Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's a little late, but it's still Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day so let's have some fun :)

But first, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the Flower Mill Fat Quarter Petal Set from Shabby Fabrics is . . .   Number #163 . . Congrats Noreen!!!   I have emailed you :)        

      



  
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by  Four Peaches Fabric .    Did you know that Wendy has Featured Products every day with amazing deals!!!  And along with those deals, Wendy is having a special auction over at her Facebook page for over 1,600 5" squares!!!  Talk about a jump start to your charm collection ;)  

For Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Four Peaches Fabric is giving one lucky reader an ever so cute Girl Friends Doll Panel by Ann Kelle.  How cute would this be for a special little someone for Christmas!!! 






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 had a favorite doll growing up??

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Four Peaches Fabric Love!!!!   You can Sign Up for their Newsletter.    You can follow them on  Facebook or Pinterest.    Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Four Peaches Fabric Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, December 11th 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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95 comments:

  1. Baby Alive was my favorite doll as a little girl!!

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  2. I follow Four Peaches on Pinterest!

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  3. I didn't have a favorite but I surely loved the way all of those Strawberrry Shortcake Babies smelled!

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  4. I follow Four Peaches Fabric at FB and at Instagram! And the doll panel is adorable!

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  5. I am following on Pinterest. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  6. Yes, I did. And my mother gave them back to me not too long ago -Raggedy Ann and Andy. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  7. I don't know the name of her-she was a German doll from my grandma. You have me thinking now-where is she-somewhere in my attic. now i will need to look soon...

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  8. My favorite doll was a 12" baby doll that was named "little Charlotte" after my cousin who was two years older than I am.

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  9. She was Scarlett O'Harah, in her picnic dress. White ruffles and even the green ribbons in her hair. I think she is still my favorite. In a box somewhere.
    tamschool@att.net

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  10. I started to go through all the stuff 4 Peaches has to offer, then decided I need to get my weekly challenge done before ordering any more projects. I was being tempted with some awesome fabrics! >3

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  11. I had a ballerina doll that I would turn into a trapeze artist by throwing her in the air.

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  12. Oh my goodness....Chatty Cathy was my favorite doll (by far)! I loved that doll!

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  13. I follow 4 Peaches on Pinterest.

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  14. I followed on Pinterest!
    tamschool@att.net

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  15. Betsy Wetsy, she could drink and pee(a lot)

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  16. I liked those sweet smelling Strawberry Shortcake Dolls. rozz01(at)cox(dot)net

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  17. I follow Four Peaches Fabric on FB. rozz01(at)cox(dot)net

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  18. I had a Pepper doll with a neat tree house. Loved it. Thanks. grinnie1961@gmail.com

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  19. I follow Four Peaches on IG. grinnie1961@gmail.com

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  20. I still have my favorite doll. Shes just a simple small rag doll that my sister got me when i was born. She was 5 and picked it out at the hospital gift shop.

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  21. The only doll I can remember having was a knock off Barbie. My Mom made lots of clothes for her.

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  22. My doll had blue hair and would walk beside you when you held her hand. Her cheeks were quite red w blush so I named her Rosie.
    Schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. I did but don't remember much! LOL!

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  24. I had a small baby doll that my father almost refused to let me have "Boys shouldn't have dolls!" My grandmother -his mother- overruled him on it. At about three I got my baby doll the would wet its diaper.

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  25. I follow them via email and FB

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  26. I did have a favorite doll and, 50 years later, I still have her- a little worn but well loved.

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  27. I follow Four Peaches on facebook.

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  28. Yes, I had a favorite doll, but she is long gone and I can't remember her name any more!
    yoyopattycakes@hotmail dot com

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  29. I had a favorite stuffed cat named Judd. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  30. I receive Four Peaches newsletters and all. Enjoy your day!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  31. A rag doll that my Oma gave me. I wish I still had it.

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  32. I was more of a stuffed animal girl than a doll girl. My favorite stuffed animal was a raccoon named Rodney!!

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  33. My favorite doll was a cabbage patch kid named Carol Ann ❤

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  34. I visited Four Peaches & my favorite item was a pattern, "A tale of 2 gnomes"

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  35. I had a handmade rag doll made by my mother--my sister had a matching one and we spent hours playing with them!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  36. The Blue Carolina fat quarter bundle is so pretty--saw it when I visited the shop.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  37. I had a rubber baby doll that I played with a lot. My sister took an ink pen and colored her some hair on it.

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  38. I have a Baby Boo doll! Thanks!

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  39. I love the Tale of two Gnomes pattern in the shop!!

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  40. Ohhhh these Dollies are so cute.
    I used to have a brown haired doll that I named Laurie.
    I always had a doll in my arms. I still love dolls

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  41. I can't think of a favorite doll.

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  42. My favorite doll was a Shirley Temple doll with curly hair. (I guess that shows how old I am!) ajdepue2@gmail.com

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  43. I had a Raggedy Ann doll, but I wasn't much into dolls~

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  44. As a wee one I had my Tiny Tears doll and my mom made cute outfits for her. As I grew up I went to a Revolon Bridal Doll then of course to the infamous Barbie.

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  45. I have signed up for their newsletter and blog updates.

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  46. For Christmas one year, many moons ago, I got a Chatty Cathy doll - pull her string & she talked - just a few phrases, but I thought she was the best! Thank you, Susan

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  47. I follow Four Peaches Fabric on Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  48. I did have a favorite doll growing up. Her name was Velvet and she wore a purple Velvet dress!

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  49. Their Tale of 2 Gnomes pattern makes me laugh (and can be made by me to commemorate my 2017 10-day trip to Norway!)

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  50. You know I'm old when I say I had Raggedy Ann and Andy!

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  51. I get Four Peaches newsletter.

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  52. When I was 15 I made my best friend and myself a Raggedy Ann doll. They wore matching outfits and had red hair. The only difference was that Diane's had naturally curly red hair and mine was straight! (and not so natural......)

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  53. I don’t know that I had a favourite Doll... but I did have a cherished Teddy Bear and I still have him... um many years later,many,many years! Lol

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  54. I remember loving a three foot tall doll that could walk.

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  55. I didn't have a favorite doll...liked several..but had a very favorite Bear..was big & comfy! :) Thanks for chance to win this Panel!! My Grangirlie would love such fun lil dolls!

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  56. Already get Four Peaches Newsletter..ands am a very Happy customer too! :)

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  57. I had a soft cuddly baby doll named "Irene"

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  58. Rebecca Ann was my favorite doll that my children still play with.

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  59. My favorite doll growing up was a ballerina doll that spun around when you pressed the crown on her head.

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  60. My favorite item in the Four Peaches Fabric shop is the A Tale of 2 Gnomes quilt pattern. Too cute!

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  61. I had a baby doll, don't remember her name. and then I had 1 Barbie- with bubblecut blond hair-my mom made all her clothes including a wedding dress and a velvet cape. I still have her!

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  62. Raggedy Ann - She was always my favorite and still is!

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  63. I follow Four Peaches Fabric on Pinterest

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  64. I can only really remember one particular doll I had as a child, so that one must have been my favorite! I was more partial to stuffed animals.

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  65. My favorite doll was a rag doll holly hobby that i slept with every nigjt. so I have a special place in my heart for rag dolls. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  66. I started following Four peaches on facebook she has an amazing Christmas cookies and project video. Check it out so neat. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  67. My favorite item at their shop is the pattern for the Tale of 2 Gnomes quilt.

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  68. I had a favorite doll when I was little - her name was Amosandra!

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  69. My favorite doll was Chatty Cathy.

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  70. My favourite doll was given to me for Christmas when I was about 8. Her name was Honeymoon and she was an outer space doll with a helmet and hair that looked like an antennae. I still have the doll but in the 50 years since I got her her clothes and helmet have gone missing.

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  71. I follow 4 Peaches on Facebook.

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  72. Now following them on Pinterest! Thanks for sharing this new-to-me shop!

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  73. My favorite doll was a Cabbage Patch Kid named Amanda.

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  74. My favorite doll was one of the best gifts I ever received. She came with many different outfits. I still have her and most of her clothes. We received few gifts and she was so loved!

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  75. OH my gosh! I loved all my dolls, and I played with them all, but my baby doll was my favorite. I could dress her in real baby clothes. Then I finally had my own two real babies. Nothing like motherhood. Now a grandparent and a great grandparent. I love babies!

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  76. My favorite doll was a "Betsy Wetsie." I liked her at first, but soon grew tired of wet diapers and clothing! I was never a big doll person, but my Mom made a middle sized Raggedy Ann, and gave it to me, in my 40's, since I'd never had one. I did love that doll, but unfortunately, it was stolen from my studio. My Mom has been gone 36 yrs. Sure miss her! HAPPY HOLIDAYS! : ) I'd LOVE to win!

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  77. I had a Chatty Cathy doll that I loved. One of the few name branded toys I ever got as a child.

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  78. Barbie was my favourite doll. I loved making her clothes by hand! I wish I had kept some of those makes, like the black and blue felt dress with the bubble skirt.

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  79. I got a Barbie for Christmas that I really loved. I still love dolls! I have 3 Collectors Dolls. My favorite now is a collectible Victorian Bridal Doll. I love antiques and anything to do with the Victorian Era. Her bridal gown and hat with veil is stunning.

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  80. My doll was named Susette. Kinda like Barbie but not as skinny. I wish I still had her.

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

Melissa