Monday, July 25, 2016

Giveaway Time!

It’s Giveaway time!!!
It's been awhile since I've had a giveaway!
I have a wonderful giveaway that would be so much fun to win...
Wilson and I are giving away a Bali Cracker which contains 40 - 10" x 10" precut squares 

Maddie girl picked out the pack of InvisaFil Thread... it's a set of 6 - 400m spools.
This thread is wonderful!


How can you win? Leave me a sweet comment on what kind of tutorials you would like to see on the Quilt Doodle Blog. Follow the blog for a second chance to win, leave me  comment that you do follow. Remember, if you are a 'No-reply' blog follower, you need to leave me your email address. It breaks my heart when I get no-reply comments and I have no way to get a hold of you!

-And-

For a third chance to win.... share my giveaway on your blog, or tweet it etc. and let me know how you shared it in a comment.
Good Luck!!!

Wilson, Maddie and I will pick out a winner this Saturday, July 30th!

Happy Quilting!!!
Cindy






269 comments:

  1. Not sure what kind of tutorials, but I really like your BOMs. What if you did an in depth tutorial about the different ways to do applique?

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  2. Oh my goodness what a generous giveaway. I am always looking for tutorials for my table topper frame. Thnaks for the giveaway.

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  3. I would like to see a mini BOM.

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  4. I would like to see a mini BOM also.

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  5. I'd like to see tutorials on table runners or elongated wall hanging quilts - seasonal would be great.

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  6. Thanks for the giveaway. I am a follower.

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  7. I enjoy quilt block tutorials, easy bags, and aprons.

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  8. You do such a good job already with filling my desires in quilting! I am always drawn to tutorials to mini quilts and unique blocks. I'd really like to work with those Bali Crackers!

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  9. I am a Bloglovin' follower!

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  10. I am a Bloglovin' follower!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  11. LOVE YOUR BLOG! Like unique blocks,Christmas Gift ideas. Thanks for a great giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  12. Love the blog and can't think of anything but the idea of a mini BOM or a one month wall hanging BOM would be fun. Maybe an Autumn or Halloween or Christmas one.

    With Christmas coming up it might be fun to have a sewing set or kitchen set tutorial. I could always use ideas for cute things that can be used in the Kitchen or at the sewing machine. Rina

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  13. I follow via G+ and Facebook. Don't want to miss anything.
    Rina

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  14. Shared via Twitter and Facebook. https://twitter.com/Chanzy01/status/757623805967671296

    Rina Mason

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  15. Cindy all your tutorials are already wonderful. Inset seams are my struggles

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  16. I already follow you on bloglovin

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  17. I'm not sure what type of tutorial I would like to see. I love all your applique projects. raydeer@memlane.com

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  18. I follow you on Facebook, and by bloglovin. raydeer@memlane.com

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  19. Liked and shared on Facebook. Wonderful Give-away. Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

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  20. I'm not sure what type of tutorial is needed, but I can't wait for your 2017 BOM!

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  21. Perhaps some tutes for small holiday projects...

    Love your BOM's!

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  22. I would love any tutorial with ideas for using those 10 x 10 crackers.

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  23. Following on Bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  24. How about Mini Holiday quilts! 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  25. I like tutorials for small projects that make nice gifts or to be useful at my house.

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  26. I follow you on bloglovin. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. I tweeted about this giveaway.

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  28. I follow you via email! yessewingisfun@yahoo.com

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  29. Thank you for the giveaway. They are so much fun, especially if you win! As for a tutorial, a bag is always fun....yessewingisfun@yahoo.com

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  30. Awesome giveaway prize!! Thanks for the chance. I'd love to see some tutorials for making table runners with matching placemats.

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  31. I follow you via email. Thanks for an extra chance... Fingers crossed.

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  32. I am a beginner level quilter, so any tutorials would be helpful.

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  33. I always like projects that use precuts.

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  34. I like practical things like boxes, totes, bags, etc. Thanks for sharing the giveaway.

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  35. I would like to see a tutorial on a small Christmas wall quilt.

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  36. Yeah! It's giveaway time and you are going to spoil one of your followers so very much. Fabric and thread - can't go wrong with this giveaway. Thank you for the chance to win this Quilter's Dream Come True.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  37. I follow your blog.

    tavmav@aol.com

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  38. Love your blog! Maybe some tutorials on ways to applique, thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. I would love a tutorial on mug rugs. Anything you do is great!

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  40. Love your blog! Maybe some tutorials on ways to applique, thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. You already do a great job with the tutorials you offer and I really enjoy your BOMs.

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  42. I would love to learn more about applique. I have a project to applique and I would love to know everything I need to know before I get into it and mess it up.

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  43. I'm an email follower. Thanks.

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  44. I can't think of anything other than what you do - thanks.

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  45. I always like to see how people do free motion quilting. I hope that some of that rubs off onto me.

    anndunn24(at)gmail.com

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  46. I'd love to see a tutorial on a wall hanging that could be for warm weather...summertime fun! Thanks for the chance to win! I follow you on Bloglovin!
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com
    Snoodles at Lilypadquilting

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  47. I am an email follower.

    anndunn24(at)gmail.com

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  48. I'm interested in mini's and gift items.

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  49. Happily following with GFC.

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  50. I would love to see a tuitorial on FMQ as I'm new to it!

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  51. Would love tutorial on any kind of bags or pouches. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  52. I get your newsletter. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  53. I'm open to any type of tutorials, but a small BOM would be good too.

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  54. I have been getting your blog post from e-mails. I enjoy them. I do a lot of English Paper Piecing and have graduated to other shapes then hexagon, so would like to see your take on how to epp squares, diamonds and triangles shapes. (Especially when you applique them down to a background fabric.) Keep up the good work. Robert, from northern Iowa. . . . (dl11man at yahoo dot com)

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  55. I love your BOM's and did one a few years ago as a donation quilt. Maybe a smaller wall hanging that's seasonal. Thanks for all you do!

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  56. No ideas here, but love all your blocks, such fun!

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  57. I am an email follower. Thanks for sharing

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  58. I love a variety of tutorials from small pieces to large complicated quilts. Thanks for sharing

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  59. I would like to do foundation piecing and mini-quilts too. I follow you through email.

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  60. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMonday, 25 July, 2016

    I follow you by email.

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  61. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMonday, 25 July, 2016

    I have just started an EPP quilt making 6 pointed stars that will be set together with hexies. Not sure of the best way to do this. A tutorial or tutorials showing EPP with different shapes would be nice.

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  62. I like the idea of a mini BOM with different techniques for the blocks

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  63. Great giveaway! I'm always up for most any new tutorial!

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  64. Great giveaway! I'm always up for most any new tutorial!

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  65. I'd like any tutorial for mini quilts or even mini blocks which can be incorporated into a larger project. Also any quick project which can be used for gifts.

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  66. I really enjoy your tutorials. I can't come up with anything special.
    momik97(at)aol(dot)com

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  67. I follow you via Google Friends Connect.

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  68. I follow you by email!
    momik97ataoldotcom

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  69. I'd love to see a tutorial on curved piecing. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  70. I follow your blog via email. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  71. I love tutorials that teach me tips, tricks and methods I don't know or don't do well. You know much more about quilting than I ever will so please just keep sharing what you do.

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  72. Oh, and I follow you on Bloglovin'.

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  73. Would love to see some holiday paper piecing tutorials.

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  74. I followed your blog with email notification. Have enjoyed the BOMs. I haven't made the quilts, but I have used individual blocks in other projects.

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  75. a series of small Christmas projects would be nice. gifty things, decorating things!

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  76. I enjoy your newsletter and follow your blog.

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  77. I always welcome tutorials that show me how to make small gift items!

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  78. I would like to read how you do applique. Or compare and contrast methods of applique. I'm betting you have a range of experience to teach us novices.

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  79. I follow you thru email too :)

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  80. I would like to see tutorials forma small projects and I love your bom!
    Eileen ekmvalencia@gmail.com

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  81. I follow by email
    Eileen ekmvalencia@gmail.com

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  82. I would love to see a quilt as you go tutorial. It's something I've been wanting to learn for years. And with your cute smaller projects I think that technique would be perfect.

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  83. I follow with bloglovn. And I'm pretty sure email too. I really don't want to miss anything :)

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  84. I tweeted the giveaway!
    https://mobile.twitter.com/NancyUsagypsy/status/757843238694719488

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  85. I like tutorials on Free Motion Quilting on your domestic sewing machine. I would like tutorials on gift ideas, that do not take lots of time.

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  86. I follow via email.

    sharoneujones@gmail.com

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  87. I am new to FMQ and would love to see more tutorials on that

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  88. I can't think of a specific tutorial but like others have mentioned, I'd love some quick gift ideas and minis would also be awesome. Minis are great for learning precision.

    Awesome giveaway!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  89. I follow you via email.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. I shared your giveaway via G+ and Twitter.
    https://t.co/P4yFnTb8op

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. Having just recently learned to sew a Y-seam (aka the dreaded Y-seam) - I want to learn to sew an inset seam.
    Also a creative "sew, slash -and sew again" block would be great.

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  92. I follow your blog via bloglovin'

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  93. I follow your blog via email and love everything you do.

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  94. More info on machine applique and design elements!

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  95. I love anything mini..so something that included minis, especially winter and Christmas themed.

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  96. I love anything mini..so something that included minis, especially winter and Christmas themed.

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  97. I would like some tutorials on FMQ. Keep is fairly simple yet inventive.

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  98. Hmmm-tutorials, how about applique on a table runner.

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  99. I tweeted about your giveaway! https://twitter.com/kathleennester/status/757913437204836353

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  100. I'm a follower of your blog - thanks.

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  101. I follow your blog. I would like to see patterns using small scraps. I have lots of them.

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  102. I can't think of anything - you pretty much covered it all. However, I want it all!

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  103. A seasonal mini Block of the month.

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  104. I follow you via email. thank you for the giveaway! mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  105. I would love to see more tips on organization of our sewing room with lots of pictures of yours. Mary mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  106. Great giveaway! I love appliqué but never tryied fusible web or other techniques like that. It could be an idea for a tutorial?

    quiltpatchappli at gmail.com

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  107. I follow you via Bloglovin
    quiltpatchappli at gmail.com

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  108. I am a beginner quilter and love any tutorials I can find. Love your site and really appreciate you sharing your knowledge!

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  109. As a beginner quilter, I would like small beginning projects that help to grow skills. Also, small projects that make great gifts. scarletfleece@gmail.com

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  110. I would love to see a fall one with a scarecrow and pumpkins. Thank you for all the work you do for all of us.
    az.oubres@gmailcom

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  111. I would love to see how you bind your quilts! I follow you via email at strichel@yahoo.com

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  112. I enjoy BOM projects. I am both a piecer and a paper piecer so those are the blogs I follow.

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  113. Wow, awesome giveaway! Someone asked for a tutorial about your studio and sewing room organization, I would like too!! How to store fabrics and notions, how to fold fabrics, and organize them (by color? by size? what is the best?)
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  114. I follow you by email
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  115. applique.... ktherron at hotmail.com

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  116. I would love to see tutorials on the actual quilting of your wonderful blocks. I follow via email at dscholsky@hotmail.com and I get your wonderful BOM on Craftsy.

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  117. jillszoo@aol.comTuesday, 26 July, 2016

    I'd love to understand paper piecing. I've tried and failed.

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  118. What a wonderful give-a-way! I wondered if you could do a series on how to correct mistakes? What if the applique doesn't stay put? What if there are wrinkles in your block? Are there simple fixes, besides ripping them all apart, to make things better? Or perhaps quilting techniques could be discussed? Do you use different colored threads? Do you go over what you've appliqued down, or just go around those parts? etc.

    That is all I could come up with. I did your BOM last year and haven't finished it yet, but oh my, it has been a fun one!

    Thanks for having such a sweet give-a-way!

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  119. I follow you via e-mails.
    mry_stndrd@yahoo.com

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  120. Paper piecing or EPP, I love both. Thank you for sharing.

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  121. I like small project tutorials...anything from zipper bags to wall hangings. Thanks so much!

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  122. I would love to see some small quilts that I could hang, especially holiday or seasonal ones.

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  123. I'm a long time follower. Thanks again!

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  124. I would love to see more hexagon projects, and trapunto quilting tutorials. Thank you so much!

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  125. I follow via email. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  126. I love projects that are quick from start to finish; placemats, table runners, rug mugs, etc. I like to give my projects as gifts. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  127. Any tutorial on fall projects would be wonderful. Any tutorials on using felted wool as well.

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  128. What a sweet giveaway! I like projects that are useful but fairly quick, maybe could be completed in at least one day of sewing!

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  129. I'm a follower by email! Lisamcgriff at Hotmail dot com

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  130. Love your tutorials, would like to see how you do the finish quilting

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  131. I shared this on my blog. :)

    http://lazyquilter.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-cracking-good-time.html

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  133. Good morning. I do follow your blog.

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  134. Super giveaway - I've been a follower for many years - look forward each
    year to your BOM's - which are in many stages of completion - almost get
    there and another ones is out.. Thank you for all your talents and the
    sharing of them... MaryLou

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  135. I'd like to see how you successfully do fusible applique. Then, how you go about sewing the edges.

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  136. Wow, would love to win ;)
    I love pincushions and small quilt like mug rugs, maybe a little tutorial about one of them for gifts for Christmas? - franidupas at gmail dot com

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  137. Suggestions for tutorials - The sharing of the shortcuts you use when making the
    blocks - such as for the stocking blocks how instead of making half squares how
    you sewed a square cross the complete squares to make the half square... all those
    little things are such light bulbs moments... Thanks for the chance. MaryLou

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  138. I love tutorials on embellishments, new ideas and etc.

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  139. I do follow your blog with email. And I love your BOM's that you have done for the last several years, thank you so much!!

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  140. A tutorial on ways to use the InvisaFil Thread would be nice. I don't think I have ever used 100wt thread before. Your bom's are always nice and I hope you will be able to continue those. How about a tutorial on how to be a reply to blogger? I hope I am not a 'no reply" blogger.

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  141. I follow your blog. Thank you.

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  142. I love Quilt doodle, I would like to see a fall bom. Thank you for all you do for us quilter's.

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  143. I love all kinds of tutorials christmas, wall hangings, ornaments love them all

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  144. tweeted your giveaway
    https://twitter.com/1apple_blossom/status/757934714426490880

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  145. I follow your blog via email.

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  146. I love your bom. The applique techniques you use would be helpful.

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  147. I always love BOM how tos.

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  148. I follow by facebook and bloglovin

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  149. Maybe some tutorials on small projects.

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  150. I would like to see mini projects since I really don't have room to work on regular size quilts. A wall hanging of the month would be nice, too.

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  151. love your emails. BOM my fav.

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  152. Love your BOM's, hmm what else would I like to see ? Not really much more I can think of-you do such a great job.
    Thanks for the chance to follow and learn from you via email. Thanks for the give away!!

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  153. I agree with many others, your BOMs are always great....thank you for a chance to win your giveaway.

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  154. Would love to see a tutorial on table runner ideas. Also paper piecing since I am a novice quilter.

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  155. I'm having fun building your 2016 BOM Christmas quilt. The instructions are so easy to follow and its turning out wonderful! There are so many great tutorial suggestions on here already so I won't add more to your decision! Thanks for the giveaway and good luck to all!

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  156. I'm fairly new but do love all the animal blocks. You may have done several but I'd enjoy a tutorial on any animal. I do follow your newsletter on email. rjc2cam(at)gmail(dot)com

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  157. my second entry I do follow your blog on my email. thank you for the chance to win. rjc2cam(at)gmail(dot)com

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  158. I would love a tutorial for some quick Christmas gift ideas. I am loving your BOM, too! Thanks! Homeplacequilts@gmail.com

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  159. I have yet to figure out how to cut strips, even smaller squares, in a straight line. It looks straight when I cut, but when I go to make the next cut I can tell the edge is no longer straight. Not so much the folded edge, but the end farthest away from me tends to curve out. I've tried everything! I hold my ruler flat, try to keep my blade going up the edge all the way to the end, all to no avail. A tutorial on how to cut without wavy edges would be great as I have yet to find one that actually addresses this issue.
    info@hookedonquilting.com

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  160. I do follow your blog and have for quite a while now. Love your designs!
    info@hookedonquilting.com

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  161. I love your BOMs, please continue to do them! They are always fun and beautiful, easy to make.
    ani.mati.oncddp52 at gmail dot com

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  162. I follow your blog on Google+

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  163. I shared on Google+
    ani.mati.oncddp52 at gmail dot com

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  164. Please enter me in your give-away. I would love to see a blog post on improvisational piecing.

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  165. This is my second entry for being a follower for your blog.

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  166. Been quilting many years and I love any tutorials offered, always learning. A very generous give away. Love to win it.

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  167. I follow your blog very faithfully. Can't get enough and then I am overwhelmed with all that is out there.

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  168. Would love Tote tuorials!! (I am such a Tote Addict! lol)...also easy Applique (am learning...)...& Wallhangings.

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :D

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  169. Already follow thru Email & your Blog :)

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