Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!    Let's have some fun!!!

But  before we get to today's giveaways . . . First,  we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!   The winner of the Modernist Layer Cake from  Fabric Please!  is . . . Number #29. . . Congrats Barbara Woods!!!!! I have emailed you :)    
  


So on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Happy Quilting.   I was just recently sent a copy of Weekend Quilting by Jemima Flendt.  This was such a fun book to go through.  It is so perfect for beginners, teaching you the basics of piecing HST, Flying Geese, Pinwheels, and Equilateral Triangles.  And then it also teaching you some basic techniques including English Paper Piecing, Applique, and Foundation Paper Piecing.   And the nice thing is that all of the projects in the book are Mini's or small quilts, so you really can learn a skill and finish a project in the weekend.  Such a great way to start without getting overwhelmed.   And as you can see from the cover , the projects are all just so fantastic!!!




And for Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway I just happen to have a copy of Weekend Quilting for 1 lucky winner!!!   Cross your fingers that you get super lucky so you can add this  to your book collection.  



 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 quilting you did this weekend??

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Happy Quilting love. You can follow Happy Quilting on BloglovinEmail Updates, or RSS to get daily updates.  Or you can like Happy Quilting on InstagramFacebookPinterestTwitter or Flickr  Any one way will do . . . Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Happy Quilting Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, May 23rd, 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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273 comments:

  1. I finished up an Amethyst Project Bag by Sew Sweetness.

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  2. I finished a baby quilt top, still needs to be quilted and bound.

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  3. I follow you on Instagram and liked your post. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. I finished number 9 quilt block and cut out number 10 of a really cute 15" house blocks. Fabric is prairie type some civil war.

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  5. I follow you on bloglovin and now on Facebook. That book sounds like hours of fun!

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  6. I worked on a Christmas quilt I've had in WIP pile and made a scrappy postage stamp block.

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  7. I follow you on Instagram! :)

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  8. I finished up a simple layer cake quilt top.

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  9. Sorry to say that no quilting happened this past weekend. Between a high school open house, graduation ceremony, soccer, and Mother's Day, the weekend was full up! But watch me quilt this week! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. I worked on a mini quilt which is going to be a gift.

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  11. I worked on a few projects this past weekend:a table runner for a friend's birthday, with jelly roll on one side and flying geese on the other; put binding on a mini quilt, and cut out a tote bag. This looks like a great book!

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  12. I have been working on quilting a king size quilt - it is going to take a few weekends to get finished!

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  13. I am currently working on a Tshirt quilt for a sweet young lady made from her pageant shirts!!

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  14. I follow you on Instagram and I will be adding you to my Bloglovin read list!!
    Visit my blog sometime:
    Vintagebloomsquiltdesigns.blogspot.com

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  15. Oh man, it was one of those weeks. I was trying to finish up a QAL project before I go on vacation, and it was nothing but three steps forward and two steps back. Finally got it right last night.

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  16. I am working on a wedding quilt for my niece, so this weekend I was assembling the blocks into rows. ajdepue2@gmail.com

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  17. This weekend I worked on my chicken quilt, a flower appliqué and some eggs I sewed. Almost finished now this quilttop. Kind regards, Conny

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  18. An English paper-pieced flower was the extent of the quilting this past weekend.

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  19. I follow Happy Quilting on Feedly.

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  20. Worked on a BOM from my local quilt store.

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  21. I just moved so I'm setting up my new sewing room; does this count?

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  22. I follow Happy Quilting via Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway -- fingers crossed!

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  23. I am working on a string quilt of sorts - using my collection of summersville at last!

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  24. another faithful follower via bloglovin

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  25. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN'+FB !
    THANK YOU!

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  26. Piecing a new pink Baby Charity Quilt! So cute! Thanks for sharing a neat giveaway!!!

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  27. I made the May block for the Children's Library quilt along from Pat Sloan and worked on some hand Quilting.

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  28. I follow Happy Quilting on Facebook.

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  29. I worked on a quilt for my husband. Airplanes, you know.

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  30. Unfortunately none as we were readying our summer home.

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  31. I'm making a baby quilt for a new nephew!

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  32. I had the best weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, I touched, ironed and refolded every piece of fabric I have. I cut and reorganized all my scraps on Sunday because all my girls bought me a TON of clear plastic containers, for Mothers Day.

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  33. I finished machine quilting a baby quilt for my new great nephew that is due any day!

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  34. I accomplished nothing as I had my grandkids here!

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  35. this last weekend no quilting. this coming weekend, continuing on a baby quilt for a soon to be new great niece

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  36. I bought fabric for my new baby's quilt, but I haven't actually done any sewing yet...

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  37. I follow you on email and bloglovin

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  38. Caught up on my Gathering Mystery QAL from Cora's Quilts-Yea!

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  39. I worked on a mini quilt swap project

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  40. I follow you on Facebook and Instagram

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  41. Working on a bed quilt for my mom using some gorgeous Horizon fabric!

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  42. thank you for pulling my name. working on my vintage farm girl quilt

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  43. I finished doing a pattern test for a designer!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  44. I follow your blog!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  45. I made a lot of onesie dresses 13 to be exact and 4 scrappy Christmas stockings. :)

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  46. I follow you via e-mail, and Instagram.

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  47. This weekend I worked a little more on my raggedy flannel quilt!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  48. I follow by email. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  49. I am following Happy Quilting on Instagram.

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  50. I worked on a scrappy prayer flag project.

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  51. I cleaned up my sewing space! And in so doing, I organized several projects to work on this week.

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  52. I was super productive! I got all my strip sets sewn & cut for an Irish Chain,then i cut out and began sewing on 2 baby quilts for a niece & nephew.

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  53. I follow you via email (wordygirl at earthlink dot net).

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  54. I made two quilt tops for Lutheran World Relief.

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  55. I follow Happy Quilting on Facebook.

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  56. I'm working on finishing Dandy Flower.

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  57. I follow you on Bloglovin and Facebook!

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  58. On the weekend I made some butterflies from the Dandy QAL. I also made some large "feathers" for a charity quilt for an association who houses and teaches life skills to at risk youth in our community. Each youth is given a quilt when they finish the program.

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  59. I didn't do any quilting but did work on my fabric organization a bit. Still have a long way to go to get it neat and organized!

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  60. I helped a friend assemble the blocks for her quilt, and finished cutting the fabric for my Fireworks quilt.

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  61. I finished my 2 totes for Sadies Dream for a Cure Sew Along sponsored by @nightquilter and @thequiltersplanner.

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  62. I worked on my Mystery BOM from my LQS and also my club's raffle quilt.

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  63. I am working on Amy Smarts Basket Weave pattern using Little Ruby. Love it!! Its a pattern on Craftsy.

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  64. I get your emails, and if I don't get one for a particular day, I visit yoru website-have it bookmarked for easy access. I enjoy your enthusiasm, the items you share and well yes TUESDAYS and the giveaways-even if I have yet to win. 8-)

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  65. I'm in the process of moving my "buried-under-a-mountain-of-stuff" sewing machine into a dedicated space (my daughter-who-just-moved-out's room) so I'll be sewing in a few days!

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  66. Last weekend, I finished piecing the last two blocks for a Paddlewheel scrap quilt, and laid it all out on the floor : )

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  67. I follow you email, FB, IG, etc

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  68. I worked on my Dresden plate of 30s fabric this weekend. Loved sitting and handquilting.

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  69. I follow Happy Quilting on Bloglovin

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  70. Over the weekend I finished a quilt that I was testing a pattern for an on line friend. Then I went back to my UFO pile to continue quilting a king size quilt I have been working on my Janome domestic machine that will be for my sister out law when finished. When frustration levels got too high, I started sorting fabrics from my stash for the next 2 quilts I have been dieting to make!

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  71. I follow you on Blogloving, Facebook and get your email updates. In other words, I never want to miss a post!

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  72. I started putting binding on a queen size Orange Peel quilt. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  73. I follow via a Bloglovin. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  74. I just began following some of your Pinterest boards. Thank you for all the ideas you share!

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  75. I was out of state and found a yard sale that had a lot of orphan blocks from the early 1900's AND my hubby got me a hand cranked Singer sewing machine! I wonder how a person sewed while turning the handle or a child was delegated that job. Any way, I still have to decide how to use these blocks

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  76. This weekend was quilting free......but had lots of family love (which totally makes up for it)!!!!!!

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  77. I finished piecing a quilt that I had started several months ago. Now to quilt it!

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  78. I worked on binding a quilt for my son this weekend. Thanks for offering the book! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  79. I've been working on a scrappy string quilt for my guild challenge. Finally hit block 100. Only 42 blocks to go for a king size for the guest room!

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  80. No quilting for me this weekend. I went to visit my mom, but I did just finish a sawtooth star quilt top with Anne of Green Gables fabric for a gift! Now on to quilting it...

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  81. I love that cover quilt! Thanks for the chance to win. I worked on a charity quilt and on 'Down the Rabbit Hole' BOM by Sarah Fielke.

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  82. I am quilting a twin size quilt for my 9 year old son. Pieced in Sweetwater Varsity.

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  83. I follow you on IG and I get the email updates

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  84. I started the quilting on a wedding gift quilt!

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  85. I 'liked' Happy Quilting on Facebook

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  86. I was putting the binding on a veteran's quilt. I'm doing the same today on a second quilt for a veteran. I used scrappy blues, red and yellows and they are both so bright and happy.

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  87. I sewed the binding on my son's graduation quilt. Now it's time to start one for his younger brother.

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  88. I didn't do any quilting this weekend. I'm in the process of cleaning out my craft room.

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  89. I follow your blog and Facebook.

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  90. Always happy to have a new quilting book. 😘

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  91. I am taking a short break from quilts to make bags. I did one that fits on the wheeled suitcase with a sleeve. It can be used as carry on. It's padded and the straps are sewn down the sides for holding lots of weight if needed. It was nice to finish in a day or two. I'm not that quick with my quilts. A great weekend project!

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  92. I follow you on Feedly. Thanks for sharing!

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  93. I didn't do any quilting this past weekend. I was working on other projects.

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  94. I didn't get to quilt, but I did put out serveral hot spots in my sewing area so I can get going on projects quicker when I can steal a moment or two this week =)

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  95. I am binding a quilt and I finally started a swoon quilt!

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  96. I follow Happy Quilting via Feedly and Instagram. Thanks!

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  97. I got caught up with Maureen Cracknell's Sew Along this past weekend. It is so fun, Melissa. Similar to your QALs but not as deep each week. Probably because it takes 25 weeks rather than just 6 to complete the quilt top!

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  98. This weekend I quilted a tablerunner.

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  99. This weekend I did some catch up on blocks for Pat Sloan's Solstice Challenge. Being sick for 3 weeks put me even farther behind than I was.

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  100. And I follow you several places, get the e-mail notices, and have "liked" you on facebook. Love your posts.

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  101. I finished up 4 tablerunners for Mother's Day for my 2 daughters and 2 daughters-in-law! Just in time. Whew!

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  102. I follow your blog and get your emails.

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  103. i finished up a flimsy quilt for charity. I follow email, blog and Facebook.

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  104. There has been no quilting in my house for the last week as my sewing machine is at the shop😞

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  105. I finished a wedding gift that I had been working on for a couple months.

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  106. My weekend quilting was spent trying to finish up a graduation quilt. It is taking much longer than anticipated. I hope I am not the only one that happens to. 😉

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  107. I follow on Facebook.

    My daughter and I just came across this book in a magazine. Her and I are excited to get our hands on it.

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  108. I sewed a couple of 100 days 100 blocks for the sewalong and worked a little on my makedo log cabin blocks.

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  109. I sewed on a binding and worked on my Lucy Boston Crosses:)

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  110. I follow you on Bloglovin:)

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  111. I did no quilting but I bought fabric, does that count?!?

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  112. I worked on a baby quilt this weekend

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  113. I am working on a Tumbling charms quilt. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  114. I get your email letters and follow you of FB. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  115. Last weekend I worked on both my BOM's: Bringing Home The Tree and Bee Inspired. I am trying to keep up with them so I don't get too far behind!
    The Weekend Quilting book looks interesting......
    Thanks, nettiecrain@live.com

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  116. I finished the binding on a quilt, picked out a pattern for a QOV quilt and cleaned enough so I could start on it tomorrow. I follow you by email and really enjoy your blog. Thanks for the chance to win. Barb

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  117. I follow Happy Quilting via email and LOVE it!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  118. I finished up my 3 D Cubes quilt and worked on a Jo Morton mini quilt.

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  119. I love to follow Happy Quilting through my email.

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  120. I started a string quilt, my first one.

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  121. Sadly, I got no quilting done this weekend :(

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  122. I follow by email and on IG.

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  123. I didn't do any quilting this past weekend - I know, can hardly believe it myself! I did work on cleaning and organizing my sewing (dining) room though, and it really looks so much better.

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  124. I follow Happy Quilting via Bloglovin'.

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  125. I didn't do any! moved my mom! :) This book looks amazing! Thank You!, Melissa!

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  126. Didn't get to sew at all! 😕 We worked in the garden and went out on our boat!

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  127. Following you on Facebook, Instagram and by email..

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  128. Unfortunately, no quilting happened here...just moved and still unpacking. I always manage to read some blogs though! Itching to get back to quilting!

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  129. I made two quilted mug rugs!

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  130. This weekend I worked on quilts for my twin grandsons. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  131. I follow Happy Quilting by email. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  132. This weekend I completed Mug Rags on my new sewing machine for Mother's day gifts.

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  133. I follow you on Blogs and Web

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  134. No quilting for me this weekend! I hope I am still in the running to win! I would love to have a copy of this book. I would love to make the quilt on the cover!

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  135. I follow Happy Quilting on Instagram and receive email updates.

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  136. Last weekend, I didn't have much time to sew, but I did sew up a block design using a few scrappy rail blocks. I'm letting the look ferment with me as I'm not sure I like it. I enjoyed the process though!

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  137. I follow your blog, Melissa, on Bloglovin and also on IG!

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  138. I follow you by email. Pgramling22@comcast.net

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  139. This weekend I worked on an English paper piecing project while traveling.

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  140. What a great book for your giveaway! I'm sewing the binding down on a twin size quilt! Can't wait to have a finish!!!

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  141. Love getting your email updates!

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  142. Saturday morning my walking foot broke, which limited the quilting I could accomplish. However, I had several sets of baby shower gifts that I worked on (several baskets, travel changing pads, burp cloths, bibs, etc). And my walking foot was sent priority mail by a Baby Lock store so I received it on Monday....I am back in business again!

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  143. Absolutely none, and it's killing me. Getting ready for Granddaughter's birthday here for three days.

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  144. I finished quilting a quilt top that a friends Mom had made. She asked me to quilt it for her. I impressed myself!

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  145. I finished up some blocks for an ongoing project. They will go on the border, and when I got finished I figured out I had miscalculated and need yet again the same amount I just finished. Back to the cutting board!

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  146. I follow Happy Quilting via Bloglovin

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  147. I actually did no quilting this weekend, except to rip off a label that had gotten ruined when I washed the quilt and some red fabric bled onto the label and made it dingy. The print faded as well. :( So I am having an embroidered label made. It should get here this week. :)

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  148. I follow you via bloglovin' and email. :)

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  149. I follow Happy Quilting by email updates, as well as on Instagram.

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  150. I work at my LQS, so no quilting over the weekend. However, my daughter is learning how to piece quilts, and this book would be a great resource for her.

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  151. It was a wonderful Mother's Day the whole weekend for me, visiting my kids n my mother. In between times I worked on a quilt on the binding, hand sewing it while watching the news!

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  152. I'm working on the 100 blocks-100 days challenge on Instagram. So far I am keeping up. :-)

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  153. I got happy quilting on bloglovin. . happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  154. I worked on a baby blanket...love quilting them... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  155. I got happy quilting on bloglovin. . happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  156. No quilting got done this weekend :( but I spent time with the fam :)

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  157. I followed Happy Quilting on instagram

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  158. I didn't actually work on quilting this weekend, but I did get some awesome new sewing notions for Mother's Day :)

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  159. My quilt was at a friend's house being quilted over the weekend. I got it back today, and I'll be binding it this week. My four is excited to have it on her bed soon.

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  160. I also followed you on Facebook. 😀

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  161. I am quilting charity quilts. Lots of them. I am behind.

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  162. I didn't get to,quilt went camping wit grandkids

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  163. I didn't quilt as we had all of the family around, but I am slowly working on an EPP quilt. Thanks for a lovely giveaway. x

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  164. I finished a quilt for a special teacher!!!

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  165. I follow you on Instagram and Bloglovin

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  166. This weekend being Mother's Day, I didn't have a chance to do any quilting, but I did make three quilt tops and applied the binding to seven quilts last week.

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  167. I finished a skinny wall hanging for my son's apartment.

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  168. I follow you on Instagram and blog.

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  170. I spent my time catching up on the "Freedom Bound" BOM blocks from the last 4 months. I had resent neck surgery and just now starting feeling like I could cut the fabrics without pain. Thank you for the giveaway!
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  171. I just started handquilting my collection quilt. Love it!
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  172. I happily follow you via email!
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  173. I am hand-piecing a pickle dish with vintage feed sacks and loving it.

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  174. I follow you in a multitude of ways including Bloglovin.

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  175. I follow your blog and enjoy it. I was able to sew on my new long arm this weekend with some new ruler I ordered. Fun!

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

Melissa