Tuesday, November 14, 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 I've Got the Blues Peach Blossoms fat quarter collection  from Four Peaches Fabric  (Who just so happens to have the new Abby Lane patterns on Pre-order, the only shop with this access )  is . . .   Number #150 . . . Congrats Vicki in MN!!!   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!!!     And did you know they have a 24 Hour Flash Sale every day with 2 Flash Sales on Tuesdays!!  You will find some amazing deals there ;)

24 Hour Flash Sales at the Fat Quarter Shop!


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a Beautiful Farmer's Daughter Jelly Roll by Lella Botique for Moda to one lucky winner!!!  I just love this line, in fact, I shared a quilt just last Friday, that I used making this same Jelly Roll.  So fun!!! 




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

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me if you were (or are) a Farmer's Daughter, what farm chore would be your favorite or least favorite.  

 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, November 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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360 comments:

  1. I follow FQS on facebook and IG - love them!

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  2. I am not a farmer's daughter, but i would think my least favorite would have to do with cleaning stalls!

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  3. I'm not (nor ever have been) a farmer's daughter, but I married a guy who was a farm hand all through high school and college. I have no idea what his least-favorite chore was, but I think he liked the field work more than the barn chores. ajdepue2@gmail.com

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  4. What pretty fabric. I do not think that I would want to butcher chickens. Yuck- how could you eat pets???

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  5. I get FQS newsletter- emails really.

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  6. I'm not a farmer's daughter and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't enjoy many of the chores. I think gardening and canning is probably what I would enjoy most. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on instagram.

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  8. I didn't live on a farm but lived in the country. We had a vegetable garden every year. I hated shelling butter beans and picking strawberries.

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  9. I'm a semi-farm girl. We raise laying chickens (8 hens and one fantastic rooster). They are my chickens! LOL! Hubby does the gardening.

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  10. I always wanted to live on a farm, but I grew up just outside of LA. In college I spent some time grooming horses. It was relaxing just to spend some quiet time with the horses.

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  11. If I were a farmer's daughter, I wouldn't be a fan of anything in the cold! I'd have to either be in a warm climate or responsible for inside chores only during the winter!

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  12. I follow FQS on FB, IG, and Pinterest!

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  13. I am not a farmers daughter but I grew up watching Little House and always wanted to collect eggs.

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  14. I follow FQS on FB and Pinterest.

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  15. I am not a Farmers Daughter, but my mother was!

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  16. If I were a farmers daughter I would be in charge of decorating the front porch of the idyllic farmhouse using all the ideas gleaned from Pinterest and IG!

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  17. I am a farmer's granddaughter, but I didn't live close enough to participate in a lot of farm chores. I never envied my cousins who had to help change the water in the early morning though.

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  18. I don't think I would like getting up at o'dark thirty to milk cows, if I was a farmers daughter.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  19. I follow FQS on Facebook, blog and newsletter, don't want to miss anything!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  20. A rotating mat is on my wish list at FQS.

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  21. I follow FQS on Facebook, read their blog and receive their newsletter- I also make sure to check their Flash Sale daily. I show them love frequently with my credit card.

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  22. If I was a farmers daughter I would tend to the chickens .This line of fabric is gorgeous thanks for the chance

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  23. I would love to feed the animals and smell the hay early in the day!

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  24. My favorite chore would be collecting the eggs, my least favorite would be...mucking the barns...

    Cindy Brown cindybquilts@yahoo.com

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  25. I follow on Instagram and receive emails

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  26. I follow FQS Jolly Jabber on BlogLovin. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  27. No Farmer's Daughter here. I'd think shovelling manure would be the worst job!

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  28. I'm a farmer's granddaughter on both sides. My favorite chore would be making bread or pies; least favorite would be anything involving livestock manure. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  29. I follow FQS on Bloglovin and Youtube

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  30. Love the farmers daughter but am not one in real life :)

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  31. I get the fat quarter shop newsletter and they are my second shop most frequently ordered from.

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  32. I am not a farmer's daughter, but my least favorite chore would be mucking stalls!

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  33. Whohooo I am so happy I won last weeks cute fabric! Now I know why-there is a giraffe on there-I love griaffes. Yes I was a farmer's daughter and I hated feeding/sorting the pigs!!

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  34. I was a farmer's daughter and hated scooping the manure out of the pens.

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  35. I follow Fat Quarter on Facebook and Instagram. I love seeing the new things they have in their shop. They're always so fast to ship my orders out.

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  36. If I were a farmers daughter my favorite chore would be gardening

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  37. If I Were a Farmer's Daughter, My favorite chore would be to pick the vegetables & weed the gardens, collect the eggs and love the beagles! Fun Stuff!

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  38. My least favourite would be cleaning out the barn ... yeck!

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  39. I follow the Fat Quarter shop at FB as well as many other ways~

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  40. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, receive their emails and check out there 24 hour flash sale daily!

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  41. We worked on a dairy farm and I enjoyed milking the cows. THE jersey cows where my favourites. We had one named honey.

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  42. I think I'd hate mucking out stalls the most, but I bet there are even less appealing tasks I can't even imagine!

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  43. I follow fqs on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks!

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  44. I'm the granddaughter of a farmer. I liked feeding the cows in the barn.

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  45. I follow FQS many ways, newsletter, blog, youtube.

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  46. If I were a farmer's daughter, I would love collecting the chicken eggs. Thank you!

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  47. I am always checking out FQ Shop's sales. I am following Jolly Jabber on bloglovin. Thank you!

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  48. I am a farmer's daughter. I enjoy taking care of our chickens and working in the gardens and berry patches : ) This fabric is beautiful!

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  49. Though I am not a farmers daughter i would like to collect veggies or eggs.

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  50. I’m not a farmer’s daughter even tho I️ grew up surrounded by cotton, peanut, and corn fields!!! My less favorite farm chore would definitely be anything that would require me to wake up early and get out of my very warm bed.

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  51. My least favorite would be anything having to do with manure. Feeding the animals would probably be my favorite.

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  52. I'm a farmers granddaughter and I always enjoyed putting up hay. rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  53. never was but would have loved it. I am a country girl

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  54. I follow them on Bloglovin, get their newsletter and subscribe to their youtube channel. rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  55. I am not a farmer's daughter but I love the cows, just not the manure.

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  56. I follow FQS by newsletter, FB and I think on IG.

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  57. I just visited the Fat Quarter Shop to see the Flash Sales. They have a great selection of Jolly Bars -- I like Creekside and Flower Mill.

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  58. If I were a farmers daughter I would want to take care of the farm cats. The only problem is that I would keep them so well fed that they wouldn’t do their job of taking care of the mice!

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  59. Not a farmer girl at all! I would not like any chore where I would get dirty. Well, that rules out just about all of them! :)

    Sandy A

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  60. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook and their blog through Bloglovin.

    Sandy A

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  61. Least favorite chore would have to be chicken coop cleanout--- I'm slightly afraid of chickens (actually birds in general) in small quarters!

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  62. I follow FQS on Pinterest, IG, and bloglovin!

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  63. I'm not a farmer's daughter, not sure if i would like any of their chores.

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  64. My favorite chore was to weed the vegetable garden which took a day to do.

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  65. All my female cousins were farmer's daughters. At the time they were growing up, they led poor, but happy lives. Almost anything would be better than cleaning up the pigs. Driving the tractor was very fun for me when I visited every summer.

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  66. I was a farmer's daughter - I loved gathering eggs from the chickens - my sister and I used to leave a few hoping we would get baby chicks. - The one I hated was when we had to pluck the chickens - yekko

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  67. Not a father's daughter, but wish I were. I would probably not like the mucking. But I imagine I'd live almost anything else about it... Except the goats.

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  68. Hello Melissa; No, I was not a farm girl. I think my favorite part of being a farm girl would be in taking care of the animals. Thank you for this give away opportunity! Have a great day!

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  69. Definitely not a farmer's daughter - born and raised in the Big Apple! I am not even sure what chores are needed on a farm much less which would be my least favorite.

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  70. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

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  71. I do follow the Fat Quarter Shop by email! They are a great quilt shop! I know I appreciate their sponsoring your giveaway so much and all they do for our Quilting Community! Thank you and The Fat Quarter Shop!

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  72. I'm not a farmer's daughter but I married a farmer's son. :) Now we live on the family farm and raise ducks for eggs. I don't mind the chores... except when it's winter!

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  73. I follow FQS on FB, Pinterest, and get the emails.

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  74. I follow FQS on You Tube and get their e-mails.

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  75. I follow FQS on instagram & YouTube.

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    1. I am not related to any farmers. While I am so thankful for all of the hard work they do, I don't think I would enjoy doing any of their chores.

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  76. I am not a farmer's daughter, but I love hatching chickens in my classroom. (:

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  77. My least favorite chore would be cleaning up after ANY of the animals.

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  78. I follow FQS on facebook, youtube, email, and probably others, but I can't remember all.

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  79. I am not a farmer's daughter. But my mom was she was raised on a variety farm in upstate NY.

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  80. Yes, I am a farmer's daughter. It was a great way to grow up in the 1960's but I am happy to now be a "city slicker "because it's a very demanding life style. But I value the lessons learned from the farm.

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  81. I follow Fat Quarter shop on Facebook and Instagram and also receive their e-mails, and follow their blog. I love FQ shop

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  82. I’m a farmers daughter and my favourite job was always bringing the cows in for milking!
    Although I no longer live on a farm I did the next best thing and married our farm vet!

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  83. If I was a farm girl my favourite chore would be feeding the animals.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  84. I follow the Fat Quarter Club by email.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  85. I am not a farmer's daughter, although my husband wanted to be a farmer! If I were a farmer's daughter, I think I'd like to be the one that did the feeding.

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  86. I follow FQS on all things social media and I subscribe to their Sew Sampler Box!

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  87. I'm a farmer's daughter-in-law. I'd hate cleaning the chicken coop!

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  88. Not a farmers daughter, but enjoyed their book quilt along

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  89. I follow FQS by email and love them

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  90. I'm a farmer's daughter. My favorite job was tripping the rope at straw baling time.

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  91. I'd gather eggs: for breakfast and baking!!!

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  92. I am a granddaughter of a farmer. The job I would not like to do is to clean out the pig barn. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  93. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on FB & get their newsletter. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  94. No I was a loggers daughter in michigan.But my mother was....I would hate cleaning out the barn or puting in the hay...lol...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  95. Not a Farmer's Daughter! Don't think I would have survived if I had been!!!! trotskyn@att.net

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  96. I follow fatquater shop on facebook and I get them on instagram, and emails...love love love ... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  97. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on FB and get their emails! Trotskyn@att.net

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  98. Our family lived with my grandfather on his farm. As a kid I liked picking strawberries knowing I'd be helping Mom make jam and all kinds of goodies with them. Didn't like feeding the chickens so much!

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  99. I’m not a farmers daughter but I am a farmers wife! There are so many things to love about farm work! Planting in newly plowed dirt, relying on God to provide sun and rain, watching seeds turn into life, harvesting. But I love peaceful times of shelling peas and butter beans. And I love corn processing days when the whole family helps with different jobs. We make a party out of it!

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  100. I love the fat quarter shop and follow via email, fab, and Instagram!

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  101. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on their blog and receive their emails/newsletters.

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  102. if I was a farmers daughter I would want to be a Gentleman Farmers daughter, where I could pet the animals, ride the horses and take the weekends off to do my dog shows. Although I do not mind mucking stalls-just not on the weekends

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  103. I follow Fat Quarter shop on their blog and newsletter.
    sally.woolard@yahoo.co.

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  104. If I was a farmer's daughter I think that I would prefer to gather the eggs and garden.

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  105. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  106. I would love to drive a tractor or any of the other farm machinery

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  107. I was not a farm girl, but loved reading books about farm girls: Little House, Charlotte's Web, Anne of Green Gables....
    sally.woolard@yahoo.com

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  108. I was not a farmers daugjter, but if I were, I would have liked taking care of baby goats.
    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  109. I follow FQS on Facebook and Bloglovin.

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  110. I am a farmer. I do not enjoy any winter chores. This fabric is beautiful! -Jean

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  111. I wasn't a farmer's daughter, but if I were milking would be my least favorite chore. ��

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  112. I follow FQS on Facebook, Instagram, and their blog.

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  113. I am a farmer's granddaughter, and my favorite chore was always feeding the calves whose mama couldn't take care of them for some reason or another.

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  114. I follow FQS on youtube and facebook

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  115. Yes, farmer's daughter here (with farm an estry at least 5 generations prior); favorite: feeding bottle lambs, hosting a slumber party for my 13th birthday in the newly built calf barn, and singing solos in the nice accoustics of the cool milk room while scrubbing the empty milk bulk tank. Least favorite: smelly stalls and hot summer hauling of hay bales.

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  116. Until age 4 .I was a farmers daughter and my dad retired from farming. Feeding hay to the cows is my fave chore. Thank you to all farmers and fat qtr shop.
    Schimmel (dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  117. Follow FQS by Bloglovin, email YouTube. Thank you so much for your generosity Kimberly

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  118. My favorite farm chore would be the baking. Keeping everyone fed.

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  119. My great-grandparents used to own a dairy farm & I would help milk the cows when we would visit. I just ordered from FQS. I also follow them on Facebook.

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  120. I don't think I would like milking cows.

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  121. I follow the FQS blog and youtube channel.

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

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  123. I was not a farmer's daughter, but my grandfather was a farmer. I guess my chore would have been collecting eggs and feeding chickens. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  124. HAPPY TO FOLLOW FQS ON fb,gmail,instgram.
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  125. I am a grand daughter of a farmer. I enjoy gardening—the vegetable type. I no longer have access to a garden, but I still make and can apple butter every year.

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  126. I still receive the FQS emails.

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  127. I’m a granddaughter of farmers. My dad got out of farming when he went into the army during WWII. I enjoyed feeding the chickens and gathering eggs on my aunt and uncle’s farm.

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  128. I follow the FQS on IG and FB.

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  129. I'm not a farmer's daughter.....but if I were I would love to feed the baby animals, and I would hate to clean the animal pens. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. I think the sheer necessity of getting up early in the morning to do any chore would be my least favorite part of farm life!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  132. I subscribe to the Jolly Jabber newsletter.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  133. No farmer's daughter - but I had an aunt way back when that had a farm. My favorite was collecting eggs!
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  134. I follow FQS blog
    Julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  135. Unfortunately, I was not a farmer's daughter, but I always thought I would like to be! My dear grandmother had a bird avary in the back yard, does that count???
    Love that Farmer's Daughter line of fabric too.
    Thanks! nettiecrain@live.com

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  136. I follow FQS on FB and U Tube and I get their newsletter also.
    Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  137. I'm a Farmer's and a rancher's Grandaughter, but both of my parents escaped the farming life :) I used to help feed the cows and pack the cherries and apricots - I always thought it was fun, because I didn't have to do it :)

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  138. I follow FQS on Facebook; I also receive their emails. -Thank You!

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  139. I am not a farmer's daughter. And I think cleaning the chicken coop would be the worst chore.

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  140. And I get the Fat Quarter Shop's email newsletter.

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  141. I'm not a farmer's daughter, but I am a farmer's wife! My least favorite chore is cleaning out the horse stalls.

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  142. I love FQS! I follow them every way possible!

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  143. Picking vegetables all day - especially on hot, hot muggy days.

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  144. I follow Fat Quarter Shop all ways I can - I too am a big fan

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  145. Taking care of the chickens would be my favorite job.

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  146. I'm a farm girl want to be! Love planting an annual veggie garden and then can/preserve the harvest just as my mom & nana did

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  147. Love FQS! I follow them on Bloglovin and receive their email newsletter.

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  148. I'm a FQS follower on IG & receive their newsletter and subscribe to their YouTube channel!

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  149. I am not a farmer’s daughter, but i am a navy brat!!! Love your website! And all the lovely fabrics you offer

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  150. Omg, omg, omg! I love this collection! If raising chickens and rabbits counts as being a farmers daughter then I am one!!!

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  151. Not a farm girl, but married to someone who lived on a farm and did chores. His least favorite chore was the chickens. We live in a rural community and love to country western dance. Does that count?

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  152. I am not a farm girl but did have laying hens for a year to give it a try.

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  153. I am a FQS follower and receive their newsletter

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  154. Does Farmer's granddaughter work? Anyhow, I love dairy cattle and would be happy to feed them or help them move pastures.

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  155. I follow FQS with their email and on IG (and likely other ways!)

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  156. I am not a farmers daughter but I did grow up in a farming community in Minnesota. I enjoyed gathering eggs on my uncles farm.

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  157. I follow FQS by email, facebook and receive their newsletters.

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  158. I’m a farmer’s gaughter-in-law - does that count? Probably not, because by the time I came along, of course, nobody expected me to do any chores on the farm. My least favorite would’ve been just about anything outdoors in the summer, because I have a pretty severe heat intolerance! My father-in-law always made it clear that I Elsner NOT have made a good farmer! My favorite chore would’ve been anything to do with the animals.

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  159. i love farms but I would not enjoy getting up in the morning in the cold weather to do anything. I cant imagine that cleaning the stalls would be pleasant LOL!

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  160. I am a farmers daughter. I grew up in northern SD. My least favorite chore was mucking out the hog pens. My favorite was admiring the hogs as they grew through various stages.

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  161. i get the FQS newsletter and follow their blog

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  162. If I were a Farmer's Daughter, my favorite chore would be feeding the chickens.

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  163. I follow FQS via FB, newsletter and Instagram!

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  164. i follow on Facebook and through emails.

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  165. NOPE not a farmers daughter, did have a chick for a couple of weeks.

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  166. Very much a farmer's daughter! I loved milking cows! I really did not like having to go in the bull pen to cut open the straw bales LOL!

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  167. I follow FQS on IG and by newsletter.

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  168. I am the daughter of a man who grew up on a farm in Iowa. When visiting there, corralling the sheep was a tough job!

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  169. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop email.

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  170. Not a farmer's daughter but I think I could handle collecting the eggs and feeding the chickens.

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  171. Wouldn't quilting count as a chore?

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  172. I've never been on a real farm and don't think I could handle slaughtering the animals. I'd probably be a vegetarian!

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  173. FQS is my favorite online shop and I follow by email and on FB.

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  174. I am not a farmers daughter but would go stay at my friends grandparents farm I loved gathering eggs!

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  175. Even though I've lived in Iowa my whole life, I am not a farmer's daughter, but I did marry a farmer's son! I think I'd like to take care of the chickens and collect the eggs.

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  176. I was not a farmer's daughter but I'd like to work in the garden.

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  177. I get fqs blog on email. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  178. I am a farmer’s daughter and grateful for my heritage. My favorite chore was helping Dad chop holes in the frozen pond so the cattle could drink. Sweet memories!

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  179. I am a long-time subscriber to FQS Newsletter, Thank you!

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  180. I am having a bit of a difficult time with the question because I am a guy. But IF (a very big little word) IF I were I would enjoy baking the pies and cakes for dessert for the guys that had been out working in the barns and the fields.

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  181. Yes I was a farmer's daughter who detested plucking slaughtered chickens! NASTY!

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

Melissa