Tuesday, December 17, 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 Granny Chic 2 1/2" Rolie Polie from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .  Number #203. . .   Congrats Carol - Beads and Birds!!!   I have emailed you :)    

    
           
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop .    Did you know that Jamie makes a new Lou Lou Bundle every Tuesday . . . here is the latest called Deck the Halls, isn't it just so festive!!!  Along with hosting the giveaway, Jamie is also offering all Happy Quilting readers has a special discount of  20% off  All Fat Quarter Bundles with the code happyquilting good until Friday (excludes Lou Lou Bundles) !!!  Oh, so much fun shopping!!!


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some shopping goodness!!  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is offering one lucky reader a $25.00 Gift Certificate perfect to use on anything in the store, including the awesome Lou Lou Bundle pictured above!!  Just perfect!!!!



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 Christmas Memory???  

 ENTRY 2 - Lets show Lou Lou's Fabric Shop some Love!!!!   You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterPinterest, or Instagram.  Or you can follow their blog or  visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Lou Lou's Fabric Shop Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until Tuesday, January 7th  when I will announce a winner at the beginning of the next  Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :) 

Note -  I will not be doing a Terrific Tuesday Giveaway on Christmas Eve or New Years Eve as I want to spend those days with my family :)  So TTGD will see you in 2020!!!! 

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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168 comments:

  1. I love to see what new bundles Lou Lou's comes up with each week. I follow them on Instagram.

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  2. My favorite Christmas memories are of driving around with my parents looking at lights and watching for Santa.

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  3. Christmas is always full of good memories--too many to mention! My kids waking us up at 6:00 am to open presents--visiting all of the families--good food, warm happy memories all!

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  4. All the time spend with family

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  5. I love Lou Lou's and follow on Instagram

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  6. Hard to pick a favorite memory. Last year was one of the all time best as we had two new grandsons celebrating their first Christmas with us! ��

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  7. Follow on Instagram and Facebook.

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  8. I was stationed in Germany in the late 1990s and nothing feels like Christmas like the Christkindlmarkt (Christmas markets) that are all over Germany. I especially loved to go to the one in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

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  9. Favorite Christmas memory is sitting at the top of stairs waiting for my parents to wake up on Christmas morning. They would light the tree and then we would be able to come down.

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  10. I follow Lou Lou's fabric shop on IG and Pinterest.

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  11. The real candles on the Christmas tree.

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  12. One of my favorite Christmas memories is the year I was around 10 yrs old and it snowed! I live in GA so this was a big deal.

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  13. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric on IG and I subscribe to their newsletter.

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  14. I'm so excited to have won last week!!
    Merry Christmas, Carol

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  15. My favorite Christmas was the one when I was probably 10 years old and receive my first real gold jewelry. It was a birthstone ring in 10k gold.

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  16. My favorite Christmas memory is having fun wrapping presents with my sisters.

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  17. I follow Lou Lou’s Fabric on Instagram.

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  18. I am subscribed to Lou Lou's Fabric ..

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  19. Favorite memory is the Christmas village my mom would set up under the tree.

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  20. My favorite Christmas memory is the year I got my first tricycle at 5. That was 77 years ago and I have sooo many great memories with my kids since then ... The one when I was 5 stays with me because I was at my grandmother's house which was special that year.

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  21. Family dropping in at Grandparent's house.

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  22. my favorite Christmas memory was baking with my mother, two nieces, and my sister and making Christmas candy and cookies while listening to Christmas music

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  23. Making Christmas cookies with my 13 year old niece...our 11th year!

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  24. I follow Loulou's on Instagram also.

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  25. A favorite Christmas memory is when my son opened the quilt I made for him. You would have thought the box was full of money. He was so excited!

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  26. I visited the shop and I LOVE the “Down through the Chimney” bundle.

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  27. Going to see the Nutcracker Ballet as a family. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  28. I follow Lou Lou's. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  29. My favorite memory is waiting for Santa - as a child this was our greatest thrill.

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  30. We loved seeing the Maurice Sendak Nutcracker Ballet, and the first time we took our son he wanted to go back the next week.

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  31. My favorite memories are driving around looking at Christmas lights, loving how they sparkle on the snow!

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  32. Congratulations, Carol! My favorite memory is gathering the kids around auntie's kitchen table to decorate cookies.

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  33. My favorite memory is listening to Christmas music on our family record player.

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  35. Last year, Santa hadn't visited our house when we left for church Christmas morning. I guess we were his last house cuz when we got home, presents were everywhere! My son was 2 and was so amazed he didn't know what to do. He talked about it ALL year. I hope this year is just as magical.

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  36. One year I was shopping with my older brother for his wife's gift. He was living on his own, going to college, working a night shift. We walked through an expensive store and I exclaimed over a beautiful (and very expensive) bear. I could not believe unwrapping that bear on Christmas morning. I knew he couldn't afford it, and it was filled with such love. I took that bear to college with me and still have it 40 years later - and 43 years after he passed away.

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  37. My maternal grandmother used to make us a new pair of pajamas every year.

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  38. I follow Lou Lou's by e-mail. purrfection8@gmail.com

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  39. Going over to my great-uncle's house and my great-aunt and my aunts would make tamales, both savory and sweet.

    Caryn
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  40. When I was young the whole family would celebrate Christmas at my Grandmother's and there was 4 generations all there together.

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  41. One of my favorite Christmas memories is the year we were living with my grandma while waiting for our new house. My sister and I slept in the same room as the Christmas tree. I swear I saw Santa's boots that year. ;)

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  42. 31 years ago my precious daughter was born 8 days before Christmas! The best Christmas present ever!

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  43. Follow on FB,IG,email.
    THANK YOU!

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  44. Oh,visiting our Grandparents for Christmas Day Celebrations!

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  45. I follow them on FB, IG, Twitter, and email

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  46. One of my favorite memories of Christmas is getting up EARLY on Christmas morning. Our parents finally gave in to us and we were up around 4 am. We would look out the window to see if our neighbors were up yet, and run back and forth showing each other what Santa brought.

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  47. Waking up at 4am on Christmas morning and opening gifts by the light of the Christmas tree lights.

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  48. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on Instagram. They have so many lovely fabric bundles!! I'll be checking there for my next project!❤

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  49. I remember having dinner at my grandma's with all my cousins and aunts and uncles.

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  50. Favorite Christmas memories are those spent at my grandparents

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  51. I follow LouLou's on Pinterest and love the Christmas bundle you shared. Enjoy the holidays!

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  52. One of my favorite Christmas memories is receiving a white Samoyed puppy on Christmas Eve, with a red bow around his neck, when I was 13. I was so happy!

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  53. When my family of six would all pile into the car and Dad would drive near and far to see everyone's decorations.

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  54. getting a transistor radio age 10 i felt real cool ;-P Michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  55. getting a transistor radio age 10 i felt real cool ;-P Michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  56. i follow Lou Lou in IG Michele sewwhatsmoo@gmail.com

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  57. My favorite Christmas memory was getting my very first wrist watch when I was 10 years old and feeling like I was so grown up.

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  58. My favorite memory is sneaking down the hall to see if Santa had come and finding a sweet baby doll in the top of my stocking!

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  59. My favorite Christmas memory goes way back to the time silver tinsel trees with a rotating color wheel were really popular. My Mom and Dad bought one (the first artificial tree we'd ever had), put it in the living room window, and my sister and I were horrified. We both thought it was the ugliest thing we'd ever seen. We were both docked to get up on Christmas morning, and see no presents under our very silver tree, but there was a note with a little map inside. We followed it and were shocked to find that My Dad had gone out and bought a real tree, placed it in our tiny den, and decorated it with my Mom, and our presents were under it. We're 65 and 60 now and we still talk about that silver tree!

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  60. My favorite Christmas memory is having lots of friends and family visiting our home. The house was always filled with people visiting throughout the Christmas season. My parents made our home a welcome place for everyone to the point that people visiting were expected to just walk right in without knocking on the door.

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  61. My favorite Christmas memory is about my Mama. She always wrapped me a box of chocolate covered cherries for Christmas. After she died, my son continued to to the same thing. It just means the world to me.

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  62. I follow Lou Lou's on FB and Instagram.

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  63. My favorite memory would have to be the last Christmas we were able to spend with my Mother. The whole family - all 7 kids and our children were able to be there - unbeknownst to us - it would be the last. She ended up passing away the next year right after Christmas - was on hospice at that time. No one knew she had cancer until it was too late to help her. Will always cherish the last time we were able to be with her. She was far too young to pass. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  64. I follow Lou Lou on facebook, instagram, pinterest and the blog. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  65. Have a son who would love me to make something with these.

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  66. My favorite Christmas memory is going to the tree farm to cut down our Christmas tree.

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  67. I just love the deck the halls bundle. It's so festive! I made a Christmas table runner this year, and it turned out so nice I'm already looking forward to fabrics that I can use to make another one next year. That bundle seems like it would be perfect.

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  68. Our neighbor used to dress up as Santa and come into our house about 5 am to wake the kids up and give them a present. Our youngest, about age 6, was the only one to ever figure out who Santa was!
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    Joyce Bethune

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  69. My favorite Christmas Memory is hearing my momma singing the Christmas Hymns. She loved Christmas. Been gone 40+ years. Thanks for the Chance to win fun fabrics this week!

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  70. My favourite memories are driving around our small town to see the Christmas lights and snow sculptures... they were amazing!!

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  71. I follow Lou Lou via email newsletters, FB, and IG.

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  72. I loved playing the handbells in our church with my sisters! Such fun to do at the holidays especially!

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  73. I like their Lou Lou bunldes - all 19.99 - especially the Deck the Halls!

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  74. My favorite memory is putting up & decorating the Christmas tree! Thank you, Susan

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  75. My favorite Christmas memory is when my dad gave me a cool card and some cash and he had the 35mm camera ready and took my picture as I opened it. That was an awesome Christmas. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  76. I loved the Christmases when I had toddlers/preschoolers in the house. It doesn't get much better than seeing it all through little-kid eyes.

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  77. I follow Lou Lous on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  78. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  79. I receive emails from Lou loud. They have nice things. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  80. It's really hard to pick a favorite memory and I've had so many with my children over the years and now with 4 grandbitties under the age of 8. One from my past has been on my mind today---I think it's because I, like many baby boomers have lost our parents. Mine passed 6 days apart and as an only child it's been very difficult for me the last few years during the holidays. When I was 12 I wanted a desk for Christmas...I saw a beautiful mahogany (veneer) one at a local furniture store and just knew that it needed to live with me. Mom and Dad both said it was too expensive and they couldn't afford it right then. I put it out of my mind until Christmas Eve 1965. Dad had been down in the basement for some time and I really didn't think anything about it. Then I heard a commotion outside my bedroom door and he and mom were carrying the desk into my bedroom! He had been downstairs assembling it. I don't think I ever received a gift that meant more to me than that desk. I faithfully did my homework at that desk for years and was my graduating class Valedictorian. I kept the desk until I got married in college and my husband and I moved to another state and I donated all our furniture to GoodWill. I've often wondered where my desk ended up and hope it brought as much joy to someone else!

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  81. my mom passed 2 yrs ago and xmas hasn't been the same. my favorite memories will always be the whole family getting together at her house on Christmas Eve to eat, laugh and love.

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  82. My favorite Christmas memory was the last one we spent with my father.
    He had cancer and we wanted the grandkids to remember him. He gave my son a
    fishing pole and my son was so happy, which made my father happy.

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  83. Love the current bundle from Lou Lou's!

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  84. My favorite Christmas memory is of waking up early on Christmas morning and realizing that Santa had come and filled my stocking on the end of my bed. I would rush to wake up my brother and sister so we could all see what Santa had brought before waking up our parents.

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  85. I follow Lou Lou on instagram and have ordered many of their bundles - all yummy fabric

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  86. My favorite Christmas memory is the year we had our first child. He was only 7 weeks old at Christmas time and having him was so special...a gift from heaven!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  87. I follow Lou Lou's on IG and FB!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  88. I'm following on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. I love your bundle choices and plan on buying some for the first time. I cannot wait to make gifts for my family.
    My favorite Christmas was when I was very young and our parents said we could help decorate the tree on Christmas Eve. I dropped a whole box of very fragile antique ornaments. I tripped and fell. I cried so hard and was so sorry that my parents didn't punish me but still let me help with the decorating. I was probably 5 years old and still remember.

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  89. My favorite memory go back to when my children were very young and loved the boxes and paper more than the gifts! It was a fun time.

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  90. When my hubby bought me a lane hop chest,and my daughter too.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  91. I have them 9n facebook, instagram and yess they make some great bundles. .. happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  92. The most memorable was 1983 in Chicago. -25 on Christmas day. Actual temp. Too cold for me and the kids.

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  93. I follow Lou Lou's on FB and Email

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  94. I remember my kids waking up at 5 in the morning to look under the tree !!!

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  95. Riding around on Christmas Eve looking at Christmas lights with my cousins. When we got back home, Santa had come.

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  96. I love all the bright Christmas colors this time of year. Not just in fabrics, but also in Christmas decorations .

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  97. My favorite Christmas memory was Christmas Eve at my parents, with all the children and grandchildren. Mom would cook all week to feed us all. After the opening of presents, we would all load into cars and drive to the family church for Christmas Eve services. It made me so proud to sit on the pew and look at all of my family together.

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  98. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on Facebook.

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  99. My favorite Christmas memory goes back to my early childhood - probably 3 or 4 years old (long ago.) I fell asleep across two kitchen chairs. When I woke up by some Christmas magic, there was a stuffed animal in my arms. It was an odd animal, like a cross between a dog and a giraffe. (dog with a giraffe neck) But I loved it for years and years.

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  100. I am following the blog on Bloglovin'

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  101. One of my favorite memories is the Christmas where ALL of the family was able to get together...my kids and their kids. And I was the lucky one who sat at the kids table!

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  102. I'm following LouLou on Instagram. My favorite Christmas memories involve decorating the tree.

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  103. Each Christmas Eve we attended the Moravian Church down the street from us. We walked home with our lit beeswax candles and tried to see who could get all the way home without their candle going out!

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  104. I love Loulou's and receive their emails!

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  105. I have 2 very favorite Christmas memories and they both involve my son! The first one was when my son was 2 years old. He needed a new bed and so santa bought him a new bed and bedding set and during the night moved him, took apart his old bed, put up his new bed complete with Buzz Lightyear bedding, and then placed him (still sound asleep) in the bed. He woke up amazed that he was in a new bed and santa did all that without waking him up!! Fast forward 15 years, my second favorite Christmas memory was when my mom and brother paid to have my son come home from being stationed away in the Air Force. It was his first Christmas away from my husband and I and we were having a hard time with it. When we arrived at my brothers Christmas day for dinner my son was there, that was the best surprise ever!!! I follow Lou Lou's on facebook and pinterest. My favorite item of theirs is their Chestnut Street fabric line, such a wonderful fall pallet!!

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  106. The year my oldest brother(14 years older) sent me a Barbie doll house!!

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  107. I used to love sleeping under the Christmas tree with my walking Rudolph toy. His nose lit up, he would walk and play "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer." Christmas is so magical when you're a kid!

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  108. I followed LouLous on instagram

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  109. I'll never forget the Christmas when my husband, who was an RN and on call, got called in at least 4-5 times. We had 4 young children and every time they started to open presents, he got called in again. The kids wouldn't open their gifts until he got home. They finally got them all opened that evening.

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  110. Waking up early before daylight and running downstairs to the tree to see what Santa had brought.

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  111. I love Christmas Eve church and then visiting family.

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  112. Our family would open one gift at a time. One Christmas when I was a teenager, I received an iron horseshoe puzzle (two horseshoe connected that needed to be separated). When I open this gift I was totally engaged in determining how to solve the puzzle. When it was my turn to open another gift, I did not want to put the puzzle down.

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  113. I follow Lou Lou on Facebook.

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  114. I follow Lou Lou's on IG and Pinterest.

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  115. My favorite memory of the holidays is spending time with my cousins.
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  116. I follow LouLou’s on Instagram

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  117. My favorite holiday memory is spending Christmas Eve at my grandparents’ house with all my cousins.

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  118. Fun memory getting up at 2 am to see what Santa brought and being sent to bed with sock amd told not to come down until light. We used our flashlight to check out the sock.

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  119. LouLou's green fabric on Instagram is beautiful. I'm following her on Instagram

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  120. My favorite Christmas memory is the year my husband made a creche for me out of some old barnwood (we had bought a house with some land that had a very old, small barn/shed, which we tore down since we needed a larger barn)

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  121. I visited Lou Lou's shop, my favorite item is the Howdy Fat Quarter bundle

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  122. Vintage Happy by Lori Holt in their shop is a fav item.

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  123. Fav Christmas memory is 1979 when my future husband came to visit me and my family for the first time. We decorated the tree that night he arrived and attended The Living Christmas Tree at Thomas Road Baptist church in Lynchburg that weekend. Wonderful memories. 2020 we'll celebrate 40 years of marriage.

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  124. The first Christmas I spent with my husband's family was wonderful!

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  125. My favorite holiday was when we drove to my Granpas house. It was like the song goes - over the river and thru the woods.

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  126. I follow Lou Lou on Pinterest and instagram

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  127. My favorite memory is a repeated one - making Christmas cut-out sugar cookies with my mom and sister.

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  128. I love driving around looking at Christmas lights each year!

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  129. I also follow LouLou's on Instagram

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  130. My favorite Christmas memories are getting pajamas on Christmas Eve and waking up very early to open Christmas presents with the family. What Fun! Merry Christmas!

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  131. I follow Lou Lou fabric on Facebook

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  132. My favorite Christmas memory was opening baby gifts for our daughter, who was born the day after Christmas. Such fun anticipation!

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  133. I follow Lou Lous on Facebook. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  134. My favorite Christmas memory is having a big block party when we lived in military housing, which included a visit by Santa. The kids (and many of the adults) were just so thrilled to see him right there in their neighborhood

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  135. One of my favorite memories is the first Christmas my husband and I shared together after we were married.

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  136. My favorite Christmas Memory is of my grandmother - Christmas 1965 - she told the doctor on call that the regular doctor told her she could come home for Christmas day -- it was her last Christmas with us!! She is the reason I sew!

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  137. I have so many good Christmas memories that it is hard to pick just one. One particular memory was when my brothers and I along with our children were visiting my parents and we all decided to go Christmas caroling like we did as kids. We had so much fun and the town folk enjoyed it.

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  138. I have so many wonderful memories of Christmas' past. I think staying up all night playing games together with my mom, brother and sister are my favorites.
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  139. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram, it is a great shop!
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  140. One Christmas my grandparents came for a surprise visit. They lived in Pennsylvania, and we lived in Missouri. We looked out the front window on Christmas morning and saw them walking across the porch! My grandmother made us two kinds of cookies, hard candy, and a Christmas ornament every Christmas. I still hang those ornaments on the tree and bake her cookies. :)

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  141. Lou Lou's has two bundles that interest me: Candy Cane and Candy Cane 2.

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

Melissa