Tuesday, October 17, 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 Creekside Jelly Roll from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number # 48. . . Congrats cathy!!!   I have emailed you :)        

   

  
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Warm Crochet.   Warm Crochet sent me a pair of their beautiful scissors a week ago and I just love them.  They are absolutely perfect for clipping chain stitching as they are super sharp and so comfortable in the hand.  And they are so pretty as well, double bonus!!!  Along with the giveaway, Warm Crochet is offering all Happy Quilting readers 10% off your purchase with the coupon code HQMC!!!  So fun :)  


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway, Warm Crochet is giving one luck reader a Pair of Scissors of their choice!!!     You can choose from Red Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Bronze.  Some one is going to get super lucky and add the perfect addition to their stitching goodness :)

    


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 if you have ever tried to Crochet??  (I haven't tried, but my SIL is amazing and I need to get a lesson from her one of these days :)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Warm Crochet  love.  Visit The Shop and then tell me your favorite  . . .Red Bronze, Silver, Gold or Bronze????

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, October 24th , when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!

GIVEAWAY CLOSED - The Winner is Number #50 . . . Congrats Abbigail
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273 comments:

  1. I tried to learn to crochet decades ago when I was a Merry Miss in Primary. I could barely do a single chain. I often had to use my fingers to get the yarn out of the loop while the other girls were doing double and triple chains. My daughter has crocheted darling teddy bear blankets. What I have decided is that people who can crochet are geniuses. I can do simple knitting, but not crocheting. It is genius to crochet.

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  2. Yes, I have tried to crochet but my tension is off:(

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  3. I taught myself to crochet in my early 20's & have now been crocheting for forty years or so - just love it! Thank you, Susan

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  4. I have crocheted granny squares. My mom crochets amazing hats.

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  5. What sweet scissors. I'm totally addicted to small scissors.

    I learned to crochet when I was a little kid, but haven't done so in many years. Have been wanting to start again, as there are so many beautiful yarns now and wonderful patterns too! Thanks for the introduction to Warm Crochet.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  6. Love the red bronze color, but they are all so pretty! Thank you, Susan

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  7. I used to crochet and wouldn't mind getting into it again, but sewing and quilting consume most of my craft time now. Thanks.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  8. All the colors for these very reasonably priced scissors are beautiful, but if I could only pick one it would be silver.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  9. I did try many years ago but prefer sewing. Have been eyeing these scissors on line, would be great to win.

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  10. I can crochet. One stitch. I tried to learn other stitches but it was a bit confusing.

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  11. I know how to crochet but I cannot keep my tension!

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  12. I have tried to learn to crochet many times....I am an avid knitter...and I just can't wrap my brain around it. So many times I see something cute and then realize it is crocheted ...wish I could.

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  13. Love the Red Bronze scissors....love the vintage styling

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  14. My husband bought me an "Idiot's Guide" to learn how to crochet right after we got married! His whole family crochets, and I had always wanted to learn and to be "part of the family." It's such a relaxing hobby, and I can take it anywhere!

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  15. Ooh, those red bronze ones are so pretty! My mil would love the gold... What a great little stocking-stuffer idea!

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  16. I love to crochet and do so all the time - wonderful hobby.

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  17. I would choose the silver scissors.

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  18. I used to crochet, until I hurt my hands crocheting too much. So I no longer am able to crochet without pain. :(

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  19. I visited Warm Corchet. All the colors are beautiful, but I'll choose the gold scissors for a touch of elegance on my sewing table.

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  20. When I was little my grandmother tried to teach me to crochet but I was very discouraged because I am left-handed but I do love quilting and embroidery.

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  21. My Mom taught me to knit, crochet and see. Now a quilter for 25 years thanks Mom in Heaven.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  22. I have seen these cute scissors alot lately and would love to own a pair in Red Bronze! Thanks
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  23. I have to say the te bronze are my favourite

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  24. I just crocheted a snowflake spool pin doily yesterday! I hadn't crocheted for over a year, but it's always like riding a bicycle for me. I love to work with this craft since it brings back the memory of my grandma teaching me to crochet lilac-colored roses with cotton thread when I was home sick from school at age 11 :)

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  25. I love to crochet, I’m making a granny square blanket right now. You should learn, it’s nice hand work!!!

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  26. I really like the silver one, it’s my favorite one!!!

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  27. I am totally into quilting now, but many years ago, I used to crochet granny squares.
    I love the look of crochet and knit, but I prefer to use fabric as my medium.

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  28. LOVE the "red bronze" fancy scissors....
    Thank you.

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  29. Yes I've crocheted before. I was a kid when I learned how but I'm not going to tell you how long ago that was. πŸ˜ƒ

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  31. I have done crochet and even completed a project! Although many years ago, I picked it up again like a duck to water. So much easier than knitting - I can do that too. lutzcats at yahoo dotcom

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  32. Bronze - thinking it would be easier to find! lutzcats at yahoo dotcom

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  33. I learned to crotchet a long time ago. Haven't made anything lately, but just may have to now! :)

    Sandy A

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  34. I LOVE the red bronze! Sooo cute! Kkintzler@gmail.com

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  35. Yes I have crocheted before. In fact I was a kid when I learned how. I'm not telling how long ago that was. πŸ˜ƒ
    Russhill@beecreek.net

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  36. My mother taught me to crochet when I was 14 years old and I have been crocheting ever since - over 45 years! Kkintzler@gmail.com

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  37. The scissors are lovely! I always manage to have a crochet project going - good to have during quilting breaksπŸ™‚

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  38. I like the red bronze although they are all gorgeous.
    russhill@beecreek.net

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  39. I used to crochet was I was a lot younger. It's very easy but I found out that I enjoy quilting a lot more.

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  40. Silver or gold - they are beautiful!

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  41. I would love to learn to crochet and make blankets for Project Linus.

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  42. I used to crochet until I picked up Quilting! But can always use a pair of scissors for my quilting!

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  43. The red bronze are stunning! As are all of them!

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  44. a friend tried to teach me to crochet years ago I decided it was not for me. Silver is my choice.

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  45. I have tried it, but id prefer to sew :)

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  46. Love the gold scissors as the lovely patterning on the scissors shows so well.

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  47. I have tried to crochet, just the "simple" chain that can be used to attach things. Was somewhat successful. It's another practice makes progress activity.

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  48. I taught myself to crochet when I was around 12 or 13. I wanted to make something for my mom for Christmas. I believe she still has that "unsquare" potholder after 35+ years. ��
    Djbcecil@gmail.com

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  49. I have been crocheting since I was about 13 but have not done much lately. I have a couple of projects that I should get back to.

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  50. The red bronze scissors are beautiful.

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  51. Tried but didn't like crochet. I'm a knitter.

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  52. I've tried to crochet a few times, but I'm not very good at it!

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  53. I used to crochet a lot, until quilting and knitting took over. Anything from blankets, to shawls, to doilies. Loved the filigree work.

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  54. Hard to choose which is my favorite, but red bronze is really nice!

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  55. I like the gold, seems the most dramatic and shows the handles best.(unless the one you have is a different, love that dark handle color-internet colors fool you some times.

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  56. I learned to crochet as a teenager I believe--but once I learned how to knit--I prefer to knit for some reason--but still now and then--out comes the crochet hooks!!
    enjoy the moments, di

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  57. Ahh--I think I would love those red bronze ones--they are delightfully different--
    keep enjoying those moments, di

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  58. I learned to crochet from my mom when I was a little girl. I'm working on cotton dish cloths for Christmas gifts right now!

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  59. I am left handed and learned how to crochet around 8 years old. But, I learned by looking at a book in front of a mirror. As Im left handed. And did I take off. I crocheted ponchos and you name it. My 4th grade teacher was so impressed...

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  60. My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was a child - just as she taught me to sew at a young age!

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  61. I really enjoy crochet. I am currently working on a Mickey Mouse hat for my nephew's Halloween costume.

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  62. Yes, you should give crochet a try. You may find it relaxing. I made baby blankets years (decades) ago and even tried my hand at table lace for small projects like mason jar lid covers...great for gifting home made goods. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  63. Such pretty scissors! I think that I would choose the silver.

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  64. I definitely love the red bronze. I don't know that I've ever seen that before. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  65. Red Bronze, of course!!!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  66. I did crochet a long time ago. I now have arthritic hands so it's not as easy. But I do quilt and hand stitch a lot!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  67. I visited their shop and I like the gold ones. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  68. Well...my mother has crocheted forever. She tried to teach me when I was around 9 or 10 and I couldn't get past a chain stitch. So no, I am not a crocheter. My mother would love these scissors, though. I'll keep it in mind for a Christmas gift for her. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  69. I have tried crochet and knitting a couple of times but cannot get into either. That much repetition drives me crazy!

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  70. The scissors are beautiful! I Will have to say the bronzer my favorite (followed closely by the silver pair.)

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  71. yes I have crocheted, all of my children's first blankets and other projects....but quilting is definitely where I am at

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  72. I have crocheted since I was in grade school. I even talk my younger brother to crochet before he went to kindergarten.

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  73. The red bronze scissors are the neatest!

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  74. By grandmother taught me to crochet. She could look at something and then go home and make it without using a pattern.

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  75. I have 2 baby blankets that I need to get finished for mid November but haven't tried anything with shaping

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  76. I was BIG into crochet in college in the 1970s.

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  77. I have crocheted many afghans in the past.

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  78. I like the gold scissors. Thank you for the giveaway

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  79. Yess when I was a teanager... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  80. Bronze please... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  81. I visited the shop and like the bronze. Though they are all very pretty!

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  82. My Grandmother taught me to crochet when I was about 8 and was spending my normal 2 weeks with her in the summer. I crocheted afghans until about 8 years ago when I developed Carpal Tunnel. Now, I very seldom even try. It is actually easy to learn Melissa and I think you would really enjoy it. I hope that someday you do give it a try, it is also so relaxing making all of these wonderful warm gifts while watching television or sitting and visiting.

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  83. After looking carefully, I will choose the Gold scissors. Yet, they are all so beautiful. I feel these would be so helpful in quilting and in my hand embroidery. So thank you so much for the opportunity to win these beautiful scissors! Have a great day!

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  84. I like to dabble in crochet from time to time.

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  85. I have tried to crochet. I really want to be good at it. I'm hoping one day it will just click. Until then, I'll keep quilting.

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  86. I love to crochet! It's great to have handwork to carry with me. LOL

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  87. All of the scissors are beautiful, but I like the silver best!

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  88. I would pick the red bronze, but all are equally beautiful.

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  89. I've never tried to crochet. Have enough craft addictions, thanks! ;)

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  90. I can crochet a single edge on a blanket...very slowly.

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  91. I love the red bronze. I've been eyeing these scissors for awhile now. They're beautiful.

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  92. I have tried to crochet - actually had to for Home Ec in school. Everything I made came unraveled . . .

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  93. I crocheted when I was in elementary school, but couldn't do it now if I tried! trotskyn@att.net

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  94. Loving the red bronze! trotskyn@att.net

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  95. I love to crochet almost as much as I like to quilt!

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  96. I like the silver one best - it reminds me of the 'tussie mussie" that held my bridal bouquet.

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  97. I have crocheted in the past but it has been a long time. I never did enough to get my tension right. I would love to learn though. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  98. The red-bronze are my favorite. Beautiful scissors!
    Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  99. I am knitter and never had tried to crochet!

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  100. Yes I have crochet since a child. My mother taught me.rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  101. I love the red bronze. rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  102. LOVE these Beautiful Scissors! My Favorite is the Silver! Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  103. Yes, I've crocheted most of my life! Still making crocheted baby afghans for charity+gifting too! Thanks for a pretty Giveaway !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  104. I have tried to crochet several times, but I don't do well with keeping my stitches even, and I get impatient. I can do a reaaaalllllllllyyyyyyyy long single chain with finger crocheting. :)

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  105. I love the red bronze set, but they are all really pretty!

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  106. I tried learning to crochet a few years ago. I have one specific pattern I really want to do, which is why I attempted to learn. I tried a bit, then got sidetracked with other things like one of my boys moving back home with his family and at that time, our 2 month old granddaughter. I was too busy playing Grandma and spoiling her every single day so I never did finish.

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  107. I have tried & tried numerous times to crochet but I never seem to end up with what I'm supposed to. Then it gets put aside or pulled out & never gets finished.
    lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  108. I'm definitely a red person, so it would have to be the red bronze. They look beautiful. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  109. When I was 9 years old my mom taught me to crochet... everyone in our family got a huge pillow (my aunt still has all the ones I made her!!)

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  110. These scissors are gorgeous!!! I love the silver but they are all so very classy!

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  111. I have tried to crochet a few times. I am not good at it--not enough time with my pile of fabric to practice I suppose!!

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  112. They are all gorgeous!! I think I like the Bronze the best!!

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  113. I love to crochet- especially fine, lacy doilies. My great grandmother taught me when I was very young. Thanks great Grandma!

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  114. Those scissors are stunning. I thought for sure that the silver would be my choice but the red bronze have stolen my heart.♥️

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  115. I think I tried crochet when I was a kid, but never really got into it. Now I'm so excited about quilting that I think I shouldn't get any new hobbies! But those lovely scissors would have lots of uses in a quilter's sewing room.

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  116. I visited the website and the Bronze scissors are my favorite.

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  117. T thought it would be great to learn - mother and grandmother both crocheted with thread beautiful mats, runners, bed covering, etc. Tried an afghan because it was portable - I thought - and it turned out uneven and crooked but it is very warm.

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  118. The scissors are beautiful - think I like the red bronze the best.

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  119. I tried to Crochet but .... my stitches are always uneven, mostly too tight. I am a little OCD, so it just does not work for me. There are some sweet patterns out there though and I am envious of those that have the patience.
    I have at least 12 crochet hooks, and many sizes of knitting needles too. Inherited of course. One day they will find a good home, or I can force my grand daughters to learn πŸ˜¬πŸ˜ΆπŸ€“πŸ˜‘

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  120. Yup! I love having a crochet project on the couch--unless I'm binding a quilt!

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  121. The scissors are beautiful and so intricate! I think I like the silver ones the best!

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  122. I've tried to crochet but I struggled with maintaining the correct gauge throughout - I ended up with a very wavy crocheted blanket! I'm going to try again as I'd love to make a crocheted amigurumi pear or apple!

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  123. I'd love to receive a pair of these scissors. Everyone comments on how sharp and comfortable they are - plus they are beautiful!

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  124. I've tried crochet decades ago and failed big time! If I didn't have so many quilts on my to do list I might take another stab at it.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  125. Like the bronze the best!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  126. I've tried to crochet, but I just can't seem to get the hang of it. I can knit, no problem, but not crochet.

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  127. My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was eight years old. I used to crochet a lot, but now I prefer quilting.

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  128. My grandmother also taught me how to crocet, but I prefer quilting. Those scissors are beautiful.

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  129. Yes I tried crochet in Junior High and High School but now it's my DIL who is the prolific one. She is self taught and has made amazing items. :)
    (robinr@kleinnest.com)

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  130. I was shown many, many years ago how to but never really "practiced" and now am totally oblivious as to how to do it.

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  131. All the colors are pretty, but I think the Red Bronze is the best.

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  132. Oh yes, I used to crochet...until I learned to quilt, that is!

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  133. I haven't tried crochet but there's still time for me to learn!

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  134. I especially like the Red Bronze!

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  135. I visited Warm Crochet. My favourite scissors are silver.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  136. I crochet every so often, but my projects are simple!

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  137. I visited Warm Crochet and I liked the bronze best. Now, back to Warm Crochet to explore!

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  138. I can't decide which color I would like so I'm picking bronze because I see a thread cutter peeking out the side of that picture and I have that thread cutter :)
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  139. I do not crochet. I think I may have tried once, maybe just a chain.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  140. I crochet sometimes. Usually, I crochet when I find something I want to make or find some yarn on sale I just love. I just got some minky yarn that I am making my GMIL a shawl for christmas.

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  141. I love the gold scissors. Just something about that color I love.

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  142. I love to crochet and usually have a project going to take in the car. I find it a bit more portable than quilting.

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  143. I love both the gold and the bronze scissors.

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  144. I crocheted years ago when I was young and starting my family. Now it's strictly quilting!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  145. Pretty scissors. Red bronze is different and lovely!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  146. crocheting was my first craft! I just bought more yarn yesterday to make a sweater for my daughter too, I love that crochet is so portable!

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  147. I love the red bronze scissors. Thank you!

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  148. My great grandmother taught me to crochet when I was 10 years old and even though I don't crochet as often as I used too, I never seem to forget. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  149. My sister taught me to knit, and I made a scarf and then never touched it again. I've decided I'm not allowed to pick up any other crafting beyond what I already do, because I don't have the space for the supplies!

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  150. My Nana taught me to crochet, many years ago. I don't do much , too busy quilting ;)

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  151. I can crochet some, but it actually gets on my nerves to do it for long. I had much rather sew. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  152. Definitely Silver Thanks for the chance.

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  153. I tried crochet back in the day when Granny Squares were all the rage.

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  154. I learned to crochet when I was 11 in the summer of 1971
    I love crochet

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  155. My mom showed me crochet and I am too type A or sensory/tactile that I was annoyed by holding only 1 thing in 1 hand. It didn't feel balanced. But Knitting and I were a better fit.

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  156. I prefer the rose bronze. Thank you.

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  157. Ack! I thought I'd never get to the bottom of the comments! Sweet scissors! I love them! -Jean

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  158. Those are so cute! I love the red bronze one. Thanks!

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  159. Back in the day, I crocheted a pretty pink and blue shell stitch baby blanket. :)

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  160. I crocheted many years ago while in college.

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  161. Love the red bronze scissors. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  162. Love the red bronze scissors. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  163. I learned to crochet from my grandmother over 55 years ago. I just crocheted two kitchen towel holders for my DIL.

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  164. I made a blanket with a huge crochet needle; it was quick and easy, and a lot of fun to have a finished project without much skill on my part.

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  165. The silver scissors are my favorite as they look so "old timey".

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  166. I learned to crochet when I was young (age 10-11). I have crocheted off and on for over 50 years.

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  167. I like the red bronze scissors.

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  168. Yes, I used to crochet and knit before I found quilting!

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  169. So, so hard to choose. The red bronze is very pretty, but so is the silver,and the gold. I would be happy with any of them! Beautiful scissors!

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  170. I do crochet a little(self-taught) so not very good at it. Would love to learn how to correctly.

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  171. The scissors are all pretty, but my pick is the bronze. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  172. I crochet alot..mostly afghans, scarves & dishrags. I enjoy it very much & love giving as gifts. It's relaxing too. You should try..it becomes addictive tho...giggle.

    Thank you for chance to win your give-a-way too! :)

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  173. Love the Red Bronze scissors best! All of them are Beautiful!

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  174. I have done a little crochet--an afghan with the broomstick lace pattern.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  175. The red bronze scissors are my favorite.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  176. I crochet a dog sweater and an afghan for my husband before I found quilting.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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

Melissa