Tuesday, May 28, 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 Fat Quarter Pack of Prairie Sister's from  Olie and Evie is . . .  Number #71 . . .   Congrats annemarie!!!   I have emailed you :)     

 

        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by The Scarlet Thread Quilt Co.  Julie has a fantastic shop with lots of amazing fabric goodness!!!  And, she always has amazing prices (including the awesome Clearance Selection) that make it so fun to fill up a cart ;) 




And the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for a $25.00 Gift Certificate to The Scarlet Thread Quilt Co.  Yup, we all love a good little shopping spree !!!  Isn't it fun to get to pick out your favorites ;)


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 sew as an Early Bird or a Night Owl??  (I am an early bird all the way, I can't process anything after 10 :)  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Scarlet Thread Quilt Co. love.   You can follow them on   Facebook or Sign up for their Newsletter (just scroll down a bit) .  Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Scarlet Thread Quilt Co. Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, June 4th 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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195 comments:

  1. I am a Night Owl. Some of my best work happens at 2AM.

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  2. I liked Scarlet Thread's Pattern section. There is something for everyone.

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  3. Early bird, myself. When it starts getting dark, my eyes tell me it's time to quit.

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  4. I seem to get to it around 2 or 3 in the afternoon (I'm retired). So I guess I'm neither.

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  5. I'm definitely an early bird. I like to get my day started early and feel like I accomplish more when I do.

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  6. I am a night owl for sure. But my schedule has been all wack for the last couple years since Hubby has moved from working full time to being full student, and everything in between.

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  7. Have you seen the Poinsetta & Holly - Holly Mix in Natural on the clearance page?? get ready for Christmas in july!

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  8. Love The Scarlet Thread Quilt Co.'s selection of fabrics. It was fun to see that they are carrying Tilda's Apple Butter collection.

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  9. Early bird definitely. My brain goes to sleep before my body does, so it's not safe to cut or sew after 9PM.

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  10. I sew whenever I can. Late nights happen when I am immersed in a project. I don't usually begin projects lat though.

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  11. Early bird , daylight only:)

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

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  12. I liked the Alison Glass fat quarter Bundle on the Scarlet Thread site.

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  13. Love the "Fresh Water" pre-cuts by AGF in the shop. Thank you for your generous sponsorship !

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

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  14. I used to be a Nightowl...but now I have definitely turned into an Early Bird! lol.. Get a lot more done during daylight hours...think due to being a Empty Nester Momma...hmmm...giggle ( Tho if Daughter is up here from NC, we sew til we HAVE to go to bed..lol

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  15. Early bird (and if I'm lucky some in the early afternoon).

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  16. I get Scarlet Threads Newsletter...& also love their Shop :)

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  17. Night owl. I rarely get to sew before dinner.

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  18. I’m a little bit of both, depending on deadlines!

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  19. I follow Scarlet Thread on Facebook!

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  20. I signed up for their newsletter

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  21. I am definitely an "early-bird"! I do my best work in the morning, when everything is fresh....
    Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  22. I am an early bird - I usually do my cross stitching in the evening.

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  23. I follow The Scarlet Thread on FB.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  24. I am a night owl sewer.
    Joyce Bethune
    Joybeth54@gmail.com

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  25. Sewing is a rare privilege for me, and it's usually in the afternoon that I can find time for it.

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  26. I like to sew with natural daylight if possible, but I do sew at night too, especially if I'm trying to finish something up.

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  27. I visited the shop and was surprised to find Welcome Wagon -- Eggplant --by Kim Diehl for Henry Glass.

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  28. I enjoy staying up late to sew, when the only noise is my machine humming along.

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  29. Fig Tree & Co. Chantilly charm squares caught my eye. Its always fun to discover fabric my LQS doesn't carry.

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  30. I am an early bird. If I sew late I am cutting 3 times and reverse sewing all night.

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  31. I have liked Scarlet Thread on Facebook

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  32. Definitely an early bird...up before the chickens.

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  33. I definitely tend to do more in the morning or even late afternoon but I am not a night owl. Thanks for this giveaway. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  34. Following Scarlet thread on FB.

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  35. I signed up for Scarlet Thread newsletter.

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  36. A beach road layer cake! That's what I would put it towards

    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  37. I'm both. The cat always wakes me up early, but I can sew late too.
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  38. I am definitely an early bird!

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  39. I follow Scarlet Thread on FB.

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  40. I am not really either, but if I am down to the wire on a sewing project I am much more apt to stay up late to finish.

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  41. Night owl--definitely not a morning person!

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  42. I am on Scarlet Thread's mailing list. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. During daylight hours definitely!

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  44. I just signed up for The Scarlet Thread's newsletter. Looking forward to checking them out.

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  45. both! Early bird by necessity but night owl by habit
    rach62803(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  46. I don't fit into either category... I'm an early evening and weekend quilter.

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  47. Neither. I quilt from 10 to 4 or si

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  48. Mostly an early bird ... Does that last all day? That's me!! I do handwork at night so I sew and sew and sew ...

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  49. I subscribed to the Newsletter ... and when I get off of here, I'll go back and check it out more thoroughly ... Thanks so much ...

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  50. Yes to both! But I get bigger stretches of time at night.

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  51. I follow Scarlet thread on Facebook

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  52. I'm definitely an early bird, but I like to get up early & get everything else done before I sew, so I'm usually sewing late at night!!

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  53. I visited the shop, my favorite item is the Summer Picnic pattern by the Quilt Factory

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  54. I sew sometimes before I head out to work if I have some extra time and I sew after I get home and on the weekends sometimes late at night. If I have a project that needs to get done, the time of day doesn't matter.

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  55. Early Bird! But, after coffee, of course
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  56. I follow The Scarlet Thread Quilt Co on Facebook and Newsletter.

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  57. Night owl, but not too late. More of an early evening owl, I guess.

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  58. Following Scarlet Thread on Facebook

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  59. I just signed up for the Scarlet Thread newsletter. Thank you for the suggestion. I am more of a morning person unless I am at a retreat, then with good sewing company, I can sew into the wee hours.

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  60. I am so much a night owl. I don’t do anything in the morning except sleep!

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  61. I am definitely a night owl, although the nights are getting earlier and earlier these days!

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  62. I follow Scarlet Thread on FB!

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  63. I am definitely an early bird and I mean early bird - love to get up a 5:00 am and get busy!

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  64. Early bird for sewing and night owl for cross stitch ...unless it is epp or hand seen binding.

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  65. I follow the Scarlett Thread on FB

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  66. Favorite item would be the Hexies for EPP

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  67. Well... I am an after dinner sewist, or a 10am quilter. After lunch I go to my 95 year old daddy and take him on an adventure.

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    1. That is wonderful. My mom is 91 but sadly she cannot go on adventures anymore.

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  68. I get Scarlet thread news letter and love their sales

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  69. Early bird by necessary, but night owl by heart

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  70. Wooo, so many good choices. I probably would pick out some bright colors for my Little Drummer Boy quilt

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  71. I am more middle of the day sewer. Like my coffee first! I will check out Scarlet thread.

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  72. Definitely not an early bird....I can't think before noon! I guess you could call me a middle of the roader.....haha! I do my best after lunch and sometimes into the early evening. Works best for me!

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  73. I will be needing some blender fabric for a baby quilt. Hope I can win it!

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  74. I signed up for their newsletter. Love their website!

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  75. I'm definitely a night owl. I love sewing after the family has gone to bed.

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  76. Night owl 🦉 have to get those kids in bed!

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  77. I follow the Scarlet Thread on Facebook. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  78. I am definitely not a night owl for sewing. Too tired!

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  79. Middle of the day, sometimes late night.

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  80. Visited their wonderful shop, great selection of patterns!

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  81. I guess I am more of a afternoon/ evening quilter. I do most of my quilting from late morning to dinner time. In the evening I like to do handwork, but I still get to bed by 9 or 9:30. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  82. I follow the Scarlet Thread on Fb. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  83. I am a night owl for sure. However, I have learned from experience not to cut fabric after 11!

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  84. I am definitely not a night owl lol. We get up at 4:45 a.m. and can hardly stay awake past 8 or 9 pm.

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  85. I am a night owl! Always have been, too. It was so hard to get up for school! bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  86. I get the newsletter from Scarlet Threads Co.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  87. Neither! Middle of the day is my best time.

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  88. I love the batiks in the shop - this one especially -Berried Treasure 40 Karat Jewels

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  89. I signed up for their newsletter

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  90. Looks like they have a great selection of Moda Grunge. Yay!

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  91. I'm definitely an early bird!!!

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  93. I follow The Scarlet Thread Co on facebook.

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  94. I'm an early bird person but a night owl stitcher!

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  95. I am a FB follower of the Scarlet Thread!

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  96. I"m neither an early bird or a night owl, but a mid-afternoon bird when it comes to sewing! When the housework is done and the dogs are walked, I can find time to sew. I don't process well after dark either!

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  97. Depends on day but I say I am mostly a modday quilters. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  98. I follow The Scarlet Thread on IG.

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  99. I'm a mid-day sewer. I do my housework/gardening, etc in the morning. Then I sew in the afternoon. Work before play, as they say.😀

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  100. On the weekends I am a middle of the day to early evening quilter. During the week it is strictly early evening because I work during the day. :)

    Sandy A

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  101. I follow The Scarlet Thread on Facebook
    Sandy A

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  102. I definitely am an early bird sewer.

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  103. I follow The Scarlet Thread on Facebook

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  104. Night owl when it comes to sewing.

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  105. I live all the different books they sell! I’m excited about the embroidery ones!!

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  106. Night Owl for trying to sleep, but my best sewing is done during the day... when I am too tired mistakes happen :(

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  107. I am an early bird, I sew early and knit in the evening

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  108. I follow scarlet thread on instagram and get there newsletter

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  109. Early bird - especially in the summer!

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  110. OOh, the Meadowland Kit is really pretty!

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  111. I signed up for The Scarlet Thread Newsletter.

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  112. Early bird, I can hand stitch late but don't give me a rotary cutter or make me run a machine. Mistakes happen!

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  113. Another early bird here, well after that cup of coffee!

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  114. I'm an early bird. Having said that, I hate having to get up early and rushing anywhere, but I'd much rather start something in the morning, that waiting until night time.

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  115. Late at night after everyone has gone to bed. I love the peace and quiet.

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  116. Wow, never heard of this shop. The picture reel caught my eye first thing. Loads of lovely patterns, as if I need more...

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  117. I'm an early bird sewer - great way to start my day!

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  118. I am more of an early bird. Actually, my best time is midday. But if I am inspired I can sew until past my bedtime.

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  119. I am an early bird, prob because I don't have very good lighting for after dark!
    Mgeward@aol.com

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  120. I visited the shop and I love the Zuma- High Tide in glowfish by Tula Pink

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  121. I get Scarlet Thread's newsletter.

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  122. Definitely an early bird for most things...quilting is usually in the evening though.

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  123. Early bird for me. Later means a LOT of UN-sewing !!!

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  124. I am an early bird crafter, after putting kids to bed, I'm usually ready for bed too!

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  125. I am most definitely an early bird! A morning person, in bed by 10pm! Thank you, Susan

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  126. I follow Scarlet Thread Co on Facebook & newsletter! Thank you, Susan

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  127. I am an Early Bird. It is very rarely I am awake after 10 at night.

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  128. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  129. I am changing as I get older. Staying up later and sleeping in!! Thank you for all you provide us.

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  130. The earlier in the day, the better for me. I am fresh and pay more attention to detail. As the day gets later, the less accurate I become.

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  131. Definitely a night owl! Of course, the fact that I sometimes have to work overnights in the summer helps!

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  132. Afternoon sewer here. I'm home all day and can sew anytime! :)

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  133. I like anything Bonnie and Camille in their shop...especially the Handmade Red Bias Stripe fabric for bindings.

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  134. I used to do a lot of night owl sewing, but the older I get, the harder it is to focus. I usually do most of my sewing in the middle of the day now. It takes me a while to get going in the mornings. I just enjoy the time I do have to sew whenever that happens.

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  135. I follow the Scarlet Thread on FB.

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  136. I would love to sew as an early bird, but can only do that on the weekends. So I have to be a night owl for the time being, until I can retire. Thank you.

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  137. I have never purchased any "Tilda" fabric, but it is lovely and would like to buy some in their store. Thank you.

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  138. Hi, I'm a Night Owl ! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  139. I follow the Scarlet Thread on FB,gmail !

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  140. I didn't take up quilting until I retired so I sew during the day. Find It does go better though when I work in the morning :)

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  141. I like this little bundle I found at Scarlet Thread's website https://www.scarletthreadquiltco.com/shop/Fabric/Scarlet-Exclusive-Bundles/p/Grunge-Seeing-Stars-Fat-Quarter-Bundle-x34529696.htm

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  142. I am usually a night owl but that can vary. Sometimes I do get up early and stitch then.

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  143. I follow the Scarlet Thread on Facebook.

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  144. I am an early bird. I find that I'm most creative, most productive, and less prone to errors in the morning. That said, I won't complain if I can sew all day long.

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  145. I saw this cute fabric in the shop:
    Just Shellin' Seas the Day in Royal Blue

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  146. Haha...as crazy as it sounds I am up every morning by 4:30 and am most productive in the morning.

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  147. I have subscribed to their newsletter.

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  148. I sew anytime that I find the time.

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  149. I work on sewing and crafting in the evenings and late night. I'm an very early riser, but mornings and daytime hours are spent working on homemaking chores or household projects then when evenings are free I spend time doing the things I love to do...sewing, knitting, crocheting or crafting or reading.

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  150. I checked Scarlet Thread's site...some cute projects so I signed up to follow them on Pinterest and newsletter.

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  151. I am both. I get up before 6am and go to bed after midnight.

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  152. I’ve been both an early bird �� and a night owl �� lately.��

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  153. My favorite item in the Shop is a For You charm pack.

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  154. I am a night owl quilter. Since I work full time, I have to sew when it is convenient.

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  155. I follow The Scarlet Thread on Facebook. I like their selections they have.

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  156. Best part of the day is early morning.

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  157. There is no time of day as sweet as early morning for any task... just the birds and me!

    ssheilaquiltss at gmail.com

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  158. I found some delicious yellows at Scarlet Thread!

    ssheilaquiltss @ Gmail . Com

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  159. I like to sew in late afternoon or between the hours of 8 and 11pm....not totally a Night Owl but pointing in that direction!

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  160. I'm an early bird (but not too early)! I make mistakes, sewing at night.

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  161. I receive Scarlet Threads newsletter.

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  162. I signed up for the Scarlet Threads newsletter.

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  163. I sew whenever I have the time.

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  164. I am now, and always have been, a night owl. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  165. I follow Scarlet Thread Quilt Co. on Facebook, and signed up for their Newsletter. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  166. I am a night owl, and always have been. I am convinced that this is an inborn trait. Two of my sisters were night owls, and one was an early bird. The early bird and one of the night owls were only 13 months apart, and for years shared a bedroom, because it seemed natural based on their ages. Finally common sense prevailed and the early bird got her own room while the younger night owl roomed with a sister with a similar circadian rhythm. Everyone was so much happier! (Interestingly, those with the same sleep/wake cycles also had the same tolerance for disarray, while the early bird really needed a very neat environment. I've often wondered if there is a correlation or if that was just a coincidence.)

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  167. I love all the ways there are to search for fabric at Scarlet Thread. I think there option to search by color--and then to show the fabric in such big thumbnails--makes considering the choices really easy. What a great shop!

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  168. My best sewing time is in the late afternoon! Keeps me away from snacking too much in the kitchen!

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

Melissa