Tuesday, June 7, 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  Charming Circles Ruler  from  June Tailor, Inc.  is . . .   Number #154 . . . Congrats mangozz!!!   I have emailed you :)    

Charming Circles Ruler   




    
And on to today's



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop.   Fat Quarter Shop is amazing and they never cease to amaze me with everything they have going on at their shop!!!     And did you know they have a 24 Hour Flash Sale every day with 2 Flash Sales on Tuesdays!!  You will find some amazing deals there ;)

24 Hour Flash Sales at the Fat Quarter Shop!


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving a totally amazing Tula Pink Throwback Fat Quarter Bundle to one lucky winner!!!  That's 20 Tula Pink prints from several of her lines!!  I got to see this bundle at market, and I can tell you, it is perfect for all of those Tula troops out there ;)  

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 if you could throwback time, what time-period would you want to visit?

 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, June 14th , 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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411 comments:

  1. The twenties would be my time travel pick. Hardships, indeed, but also a fun era.

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  2. Call me crazy but I like it right where I'm at. I would like to see a little bit of the world in this day and age. I sat and thought about it for about 5 min., nope I could not think of another time period I would want to visit.

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  3. I had always thought the period right before the US Civil War would be very interesting.

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  4. Id love to visit a bunch of different times, but only for a visit. I don't want to give up today's modern conveniences.

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  5. I already follow and buy from Fat Quarter Shop, but I did visit and would like to get the Berti's Autumn Quilt kit. It is so cute. This is a really nice bundle for the giveaway.

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  6. I'd love to visit the twenties (come on Downton Abbey)! ;)

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  7. And I follow FQS on Instagram and Facebook! Love!

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  8. i would love to go back to the 40's. my granny was a war bride and i've always been fascinated by her story. i'd love to experience it for myself

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  9. i follow fqs on instagram, facebook, twitter, and on their blog. they are amazing!

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  10. I think I'd choose early 19th century, Jane Austen kind of thing))

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  11. I follow Fat Quarter Shop's blog via bloglovin

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  12. I'm totally content right where I am.

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  13. I follow FQS all kinds of ways.

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  14. I would like to revisit the sixties. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  15. I follow the FQS on Bloglovin and by e-mail. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  16. The sixties fascinate me. So much going on!

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  17. I follow the FQS every where except Twitter. And that is just because I don't have an account.

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  18. I think I'd like to visit the 10's when my great-grandpa-in-law plotted out his land!

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  19. The Renaissance era would be a very interesting time to visit.

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  20. Ooh, I've been drooling over that fabric! I'm a huge Beatles fan and I would love to go back to the 60s and get a chance to experience Beatlemania. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. I follow FQS on their blog, newsletter, facebook, and IG!

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  22. when i was a teen knowing what i know now

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  23. oh that's easy 1301 love medieval things

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  24. oh wow, that is a tough question. Hmm one of them would be to live on the farm for a while again. Another would be to spend another week in Hawaii with my husband for our honeymoon again.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  25. I follow FQS via facebook and email

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  26. I follow FQS by newsletter and FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  27. I really like NOW and I am 69 years old! cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  28. I follow FQS on Bloglovin and order from them regularly.

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  29. I think the 40's would be fun! to go back in time.

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  30. I think hanging out with Jane Austen would be cool...so if that opportunity was included, I'd pick the 19th century :-)

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  31. I love Fat Quarter Shop...mostly because they show the fabric collections so nicely And sell them. Can't find everything in the LQS and it's so nice to be able to get the new stuff :-)
    I follow their blog and get newsletters and emails from them.
    This fabric pack of Tula Pink is wonderful! Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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  32. I'd want to visit the 1870's when my great grandparents arrived as immigrants. I'd love to get a taste of their pioneer spirit.
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  33. I've followed the Fat Quarter Shop for a long time. Love their fabric selections and their videos.
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  34. If I could throw back time, it would be in the 50s-60s when we were free to walk where ever we wanted with no worries!

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  35. I'm happy where I am, but if I could travel back in time, just for a look around I'd choose the Medieval period. I'd like to see those beautiful manuscripts in the making. Would not want to live in the time, though.

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  36. I'm a FQS lover subscribing to their newsletters, checking out their blog and following on FB.

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  37. I follow Fat Quarter Shop everywhere. Facebook, Instagram, I get their daily emails a plenty and their news letters. I buy lots of fabric from them too.
    You are right, they are amazing. I love all of those people there at the shop.

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  38. I follow FQS on bloglovin, email and facebook.

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  39. I would love to go back to the simpler life of the 60's.

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  40. I would go back to 70's right after college.

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  41. I really love where I'm at right now, but if I had to choose a time it would be during the 80s when I was in college and first married. Camille@focus20.com

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  42. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by email and newsletter. Thanks.

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  43. If I could go back in time, I would like to go back to the 80's when my girls were little and we played all day every day. I just loved those days, inventing yummy dinners, baking, sewing dresses, playing with dolls and riding bikes, and they even helped me with gardening (dead heads) and Lizzie loved to vacuum :-)
    I have been blessed

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  44. I already follow fat quarter shop amazing mystery quilt BOM

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  45. I think I would like to go back to the early 1800's - but just for a short period of time. I like my modern conveniences too much!

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  46. I follow FQS on Instagram and Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I would like to go back to the 60's since I was born in 61 I was too young to enjoy them maybe I could this time:)

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  48. I don't really care to go back in time. I think I would rather visit a time in the future.

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  49. I follow Fat Quarter Shop every way I can!!! They are only an hour and a half from me so if I order something in the morning I can usually get it the next day:) Instant gratification!!!

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  50. I already get the FQS newsletter.

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  51. I read the fqs's blog and get their newsletter!

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  52. I read the fqs's blog and get their newsletter!

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  53. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram

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  54. I'd go back to when my kids were young, and create more memories for them.

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  55. 1904 so I could go to the St. Louis World's Fair.

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  56. I already follow FQS - email, FB, IG, PInterest

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  57. Following FQS on Pinterest.

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  58. I follow FQS all over-FB, Instagram, Bloglovin... Gotta keep up!

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  59. I think I would go back to the big band era- love that music!

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  60. Love the music from the 50's & the slower pace of life, so I think I would like to go back to that decade.

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  61. Awesome throwback to the Elizabethan period....love the music from that era!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  62. I follow FQS on facebook and instagram! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. I follow FQS on facebook and instagram! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. Awesome throwback to the Elizabethan period....love the music from that era!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  65. I would go back to the sixties -lots of colour and new designers

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  66. I love the good that life is right now. I have been quilting for only a few years and I do wish I could go back a pickup some of the fabric collections I have missed. I love beautiful fabrics.

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  67. I would go back to the 70's when I just graduated college, was newly married and every day was something different and exciting.

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  68. I follow fatquartershop on Facebook and instagram.

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  69. I shop FQS all the time and follow their blog, shop emails, Facebook and You Tube.

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  70. The 1800's would be my time period. I would live out west, and travel by wagon. I would get a lot of quilting done.

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  71. I follow FQS on Facebook, Instagram, You Tube, and email. :)

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  72. I receive the Fat Quarter Shops newsletter.

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  73. I'd love to go back to the time after WW1 when optimism was high when the war to end all wars ended. But knowing that hard times seem to always follow makes me glad that I'm where I am now.

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  74. A small time hop in pretty much any era would be great...regarding we can't cherry pivk only the nice times, I think I'm pretty happy now ;-)

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  75. I think 1920's would be fun to visit. Thank you for chance to win awesome fabric.

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  76. I get Fat Quarters News Letter.

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  77. We have to pick just one time period!! Can I give a list?! Ancient Egypt (I'm dying to know how those pyramids were built), the 20's, the Renaissance, so many wonderful times to go back and visit.

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  78. Key word being "visit", most any time for the historical experience.

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  79. I like my life as it is and enjoy every day with my kids!

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  80. I follow FQS on Instagram, blog and newsletter!

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  81. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would not want to go back to any other time. Been there, done that. I'm perfectly happy where I am right now. That being said, I sure wouldn't mind having those FQs travel to my house! LOL

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  82. I already follow the Fat Quarter Shop on all social media!

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  83. I get the newsletter from from the Fat Quarter Shop and I follow them on Facebook.

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  84. I know if may sound odd, but I would really like to go back to be an observer of my childhood, see family members that are long passed, and look at that time in my life with grown-up eyes....

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  85. I follow FQS via newsletter.

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  86. I follow FQS on Instagram and bloglovin. Also receive their newsletters.

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  87. one The Renaissance period would be fun just for the fashion indulgences of the Aristocrats.

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  88. Roaring 20's would be great to visit. Love love love Tula Pink. Thank you. tljeo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. I get fqs newsletter. tljeo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  90. I'd visit late 19th century. I think.

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  91. Gorgeous and makes me spin in my seat. Just listened to you on Pat Sloan's podcast, would love you to share a bit of your organization.

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  92. Sorry, but as a woman I am convinced that going back in time would be a bad idea. We haven't been treated too well in the past, so I would stay put. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  93. I follow the fqs on FB. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  94. Any time in the Victorian era!

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  95. In a heartbeat, I'd go back to 1972 and have a "real" wedding instead of eloping in college. I lost my Mom and Dad 6 days apart last year....they always regretted not getting to come to our wedding.I could re-do the marriage of 44 years...have my babies again....and be many, many pounds lighter. I

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  96. I show FQS my love by subscribing to their newsletter via email....and by periodically viewing their listings. In my stash there are NO Tula Pink fabrics...it would be very nice to have some. I read about other quilters loving them---I don't even think I've seen them in my local quilt shop. Yes, I live a sheltered life in the boonies!

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  97. hmm, interesting question, 1972. when I gave birth to my first born.

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  98. Im happy with the current time period though a short visit to Jane Austen era would be interesting.

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  99. And I follow FQS on Facebook amongst other places. Love them!!

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  100. I wouldn't go back too far - the 1980's and 1990's would be as far back as I would go.

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  101. I'm a Fat Quarter shop follower

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  102. In my own life I'd love to go revisit my party days in university. Other than that? I'm not sure.

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  103. In my own life I'd love to go revisit my party days in university. Other than that? I'm not sure.

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  104. Being an avid Renaissance festival attender, I think I would love to VISIT Elizabethian England - and then come home!

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  105. 2000, when my kids were small. Hard to believe how fast those years went!

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  106. I get the FQS newsletters.

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  107. I follow FQS so many ways - I get their newsletter, subscribe on YouTube, and like them on facebook

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  108. If I could go back, it would be to about 10 years ago so, knowing what
    I know now, retire then and start quilting!

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  109. I LIKED the Fat Quarter Shop's Tula Pink fabric with the Aurifil Ultimate thread collection. Awesome!

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  110. I loved my 40s. I found true love then.

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  111. About 1900 would be interesting. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  112. I get FQS newsletter and follow their blog and youtube.

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  113. Following FQS blog, youtube and newsletter. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  114. I receive Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  115. If I could throw back time, I would try to sew more in the 80's. After all, it was the "big-hair days"! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  116. My first thought was to throwback to when I was 16.. life was great and carefree but then I thought about my late 20's when I had a direction, boundless energy and was ready for anything that came my way. Those were fun times and I enjoyed a variety of activities although sewed my own clothes but hadn't started quilting at that time.

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  117. I follow the Fat Quarter shop closely... in every possible but mainly their Jolly Jabber blog and on Facebook.

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  118. I think I'd go back to the 50s or 60s. When people were more honest and not so self centered. Or maybe even before!?

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  119. I love Fat Quarter Shop. I need Little Ruby Layer Cake. Got to start Amy Smarts quilt in her Craftsy class. Very pretty.

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  120. The 50's are calling me. Seems like a simpler time and oh the STYLE.
    Following on You tube.

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  121. LOVE FAT QUARTER SHOP! FOLLOW THEM BY GMAIL,FB.
    THANKS FOR SHARING! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  123. HELLO,I'd go back to those first few years when our daughters were small>so fun! Thank You+FQS for a great giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  124. That is a tough question!!! I think that I'd love to go back to when I was very young and to relive those discovery days between the ages of 3 to 10! That would be fun!!

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  125. I follow FQS via email and FB... They are awesome!!!

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  126. The 60's for me. I was only a babe then, so would like to experience the music as an adult. basaran.family at rogers.com

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  127. I receive the FQS Jolly Jabber. Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family at rogers.com

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  128. "If I could turn back time. . " I hear Cher singing. . . I'd probably be on a wagon Train heading across the prairie around 1840-50 or be Sacjewea leading Lewis and Clark across the country in 1803. . .

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  129. I think the 50s would be fun to visit, but I don't want to stay there. I like it here!

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  130. I don't know how my grandmother and grandfather met and I'd love to visit that time to see how that happened and see what she was like and ask her questions about her childhood. She was born in Russia as her family traveled to America from Germany. How very interesting that would be.

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  131. I follow FQS in every way possible and love Tula fabric!!

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  132. Not sure a throwback.... I'd rather go to the future Star Trek time! But a time period when there was lots of hand quilting done so I could learn from the best!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  133. I follow Fat Quarter Shop blog
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  134. I would like to go back for one day when my kids were baby's. The only problem, the sleepless nights 😊 I am fine just now. Thanks for the chance!

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  135. I never met either of my grandfathers so going back about 40 years to meet both of them would be pretty cool.

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  136. I follow FQS on all social media

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  137. I just was introduced to Fat Quarter shop and will follow on Facebook

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  138. I would go back to the 80s. The era of bad taste and I was in my teens, early 20s. Love Tula Pink. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  139. I'd go back to the 40's. I love the clothing styles, music, etc., It probably wouldn't be as great as it seems, but I do love that era in the movies.

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  140. I'd like to visit the 50's. The clothes and music are awesome.

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  141. I'd like to go back to the late 1800's to meet great grandparents get dressed up in those long Victorian dresses.

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  142. I am signed up for the FQ newsletter.

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  143. That's tough--I think I'd like to travel through time from the beginning and not have to go back to any one time for too long, but I'd kind of like to see parts of them all. Hmmm I sense a lack of focus. :)

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  144. My first Tula Pink. Thank you! I would visit the pioneer days.

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  145. I guess the late fifties before the world went crazy, rock and roll was a fun time.Great movies. My parents were alive!

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  146. I follow FQS shop. Love their fast shipping great shopping online.

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  147. I would go back to the sixties and I follow FQS

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  148. I would go back to the sixties and I follow FQS

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  149. I think I would go back to the 70's -60's - such a time for elf discovery, discovery of crafts, quilting sewing, etc., kind of back to simple living. Thanks.

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  150. I'm a follower of FQS - thanks.

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  151. I'd love the swingin'60s - the architecture, fashion and style of Palm Springs in particular fascinates me.

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  152. I follow FQS on Instagram, Facebook, and their newsletter too - I'd hate to miss out on something!

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  153. Roaring 20's. Love my flapper girl hats:)
    Thank you!

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

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  154. I would go back to the eighteenth century, but only temporarily. I sew clothing from that era from time to time so could look reasonably appropriate and I'd love to see how they really did some things.

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  155. Love Fat Quarter Shop's You Tube channel.
    I just finished the "Layer Cake Crumble" quilt top. So easy:)

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

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  156. I would love to visit the 1940's. Only because I love the clothing from that time period!

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  157. I would choose the eighties!

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  158. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by newsletter and on Instagram.

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  159. I am now following FQS on Facebook. Great give away!!! Thank you

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  160. I am so drawn to the early 1900's - my taste in furniture, lamp fixtures, fashions, etc. So 1900 here I come!

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  161. Follow Fat Quarter Shop by email and on FB

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  162. I follow FQS everywhere. Seriously. And I placed an order on Sunday. :-)

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  163. The throwback question is a tough one, but the first thing I thought of is that I would like to go back to when I was a kid in the 60s and early 70s. It seems so idyllic now, but that was probably because I was a kid!

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  164. Wow, that's a good question! There are so many eras I would love to visit, but perhaps the swing era (40s) would be my first choice!

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  165. I follow FQS's blog, get their newsletter and like them on Facebook.

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  166. I'd like to go back to my teens. Do I get a do-over?

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  167. I like the Fat Quarter Shop on FB.

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  168. I would like to revisit the early 60's. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  169. I get Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter and follow their blog. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  170. 1880s in Manchester England but only if I stay for a short visit and get to bring back Edmund Potter fabric conversationals (and any of the other printers ones if I could find them!)

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  171. I follow FQS via email and on Facebook

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  172. I follow FQS on facebook, blog, newsletter.

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  173. I'd like to visit the 1920's.

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  174. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on YouTube.

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  175. I'm not sure I want to throwback time ... I'm happy where I am and while other time periods intrigue me, I'm learning that things and people essentially stay the same.

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  176. I follow the FQS blog via Feedly and get the email newsletter =) Thanks!

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  177. what hat an interesting topic. I'd love to go back to the 1950's.

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  178. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram.

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  179. I would like to go back when my boys were little so I could hold and snuggle with them again. I came across a picture of them when they were very young and felt the need.

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  180. I would like to experience the 60s and 70s again. Nice fabrics.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  181. I would love to go back to the day before my father passed away so I could tell him one more time how much I love him.

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  182. I follow FQS on FB, thanks for the chance to win.

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  183. I'd like to revisit the 70s. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  184. I follow FQS on FB and get their emails. grinnie1961 at g mail dot com

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  185. I am happy with our current time period. I like the conveniences we have now.

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

Melissa