Tuesday, May 9, 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 $20.00 Gift Certificate from  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop  is . . . Number #251. . . Congrats Diane Beavers!!!!! I have emailed you :)    


  


So on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fabric Please!   Fabric Please! has all of your quilting needs. You'll find beautiful pre-cuts and bundles and of course, lots and lots of quilting yardage.  And of course, you don't want to forget to check out the Sale Section!!! 





And for Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway there are some incredible fabrics up for grabs ;)   Fabric Please!  is giving one lucky reader a  Modernist Layer Cake by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit Fabrics :)  I mean, how fantastic are those prints and colors!!!


 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 modern convenience you couldn't live without :)

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Fabric Please! Love!!!!   You can Sign Up for their Newsletter (on the right hand side :)  You can follow them on  Facebook.  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, May 18th, 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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263 comments:

  1. I could not love with access to the internet! So much inspiration and help!!

    I follow Fabric Please on Facebook and Instagram.

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  2. Sidewalks. I know they're not too modern but this is the first house I've lived in that has side walks. I love to walk, so now I don't have to get out of the way for oncoming traffic. It also means anything I can drag to the sidewalk,the city takes it away! To me, that is an awesome convenience!

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  3. I could not manage without electricity!!!

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  4. I get their newsletter, follow them via FB too!!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  5. Couldn't do without my sewing machine! Thanks for the chance to win! Deb E / Oregon mdenders@msn.com

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  6. Love that Fabric Please! has everything nicely sorted with icons at the very beginning - much easier to navigate their website to what you're looking for. Thanks for the chance to win! Deb E / Oregon mdenders@msn.com

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  7. Hot water. We lived in China during the school year 2012-13 while we taught English to graduate students through the BYU China Teachers program. We lived in an apartment provided for us that would be best described as low class housing in the US. We had no hot water in the kitchen. In the bathroom, hot water was provided two hours in the morning and 4 hours in the evening. So, no sleeping in on Saturday and no staying up late and getting a hot/warm shower. Boiling water to wash dishes was cumbersome, to say the least. I still remember to thank Heavenly Father for hot water!

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  8. Definitely electricity I need power for my sewing machine unless someone would give me a trundle one those are just as efficient

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  9. Electricity. I wouldn't be able to use my sewing machine!

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  10. I follow Fabric Please! on FB.

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  11. FOLLOW FABRIC PLEASE ON FB!
    THANKS FOR A NEAT SHOP!

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  12. ELECTRICITY would be difficult to part with for us! Thank You+Fabric Please for a great giveaway!

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  13. Indoor plumbing! I could deal with having a manual sewing machine.

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  15. I would have to say electricity too.

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  16. I couldn't live without my Van, my dogs and I go everywhere in it.
    I would say my soft crates but not sure anyone would know what I am talking about, they are light and portable and a nice containment for my dogs at the agility trials-old crates where metal and HEAVY.

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  17. I wouldn't be able to live without my freezer, because ICE CREAM!

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  18. I couldn't live without my dishwasher, my husband!!!

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  19. Fabric Please has so many beautiful fabrics I couldn't pick just one!!!

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  20. These fabrics are GORGEOUS! I already have a pattern in mind. =)

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  21. I visited the shop and Cheeky Pumpkins – Witch Shoes is adorable!

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  22. Well, it's got to be my sewing machine. My Bernina 820 is awesome. If I had to go back to a treadle machine, I may never finish a quilt again! Thanks for the contest! utahoosier at yahoo dot com

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  23. hot water, just think how bad things would be with out it

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  24. follow them on facebook and get their newsletter

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  25. I agree with others. I love all the information on the internet.

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  26. I couldn't live without my sewing machine.

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  27. I receive Fabric Please's newsletter.

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  28. I could totally not survive without my cell phone!

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  29. Electicity. That runs just about everything.

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  30. Electricity--we appreciate it a lot more since we were without it for five days last summer after a storm.

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  31. Fabric Please has an awesome Tabby Road (by Tula Pink) fat quarter bundle!

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  32. I'm pretty sure I couldn't live without my coffee machine

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  33. Oh, there are so many. I guess I would have to say the washing machine. I'd hate to spend all day doing laundry. When would I quilt?

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  34. I've grown quite fond of my Kitchenaide mixer!

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  35. I visited Fabric Please and really like the Blue Barn Prints fat quarter bundle. The designs are gorgeous.

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  36. I follow Fabric Please on facebook.

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  37. Couldn't live without the internet any more.

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  38. I would say internet but I guess I could do without it. I don't like when the power goes out, so I say electricity! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  39. Signed up for the Fabric Please newsletter!

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  40. I subscribe to their newsletter. Have a great day!

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  41. I couldn't live without a washing machine. I remember the old wringer washer my mum used to use.

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  42. I like their organic knits. I can see making some kids' clothes with them. Thanks for the intro.

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  43. Living in the deep south, there are days when you walk out the door, your makeup runs, your clothes stick to you and no matter what you do to your hair, it turns into a frizzy puff. I absolutely could not live without AIR CONDITIONING.

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  44. Living in the south, I especially sppreciate my air conditioning! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  45. I have to say electricity as I like the modern conveniences of having a refrigerator and washing machine.

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  46. I couldn't live without air conditioning!

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  47. I receive Fabric Please' newsletter.

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  48. Love the nature themed fabrics they carry especially Songbird.

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  49. I have used the old fashioned outhouses and even just plain old nature. I would have a tough time not having a modern toilet. LOL

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  50. Absolutely electricity - couldn't run anything with it like sewing machine, a/c tv etc.

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  51. I couldn't live without the internet and I guess that means I would already have electricity!!!!!

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  52. I checked out the Fabric Please website and liked how easy it was to navigate. I went immediately to the Sale section and found Essential Linen at an incredible price with lots of color options. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  53. I signed up for their newsletter - thanks.

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  54. And I just signed up for Fabric Please's newsletter! Great shop and I love the fabric designers she carries!

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  55. my Planner! I couldn't keep up with my husband without it!

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  56. I could not live without Air Conditioning!

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  57. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  58. My rotary cutter!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  59. Already receive the Fabric Please! newsletter. Rita is the best!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  60. I have a lot! I will say my rotary cutter. :)

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  61. I receive their newsletter.

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  62. I'm going to say indoor plumbing. Ive lived without both running water and electricity before, and I'll take the water over the power everytime!!!

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  63. signed up for the newsletter...wow, I could drop some money over there!

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  64. I would have to say my sewing machine. I love it and like the fact that I can turn it on and it is ready to go.

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  65. Electricity...to power my sewing machine. Thank you.

    schimmel.db@gmail.com

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  66. The Color Play II quilt kit. Now that would add some pizzazz to any room and my complexion:)

    schimmel.db@gmail.com

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  67. Indoor plumbing is my "can't be without" modern convenience.

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  68. I found some great buys on Fabric Please's clearance section. I have to buy the In My Room Pillow Fort- Tan.

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  69. I love Fabric Please. I get Rita's newsletters and follow her on FB. She is so generous with giveaways, including the Canadian Quilters' Association Bigquiltbee!

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  70. My lawnmower and rototiller... I'd be lost (and so would my veggie garden!) without either!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  71. I follow by newsletter
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  72. Indoor plumbing! I have been places without it and I just am not suited to the outhouse lifestyle . . .

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  73. I follow Fabric Please on facebook

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  74. Signed up for their newsletter.

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  75. Internet- how else would I keep in touch with all those lovely quilting sites

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  76. I love all the sweet baby flannel fat quarter bundles at Fabricplease

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  77. Looks like they carry some of my favorite designers include Kate Spain.

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  78. My washing machine is a must! sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  79. I follow Fabric Please! on BlogLovin. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  80. I signed up for Fabric Please! newsletter. Thanks! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  81. I would not want to give up my Ninja coffee maker! Love it. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  82. I already receive the newsletter.

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  83. I like so many others have to go with electricity...it powers so many things we use daily...sewing machines, lights, washer, dryer, dishwasher, computer, and on and on.

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  84. I could not live without my refrigerator.

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  85. I follow Fabric Please on facebook.

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  86. I love how Fabric Please! has their website organized. The fact that they carry top quality fabrics is a plus!

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  87. I would have a tough time without my coffee pot.

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  88. Would never ever give up my rotary cutter!

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  89. signed up for Fabric Please's newsletter.

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  90. I couldn't live without electricity. OMG, I am such a sissy.

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  91. The internet! I really miss reading blogs when I have no internet.

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  92. I would be miserable without running water!

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  93. I would probably feel quite lost without a washing machine.
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  94. I love their selection of Carkai fabrics by CF! (and: I recently worked with Joel Dewberry fabrics, I also love those!)
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  95. In the sewing/quilting world I need my rotary cutter. It would be hard to cut charms, layer cakes & jelly rolls into quilt pieces with a scissor. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  96. I get the Fabric Please newsletter

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  97. I guess I too would say electricity, since without it so many other conveniences would not run. My very first thought was the internet but I can't get to the internet if my laptop or phone aren't charged! So electricity seems to be the root of all convenience!

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  98. I follow Fabric Please! on FB. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  99. I would say electricity is number one the internet would be number two

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  100. Frozen waffles! I can't imagine what my life would be like if I had to make breakfast every morning! allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  101. I couldn't do without air conditioning living here in Houston, Texas. I don't know how anyone lived here before!!

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  102. I'd hate to live with out a washing machine and electricity.

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  103. Electricity. I cannot imagine living without electricity. No, modern plumbing. Wait, air conditioning. Um, maybe my sewing machine. Heck, I'm spoiled!

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  104. I follow Fabric Please on FB!

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  105. Running water (especially hot water!!!) (I love a nice, long, hot shower-as a mother to littles it is a wonderful luxury!!!)

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  106. I follow fabric please on fb!

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  107. I have to go with running water!!!!

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  108. Even though I love the internet like so any others, I really appreciate my microwave. It makes all kitchen work so much easier!

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  109. One item I really like at Fabric Please! is Earthly Delights – Damask – Purple, So pretty!

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  110. My microwave. It really changed how I cook. Thanks.

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  111. Love the new Joel Dewbury line. If I don't win, I'll have to buy it. Thanks

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  112. I use the internet everyday. Can't live without it and a bunch of other stuff too!

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  113. Their Colorway II quilt kit sure is neat!

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  114. My phone, internet at my fingertips. Can't live without it!

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  115. I couldn't live without electricity!

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  116. Electricity. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  117. I would find it hard to live without airconditioning, at least where live now. After suffering a brain injury 22 years ago, I have severe heat intolerance and get migraine headaches if I get very hot. Here in the hot and humid south, it's very hard to make it in the summer for me, even with a/c.

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  118. I couldn't live without a car... sure changed the way we commute.

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  119. I love the sweet baby flannel fat quarter bundles in their shop! The green one is cute :)

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  120. Oh, we were just talking about this today at work! How timely! I think I could not live without the microwave. One of my co-workers said indoor plumbing and air conditioning. Those are biggies, too! :)

    Thanks for the fun give away!
    Sandy A

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  121. Does Amazon Prime count?! It surely feels like a life saver when I have a cranky toddler in the store! :)

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  122. I signed up for their newsletter!

    Sandy A

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  123. Oh, what a fun shop! I just love that Billet Doux Rose Lace fabric. Gorgeous!

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  124. Indoor plumbing is a must. Oh I love the fabric, I love modern! thank you

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  125. Toilet paper! Can you imagine the old wagon trains? Course if they had toilet paper the countryside would have looked terrible!!

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  126. So hard to pick one but electricity is at the top of my list

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  127. I follow Fabric Please on Instagram

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  128. I love the internet and all the ideas I get from it, n my sewing machine!

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  129. Love that bundle! As for modern convenience, so many to choose from but I'm going to have to say washing machine. As it is, I feel like I do 7,000 loads a week. I don't want to think about how I would clean clothes or the time it would take without my Maytag.

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  130. Signed up for Fabric Please!'s newsletter.

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  131. Indoor plumbing! Electricity comes in a close second.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. I visited Fabric Please and I really like the Hop Skip and a Jump bundle. :)

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  133. I would have a tough time living without the Internet!

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  134. I would have a lot of trouble adjusting to life without running hot and cold water.

    I love the following fabrics from FABRIC Please:
    WINTERLAND – SPARKLE – WHITE
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    WHISPERS – DOUBLE GAUZE BATIKS – TRELLIS – FEATHER

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  135. I couldn't live without electricity, which powers everything else that I couldn't live without!!!

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  136. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook :)

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  137. My "can't live without" modern convince....indoor flush toilet.

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  138. I visited Fabric Please and I'm in love with the Tabby Road layer cake (that's my new favorite pre-cut)

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  139. I live in Arizona so it has to be electricity for Air Conditioning!

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  140. The second modern convenience that I could not live without would be the cooking range I am not very excited about fire baking....LOL

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  141. Every winter, when we have power outages, I am reminded that I l-o-v-e electricity. I would have a very hard time living without that. Being able to turn on lights is so comforting, to begin with.

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  142. There's a lot to love at Fabric Please! I've got my eye on "Sparkle" by Natalie Barnes in black and white.

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  143. Where I live now, definitely could not live without air conditioning! In Houston, it gets so freaking hot.

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  144. No question electricity. Ours was out for 2 weeks after an ice storm. Life was miserable.

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  145. I follow Fabric Please on FB.

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  146. I really like the Modernist fabric that is being given away. The colors are great. Checking out the Fabric Please site, it is nice that they have home decor fabric as well since patterns for some bags call for home decor or duck. Nice to be able to coordinate right there on one site.

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  147. I would be able to but wouldn't want to live without my cellphone.

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  148. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook

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  149. A microwave! My mom and I were just talking about this yesterday. A lot of food would go to waste if I didn't have a microwave to reheat leftovers.

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  150. A computer is so important in my life that I'm not sure I could survive without it.

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  151. I love my laptop! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome fabric, and thanks for your lovely blog Melissa!

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  152. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook. Thanks again!

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  153. My cellphone of course... I write everything in it.

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  154. I signed up for their newsletter - always love to find new shops to check out!

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  155. An electronic sewing machine. Esp as I hate hand sewing

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  156. I couldn't live without electricity!

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  157. I like them on FB! Thanks for the chance!

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  158. I could live without most modern conveniences - but I wouldn't want to do that. I would have to choose the computer. The modern computer is a true marvel.

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  159. OOOh I love the INDIGO – KUNIKO – MIDNIGHT that they have in the Fabric Please shop.

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  160. Couldn't live without my embroidery machine!

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  161. Indoor plumbing.... really...... how did they do it?

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  162. Hmm... clothes washer. I've always been intrigued by the hand crank ones, but unless I'm on an island with the Professor and Maryanne, I'm not going to have one like that.... besides, the Professor will make one hooked up to a bike for the island :)

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  163. At this point in life, I would be lost without my sewing machine! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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

Melissa