Tuesday, May 17, 2016

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  Garland Fat Quarter Bundle  from  The Intrepid Thread   is . . .   Number #215 . . . Congrats EmileeHope!!!   I have emailed you :)    

 



    
And on to today's



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Kimberly's Fabric Stash.    You will find so many amazing fabrics over at Kimberly's and everyday low prices on pre-cuts!!!  Along with hosting the giveaway, Kimberly is offering Free Shipping this week to all orders over $50.00!!!  



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some spooky goodness!!!  Kimberly's Fabric Stash is offering this adorable 15 Fat Quarter Bundle of Spooky Delights by Bunny Hill Design for Moda Fabrics ;)  I just love these super fun Halloween Prints!!!



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 what is your favorite Halloween costume you ever wore or made  :)

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Kimberly's Fabric Stash  Love!!!!   You can Sign Up for their Newsletter (which will get your more coupon codes :)  You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterPinterest, or You Tube.  Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Kimberly Fabric Stash Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, May 24th 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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255 comments:

  1. I'm always a cat at Halloween but one year I made a Cat/Audrey Hepburn crossover ... that was fun!

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  2. Love the Ville Fleurie in the shop!

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  3. Probably the Snow White costume I made for one of my daughters.

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  4. Many years ago I made the mad scientist costume from The Family Fun magazine for my son. When all was said and done, he looked like he was riding on Frankenstein's shoulders. kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

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  5. I found some Boathouse by Sweetwater on Kimberly's Fabric Stash.
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  6. My favorite is a costume my sister originally made for my nephew - the Staypuff Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters - it looked so much like the original - I loved it

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  7. I was a little girl and I can still remember the feeling when I was a princess. It was wonderful!

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  8. I can't think of any of my halloween costumes as a kid. But last year I made my youngest son a football player costume and I made one of my daughters a cheerleader costume to match

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  9. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  10. I made my son a paper mache humpty dumpty poor thing it was pretty heavy with the chicken wire and all! LOL

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  11. I like how Kimberly has her fabric selection through manufacturer. I like Anna Griffin's Yuletide.

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  12. Indian costume. Think my girls wore it out!! They totally loved it.

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  13. When I was in Primary many many years ago my Mom made me a Gingerbread costume. Then when I was older she made a Raggedy Ann costume for me. She was and is quite a seamstress Maryann L from New York

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  14. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  15. Favorite costume of mine was for my daughter, years ago, of a yellow crayon. Made of yellow felt with black felt letters going vertically up the front. A pointy hat was for the tip of the crayon. So cute.

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  16. When my family went as the Simpsons one year.
    Cheers! ~M

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  17. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on Pinterest

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  18. My favorite Halloween costume was actually a last minute one. We were "caught on Lover's Lane". My husband and I dressed in normal clothes that we very mussed up, my shirt was buttoned wrong, his fly was open with his shirt sticking out. There was lipstick on his collor. My hair was all messed up and he had lipstick all over his face. It was cute...

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  19. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on facebook

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  20. My favorite costume is one that my mother made for her first grandson...my nephew who is now 31. It is a little devil costume and has been worn by all three of her grandsons for their first Halloween..my two boys are now 25 and 29. I am keeping it safe for the great grand children!

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  21. I signed up for Kimberly's newsletter! Great shop!

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  22. I made our daughter Maritza a giant Ritz cracker - letters quilted on beige terry cloth - with a cheddar turtleneck underneath. Thanks for the chance! basaran.family at rogers.com

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  23. I've just signed up for the newsletter.
    basaran.family at rogers.com

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  24. I made an Alarm Clock costume for my son when he was about 3 years old. I let him choose the time -- 9:00.
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  25. My favorite costume was a knight costume that I made for my son when he was 5 years old.

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  26. Mine was a Raggedy Ann and Andy for my husband and myself.

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  27. I made my daughter a Renaissance Lady costume complete with cuffs, vest and headgear. It was so fun and she wore it multiple times. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway. Utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  28. I visited the store and my favorite items are the glow in the dark Halloween Fabrics. So fun!! Thanks again. utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  29. I have to say that my favorite costume was a store-bought Snow White costume in the 1960's with the plastic mask. Those were the good old days, and I felt so beautiful in the cheap little plastic costume with mask. It was magical at the time.

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  30. My favorite costume was the Snow White dress I made for my niece.

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  31. When I was about 6 or 7, my mother ordered me some butterfly wings with a little outfit. It was really special because we didn't get store bought costumes only the masks. I still love butterflies today.

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  32. My favorite costume was a witch. I dressed all in black with green face and hands; teased my hair out wildly; got a walking stick and pointed hat. Then I walked all over our middle school campus as I picked up my students. I had a great time and the kids got scared. Some thought I really was a witch with that cackle of mine. LOL

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  33. I showed my love by signing up for their newsletter. The selection of Halloween fabric sold me.

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  34. Oh my, I have made a lot of Halloween costumes. But by far the most fun was one year our daughter was Pocohantos and our son had a star trek costume. than another year they both wanted to be M&M's. that was a fun one to make from scratch. couldn't find a pattern. (they have them now) our daughter was a red m&m and our son was a chocolate m&m. they just looked too cute.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  35. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  36. I follow Kimberly on FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  37. My favorite costume was when I dressed a pioneer girl. My mother made me and my sister 1800's era dresses.

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  38. Can't think of any Halloween costume I ever wore but the grandchild was a dragon this past year.

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  39. Midnight Clear fabric on their website looks lovely.

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  40. Following Kimberly's Fabric Stash on Pinterest

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  41. For myself, my favorite two are my midieval costumes that I've made: a blue satin gothic dress with huge sleeves and collar with a short vest bolero. And a satin wench peasant dress with over skirt, to go with my wench corset that I bought from Damsel in This Dress.
    I don't have any Halloween-themed fabric, so this would be fun!
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  42. I joined Kimberly's email and Facebook page. Looks like a sweet shop.
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  43. My favorite Halloween costume...can't remember, but I love seeing my kids in theirs!!

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  44. Loving the glow in the dark Halloween Fabric at Kimberly's Shop. It's so bright and fun!!

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  45. Halloween is not really big here in Germany yet! My best costumes for my kids where a dragon and a pineapple!

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  46. My favorite Halloween costume was a clown outfit that I made for my son when he was about 4 years old. My daughter also wore it when she was about that age. So cute! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  47. I just signed up for Kimberly's newsletter. The Halloween fabric is adorable! Thanks for the chance to win! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  48. I made a BARNEY halloween outfit for my oldest grandchild years ago. It was shiny purple with a stuffed tale... TOO funny, I also made him a Buzz Lightyear costume. After the Barney of course! Great giveaway. I love halloween fabrics!

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  49. I love to get my kids dressed up. My son was such a chubby baby, we dressed his as the Incredible Hulk, but called him the Incredible Bulk.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  50. I wore a store bought Davy Jones of the Monkeys costume when I was a kid.

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  51. I already get Kimberly's emails sent to debbygrawn at yahoo dot com.

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  52. I signed up for the newsletter on Kimberly's stash as well. Sure hope I win! diwy zero nine one two@ yahoo.com

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  53. I made a snow white costume for my daughter loved it............ happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  54. Well i have kimberly on facebook but thanks to you i got her on youtube too... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  55. Definitely the Little Pumpkin costume for my 4 year old. She looked so cute I wanted to constantly kiss her (she would not cooperate). jen.neef@web.de

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  56. I went to the Store and I love the Roots Garden Fabric by Riley Blake :-) jen.neef@web.de

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  57. I made a Minnie Mouse costume for my daughter that she wore for many years.

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  58. My husband and I were Bonnie and Clyde one year. It was a hoot.

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  59. A baseball costume for a two year old. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  60. A princess dress when I was young.

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  61. I liked Kimberly's Facebook page.

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  62. I made a Bride-of-Frankenstein costume one year and haven't been able to top it since!

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  63. I had a "Snow White" costume when I was a little kid and loved it to death...I was so sad when I grew out of it!!! Thanks for sharing such a fun giveaway!

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  64. I think my fav costume has to be when my Mom made me into a flapper using some of her clothes. I felt so grown up! :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  65. I already follow Kimberly on FB. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  66. I made my own ladybug costume in 3rd grade!

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  67. A witch in my 20's! This fabric is too cute!
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  68. Her charm packs are such a great deal, I am going to have to see which ones I need!

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  69. When much younger and much lighter, my husband went as Mr. Hefty (been awhile since you've seen that commercial) and I went as a trash bag and he had to carry me around all night!!! I signed up for her newsletter and youtube!!! I'll check out more soon.

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  70. I made my son a purple dinosaur costume when he was little, I think it was a Simplicity pattern.

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  71. I signed up for Kimberly's Fabric Stash newsletter. Her prices are very reasonable.

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  72. I was a Christmas tree that has battery operated lights in third grade!! I loved it! jessamyn(dot)hawkins@gmail

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  73. My favorite Halloween costume is a ghost.

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  74. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  75. My favourite Hallowe'en costume was Raggedy Ann.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  76. I signed up for Kimberly's Fabric Stash newsletter.

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  77. My favourite Hallowe'en costume was the year my cousins and sister and I all dressed up as Greek 'maidens, with the over the shoulder toga look (sheets) and carrying an 'urn' to colkect treats. It was well received by everyone, and it was a lot of fun!

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  78. I signed up for Kimberley's Stash newsletter as well as subscribe to the blog and Liking it on Facebook! These fabrics are adorable!

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  79. Wow this brings back memories..favorite Costume i ever made was Quailman from the cartoon Doug.my teenage daughter. Wore it !!

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  80. I recall my mum making me a Xmas tree costume made entirely out of cardboard!
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  81. I follow Kimberly on twitter x
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  82. Cute fabrics! Putting me in a howlingly good mood!

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  83. I am following Kimberly on Facebook. raydeer@memlane.com

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  84. I made a Ninja Turtle costume for my youngest brother many years ago . It was a fun costume to make. Love the fabrics. raydeer@memlane.com

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  85. My favorite Halloween costume that I made was a cute clown costume that was women by my 2 kids, then my sisters 2 kids!!

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  86. My favorite Halloween costume that I made was a cute clown costume that was women by my 2 kids, then my sisters 2 kids!!

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  87. My favorite costume won me first prize. I was a nuclear holocaust victim where I wore a hooded gown made of burlap (a bit itchy), a skull cap to show I had missing hair, and then attached oatmeal to my face with spirit gum under makeup to appear to have had skin burned.

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  88. One year I made my daughter a nun costume and it was very sweet!!

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  89. I just signed up for Kimberly's newsletter, thanks!!

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  90. For my daughter's first Halloween I made a Little Red Riding Hood costume for her and I dressed up like the wolf and my husband dressed like Grandma. It's still my favorite costume!

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  91. At one time (long ago, in a far away land), my husband was very, very thin. The company where he worked had a yearly costume contest and I helped make a zipper,a Q-tip, and a toothbrush costume. He won with each costume.

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  92. My favourite halloween costume is one I made a couple of years ago, it's not perfect but I'm still fairly happy with it. It's an 18th century gown with all the underpinnings.

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  93. When I was about 8 my mum made me a ladybug costume with a big padded back piece and black legs. Not very spooky but I did look cute!

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  94. I made my son a peter pan/robin hood costume (they look pretty much the same!) when he was young, and he wore it so much it fell apart. Halloween, Renaissance festivals, school "storybook" days - it made the rounds!

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  95. I follow Kimberly's fabric stash on pinterest

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  96. My favorite costume that I have made (and I have made many of them) was a Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy outfit for my grandkids. It was so cute and so much fun to make.

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  97. I follow Kimberly fabric on facebook.

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  98. I love Halloween. My favorite costume is the Dorothy (Wiz of Oz) costume I made for my granddaughter 2 years ago.

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  99. I follow Kimberly Fabric on Face Book.

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  100. I made my daughter a scuba diver costume using part the real thing and the rest tin foil and cardboard.

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  101. I visited the shop and sent my daughter an email for a gift suggestion because I loved the Cookie Exchange by Sweetwater.

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  102. I was Cleopatra for Halloween one year. That was a lot of fun!

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  103. Wow! I can't believe I won! Thanks so much!!! For this weeks question: my mom made me a "tree" by painting my face black or brown and putting a green raincoat on me and telling me I was the tree of life! (My mom was/is one of the greatest ever!!) :)

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  104. I subscribed to her newsletter and follow on Pinterest.

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  105. I am now following Kimberly everywhere she goes! ~ LOL ~

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  106. Happy to follow Kimberly on FB!
    (facebook.com/linda.douglas.35 )
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  107. When we were small I remember the little White Sheet Ghost costumes as our favorites! Thanks for sharing a great giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  108. I made my daughter a Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz costume several years ago.

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  109. The favorite Halloween costume that I have made would be a clown costume complete with hat and red hair. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. (shirparks@gmail.com)

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  110. A wicked witch but only as an adult. My mom was a single parent so we were very poor and never had costumes as kids.

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  111. I already follow Kimberly on fb, bloglovin and I get their newsletter

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  112. Follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on FB.

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  113. My favorite was as a little girl my mother made me a "Martha Washington" dress in blue. My best friend's, next door, mother made her the same one in pink. We did not know and our mothers told us not to tell what we would be so we could surprise our friend. What a surprise, when we both came out in matching costumes!!!

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  114. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash by email

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  115. I remember when the kids were little, my son wanted to be a mummy. I made a "under jumpsuit", ripped strips of muslin, and sewed the strips to the jumpsuit so it looked like he had been wrapped in the strips. Looked weird, but he was really young and thought he looked cool!

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  116. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on FB.

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  117. One of my earliest costumes was a nurse, and came with a toy syringe which I thought was the neatest thing to give everyone 'shots'. I wanted to be a nurse because my aunt was one.

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  118. Kimberly's Fabric Stash carries Woolies Flannel, which I love!!! It's such a neat fabric, looks like woolen woven fabric, but is flannel and turns out so cuddly and soft. Makes a great quilt backing.

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  119. The only costume I remember is as a 'bum' - thanks.

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  120. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on email - thanks,

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  121. I made my son a Ninja Turtle costume when he was little, he loved it and continued to play with it long after Halloween.

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  122. My great grandmother made me a gypsy costume when I was 10 - I loved it!!

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  123. I love their bundles - the fat eighth of Bramblewood is nice! :)

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  124. I won a costume contest when I was a little girl. I was a witch complete with warty green nose!

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  125. I made a wizard costume for my son one year.

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  126. I follow Kimberly's by email.

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  127. The costume I remember the most is the Winnie the Pooh one my mother made ... but for my sister :) She wore it as pajamas for at least a year after.

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  128. When I was 6 I wanted to be M and Ms. So my older siblings made me an awesome costume out of a wire frame and orange garbage bags. Being 6 i refused to wear it and went in my own design - a box around my waist with a bag stuck to the front - I wanted to be a BAG of M and Ms!

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  129. I made my daughter a voodoo doll costume last year of burlap. We used knitting needles for pins.
    tljeo@yahoo.com

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  130. I signed up to receive Kimberley's newsletter. tljeo@yahoo.com

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  131. I really loved a clown costume I made but not one of my kids would ever wear it!!!! More recently I really enjoyed making 3 Barbie Musketeers complete with the hats with ostrich feathers, belt and capes. I thought the 3 grand daughters looked darling. Thanks.

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  132. I was a cat one year and my mom made my costume and I loved it

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  133. I was a cat one year and my mom made my costume and I loved it

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  134. One year, my husband and I dressed up as a cowboy and cowgirl. I had a big full skirt with white cowboy boots and a hat and he was dressed as a handsome cowboy! We had such fun!

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  135. My favorite costume ever made was a witch!

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  136. I follow Kimberly by email and Facebook

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  137. I dressed as a mime once. Loving the Halloween fabric. Every year I see up something with Halloween fabric. The last two years I have made quilts.

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  138. I dressed as a mime once. Loving the Halloween fabric. Every year I see up something with Halloween fabric. The last two years I have made quilts.

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  139. I guess I like being a clown or a cat but once I was a Fruit of the Loom with purple balloons. That was fun.

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  140. I made Jo a Princess Agnes costume when we did Despicable Me 2 as a family a couple years ago. She can still wear it. it is the best costume I have ever made, used a pattern but altered it tremendously. So great.

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  141. My favorite costume that I made was a ghoul "dress". Lots of black dye, cheese cloth and torn edges, very little sewing.

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  142. I was Dopey and six of my coworkers were the other dwarves plus we had Snow White and the Evil Queen.

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  143. My favorite Halloween costume was one my Aunt Susie wore. It was a very elaborate witch outfit, complete with a green nose with a bump on the end. She went all out for us, and we were amazed by her. Now that I'm an adult I realize how much work and effort she put into it, and I am even more amazed and impressed--how lucky we were to be the recipients of so much love and creativity.

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  144. I've been looking for the "just right" Christmas fabric, and I think I found it there: Holly Night. So pretty! If I am the lucky winner, I'll be splurging on a layer cake, for sure.

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  145. My daughter several times was a little black cat... so that's my favourite costume. :-)

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  146. Cat costume as a child was my fave.

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  147. I made a bat girl costume once - dress with black jaggered hem and sleeves, wide grey fabric belt with a bat appliqued on the front, bat ears and bat earrings. I also made a cat costume once. I can't remember all the details but I remember plaiting old black stockings to make the tail and using face paint. Love the 'spooky' fabrics.

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  148. I made a clown costume that was passed down with my kids. They each loved when it was their turn to be the clown. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  149. I visited Kimberly's Fabric Stash. That glow in the dark fabric is so cute. I've never seen that. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  150. My favorite costume was a hobo costume.

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  151. I made a Snow White costume! That is still being passed around! That costume is 30+ years old now.

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  152. I've visited and am getting Kimberley's newsletter.

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  153. I was an old woman about 20 years ago...............now I don't need a costume.

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  154. Visited the shop and love the Angel Band line of fabrics. This is a great idea, Melissa, of having readers visit shops. Sometimes you forget about the great online bargains and choices. Good to be reminded of Kimberly's Fabric Stash.

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  155. In high school i made my own angel costume. I wore it for a few years. You take a dress pattern, make it out of brocade and add wings.

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  156. I was Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. My favorite movie and only fitting since Dorothy is my name

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  157. I was a roll of toilet paper one year. It was made out of cardboard, painted white with a black dashed line for the perforations. The only problem was I could hardly get a drink to my mouth because of the arm holes being at the sides. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  158. I signed up for the newsletter. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  159. A couple years ago I made a onesie sleeper for my husband to be a "big baby" for halloween!

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  160. My favorite costume was when I was 6 and was a glow worm, with actual light up butt. Loved that thing!

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  161. When my youngest was in preschool I made a pioneer costume for myself. I wore it a couple of times and loved it, but ironically enough, my youngest has worn it for events more than I have and will take it on the trek with her this summer =)

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  162. I was an early settler woman one year. I even had authenic shoes borrowed from a relative.

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  163. When my daughter was 5 I made her a Baby Bop dinosaur costume that my MIL helped me with.

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  164. witch - matches personality!!

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  165. One year as an early teen, I made a robot costume complete with lights on the head that moved in designed patterns. (This was in the 70s so the lights were unusual.)

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  166. I have a clown costume that my maternal grandmother made for me in jr. high. I still have it.

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  167. I think a penguin. It was as warm as it was adorable.

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  168. Wilma Flinstone, stitched up myself. My hubby went as Fred Flinstone and a couple whom attended the Halloween party w/us came us Barney & Betty RUbble.
    I made all 4 costumes w/sweatshirt fleece. Lots of fun!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  169. I spy in the shop "Welcome Fall" by Deb Strain for Moda. Thank you!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  170. For my daughter when she was seven, I made her a princes Halloween outfit. It was very fitting for a little girly girl!
    yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

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  171. Don't really remember! I follow Kim already

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  172. I just made myself a Pocahontas costume in 2015. She's by far my favorite Disney princess!!

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  173. I signed up for the newsletter.
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  174. An angel costume for our daughter when she was 1 month old.

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  175. I made a Spiderman hoodie for my husband's Halloween costume. I loved that he was able to wear it other days too!

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  176. Last year was the first when I made a Halloween costume for my daughter and she chose to be Fawn the animal fairy from Disney fairies.

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  177. When my 2 oldest girls were 3 and 4 (now 33 and 34) I made them matching Crayola Crayon outfits for halloween using 60 inch felt. I made a long tube out of red felt, and one of blue, cut out black felt lettering which I sewed on, and for the crayon points I used colored poster board to make a cone hat for them. They were so cute---a little red crayon and a little blue crayon holding hands....WHERE HAS THE TIME GONE?????

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  178. My mom was ahead of the curve. I was a jack o'lantern in the 70's. The body was stuffed with crunched up newspaper (try getting enough of that now...) and I wore green tights and a green knit hat. If only she had sold that pattern then, we would have been rich, rich I tell you......

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  179. I joined Kimberly's club to receive notifations and her discount coupon. I found many things that I could add to a wish list including the glow-in-the-dark Halloween fabric line....but I think my favorite is Deb Strain's Bee Creative line of fabric....I saw she has the pre-cuts.

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  180. My favorite costume that I made was Big Bird for the kids when they were young.

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  181. At age 8 or 9, I made my all-time favorite Halloween costume - the "snow white" witch. Carried a basket with nasty looking apples, but offered the pretty shiny one to the judges, cackling all the way. They loved it and I won the costume contest!

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  182. Best costume I ever came up with was for my dughter her first year of school. Goodwill sequin dress and a homemade sash that crowned her Miss Bel Air Elementary. Teachers and principal both loved it and she wore it until the 3rd grade!

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  183. My favorite costume was a gypsy where I got to wear lots of makeup, big earrings and a ruffled skirt. I loved it. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  184. I visited the shop and found the Creepy Hallow collection by Dan Morris for Quilting Treasures which I love and Kim Diehl's new book! chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa