Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

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

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway :)

The winner of the $30.00 Gift Certificate from Shabby Fabrics is . . .  Number #100 . . .   Congrats  Becky S. !!!   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 fantastic and they never cease to amaze me with everything they have going on at their shop!!!     And along with their daily Flash Sales, did you know that  Fat Quarter Shop also has weekly Precut Specials!!!  It's a great way to stock up on your favorite Precuts and there might be some of my favorite Sunnyside Up this week, just sayin!!!! 


24 Hour Flash Sales at the Fat Quarter Shop!



And speaking of stocking up on pre-cuts, For today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a fantastic Sew Colorful Green Fat Quarter Bundle to one lucky winner!!! Isn't this just so perfect for all of your spring projects :)  All the shades of green in one yummy bundle, so great!!!  Just has me wanting to go outside and see all of the green come back into the trees and plants :)   


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 how is your Green Thumb???  (Honestly, I am horrible at all things plants, I struggle to keep an artificial plant looking good :)  

 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, April 9th, 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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269 comments:

  1. Love FQS and follow them on Instagram

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  2. Reasonably green thumb. I grow a pretty decent veggie garden and flowers. Indoor plants are a struggle. 🀨

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  3. My brown thumb is getting greener each year! But, my favorite color is green.....

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  4. I follow you via email (nettiecrain@live.com)

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  5. Pretty good green thumb! Love those greens.

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  6. I subscribe to their youtube channel~

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  7. I absolutely love gardening. I call it playing outside.

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  8. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  9. I brought some of my favorite plants with me on a recent move, and my side yard looks like a mini nursery. Love gardening almost as much as quilting!

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  10. I follow Fat Quarter Shop's block, facebook, pinterest and watch youtube videos.

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  11. My green thumb does pretty good as long as the weather cooperates. We've already bought some beautiful plants for the patio, and now the weather was near freezing last night. I had to move them closer to the house, but today it will be around 70. Good ole' Louisiana!

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  12. No green thumb here I keep trying though 😊

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  13. I follow the FQS on FB and email.

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  14. I follow FQS on Instagram! Thanks for the chance to win 😊

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  15. I have improved over the years. The trick is.... as all things in life, learn from your mistakes.... and boy have I made a few.
    Never plant ivy or "wild rose" in your garden. Only plant in pots.
    I love this green fabric. I do not have a lot of greens
    Happy Spring Melissa. You know they have companies now that will tend to your fake plants and keep them thriving 🌱🌿🌻🌷

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  16. I follow Fat Quarter Shop ALL OVER TOWN

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  17. Well green has been my favorite color since I was little. And I gave over 180 pots of aloe vera plants so I guess I have a green thumb. I also have a lot of house plants and pots of other plants outside. With my husbands help our backyard has been called a botanical garden.

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  18. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and Facebook and Bloglovin

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  19. I have a terrible green thumb!

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  20. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook and Instagram

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  21. I do not have a green thumb! However, I'm excellent at weeding. So I weed and my husband makes the things grow.

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  22. When it comes to outdoor plants - the vegetable garden, flowers, herbs, shrubs, I do alright, but when it comes to indoor house plants I have no green thumb at all. They don't last long with me!

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  23. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and get their newsletter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. I try to think of my green thumb as developing, I have a lot to learn about growing things but I love the results, especially spring flowers after a long Winter!

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  25. I am following the Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram!

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  26. I grew up on a farm with a vegetable garden. Over the years, I planted my own garden and flowers. I don't miss bending to plant seeds and pull weeds. Now that I am retired, I have a few house plants to keep my green thumb covered in dirt.

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  27. I follow by email newsletter and facebook.

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  28. My green thumb? LOL It's NOT GREEN! can't grow anything ;-( -michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  29. I have a black thumb. I can't seem to grow anything!

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  30. I'm about a "can get by" Green Thumber..lol But my Daughter has a Green Thumb past her Shoulder!! She is Awesome with plants!! :) Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too :D

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  31. I love Fat Quarter Shop and get their emails -michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  32. I follow FQS thru Newsletter, their Jolly Jabber blog, Pinterest & You Tube (& am also a verrrrry Happy customer too)

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  33. I do terribly with houseplants, and do just average with outside gardening.

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  34. I receive Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter and follow them on Instagram

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  35. My husband has the green thumb. I'm the harvester.

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  36. I get FQS newsletter blog and Youtube

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  37. I follow FQS by email and facebook.

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  38. Moderate green thumb. I'm better with flowers than with bushes.

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  39. Following Fat Quarter Shop on FB

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  40. I love gardening and flowers...I would say I have a pretty decent green thumb! I follow FQS on email. Sue B luv2golf101@yahoo.com

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  41. I follow FQS via email. I love all the fun things they offer and beautiful fabrics!! luv2golf101@yahoo.com

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  42. I have a pretty good green thumb; my parents both showed me their tricks with plants and flowers.

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  43. I follow FQS on facebook and you tube. Love them.

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  44. Pretty good green thumb. Fake plants wash them off and let dry. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  45. FQS - newsletter, blog. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  46. No green thumb here. I am surprised that I have been able to keep an African Violet alive since the end of May. Usually it would be dead long before now. Not sure it is going to last much longer, though. Hope I can revive it!
    Sandy A

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  47. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook and get their newsletter!
    Sandy A

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  48. My hubby does all the planting I am so bad

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  49. I've always had a dozen or more plants inside my house. Not much outside gardening where I live unless you have a greenhouse. golddust@ kpunet.net

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  50. My green thumb is best at quilting gardens! Lol. Turns black when I get near plants.

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  51. My thumb is a bit faded. I can grow some thing-like tulips and iris and other self sustaining things but house plants I tend to use my black thumb...

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  52. I try my best and have had success with both the vegetables and flower gardens.

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  53. I am signed up for FQS’s newsletters.

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  54. I do love having flowers and plants around. I used to have a ton, but have slowed down in the past few years as it's a lot of work. But, I'm looking forward to flowers on my balcony this spring.
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  55. I follow FQS blog & instagram
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  56. I planted some plants when I was younger. I did like having the dirt fall between my fingers. Now my mom does most the yard work. ;)

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  57. My green thumb is great. I can get plants and vegetables to thrive. I don't have indoor plants because my cats like them, but outdoors I have lots of shrubs, flowers and some vegetables.

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  58. I follow FQS on Instagram and receive their newsletter.

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  59. I don't think that I inherited my mother's green thumb, unfortunately. I keep trying though. I do best with succulents. They like to be left alone. I could really use some more green in my stash!

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  60. You took the words out of my month when you said you can't keep artificial plants alive. I have NO green thumb but I do love green fabric!

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  61. My green thumb seems to do fine on really hardy houseplants! Any plant that is at all finicky, not so fine!

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  62. I have signed up for the newsletter and also make purchases occasionally and really appreciate their being there.

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  63. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter.

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  64. My thumb is growing greener every year. We will be purchasing about a dozen fruit trees in a few weeks and I can't wait.

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  65. I love gardening as much as quilting!

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  66. Green is my absolute favorite color! Unfortunately, however, my thumb is closer to black than green. If I attempt anything with plants they die every time.

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  67. My "green thumb" is fair. I have managed to keep a cactus plant (Christmas Cactus) alive in my house for @ 20 years. Outside, I plant new annuals each spring and fall. Other than that, our trees are on a drip system.

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  68. I follow FQS's Jolly Jabber blog via email and their great YouTube channel.

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  69. I haven't dedicated time to growing plants or gardens. I get by with silk plants & flowers.

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  70. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter and follow them on FB.

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  71. I do not have a green thumb at all - thankfully my husband does!

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  72. My green thumb works only outside. Weird, but house plants don't do well for me, but I can make a garden grow and flourish. Maybe tending plants indoors feels too close to housework?!
    (bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com)

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  73. I get regular email/newsletter updates from FQS.
    (bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com)

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  74. I love Fat Quarter shop! Long time follower on FB, Twitter, IG, Pinterest and YouTube. I have been a subscriber of the monthly Sew Sampler box since day one.

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  75. I am not much of a gardener. My dad was a fabulous one, but I guess the apple did fall quite a ways away from the tree in this case!

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  76. I follow FQS on FB and subscribe to their newsletter.

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  77. I have no green thumb -I have killed every living plant that I have ever touched!
    Joyce Bethune
    Joybeth54@gmail.com

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  78. I love gardening but house plants don't last long

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  79. I am pretty good at keeping plants alive and have a small vegetable garden in the summer.

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  80. I don't really have a green thumb, sadly.

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  81. Follow FQS on IG and their blog

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  82. I follow fqs on Facebook and receive their newsletter. thanks!

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  83. What a pretty array of green fabrics. And my favorite color, too!. I follow FQS on YouTube, blog, & their newsletter. As for my green thumb, not bad if I say so myself.

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  84. I follow FQS on FB and by email newsletter. trotskyn@att.net

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  85. I have a green thumb but these days but can't kneel to plant so I sit and sew! LOL Green will always be a favorite color ... Pretty happy giveaway!

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  86. I love Fat Quarters and am on their lists. Just went on to review my "car" and move items (temporarity) to my WISHLIST ... Great service, fabric, etc.

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  87. I have 1/2 a green thumb. Sometimes I do pretty good, other times I have a dead garden!
    trotskyn@att.net

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  88. Not much of a green thumb. We leave our winter home in May and at that time I put all my house plants outside. Give them a blessing and say if you are meant to live you will be here in september. Only have 3 left!

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  89. I really do enjoy gardening. I would say that my Green Thumb is mediocre. Some plants really thrive and others die, such is life... Thank you.

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  90. I receive the FQ Shop's Jolly Jabber and order from them quite frequently. Thank you.

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  91. My green thumb is a pale, pale green! 😁

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  92. I follow them by email, FB, IG , and more

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  93. I've got a green thumb- I inherited it from my dad.

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  94. I follow FQS on Instagram also.

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  95. Not to brag but I have a pretty good green thumb!I have an orchid that is probably five years old. I kept it Alice and it's finally reblooming. Yay me!

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  96. I think I am subscribed to all those!

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  97. I couldn't keep an indoor plant alive to save my life. My veg and ornamental gardens are a thing of glory though..probably because I let nature take it's course and don't interfere at all.

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  98. My thumb is pretty brown! I have one little garden patch that I plant flowers in each spring hoping they will survive!

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  99. I don't have much of a green thumb, although I seem to do better with potted plants outside than with houseplants. My daughter, on the other hand, has grown both a red maple and a loquat from seed.

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  100. My green thumb does not exist. I tried growing dwarf tomatoes in large planters two years ago, and something ate all the leaves off the plants before a tomato could even think about forming. I swore to quit forever. I already have my hobby anyway :)

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  101. Horrible green thumb. Never could keep plants alive.

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  102. I follow FQS in everything except I’m not in Twitter.

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  103. My thumb is green with regard to roses, pretty pale green concerning veggies (I know I should but I have little experience and it feels much more like work...).

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  104. I follow the FQS many ways, including receiving the Jolly Jabber at my wordygirl at earthlink dot net email. Love their updates!

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  105. Not much of a green thumb....but I love green fabric. Also love the FQS!

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  106. I have a pretty good green thumb especially with outdoor plants!

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  107. I follow the FQS' blog and get their newsletter! thank you!

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  108. I follow FQS on Instagram. Love that shop! And I really enjoy their free patterns and tutorials. I’ve made several quilts and table runners and they are so easy to follow.

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  109. I do have a green thumb! For flowers, though. Vegetable gardens, not so much. So I may starve, but I have beautiful flowers! Lol

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  110. In my younger days I had a very successful vegetable garden every year. My sister and I canned hundreds of jars of tomatoes, beans, pickles, relish, chilI sauce, and more.
    Most of my quilt following is done through YouTube.
    Happy quilting and gardening to all!

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  111. I am feeling pretty good about my green thumb these days. Thanks to a warmer than usual winter I have all kinds of flowers in bloom!

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  112. I follow Fat Quarter shop by email.

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  113. I don't have a green thumb, but I plant easy to grow things (bulbs, daylilies, irises), so my yard looks like I do.

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  114. I have two green thumbs and love landscaping and gardening and keep an organic veggie garden! AND I love greenπŸ’š

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  115. Green thumb?...hmmm...I’ll answer your question with a true story. When my daughter was in college, she liked to have a cactus for her dorm room. In the summers she worked on an Army Corp of Engineers barge and would leave her cactus with me. Three different times I managed to kill her cactus. So no....no green thumb on this lady. Lol

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  116. My grandmother had a green thumb, she could grow anything! Unfortunately, she didn't pass it down to me (or my sister, or my mother, not sure where it went!)

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  117. I love FQS, I follow them about every way possible!

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  118. I have a outdoor green thumb, no luck indoors

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  119. I follow FQS several ways

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  120. I don't have much of a green thumb, especially for indoor plants. However, my black raspberries in the backyard seem to do real well under my care and thank me with luscious berries every year.

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  121. I have a pretty good green thumb. Green is my favorite color. Thanks for the chance.

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  122. I get the newsletter, follow on IG, FB.

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  123. My thumb is capable of many shades of green, but barely-there-green to deep-lush-green! Most plants thrive well, but a few just don't like living under my care!

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  124. I receive the FQS newsletter and also follow them on FB and IG!

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  125. My green thumb does better outside than it does inside.

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  126. No green thumb, but I do watch my husband putter around outside!
    Kathy. Knlgombis@comcast.net

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  127. I have kept a house plant alive for almost two years. Green thumb record!

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  128. I follow FQS via their newsletter.
    Kathy. Knlgombis@comcast.net

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  129. I love to play in the garden. The results may not always measure up to the effort!

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  130. Kathleen
    I receive the FQS emailed newsletter.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  131. Kathleen
    I don't have a green thumb but I have managed to keep a Norfolk Pine alive for the past ten years or so! I use it every year as our Christmas tree.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  132. I follow FQS on Instagram and Pinterest and get their newsletters.

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  133. I love gardening and am pretty successful with it...so I guess I have a green thumb. Green is also one of my favorite color.

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  134. I love all the pretty greens. My green thumb seems pretty good - or else I'm just lucky.

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  135. I get the FQS newsletters and do my shopping there too.

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  136. I sort of have a green thumb--I have two flower gardens and actually weed them sometimes.

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  137. My green thumb is so so. But my husband's is better!!!

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  138. I follow FQS on FB, Instagram, pinterest and get emails.

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  139. I grow beautiful orchids on my kitchen window

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  140. I follow fat quarter shop by email. Wonderful shop with great
    bOM’s

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  141. I love to garden but it is tough with this hard red clay soil. I do have beautiful orchids.

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  142. I wouldn't say I have a green thumb but most plants live.
    tracinecharest at gmail dot com

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  143. I receive FQS emails and YouTube

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  144. I always have a garden and tend my flowerbeds, so I guess I have a green thumb.

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  145. I love gardening, very therapeutic, particularly when it produces things like flowers or veges

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  146. House plants always die on me, but years ago I kept a pretty good garden.

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  147. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, on Instagram, and via email.

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  148. I have no green thumb indoors but have a half of green thumb in my garden.

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  149. I already belong to their blog and am a member of their box every month

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  150. I missed the green thumb completely. Mama gave hers to my sister instead of me. Shoot.

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  151. All my plants have to live in my office at work because the cats like to eat them!! LOL. I follow FQS on facebook and instagram!

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  152. My green thumb works better outside than in.

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  153. I have no green thumb whatsoever!! I'm betting at keeping my quilting alive than plants...

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  154. I'm on FQS daily and signed up for the Sew Sampler again this year - can't wait!

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  155. As long as I don't over water, the green stays green.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  156. Following Fat Qtr Shop on Instagram, Newsletter, YouTube and frequently shop their shop.
    Thank you Kimbeley and team!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  157. I am not a gardener but I love the color green, especially as alll he new buds and leaves pop out in spring. Crazeematz@gmail.com

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  158. I used to think i had a completely black thumb, but i have successfully kept a little potted flower alive after my son brought it home from kindergarten for mother's day last year. Baby steps!

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  159. I follow fat quarter shop on Facebook and Instagram.

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  160. i have an average green thumb. I decided to plant my tomato plants from seeds this year so hopefully I will have success. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  161. Sometimes my thumb is green, sometimes not--it depends. Quick funny story-I was in JoAnn's with my son looking at planter boxes that were on sale. He said to me, "What? Your looking for coffins for your plants!" So that's his opinion of my thumb!

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  162. I receive the FQS newsletter.

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  163. I follow FQS by email, instagram and youtube!

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  164. I agree. I can't grow anything but two great kids. LOL

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  165. My green thumb is a work in progress! Lol

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  166. I follow FQS on FB,IG and email.

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  167. I get Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter and follow it by bloglovin.

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  168. I do have a green thumb, but sometimes plants die!!

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  169. My thumb is anything but green! No real plants for me! Thank you, Susan

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  170. I love FQS, follow by email newsletter, Facebook & Instagram! Thank you, Susan

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  171. I follow FQS on IG and get emails. I have an order on its way to me right now!!! :)

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  172. I have pretty good luck with plants indoors. Outside... not so much!

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  173. I do NOT have a green thumb at all. Most plants wither with just a look from me! I do have a few succulents that seem to be doing OK though - so apparently they are the only green I can have in my home!

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  174. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on instagram, pinterest, facebook, subscribe to their newsletter and read their blog. I want to buy one of everything in their shop. I LOVE Fart Quarter Shop!!!

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

Melissa