Tuesday, June 20, 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 $50.00 Fat Quarter Shop Gift Certificate is . . . Number #289. . . Congrats Anne D!!!!! I have emailed you :)    


 


So on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop .    Did you know that Jamie makes a new Lou Lou Bundle every Tuesday . . . you so want to check these out!!!  Along with hosting the giveaway, Jamie is offering all Happy Quilting readers has a special discount of  20% off your purchase  with the code happyquilting good until Sunday!!! (excludes pre-orders, Lou Lou Bundle,  and items already on sale)  Oh, so much fun shopping!!!


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some Halloween goodness!!  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is offering one lucky reader a Hocus Pocus Jelly Roll by Sandy Gervais for Moda :)  How fun is that for Halloween!!!! 

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 a favorite Halloween tradition.  (I'm asking because we "accidentally" broke one this year and didn't carve pumpkins, oops ;)  

 ENTRY 2 - Lets show Lou Lou's Fabric Shop some Love!!!!   You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterPinterest, or Instagram.  Or you can follow their blog or  visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Lou Lou's Fabric Shop Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, November 7th 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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279 comments:

  1. I used black thread for some Dress a Girl Around the World Pillowcase dresses

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  2. I used red thread to topstitch around a fabric basket.

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  3. I used green and orange to quilt a child's charity quilt.

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  4. I followed them on Pinterest!

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  5. I follow on Pinterest and Instagram!

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  6. I used a bright orange for quilting a special quilt.

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  7. I follow everywhere, IG, Facebook, blog

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  8. I used a metallic red thread in a rope basket.

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  9. Following on IG. I'm @mcglen.

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  10. I used a green shade of Auriful to quilt some leaves!

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  11. I follow on Instagram and Pinterest

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  12. Binding with hunter green.

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  13. I used black sewing a Jinny Beyer quilt kit.

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  14. I used red thread last week to sew burp cloths for a baby shower gift.

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  15. I like LouLou's bundles. Great combinations.

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  16. I used navy to quilt a darker quilt

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  17. I have a very navy still loaded on the machine from attaching a navy binding to a quilt.

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  18. I visited the shop, and I LOVE last week's camping themed bundle.

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  19. Just used red & orange for some handquilting on a hexies project.

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  20. I used a bright blue to sew my son's lovey (a cute orange lion head with a bright blue little blanket body hanging off of it). He is three and he has been attached to it since he was 2 months old.

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  21. Light blue, medium blue, dark blue--mending jeans, jeans, jeans, . . . :(

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  22. Finishing a DWR, I used dark green to sew the binding on :-)

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  23. I visited Lou Lou's and am perusing their Fat Quarter bundles. Wow! Might have to do some pre-ordering too!

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  24. I used some blue denim thread to sew on a button. Glad to get those jeans out of the sewing room and back where they belong.

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  25. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.

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  26. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram

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  27. I used a dusty lavender for a baby quilt, but i ran out and still haven't gotten more to finish it. Arg.

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  28. I used red, blue, black and yellow on a quilt as you go hexie quilt.

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  29. I am quilting a quilt today using red thread 😊

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  30. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram

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  31. Pink! Baby girl quilt--did some wavy machine quilting with the pink. I love it.

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  32. I used navy thread to hem a pair of jeans yesterday. Thanks for the great giveaway Melissa and Lou Lou's!

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  33. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook. Thanks again!

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  34. Great minds thing alike, I actually just used Aurifil Blossom Pink to sew down the flange on a flange binding.

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  35. I have recently used a cherry red thread for a binding.

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  36. follow them on facebook, get their blog and their newsletter

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  37. Navy to applique on our specialty quilt.

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  38. FOLLOW ON FB !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  39. I used one of the Aurifil reds in the bobbin to match my red gingham backing on @Thimbleblossom Vintage mini quilt.

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  40. I follow Jamie on Instagram and showed even more love by making a purchase last week!

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  41. Hi,this must be the week for PINK!I'm working on a Baby Girl Charity Quilt in pinks+whites+using a lot of Aurifil 2425! Thanks for sharing!!! Have a nice day! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  42. Yellow to handquilt a Dresden Plate Lap quilt.

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  43. With a newborn baby I honestly haven't touched my sewing machine for a couple of months :( but I think the last coloured thread I used was orange, making my son a fox Teddy

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  44. I used a variegated blue this morning to finish quilting a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  45. I always visit the website. mesbsihigbie@gmail.com

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  46. I used some electric blue thread on the quilt blocks for the Captain America quilt I've been working on. --Andrea

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  47. I used a hot pink embroidery thread to machine applique a batic fabric to a white tone on tone background. It was in the shape of a watermelon slice and the fabric was shades of hot pink.

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  48. I'm using a dark red for a dress I'm sewing for my daughter.

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  49. I follow LouLou's on instagram.

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  50. I was doing some hand embroidery and used a soft gray.

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  51. I used a bright pink Aurifil thread to quilt wavy lines on a baby quilt. It was cute!

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  52. I follow Lou Lou's fabric shop on Instagram.

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  53. hi melissa...i used a beautiful teal for a wallhanging. thanks for the wonderful give-a way. janet jecagain@gmail.com

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  54. i always check their website as they have wonderful sale opportunities. have a good week. thanks for always making tuesdays TERRIFIC :) janet jecagain@gmail.com

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  55. I used a dusty blue for a hand applique project

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  56. I used orange for a fall table topper. Thanks! tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  57. I follow Lou Lou's on facebook.

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  58. I used a red thread to hem a dress for my daughter.

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  59. I used some navy thread for a blanket stitch edging on some orange peels. It contrasted beautifully!

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  60. I follow Lou's on Instagram. Such lovely eye candy!

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  61. I used a kiwi green thread to sew a pillow together

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  62. I love Lou Lou's Fabric Shop! I follow on IG

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  63. Navy thread. one of my husbands shirts lost a few buttons. navy buttons-navy thread. wearable again. :)

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  64. Lime Green thread, used for free motion quilting on a frog themed quilt. It came out so cute!
    dragonfly9716(at)gmail(dot)com

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  65. lol, I am a white thread or an Auril 2000 but I just finished quilting.a quilt with a rather bronze colored thread.

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  66. I used a medium lavender to hem my new pencil skirt I made.

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  67. I get lou lous emails. Just put in an order yesterday! Should of waited a day! My luck.

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  68. I'm piecing a pixilated portrait quilt top in mostly pinks, and using pink top and bobbin thread to do that!

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  69. I am making the large mondo bag. I used the mini charms, "Cheddar and Indigo". So I used a navy thread to do the trim and quilt the inside.

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  70. I am using bright orange, blue, yellow and red to embroider on a quilt top. Fun! Thanks for the giveaway! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  71. I used a pretty aqua to hand binding a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway! mmboss2007@yahoo.com

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  72. I follow LouLou's blog and on Instagram. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  73. I follow on Instagram and have ordered from Lou Lou's several times. Always happy with my order!

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  74. I used brown recently to sew the borders on a mini quilt.

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  75. I am following on Pinterest and Facebook. I just started looking at their fabric and realizing that I don't need to go shopping. They have what I need. schmitlin@elmore.rr.com

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  76. I repaired a red pair of capris, and used Christmas red thread.

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  77. I used purple and teal to make my niece a tote bag!

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  78. I follow Lou Lous on Instagram and thought I got notices thru email. I wish I could get notices of new lines around the first of the month or by the 10th, lol, when I have a little cash. Living on low social security gets tighter each month.

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  79. I used hot pink on a blanket for my granddaughter.

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  80. I follow Lou Lous fabric on instagram

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  81. Aurifil 2530 - Blossom Pink! I used to for the quilting on a pink quilt I made my niece, all PINK everything!!

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  82. I used boring old black to sew a button back on!!

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  83. I follow LouLous on IG and FB!

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  84. I follow them on instagram and facebook

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  85. I've recently used Aurifil (red) for piecing a hexie table topper for Christmas

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  86. PURPLE! I just made a purple quilt! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  87. It's been so long since I haven't used a neutral I don't remember

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  88. I used a teal/turquoise color to sew some binding onto a baby quilt

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  89. I already get Lou Lou's newsletter', & follow their blog.

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  90. I recently read on a blog that pale lemon yellow thread is perfect to use when quilting something with lots of colors of fabric so I tried it and, I liked it! I am signed up to get Lou Lou's newsletter.

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  91. I used pink for some hand stitching.

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  92. I used some purple thread on a quilt that had purple blocks. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  93. I follow Lou Lou's on FB. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  94. I used blue thread on a lap blanket. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  95. I follow Lou Lous by email. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  96. I used green to applique holly leaves on my Twelve Days of Christmas Wall Hanging.

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  97. I used bright yellow to make my daughter some PJs

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  98. I follow Lou Lou on facebook

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  99. I used dusty green to hem the dust ruffle on my future granddaughter's nursery set.

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  100. I used a bright red for a red, gray and black geometric quilt (in batiks).

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  101. I used orange for hoop art embroidery. It is a fall decoration so I liked it.

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  102. I used light teal for a fold and stitch wreath

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  103. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook.

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  104. I used an electric blue for hand quilting a baby quilt💙💙💙

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  105. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric on IG via @winkowl

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  106. I used yellow thread for a binding on an antique quilt. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  107. I made an orange and aqua potholder and used tangerine colored thread to quilt it.

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  108. I made some shorts for the granddaughters one needed blue thread and the other pink thread.

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  109. Love the Wistful Winds FQ bundle in Lou Lou's shop.

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  110. I used a connecting threads aqua for some free-motion quilting.

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  111. And I love the Howdy doll panels over at Lou Lou's fabric :-)

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  112. I just polished off a spool of bright lime green. I was doing some decorative stitching on a table runner. Turned out really cute.

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  113. Navy! Used it to quilt part of a quilt.

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  114. Used a rusty red yesterday to applique the nose on a snowman!
    basaran.family at rogers.com

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  115. I just used a dark blue to put binding on a quilt for my husband.

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  116. I mended my grandson's tag blanket which was fluorescent green.

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  117. I used a rusty orange thread to sew on the binding of a quilt made with Kaffe Fassett fabric

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  118. I used bright pink on a quilt I made for my granddaughter.

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  119. I'm following Lou Lou's on IG.

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  120. I used a variegated black/gray/white thread on a juvenile car/truck/bike quilt. I follow LouLou's on Instagram.

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  121. I used a variegated blue thread to stitch on the top of my binding in a curvy stitch my sewing machine can do - was a nice difference and really showed the edging. Thanks effect.

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  122. I used grey on black - a pillow i fixed! :)

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  123. I love gingham girls by Amy Smart in the shop! Such a nice summery fabric!

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  124. I've used royal blue and gold thread to quilt a quilt recently and then used those colors to put on binding

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  125. I used Aurifil Midnight to to applique on a quilt i just finished as well using it on the binding and some thread art areas. Its a beautiful blue.

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  126. Blue to patch my husband's jeans. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. I follow LouLou's on IG. Thanks!

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  128. I follow Lou Lou's on Fb and their newsletter. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  129. I have recently used red on a 57"x60" throw for a graduation gift for my granddaughter who will be graduating from the University of Alabama in August. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  130. I used pink to sew a binding on my quilt with a flang.

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  131. Last week I used a dark orange Aurifil on a zipper boxed pouch.

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  132. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram (@tilleybl)

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  133. I quilted a baby quilt on my machine and used brown.

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  134. I really like Lou Lou's Tuesday bundle of the week!!!

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  135. I follow them on Instagram.

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  136. I used a sulky variegated thread that was red,yellow, blue and green. I was rather brave and it worked! I once used a tweedy looking thread that was light and dark blue and it looked like I had tension problems! Ewww, it was truly awful!

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  137. I used navy to fix the hem on my husbands work pants.

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  138. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on FB.

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  139. I used red thread to quilt a red and white baby quilt.

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  140. I used brown thread to make a little dog sweater.

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  141. Christmas green thread to sew binding on some placemats.

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  142. Navy; I was making bags for Sadies Dream

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  143. Green working on a new block.

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  144. I follow LouLou's fabric shop on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook. They are one of the best little shops around and wow can they put together some great bundles!

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  145. I used red last night because I am making a red, white and blue wall hanging; I was working on the red stripes last night.

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  146. I used navy on an apron for my dad for Father's Day!

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  147. The last color I used that wasn't a neutral was Aurifil Red that I used in a QOV quilt that my guild gives to veterans

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  148. I follow LouLou's Fabrics via newsletter and by FB

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  149. I used red thread to quilt my Canada Day quilt.

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  150. I receive Lou Lou's newsletter.

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  151. Aurifil 1135 Bright yellow on my sunflower placemats.

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  152. I just adore the Tuesday fat quarter bundles from Lou Lou's.

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  153. I used embroidery thread -red - to satin stitch a moose applique I designed on my digital cutter today!

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  154. I follow LouLous on IG and newsletter.

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  155. I used Navy on Sunday to resew a hem on my pants before Sunday church.

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  156. I used brown thread to make fabric bins for a baby boy nursery.

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  157. Is gold neutral? I just finished quilting a quilt with gold thread.

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  158. I sewed on a button with some navy thread. Is navy a neutral??

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  159. I 💕❤💕 Loulou's and follow them via FB and Instagram!!

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  160. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.

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  161. I used Aurifil red thread to hand sew binding on a quilt.

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  162. I used a variegated purple, a variegated pink, gold, and silver to complete the quilting on a princess quilt for my granddaughter. Glad that ones done!

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  163. I patched my sons jeans with navy blue thread!

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  164. Following Lou Lou's on Facebook!

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  165. I used iridescent thread for the edging of a veil.

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  166. I follow LouLous on instagram with the name shroomfrog

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  167. I used purple to work on a sashiko project. Another project I'm using watermelon pink thread.

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  168. I followed Lou Lou 's on instagram as LERudd

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  169. I used aurifil ORANGE to machine quilt a Denver broncos quilt for my nephew!

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  170. I follow loulou's on instagram

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  171. I used an Aurifil dark purple to baste even MORE 1" epp hexies...for a queen size quilt, 2 years in progress and 70 % done!

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  172. To be honest, I have been busy getting my sewing room established. I have just bought Aurifil thread to coordinate with the Blue Sky Collection by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. I hope to get started shortly.

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  173. I follow LouLou's Fabric Shop on fb.

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  174. I am using purple thread on my vintage rose Judy n quilt

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  175. I receive and read enjoy Lou Lou's blog
    Thank yoú Jamie foryour generosity . I do appreciate you and your lovely shop.
    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  176. Quilted 6 seashell print placemates in varigated gold. Thank you Melissa for your blog and quilty fun each post . I appreciate you!
    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  177. I used orange for top stitching on a new wallet

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

Melissa