Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway - Welcome Fabric Please!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day and today is a special TTGD because we are also welcoming a new sponsor to Happy Quilting!!!! So let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!   The winner of the Vintage Picnic Layer Cake from  Shabby Fabrics is . . .   Number # 452. . . Congrats Aleta!!!   I have emailed you :) 
      

   



  
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fabric Please! , a brand new sponsor here at Happy Quilting!!!    I asked Rita to send me a little intro to her shop so I could share it with all of you ;)   So here's all about Fabric Please! . . . 





Rita opened her online shop in February 2014 and has been loving every second of it!  She tries to blend the modern convenience of online shopping with old fashioned service and values.  Every online order is wrapped in brown paper and tied with string.  There’s also a little “something for nothing” with each online order in the way of a free Fat Quarter, mini-spool of Aurifil thread or sewing notion.  It’s her way of saying “THANKS”!  She believes every customer is the most important customer.  She uses the fabrics she sells so she knows how they feel, how they wash and how they stand up to everyday wear. Her tastes are eclectic so she has e a wide variety to choose from.  Hopefully, you will find something you just have to have!



The first thing you will most likely notice from above is that Fabric Please! is located in Canada!!!  Growing up visiting my Grandparents in Calgary Canada, makes it a special place in my heart, so I was super excited to get to work with Rita ;)     And for my Canadian friends that means shipping is only $8.00!!!   And for my US Friends, never fear, shipping is only $15.00 to you, and the prices listed are Canadian, so you get to take in the exchange rate as well :)   So Come On In and check out Fabric Please!



 Fabric Please!  has all of your quilting needs.  They carry lots of different designers and even have a designer search option.    Your find beautiful pre-cuts and bundles and of course, lots and lots of quilting yardage  (gotta love those Canadian Maple Leaves :)   And Rita carries some awesome widebacks as well, because sometimes you just don't want to piece the back of the quilt as well :)  And don't forget the  Aurifil threads , and  basic notions, to go along with all of that yummy fabric!!! 



     



And along with carrying lots of wonderful modern and contemporary quilting fabrics, Fabric Please! also carries gorgeous knits, as well as lovely home decor and apparel fabric!!!  So now matter what project you have in mind, you will find just what you are looking for ;)  


  


And of course, you don't want to forget to check out the Sale Section!!!  You will find lots of wonderful fabric goodness here at slashed prices!!  




And now that we know a bit more about Fabric Please! . . . Let's have the Giveaway!!!  Rita has put together this gorgeous  custom Christmas Bundle for one lucky reader!!! It's totally time to start thinking about your handmade holiday's sewing list ;)  




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/if  you have planned for your handmade holiday's this year :)

 ENTRY 2 - Let's welcome Fabric Please! with lots of Love!!!!   You can Sign Up for their Newsletter (on the right hand side :)  You can follow them on  FacebookTwitterPinterest, or Instagram.  Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Fabric Please! Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, November 8th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck, Welcome to Fabric Please! and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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239 comments:

  1. I am planning to weave some items as gifts this year.

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  2. I'm quilting kitchen accessories as gifts this year.

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  3. I went to Fabric Please! Loved their stuff but especially the Canadian designers and Canadian-inspired designs. Like you, Melissa, my grandparents lived in Canada, in Ottawa and I spent two weeks of almost every summer visiting. The Chinese population has really grown in Ottawa, but when I was a kid, Chinatown was only a block long. Now, new Chinatowns are sprouting in the nearby suburbs.

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  4. Thank you, Melissa, for the wonderful post. Good luck to everyone, I wish I could give them all a prize!

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  5. I plan to FIND the candycane blocks I sewed last year & make them into a finished quilt. lol

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  6. Oh, my visit to their store led me to the Songbird line coming in in January 2017. Oh, I've got a thing for bird fabric big time, lol.

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  7. I have finished a tablerunner, a wall-hanging, and three purses...still have a bit of a list to tackle, though!

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  8. I have several quilts ready for gift giving this year!

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  9. They have a nice selection of text prints! Nice shop!

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  10. I'm thinking of doing some Christmas placemats this year.

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  11. We decided as a family to have a 'handmad orsecondhand' gift exchange. Fun!

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  12. I still want to make Oven Hot Pads for Christmas Gifts this year!

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  13. I just recently found the Fabric Please site and was absolutely delighted that it was not only in Canada, but in my own province! Love the Flat Fee - and that they already had the special 150th Canada Day Fabric available! I follow them through Newsletter and their blog - 'Pin Pricked' through bloglovin!

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  14. I've become a Christmas quilt junkie! One quilt is ready for binding, the layout on #2 is up on the wall, and the pinwheel scraps from leftovers of #2 are half done with sashing. Be My Neighbor in Christmas fabrics is next!

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  15. Like to make some quilted hot bowl holders, but don't know if I will have time.

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  16. Not much holiday sewing this year, just a couple of pillow cases and a teacher gift.

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  17. ohhhhh ... that looks like the beautiful bundle Rita put together for me a few weeks ago ... I'm doing a mystery mini and would love some additional fabric. Love Fabric Please! Support Canadian shops.

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  18. The local church has their boutique this weekend. I usually buy holiday items there

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  19. I would like to make cushions. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I signed up for their newsletter

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  21. I don't have any plans yet. Maybe some placemats.

    paula.louceiro@yahoo.com.br

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  22. I have making gifts for nieces and nephews. I hope to make a tree skirt, but doesn't look like it's going to happen this year.

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  23. I followed Fabric Please! on Facebook and Instagram.

    paula.louceiro@yahoo.com.br

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  24. I still have a tree skirt to make for my sister. These fabrics would be perfect. Thanks!

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  25. Just bought a Silhouette Cameo to cut applique shapes and I'm dying to make an applique quilt, I even have the pattern, just need this lovely Christmas fabric! :)

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  26. I visited their shop and would like to purchase some Tim Holtz, Correspondence. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  27. I have picked out some pouches to sew for the holidays. However, my sewing machine has just been dropped off for service, so I have other things to cut, etc until I get it back!

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  28. Silly as it sounds, I am making baked potato bags for my daughter and granddaughter.

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  29. going to try to make 6 quilts for Christmas for my kids

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  30. No plans as of yet. I'm getting a late start.

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  31. Potholders as gifts..welcome Fabric Pleade

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  32. I need to get some quilting in for this years holidays.

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  33. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook.

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  34. I am planning to give some quilted kitchen accessories this year.

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  35. I am making several quilts for family members this year. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  36. I have been sewing like crazy for Christmas. 2 baby quilts, one is 50x50, the other is twin size. 3 pillows, 4 place mats, 1 tea cozy, 4 burp cloths, 2 flying squirrels, 6 microwave hot pads. whewww

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  37. I follow Fabric Please on Instagram.

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  38. I follow Fabric Please on Instagram.

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  39. I will be doing some handmade paper pieced ornaments and hopefully finishing Lori Holts cozy Christmas quilt.

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  40. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook, and love that it's a Canadian company!

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  41. Possibly 2 Christmas table runners as gifts.

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  42. For my holiday hand made I am making placemats. A set of Advent placemats for us, Christmas placemats for Meals on Wheels, and as many as .i can get finished for gifts.

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  43. I'm already in Christmas Panic Mode! lol I have GOT to STOP adding projects!

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  44. I'm not planning any holiday handmade's. I make for my family and friends all year.

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  45. I have to finish my Christmas stockings...that I started last year...shhh!!

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  46. Hope to get the Intrepid Thread QAL finished, then, PJs? bathrobes? THanks.

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  47. I'm thinking of making straightener/curling iron travel cases. I love mine and we've got lots of girls in the family

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  48. I subscribed to newsletter, follow on pinterest and instagram.

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  49. We made Jam for our local neighbors. Yeah, I know, not sewing or quilting, but still handmade. For family, I am making Christmas Table Runners. I live far away from my family, so I like to send them something Holiday Themed each year. I mail it the Monday BEFORE Thanksgiving so they will receive it in time to use it this year. I think they enjoy it. No one has complained yet! ;) Thanks for hosting the giveaway. Utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  50. Love the Cactus color way in the Parson Gray "Shaman" collection......
    Peyote Moon, Visionary ...well the whole collection. Thank you.

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

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  51. My besties will get a handmade quilted bag. CUtting accomplished thus far:) Thank you.

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

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  52. I'm going to be making new curtains for the kitchen.

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  53. I am following Fabric Please FB page.

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  54. I like their great selection of word prints.

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  55. So far I have made embroidered coasters, six pieced cushion covers, tissue cases, and an appliquéd table runner, but still more to do! Thanks

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  56. I have a couple of embroideries that I plan to turn into pillows for my couch and will make a friend a small wall hanging. The rest will most likely be bought!

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  57. I am following Fabric Please on FB!

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  58. I don't have any holiday handmade items planned. I have several projects that I want to finish by year end though.

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  59. I follow Fabric Please on Instagram

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  60. I really should make new stockings.

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  61. I want to make some patchwork pillows for gifts this year.

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  62. I follow Fabric Please on Pinterest

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  63. For Christmas this year I am making a tree skirt for my sister, a stocking for my newest grandchild, & whatever else I can actually get done!!

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  64. I visited Fabric Please's shop, my favorite item is the Knightly & Norton patchwork fabric panel

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  65. I'm finishing a baby quilt for a friend. Took longer than I thought so I guess it will be a Christmas present. No other handmade gifts planned.

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  66. Always glad to learn about a Canadian on-line shop!
    I will be making a Christmas stocking for a new granddaughter and finishing up a snowman quilt I started last year. Also want to make some small quilted gifts (placemats, rug mugs, table runners) for family and friends. I had better get busy!

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  67. At least some hexie potholders for small gifts. Maybe some bigger quilty gifts.

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  68. I'm still in the thinking stages for handmade gifts, but I had better step up the process because I don't want to be in a panic mode!!

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  69. I signed up for their newsletter!

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  70. I am already signed up for the Fabric Please newsletter, and I follow Fabric Please via FB and IG.

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  71. I am thinking a wine bag or two, a few mug rugs and cushions. Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

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  72. I'm planning to make some holiday table toppers and place mats...haven't decided on any gifts yet.

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  73. I signed up for their newsletter and on Facebook. Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

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  74. I"m afraid I haven't planned anything yet, but I'm sure something new will be done!,,

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  75. I am making 2 quilts for Great Granddaughters and quilted ornaments for all family members.

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  76. I receive Rita's newsletter. She is great to buy from.

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  77. I have my travel sew kit all stocked up with mini charm packs and lots of paper piecing hexies cut out so I can sew while sitting around visiting with family

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  78. I followed Fabric Please on IG

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  79. I plan on sewing potholders with matching placemats for my gal friends.

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  80. I plan on making some cute ornaments for the family.

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  81. I am following Fabric Please on Pinterest.

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  82. Maybe this is the year I quilt and bind my Christmas Tree Pants? I am going to try to make pot handle covers and pixie baskets.

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  83. Small face wash cloths for removing eye make up, which believe it or not double nicely as saddle blankets for my horse-obsessed toddler.

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  84. I am planning on making the Fold and Stitch Wreaths for everyone and pot holders

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  85. I need to make my kids some clothes for Christmas. Why not? Maybe I will make myself some stuff as well. I need some new skirts.

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  86. I'm planning on making aprons for all my sisters!

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  87. Following Fabric Please on facebook

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  88. I am planning to make a full size quilt for my youngest daughter!

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  89. Working on an heirloom stocking in counted cross stitch for our grandson.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  90. I'm making quilted table runners - got two done so far and a bunch of zippy pouches and mug rugs!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. I'm planning to make my granddaughter a mermaid quilt for Christmas.

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  93. Oh Boy!!! Christmas, I am making 5 quilts for Grandsons & hubby for Christmas 3 down and 2 to go.

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  94. I am Canadian and happy to have another shop to order, oops, look at. I am following them on Facebook.

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  95. Follow Fabric please on FB and get Rita's newsletter.

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  96. I am making some home dec items for my daughter for her new place, some covered books and a small art quilt. Maybe more, who knows?

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  97. I'm making a few zippered pouchs for friends, a few holiday tablerunners for family, and a tshirt quilt for one of my sons. Hope I get it all finished in time 😃

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  98. I haven't planned to make much for my first sewing Christmas but I am making my 8 year old cat curtains for his bedroom, he is going to flip. haha

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  99. I am making a long table runner for my niece's harvest table and a smaller one for my sister-in-law. The socks for my daughter and son are just about done. Once those are done I will finish a quilt for my sister's 60th birthday. I would like to deliver it to her during the holidays since her birthday is in early January.

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  100. I follow Fabric Please on Twitter and Instagram, yay!
    Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  101. I receive Rita's blog posts and newsletters via email. I have had many happy experiences ordering from Fabric Please.

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  102. I plan to paper piece a small wall hanging for my daughter and try to make a pillow for two other family members. Thanks for the opportunity to win fabric!!

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  103. I signed up for the newsletter from Fabric Please!

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  104. I am planning on making a knitting project bag for my sister out of some coffee pots themed fabric.

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  105. I am tatting Christmas ornaments and making lap quilts for family members this year.

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  106. I liked Fabric Please on Facebook.

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  107. I follow Fabric Please! on insta (minse25)

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  108. I have liked fabric please on facebook and instagram

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  109. I just finished a quilt and now I am making dome thread catchers.

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  110. I follow Fabric Please! on Instagram

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  111. hi melissa...i visited fabric please and surfed around and thought that the panels were rather unique and i would like to try a couple of them as a beginning for a wall hanging or lap quilt. jecagain@gmail.com

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  112. melissa i am just about to complete my first christmas wall hanging for this year and i am looking forward to some primitive homespun ornaments. thanks for the generous give a way. janet jecagain@gmail.com

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  113. I am planning on finishing a quilt for my husband and making mug rugs for my sewing friends!

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  114. I tried to sign up for their newsletter and I don't know if it worked or not....

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  115. I have made my mom a holiday wallhanging for her door at the assisted living facility. I hope to make my nieces zipper pouches.

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  116. I get the newsletter and follow them on FB.

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  117. I'm making a new table runner for Christmas with HSTs that were given to me by a quilty friend!

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  118. What a nice shop with lots of variety. I thought the text print, Asami - Text, was waaay cool.

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  119. I am combining embroidery and quilting to make Christmas tea cosies this year - I use words from Christmas carols or Christmas songs on a band in the middle of the tea cosy, and have Christmas fabric above and below it - some are patchwork and other whole fabric. Having a lot of fun.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  120. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  121. Everyone is getting some type of cozy blanket!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  122. Signed up for Fabric Please!'s newsletter & follow them on facebook: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  123. I found "Astrid – Blix – Poppy" in their sale section and love it!

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  124. I have plans on making a quilt for my son for Christmas following the Quilter's Planner Scrappy Picnic Quilt pattern.

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  125. I have plans on making tree skirts for my sisters and some zipper bags! thanks!

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  126. I just bought some fabric today and I'm planning to make several pillows as gifts this holiday season. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  127. I love the shop - and had to look at the holiday fabric - I love CANTIK BATIKS – GEM STONES – WINTER SOLSTICE – 5″ STRIPS

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  128. I follow Fabric Please on IG. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  129. I'm making a quilt for my new grandson for Christmas.

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  130. I signed up for Fabric Please newsletter.

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  131. We don't exchange gifts anymore but I might make something special for my sister.

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  132. I visited the shop and I see Blue Barn by Laundry Basket.

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  133. I am planning on sewing up needle booklets for my sewing friends this year.

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  134. I have finished 1 table runner and planning 2 more and some homemade ornaments. I Love holiday quilting!

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  135. I loved seeing their website and the variety of fabrics. Thanks for introducing me!

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  136. I am making smaller projects- table runnets, aprons, zipper pouches and pillowcases.
    tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  137. I receive Fabric Please newsletter and follow them on Instagram
    Tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  138. I'm hoping to embroider some napkins and placemats this year.

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  139. I already like Rita's Facebook page and I get her newsletter.

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  140. Last year I made a Christmas quilt for all 6 grandchildren. This year I am making a Christmas quilt for each of our 3 children.

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  141. I've planned some quilted items. Now I have to see how much I can get finished!

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  142. I get the Fabric Please newsletter and I'm a customer.

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  143. I follow fabric please on all her social media as well as receive her newsletter/advertising. I started to purchase from Rita in just the first few months of her opening her shop. I am a big fan of her store.

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  144. Colorful hot pads are on my agenda!

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  145. For this Christmas season I have started a new tree skirt yay. As well as a wall hanging Christmas Tree that will have lights that be battery packed. The latter is a gift for my Mother who has been begging me to make one for quite some time now.

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  146. Must make some Christmas coasters and placemats this year!

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  147. I follow Fabric Please on Instagram!

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  148. I want to make some table toppers for gifts. tljeo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  149. I signed up for Fabric Please newsletter. tljeo(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  150. Following fabric please on instagram!

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  151. I have been working on three baby quilts. After they are finished,I will put binding on two quilts for Christmas gifts.

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  152. I am following "Fabric, Please" onfacebook and pinterest

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  153. I have 2 quilts I'm working on for Christmas gifts, with fabric I bought in Hawaii. I also plan to make some pillow cases for gifts.

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  154. I am making lots of tissue holders for everyone as stocking fillers, some will get pouches and decorations too. My husband also needs a new stocking. Thanks for a great giveaway. xx

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  155. I already follow Fabric Please! on Pinterest. x

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  156. I'm following on Facebook, I love their 150 Birthday of Canada. Especially because it's teal & red. Gotta get some . Went to their online page. Will follow on Instagram....

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  157. I'm planning on doing some Christmas table runners for my friends at work.

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  158. I have one quilt to make for Christmas, but I am not sure what else yet.

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  159. I follow Fabric Please already and have been dealing with Rita since she opened. Great shop, great service!

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  160. Following Fabric Please in Pinterest

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  161. I have made quilts for grandkids. Right now I am working on some cute table runners and small wall hangings. Just something cheerful that the kids will love.

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  162. For 40 years I've made ornaments for each of my children and family members, same thing this year! With the addition of a few quilts, hat/scarves and afghans, Christmas should be bright and happy!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  163. Following on Pinterest and Newsletter!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  164. finishing up 2 quilts right now, third started. hope I get them all done by the holidays.

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  165. I want to make a christmas sock for my girl and a new christmas tree skirt. And finish three swaps!!

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  166. For sewing gifts, I have a fleece hat, soft stuffed cars, & a diaper bag/changing pad clutch.
    The knitting is another story...

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  167. I'm working on stockings for my new son-in-laws and making a set of scrubs for my older daughter. I haven't seen a garment in many, many years so wish me luck!
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  168. I'm crocheting and hope to dig out my machine to sew also!

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  169. I already follow them on FB and signed up for email

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  170. I love how the Fabric Please website is organized and the groupings make it easy to find what you want. Love all the Tim Holtz fabric!
    cathylouwilson@gmail.com

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  171. I am planning to finish the Christmas quilt I started earlier this year.

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  172. I like the Shibori Fat Quarter bundle.

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  173. So many projects going, don't have time to do much for Christmas but get caught up.

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  174. I'll be making some bags for everyone from one of my tuotorials.

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  175. I like their collection of text fabrics.

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  176. I am working on a set of Christmas wall hangings - hopefully to be used this year if I get them finished. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  177. I receive the Fabric Please newsletter. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  178. I'm making a couple of tote bags for friends.

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  179. I follow Fabric Please, Rita, on Instagram. Also receive newsletter. Have also ordered. Great service with good shipping costs.

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  180. I will be gifting a stack of quilts at Christmas. Many of them are done, but still have a couple more to go.

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  181. I love that the Fabric Please shop has a whole category for text prints! Year of the Ninja -Ninja Number – Grey is super cute.

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  182. I've got all my names planned out - I just need the tone and energy now!

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  183. I will be doing coaster sets and table runners for gifts this year. And some super cute mini-stockings too.

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  184. I don't think I'm making anything for giveaway this year on Christmas. Maybe a couple of zipper bags. Too early to tell.

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  185. I'm making a quilt for my husband; depending on what kind of time that leaves me, I'm also planning on knitting lots of mittens, boot cuffs, etc. and may be sewing some totes... I always have big plans but Christmas really isn't that far off!

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

Melissa