns out there.

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment on this post.  As part of your comment, tell me what project you are wanting to start next.  Be sure that I have a way to contact you.  If you are a no-reply blogger, you need to leave your email address in your response.  If I don’t have a way to contact you, I will not include your name in the drawing.

This is open to anyone, whether you have your own blog or not.  I will also mail internationally so everyone is welcome, as long as I can contact you.  I will draw the winner on October 15.

Good luck to everyone!

Melinda

244 comments:

  1. I have wallets cut out for the girls for Christmas and a quilt for my grand daughter that needs quilting.
    I really want to start my sweetie a quilt and the charms squares would be a great start.

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  2. Hello. I am currently working on my very first Christmas quilt, but I also have a value quilt cut out, it will not be too large, but the darks and lights have been a joy to work with. :o)

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  3. My next quilt will be all pinks in a Bargello pattern. Hoping I can find a good size panel with the Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon to use the center.

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  4. Oh wow, what a great stack of nickels! I need to start on a baby quilt for my daughters good friend. She doesn't know what she is having yet, but the baby is due in a couple of weeks. Thanks for participating in the Fall into Fall giveaway. And thanks for entering me :-)

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  5. Nickel squares are my favorite. I got our guild started on a challenge to sew one-seam flying geese from these squares. We've managed over 1500 geese so far!

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  6. i'm not the quilter, but i know someone who would and this would be great for her. as for my own projects...I'm trying to finish up a story. and i need to scrapbook more.

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  7. Pre-cut squares are such a nice giveaway! If I won I would make a baby quilt for my soon-to-be-born (?) nephew/niece!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  8. I plan to start a lap quilt for my mother that we just moved into a nursing home. She is always cold so I'm sure she will be happy when I get it finished for her. The nickel squares will be great for this project.

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  9. I would love to make a few charity quilts before the holidays! Thanks for the chance!

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  10. I hope to make a quilt for my niece!
    Thanks for the chance!
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  11. I love charm squares (although I find it hard to actually USE them - I prefer to save and stash and fondle them, LOL) - I'd love to enter your giveaway, thank you!!

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  12. My next project is going to be a Christmas Stocking I think!

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  13. I have so many projects to do, I don't know which one to start with. I think I will do something with my Civil War fabrics.

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  14. I am hand quilting lap quilts for each of our 3 SIL's. I almost have the first one done. The other two are pieced and sandwiched. So I will start hand quilting on #2. I did the hardest one first, so the other two should go quicker. Great giveaway. I love working with charm squares. Have a good day. Winona

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  15. What a wonderful stack of loveliness! :) Right now I'm working on a charity quilt (I'm so slow though...I'm ALWAYS working on it!) I am quilting my first twin size quilt for my daughter's bed. Once those are finished, I'll have more charity quilts to do, and I'd REALLY like to make a quilt for my sister for Christmas.

    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!
    ~Teresa

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  16. The next project I want to start. Hmmm. That would be Color Bridge by Elisa's Backporch Designs. It's a totally beautiful pattern. I just need to get all the fabric for it!

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  17. I have so many projects I want to start. I think the first one will be the Tokyo Subway Map quilt - Oh Fransson is leading a quilt along. Thanks for a chance at your giveaway!

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  18. My next quilt project must be a quilt for my 14 year old son. He likes to make baby quilts for any friends who have a baby and I quilt big quilts. He just said to me the other day that he is the only one in our family I have not made one for yet:( So I promised I would make him one before I make anyone else one.

    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

    P.S. I really enjoyed the post about the pillow case class. They all turned out so nice. Glad to find your blog!

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  19. Although I have two "WIP"s right now, the next project I am going to start is a quilted knitting needle holder for my sister (only makes sense since she is knitting me a pincushion, right?). The next QUILT I am starting is going to be a throw quilt made out of lovely blue, green, and purple batiks that I am DYING to cut into! Thanks for hosting this giveaway :)

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  20. I'm about to start a baby quilt for a friend! Great giveaway - thanks for the chance to participate! :)

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  21. Wow, your knobs from India are GORGEOUS. Would run to the shop to buy them all, but I am living in France...... Love also the pillowcases, just had them on my blog this week. Love your giveaway present too. My next project is a bag, I am already starting but still waiting for my new sewing machine.....
    http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/

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  22. I have three UFOs to finish, which includes a circle quilt, ugly quilt, and a charity quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Micki

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  23. Happy autumn to you! I understand it's finally starting to cool down in GA. I've overloaded myself with projects right now but hope to wrap some of them up so I can start my first One Block Wonder!

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  24. Good morning! A tower of Charm, how cool! My next projects will be for Christmas -- 2 quilted gorgeous tote bags that I will be tempted to keep; and a full sized bed quilt in delicate pinks and green, pieced roses alternating with fussy cut rose motif fabric, for one of my favorite nieces. Plus I'm going to a quilt retreat in 2 weeks, where we will be making a Kaye Milligan quilt of Possibilities: batik pine trees. mary6850 at gmail.com

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  25. You know I cannot resist scrap quilts! Somewhere in my sewing room is a much smaller version of that scrappy star quilt. I made it years ago and forgot all about it until I saw the post. Now I will have to dig it out. My next project is to finally get to work on the bandana quilt. It's going to be made from the map and pictorial bandanas from National Parks all over the country.

    Michele

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  26. Morning, Melinda! I have a red and white kit that I'd love to begin. It's sitting there tempting me, but it will have to wait. I have a swap and some blocks to make for the Gwinnett Guild. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  27. Very nice! I guess the project I want to start next is a baby blanket for the new little niece or nephew that is coming to join our family next spring... But, until I find out what they want to do about the nursery, I suppose the next project I WILL start is probably going to be something Christmas-y.

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  28. I'll be starting a charity quilt today for a little girl. I have her favorite colors and likes, so I'm ready to go. Hope to have it pieced this weekend.

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  29. Super cool! I want to make a quilt for myself. I am always giving away quilts. These would help warm ME up!

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  30. Very nice give away! My next project is a quilted bag. And I am joining a candle mat swap, so I am going to make a candle mat.

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  31. Gosh, I absolutely love working with nickels, but I sure don't need anymore fabric to have to report on my stash busting! lol

    I really need to get started on quilting a quilt for a friend. I hope to get that started today! Wish me luck! lol

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  32. Wow! I love 5" squares already cut for me. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. Happy quilting.

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  33. Wow, what a nice stack of charms. I make charity quilts so this would be a quick way to put them together, already cut out. I have a jelly roll that's been waiting for me to start a star quilt, but I have so many UFO's I'm trying to finish up first. Thanks for the chance and Happy Blog Hopping!

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  34. My next project is to complete a Charlotte Angotti Mystery quilt I started at the 2009 Houston Quilt Festival. My husband loves the colors and wants the quilt as a trade out for the comforter on our bed cwhippc@aol.com

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  35. Hy!, a very good idea!

    My next project is "tapetes a crochet" for christmas and a lot of SAL ...

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  36. What a stack of fabric! I guess I would use them for several smaller baby quilts - they are easier to finish for me and don't become UFO's... and make great gifts & charity quilts. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  37. Thank you for the generous giveaway! Your stack of fabric is wonderful! I envision sewing them up for a quilt, I just love quilts so much.

    Up next project is to make a quilt for my 6 yr old daughter. She picked out the fabrics for the top so far. She'll get to watch me make it and help where she can, then enjoy it this winter!

    Happy fall!
    Blessings, Jessica

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  38. I love scrap quilts. THose squares can be used in a zillion ways and thanks for the idea in your next post.
    My next project I'm hoping to start (inbetween christmas projects) is a spiderweb quilt to use up selvages and strings. Someone sent me an envelope of selvages last month and I'm anxious to put them to use! thanks for participating in this hop!

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  39. hi there thanx for hosting fab prize!! I plan to finnish my quilt then move on to some crocheted ricrac!!

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  40. HI. I'm currently working through a long list of gifts I'm making for Christmas. Without giving too much away I have just finished basting quilt number one - number two is an applique so the blocks are getting done gradually - number three is a quilt for my sister-in law and I guess the next thing on my list to start. Loving the blog. Thanks Caroline
    Carolinehemsley@btinternet.com

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  41. I want to start making a quilt for my bedroom.
    Those fabrics are gorgeous! Thanks a lot for the chance and have a wonderful weekend!
    eli_green22 at yahoo dot com dot br

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  42. my next project is a set of placemats for Christmas
    hope you have a great day
    Regena

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  43. my next project is a quilt for my sister for Christmas - I better get started!
    Thanks for the great giveaway

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  44. Great giveaway - thanks for the chance to win. My next project is a fall tablerunner - I better get going as I think winter is on its way.

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  45. Hi. My next project will be Pinkpincushion's latest 12-month project. I know I should be sewing, but this fall giveaway is too alluring!

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  46. Wow what a great giveaway! I am going to make some coasters for my relatives for the holidays :)

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  47. I am going to start a fluer de le quilt for my daughter. siliene@aol.com

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  48. Your 'scrap' quilt is stunning. What a great giveaway idea to have all the squares already cut for the winner. Tnank you.

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  49. I would really like to get started on my project modern challenge. It keeps getting pushed off.

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  50. Winning your bundle of squares would be fun-it's like having another quilter choose fabrics for me. I keep scraps of all sizes (and selvages). My next project will be either shoofly blocks made in the liberated style, or I'll experiment with a small liberated medallion style wall quilt.
    Thanks very much for sharing your fabrics.

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  51. I want to make a tote bag next. Thanks for the charms giveaway.

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  52. Thanks for this lovely giveaway! We are planning to start our Christmas projects...
    :)

    sistersandstitches@gmail.com

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  53. Hi Diane,
    I have been using charm squares to make both disappearing 4 patch and 9 patch patterns. One can always use more charm squares. Thanks for the opportunity to win such beautiful squares.
    Warmest regards,
    Anna

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  54. Well, it's not so much a quilt I want to start but one I want to finish: a postage stamp quilt. I'm almost there but it seems never-ending! :) Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  55. Oh, this is easy. My next project is to make a special backing for a top already done so I can give it to a friend who was recently diagnosed with cancer. I want to have it ready to go to her next weekend.

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  56. I usually make totes or table runners with the charm squares. I love them. I have some new patterns to make quilts with them and am looking forward to that. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  57. My next project is a Dresden plate for my newestbaby :)

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  58. The next project I want to make is a small quilt that will hold all my Halloween fabric postcards. One thin enough to hang from my fireplace.

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  59. I'm anxiously awaiting the Batman fabric I preordered to get here. My 6 yr old grandson is a big fan! So I plan on making a pillowcase for those special crime-fighting dreams, and a personal placemat for when he comes over for dinner.

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  60. The next project I would like to start is a Schnibbles pattern using Halloween fabrics.

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  61. I have just made a table runner for a swap I am in so I would love to make one for me now as it was so easy to do

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  62. After the projects I've started, I want to make a flying geese quilt though need to purchase solids fabrics. Thank you for this lovely prize for the Fall Into Fall giveaway. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  63. My next project is to make a quilt for me as I give everything away. Love to make things scrappy and I am currenly working on scrap blocks while sewing halloween costumes. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. I have to make a tree skirt, I was going to make one last year--- but was side tracked! This year the tree will have it's due. Thanks for having a give away. Sharonj.

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  65. My next project is to make my own teething pads for my Ergo Baby Carrier so that my littlest daughter isn't continually trying to suck on the actual straps of the carrier.

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  66. Currently I am working on finishing up a king quilt made from men’s shirts. Once this quilt is finished I plan to make my daughter a quilt from ladies blouses in various shades of pink.

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  67. I have already made several charm quilts from these 5 inch squares. I think the next template shape that I would like to use is the flag template for another lap quilt.

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  68. Next project? I have a number of things on the make for Christmas List. I work with victims of violence who are on welfare and am making a number of items to give to them at the end of the year. i need to get on that Calendar for my mom too.

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  69. I have not done any quilt yet, but hope to sign up for a class soon. I'm collecting fabrics now, though more for my fabric ATCs and dotee dolls. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  70. I've just bought my first jellyroll so a friend and I are making our first jellyroll quilts!
    Gill

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  71. Thanks to this fantastic draw I knew your blog, I congratulate you for your work, are very high.
    Soon I will start my Christmas work, makes cushions and a table runner.
    Please add my name to your drawing.
    Greetings

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  72. Hello once again, it seems I am one of the no-reply bloggers. With this comment I am hoping to correct my mistake. My blog is My Homemade Life and my user name is sewsecret. My e-mail is sewsecret (at) gmail (dot) com. I hope it is not too late to correct my mistake. Thank you.

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  73. Hello!
    My next project is a baby quilt for a good friend of mine who is expecting baby Ken on 29th December this year.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  74. Oh I love pre cut squares but more, I love to look through them, to see the diferant fabrics. My next project I would like to do an Irish chain quilt in purples.

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  75. I've dug out nine patch squares that I
    cut out when I was 12 years old! Won't
    tell how long ago THAT was - but I've
    wanted to finish it for some time now.
    All the squares are from our outgrown
    clothes. Such memories!!!Thanks so much
    for the opportunity to participate in
    the Fall giveaway!

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  76. No "new" projects to start, but 2 BIG ones to finish. An Underground Railroad Sampler...I need to finish the hand applique on the border and then get it hand quilted.

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  77. That is a nice stack of squares!!

    I have really been wanting to do a spider web quilt. I have so many great scraps.

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  78. I want to start my Make Life Quillow project next.

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  79. I hope to start LA quilting the 4 quilt tops I have waiting. But that will have to wait a few days, as the next project on my list is to proof read the manuscript for my first book.

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  80. I am going to make a Halloween quilt just like the one I'm giving away on my blog for the Fall-into-Fall giveaway. Hop on over and enter to win. You can never have enough 5" squares. Hope to win.

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  81. What a great give away this is. Would like to use those fabric for charity quilts I want to make.
    So I join in, thank you
    connysquilts@live.nl

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  82. Love your Origins Quilt !

    Nice giveaway !

    Would love to make several quilts with these charms

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  83. Oh I love charm squares. I am new to quilting and they take all the guess work out of cutting everything correctly, and matching your material. I am doing my second quilt at the moment, (using Moda civil war charm squares) but keep seeing all these lovely patterns that I would love to have a go at, but know they are beyond me for now. So if I won this giveaway I would have ago at another quilt but get a bit more adventurous

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  84. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway

    I would love to get started on a couple of projects for Christmas

    SheilaC

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  85. thanks for the great giveaway! i am working on handquilting a turning twenty quilt that i made for my daughter. i wanted to try something different so i tried mixing some different textures. i added some swiss dots and some cordoroy in the quilt and my binding is going to be a matching cordoroy in the quilt! i love it so far!

    thanks again for the giveaway!

    tracy dawson
    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  86. Wow, Thanks for the chance to win!!My friends are getting together for a retreat and we're exchanging 5" charms, so this would be a great addition to make a BIG quilt. My next project ( after I finish binding my current project) will be a wool pumpkin pincushion. It's finally cool enough to think about wool!

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  87. What project to start next? Hmmm...I currently am making a wedding quilt for my daughter, next up is the wedding quilt for her best friend, then one for my nephew (weddings all next spring/summer). And I can't forget the baby quilt for my other nephew's first baby due in March. Many things on my plate! Thanks for a chance at your giveaway!

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  88. Ready to start on a couple of tablerunners that will be Christmas gifts - it's time to get started now! Thanks for putting my name in.
    http://sideroadstitcher.blogspot.com/

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  89. I have 5 quilted lap robes cut out and waiting for the machine. These will head towards a nursing home in AL and a abused women and chidrens shelter in FL for christmas

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  90. I need to start one of the 5 quilts my family wants for Christmas. I am a starter but not usually a finisher so I need to buckle down. Love fabric.

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  91. I am currently working on a grandmother's flower graden quilt...all hand done. After that, I will be making a paper pieced pineapple blosson quilt. They are all scrap quilts.

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  92. What a great blog! I love your star charm quilt! BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  93. Not working on a quilt at the moment, just other sewing projects. But a friend wants me to teach her how to quilt, so who knows what that may inspire in me!

    tinkermans.daughter@gmail.com

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  94. I have so many projects I want to start next! My brother needs to tell me what he wants, but if he doesn't soon, I may start up a sunflower kit that has been waiting for me to finish some UFOs first.

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  95. I just started two quilts for my grandsons...similar but not exactly the same. Nice, nice giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

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  96. Thanks for participating and the great giveaway...I to am participating so hop on over and enter...What am I starting next will be the Wolf Song Quilt as it is a gift for Christmas. But what I really want to start is a quilt using my 3 1/2" template from seams sew crazy and guess what it works perfectly with a 5" square..whoooohooo what a win this would be for me....Good Luck Everyone

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  97. Please count me in! Thank you!

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  98. This has been so much fun searching all these blogs and the giveaways are just fantastic. Linda

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  99. Looks like a fun give away , lots of uses for the charm squares;-)

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  100. I have 2 layer cakes I'm eyeing, trying to decide which one to use. I have the Schnibbles book and am looking to make a pattern out of that. Wow...if I win the squares I could use those instead! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  101. My next project is officially supposed to be some very pretty animal cushions, but I suspect I may get sidetracked by fixing up some birthday surprises for all of my November birthdays! Very fun giveaway :)

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  102. My next project is a pink and white quilt for my niece that is due with her first daughter in Feb.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  103. Wonderful giveaway!
    My next project is a Christmas wall-hanging.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  104. I have a Halloween wall hanging to quilt, hopefully it will be done before Halloween is!

    Thanks for the chance to win the charm squares!

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  105. I'm hoping to make a quilt for my husband next. He needs a new one for his truck but I'm still trying to figure out what pattern to go with. Great prize!

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  106. What a great giveaway! Charm squares are my favorite! My next project that I would like to start is some sort of stash buster. I like to make a bunch of scrappy quilts to use up some of the fabric I have had since the 1990s that Im not really thrilled with anymore.

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  107. I having been saving scraps for a charm double wedding ring quilt. This would be fabulous to add to my selection!

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  108. Christmas quilts for my family. I have a grand daughter this year and would like her to receive her first Christmas quilt

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  109. The next project I have GOT to start is a t-shirt quilt for my cousins! They gave me their shirts about a month ago, but I've been so busy with other things that I haven't even cut my fusible web. Gotta get crankin' on that baby if it's going to be done for Christmas! :-)

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  110. I have just figured out what charm squares are! I began quilting as a child and back then we cut out everything by hand...no short cuts! I stopped quilting after my kids were born and am just getting back into it and finding that sooooo much has changed! About 16 years ago a dear old friend gave me a stack of 5" gingham squares she had cut out by hand and had no use for. I have been saving them because I didn't know what to do with them! Adding some lovely patterned pieces with all the new ideas out there would be a lovely way to start back into quilting! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I love charm squares. My next project is going to be a new string quilt.

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  112. I'd love to win those charm squares. My next project is going to be a flannel quilt with nine-patch and tree blocks scattered randomly among the other plain 6-inch blocks. I've made one before, and it's so warm and cozy that I want another one.

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  113. My next project is a small quilt for an ailing kitty who needs surgery. Then, I want to put together a sofa quilt from charm squares.

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  114. My next project is finishing about three projects :) a halloween quilt, a wonky stars quilt and a sudoku quilt.

    After that I am not sure! Probably working on Christmas presents!

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  115. I want to try a quilt-as-you-go project.I have been collecting fabrics with chairs on them as the centers of the blocks. It will be for my brother, who has a "thing" for chairs. Actually, it runs in the family, because I find myself drawn to chairs, especially little kids' chairs.
    Leslie S. in MN
    esclante[at]comcast[dot]net

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  116. 6 dear friends are pregnant right now. That means it's baby quilt time around here! I'm not sure how the Christmas presents will ever get done....!

    Thanks for the chance to enter.
    mab(at)onepost(dot)net

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  117. Wow, what an amazing prize, 5" squares are so useful. I've got about 10 projects on the go at the moment so who knows what's next! I'm trying to get Christmas "done". I do need to finish the patchwork pig I'm working on for my mum, then get started on the cushion for the stitchery I finished for my friend

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  118. Great giveaway! Please enter my name in the drawing. My next project is a Christmas stocking for my DIL.

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  119. Thanks for the giveaway! My next project is to quilt 3 Quilts for Kids, and then on to hopefully my own quilt! Why are we always last? lol!

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  120. I hope to do more Hexies.

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  121. My next project is to sew up a bag for a new friend. I signed up with Sew Mama Sew to do a bag swap and I've got my partner and I'm ready to start! First I've got to finish quilting my new window valance for my kitchen though....
    Great giveaway!!! Thanks!
    kelli
    kellbell_6@hotmail.com

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  122. ha ha! I'm not wanting to start any projects until I've crossed off a few more of my current UFO list

    Promote your giveaway on the new Quilty Giveaways site (it's free) help me grow a one stop site of fellow quilters that are hosting giveaways. Don't forget to follow the new site too!

    http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/

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  123. Well, when I finally finish up the baby quilt I am making now - my first quilt ever! - I need to make an I spy quilt formy daughter. I already have all the I spy squares! :-)
    And after that I would love to make a quilt just for me!
    Thanks for the giveaway. And if you want to come by my blog and enter my giveaways ... you could win
    some custom-made buttons ... or a teacozy ...
    Have a lovely week!
    ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

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  124. I'm a fairly new quilter, so I hope to start working my way through Harriet Hargrave's Quilter's Academy soon. Great giveaway...thanks for the chance to win!
    ket06e@gmail.com

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  125. thanks for the awesome giveaway! i want to make spiderweb potholders for christmas presents this year. i have only quilted coasters it'll be an interesting advanture.
    songyueyu at gmail

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  126. I love your give away. We had the lady who wrote. "Nickel Quilts" come and give a workshop to our guild recently. I will soon be starting an applique piece from Piece O Cake called "My Whimsical Garden"

    Thanks for the give away.

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  127. I'm expecting a niece within a few months, so I'd love to get started on a baby blanket! My fingers are crossed for these charms, thanks for the giveaway!

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  128. I would love to win. I am taking an applique class beginning in a couple of weeks and those charm squares would be perfect for that new project.

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  129. My next project is a blue quilt with lots of half square triangles in different sizes from my scrap bin.

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  130. i'm going to work on pajama pant for christmas!
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  131. Well I need to finish three quilts before I start a new one. LOL! But my next on on the list is a Schnibble, Paginini, for Le Petite. I have it all cut out. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  132. id really like to start a Boston Commons quilt..of course, ask me next week and it might be a different answer! thanks for a chance.

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  133. I really like your ideas. I just found your blog tonight. I just finished two quilt tops for my daughters and I would love to make something really depression era style like a double wedding ring. Keep up the great encouragement for us. CArol

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  134. I'm finishing up quilts for Christmas gifts, but after that I want to do something for myself. I have a killer purse pattern I've been wanting to make. Picked out the fabrics I want, and just have to find the perfect buckle for it. This will be the first purse I've ever made, so it'll be an adventure I'm sure.

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  135. So many things. I need to work on Christmas next, but I have a Schnibbles book and a couple other books that are also calling my name. Thank you for the chance to win the charm squares!!

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  136. Wow Melinda - what a LOT of stiching you achieve. My next quilting project needs to be a tablerunner for a workmate - I need to finish it in time for christmas. I know I saw the perfect pattern for it somewhere!!
    Thank you for this chance!

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  137. well, I actually have a couple projects that I need to finish before I start another one. But I would like to get a quilt made for my teen son using old denim jeans.

    loko6 at peak dot org

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  138. I am finishing a quilt using 5" charms & 2 1/2" charms (all white)along with colorful Kaffe flower 2 1/2 strips! Then I will work on an autumn charm pack quilt that I got squares and pattern for on Saturday. I love charms!

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  139. As soon as i get a fall lap quilt done I will be starting on preemie quilts to donate to QFK. They are very small (18") so should go very quickly. (my sort of project!) Your quilting is beautiful!

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  140. My next quilt project is for my father. He is a dragon freak, and I found something that I can turn into an applique. Black, red and gold batiks, with a greek key border. It'll be AWESOME!!!

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  141. Love charm squares! There are so many things you can do with them! I'm working on a coin quilt next for a swap I'm doing. After that I have blocks to make that I got the kits for two years ago on a shop hop. Better late than never, right? LOL Thanks for the giveaway! :0)

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  142. Hello, I'm a new quilter so your tip about using squares to make triangles is a wonderful gift; many thanks!

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  143. I am currently finishing up some Christmas sewing, and can't wait to start my daughter's Holiday Dress :) :)

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  144. I am not sure if my comment posted. So will try again. If it did and this is a duplicate. (sorry)

    My next project could be a scrap quilt.....if I win your lovely charms. I love making scrap quilts so these would fit right in my stash nicely.

    Chris Dahl

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  145. My next quilt will be one for my little one-year old nephew!! I'm starting small and doing child-size quilts... Maybe one year I'll be able to tackle a queen-size!!

    Thank you for this chance!!

    Buri.sama(at)gmail.com

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  146. I am working with hexies and yo-yos so charm squares are perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. Once I finish up current projects, I want to start two candlemats made from nickel cuts. Thanks for joining in the giveaway!

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  148. My next quilt is a Carrie Nelson pattern that I've been collecting fabrics for quite some time so I'm looking forward to it. Love scrappy quilts so the charm squares would be lovely.Thanks for the opportunity to win these.

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  149. Great giveaway! I just love charm squares! So many yummy things to make!
    Right now I'm working on Christmas presents - quilts, table runners, and wall hangings! Hopefully I get everything finished in time!! :D

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  150. This is a wonderful giveaway! I would love to start a new quilt but I think I'd rather start making some Christmas gifts :)
    Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  151. Great giveaway! My next project is going to be quilts for my boys--my older's comforter is so patched it's beginning to look like a crazy quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. What a great pile of charm squares. The project I want to start next is a wedding quilt for a good friend. I haven't decided on the pattern, but will be looking through books tonight and making a decision by the end of the week, I hope. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  153. My next project is a quilt for my daughter.

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  154. Wanting to start next? A Winding Ways. Will do next? Finish up a couple of doll quilts, then recreate the quilt my grandma made me for my daughter.

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  155. I have the Nickel Quilts and More Nickel Quilts book by Pat Speth, which use all 5" squares, and there are several I would like to make.
    Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  156. I am working on a strip tube quilt project-thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. I'm traveling right now and, of course, visiting quilting stores. I bought a book about paper-pieced blocks, something I've never done, so that will definatley be my next project. Thanks for the opportunity to win you giveaway.

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  158. Oh, my! I want to get out my zigzag Christmas quilt. It is cut out, but I need some time to sew it together! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  159. am working on an apron that i should have finished by now but i just keep putting that off!

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  160. My next project will be a Christmas quilt for my mom's birthday! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  161. I am planning some projects for our guild bee day making charity quilts, so this package of squares would be used right away!

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  162. I'm hoping to get a pillow cover done soon, like this week, but life keeps getting me sidetracked. I like the size of your charm pack. Thank you so much.

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  163. Love that charming stack!!! Thank you for the chance to win! The next project I will start is a Christmas gift lapquilt!
    canadiankristin@gmail.com

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  164. Great charm squares for your give away! My next project is going to be the quilt barns quilt by Eleanor Burns. I like her patterns because they are so detailed!

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  165. My next project will be quilts for my granddaughters bunkbeds.

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  166. I just finished a Halloween Wall hanging and now need to get started on a baby quilt for our new grandbaby who has a due date of 1/1/11.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  167. Being new to quilting I have a LOT of projects that I want to start next but I think I'll do my diamond log cabin in a christmas theme :) Thank you so much!

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  168. My next project will be a new Christmas quilt for my daughter. Thanks for a chance to win

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  169. I'm currently working on a pink and purple bargello heart baby quilt. By next Wed I will have sewn a purse for my daughters birthday next week!

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  170. I love fabric of any size, shape or color. I am currently finishing a throw for my sister, it is for Christmas. Am hoping to make wedding ring quilt next so these charms would be perfect.
    kdiaz0546@adelphia.net

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  171. WOW! What a great giveaway.. Well as soon as The Doc gives me the go ahead I want to make a new quilt for my grandaughter..

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  172. My new project ideas include an i-spy quilt for my nephew, whose birthday is right around the corner. It seems like the ideal fun and educational goodie.
    Chelsey, cnw4z2@gmail.com

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  173. I have really wanted to do a scrappy string quilt. I have a few other projects that I want/ need to finish first. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  174. I've got a fall wall hanging that I hope to get finished while it is still fall. LOL Thanks for the giveaway.

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  175. Such a perfect giveaway!! My next project is going to be a lap quilt for a friend who is fighting and conquering breast cancer right now. I have not decided on a pattern yet. I adore scrappy quilts. They remind me of my grandmother.

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  176. Great giveaway! The next project I am going to start is lap quilt for my brother, he recently bought a house in eastern Canada so he will need to warm quilt to cuddle under during the winter.

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  177. My next project? A table runner, pieced and embroidered. I also make charity quilts, and the charm squares will go into making those--the economy has really caused a lot of families to hurt around here, so there are many calls for these quilts.

    Dot
    dminshall67@yahoo.com

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  178. I hope to start an Thanksgiving apron as my next project. Please enter me in your giveaway!

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  179. What a lovely giveaway. Thank you. I will be starting a Christmas wall hanging this weekend :-)

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  180. My next project is a baby quilt. Light blue with duckies on it (I know, the type we've seen millions of times before), but this one will be handmade for my month and two weeks old nephew!

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  181. I get the McCalls quilting magazine and octobers issue is christmas quilts one of the quilts titled candy cane lane I like the idea of not as a christmas quilt as I have some pre-cut pinks and greens for it.

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  182. The next project I am starting on is both a boy and girl crib bedding set for our baby we are adopting since we don't know boy or girl yet.
    Would love to win this giveaway!

    emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  183. My next project is my first pot holder attempt for a swap... I have the insul-bright and the idea... now I just need the courage lol :)

    Katy

    caitlindevlin@hotmail.com

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  184. Great giveaway! Please add my name to the drawing.

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  185. Lovely giveaway and thanks for the opportunity to win some really great fabric! I have too many projects to count! I've got to get free standing lace snowflakes & angels ready for Christmas & I have several cell phone pouches to make, plus some Christmas embroidery for my etsy shop (SewWriteCreations). Oh, and if I get a chance, I'd like to embroider some more foxes and leaves, since I just sold those 2 towels...yippee!!

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  186. Geez I had to quit reading your blog..............it's so great full of my favorits things........will be back as soon as I get through the list......I have't even gotten down to my name on the lisr yet!! and there are a lot below my blog on the list! thanks for participating, might have been quilte awhile, if ever, before I found you!

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  187. Thank you for participating in the giveaway, I love discovering new blogs that are so fun to go through. My next project HAS to be a quilt for my husband. I am a relatively new quilter, less than 4 years, and I have made one for all family members except DH.
    Susan@mathisons.org

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  188. I have made several quilts from Pat Speth's "Nickel Quilt" books! The star quilt you want to make has been on my list for years! I keep looking at the pattern - then decide that with 80+ UFO's - I need to finish something before I start another big quilt! Thanks for participating in the blog hop!

    eem2848 at sbcglobal dot net

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  189. What a lovely giveaway.
    I have been making a scrappy hexie flower quilt and would love to make another one with fabrics that match. I am hooked on hexies.

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  190. Hello! My next project will be two matching quilts so that hubs and I can each have one without it being stolen in the middle of the night. :)

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  191. I have a mystery quilt I am hoping to start once my plaster come off (4 weeks to go)!

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  192. I'm trying to finish up lots of projects so I can start and finish my Halloween 1904 quilt for next fall. Thanks for the chance to win some charms! Right now I'm designing some placemats using charms.

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  193. I love nickel squares, especially scrappy ones! I'm soon to start a tree skirt for my sister's Christmas gift.
    Great giveaway!
    Susan in NC
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  194. I love squares. I dont know what my next project would be though. Thanks

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  195. I just finished a disappearing nine patch table runner, and would love to do a full size quilt. This would be wonderful to do that with. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  196. My next project is to make some quilted journal covers and placemats for Christmas gifts. Those squares sure would come in handy!!

    bjleh at comcast dot net

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  197. My next project is a nine patch and pinwheel quilt for my newest niece. Thank you for participating in Fall into Fall. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  198. I have an I-spy for my 3 yr old son that I'd like to start. I've pulled it out, then back into it's hiding spot so many times I can't count. He's like a fabric magnet. Hmmmm I wonder where he gets that from? Thank you for the great giveaway and the posting of the star quilt as inspiration. What to do ? What to do?
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  199. I am going to make a quilt that I know as 'square dancing" but have also seen it called windmill. It uses 5" squares, so those would add to the mix I already have. Many thanks for the giveaway.

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