Tuesday, December 10, 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 Quilt as you Go Holiday Stocking Kit from Shabby Fabrics is . . .  Number #134. . .   Congrats Sue D!!!   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 Moda Marbles Basics are on sale and this basic is just so great!!!  Also, All Best Press Products are on sale for the Notion, and Check out the Exclusive Pattern of the Month    Save 20-30% off of all of them for the whole month of December!!  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 super fun Granny Chic 2 1/2" Rolie Polie by Lori Holt for Riley Blake Designs!!! I love the whimsical prints and colors in this line and it would make the cutest quilt!!!!   
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 your Holiday Baking Traditions :)  

 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, December 17th, 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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280 comments:

  1. We always make frosted sugar cookies. My kids love to decorate them!

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  2. Mom and I bake Bourbon Pecan Cake for the big family gathering. Years ago we made dozens of cut sugar & gingerbread cookies, also homemade fudge and divinity every year.

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  3. I follow FQS on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube!! 🥰

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  4. I make finnish pulla, hershey kiss cookies, frosted cookies and chocolate orange cookies.

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  5. I make Swedish spritz cookies every Christmas.

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  6. Not a big fan of baking but I make fudge of different kinds, peanut brittle and other yummy sweets.

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  7. I get FQ newsletter and follow them on YouTube.

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  8. We usually made snickerdoodles, Gobs, chocolate covered pretzels, truffles, sugar cookies, butterscotch cheesecake bars, and other cookies. But I can't bake anymore.

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  9. I follow FQS via email and Instagram.

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  10. I love FQS & follow them on FB!

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  11. I am a FQS follower on FB, IG and receive their newsletter...love them!

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  12. My holiday baking has been cut down due to losing weight and trying to keep it off, but I will make just a few traditional favorites and have a nibble of each!

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  13. Baking a variety of cookies & giving them away... the joy is in the giving 😊

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  14. Holiday baking always includes Spritz green Christmas trees & roll out sugar cookies made with butter & dusted with colorful sugar!

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  15. We love to make chocolate chip cookies,butterfinger cookies and peanut butter fudge!

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  16. My Holiday Baking Traditions are frozen pies, and some chocolate chip cookies. mtmom57@gmail.com

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

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  18. I bake at least 5 different Christmas cookie recipes, and then make an assorted plate full for all of our neighbours! (This year I may even sneak in some snowflake chocolates!)

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  19. I get the FQS newsletter and follow them on social media.

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  20. I'd say the gingerbread houses have got to be the favorite :)
    rach62803 at yahoo dot com

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  21. I get their email newsletter.
    rach62803 at yahoo dot com

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  22. My tradition is making Pecan Pralines from a recipe my mom kept that was in the newspaper in an old Ann Landers column. They're made with buttermilk.
    The name of this fabric reminds me of the book Rolie Polie Olie by William Joyce. My daughter used to work for him. He's a local author that had done numerous drawing/characters for Disney.

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  23. I make Christmas Chex mix and I follow fat quarter shop on Facebook and instagram

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  24. I follow FQS on FB, email, and Instagram.

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  25. I love Chocolate Chip cookies!

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  26. I follow FQS on blog and Instagram.

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  27. Lebkuchen is my favorite Christmas cookie, but really any kind of gingerbread is great.

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  28. I follow FQS on Feedly and also get their newsletter.

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  30. I always bake gingersnaps, but mine don't snap! They're soft and chewy! Yum!

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  31. I follow FQS on instagram and facebook, and I also get their newsletter.

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  32. I make Christmas crack toffee and Oreo cookie truffles. Sometimes I make peanut butter cup bars. They taste like Reese's peanut butter cups and both my sons love them.

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  33. I follow FQS on facebook and get their newsletter.

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  34. Love the FQS, buy and follow. lol. Have a blessed holiday!

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  35. Cookies! They were a big hit and will need to have a second baking day for more. ��

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  36. Following Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram

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  37. I follow FQS on Youtube and email.

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  38. I bake pumpkin pies from scratch.

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  39. My mom used to make 20-30 kinds of candy and cookies every Christmas. Since she's been gone, we haven't really figured out if we're continuing that tradition or not, orjust making a few of the favorites. I love the caramel corn the best or maybe the toffee. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  40. I follow FQS on bloglovin and on IG.

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  41. I baked biscotti and panettone to give to my godmother and other important people that became like family.

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  42. We always make frosted sugar cookies. I still bake a batch even though there are no kids at home and we live across the country so we don’t get together at Christmas. Funny now most of those cookies don’t get eaten. Perhaps it’s time to cut the recipe in half.

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  43. I follow FQS on Instagram Facebook and you tube.

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  44. Gingerbread houses and Christmas morning scones

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  45. Every Christmas we bake cookies to give to neighbors.

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  46. I follow FQS on Insta, Facebook, and i'm a regular customer. ☺

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  47. We used to make tons of cookies about a week before Christmas, but now I just make rum balls for our local fundraiser. I cook the main meal and others bring dessert for the holidays!

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  48. I follow FQS via blog, email and on YouTube.

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  49. I used to do tons of holiday baking--cookies of many kinds and bread--especially sourdough bread and english muffins. I really loved those days but now with no kids at home and a no sugar, no flour lifestyle those things are in the past.

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  50. I follow FQS on Instagram, Facebook and email and I am a regular customer!

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  51. Sugar Cookies and Christmas Crack, irresistible. I follow FQS on instagram and Facebook, one of my favorite online shops, kinda irresistible too!

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  52. I follow FQS on youtube~and bloglovin.

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  53. I love to make chocolate chip cookies, mocha balls, snowballs, seven-layer cookies and usually a new recipe that I find each year.

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  54. I have a pattern to make a patchwork sewing machine cover from 5 inch square pieces of fabric. I just love the Berried Treasure Batik 5 Karat Mini-Jewels Wilmington prints. I just might have to put that in my cart and order it!
    Wilmington Prints

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  55. My neighbors make Christmas treats every year for their friends and neighbors, luckily we're included! LOL! In return, I make the two dishes for their Christmas dinner - New Orleans style Baked Macaroni (and Cheese), and Classic Cheesecake with Sour Cream Topping.

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  56. I follow FQS by email, FB, IG, Pinterest, more

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  57. I follow FQS on Instagram, like them on Facebook and receive emails from them. I love FQS.

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  58. We don't bake sweets, but every Christmas we make homemade bagels.

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  59. We always make cinnamon rolls at some point.

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  60. I follow FQS on Instagram and I get their emails.

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  61. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and YouTube.

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  62. Pumpkin pie and Grasshopper Pie! My cookies aren’t great, but we love these two.

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  63. I always make decorated cut out cookies, fudge and spritz cookies. Love cookie baking!

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  64. I follow FQS on facebook and by email.

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  65. I make peanut butter cookies with the Hershey kisses!

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  66. I know fruit cake gets a bad rap, but I make my mother in laws recipe and it's the only one I like. I also make pizzelles. AND I love everything Lori Holt so here's good luck to me!

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  67. I follow FQS on FB, IG, YT and news letter. They're the best.

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  68. I follow on; IG FB, newsletter..

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  69. I make Frosted Sugar cookies - can't go to Christmas without them

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  70. I follow FQS via email and Facebook

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  71. Oh congratulations Sue. Enjoy the wonderful stocking project, which I am sure will spur you on to make more for everyone

    My baking traditions -- include: sugar cookies, then the grand girls come over and decorate and eat. My grand girls are still too young for this, but I am starting them early. Sarah is 4, Lena is 2, Lauren is 18 months, and Aveline is 1 (two daughters) So there is a lot of crumbs, icing, nibbling and oh well. This is why we have vacuum cleaners for later.
    I enjoyed reading the other comments. Wonderful

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  72. I follow FQS all over town. I love that place. I want to retire there

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  73. I make Christmas cookies and pecan pies. I know they are more of a Thanksgiving tree but our Pecan tree is very generous so we gets lots of pies!

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  74. I follow FQS on youtube and facebook

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  75. Oh my but these are wonderful fabrics.
    When the kids were growing up, we would spend a week baking different types of cookies. Ones we loved all the time, and many were recipes from my husbands grandmother. We would sit down and make a list of who we wanted to give cookies to this year. The kids and I would go to the store and pick out tins for everyone on our list. We would bake and when they were cool, we would load the tins. Then we would go and pass out the tins with a home made christmas card to each person on the list. When they were younger I would have to gently monitor how many we tins we could give a way. LOL They just wanted to give them to everyone we knew. As they got older, they would have separate lists and we would combine them. This is a memory of giving and loving others that they still follow today at ages: 35 and 33 quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  76. Wonderful! A Mississippi mud pie, every year! Thank you, Susan

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

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  78. I follow on email (quilting lady 2 at comcast dot net)
    and FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  79. Cream Cheese Braids for Christmas morning. An overnight delicate dough filled with cream cheese, braided and baked.

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  80. I make almond Rocca, fudge, spritz cookies, and my husband makes peanut brittle

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  81. I follow fat quarter shop by email and facebook

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  82. Two cookies that are always on our holiday baking list: pistachio thumbprints, and nutmeg logs! Both Recipes were from those little Pillsbury Bake-off books they used to sell at the checkout stand - never could resist them!

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  83. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on IG, FB, YouTube, and get their Newsletter! :)

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  84. Usually I make my grandmother's raisin filled cookies -- they don't make very many and are very labor intensive - so only about once a year do I make them!!

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  85. I follow Fat Quarter shop on facebook!

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  86. I follow FQS- facebook, email, twitter, instagram. Lovely shopping experience and great tutorials!

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  87. We make braided Czech Christmas Bread!

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  88. I used to always make a special cheesecake that everyone loved. Now, all types of cookies are usually preferred.

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  89. We bake some kind of gingerbread house - without the ginger.

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  90. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop by e-mail, FB and IG.

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  91. I follow FQS every way possible! trotskyn@att.net

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  92. My holiday baking only consists of a different flavored cheesecake every year. trotskyn@att.net

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  93. I follow FQS on Facebook and I am a sampler box subscriber.

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  94. Mom makes the best mince pies so we leave them to her!

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  95. My must holiday favorite traditions is homemade gingersnap cookies. Yum!

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  96. I follow FQS on Facebook and youtube.

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  97. I follow FQS by email and IG.
    Susie

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  98. We make and decorate cookies on Christmas Eve.

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  99. My mother mostly baked fruit cake, but I bake all kinds of cookies and candies, and include them as part of my Christmas gifts.

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  100. I follow FQS by email and on FB and IG.

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  101. I follow the FQ Shop on their blog.

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  102. It is a rule that I always make a cake for Christmas. My Grandmother, who taught me to bake and cook, always made 4 or 5 cakes so there was a choice when anyone came to visit. I am not that ambitious. LOL.

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  103. I follow the FQS blog on Bloglovin'

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  104. Hi there Melissa,
    I actually don't enjoy baking. The last time I did Xmas baking was when my 21 yr old son was little. My mom was the big Xmas baker...we'd have all sorts of treats frozen in ice cream pails in deep freeze.
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  105. I love to bake for Christmas. First I have made the fudge but now I need to get the dough made for the Christmas cookies. Then pumpkin bread yummmm, pecan pie, Fresh pumpkin pie is the best! it just isn't the holidays if I don't bake. My family and neighbors love it.

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  106. Hi again Melissa,
    I get the weekly FQS store email plus am subscribed to the Jolly Jabber. I also follow them on social media....I'm a fan!
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  107. I follow FQ Shop on instagram & Facebook. I love their pineapple paper to make pineapple blocks.

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  108. I love baking day with my sisters! Which is this weekend!

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  109. I get the FQS newsletter and follow their blog!

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  110. Ginger boys and girls with my grandkids! nettiecrain@live.com

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  111. I subscribe to the FQS via email. nettiecrain@live.com

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  112. FQS is one of my favorites! I follow via email, FaceBook, instagram, Pintrest and blog. I would hate to miss anything.

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  113. I always help my daughter with the large-batch Italian cookie recipes. Old secret family recipes and she loves making them and they are a lot of work and a lot of fun is had together!
    Kathleen, kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  114. I love FQS - I follow them on IG and get their blog

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  115. I used to bake a lot and donate some of it. And then I have had the grandsons over to bake and frost cut out sugar cookies. Happy Holidays!

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  116. I love to bake ��! My favorite is Red Velvet. It is always gone before anything else.

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  117. I follow FQS on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

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  118. Follow FQS via Facebook,Instagram,Pinterest,You Tube,+ Blog.

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  119. I usually make butter toffee at least once in December. Yum!

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  120. Follow Fat Quarter shop on Instagram and also receive their newsletter.

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  121. Hi,each Christmas brings our family together to make Frosted Cookies,Fudge and Caramels!Merry Christmas to all !

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  122. I follow FQS on facebook and pinterest.

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  123. My niece is 13, this is year 11 of our annual cookie blowout...it's the only gift I ever want and more...3 days of flour, sugar, and sprinkles!!!

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  124. I bake a dozen different kinds of Christmas cookies for gift boxes to family and friends.

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  125. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  126. It's not Christmas without frosted cutout cookies!

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  127. I follow FQS by email and on IG.

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  128. My grandson said I wasn't like other grandmothers because I don't do any baking so I am going to surprise him by baking cookies for him. Hopefully. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  129. We always make mini pecan pies. We also love to make sugar cookies and decorate them. Also, zucchini bread, date nut bread and apricot bread, and banana bread are made in small loaves and gifted. We do a lot of cooking - together.

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  130. I follow Fat Quarter shop on FB, Instagram and Pinterest. But I gain the most info from their emails.

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  131. I can't think of any baking tradition at our house. We used to make cookies when our boys were home. They are adults with kids of their own.

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  132. I follow Fat Quarter shop on FB, but gain most info from their emails.

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  133. Fudge is always a must in our family.

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  134. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram.

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  135. We bake lots of cookies and make lots of candy in my house. Honestly we just blew through 25 lbs of flour and at least that much sugar. I quit counting.

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  136. Traditional Christmas cookies, rolled out, baked and icing from scratch. This year since I am empty nest and eating no carbs, they will go to the neighbors. Merry Christmas!

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  137. What a cute Rolie Polie. I don't bake as much as I used to so when someone comes over I will make a batch of cookies. Some of our family members are gluten-free which makes it more difficult.
    Happy to see my name as last week's winner. I responded to the email.

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  138. I follow FQS on IG, Pinterest and YouTube.

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  139. Hi - I get the grandchildren together to create a gingerbread house.

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  140. I follow the FQS on FB, instagram, pinterest and email. Love their flash sales.

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  141. Hubby and I bake cookies to take to family dinners and have fun every year picking out a new recipe to try. Some years the new recipe is a keeper, others it is a toss it out! :)
    Sandy A

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  142. I follow FQS on Facebook and instagram. I also get their newsletter!
    Sandy A

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  143. My 2 daughters and I always make a batch of fudge, buckeyes, chocolate covered pretzels, pb sandwich crackers dipped in chocolate and various types of cookies. It's a day long (sometimes 2 days) tradition and we always share with our extended family.
    ctopp(at)richhill(dot)k12(dot)mo(dot)us
    ctopp@richhill.k12.mo.us

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  144. I follow FQS on Pinterest.
    ctopp(at)richhill(dot)k12(dot)mo(dot)us
    ctopp@richhill.k12.mo.us

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  145. Waffles with fruit and whip cream on top. Christmas morning. YUM!

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  146. Love the Sweetwater Christmas star quilt @ Fat Quarter Shop
    donna@christell.com

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  147. Gingerbread cookies (decorated) for the top of the stockings. Apple, mince, and pumpkin pie for Christmas dinner.

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  148. I always make an assortment of chocolates

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  149. My Christmas baking tradition includes: frosted sugar cookies, pecan balls, peanut butter kiss cookies, divinity & Aunt Dede’s Fudge. Christmas morning I bake cinnamon scones.

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  150. We make oliebollen for New Years! (It's a Dutch treat :) )

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  151. I follow FQS on instagram (fabuloushomesewn)

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  152. I make Chex mix and bake a variety of Christmas cookies. I just love Fat quarter shop. I follow them on IG and shop there all the time!

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  153. We always make frosted sugar cookies and fudge.

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  154. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram.

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  155. for Baking - I make at least one batch of 7-layer cookies (eagle brand Magic Bars) and soft ginger snaps for my brother.

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  156. one item I like from fat quarter shop is the stash and store - so versatile for many areas in the house.
    https://www.fatquartershop.com/aqua-mini-oh-sew-organized-stash-n-store

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  157. We always make several batches of Caramel Corn, Cut-out sugar cookies with the Grangirlie's, and few other kinds too :) Thank you for chance to win your give-a-way too :D

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  158. I also follow FQS thru Newsletter, You Tube, Pinterest & their Blog :)

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  159. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram.

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  160. I usually make Pecan pies and Crusty Coconut pies, but this year I'm making a vanilla cheesecake and chocolate cheesecake in my instant pot.

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  161. Shortbread cookies with dried cranberries and oatmeal cookies with gumdrops. A pecan pie, and a chocolate cheesecake are on my list for Christmas baking,

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  162. 3 Layer Candy which is a chocolate thing with a ton of peanuts, peanut butter, butterscotch chips, and all the calories in the world.

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  163. My favorite online quilt shop is definitely FQS. I follow them on Facebook and also follow the Jolly Jabber and FQS YouTube videos. Thanks for the chance to win your Terrific Tuesday Giveaway...luv this Rolie Polie by Lori Holt, I agree, this will make the cutest quilt!

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  164. There's a special tradition at our family. When the season arrives, we baked a special dessert called "roscos emborrizados". It is a handed year old recipe! I would describe them as a donought (but it is not that soft) that after being fried, is bathed in a spicy wine and finally dipped in a mix of sugar cover plus cinnamon. I know, it sounds like a lot of work but I tell you: it's worth it!!!!

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  165. Ah, my love for the FQS!! I live in the north of Spain, yet it is one of my fav quilt shops!! I buy stuff from them regularly and of course receive their newsletter and follow them on IG. They always have the newest range of fabrics. I love their Lori Holt tutorials and stuff, not to talk about their great prices! Shame we live so far away :(

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  166. I make my Great Grandmother's recipe for Spritz cookies. She always made them in the shape of a S. I have the modern makers so can make all shapes. Love them so much. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  167. We bake lots of cookies and share them with friends and family.

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  168. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on facebook, pinterest, instagram, Youtube and the blog. Also receive the newsletter. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  169. I follow the FQS blog and youtube channel.

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  170. I don't like to cook or bake, but there are a few things I do for holidays/special occasions: peanut butter Hershey kiss cookies for Christmas, Irish soda bread for St. Pat's, and my grandmother's cinnamon twist for my hubby's birthday.

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  171. I follow FQS daily and get the Sew Sampler.

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  172. For baking, it's pecan pie for hubby! For the grands, we make oodles of cookies, incluidng chocolate chip, peanut bitter kisses, and sugar cookies that they decorate themselves.

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  173. Lots of cookies and one cake. The cake varies from year to year, sometimes coconut, sometimes german chocolate. But, the cookies are always the same. We have 5 boys so gingerbread men are a must! And thumbprint cookies with jam filling. And sugar cookie cutouts. Oh, and we always have raspberry cream cheese coffee cake for breakfast on Christmas morning.

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  174. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop via email, instagram and facebook.

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  175. I love to bake at Christmas, and tend to overdo. I always make our family favorite, French cookies, but also pumpkin bread and cake, and decorated sugar cookies.

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  176. I follow Fat Quarter Shop via Bloglovin, on FB, and get their newsletter.

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  177. I have been baking the pies as our mother health was failing and then after she passed. Pumpkin, pecan, and maybe a chocolate cream. The Pecan pie recipe has been handed down from my grandmother and it is so good.

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

Melissa