Tuesday, August 13, 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 the new Zen Chic Spotted 2019 collection from Olie and Evie is . . .  Number #100 . . .   Congrats Susan!!!   I have emailed you :)   


 

        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop.   Fat Quarter Shop is amazing and they never cease to amaze me with everything they have going on at their shop!!!     And did you know they have a 24 Hour Flash Sale every day with 2 Flash Sales on Tuesdays!!   And not only do they have a daily deal, they have a Fabric Basic, Pattern, and Notion of the Month!!!!    And this month you will score big on all of them!!!  All Blossom Basics are on sale and this basic is just so great!!!  Also, All Pellon Products are on sale for the Notion, and All Coriander Quilts Patterns are on sale for the Pattern.  (and she has so many fantastic patterns!!!)    Save 20-30% off of all of them for the whole month of August!!  So great ;) 

24 Hour Flash Sales at the Fat Quarter Shop!


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a Beautiful Moda August Basics Bundle curated by Fat Quarter Shop with 12 Fat Quarters all a variety of wonderful Moda Basics in beautiful colors ;)   I just love how awesome basics are for blenders and backgrounds, and even all basic quilts!!  So fun!!!  



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

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me a favorite school time memory??  (Today is the first day back to school and I am so excited for my kiddo's!!!)  

 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, August 20th, 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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257 comments:

  1. A favorite school time memory of mine is taking a field trip to the planetarium - I thought that was the coolest thing ever!

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  2. Following Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram!

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  3. I always loved going shopping for new clothes for the new school year!

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  4. I follow FQS by email and on IG.

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  5. My favorite time in school was not really schooling but I was on the basketball team. I loved playing basketball but I'm not telling how long ago that was.

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  6. I loved having brand-new school supplies.

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  7. I follow Fat Quarters on Facebook and get their newsletters.

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  8. My favorite memory from school was going to Mackinac Island, Michigan (once in 6th grade for a field trip, once for Senior Skip Day just before graduation)! Gorgeous place, always love going back.

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  9. Getting out for the 2 weeks for Christmas vacation.

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  10. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, Instagram, I get their newsletter and watch religiously on YouTube. Love FQS!

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  11. My favorite school memory is learning to read. My first grade teacher kept me in at recess and asked me to read aloud for another teacher. I realize now that I was reading way above my grade level.

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  12. The smell of new crayons. I absolutely love that smell!! I actually buy a pack about right now to sniff for awhile and then let the grands use em.

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  13. I get FQs newsletter and instagram.

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  14. My favourite school memory was always the first day of school with new outfit, shoes, backpack and school supplies. It was great to reconnect with friends some of whom I had not seen since school ended for the summer.

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  15. One of my favorite school memories is about food, of course. We used to have these big ole cinnamon rolls that were to die for. And big, puffy yeast rolls. Now I have to go so can eat something!

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  16. I follow FQS on everything! Love them.

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  17. One of my favorite memories was read-aloud time after recess and before lunch. My 3rd grade teacher read us the Little House books; my 5th grade teacher read us Watership Down. Some of us would bring our own copies of the books and follow along.

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  18. I follow FQS on Facebook and get their newsletter.

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  19. My favorite classes were science, Home Economics, and English Lit. I like science for nature studies, Home Ec. for sewing, and English Lit. for the clothing and theater/plays.

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  20. that first clean notebook of the year with crisp paper and new pens :-) Michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  21. I love Fat Quarter Shop. I have both the Cheeky fat quarter bundle and mini-bolt fabric organizers on my wish list.

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  22. I receive the FQS notification emails and have purchased from them many times. Love their notions of the month and specials of the month! Michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  23. get thei8r jolly jabber, follo9w on facebook and ig

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  24. Family Fun Night in elementary school. It was an indoor "carnival" with different games. One was a "Cake" walk, where you walked around a circle of numbers until a song was over, then they pulled a number from the box. If you were standing on the number you won a cake from a local bakery. Another game you could win a goldfish. It was so much fun!

    Sandy A

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  25. I get the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter and follow them on Facebook!

    Sandy A

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  26. I'd always loved to go to school, my most impressing moment, and therefore favorite moment to tell about (afterwarts) was as I as a 7 year old, bumping against a schoolmate and lost both my front teeth.....And now, almost 60, I stil love to go to (elementary) school, as a teacher!

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  27. Favorite school memory is wearing that new outfit & new shoes that you begged your parents to buy for you.

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  28. My favorite school memory was being a safety patrol

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  29. I follow FQS on facebook and youtube

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  30. Marching Band is my favorite school time memory. I really enjoyed every bit of it. Thank you.

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  31. I receive FQ Shop's newsletter and order from them quite frequently. Would love to win these basics. Thank you.

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  32. I enjoyed learning to write my alphabet and learning to write in cursive!

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  33. I remember making oil cloth nap mats

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  34. I loved school. I love the new supplies every year ... notebook filled with blank pages waiting to be filled, pencils, crayons. It was all good.

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  35. I follow FQS via blog, email, etc. Have for years ...

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  36. My back to school shopping was always a trip to the fabric dept so my mom could make me new dresses.

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  37. My favorite school time memory was that I was in 4th grade and new to the US, moving here from Europe. Our class went on a long trip three hour trip each way, to Jamestown and Williamsburg in Virginia.
    All of the students, my self included, packed huge lunches and with drinks and dad gave me money. I also brought a huge bag of twizzlers that I shared on the bus.
    The day was a blast, and I bought a tri-cornered hat.
    This was a looooong time ago. Stone ages
    Best adventure ever. Thinking back, 4th grade is such a hilarious time

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  38. Congrats to the winner of the Ollie and Evie prize
    I follow FQS everywhere and get their wonderful emails and news every day!!!

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  39. I loved learning to read. At that time, it was Dick and Jane.

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  40. I receive the FQ Shop newsletter.

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  41. My favorite school memories are our band trips.

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  42. Waiting at the bus stop for the big cheese (school bus) to show up :)

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  43. I follow FQS on Facebook. Thank you!!

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  44. My mom would take me the first part of the summer, and she'd put my school dresses on layaway. Yes, all we were wore dresses and saddle oxfords! Then she'd get them out right before school started, and it was like Christmas to me! Then school didn't start until after Labor Day, and I can remember standing out waiting for the bus, and it would be quite chilly. I wish it was like that now!

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  45. I remember playing Red Rover as a child in school. It was fun, but challenging. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  46. I follow the FQS on FB and email.

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  47. My favorite memory was our senior trip to New York City & Washington D.C.

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  48. I love the Fat Quarter Shop, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  49. I loved the last two years of school which were meant to be so stressful but I loved every minute

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  50. I follow on bloglovin, instagram and by newsletter 😀

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  51. Favourite memory would be when a supply teacher came and there was a TV unit in the classroom.

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  52. Oh! So many fond memories... the best ones were playing marbles, double Dutch skipping, etc at recess in the school yard!

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  53. I am a Fat Quarter Shop follower in everything you listed!!

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  54. Lots of school memories are favorites, but probably the best one was in first grade when I was convinced that my teacher was a magician! I came home and told my mom that Miss Dozer made magic by teaching me how to read! duchick at gmail dot com

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  55. I am a FQS follower on their blog, IG and youtube! duchick at gmail dot com

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  56. My mother was a published poet. On my first day of kindergarten - many decades ago - I came home excited (Mom and Dad had played up how much fun starting school was going to be). That afternoon, Mom and I sat down and she captured my first day in a poem. I wish I knew what happened to that poem. Unfortunately, Mom is no longer with us, so I can't ask her.

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  57. of course the first day of school was exciting but my favorite memory was art class.

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  58. I follow fat quarter shop by email, Facebook, You tube and instagram

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  59. I follow FQS on IG and receive their newsletters.

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  60. My favorite school memory was doing science experiments in high school.

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  61. One of my favorite memories from junior high was discovering I had a teacher who was fun and a disciplinarian. Her class was fun and fast paced, but she always knew when to real in the craziness before it was too much for those of us who liked rules to be followed. It was a relief to be in her class during a crazy time in school.
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  62. I get the FQS's very dangerous newsletter.

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  63. My favorite memory was the first day my kiddos got to ride the school bus! Yay! Thank you, Susan

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  64. I follow FQS by email newsletter! Thank you, Susan

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  65. We had a school with a tube-slide type fire escape that was fun to climb up and slide down.

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  66. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB, IG and Twitter.

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  67. I remember May Day celebrations at a school I attended in Hawaii.

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  68. I remember going to my 3 room school house in the country, boy does that make me feel old! The first year I was there, we still had out houses, then indoor plumbing was put in the next year! Progress was sure delightful especially in the winter!

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  69. In Home Economics class, I was supposed to whip some cream, I whipped too long and made butter instead. ��I weould love to win the basic basic colors fat quarter bundle.

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  70. My second grade teacher had a claw foot bathtub in the classroom .The student of the day got to sit in it for reading time. And to this day, I still love to read a real book in the bath!

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  71. I don't have Twitter but I follow the Fat Quarter Shop every where else - I even just bought the Summer Moon book.

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  72. In first grade I was in a fashion show!

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  73. I follow FQS on Instagram also

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  74. We would shop for school supplies before school started and again at Christmas break.

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  75. Most of my best memories are from college in particular when i joined the fencing team.

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  76. When I was in grade 1, I couldn't reach the pencil sharpener and my big brother, 5 years older, said he would help me and I was so indignant because I wanted to do it myself. Didn't appreciate my big bro, but, I do now.

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  77. A favorite memory of school was playing tag on the octagon monkey bars. "No touching the ground!"

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  78. Love the "Floralish" fat quarters on Instagram.

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  79. My favorite school memory was from High School. I was in a Creative Writing class and one of our assignments was to write a story book for a 5th grader that we were assigned to. My illustrations were pretty awful, but I remember all the students in my class being so excited to get to go to recess again. This was late fall and it was pretty cold outside. I remember all the high school students just standing there shivering like crazy while all the elementary school kids were playing around. It was loads of fun though. amanda.c09 at hotmail.com

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  80. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram as well as youtube. I also regularly look to see what the flash sale is for the day.

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  81. My favorite school memories are walking to and from school with my sister and my best friends.

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  82. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  83. My favorite memories are getting new school supplies - oh the smell of a box of new crayons!!

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  84. My favorite school time memories are the years when I had warm, loving, kind teachers - namely 2nd and 5th grades.

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  85. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and saw this bundle when they first posted it - I love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  86. I remember field days in school. They were always so fun, so I guess why it stuck in my mind.
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  87. I already get their newsletters...
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  88. when i lived in Pasadena K-4th the first day was always picture day. I loved getting all dressed up and looking oh so pretty. Mom always made me a special dress and did my hair real nice. In later years, it was not on the first day of school, but I still loved picture day. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  89. I get their newsletter and follow on face book
    quilting lady 2 at comcast dot net

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  90. My favorite school memory is also my younger brother's most memorable school memory. On my first day of 5th grade, my brother had his first day of Kindergarten at the same school. He was so excited about school and wanted to follow all the directions just right. About halfway through the day, the principal came to my classroom to call me out into the corridor. She was very agitated. My little brother decided after lunch that it was time to go home for a nap because the teacher had told him they always had a rest break after lunch. But he wanted to nap at home rather than with the other students. Sooooo, he climbed a 6 -foot chain link fence and ran home. (The fence surrounded the Kindergarten playground where they had eaten their lunches outside.) My brother hadn't told the teacher he was leaving or where he was going; because, LOL, if he had, she surely would have stopped him. So the principal was frantically worried about where a new Kindergarten student would have gone after he climbed the fence and ran away. Several students had seen him leave and they had told the principal he didn't seem upset, just in a hurry. LOL! I guessed right away where he would go because I had spent the summer showing him the route to take to walk home from school by himself if it was ever necessary and I wasn't available; not knowing he would think it was necessary on that very first day. LOL! So I ran home and found him asleep in his bed. My mom had no idea he'd simply walked in the front door quietly and gone to take a nap like the teacher told him to do. I woke him up and explained that school wasn't over, we needed to go back; which we did together. He was so worried that the teacher would be upset with him; when he thought he was simply following directions. Boy, was that teacher embarrassed when I took him back and so happy that he was safe. Instead of scolding him, she gave him a big hug and burst into tears. And the principal was very grateful too. She patted him on the head repeatedly and thanked me for doing such a great job teaching him his correct route between home and school. Then we both went back to class to finish what was left of our school day. -- Our whole family laughed about it later; but when I think back on it now, as an adult, mostly I am just so very grateful that he knew the route and didn't get lost or kidnapped along his way. I was also so glad that I'd taught him his address and phone number in case something bad ever happened and he needed assistance to get back to his family. (I did the same thing with my own daughter years later; although luckily, she never broke out of school without permission.) The Lord blessed us that day, and we always kid him about it now. He finds it as funny as we do. He always points out that he was simply trying to follow instructions. He just didn't understand why the fence made that goal more difficult than necessary. What a great memory. :)

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  91. New school supplies and clothes 😁

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  92. My best memories are from playtime -skipping and stick games ( a New Zealand Maori game)

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  93. I follow Fat Quarter shop in most ways- Facebook, Instagram, YouTube.

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  94. As an adult, my favourite memories of school starting was filling out the calendar with all the special days in the year, the celebrations and the vacation days.

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  95. I follow Fat Quarter shop on Facebook and I get their newsletter and a lot of emails from all the various clubs/groups.

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  96. Loved going shopping for supplies - all new, unbroken & organized 😁

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  97. I get FQ newsletters - one of my go to sites for fabrics online.

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  98. Bonnie L SchwegerlAugust 13, 2019 at 3:23 PM

    Shopping for school supplies for grandaughter

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  99. We lived just down the street from the grade school I went to and we would sneak in after hours to play on the playground equipment!

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  100. I subscribe to FQS newsletter and follow on FB!

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  101. My neighborhood friends came home from school and played school!

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  102. Fat Quarter shop is great! I receive their newsletters.

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  103. I remember swinging on the swings at recess. It seemed like they were so tall and we flew way up in the sky.

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  104. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram.

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  105. My favorite early school days memory is a new lunch box/thermos. I was a bus student in the days of no school cafeterias so I carried a lunch. Each year I got to have a shiny new lunch box!

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  106. I visit Fat Quarter Shop every day to check out their flash sales :)

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  107. My favorite school thing was the last day of the year.

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  108. My very first quilt was a class assignment for my senior Home Ec class way back in 1968.

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  109. My favorite school time memory was "field day" when we got to play games outside instead of a regular class day. Magic.

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  110. I follow FQS on Instagram and Facebook.

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  112. I showed the love because I follow them on Instagram

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  113. My favorite thing about the first day of school was getting a new dress.

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  114. I remember having fun getting school supplies like crayons, notebooks, binders, etc and those zippered holders for pencils that were put in the binders. I also remember getting pinched by the binder a couple times.

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  115. I loved getting a new box of crayons; it’s still my favorite smell.

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  116. my favorite school time memory was every morn from 9th through 12th grade: I and many of my friends would be early to school, having come from early morning Seminary, and we would just visit, have a good time, and sometimes finish up homework. Happy memories!

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  117. I follow the FQS's blog and get their newsletter!

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  118. I follow FQS on facebook and instagram.

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  119. Oh we are a couple of weeks away from school...I remember the excitement of the first day back. I also fondly remember walking to school:)

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  120. I receive the FQS newsletter and blog updates

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

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  122. Going back to school, meant we got to help our mother sew new clothes.

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  123. The most vivid memory I have isn't happy, but when I was in the fifth grade, the school caught on fire. We wound up having classes in all the churches in our small town while a new school was built.

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  124. I receive a newsletter from the Fat Quarter Shop.

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  125. I loved shopping for new school supplies.

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  126. I loved getting the new metal lunch box every year! The new school supplies were fun also!

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  127. I follow them by email, FB, IG, Pinterest, You Tube

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  128. Ugh. My birthday is in September so I always got school clothes!!

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  129. I follow FQS all over the dang place - Twitter, IG, FB, etc. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  130. We walked to school and there was a small market, a bakery, and an ice cream and candy shop in the 5 blocks between home and school. Walks home often included a stop at one or the other if we'd earned our allowance that week. :-)

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  131. I follow FQS all over the place. And I shop there too!

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  132. I always was excited to see my friends after the summer break

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  133. I receive the Fat Quarter newsletter.

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  134. I received a new outfit to begin school. bmccoll7@aol.com

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  135. My favorite school memory was getting up extra early to get into my brand new clothes and getting my new backpack ready with all my supplies. The first day of school was always exciting to me!

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  136. I liked school - all of it. I liked the excitement of the new year starting. I love the smell of a grade school!

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  137. I always started the new year with a new dress.

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  138. I follow the FQS by e-mail, on FB and IG.

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  139. New school clothes! I remember the excitement of being able to try on all my new items that my mom ordered from the Sears catalog.

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  140. I follow fqs on Facebook and Instagram.

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  141. My favorite memory was in 6th grade penmanship class. I won the award for the neatest penmanship teacher has ever seen. I still get compliments on my cursive to this day. I am already a huge fan of FQShop Right now my favorite item is EVERYTHING!!! Who can decide??? HA!

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  142. I played flute in the school and marching bands and loved it all!

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  143. My favorite memory is my first grade teacher coloring us a huge picture for our birthdays!

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  144. I get Fat Quarter Shops emails.

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  145. My favorite memory was marching in the high school band.

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  146. I loved going through the Sears catalog to figure out my first-day outfit! Great question!

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  147. I love that FQS now has cross-stitch fabrics! I'll be placing an order soon ...

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  148. My favorite back-to-school memory-- I think I was starting Jr. High, & a new Sears store had just opened in our town. My Dad gave me $10 to buy a new dress for school. I found the perfect dress, but it was $12 !! Somehow, I talked my Dad into letting me get the dress!!

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  149. I love FQS, & follow them every way possible!

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  150. I always enjoyed the sewing for school clothes! My mum also knitted so we always had new sweaters too!

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  151. I follow the FQSs blog and get their newsletter!

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  152. I follow FQS and get their newsletters.

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  153. My favorite school time memory was going back and seeing all my friends that I hadn't seen durning the summer.

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  154. I follow FQS on Facebook and Utube. I have ordered from FQS before and was quite satified with how fast I recieved my material after ordering. Loved the material. I love the free patterns. Thank you for them!!

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  155. I remember homemade peanut butter cups in the high school cafeteria (late '60s) that cost 5 cents. Yummy!

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  156. I follow FQS by email and shop there quite often!

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  157. One of my favorite memories of school is a collective one, day after day, year after year: riding the bus. I loved our bus drivers, who were our friends and were interested in each kid and who watched out for us. I loved the camaraderie of being on the bus with my friends in the early morning and at end of the day. I remember days when someone was sad and we would rally round them, or days when we would all sing songs and the happiness was almost palpable and I would hate to get off the bus because we were having so much fun. It was time together with my friends, overseen by kind adults, and those are happy memories.

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  158. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop's blog under my wordygirl at earthlink dot net email address.

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  159. My favorite is taking my children to school on the first day. I always cried, they didn't.

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  160. Schooltime memory: writing for the underground paper.

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  161. School always started the day after Labor Day. You had a full summer to enjoy. golddust at kpunet dot net

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  162. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on IG. golddust at kpunet dot net

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  163. I loved getting new books each year, so many new things to learn!

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  164. I follow FQS on Instagram and blog.

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  165. My favorite school time memory in school - would be seeing my friends after summer. I follow FQS on instagram, the blog, facebook, pinterest, you tube and get the newsletters. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  166. I loved a new box of crayons and books I was the first one to open and crease.
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  167. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop blog and watch them on YouTube.
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  168. I remember all the new school supplies and getting the new shoes for that first day of school. I loved school!!

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  169. I follow through many different media. Facebook is one of them

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  170. My favorite memory is figuring out I was blind as a bat because I couldn't see the chalkboard. The teacher ended up moving my desk right up to the wall under the board and I said "now I can read it!" I got glasses shortly after that and it opened a whole new world for me! I was 4 3/4 years old and in the first grade when this happened. I didn't go to kindergarten.

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  171. Getting new school supplies, especially a new box of crayons!

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  172. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop blog.

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  173. One of my favorite school time memories is when my 3rd grade teacher asked me to read during the Christmas play. It was my five minutes of fame. I realized then I was not a fan of public speaking.

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  174. Graduation was the best day ever. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  175. Love the good vibes only series

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  176. Follow FQS on FB, IG and YouTube. grinnie1961@ gmail dot com

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  177. Best memories are new shoes and socks plus hand me down dresses from Grandma . She brought them home from Portland OR in the summer. sewspeciallady@yahoo.com

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  178. My favorite memory is of when I was in grade 1 and was Mother Goose in our school Christmas play. I still remember most of my lines! Thanks!

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  179. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter and follow their blog. Thanks!

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  180. I loved getting new school supplies and getting new clothes, shoes. I used to play and tell my student (younger brother) that he could only look at the supplies and he needed to use the old stuff. He always wanted recess and would not come back

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  181. Meeting my future husband! We are celebrating 43 years!!

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  182. I subscribe to the FQS newsletter, follow them on IG and FB.

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

Melissa