Tuesday, October 31, 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 a Farmers Daughter Jelly Roll  from Shabby Fabrics is . . .   Number #9 . . . Congrats Emily C. !!!   I have emailed you :)        

   


  
And on to today's


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


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

You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.   Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me a favorite Halloween tradition.  (I'm asking because we "accidentally" broke one this year and didn't carve pumpkins, oops ;)  

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

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, November 7th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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230 comments:

  1. We do not celebrate much Halloween.It is celebrated in school.

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  2. I´ve just follow Lou Lou´s Fabric Shop.

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  3. Now that I’m a grandmother, its just enjoying the kids, giving them the treats!! Thank you!
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  4. My favorite Halloween tradition is making extra special treat bags for my niece and nephew - filled with crafts, books and a few goodies! Seeing their faces light up melts my heart <3

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  5. And I already follow LouLou's on Instagram. That's how I knew about the giveaway! :)

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  6. We don't have kids so we don't do much for Halloween usually, but this year we carved a pumpkin and are planning to hand out candy!

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  7. I follow LouLou on Pinterest and Instagram!

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  8. My favorite Halloween tradition is just answering that doorbell and handing out the candy with my witches hat on, and seeing all those cute little munchkins in their awesome costumes. I just get a real kick out of it.

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  9. We paint pumpkins instead of carving them. No pumpkin guts for us!

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  10. Trick or Treaters, one candy for them one for me and repeat...
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  11. I follow LouLou's on IG, _bosissy
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  12. My favorite Halloween tradition is making decorated sugar cookies.
    rozz01 at cox dot net

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  13. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on FB. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  14. Putting out old fashion halloween decorations. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  15. Decorating the house and passing out candy to trick or treaters is our favorite tradition! Halloween is spoken here!

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  16. I follow LouLou's on IG and I follow you too Melissa!

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  17. Hocus Pocus is one of my choices. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  18. I love watching the neighborhood children dress up and come to the door asking for treats. So fun to see their smiles.

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  19. I follow LouLou's on instagram and I look forward to her Tuesday bundles! Our tradition, when our kids were home, was carving pumpkins into Jack O Lanterns.....this year it was just decorating with a new Halloween table runner and tea towel. A little more laid back....not sure where October went!

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  20. Our family enjoys fun with food for many holidays. Today we had jack o lantern pumpkin spice pancakes for breakfast. Tonight will be mummy pizza braids for dinner.

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  21. I love watching my grandkids get dressed up on Halloween πŸŽƒ

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  22. I follow Lou Lou’s blog and their web page!!! πŸŽƒ

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  23. We always go to a Halloween party at uncle James' house!

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  24. My favourite Halloween tradition is just handing out treats to the little (and not so little) tricker treaters!

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  25. I'm following Lou Lou's on Pinterest.

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  26. We like to make chili, have my parents over, and sit on the front porch and hand out candy.

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  27. Loved the falling leaves bundle at Lou Lou's. Sold out darn it!!

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  28. We have our annual party on Halloween and that has become our tradition��

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  29. My favorite Halloween tradition is buying the candy for the trick or treaters early, and then buying it again right before the big event because the first batch has somehow magically disappeared.

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  30. We are sporadic with our pumpkin carving too. We always have lights on at the front door ready for trick or treaters.

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  31. We carve pumpkins. (We skipped one year too)

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  32. Carving pumpkins and roasting the seeds was my tradition for years.

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  33. I follow Lou Lou's on Pinterest.

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  34. Sandy is from my hometown so I am excited to have a chance to win this fabric, thank you!

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  35. we have been having a bonfire every year

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  36. My favorite tradition was growing up.... throwing dried corn on people's porches the night before Halloween.
    Susie

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  37. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.
    Susie

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  38. I give out candy and we decorate two weeks before.

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  39. I follow them on instagram with the name shroomfrog

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  40. We don't do Halloween anymore. We live in the country... 😊

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  41. We have a Halloween board game that was printed on a fabric panel, basically like Chutes & Ladders but you land in graveyards and spooky houses. Our now-grown daughter still insists on playing it every year!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  42. Love, love, love the Lou Lou's bundles! Don't have a Halloween quilt yet so I need to win this one! Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  43. carving pumpkins and roasting the seeds - I love seeing the wee ones when them come trick or treating

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  44. I have a new one, we have a costume dance at the Upper Snake River Valley Dog Training Club October agility trial. It is so much fun, I hope they keep it up year after year.

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  45. I visit Lou Lou's quite often.

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  46. Follow Lou Lou's on IG, then wander over to their website.

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  47. I do like to carve at least one pumpkin, if only for the seeds to roast.

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  48. I always go to the Hallowe'en breakfast my walking group has. Almost everyone comes in costume.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  49. My favorite is getting together with family and seeing all the kids in there costumes as they get ready to go trick or treating.

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  50. I'm following Lou Lou's blog.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  51. Hanging our Halloween quilt in the hallway for everyone to enjoy!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  52. I follow Lou Lou’s on Instagram.

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  53. I always watch all the old movies, Hocus Pocus,Practical Magic etc!

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  54. It happens, that breaking a tradition. My favorite one WAS and we messed up this year too. Taking the kids BEFORE school to my parents house so that the grandpa Could see the kids in their costumes. We will have to do it afterschool. Also you can still carve fall themed pumpkins tomorrow, no faces but maybe leaves instead

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  55. I love handing out candy on Halloween, and carving out a pumpkin. Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!!

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  56. Love the Somersault Quilt Kit at Lou Lous!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  57. I follow Lou Lou on FB! trotskyn@att.net

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  58. My favorite Halloween tradition is sending my nieces Halloween treats of some sort...even if they are in their twenties now! trotskyn@att.net

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  59. I love decorating for Halloween since it's my favorite time of year.

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  60. We don't do much for halloween. However 4 years ago we moved to Tuscaloosa, AL, and our new church has a fall harvest party on halloween which is fun for adults and children. So this has become a new tradition for us. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  61. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop blog. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  62. Trick or treating is my favorite!

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  63. We trick or treat with our Grandkids.

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  64. We are really big on costumes, generally the whole family is in the same theme. The youngest broke that tradition this year because she didn't want to be one of the characters from our game (though I still want to make her Wizgille sometime) but I still made her costume and she's still awesome.

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  65. I love that Hometown Christmas Check.

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  66. we visit a local farm for a ride to the pumpkin patch

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  67. My favorite Halloween tradition is to make caramel popcorn. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  68. I hang up my Halloween wall hangings, and set out a dish full of candy corn and peanut butter M & M's. It is a great combination!

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  69. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram and Facebook.

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  70. I always buy a bag of candy for Trick or Treaters, "just in case". We live in a hilly neighborhood and we usually get very few kids...only a few of the little ones sometimes. My DH gives me a bad time because he teases me about buying it for myself, but I want to be ready, Just in Case!

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  71. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook.

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  72. I make a caramelized apple cake, with caramel swiss meringue buttercream.

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  73. I showed love to Lou Lou's Fabric shop by following on Facebook. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  74. My husband will wait till the trick or treaters knock and after they say trick or treat, he will shout "Smell my feet!" They always get a chuckle out of that one.

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  75. I just adore pulling the decorations out of the box from storage for the year, I miss them more than I do the Christmas decorations when they are put away. ~

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  76. I have always made homemade costumes for my children and grandchildren. Just like my mother did!

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  77. I don't have much Halloween traditions, but I hand out goodies to the trick or treaters.

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  78. We live in a rural area so we don't have trick or treaters. Only my three grandchildren come by to show off their costumes.

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  79. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.

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  80. when the kids were younger, I made their Halloween costumes. They got to pick what costume and the fabrics. Some of those were interesting. We never decorated with ghosts, witches and bats, etc. We did get together with friends who were of like mind and we had a special party for the kids. They loved it until they got into high school and then wanted to do their own thing. They would get together and plan their own party at one of our houses. Turned out to be a lot of fun and great responsibility for them.

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  81. Fall Festival and Trunk or Treat at schools .

    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  82. I follow Lou Lou on FB
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  83. Recipient of Lou Lou’s email and follow via Bloglovin. thank you

    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot(com)

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  84. Hay Ride to the Pumpkin Patch to pick out our Pumpkins.

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  85. I follow Lou Lou's on Pinterest and Instagram.

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  86. We decorate the outside of our home with spooky full size, talking Halloween figures and such. It's fun to see the reaction of the kids (and parents) as they decide whether to walk through the spooky scene to the front door to get candy.

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  87. My main Halloween tradition is to turn off all the lights and go hide in the basement and sew on something quilty!

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  88. I love to hand wrap all the goodies for the young trick or treaters. My husband gives out the goodies while I take pictures.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  89. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook and twitter.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  90. our town has a Halloween parade after school. This year it is snowing so it will be cold! Hot chocolate for everyone when we get home!!!

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  91. Followed Lou Lou's on Pinterest!

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  92. Love the pumpkin quilt kit. It's awesome!

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  93. Halloween is my holiday! I love wearing a pumpkin necklace that I got as a kid... it's a million years old, but it comes out every year!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

    PS - same e-mail for the above comment.... doh!

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  94. I enjoy decorating the house for Halloween each year.

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  95. We carve pumpkins and bake pumpkin seeds! I like to make costumes for anyone who needs one!

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  96. I checked out the shop and love the Sweetwaters Stars and Stripe Kit!

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  97. We didn’t carve our pumpkin either☹️ I love to make special treat bags for our tricker treaters!!

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  98. I follow Lou Lou’s Fabric via fb!

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  99. I pack Halloween themed lunches for my boys the week before Halloween. They never know what they’ll going to get when they open them!

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  100. Do not celebrate Halloween. Love fall though :)

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  101. I don't do anything special for Halloween anymore. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  102. My hubby loves Halloween. When the kids were little they always carved a jack o'lantern. I usually handed out candy (and ate my share.)

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  103. It’s been a long time since I’ve done anything Halloweenie. My daughters all grown up and so are all the neighborhood kids! It’s just become a good excuse for splurging on a favorite treat, knowing I get to eat it all.

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  104. We use to have great Halloween traditions for the 300-400 children that we had trick-or-treating at our door. Then we moved and we are in an area where there just aren't any children, so our house is dark - makes my husband sad.

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  105. I follow Lou Lou's blog and check them out on pintrest

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  106. I always set out three different sized pumpkins-not real-but look real & wonderful on my front porch! Thank you, Susan

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  107. We don't really celebrate Halloween anymore but I am loving those cute Dunkin Donut spiders this time of year. They are so clever. If you haven't seen them, you must check them out. My son is away in college and has a fear of spiders. If he was closer to home, I honestly would take a dozen of those spider donuts to him! elanagoldberg5@hotmail.com

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  108. I follow Lou Lou's blog already, thanks.

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  109. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric shop on Facebook & Instagram! Thank you, Susan

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  110. I teach at an elementary school and my favorite tradition is the Halloween parade. The kids love it and look so cute and happy.

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  111. My son and I always dreamed up creative costumes for him and then I would make them. Mostly we did this when he was young, but also a few times when he was in college so he could go to costume parties.

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  112. Love the LouLou Bundle ~ Autumn Antlers in LouLou's shop.

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  113. The new Creekside Charm Pack over at Lou Lou's website looks lovely!

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  114. I don't have any of my own in particular but I grew up in a small village and we always made sure to go out of our way for Mrs. Horton's homemade fudge on Halloween.

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  115. We always have candy ready to pass out to trick-or-treaters.

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  116. Yum! What a super fun jelly roll! Love Hocus Pocus;-D
    My kids are grown so now I get to carve pumpkins and go trick -or-treating with my young grandson.

    Awesome giveaway!

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

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  117. I’m a follower of LouLou’s Fabric Shop on IG (@usairdoll) and have been by to give them some love ❤️

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

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  118. When the kids were young, we enjoyed the whole costume and trick or treating fun.

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  119. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric shop on Facebook.

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  120. Thank you for picking me! I love those prints.
    My favorite tradition is the carving of pumpkins, but we rarely do it anymore. We don't have a porch to put them on and I can't put out real pumpkins at work. Too big, too much in the way, etc.

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  121. My tradition was to make my kids costumes, an then my grandkids costumes. This year neither. I kind of miss it, but I did raise them to be independent- and they are.

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  122. We don't celebrate Halloween now, but we use to give out candy to the trick or treaters.

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  123. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on Facebook.

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  124. We decorate inside and out with fun Halloween lights and dΓ©cor. I always give out candy with some kind of trinket, like bat rings or witch necklaces. Now my grandsons come by to trick or treat as well!

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  125. I visit LouLou's to check out her bundle. They are very well thought out and I've purchased before too!

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  126. My "Halloween tradition" is making my own costume - I started that at a very early age.

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  127. Lots of orange lights for me! I luv Halloween and that jelly roll. You have a great shop! tthompson@marshall.k12.il.us. --Tracey

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  128. For years we carved pumpkins and stocked up on candy for any trick or treaters. But the number of trick or treaters decreased each year, with no one showing up for the last few years. So now we just do a stew or soup in a pumpkin shell for dinner for the two of us. Trying a new one each year. Still searching for the perfect recipe.

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  129. Following LouLou’s Fabric Shop on Instagram

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  130. My favorite Halloween tradition is making halloween cookies with my granddaughter. Happy Halloween everyone!

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  131. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook, and I left them a comment on Hocus Pocus. What fun fabric!

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  132. That Christmas check bundle is awfully tempting!

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  133. We don't really have any Halloween traditions, but I love seeing my kiddos come up with their own costumes now that they're older. They're so creative!

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  134. The only thing we do regularly on Halloween (besides answer the door for trick-or-treaters, of course) is Watch “Young Frankenstein”. My mom died on Halloween a number of years ago, and it is hard to get past that sometimes...

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  135. I hope we've started a new tradition this year: going trick or treating with some new neighbors who have become friends.

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  136. I follow Loulou on Instagram.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  137. My favorite tradition is hanging all of my Halloween quilts and getting out lots of "scary" decorations.
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  138. We don't celebrate the Halloween, only children have some school parties

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  139. We always dress up and for the first time this year we actually carved pumpkins. Usually I buy them and we carve them a few weeks later. Another new one for us this year that I'd like to keep is that we came home and played games hoping for trick-or-treaters--we got 2. Loved the games though!

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  140. I always make scarecrows to set up somewhere. This year they were part of the quiltshow.

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  141. I popped over to the shop, they have lots of gorgeous bundles. I particularly like the A Little Sweetness bundle for Riley Blake. Thank you for great giveaway. x

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  142. Halloween isn't so big in England as in the U.S.A. but we do always carve a large pumpkin to put outside. My favourite thing is eating any leftover sweets. x

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  143. Eating candy is my only Halloween tradition! :-) Enjoy your day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  144. I follow Lou Lou's by email. They sure have cute things! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  145. We don't really celebrate Halloween. I do go buy leftover candy at 50% off the day after.

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  146. I follow Lou Lou's on IG and facebook

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  147. I decorate for Halloween, but my kids are grown and we don't get any trick or treaters where we live. Thanks for the giveaway, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  148. I follow LouLou's on FB and IG. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  149. In my sister's small Cotswold (UK) village the children follow a 'spooky walk' along with their parents to look at all the carved pumpkins and decorations. This is followed by sausages and hot drinks for all. My niece and nephew love it!

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  150. I have always decorated my front porch for Halloween.

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  151. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric shop on Facebook.

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  152. As the kids have aged out of halloween, so have our pumpkin carving tradition. But we do have a funny hat we wear to answer the door for the trick or treaters.

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  153. It's not Halloween if Elvis the Pelvis isn't hanging out on the front porch. Elvis is a skeleton made out of plastic milk jugs that our family made 25 years ago.

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  154. I get photos of my grandkids all dressed up and send them to all the family spread over the country - so cute to compare photos from years past!

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  155. I used to decorate our entire kitchen island: black fabric (w/various things underneath for dif display heights) topped with all kinds of creepy candies in jars and bowls, string lights all around and always a cauldron of bubbling dry ice. I began working on it the minute I got home from dropping the kids off for school on the morning of Halloween and would spend most of the day perfecting it! The kids couldn’t wait to get home to see what Mom fixed up every year. The room would be dark but for the pumpkin lights glowing, dry ice smoking and creepy music going. They are all too old now but it’s definitely become a favorite “Remember when Mom...” conversation.

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  156. One of our favorite Halloween traditions is going to the pumpkin patch, and each person picking their favorite pumpkin. I love decorating with them, and love that everyone has chosen one.

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  157. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on Pinterest.

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  158. My favorite are the long conversations about costumes and what the little ones will be for the special day.

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  159. I love LouLou's bundles they put together.

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  160. I love the companionship of family getting together and watching the little ones enjoy their holiday.

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  161. My husband and I always pick up our granddaughters from school, help them get dressed for Hallowe'en and pass out treats to the kids. We haven't missed a year yet!

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  162. I love handing out candy and seeing all the little kids dressed up. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  163. I following lou lou on facebook and visit their shop almost daily to see their daily deals. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  164. Loved getting dressed up as a kid. Now my husband and I wear decorated orange t-shirts when answering the door. Mine has a jack-o-lantern appliqued on and his has a large bat with red bead eyes.

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  165. I love pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting,and candy corn mixed with popcorn.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  166. I visited the shop and really like the "Wildflowers" kit--the weekly Lou Lou's bundles are also tempting.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  167. I think we just created a new one... My boyfriend went to my sister's house to beat my sister and nieces coming home from trick-or-treating and scared my nieces! (With their parents' blessing) and it was sooooooooo funny!

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  168. Our Halloween tradition is going to a pumpkin patch to decorate our front porch for the season and making white candy popcorn to eat.

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  169. I visited their shop, I like their Lou Lou Bundles - Line Dried. Looks like it's sold out now from an Instagram Quilt Along. It is nice.

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  170. I did not do a whole lot of Halloweening this year. We were away for the weekend. But we did go kayaking and that was fun for a Fall activity.

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  171. For Halloween we love to see our great grand children in their costumes, and how excited they are. Our days of trick-or-treating are over, but their Grandma, (our daughter) has taken up the job, along with their parents. Such fun to see a fun tradition continued within our family! I remember what fun Halloween was for me as a child! : )

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  172. Trick-or-treating at Grandpa's house

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  173. We have a tradition in my family--a pumpkin carving party! It started with just family, but has grown into family, friends, & neighbors. We have prizes for best pumpkins in several different categories. I think this year was our 27th year of doing it!

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  174. I still decorate for Halloween on the inside and outside of the house. I am single with no kids or grand kids. I just like to decorate for all holidays. My mother did and I help her a lot in decorating. I already have my Thanksgiving decorations on the mantles and Thanksgiving dish towels hanging on the stove.

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

Melissa