Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!! Let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the $25.00 Gift Certificate from Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is . . .   Number #359 . . . Congrats  beautiful_mercy_creations!!!   I have messaged 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  Pure Elements Basics are on sale and there are so many amazing bundles of these!!!  Also, By Annie Products are on sale for the Notion, and All By Annie Patterns are on sale for the Pattern.  So if you have wanted to make some of her amazing bags, now is the time!!!   And all Aurifil Thread is 15% off, so you have everything you need to whip up a by Annie bag!!!      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 fantastic new Dream Weaver 10" Stacker by Amanda Castor for Riley Blake Designs!!!!    This is such a gorgeous fabric line, with rich colors and stunning prints ;)  Someone is going to be a very lucky reader this week!!! 


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

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me if you have ever tried weaving before???)  

 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, February 4th, when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

You can also pop over to my Instagram and/or Facebook to enter there as well :)  

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

  1. I never have but it seems like something I would like.

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  2. Only as a little child on those potholder looms

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  3. Follow them on twitter and elsewhere @mkjmc

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  4. I've never tried weaving before. Definitely sounds intriguing!

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  5. I followed FQS on Instagram. @grizzlefinch

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  6. I have never tried weaving. I have seen Mr Domestic's video and it does look intriguing.

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  7. I follow FQS on IG and FB. I also get their newsletter, subscribe to two of their clubs and watch all their You Tube vides. Great resource for quilting and cross stitch!

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  8. I've done a little bit of pin weaving but nothing big. I just don't need another hobby! LOL!

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  10. I follow FQS on IG, FB and I get their newsletter. What a fabulous website/store!

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  11. My washing experience is limited to the loom weaving that I did with the stretchy fabric bands back in elementary school. Remember those?

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  12. I follow FQS on Instagram and receive their newsletter.

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  13. I follow FQS on Instagram and Facebook.

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  14. I have tried weaving on simple looms. There is a very active weaving society in my area

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  15. I follow FQ shop through their emails and on FB

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  16. I’ve never tried weaving but I find it mesmerizing to watch!

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  17. I follow FQS on Instagram and receive their emails! I love FQS!

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  18. I get the FQS newsletter and follow them on YouTube.

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  19. I've not tried weaving but I definitely want to do so!

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  20. I've tried wefty needle weaving - using fabric strips, and I loved it. I recently came across pin looms and I'm looking forward to trying that too.

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  21. I have never tried weaving! Should I? LOL

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  22. I follow FQS on FB and Instagram.

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  23. I have tried weaving in elementary school.

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  24. I follow FQS on Youtube and receive their newsletter.

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  25. I follow FQS via Bloglovin, newsletter, youtube!

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  26. I made a fall table runner using a weaving method. Each strip was sewn into a tube and turned right side out so there were no raw edges.

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  27. I follow Fat Quarter shop on FB and get their newsletters.

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  28. I have tried weaving on several different kinds of looms.

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  29. I follow FQS on facebook and get their emails

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  30. The closest I've ever come to weaving is those looms where you would stretch the stretchy fabric band across and use a crochet hook to weave the loops the other way. Basically made a ton of pot holders with it.

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  31. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram, Youtube, and visit far too regularly to be considered healthy for my wallet. :)

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  32. I have never tried fabric weaving. I made some potholders when I was a kid if that counts lol

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  34. I follow fqs on platforms YouTube, Instagram and facebook

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  35. I follow FQS on Facebook, Instagram, and their blog.

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  36. I’ve never tried fabric weaving, but it might be fun.

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  37. I tried weaving on a loom at camp when I was 8 or 9 years old. I messed up the pattern so my design ended up asymmetrical. My mother loved the mat I made, of course. Today, I would call it a new design element!

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  38. I follow FQS through their blog. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  39. The only weaving I have tried was on a square loom that I was given as a child and made potholders for my mom with it. Not sure that qualifies as true weaving...

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  40. I have not tried weaving.
    Love shopping at FQS, I follow them on Instagram. They have great daily sales!

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  41. I have not tried weaving recently. I may have tried it at one point in my life, when I was in girl scouts, but can't be for certain. :)

    Sandy A

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  42. I follow FQS on Facebook and get their newsletter. Love their shop!
    Sandy A

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  43. yes in High School make a table runner

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  44. Never tried weaving! trotskyn@att.net

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  45. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB, Instagram and I get their newsletter. trotskyn@att.net

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  46. I happily follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB, IG, You Tube, and Pinterest plus I get their newsletter.

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  47. Have I ever tried weaving? The only time I tried this was in 3rd grade when we made miniature Navajo blankets.πŸ˜‰

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  48. I am following Fat Quarter shopπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  49. I have tried weaving before. It's not something I would want to do because of the space required for a loom.

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  50. I follow FQS via email, Instagram, and Facebook.

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  51. yes, I have tried weaving. My first weaving was with a "loom" made using wood and some nails. I can recall using a similar one with girl guides. I have also woven fabric, does that count? I have only observed an actual "loom" being used.

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  52. I follow Fat Quarter shop on IG and FB and receive their newsletters.

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  53. I have never tried weaving but it certainly interests me!

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  54. I follow FQS by email and bloglovin and FB.

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  55. I took a weaving class for my art elective in college. It was totally fun and I think the only fiber related art class they had. I'd love to try it again.

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  56. Hi there Melissa,
    I have never tried weaving fabric, but I have woven thick satin ribbons to make our Christmas stockings! I made them about 16 years ago and they still stand up!
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  57. Hi again,
    I get the FQS store newsletter email plus the Jolly Jabber. I get your email newsletters too!
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  58. I have not tried weaving, unless you count a placemat in elementary school. haha

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  59. I have never tried weaving and I think the last thing I need is something that will give me more projects to start 🀣

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  60. I follow the FQS on bloglovin, instagram and get the newsletter

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  61. I've done fabric weaving but not loom weaving...hugs, Julierose

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  62. I follow the FQS by e-mail, FB and IG and YouTube.

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  63. I have never tried weaving, only watched it done a couple of times.
    yoyopattycakes @ hotmail dot com

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  64. I've been following the FQS for years on social medias.
    yoyopattycakes @ hotmail dot com

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  65. I have not done weaving on a large loom, but have tried it (long ago) with homemade small looms. I think I would rather sew : )

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  66. I have not weaved before but I'd like to. Enjoy your day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  67. I love the Fat Quarter Shop! I receive their emails. πŸ€πŸ„πŸŒ· angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  68. I follow Fat Quarter Shop by email and You tube.

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  69. I took several fiber art classes and one was weaving.

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  70. I have never tried weaving, but have always been intrigued by it.

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  71. I follow FQS via email notification.

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  72. I actually took a class on weaving at the Quilt Show in Houston in November. It was fun but I love quilting more!

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  73. My weaving experience is limited to friendship bracelets when I was a camp counselor.

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  74. I follow FQS via IG and newsletter.

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  75. Oooh such a pretty fabric stack! No I've never tried weaving before though it's on my bucket list. One day....

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  76. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop everywhere. I subscribe to Jolly Jabber, and follow on FB, Insta and YouTube. Love their videos.

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  77. I follow fat quarter shop on facebook and by e mail

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  78. Other than the little looms we made potholders with as a kid, I have not done any weaving. I know it was popular around 45 years ago. There were a few weaving stores, and a lot of people bought the looms and spinning wheels. I saw a lot of beautiful art, but could not get into making my own.

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  79. I follow FQS with all media except twitter.

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  80. I have never tried weaving, and at 75 years old I really don't think I have time for another hobby right now.

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  81. I follow FQS by receiving their e-mails.

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  82. I wove potholders as a child, but that's it. I tried to make a "woven" quilt and had to set it aside because it frustrated me. I think it had poor directions.

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  83. I follow FQS many ways; blog, email, etc.

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  84. I've never tried weaving, but I think it would be fun. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. I follow FQS on bloglovin and get their newsletter

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  86. I have woven fabric for a small table topper... it turned out beautifully and the recipient loved the gift.

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  87. I follow FQS vis email, blog, FB, IG etc

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  88. I have made woven potholders, and a scarf as a child, but no proper grown up weaving, I want to have a rug weaving loom some day if space allows.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  89. I love the Fat Quarter Shop Newsletter, and enjoy reading it, and I follow them on most of the platforms.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  90. I've never tried weaving, although my mother and grandmother used to do it.

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  91. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram.

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  92. I've played with a loom at a living museum somewhere.

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  93. I have never tried weaving. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  94. I follow the FQS blog and on IG and get their newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  95. I have never tried weaving but I think I would like it! crazeematz@gmail.com

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  96. I follow FQS. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  97. Always wanted to use a loom. Our local college used to teach classes and there were a number of ladies who were master weavers but once I had the space, time and money, the classes were no longer available.
    I've done some hand weaving however. thanks

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  98. Follow FQS every which way. Love them, their projects, stock and humanitarian efforts. Thanks.

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  99. I taught my son's 3rd grade class to weave raffia many years ago.

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  100. I follow the FQS many ways, including on Instagram.

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  101. If you count the loopy pot holder things i made as a kid then yes, I've woven. I've made some awesome friendship bracelets, but that may be braiding instead of weave.

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  102. I weave using a rigid heddle loom. Love it.

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  103. I have not tried weaving, but have watched it being done.

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  104. I follow FQS on FB. Now I’m going to follow their blog. I never paid attention to the fact that they have a blog! Yikes!

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  105. Love FQS - and follow them in many ways. Especially enjoy their Wednesday Flosstube and Friday videos - so fun :)!

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  106. Never tried weaving just never caught my interest

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  107. I follow on Instagram and Pinterest and receive newsletter

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  108. I have not tried weaving. And I already get Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter! And the colors in the Dream Weaver stacker are my colors! They are so rich! deanie dot dreams at gmail dot com.

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  109. I have done a little weaving - my great aunt used to do it and had a lovely loom!

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

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  111. I get the FQS newsletter via email

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  112. Never did weaving myself, but as a girl I would watch my grandmother weave on her loom.

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  113. I have not dkne weaving, but have watched it being done many times as a college boarding mate was a weaver

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  114. I follow FQS on Facebook Instagram and U Tube as well as get their newsletter.

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  115. I have not tried weaving before.

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  116. I love the Bloom Topia quilt kit, plus a few other fabrics.

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  117. I follow Fat Quarter on Instragram.

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  118. hi - I used to weave on a loom and tried to teach my grandchildren - they all made potholders. But never tried 'real' weaving. I love the Fat Quarter Shop and follow them on all the above and receive newsletters.

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  119. The only thing I ever tried weaving was when I was a little girl, I think everyone makes those pot holders from the loops, haha.

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  120. The extent of my weaving is for potholders from those little stretchy fabric bands and the square loom that I did as a child!

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  121. I’ve never tried weaving, but my sister has looms and makes all kinds of beautiful items. She used to have alpacas and one was named Dreamweaver. She called him Dreamy, he was so cute and really soft!

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  122. I recently tried using the Wefty with ribbon but it isn't as easy as it looks when Mr. Domestic does it! This fabric line is gorgeous...thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. I subscribe to FQS's newsletter.

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  124. I follow FQS on Instagram and check their website daily to see what the flash sale items are.

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  125. My favorite item at LouLous: the black sewing machine pin!

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  126. I would love to try weaving, I signed up for a class through our local community education, but not enough people signed up so the class was cancelled.

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

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  128. I had a small loom when I was a kid; kept it and lost it in Katrina. I've wanted to do it again, but there's not enough time to do it all, so I'll stick to quilting!

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  129. I follow FQS by email, FB, IG, YT

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  130. Nope never have. ..I will stick to quilting..lol...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  131. I follow the fatquater shop on facebook, instagram, and e mail...love there fabric and service... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  132. I've never tried weaving before, but I would love to! Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!

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  133. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook. Thanks again!

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  134. Only the little potholders, but that was fun. I think I would enjoy it.

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  135. I've never done any real weaving. I know it's a lot harder then it looks.

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  136. Love FQS, follow on FB, E-mail etc.

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  137. Many years ago I made 2 beautiful blankets weaving handspun wool!! Very warm and comfy on cold winter nights!!

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  138. I never have tried weaving before.

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  139. I have never tried weaving. I checked it out as a possible hobby after college but it fell by the way side.

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  140. No, but I saw Mr. Domestic speak and his samples were wonderful!

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  141. I’ve never tried weaving, but it would be fun to learn!

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  142. I follow them on Facebook, their blog, Instagram, pinterest and I receive their emails and sew sampler box!

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  143. I have tried weaving but didn't love that I spent way too much time making bias tape to do it...would love to try it again now that I have the basics down.

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  144. Oh I show my love of Fat Quarter shop often...my bank account shows it and my husband stresses every time a new box arrives! LOL. I do follow them on FB, IG, Pinterest and YouTube and a HUGE fan of their blog and cute quilt-a-longs!!!

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  145. I've shown some love on Instagram and followed them there.

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  146. I've only tried weaving at historical museums but my niece has a loom and loves it. I'd love to try it again.

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  147. I follow FQS via email, instagram and facebook.

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  148. I tried my hand at weaving many moons ago.

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  149. I have not done weaving. I do loom rugs though. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  150. I follow FQS on facebook, pinterest, instagram, you tube, the blog and receive the newsletters. Thanks. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  151. I have never tried weaving and I'm not even sure what it is, I need pictures!

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  152. No weaving except pot holders!lol

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  153. I follow by bloglovin and email mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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  154. I did try weaving as a child. I had one of those plastic weaving looms and also tried to weave a floor mat with a larger loom that my father made. Thanks!

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  155. I receive the FQS newsletter and follow their blog. Thanks!

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  156. The only weaving I've ever done is with gum wrappers when I was in junior high. This was back in the early 1960s, and the longer you made your chain, the more your boyfriend loved you - can you believe that? LOL!

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  157. I receive FQ newsletter and follow their blog (and visit their website at least once a day!)

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  158. I have woven on a loom (I have a small floor loom, two rigid heddle looms and two inkle looms)
    I have also woven fabric as the background for an art quilt.
    I enjoy weaving

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  159. I follow FQS on Instagram as u_geneblack

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  160. I have never tried weaving valerie.boudier@ntlworld.com

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  161. I follow FQS blog by email valerie.boudier@ntlworld.com

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  162. No, I have not tried weaving!!

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  163. I did bead weaving when I was a kid, but that's it.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  164. I follow their blog by email.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  165. I love Fat Quarter shop and read it every day. I subscribed to their newsletter, and Facebook.

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  166. I have not tried weaving. Interesting enough, a fellow sewer at class this week weaved a scarf...didn't like the result and made a very cool hand bag from it!

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  167. I follow Fat Quarter Shop, buy like mad from them....lol... and subscribe to newsletter.

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  168. I've only tried weaving as a child in art class.

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  169. I follow FQS in every way possible. =)

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  170. I did the potholder loom weaving as a child, but now that skill is being used to create sleeping mats for charity. In Canada, we can buy our milk in bags - a large one with 3 smaller bags inside. The outer bag is slice into loops, which are woven together on a huge "loom". The bags make a comfortable mat, it keeps the user dry (from dew), and insects don't like crawling on the plastic, so it makes a great, inexpensive mat!

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  171. I’ve never tried weaving, unless you count the pot holders I made as a child with a toy weaving loom.

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

Melissa