Tuesday, June 27, 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 $30.00 Gift Certificate to Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is . . . Number #47. . . Congrats Linda!!!!! 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 Rita has two special surprises for you all ;)   Fabric Please!  is giving one lucky reader a  $25.00 Gift Certificate as well as a Seam Fix Seam Ripper (which are so my favorite seam rippers!!!)  So fun :)

 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 about your favorite seam ripper. (mine is a Seam Fix and of course, it is purple :)

 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, July 4th, 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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239 comments:

  1. I like my Clover seam ripper. The most important thing for me in a seam ripper is large size because I'm always losing it!

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  2. I have the seam fix seam ripper in pink. Love the bright color!

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  3. I just followed Fabric Please on Facebook. Saw that they have a cute maple leaf print for Canada day!!

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  4. Mine is a pretty basic one. I have a beautiful turned acrylic handled one, but it has a rough edge which always snags the thread and tears it (which shouldn't be a problem, it's a seam ripper after all. But when I'm just trying to pull out a few stitches so I can tie off a quilting thread, I don't want the thread broken.)

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  5. Mine is the basic one that came with my sewing machine!

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  6. Clover~ but I also use the one in my sewing machine if a set the Clover aside by accident~

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  7. I think I have every seam ripper available but I love the Seam Fix.

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  8. My old bent seam ripper is my favorite because the curved tip makes a nice stiletto. I don't know what the 'fix' side is on your ripper but i'm going to check it out. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  9. I like the 'remnanats - fat quarter' section of their site. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  10. My favorite is one that has a handmade wooden handle from a friend. The seam ripper isn't special, just the handle ;-)

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  11. My husband bought me a seam ripper for my birthday. I'm not sure what it's called or where he got it from.

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  12. Mine is the original one that I got when I moved out on my own 7 years ago! The cap has disappeared and it needs to be replaced!

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  13. I follow them on Facebook and I would definitely get some of the Winter Wonderland fabrics. :)

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  14. I like my small seam ripper that came with my sewing machine. It's small and has a protective cap too!

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  15. I love Fabric Please! And follow them via email and FB!

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  16. I use a Singer switchblade style because I don't lose it!

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  17. I followed Fabric Please on Facebook

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  18. I have a lime green mini Seam Fix!

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  19. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook.

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  20. I agree 100%, my favorite is the Seam Fix as well.

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  21. I haven't found a seam ripper I love, so I use a small, very sharp pointed scissor to clip stitches.

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  22. I have the seam ripper that came with the sewing machine.

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  23. I already receive their newsletter.

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  24. Ergominic by Dritz ..also in purple:)

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

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  25. I like the Seam Fix ripper in the Fabric Please shop and would love to buy one .

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

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  26. I probably really need this seam ripper since I use a small scissor with super sharp tips.

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  27. My favorite is Clover's. Seam Fix would give it a run for the money if they'd fix the design, either by making it one piece or by making it so the rubber top part will post onto the handle of the seam ripper part.

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  28. I just use the one that came with an old machine, but I recently saw the Seam Fix ripper and I think I need to get one!

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  29. My favorite seam ripper is the one I find when i need one.. I have multiple.. and yet when I reach for it.. I don't always find .. right away!

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  30. I use my little rotary cutter....really I do!

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  31. My favorite is the Fons and Porter ergonomic one. It is very comfortable to hold.

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  32. I use the seam ripper that came with my machine :/ It has been used quite frequently lately.

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  33. I follow Fabric Please on Facebook.

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  34. I don't know the brand but mine has a rectangular handle so it does not roll off the table. My one dog used to pick up everything for me and once it was my seam ripper that had just rolled off onto the floor-she was quicker and got there first-YIKES so I have flat ones now.

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  35. I signed up for "Fabric Please"'s! newsletter. trotskyn@att.net

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  36. I visited the shop and I really like WALK IN THE PARK – DAISY DOT – VIOLET.

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  37. I use Clover's white small seam ripper. trotskyn@att.net

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  38. Clover seam ripper! It's sharp and small.

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  40. I really like my Clover seam ripper. It fits into my hand nicely and it is big enough that it's harder to misplace.

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  41. I have a seam fix seam ripper and it's great. I also have a basic one that's very sharp. You can never have too many seam rippers!

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  42. I get the Fabric Please newsletter. It's a great shop!

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  43. I have a small plain ripper, but the Seam Fix looks intriguing. That white tip would be hand for "erasing" cut thread.

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  44. I use the seam ripper above, but I also have to use the light-up one. My sewing room is pretty dark, so the light helps when it's ripping apart dark fabric
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  45. I love their color play kit!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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

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  47. I seem to have lost all my seam rippers, so I bought a cheapy one at my LQS--and the flat handle is NOT my favorite. So a new seam ripper. . . :)

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  48. I use the Clover seam ripper.

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  49. My favorite seam ripper is in a multi tool by Alex Anderson that was a gift from a friend. It is really super sharp and the end is sooo pointy, I can get it under the tiniest stitch.

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  50. Their GlobalMamas fabrics are gorgeous!I don't usually like batiks--but these are very special!

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  51. I follow Fabric Please on Fb. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  52. I really don't know what my favorite sesame ripper is -- I have had it for a long time. I got one with my Pfaff machine that I really like. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  53. I have a couple Clovers and a couple sewing machine ones. I like the Clovers best, but I really like whichever one I can find at that moment. I don't lose scissors but the seam rippers always seem to be buried.

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  54. My seam ripper is ancient - or perhaps "vintage" sounds trendier? I've had it for years and couldn't tell you the brand. Time for a new one!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  55. I receive the Fabric Please! newsletter. Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  56. I have a mini Seam Fix ripper in neon yellow - it's easy to find when I need it which is too often!

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  57. I signed up for the Fabric Please newsletter. The shop has some neat stuff - I'm going back to look now!

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  58. I have a big bright yellow seam ripper I use a lot because it is easy to find!

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  59. I like the flannel fat quarter bundles at the Fabric Please shop

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  60. I have a Clover, and a Dritz, Seam Ripper.... use em equally as often...depending on which one I find first off! giggle...

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  61. I already get the Fabric Please! newsletter too...and looove their Shop! :)

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!! :D

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  62. My favorite seam ripper is a clover. Have never seen the brand you are showing us so will keep my eyes peeled!

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  63. I follow Fabric Please on FB and frequent her shop. Rita is such a generous soul.

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  64. I just recently got a Seam Fix ripper myself, but I have not needed to use it since I got it. That's a good thing, I guess, but I'm anxious to really give it a road test, haha, and check out that other end which is supposed to pull the threads away. Can't wait!

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  65. My favorite seam ripper is the one I have had for over forty years - it has yellowed but works great!

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  66. I get Fabric Please's newsletter.

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  67. Signed up for the newsletter :)

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  68. I have one generic seam ripper that i picked up at a local notions shop. Can't say that it's anything i like because using it means i've done something wrong. It symbolizes an extra hour or so of work, depending upon the project. :-/

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  69. Nice shop-with lots of nice gingham fabrics.

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  70. I have four or five cheap ones all over , will have to look for the kind you use

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  71. I prefer the Clover seam ripper with the large off-white handle. There's one at my sewing machine, one in my tool box and one in the tool stash in case I lose it. I have a tiny Seam Fix too, and love using that white part to remove frogged stitches. It's pink.

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  72. Don't really have a favourite seam ripper but what would we do without them!

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  73. The Seam Fix is the ONLY seam ripper (isn't it?????)

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  74. I had an old brown seam ripper that I'd had for years, it has disappeared. I now use what ever comes to hand. I've been trying out a Tula Pink curved blade my hubby got for me. It's beautiful but not old faithful.

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  75. I like the teeny little white one that came with my Viking. It is tiny and sharp!

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    1. Oh my, I haven't changed seam rippers since my original one that came with my 1970's Kenmore.

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  76. Seam fix baby one in hot pink. Following on fb.

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  77. I would love to try that Seam Fix one. Thank you.

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  78. I love my pink seam fix seam ripper. I've used it to death.

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  79. Loving the look of their Adornit line at Fabric Please!

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  80. I receive the Fabric Please newsletter and visit their shop. They have a number of pre-cut bundles I am looking at...particularly the Blue Barn prints and the Tree House Club.

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  81. I have several seam rippers I use. My most recent favorite is from an eight pack I bought on amazon. I like the seam fix for the thread catching cap.

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  82. I have a small seam ripper and a bigger one. Pretty basic ones. One is purple though! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  83. I receive Fabric Please newsletter and emails. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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    Fourth Of July Ecards
    Things to do on 4th of July 2017

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  85. Freedom is something that money can't buy.. And most honorable of all are the ones who defend it. So on this 4th of July. Let's salute those who stand in service to America!
    Happy Birthday America Images
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    Happy 4th of July Fireworks 2017

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  86. I have the same exact seam ripper you do and I love, love, love it!

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  87. I have a Clover seam ripper that my daughter borrowed and waiting for her to return it so right now I'm using an old Singer one. Signing up for Fabric Please newsletter and going to check out the sales section!

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  88. My favorite is the seam fix and I am sad because I can't find it and am in desperate need of a new one!

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  89. I busted there sure and they have something (well a lot of things) I love! Something I hadn't seen before was a double gauze with birds (whisper) it was so cute!

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  90. I have a purple Seam Fix that is my favourite.

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  91. I guess my favorite seam ripper is whichever is at arms reach when I need it. LOL I would love to try your favorite.

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  92. I follow Rita everywhere...ok that doesn't sound quite right, but I do receive her newsletter and follow her on FB and IG.

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  93. Funny you should ask. I was just talking about my favorite seam ripper yesterday. It's the original one that came with my Kenmore back in 1974. I've bought a few since then, but they've all landed in the circular file. I have two now! My Janome came with one just like it!

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  94. my favorite seam ripper is by Clover.

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  95. My favourite seam ripper came with my huskie sewing machine, so no new one, unless I buy a new machine. That works for me! Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges @ gmail dot com

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  96. I have a white clover seam ripper that I like, but also received a very nice wood handle ripper as a gift! Thanks, Melissa.

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  97. Ok leave it to me to spot a fabric I love on her website, and have it turn out to be a remnant! :)
    But I love it only 13 inches or not...it is the Jazz Jam Multi Stars.

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  98. I don't have a favorite but I need one because I need a new one, mine is cracked and worn out! :(
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  99. My favorite seam ripper is a hospital scalpel. I know I shouldn't be using such a sharp instrument for ripping out seams.... but it works so well!
    Ljprouty@hotmail.com

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  101. The Pro Seam Ripper & Stitch Picker set from Lee Valley is positively splendid!

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  102. I think I NEED the Season's Best - Summer by Kim Schaefer fabric! Beautiful colors and pattern. What a lovely design!!

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  103. I have four Seam Fix rippers (two are purple!). I really like how the rubber tip removes the thread pieces so easily.

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  104. The Carkai fat quarter bundle is drool-worthy.

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  105. My favorite seam ripper is that one that goes unused! I really use the one that came with my machine the most, although I do have a couple of others. It's always handy and fits my small hands well.
    (bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com)

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  106. My favorite is purple also favorite color big easy to see and the other end has rubber tip to go over stitches that we're removed

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  107. I also have a Seam Fix, but my always go to is the one that came with my first Singer, way back in the 70s, it has an acrylic handle that I use for so many reasons.

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  108. I have signed up for Fabric Pleases newsletter, will look forward to seeing great things

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  109. I have that very same seam ripper on my Amazon wish list! The one I have now is an old one whose brand I have no idea. It's not exciting, but I suppose it does the trick.

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  110. I love all of that Farm Fun fabric. It is so adorable!

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  111. I just signed up for the Fabric Please newsletter!!

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  112. I just bought an electronic seam ripper at yard sale for 10 bucks..Brand new...I think I am in love...lol... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  113. My favorite seam ripper is a pink and white one that reminds of the breast cancer symbols. Afraid I don't know the brand, only that it reminds me of so many sisters going through treatment.

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  114. I'm not sure what my favorite seam ripper is...probably the one closest to me when I need it! I have several. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  115. I follow them on facebook and I get there news letter.. happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  116. I love the Pat Bravo prints along with anything AGF.

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  117. I love my sharp Bernina seam ripper.

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  118. Signed up for the Fabric Please newsletter and liked them on Facebook.

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  119. My favorite seam ripper is a "no-name" that I got in a sewing store in Mexico.

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  120. I love the CANVAS – RECTANGLES ON TAUPE. It would be great for making decorator pillows or tote bags.

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  121. Clover. It's a lot sharper than the cheapies that came with my cheap machine! I haven't tried any others yet.

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  122. I don't have a favorite. I usually use my scissors and pull the thread through. I hand quilt, so I usually am just taking out crooked piecing.

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  123. I get fabric please newsletter! Little lanes @ hotmail . com

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  124. My favorite seam ripper came with my machine and I like that it has a lid.

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  125. My favorite ripper, if a ripper can be a "favorite," is made by Clover. Very thin and very sharp.

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  126. I visited Fabric Please on their website. Nice fabrics!

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  127. My favorite seam ripper is a hospital scalpel. I know I shouldn't be using such a sharp instrument for ripping out seams.... but it works so well!
    Ljprouty@hotmail.com

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  128. My seam ripper is also purple but I don't remember who makes it.

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  129. I use a fons and Porter ergonomic seam ripper, but I've been tempted to try one of these!

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  130. My seam ripper is green and came with my first sewing machine.

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  131. I visited Fabric Please & my favorite item is the Gridlock pattern

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  132. Not sure what my favorite seam ripper is called- it's some sort of surgical blade, but is billed as a seam ripper, it works really well!

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  133. That is my favorite seam ripper too and it just so happens to be purple ;)

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  134. I also use a Seam Fix. I have a big one and a small one, and the small one is the one I use the most.

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  135. My favorite seam ripper is the one that is closest when I need it! :)

    Sandy A

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  136. I like the Hey Dot fat quarter pack on the Fabric Please website.

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  137. Favorite seam ripper at the moment is the one that came with my machine. Its sharp, small but fits my hand. I also use it to help like a purple thang and since it is small, I can get it farther under the foot as needed.

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  138. I think I have three, one near my machine, one on my cutting table, and one put away. no favorites

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  139. My favorite until recently had been a Clover ergonomic seam ripper. I have recently purchased one that is hand made, and has the most delightful color and hefty weight. I love it.

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  140. I have two seam rippers--one yellow, one blue--but have no idea what brand they are or where they came from. I've had them about a zillion years by this point. ;)

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  141. Love those colorful Christine Stainbrook fabrics on the website!

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  142. I just have an old one that came with a starter sewing kit I got years ago. It's a bit too short to fit comfortably in my hand. Thanks for this opportunity to upgrade!

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  143. Mine is also the seam fix(large and small). Next comes my Fons and Porter Ergonomic one.

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  144. My current favorite seam ripper is my white Clover seam ripper. I have always wanted to try out Seam Fix one!

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  145. I visited their shop and I like the Merry Christmas and Winterland fabrics!

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  146. My favorite seam ripper is one that was hand-made by a friend's dad. It is hand carved from olive wood and has the sharpest ripper ever! It fits so perfectly in my hand.

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  147. I follow Fabric Please! on IG. One item I like in their shop is Joie de Vivre – Joyeux Alphabet,,,those letters are gorgeous!

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  148. My Bernina seam ripper is the best! Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  149. I like their Laundry Basket bundle! Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  150. I buy in generic bulk and let them go as they get dull.

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  151. I have never heard of Fabric Please. I like there Fat Quarter monthly subscription.

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  152. I have several of the blue Dritz seam rippers because they are flat and don't roll away.

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  153. I like that Fabric Please has a list of shows where they will be vending.

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  154. I DON'T HAVE A FAVOURITE SEAM RIPPER BUT I HAVE BEEN WANTING TO TRY THIS SEAM RIPPER FOR SURE

    ERIN2470@HOTMAIL.COM

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  155. Seam Fix is by far my favorite seam ripper. I wish the little one had an end like the big one for when I misplace the cap.

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  156. I have a very expensive lightweight thin brass one that I love.

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  157. I already follow Fabric Please.

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  158. I love my clover seam ripper.

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  159. After being in relationship with markiss for seven years,he broke up with me, I did everything possible to bring him back but all was in vain, I wanted him back so much because of the love I have for him, I begged him with everything, I made promises but he refused. I explained my problem to someone online and she suggested that I should rather contact a spell caster that could help me cast a spell to bring him back but I am the type that never believed in spell, I had no choice than to try it, I mailed the spell caster, and he told me there was no problem that everything will be okay before three days, that my ex will return to me before three days, he cast the spell and surprisingly in the second day, it was around 4pm. My ex called me, I was so surprised, I answered the call and all he said was that he was so sorry for everything that happened, that he wanted me to return to him, that he loves me so much. I was so happy and went to him, that was how we started living together happily again. Since then, I have made promise that anybody I know that have a relationship problem, I would be of help to such person by referring him or her to the only real and powerful spell caster who helped me with my own problem and who is different from all the fake ones out there. Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email: drosemudiamenspellhome@gmail.com you can email him if you need his assistance in your relationship or anything. I CAN NEVER STOP TALKING ABOUT HIM, HIS EMAIL ADDRESS IS: drosemudiamenspellhome@gmail.com CONTACT HIM NOW FOR SOLUTION TO ALL YOUR PROBLEM, HE ALSO HELP PEOPLE TO GET PREGNANT.

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  160. I am always misplacing my seam ripper, so my favorite is the first one I manage to get my hands on!

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  161. I follow Fabric Please on fb.

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  162. I use a clover seam ripper but would love to try this kind.

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  163. My seam ripper is a basic one, with a small sharp blade, the same style that has been available for decades. Some day I may try a fancy one!

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  164. I have a very small green one(don't know the manufacturer) love the fact that it is narrow and sharp and I am able to use it on smaller stitches.

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  165. My favorite seam ripper is my purple Clover - it's very comfy.

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  166. I like their monthly fabric subscriptions - especially the fat 8th club.

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  167. I like my CLover white handle seam ripper. I have two of them. One by my mid arm and the other by the Bernina.

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  168. I like my Clover ones-but my favorite one is a sharp one, LOL

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  169. I definitely need to try this one. Everytime I go into a quilt shop or fabric store, I usually pick up a seam ripper. Mine seem to get lost fast.

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  170. I'm not sure of the brand but it is a large seam ripper and very easy to hold. The little tiny ones that come with new sewing machines is difficult to use especially when you have arthritis. The one in the picture about looks very ergonomic.

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  171. I bought a new seam ripper recently and do not like it because it isn't sharp. I willl definitely try the Seam Fix! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  172. I signed up for the newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  173. a wonderful seam ripper. pink would be awesome.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  174. My seam ripper is just a basic one that I got at Walmarts years ago.

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  175. I follow them on face book.
    My seam ripper is at least 40 years old and wobbly now. lol One of the old cream ones with black under the silver ripper
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  176. I can't say I have a favorite, I just tend to use the simple one that came with my sewing machine several years ago

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  177. I follow Fabric Please on facebook

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  178. My favorite is the closest within my reach! LOL!

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  179. I already subscribe and like them on FB

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  180. I don't have a favorite seam ripper. I have several and they are all pretty cheap. Maybe it's time for an upgrade?

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  181. My favorite seam ripper is the Seam Fix Seam Ripper. I actually have two of them (one for upstairs and one for downstairs!) and they are both purple.

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  182. I visited the shop. I have never been there before, but I love that you can search by color. I wish all shops did that. I also looked at precuts and found they have still got some desert bloom precuts that I might just have to get.

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

Melissa