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 June 25th!!! (excludes pre-orders and items already on sale)  Oh, so much fun shopping!!!

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some shopping goodness!!  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is offering one lucky reader a $30.00 Gift Certificate perfect to use on anything in the store, including an awesome Lou Lou Bundle!!  Just perfect!!!!



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 color of thread you have used recently that wasn't neutral and what you used it for.  (I had to mend my daughters skirt yesterday and used a Aurifil Blossom Pink, that was some bright mending ;)  

 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, June 27th  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 ๐Ÿ˜Š

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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 quilt๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

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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 ๐Ÿ’•❤๐Ÿ’• 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 yoรบ 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