Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day so let's have some fun :)

But first, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the Berry Merry Charm Pack and a Bloc Loc Flying Geese Ruler from Olie and Evie  is . . .   Number # 71. . . Congrats Donna!!!   I have emailed you :)        

  


  
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop.   Fat Quarter Shop is amazing and they never cease to amaze me with everything they have going on at their shop!!!   You can always find lots of project inspiration with amazing free tutorials at their You Tube Channel!!!  And be sure to check out their daily Flash Sale!!!  There are even two Flash Sales on Tuesday!!!



And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving one luck reader a Savannah Jelly Roll by Gingiber for Moda Fabrics!!!! I just love these wonderful fun soft prints!!!  They are just to cute!!! 

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 the name of a favorite teacher.  (Today is the first day of school for my kids and I am just feeling so grateful for amazing teachers :)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Fat Quarter Shop love.   You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterestYou Tube or at their Blog.  You can Sign up for their Newsletter which will ensure you catch all of their amazing sales, or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Fat Quarter Shop Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, August 21st , 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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422 comments:

  1. I follow FQS on BlogLovin. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  2. Mrs. Sweeney, 2nd grade. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  3. School was so long ago for me I can't remember any of my teachers. LOL!

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  4. My favorite teacher of all time was mrs Bradshaw. She saw success in me Thai i did not. She encouraged me to work hard and achieve new things. Amazing.

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  5. I follow FQS by FB. IG, EMAIL

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  6. I follow Fat Quarter Shop in many ways. I get e-mils. They are amazing.

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  7. My favorite teacher was Miss Waring. She was my third grade teacher.

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  8. My favorite teacher ever was Prof. Harvey. He made history sing. I loved his classes.

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  9. My favorite teacher was in 3rd grade and her name was Mrs. Benson. She really gave me a sense of pride in my work and for that I will always be grateful.

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  10. I'm subscribed to FQS's YouTube channel and check their daily deal every day.

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  11. Mr. Walker, Junior High English, made me look forward to book reports!

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  12. Love this jelly roll! I can see this in my next quilt. I can see that ready to hand quilt in a week. My lifetime favorite teacher is the one who made me feel his purpose was to help me graduate high school. Mr. Veilbig taught History and I could not get this together. He formed a study group after school one day a week, and focused on EACH of us to help us through our weaknesses. And I graduated. Wonderful teachers do matter!

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  13. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Thayer in Bartlesville, OK, at Oak Park Elementary. She was my First Grade teacher and my first teacher ever. Back then Kindergarten didn't exist and/or wasn't required in schools in Oklahoma. I loved her so much, and she was such a wonderful teacher. I remember reading circle, Big Chief tablets, jars of "paste" (loved that smell). I adored Mrs. Thayer and often wonder where she is today.

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  14. My favorite teacher was Miss Beck, my third and fourth grade teacher.

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  15. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  16. I follow FQS on YouTube, their blog, newsletters, etc. LOVE THEM!

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  17. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Zwisick in kinder. I loved her so much that I wanted to be just like her. It was in kinder that I decided I wanted to be a teacher too. I teach 2nd grade.

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  18. Mrs. Ward and she was my 4th grade teacher.

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  19. Lol, that was too long ago but I do remember my least favorite teacher,Mr. Batchelor. He taught government for the senior class requirements to graduate. He made students flee to another school to take that class.

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  20. Fat Quarter shop is my fav! I follow them on Instagram,Facebook,emails and get their monthly boxes. I would absolutely love to win this jelly roll :)

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  21. I follow with Blogger and read whenever there is a new post.

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  22. Mr. Easterday , was my science teacher for 7th and 8th grade. lutzcats (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  23. Favorite teacher, Mrs Mitchell Home Ec teacher!

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  24. I follow FQS on Instagram and subscribe to You Tube channel. Also subscribe to Sew Sampler box!

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  25. Mrs. Gage, my 8th grade English teacher. I loved her.

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  26. Favorite elementary teacher was 3rd grade, Mrs Akin. She made every single day fun and exciting. After elementary I had too many awesome teachers and professors to name! brandy dot fisher at yahoo dot com

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  27. My favorite teacher was Mr. Black, junior advanced English. He was cool back in 1974!

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  28. I follow FQS on youtube, Facebook and Instagram brandy dot fisher at yahoo dot com

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  29. I follow Fat Quarter shop on Instagram.

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  30. My favorite teacher were all my sewing class teachers..cause that was my favorite subject at school (..way back when.....!)

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  31. I follow fat quarter shop on IG and have watched many of their tutorials on you tube😊

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  32. Mrs. Weiderhold -- who happened to be a French teacher -- lol!

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  33. I follow them on Instagram and Facebook!

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  34. My favorite teacher would have been my college piano teacher. Ms. Gettel. although now I realize we weren't that far away in aga, se was pure wisdom.

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  35. I follow Fat Quarter shop on You Tube and Bloglovin'

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  36. My favorite teacher was Sister Marie Rita in first grade. I remember being in her classroom when the world found out that President Kennedy had been assasinated. She cried and began to pray. That memory has stayed with me till this day,

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  37. I looooved my first grade teacher, Miss Doser! I was sure she was a magician because she taught me how to read...something I thought I'd never do! I am a teacher, too, so I hope I make the list of someone's "favorite". Happy school year!

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  38. I follow FQS on FB, IG and receive their newsletter! I follow you, too!

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  39. I follow FQS on IG and Facebook.
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  40. I favorite teacher is my second mom, who taught me how to quilt.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  41. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram. I also receive their newsletter in my email.

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  42. Mrs. Jayroe was my fourth grade teacher. She was engaging, interested, encouraging, and let me design bulletin boards for her.

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  43. I receive Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter via email, and follow them on Facebook.

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  44. Mrs. Dottie kindergarten, 1959! I follow FQS on all social media & blog. Love FQS, best customer service ever...not to mention the Sew Sampler Box!

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  45. I went to 12 schools before I graduated high school. I don't remember most of my teachers.

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  46. I follow FQS on Facebook, their blog and I receive their newsletter. I love FQS!

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  47. My absolute favorite teacher of all times was my 7th and 8th grade Spanish teacher, Ms. Durazo! She was awesome, and played a huge role in shaping my love for languages and direction in my life.

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  48. My favorite teacher was Mr. Benson who made biology fun. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  49. I follow them on Instagram and get their newsletter.

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  50. I follow the Fat Quarter shop on FB and get their newsletter. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  51. Mary Claire Harris--she was the librarian in my elementary school and my absolutely favorite teacher.

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  52. One of my favorite teachers was my Biology teacher in high school, Mrs. Labrum. Among other things, she helped me learn that I love science.

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  53. I follow FQS on Facebook and YouTube.

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  54. Most of my teachers were special. But Mrs. Perry was a favorite. We changed schools in the middle of the year and she went out of her way to make a shy girl feel welcome.

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  55. What a great gift! My favorite teacher was my 10th grade history teacher. I hated history until she taught it to me. Such a gift for bringing the past to life. meln353@yahoo.com

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  56. Ms. Branch- my 8th grade math teacher. I decided to became a middle school math teacher because of her!

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  57. I follow FQS on Instagram and their blog.

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  58. My forte teacher was Mrs. Whitson!

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  59. My favorite teacher was Miss Timmons, 8th grade English. She made us work hard and made it fun. ckersh1@cox.net

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  60. I follow Fat Quarter shop on FB and check out their flash sale every day!

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  61. First grade teacher Miss Middleton

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  62. Mrs. Roper was a great choir teacher. I still love to sing. Yay for teachers!

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  63. Mrs. Taylor , she was the best, made you want to learn

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  64. I follow FQS and just got a flash sale delivery last week.

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  65. follow them by email, facebook and istragram

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  66. I had these two teachers in 7th grade who taught English and Social Studies but combined most of the time. We would do these amazing projects that taught Literature through learning history. We learned about plot by reading Stephen King. I still remember things from that class from almost 30 years ago. They really went the extra mile and I have always appreciated that.

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  67. I follow FQS on Instagram and newsletter at least. 💙

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  68. Mrs. Fitzpatrick was an amazing elementary teacher in Ohio.

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  69. I would pick Mrs Cook who inspired my daughter to read in 2nd grade.

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  70. Well, I can remember Mrs Naylor in 3rd Grade. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  71. I receive FQ Shop's newsletter. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  72. Mrs Boyd 4th grade, she was excellent.

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  73. Mrs.Griggs,a favorite first grade teacher!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  74. HI,following FQS on FB!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  75. My favorite teacher was Mr. Bookman... library sciences. :)

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  76. Mrs. Walker was a "hated" teacher, but it turns out that she taught me the most! All that homework was good for me.

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  77. I just realized that I won last week's giveaway! It never occurred to me that I was the Donna who won! (duh) Thank you so much Melissa and Olie and Evie! I can't wait to put that block-loc ruler to work, and find a new project for the Berry Merry charm pack! Thank you!

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  78. I follow FQ Shop via their newsletter

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  79. I had several favorite teachers, but Mrs. Vered in second grade stands out!

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  80. Mrs. Hofstra was my kindergarten teacher, she was also my aunt. I remember more from her classroom than ones from later in life. sewgood414athotmaildotcom

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  81. I follow FQS several different ways. It is my favorite go to place. Thanks! sewgood414athotmaildotcom

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  82. My favorite teacher was my seventh grade science teacher, Mrs. Hopskins.

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  83. I am a member of Fat Quarter Shop You Tube.

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  84. I follow FQS on Facebook and receive the newsletter

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  85. My favorite teacher was Mrs Caramella who recently passed.

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  86. Lots of great teachers in my life to pick from! Probably my favorite was my 4th grade teacher Mrs. Brandt. Thanks for the chance!

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  87. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Jones.

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  88. I follow fat quarter shop on Facebook, Instagram, email... all the ways!

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  89. I follow FQS on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube and I get their newsletter! I'm a big fan.

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  90. My favorite teacher is from secondary school for the life of me a can't think of his name he gave us all freedom of expression and that there are no mistakes only happy accidents with our own artistic flair

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  91. Mr Mertz who taught marine biology in high school was my favorite teacher

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  92. I follow FQS on FB ,Instagram , and Bloglovin
    I also receive their newsletter

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  93. I loved my first grade teacher - Miss Straus. She was wonderful!

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  94. My favorite teacher was Mrs Long. She was a math teacher and I loved math.

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  95. I follow FQS on bloglovin, email and facebook.

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  96. I follow on Facebook and Instagram.

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  97. My favorite teacher was Mrs. Klassen in grade 4. She was a young, fairly new teacher with a great sense of humor and lots of good ideas. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  98. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter and follow them on Bloglovin. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  99. I get the Fat Quarter Shop Newsletter and follow them also online daily. I used to be one of their better shoppers. Love their daily deals! Now I am using my huge stash to sew from! Yippee.

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  100. Favorite teachers? So many. So very long ago. But they inspired me to be a teacher. I taught for 31 years before and after my children started school themselves. So many happy years as a student and as a big kid among my little ones whom I loved as I did my own children.

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  101. Mr Penny always encouraged me to do my best. I really appreciated him.

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  102. My favorite teacher - Mrs. Manning for first grade- in 1962. She was sweet and kind, and always changed into coordinating ballet flats to teach each day.

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  103. One of my favorite teachers was my high school math teacher, Mr. Boulrisse. We remain facebook friends today, 29 years after my last class with him!

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  104. Mrs. McCandless, 7th grade history teacher. Just loved her teaching style.

    Sandy A

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  105. Favorite teacher? In junior high, Mr. Lick made math really easy to understand.

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  106. I follow Fat Quarter Shop through Blog Lovin and on Facebook. Love their daily specials!

    Sandy A

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  107. My favorite teacher was Ms. Hall, my college English teacher. This jelly roll is just too cute. The colors will make a great looking quilt.

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  108. I LOVED all the home ec teachers. Mrs Mazz was my favorite by far...

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  109. I get there news letter and now I am so into jelly rolls...

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  110. Mr Groebe was my math teacher in middle school and really substantiated my love for math.

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  111. Mrs Montgomery, she was my 4th grade teacher(and the only one from that long ago whose name I remember) She was wonderful AND could twist and apple in half with her bare hands sow two friends could share. My current favorite teacher is Susan Garrett who is teaching online dog training and I am learning so much more I can hardly believe it.

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  112. I follow FQS on Instagram and receive their newsletters. I also check their flash sale every day.

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  113. I don't have a favorite teacher, but I did have a favorite sub. She was awesome.

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  114. Mrs. Bumstead was my first grade teacher and my favorite. After she retired from teaching, she joined the Peace Corps. We stayed in touch until she passed away in her 90's.

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  115. I follow FQS all over the place!

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  116. Favorite teacher...can't just name one.

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  117. Follow FQS on YouTube, Instagram, and their blog.

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  118. Hello Melissa, I can not answer about a favorite teacher due to the Memory Loss from a brain injury that happened at the age of 15. Sorry.

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  119. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by email and also follow their blog and on You Tube.

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  120. I just can't name one favorite teacher.

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  121. The only teacher I remember well was Mr. Moody. He made both theory and practical in shops come alive.

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  122. I follow FQS on blog, Instagram and YouTube.

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  123. My favorite teacher was my 2nd grade teacher Miss Pettigrew.

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  124. My first grade teacher, Mrs. Summers, was the most amazing woman. She supported me through several grades.

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  125. I follow FQS on bloglovin and receive their newsletter. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  126. Mrs. Schacter, my first grade teacher. Amazing. Always wondered what happened to her!

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  127. Mrs. Gorley, my junior high school home ec teacher.

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  128. I follow FQS by newsletter and FB. trotskyn@att.net

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  129. My favourite teacher........ I would go for my Maths teacher in Secondary School, Mrs. Sanz

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  130. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter via email.

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  131. My favorite teacher was Mrs Doree. She was kind and fun.

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  132. Seriously, I can't remember....BUT thank you for the give away.

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  133. I follow FQS on FB and receive their newsletters.

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  134. My favorite teacher was Mr. Smith. Cynthia Knapp cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  135. Mrs. Albertson 4th grade, took time to teach us about naure and cooking. Just made learning fun.

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  136. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  137. Mr. Mitchell was my 6th grade teacher. He made learning fun. We all passed his class because we were learning with out realizing it. He always had nap time in the middle of the day and he played the best music during that time. He treated all of us kids as individuals not as a group. He was always in a great mood. And we all knew we could ask him anything at anytime and it would stay confidential.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot nett

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  138. Fat Quarter Shop - follow blog, receive newsletter. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  139. I follow them on FB
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  140. Mrs. Clark in 4th grade was my favorite teacher & instilled in me my love of reading.

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  141. 3rd grade Mr. Ramono he was so good to me.

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  142. My favorite teacher was Ms. Briscoe, 2nd grade.(She got married at the end of the year but I can't remember that name) She was so nice and explained things so well. I still think of her to this day. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  143. I follow FQS everywhere almost to the stalking stage lol. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  144. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop by email and receive their newsletter. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  145. It is so sad to me that I can't remember the names of the good teachers I had, but I can remember the names of the bad ones!! I am thankful for the many amazing teachers that my children were lucky enough to have had.

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  146. I love FQS & follow them every way possible!!

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  147. I follow the FQS blog. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  148. I will be 75 in 3 weeks. There is no way that I can remember the names of favorite teachers from my school days. I did have a literature teacher when I was in high school that I really liked. I think that was because I liked reading so much. She would also put quotes up on the board, and I would copy the ones I liked the most. I still remember a couple of them. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  149. Mr.Wilson was my favorite teacher.

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  150. I follow FQS on Bloglovin and IG.

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  151. Dr. Calabria, a college medieval/renaissance professor, is my fave teacher. I took several courses with him before discovering he had a rep for being super tough. He was tough but in a good way. He had high expectations and insisted you meet those expectations. I loved the challenge and lived his lectures.

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  152. I'm on FQS email list! I love browsing their site!

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  153. Mrs. Harris, art teacher extrordinare!
    Debbie
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  154. I am a Fat Quarter Shop groupie!
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    ollieami@aol.com

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  155. My favorite grade school teacher was my fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Havens. She was so sweet and encouraging. I still remember a giant card she made out of construction paper for me once. She was the best!

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  156. I love Fat Quarter Shop! I bought fabric for my current quilt from them. I'm subscribed to their newsletter and I follow them on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram too!

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  157. Mr. Rello he introduced us to chopsticks and our first field trips in elementary school.

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  158. Facebook, Instagram, blog, email Newsletter

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  159. My favorite was Sister Ann-Gabrielle, 5th and 6th grades! Thank you!
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  160. My favourite teacher was my history teacher, Mr. Rintoul.

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  161. I get the newsletter from FQS and do Facebook! Thank you.
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  162. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop by newsletter.

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  163. My favorite teacher was my first grade teacher, Sister Anselma.

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  164. I follow The Fat Quarter Shop on their blog, you tube, and newsletter. Great shop.

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  165. Mrs Ellis who first encouraged me to sew!

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  166. I follow FQS on their blog, you tube and newsletter

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  167. Mrs. Johnson was my 6th grade teacher. She had the neatest charm bracelet and we would be so fascinated as she let us look at all those miniature memories she carried on it.

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  168. I follow FQS on FB and get their newsletter.

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  169. Mr Kingston was my 5 th grade teacher and my favorite. It was the first time that my teacher was not a woman!

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  170. Mrs. Zarikta was my fifth grade teacher. She was the best.

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  171. I already get FQS newsletter and follow on Instagram. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  172. My favorite teacher is Melissa Corry! I've never been to a quilting class or retreat so really appreciate all the tutorials I find on the blogs I read. Your quilt alongs and tutorials are always so great! Thanks for all you do for us!!

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  173. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop all the ways!!!

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  174. One of my favorites is Ms. Lotz. We are still in contact more than 40 years after I was in her class!

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  175. I follow the FQ Shop on Pinterest and Instagram. I also get their newsletter

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  176. My favorite teacher was Mr. Craddock, my art teacher!s
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  177. The Fat Quarter Shop is great so follow as they always have fun projects to try. I follow them on Facebook, newsletter, email, etc.
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  178. My favorite teacher was my high school English Teacher, Mrs. Dixson. She was so inspiring and kind, and always happy. Now that my son is a high school teacher I know how hard it is to keep that positive face on!

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  179. I follow Fat Quarter shop by email and youtube

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  180. My favorite teacher was Mr. Howell

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  181. I had some terrific teachers, but my all time favorite was Mrs. Quadrosie.

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  182. My favourite teacher ever was in Grade 3... Mr. Meehan was the best and the first one to call us "people"... not boys and girls!! That was amazing, we felt so important!! The entire year was filled with exploration and different adventures!!

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

Melissa