Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day . . . let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!   The winner of the $25.00 Gift Certificate to Discover Fabric  is . . . . . .   Number #117 . . . Congrats annemarie!!   I have emailed you :)     


 



    
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop.   Fat Quarter Shop has everything you could ever want  and they always have amazing sales!!   This week they have two awesome sales going on!!!! First off, 20% off everything you could ever need for Binding!!!   And second, 20% off all Cotton + Steel!!!   Be sure to pop on over and check it out!!!!

       


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away these 3 awesome Simply Colorful II Junior Jelly Rolls to one lucky reader !!! I just love these prints and the junior jelly rolls are so cute and fun!!!!




You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me some memory from your Junior Year in High School . . .and if you can't remember anything, just a comment with the word Junior in it will do too :)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Fat Quarter Shop love.   You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterestYou Tube or at their Blog.  You can Sign up for their Newsletter which will ensure you catch all of their amazing sales, or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Fat Quarter Shop Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, October 6th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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424 comments:

  1. Traveled to many basketball games to watch my husband (then boyfriend) play college ball. Enjoyed spending time with him & his family.

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  2. Liked Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook and am subscribed to their newsletter

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  3. Junior Year? That was the year when I dyed my hair Black for the HS Musical "The King & I". Had a boyfriend, I thought I was really 'in love'. Glad I let that one go! He just wasn't the right catch.
    Leaving my Email just in case. pmcrowther@yahoo.com

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  4. Liked Fat Quarter shop on Facebook. and subscribe to their newsletter.

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  5. Follow FQS, get their newsletter & make all the SAL's. I buy my Lori Holt fabrics from them.

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  6. Junior High is a time best left in the past, just liike quilting cottons from the 1970's. My dad and brother share a name, yes senior and junior. To respond to callers at home I started asking, Big D or Little D, aka Iggy. My Dad has been gone for nearly 30 years but the Big D label still sticks and my 50+ year brother is still Iggy.

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  7. I really have to think back to my junior year yikes ! that was a long time ago. Just remember riding my horses a lot. ccpmcsusmom@att.net

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  8. I just visited Fat Quarter Shop for the first time, so much eye candy. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  9. sewing class - I finally had all my major classes done and had free credits to take classes I wanted to take - sewing and art

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  10. I follow Fat Quarter Shop via Facebook and email

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  11. During my junior year in high school, I played on the womens basket ball team, I was not sporty but I did it
    I also continued my participation in cross country running. I was a busy girl and my school grades were not perfect... mostly just average in my junior year

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  12. I remember my math teacher showing us his amputated leg. His "wooden leg" as he called it was fascinating! He only lifted up the bottom of his slacks, nothing creepy. :)

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  13. I already get Fat Quarter Shops newsletters; great selection and wonderful customer service!

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  14. I follow Fat Quarter Shop in Instagram, Facebook I get their news letter and I buy stuff from their shop all the time.

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  15. My junior year of high school was fabulous - skiing every Saturday and Sunday with my brother and boyfriend all winter!! I didn't know that would be the last full winter I would be skiing with my brother :( School was great too...I didn't have to take any more math classes - geometry in 10th grade was the last required math class!!!

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  16. I follow Fat Quarter shop on FB and get their newsletters.

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  17. I follow Fat Quarter Shop every way possible - just love that shop!!!

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  18. Wow, junior year! I have to think waaayyy back on that one. :) I believe my junior year was prob the most fun for me. Looking forward to being a senior and enjoying being an upper classman in school.
    cratyccain@gmail.com

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  19. I remember being the new girl in town when everyone else had lived there all of their lives. A big adjustment year.

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  20. I have been following FQ forever. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  21. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop in almost every way.

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  22. My Junior year in high school I was dating someone from another school. I always showed up at events with a handsome stranger!

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  23. My junior year in high school was great. My parents finally let me take the car out of town. This was 1975, and I went to my first concert. It was at Market Square Arena and it was Lynyrd Skynyrd. Best year EVER.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.
    Good luck everyone.
    jcraven1958@hotmail.com

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  24. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop by email, pinterest and You Tube. Excellent sites for learning. Thank You for the give away! brend_ack@yahoo.com

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  25. Junior year of high school. Now this will date me! I live on the west coast where large volumes of snow were not common. At the end of the december break, it really snowed (probably 2 feet or more and we have no snow clearing equipment). My walk to school was 30 minutes, so trudging to school was not fun. Dressed up in boots, gloves (sorry east coasters, don't laugh) and pants we arrived at school to be told that we had to change into "dresses" as girls could not wear pants to school. When we pressed, the reason given :"would not want you to be wet during the day". Well, the young feminists in the group decided that if the boys did not have to change clothes, neither would we. So we put our ideas forward and wore pants anyway. Guess the admin figured we had a point. So after that, we could wear pants and *gasp* we did this on no snow days and the world as we know it did not end!

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  26. I remember a school dance in Junior High during Halloween, and we danced to the Monster Mash. Have a great day. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Just mention junior in my comment....I always enjoy your posts and tutorials, plus your fabulous give aways! Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day! brend_ack@yahoo.com

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  28. While my junior year in high school was not very memorable, my junior year in college was very important as I became engaged to my husband.

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  29. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram (cher277). dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. Junior High was a bit hard for me. Why? I had my cousin as my French teacher and he would always ask me to say this, that and the other thing in French.

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  31. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop by e mail.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.
    Good luck everyone.
    jcraven1958@hotmail.com

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  32. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by email and on Facebook.

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  33. My junior year I ran for the Junior class student council opening - not knowing I would have to give a speech during Assembly (kinda like a pep rally but boring) in front of the whole school! Well, I gave a speech and it was horrible (can you say STAGE FRIGHT?). I didn't win the election which was okay, I didn't want in the limelight after all. Thanks for Terrific Tuesday Giveaway. ktsquiltdreams ATgmail DOTcom

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  34. Junior year in high school? So long ago. I remember going to football games with friends.

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  35. I don't remember much, so I'll just say JUNIOR!

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  36. I get FQS email and follow twitter and blog

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  37. I follow FQS all kinds of ways - email, FB, IG, etc.

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  38. Oh, my, Jr. high. What an awkward time of life that is. I had a science teacher who drank. He was a really good teacher who I learned a lot from, like how to hide your bottle in the air conditioner vents along the window, but also some science. 😉

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  39. No one! And I mean no one! Would have guessedwhen I was a junior in high school that I'd take up quilting later in life... If the boys could forgo home economics for mechanical and architectural drafting classes, so could I! 20+ years later- I have enough fabric in my stash to make every former teacher (and probably classmate) a quilt!

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  40. I follow fat quarter shop on Pinterest

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  41. I also follow fat quarter shop daily. Email, blog, IG.

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  42. Junior year in high school was the first year I was homeschooled/did independent study. High school stressed me out so much, I was missing more than I was going. So, that year, I got a job. :-)

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  43. I follow fat quarter shop on YouTube.

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  44. I follow Fat Quarter shop all over the place. I got their newsletter this morning.

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  45. And I also follow fat quarter shop by email. I think I just really love their shop

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  46. I worked hard to graduate early in my junior year. My husband and I were married October of what was supposed to be my senior year. 35 years this October!

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  47. I went to Governor's Honors between my junior and senior years of high school.

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  48. I follow Fat Quarter shop by email, fb and instagram.

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  49. I follow the Fat Quarter shop every way possible. Love that place.

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  50. My junior year was so filled with drama. My family moved half way across the country. I was so sure it was the end of the world for my 17 year old self. Almost 50 years later it doesn't seem like such a big deal.

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  51. My Mom bought me a beautiful white dress with gold stars for a school dance!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  52. I follow by newsletter and their blog.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  53. Unfortunately, I don't have great memories from junior high.

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  54. I follow them on ig, fb, email...

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  55. Junior year was a lot of fun for me, my dad was stationed in Germany and I spent a lot of time exploring Europe with my friends and family. It's an experience I will never forget.

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  56. Hell on wheels. That is all. :-) I signed up for the newsletter.

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  57. Can't say I have to many good memories from Junior high. We moved 6 times that year, my Father's job, I had a hard times remembering where all my classes were. I follow FQ shop by email and get there newsletter. Love their sew-a-longs.

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  58. Junior year? Do you know how long ago that was? Can't remember a thing.

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  59. Junior High was great fun! New school, new state, lived with my favorite cousin and best friend and had a bunch of good friends! We were always doing great fun things at school, volley ball tournaments, sock hop pretends! Beach trips!

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  60. Fat Quarter Shop is my favorite online store! I follow them on every way

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  61. Junior high first dances. Hating dressing out for PE and walking to and from school. delch81@gmail.com

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  62. Not real good memories of Junior High...lived with step-sister & her family..Jr & Sr high school. Was like their maid, nanny & housekeeper...4 them & 3 kiddo's....have no fun teen memories.

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  63. I follow FQS thru their Blog, YouTube & get their Newsletter! :) Am also a verrrry Happy Customer there too! :)

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

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  64. Started driving my junior year of high school.

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  65. Junior year......hmm.... I passed AP Chem, because my best friends (and study buddies) were the validictorian and salutitorian of our class!!

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  66. I started driving my junior year of high. Also moved to a new school, so that was difficult.

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  67. The Fat Quarter Shop is my favorite store. I follow all their social media.

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  68. I started driving my junior year of high school.

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  69. I remember making beer in Chemistry class in my junior year. we had an unconventional teacher!! However, no tasting allowed.

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  70. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, the Jolly Jabber and shop at their store. Love all of it!

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  71. I passed my junior year with honors. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  72. I had a junior high school crush on my science teacher!

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  73. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB and get their newsletter. Thanks!

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  74. I follow Jolly Jabber and receive FQS's newsletter. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  75. And........I just signed up to get the FQS newsletter. I love that shop!

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  76. Junior High, I have no trouble recalling it evrn at 41, I lost my best friend in an accident, my PaPa passed away on my birthday a week later. But, i met my future husband that year too who would give me two beautiful children later in life. I also began volunteering at a homeless shelter with my church that year and the tradition still continues and I got a Boxer puppy for my birthday and now I work with Boxer Rescue. Junior Year a busy and pivotal year.

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  77. I took home economics in the 8th grade and the sewing instructor usually just looked at the pattern picture to tell us how to make the garment. That was until I decided to make culottes, which totally confused her! LOL Bless her heart, she had to pull out the step by step instructions! We all learned something that day!

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  78. Junior High, I have no trouble recalling it evrn at 41, I lost my best friend in an accident, my PaPa passed away on my birthday a week later. But, i met my future husband that year too who would give me two beautiful children later in life. I also began volunteering at a homeless shelter with my church that year and the tradition still continues and I got a Boxer puppy for my birthday and now I work with Boxer Rescue. Junior Year a busy and pivotal year.

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  79. I started driving my junior year of high school! I'm sure it gave both of my parents many more gray hairs that year, but for me, it was freedom!

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  80. My junior year of high school was great. It was my first year as a flag team member. I loved being a part of the team. Just in case kaghy98902@gmsil.com

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  81. My junior year was probably the most memorable year from high school. I was able to go on a 30 day trip up the east coast for a class. We hit all of the historical sites like Jamestown, Yorktown, Williamsburg, DC, etc. It was a great learning experience, lots of fun but lots of work too.
    dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

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  82. I get The Fat Quarter Shop news letter. Just in case kathy98902@gmail.com

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  83. OH gosh, you are really making me go back what seems like a hundred years ago asking about high school. LOL Thankfully you asked about my Junior year as that one I remember very well. My father was running to be elected as a judge to the Circuit Court so we marched in, I think every single parade in about a 40 mile radius passing out notepads, nail files, pens, pencils and all the other goodies he had imprinted with his name. And then while watching my favorite tv shows, I would often see myself. Yea, Dad did a TV spot to run often in the evenings mostly where the entire family, including his good ole' trusty Black Lab hunting dog was shown. I have to say that I was not fond of being on TV at all.

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  84. That was so long ago! I remember going to lots of football games and learning to drive.

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  85. I already follow FQS on Bloglovin' and get their newsletter.

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  86. I can't remember much from high school--so I will say that I like Junior Mints candy.
    Thanks to you and the FQS for the great giveaway!

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  87. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop in SO many ways; Facebook, subscribed to their blog via email as well as on Bloglovin', subscribed to their YouTube channel, and also am a subscriber of their newsletter.

    They're not getting any news past this Momma. LOL

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  88. Dropped out my junior year, but got my GED when I was 30 and then graduated with high honors from college.

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  89. In May of my Junior year in high school, I had my first date with my now husband. He was one and a half hours late due to pitching in a double header baseball game. My dad almost did not let me go out because he thought it was disrespectful. No cell phone to call and let me know of the delay.

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  90. Love, love Fat Quarter shop!! I follow their blog and their Instagram posts.

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  91. Junior high is tough - hormones going crazy for both boys and girls. I remember being taller than almost everyone in the class. I didn't quite know how to deal with my height.

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  92. What I remember from junior high is fainting in health class. I subscribe to Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter.

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  93. I receive the FQS newsletter, follow their blog and follow on Twitter and YouTube.

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  94. Junior high was not a good time for me. I'll leave it at that - I follow FQS in FB and get their newsletters. email is stamperwithdayjob@gmail.com just in case I win :) Thanks for the chance.

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  95. In this year my class went on a school trip to Dresden (I'm from Munich, Germany) for a week and we went to the opera there. Let me say one time is enough for me;-)

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  96. My Junior year I toured the USA with a group of Horizon Girls. We met Elenore Roosevelt! Probably didn't realize what a privilege that was!!! Juniors don't always have it as "together" as they think they do!!!

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  97. Junior high was awesome!! Met lots of new people, had school dances, and our 8th grade trip to Toronto was awesome!

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  98. I lived in the UK so no Junior High School! But if you mean when I was 11 to 12 years old I remember running 100 yards in 12 seconds. It never happened again; the following year my boobs were too big!

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  99. I follow the FQS on their blog and on Instagram.

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  100. Gosh, that's a long time ago! But I do like Junior Brown's music.

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  101. I really don't remember. I graduated 6th grade in CA. We moved to IL that summer and when I started school they said that my grades where that of a beginning sophomore in high school. I guess the school I came from did a really super job.

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  102. My junior year was a little sad...because my best friend moved away that year. :(

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  103. I show my fat quarter shop love via following them on facebook and am signed up for their newsletter as well!

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  104. Well we don't have Junior high in the UK but I remember making some culottes in the first year of high school!

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  105. I follow the fat quarter shop everywhere and get the newsletter :)

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  106. Junior year of high school - I was looking at and applying to colleges. My best friend and I had 6 out of 7 classes together, and we both made National Merit Semi-Finalists (and the next year we were Finalists!). We nerdily ruled the school! ;)

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  107. I get the Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter - The Jolly Jabber - delivered to my inbox (lalaluu @ yahoo . com).

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  108. My junior prom...my sister made me this beautiful, form fitting dress and when I got to prom I discovered that "Gone with the Wind" dresses were the norm. I got almost as many glares as Scarlett did! I felt terribly out of place! Lol. Pbstrand@msn.com

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  109. My junior prom...my sister made me this beautiful, form fitting dress and when I got to prom I discovered that "Gone with the Wind" dresses were the norm. I got almost as many glares as Scarlett did! I felt terribly out of place! Lol. Pbstrand@msn.com

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  110. And u committee FQS on facebook, email and, I think, twitter. Pbstrand@msn.com

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  111. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop blog and receive their newsletter via email.

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  112. Junior year don't remember anything special, allot of homework. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  113. Follow on You Tube and bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  114. the only thing that I remember about Junior year was that was the year I started wearing glasses. Big, tiger print frames! UGH!!

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  115. I believe Junior year would equate to our Grade 10. That year I remember very fondly our Social Studies teacher and class. It was our province's centennial so we produced a history pageant for our community. It was quite an affair. We also had to recreate something that would have been used a 100 years previous. I designed and sewed by hand a dress and bonnet of the era. It was then that I knew how much I really enjoyed hand sewing. The joy continues today.

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  116. Don't remember junior year, but I have never actually met anyone named "junior"

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  117. And I LOVE FQS, so I follow them on Facebook, instagram, and get their newsletter!

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  118. I follow on facebook, and newsletter.

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  119. The best memory of my junior year is that I attended the prom with my now husband of 60 years. What a lovely memory that is. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  120. I have been a follower of FQS for quite some time now by receiving their newsletter. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

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  121. I went to work at an engineering firm my junior year of high school. It was the beginning of a great first career. Thanks!

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  122. Junior year? In high school?. Sorry, I'm lucky if I can remember what I went into the other room for just a few minutes ago!!

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  123. I already follow Fat Quarter Shop, well, everywhere!

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  124. I remember my Junior prom-I had lots of fun!!!

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  125. My doubles tennis partner and I were written up a few times in the local paper for being on a winning role.

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  126. I follow FQS on their blog & IG...jbscraps.

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  127. I get the newsletter from FQS. Thanks for the chance!!

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  128. Oh my goodness! I was the biggest band geek. Loved all those band bus rides to and from away football games. Oh, got my driver's license Junior year too and drove a red 1969 VW bug.

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  129. I loved Junior High School... I learned to use a sewing machine in my Home Ec class, but hated my project- a pair of bell bottom pants.
    Susie

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  130. I loved all of high school. Can't remember anything specific about Junior Year. Senior Year was my favorite.

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  131. I get the Fat Quarter Shoppe newsletter.

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  132. I follow the FQS on facebook, YouTube and get their blog and newsletters!
    Susie

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  133. I got my driver's license in Junior year and had my first car accident shortly after. Ahh, the lessons we learn.

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  134. Not sure what year is Junior Year for USA as i'm Canadian but if it was 8th grade then it was Cheerleading......great fun! Love the colors of the jelly rolls. (dawnacaplin@gmail.com)

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  135. Who can forgot attending the Junior/Senior prom in high school? I only went my Junior year, so that is what I remember!

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  136. I receive Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  137. Oh gosh!! My junior year is too far back to remember anything about it! So there you are . . . my comment with the word junior in it :)
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  138. I follow Fat quarter on FB and get their news letter. Thanks for sharing the giveaway.

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  139. I follow Far Quarter shop on facebook and by newsletter.

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  140. My junior year? I think i was into choir...and being shy...

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  141. All that I remember about my junior year was that I was happy not to have gym class anymore. At our school, we had to wear awful, one-piece gym suits. They allowed the girls to wear 'normal' gym clothes not long after that.

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  142. I got my drivers license my junior year!

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  143. I am on the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter list.

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  144. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by email, Pinterest, Instagram. Oh, and You Tube

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  145. I have many fond memories of Junior High... It was the time for coming of age and making friends for life!!!

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  146. Well, junior year of High School was a long, long time ago....but, I do remember that I went to every single football game.

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  147. I follow FQS by email, FB, IG, Twitter... I don't miss a beat!!!

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  148. My most memorable thing about my junior year of school was that my best friend moved away.. I can't say that it was a fun time for me but that summer, I did get to go and spend my vacation with her and that was a good time.

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  149. Junior year of high school i snuck out of the house for the first time. ha we're so dumb!

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  150. I also follow on facebook and in my RSS reader

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  151. I have followed FQS forever in every way..Love it!!

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  152. I met my husband during my junior year of high school.

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  153. I follow FQS all different ways

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  154. My Junior year was the last year my class would be in the school we had attend for most of our school years, The Rock School. A new school was being built, and we would be the first Senior class to attend there.

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  155. I subscribe to Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter.

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  156. I remember spring vacation in Junior year we visited colleges.

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  157. I don't remember anything in particular from my Junior year. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  158. I follow them on Bloglovin and by newsletter. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  159. I really do not have great memories of Junior High - I did like being in the choir!

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  160. I follow their blog and get their newsletter! thanks!

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  161. Junior ;year was Drill Team. You could only be on Drill Team in your Junior Year and at first I didn't make it. I was crushed. But several girls had to be dropped because of grades and I was one of the alternates. It was soooo much fun. And of course, we were so cool!!!

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  162. I get the JJ newsletter. Thanks

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  163. I don't remember anything from my junior year. Probably for the best.

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  164. Junior high was not the best of times.

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  165. Hi there Melissa,
    I have to say that "Junior" was one of my most favorite characters on The Soprano's!
    (I live in Canada and we don't have Junior High, so I was not sure which years/grade are covered…ha ha ha!)
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline
    snausages22@yahoo.CA

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  166. Hi there Melissa,
    I get the FQS newsletter, The Jolly Jabber, and follow FQS on FB and YouTube!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline
    snausages22@yahoo.CA

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  167. I had my first boyfriend my junior year. Exciting stuff!

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  168. I follow FQS's blog, on Instagram, and their YouTube channel. I love these fabrics. They're top of my wish list.

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  169. hahaha! I went to my junior prom and blew a tire by hitting a huge pothole. Had to get picked up by my parents in the dark in my prom dress. will never forget that night!

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  170. I follow FQS through you tube, IG, FB, newsletter and probably more ways! love them.

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  171. In my junior year I attended my first formal dance - oh so long ago!

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  172. I follow Fat Quarter on bloglovin, email and facebook.

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  173. My Dad was in the Air Force, so my Junior year we had just moved to Dover, Delaware & we loved it there. We were close to his family in Philadelphia for the first time & enjoyed going to the beach.

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  174. I already follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook & email.

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  175. I was engaged in my junior year! I follow FQ!

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  176. In New Zealand we don't use the term Junior to describe High School years however in what was then 6th form for me I remember feeling very grown up because our uniform changed from being a gym tunic to a skirt.

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  177. its a weird memory.. 1st day of school some elder classgirl with a cast on her forearm thought I said something bad about her and promised to whoop my 7th grade butt!

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  178. I follow FQS in lots of places, Feedly, Pinterest Instagram too (nailtechcom)

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  179. SHARED GIVEAWAY https://www.pinterest.com/pin/187110559495156987/
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  180. WOW! Junior High that takes me back>I think this was the year that I and 2 other girls became really great Friends, you know sharing about everything ! LOL! Thanks to You+FQS for a neat giveaway!
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  181. I don't remember anything from junior (or any) hs years - on purpose.

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  182. Love FQS. Follow them on fb and shop there (way too) frequently.

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  183. Junior year in High School I was part of the yearly musical. I spent my spring break rehearsing with my friends, singing and dancing. Great times

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  184. Junior year, I broke up with my first boyfriend.

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  185. In Junior High, I lived in this house with a backyard that was this great hill that sloped down to a lake -- perfect for sledding and ice skating in the winter. sarah@forrussia.org

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  186. I played the maid in "You Can't Take It With You," and I had my first serious boyfriend. Got my driver's license, but no car.

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  187. In my junior year I sewed my middle sister's wedding gown .it was a Home Ecinomics credit for me, and she had to come to my junior class and model it.

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Melissa