Tuesday, July 16, 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 Yellow Sew Colorful Bundle from  Fat Quarter Shop is . . .  Number #178 . . .   Congrats rosemaryschild!!!   I have emailed you :)   


 

        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Shabby Fabrics!!   Shabby Fabrics has an amazing selection of Fabrics and  so many cute BOM's and Clubs!!!  And don't forget, Shabby Fabrics  also has an amazing  Clearance Section, you are sure to find some amazing deals, and have also just added a whole bunch of Quilt Kits on sale as well!!  Super fun!!!   
  

And for the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway  Shabby Fabrics is giving one lucky winner a $30.00 Gift Certificate!!!!!   Now the winner can get just what they have been wishing for, and maybe a little something to help welcome Spring ;)


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 when you were small, what did you want to be when you grew up?

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Shabby Fabrics love. You can follow them on FacebookTwitterYou TubePinterest, or Instagram.  You can Sign up for the Shabby Fabrics Newsletter (top right hand corner) or Follow their Blog,  or you can Visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Shabby Fabric Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, July 23rd 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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214 comments:

  1. Well my mother thought I should be Nurse Nancy...I even had a Golden Book with that title....but I decided I wanted to be a teacher, and I am.

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  2. I follow shabby fabrics on Instagram and YouTube ;)

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  3. A wild flower farmer! Worked in the florist industry...now happy tending my own gardens & sewing with pretty floral fabric 🌸🌸🌸

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  4. I wanted to be a teacher - loved to play school as a youngster.

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  5. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email.

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  6. I wanted to be a nurse. But a summer as a Candy-Striper volunteer convinced me otherwise. I stayed in the medical field, becoming a Medical Technologist.


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  7. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email. She has a great pillowcase tutorial I've used several times!

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  8. I thought I wanted to be a lawyer but ended up a teacher like my mother.

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  9. I wanted to be a cop and a mom.

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  10. I wanted to be Wonder Woman, or the President. =) Now I'm a SAHM, which is basically Wonder Woman, right?

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  11. I wanted to be a Math teacher. I became an accountant but now substitute teach.

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  12. Happy to see that Shabby Fabric still has some yardage of Sugar Sack---and on sale!

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  13. I visited Shabby Fabrics and wandered through their fabrics and clearance. What a great selection of batiks they carry both in the regular stock and on sale. Good to know!

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  14. My cousin and I were going to run a horse farm together when we grew up. It's not a full fledged horse farm, but she does have several horses today. Me, um no, but that's ok.

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  15. I think I wanted to be a teacher, since I didn't know about any other jobs!

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  16. I so terribly wanted to be an airline stewardess. I thought I would be able to travel the world and work at the same time. Unfortunately, I only grew to be 5 foot tall, not tall enough. But I have had a wonderful career working at Boeing (Jet mjg) as an Accountant.

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  17. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  18. I've always loved to write, so I thought I'd put my skill to use to write famous novels! No books have been written yet....
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  19. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  20. I sent to Shabby Fabrics and looked at their Coming Soon items. I really like the exotic look of the Kashmir line of fabrics!

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  21. I wanted to be a teacher when I was little. That didn't happen.

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  22. I follow Shabby Fabrics in instagram.

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  23. When I was little I wanted to be an airline attendant, but I became a nurse. I wanted to travel the world. I travel but not with my occupation

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  24. I follow shabby fabrics on Facebook and you tube.

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  25. I thought I might be a teacher, but when I got older, I went into food service and I loved that for 40 years.

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  26. I visited Shabby Fabrics. Man, do they have a lot of fabric. A great set up to search for fabric by manufacturer too.

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  27. When I was a very little girl I wanted to be a ballerina, after that I wanted to be a doctor. :-)

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  28. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram and love their You Tube tutorials! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. I follow Shabby Fabrics with their newsletter, YouTube and Bloglovin.

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  30. I wanted to be a veterinarian. I am not, but I have always had animals.

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  31. I am going to the Shabby Fabrics site to check out their sales. I am a fabriholic!

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  32. I am going to the Shabby Fabrics website to check out their sales. I am a fabriholic!

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  33. A Marine Biologist...I wanted to save the whales!

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  34. I follow Shabby fabrics on Instagram also.

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  35. A teacher's aide or a own a daycare.

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  36. I receive shabby fabrics newsletter.

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  37. Don't remember wanting to be anything as a child - but I wanted to be an exchange student as a teen, and thankfully, I spent a year in Australia as a exchange student. Life changing experience. Thanks for the giveaway! Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  38. I've followed Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest for ages.... Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  39. I wanted to be an archeologist.

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  40. I love Shabby Fabrics, follow them on Instagram as well as get their newsletter, and I've made a couple of their wool applique BOM's.

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  41. I wanted to be a nurse, but never did make it for that. I am an insurance agent. Thank you.

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  42. Wanted to be a lawyer. I did a year of law school and decided it was not what I wanted to be. It was a good decision.

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  43. I receive shabby fabrics newsletter and I am receiving their monthly "hexie Door hangers". Thank you.

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  44. I am a newsletter subscriber and Bloglovin follower

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  45. I follow shabby fabrics on you tube

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  46. I always wanted to be a teacher and I was.

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  47. I always wanted to be a teacher.

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  48. For a time I wanted to be a lawyer. Instead I became an Engineer which is much better suited to my skills.

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  49. I saw this beauty in the shop: Looking Forward 12 FQ Set - New Leaf Set by Moda Fabrics

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  50. Follow Shabby Fabrics by FB,IG,EMAIL.

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  51. Hi,it seems even as a child I always wanted to be a Nurse;fulfilled that dream. Linda R.N.

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  52. I wanted to be the lady that helped you with buying glasses and fitting them!!

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  53. I get shabby fabrics email and instagram.

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  54. I wanted to be a mom. I have six kids 😀

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  55. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email and YouTube.

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  56. I wanted to be a logger like my dad...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  57. I follow them on facebook, youtube happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  58. I always wanted to be a school teacher. I was blessed with the opportunity of doing just that for 25 years.

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  59. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram

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  60. wanted to be a fashion designer

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  61. I already follow Shabby Fabrics, in fact I just got an order in the mail this week. Love their fabrics!!

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  62. I wanted to be a pianist, and did that.

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  63. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram

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  64. follow them on facebook, ig and email

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  65. I wanted to be a secretary. My whole career was doing office work.

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  66. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and get their emails.

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  67. I wanted to ba an airline stewardess so I could travel the world!

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  68. I have been a fan of Shabby Fabrics and am on their Newsletter list.

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  69. I wanted to be an astronomer. Went to college for it but calculus was tougher than expected. Oh well.

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  70. I wanted to be a nurse .. didn't get to do that but worked in the Medical field most of my working life.

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  71. I follow Shabby by newsletter, instagram and FB.

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  72. I wanted to be a dancer, then a scientist. Haven't danced in more than 40 years, and my baking is getting worse as I get older. lol

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  73. I wanted to be a Marine Biologist--the lady Jacques Cousteau

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  74. I follow Shabby Fabrics by newsletter. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  75. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest and also receive their Newsletter

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  76. I am 76, and I don't remember what I wanted to be except maybe be a mother. I didn't want to be a teacher (my parents and grandparents and one great-grandparent were teachers), but I became a special ed. teacher:), and I became a mother. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  77. Oh, that's easy
    ..I wanted to be a writer and a quilter. Bethastrand@gmail.com

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  78. I follow Shabby Fabrics by newsletter

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  79. Congratulations to Rosemary's Child. She is not my child but I do hope she enjoys this wonderful winning prize!!
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be a mommy

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  80. I love Shabby fabrics and I have purchased many goodies from them
    I follow them all over town and get their newsletters

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  81. I wanted to be an artist and a designer.

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  82. I am subscribed to Shabby Fabrics emails and follow via IG and fB.

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  83. a nurse - unfortunately I wasn't good in science

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  84. I wanted to be a secretary because I loved to use my mother's old manual typewriter!

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  85. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email and Facebook

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  86. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG.

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  87. I wanted to be a veterinarian.

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  88. First time I've heard of Shabby Fabrics. They have nice BOM patterns.

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  89. I loved horses and other animals as a child, and I wanted to be a veterinarian for a while.

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  90. I follow them on IG as @kathy_ken

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  91. I have always loved books and wanted to be librarian when I was young. I'm not but my daughter is ! Thanks!

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  92. I love their Shabby Shapes in their shop!!

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  93. I thought about being a nurse--ended up in the medical profession as a Medical Laboratory Scientist.barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  94. I follow Shabby Fabrics with their newsletter.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  95. I wanted to be a nun from the age 7 til I turned 14. Now I have five kids and sew quilts in my retirement years. Best choice ever!!

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  96. I wanted to be a hairdresser. I have since retired.

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  97. I wanted to be a stay at home mommy like my mom with lots of children. I would cook and clean and sew and always be there for my children. Well, I got it all except the many children. Two was more than enough. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  98. I follow them by FB and I get their newsletter
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  99. I wanted to be a forest ranger!
    Joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  100. I wanted to be a stewardess, but as I got older I realized I am afraid of heights.

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  101. As a kid, I wanted to be a teacher, and my friends and I played "teacher" a lot. That's what I ended up doing for 20 years!

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  102. I receive emails from Shabby Fabrics.

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  103. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email, FB, and Instagram.

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  104. i wanted to me a "mommy", and thats what i've been for the past 45 years!!!

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  105. I wanted to be an artist when I grew up. I also wanted to be a chocolatier especially one like Willy Wonka. I listened to too many people tell me both of these were foolish.

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  106. i follow Shabby fabrics by email.

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  107. A nurse or a teacher - and didn't do either!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  108. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  109. I wanted to be a nurse. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  110. I love shabby fabric. I get their newsletter and follow them on Facebook. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  111. I never knew what I wanted to be when I grew up (I still don't). I know it wasn't anything to do with sewing back then (thank goodness we change).

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  112. I'm not on social media (other than blogging) but I get Shabby's newsletter

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  113. Visited the shop, love their fabric selection!

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  114. I wanted to be a actor or a model, didn't happen...

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  115. I never knew what I wanted to be and still don't LOL!

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  116. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Bloglovin

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  117. I wanted to be a Flight attendant I thought that was the best job in the world.

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  118. I Love Shabby fabrics they always make you feel that you can make any and everything. I Love them.

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  119. I wanted to be a teacher, but ended up being an accountant!

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  120. I wanted to be a teacher - but things change & I became a librarian instead. Thanks.

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  121. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG and love them!!!

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  122. I signed up for the Shabby Fabrics newsletter. Thanks again.

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  123. I wanted to be a ballet dancer. Remember it well.

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  124. I wanted to be a Teacher...& I did teach at Head Start for few years...but mostly was a secretary at a Career Center :) Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way :D

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  125. I get their Newsletter, & follow on Pinterest & You Tube :)

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  126. I wanted to be a teacher like Miss Groff (2nd grade).

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  127. I wanted to be an airline stewardess! It looked glamorous back in the early 70's! nettiecrain@live.om

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  128. I order a lot from Shabby Fabs, watch their U Tube videos and get their newsletter.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  129. When I was younger I wanted to be a teacher. Instead, I ended up working in the healthcare business.

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  130. I'm not a Christmas person but I love both of Shabby Fabric's Christmas BOMs

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  131. I follow Shabby fabrics on Facebook and get their newsletters. I have bought fabric from them a few times.

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  132. I always wanted to be a teacher and I was for over 35 years. Now I am a professional grandmother.

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  133. I receive Shabby Fabric emails.

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  134. I don't think I had any idea when I was very young. By the time I worked the computer business was booming so I became a nerd :)

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  135. I follow and love Shabby Fabrics!

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  136. When I was younger I wanted to be a nurse. Not sure why, but I think it was because my mom wanted to be one but couldn't afford the schooling.

    Sandy A

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  137. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and get their newsletter.

    Sandy A

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  138. I wanted to be a doctor. In the end I spent 30 plus years in cancer research.

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  139. I follow Shabby by E-mail and Facebook.

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  140. Had no clue, until I was in high school... I had thoughts of being an architect, but wasn't ready for post-high school education, and never went back...

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  141. I'm following them on FB, IG, email

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  142. I always wanted to be a teacher and my neighbors were my students. My dream came true and I felt like I was getting paid to "play" for 38 years!

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  143. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB and through email. Love their kits!

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  144. I wanted to be an artist and paint beautiful pictures. I ended up working in offices most of the time with a short wonderful period of time as a stay at home mom.

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  145. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and via e-mail. I like Abloom!

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  146. I remember a brief time I really wanted to be an architect. I would draw houses (for some reason all A-Frames, maybe because they're easy to draw from the front), but I didn't get very far with that. I don't remember any other occupations I wanted!

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  147. I visited Shabby Fabrics and tried to decide what I'd get if I had a bit of money to spend there. I didn't make any final decision, but there sure were a lot of great choices! It would definitely be some kind of yardage, or maybe some things from Northcott Fabrics' When Life Gives You Lemons line.

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  148. As a kid I didn't think too much about what I wanted to be when I grew up. I did want to be married and have a family.

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  149. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  150. I wanted to be a teacher, just like my mom.

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  151. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  152. I receive Shabby Fabrics emails.

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  153. At one time, probably 12 or 13, I wanted to be a pharmacist. I thought they made all the drugs right there in the store with a giant chemistry set.
    Before that I wanted to be a magician.

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  154. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram.

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  155. I always wanted to be a teacher, but turned out I was a banker instead. When I retired, I decided to become a substitute teacher, to fulfill my dreams. However, I found out fast that I was a much better banker!!

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  156. When I was around 6-8, I wanted to be a flight attendant. Then I wanted to be a ballerina until I was about 10. After that, I wanted to be a wife and mother and that's what I became, my DREAM JOB!!!

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  157. I follow Shabby fabrics on instagram.

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  158. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest.

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  159. I wanted to be a pediatrician. A wise mentor and the Lord pointed out that I am a caregiver and therefore, more suited to be a nurse. They were right. 40 years as a pediatric intensive care nurse!!! So incredibly blessed!

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  160. Love Shabby Fabrics’ precut, laser shapes for the holidays! Follow their blog.

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  161. I wanted to be a teacher, or a librarian, or a horse trainer. Thanks!

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  162. I receive Shabby Fabric's newsletter. Thanks!

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  163. I wanted to be an airline stewardess.

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  164. There were so many things I thought I wanted to do -- One was an airline stewardess! Now, that was in the 60's, so by the time I was old enough, I was too big! LOL

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  165. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook, and I get the newsletter.

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  166. I wanted to be a horse trainer. I was for a while, starting horses under saddle. Now I'm a SAHM and training ponies for my 4 young kids! It's perfect! Mgeward@aol.com

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  167. I grew up in the era when little girls only wanted to be a teacher or a nurse. I really did not want to be either, I just wanted to be a mommy.

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  168. I was a reader growing up, and Nancy Drew and Cherry Ames were two of my favourite series. Living in a small town, there were never any mysteries to solve, so I decided to become a nurse - and after a few twists and turns, that's exactly what I did!

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  169. I just visited the Shabby Fabrics website - the Snow Days collection caught my eye. It's been SO hot here lately, that the thought of snow cooled me off just a bit!

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  170. When I was a kid I wanted to be a vet.

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  171. Following Shabby Fabrics on FB.

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  172. I wanted to be a flight attendant. LOL Then, I went into the Air Force

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  173. When I was young, I wanted to be a teacher, a nurse, or a mother. I rotated among those three for most of my pre-college years. I ended up being a teacher.

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  174. I wanted to be a teacher. I was born in the 1950s, and teacher, nurse were the jobs women took. I'm glad the world has expanded.

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  175. I get their newsletter and watch YouTube.

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  176. When I was a kid I wanted to be a wife, a mother, a doctor, a writer, an artist, and a scientist. Yeah I was a bit ambitious.

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  177. I wanted to be a professional gymnast....unfortunately, my body just wouldn't keep up, though I did manage to compete for a number of years at a top level!

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  178. I'm signed up to receive newsletters

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  179. I wanted to be an actress/singer.

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  180. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram.

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  181. I wanted to be an astronaut, then a teacher and then a mom. Never made astronaut but the other two---WINNER!

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  182. I have an email subscription to Shabby Fabrics

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  183. I wanted to be an entomologist. I had a bug collection for a while but made the boys catch the bees for me. I'm glad I overcame that fascination LOL

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  184. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook

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  185. When I was small, I wanted to be an animal doctor. I didn't end up doing that, but I still love my pets! Thanks for the great giveaway Melissa and Shabby Fabrics!

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  186. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook!

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

Melissa