Tuesday, February 4, 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 Dream Weaver 10" Stacker from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number #592 . . . Congrats Susan Deveraux!!!   I have messaged you :)    
   
   

   
And on to today's

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

And for the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway  Shabby Fabrics is giving one lucky winner a $30.00 Gift Certificate!!!!!   Now the winner can get just what they have been wanting!!!  


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 What was your first Job??

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

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, February 11th, 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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238 comments:

  1. My first job was a dishwasher and prep-cook at a small family restaurant.

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  2. I follow Shabby fabrics on facebook and get their newsletter.

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  3. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and get their newsletters.

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  4. My first job was working at a trucking company counting how many miles the drivers traveled through each state during their delivery for fuel tax purposes. I got

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  5. My first job was working for my stepfather in his office, filing...

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  6. I follow SF on FB, Twitter, IG, and email

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  7. picking raspberries at the local farm with all the neighbour kids.... and eating many !

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  8. My first job was as a roadie for a rock show... rocks gems and minerals that is.

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  9. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram, my profile is RADinNH

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  10. My first job was a bus girl for a steak house in San Pablo , California.

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  11. Besides helping out on the family farm, my first job was rogueing beans for a seed company.

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  12. I started off working in a slipper factory - but couldn't tolerate the "fluffs" of fake fur that were always floating around, so moved on to craft coordinator in a nursing home.

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  13. I have loved Shabby Fabrics for years! I get their newsletter and I follow them on IG and FB. And they are based in my home state of Idaho!

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  14. My first job that involved a paycheck was as a cook in a pizza place. I loved it although it was actually hard work. I don't really want to work in food service again unless I just have to do it to survive.

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  15. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram as U_geneblack

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  16. My first job was cleaning house once a week for an older couple.

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  17. The Chalk and Charcoal FQ set is so pretty!

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  18. I babysat. Unfortunately he had an ear infection and he (and I) cried all night.

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  19. My first job was babysitting and I loved it = inspired me to go into teaching.

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  20. cleaning my Aunts house before that we picked cotton to have fair money!

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  23. My first paid job was babysitting, but my first real job was working in a library in the summer when I was out of school.

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  24. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB, Instagram, and emails.

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  25. Thank you for the giveaway! I love the ombré confetti bundle at Shabby Fabrics. Following them on IG.

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  26. My first job was a clerk in a grocery store.

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  27. Rush hour dining room hostess..
    At Del Taco...1977!

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  28. Follow Shabby fabrics on Instagram also.

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  29. First "real" job was at SS Kresge's in high school. I worked on the lower level in the clothing and craft area at first. Even cut fabric using their fun meter that you pulled the edge through to measure the yardage.

    Sandy A

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  30. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook. I also get their newsletter. Such a great shop!

    Sandy A

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  31. My first job was babysitting for various relatives and friends of the family.

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  32. I follow Shabbby Fabrics on Instagram.

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  33. My first job was working in my local flower shop at age of 14. I was really good at making florist bows so I would have to make to s of them every weekend for the florist to use during the week!

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  34. My first adult job was a summer job as a bank teller.

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  35. I get their newsletter and YouTube.

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  36. My family owned a retail photographic business. I worked there during my high school and college days, and used that money to put myself through school.

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  37. I worked at a daycare center, for the summer, when I was 14.

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  38. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG and FB.

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  39. My first job was actually when I was 12 years old - I was a maid at a motel. I worked for cash until I was 14 - when I got a work permit. Then I continued at the motel for a little while.

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  40. I follow Shabby Fabrics on facebook, instagram, pinterest, you-tube, the blog and receive the newsletters. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  41. My first job was as a cashier in an old 5 and dime.

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  42. I get Shabby Fabric's newsletter and I follow them on IG.

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  43. My first job was in a fabric store! Imagine that! It was great. I got 40% off everything... Even sale stuff!

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  44. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email and Facebook

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  45. My first job was paying but irregular. I was a babysitter. My first regular, paying job was desk clerk at a hotel. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  46. My first job was a babysitter, second was at Orange Julius.

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  47. I follow Shabby Fabrics via Instagram.

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  48. My first job was at Fabric World, when I was 16.
    Joybeth54@gmail.com
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  49. My Shabby Fabrics love: scouting around their website and falling in love with Amelie Cream Scroll Floral by P&B Textiles, Chalk and Timber by Marcus, Crystal Lake by Minick and Simpson, and too many others to name. What a great selection of fabrics. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  50. My dad ran a wholesale food plant, so in high school, I started picking up odd jobs there like washing the trucks, cleaning the lavatories, offices, and kitchen, filing, anything to earn some spending money. My first non-family job was tending bar my freshman year of college at an Italian restaurant/pizza joint.

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  51. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter

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  52. Serving at Dairy Queen! Thank you, Susan

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  53. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  54. My first job was a babysitter for neighbourhood's children but, then went to work a real job at our national railroad. thanks

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  55. Clerking, shelving goods, and cutting meat, cheese in local grocery store.

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  56. My first job was as a sales clerk in Hudson Belk Dept Store. Cotten.gloria@gmail.con

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  57. I follow Shabby Fabrics in IG and get their newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  58. I follow Shabby Fabrics in IG. Loved the table runner shown.

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  59. My first job was babysitting like most ladies but my first job where I had to pay taxes was a waitress.

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  60. I get the newsletter at a different address.

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  61. I used to babysit all the time, but my first real job where I paid taxes was working at a huge housewares store on Long Island, NY. The store was well known for its huge selection of many many items. It was always crowded and it was common to have your checkout line have at least 20 plus customers waiting to pay. It was so long ago, customers often paid in cash and you had to do the math in your head for correct change...no computer to give you the answers. I loved the challenge of a long line and to try to work as fast as possible so customers wouldn't have to wait too long. I really loved that job. I worked there in HS and then when I would return home from college on long breaks and summer time.

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  62. I follow Shabby Fabrics through their blog and newsletter. I love anything they make with Snowmen.

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  63. Besides babysitting, my first job was at the courthouse preparing documents for microfilming.

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  64. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG.

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  65. I follow Shabby Fabric on Instagram:)

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  66. My first tax-paying job was as a certified nursing assistant at a hospital when I was 17.

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  67. My first job was babysitting, but if that doesn't count, dishwashing.

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  68. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter. Their recent jelly roll rug kit in Sensibility caught my eye:) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  69. I was a hostess at a Bob Even's restaurant. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  70. My first job was working for my family in the flower nursery business. We were growers and it meant field work. Heat in summer and Louisiana cool in the winter. Dollar an hour and boys made 2.00. Thanks for the chance.

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  71. I was a library clerk and filed books! I loved it!

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  72. My first job without pay was from the time I was 5 yrs old, helping in the vegetable fields of my dad's. He farmed BIG fields. Then we had to wash, sort and pack the veggies and take them to market. It was hard work but im thankful for it now. 🙂 My first paying job was at 16 and it was sorting cloth at a factory that was long ago closed now. It was neat. I liked getting paid. Enjoy your day! 💙🍄☔ angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  73. I get the Shabby newsletter and follow their blog! Thank you!

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  74. I receive Shabby Fabrics emails. They are cool.🌞 angiegary2 atgmail dotcom

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  75. My first job was baby sitting at the age of 12 I took care of a two month old for the night. I baby sat for the family till I was 17 watched all four kids from a couple hours to a four day ski vacation for mom and dad.

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  76. I worked in a small variety shop that sold all kinds of things like leather kits and fabric (before I was addicted to fabric, lol). I do remember eyeing my favourite ones, but at that time I hadn’t discovered quilting yet! Too bad, I could have started building my stash at the age of 14!!

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  77. I follow Shabby Fabric on IG and via email.

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  78. My first job was at a grocery store. Loved it!

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  79. First job was babysitting....survivor972002@midco.net

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  80. I love Shabby Fabrics...I get their newsletter and also blog.....follow on Facebook.....She has so much to choose from so it would really be fun to win the gift certificate...survivor972002@midco.net

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  82. My first job was babysitting, then I worked as a waitress for awhile.

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  83. I love Shabby Fabrics. I follow them on Facebook, and Twitter.

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  84. My first job was in a sewing factory sewing collars on little boys shirts.

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  85. I receive emails from SHABBY FABRICS.

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  86. I worked at a Girl Scout summer camp for my 1st job. I had the most fun ever. I made loads of lifelong friends.

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  87. Congratulations to Susan!!
    My first job was as a waitress in a soda shop. I loved that job so much.
    I loved the customers

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  88. I follow Shabby Fabrics all over town. They are a wonderful shop
    nice packaging and delivery

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  90. My first job was babysitting...50 cents an hour bmccoll7@aol.com

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  91. My first job was Statistical Typist on an IBM Selectric typewriter...does that tell you how old I am? LOL I was the receptionist/secretary to a gas accounting department where 11 people used me for preparing their reports/letters/answering phones, etc. I had just graduated with a degree in Secretarial Science. The year was 1975..yikes! eons ago! I already adore/like/buy/make all things Shabby Fabrics! They are so special!

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  92. I helped a Home Ec teacher teach sewing at summer school. I was in junior high. I also cleaned houses and tended.

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  93. I follow Shabby Fabrics on email. Thanks.

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  94. My first job was delivering newspapers when I was 12.

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  95. I follow Shabby Fabrics via Instagram.

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  96. My very first job was an assembler. I worked in a warehouse on Saturdays. I don't even remember what I was making parts for.

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  97. I get Shabby fabrics newsletter. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  98. My first paid job was babysitting.

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  99. My first paid job was as an accounts payable technician at a building supply company.

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  100. I follow Shabby Fabric blog and am on their mailing list.

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  101. I receive their newsletter and follow them on Facebook, Pintrest, and Youtube.

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  102. I was a waitress for about 2 months!

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  103. I worked at Taco Bell and my bosses didn't think they were going to like me when they first met me and then I was their favorite!

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  104. My first job was working for the state tax department entering information from returns.

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  105. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and by email newsletter.

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  106. My first job was tutoring math and reading.

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  107. I receive the Shabby Fabrics Newsletter by email.

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  108. My first job was through a program that helped disadvantaged teens find work. I split time between a Chamber of Commerce office and at an insurance office.
    ctopp(at)richhill(dot)k12(dot)mo

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  109. My first job was tending a vegetable garden for a restaurant.

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  110. My first job was as a nurse's aide at a nursing home. I was a mere 16 years old and stayed there for 7 years! It was a very hard job, both physically and emotionally.
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  111. I am a Shabby Fabrics follower on FB and IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  112. I follow Shabby on IG. Lisaeboles at gmail

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  113. My first job with a paycheck was with Anita's Dress shop. Boy does that bring back memories. Lisaeboles at gmail

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  114. My first job was as a babysitter. After that, when I was a teenager, I was a sales clerk in a dress shop.

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  115. I follow Shabby Fabrics by e-mail.

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  116. My first job was as a weekend laundress at a nursing home when I was in high school

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  117. Not counting babysitting, my first real job was teaching swimming & canoeing at a Girl Scout summer camp! I learned a LOT that summer!!

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  118. I love Shabby Fabrics, & follow them everywhere!!

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  119. Love Shabby fabrics, follow by Email, IG BL.

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  120. Technically my fish job was as a babysitter but my real first job was at House of Fabrics cutting fabric!

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  121. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB and get their newsletter

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  122. My first job was working in a bookstore.

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  123. My first job (after babysitting) was as a busser in a fancy restaurant, for almost nothing pay. Glad I don't have to do that anymore!

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  124. Besides babysitting, my first job was a carhop and fry cook at a fast food restaurant.

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  125. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram.

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  126. Frist job was working at the City Club of Lansing Michigan happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  127. I follow shabby fabrics on facebook and I get there catalog tooo.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  128. My first job was an Information Operator at the phone company. Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too :)

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  129. I get Shabby Fabrics Newsletter, & follow on You Tube & Pinterest :)

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  130. My 1st job was at an A & W restaurant. It is now one of the most famous Taco Bells.
    Look up Taco Bell in Pacifica CA.

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  131. Visited their shop, they have a nice selection of kits!

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  132. My first job was working for my uncle on his farm. I hoed sugar beets.

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  133. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  134. My first job was was a file clerk for a testing agency. I loved it!

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  135. I was hired as a office temp for 3 weeks at Thompson School Book Depository. Ended up staying for 29 years.

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  136. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email.

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  137. My first job was sweeping the sidewalk in front of my dad's store. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  138. Favorite item? All the batiks. Hard to pick just one. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  139. My first job was a bag, but it was terrible... Nowadays it gets more better!

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  140. That was a long time ago. Startted babysitting at 12 every summer got up at 5 and spent all day there, Tied grapes in the spring and picked peaches in the summer

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  141. My first job was working in the office at my father's business.

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  142. I subscribe to Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  143. my first job was running a machine, that put the decorative stitching on ruffles, then put the ruffles onto panels, which then became curtains.

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  144. My father was a farmer and my first job was on the farm.

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  145. I was a grocery store checkout girl.

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  146. I get the Shabby Fabrics newsletter - love them!

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  147. I worked at Woolco in the Smoke Shop for my first job. Thanks!

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

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  149. Babysitting was my first job. My first job with a steady paycheck was working at a bakery in a grocery store.

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  150. My first job was a waitress in a local restaurant when I was a sophomore in high school. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  151. my first job was childcare full time

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  152. Babysitting part time and then as a typist for a college that was preparing a manuscript for their Reading Services Center.

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  153. My first job was at an ice cream shop. (I have never really enjoyed ice cream ever since). Thank you for this giveaway opportunity!

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  154. I have signed up for the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  155. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram. I also am subscribed to Shabby Fabrics on Youtube and I watch a lot of Shabby Fabric tutorial videos on Youtube.

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  156. My first job was babysitting. If that doesn't count then working for my dad's company. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  157. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  158. My first job was as the switchboard operator/receptionist for a large home furnishings manufacturer.

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  159. I receive Shabby Fabrics daily email newsletters

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  160. My first job was a clerk in a women's clothing store I think I spent all my paychecks buying clothes!

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  161. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email. I love their pillowcase tutorial!

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  162. My first job was lining up the health & beauty products on the shelves for K-Mart. The job paid next to nothing even by 1974 standards and was BORING. But I did make some good friends.

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  163. My first job was as a summer playground attendant for the recreation department in my hometown.

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  164. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  165. Worked for a vet while in school and I follow shabby fabrics! Thank you

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  166. I follow Shabby Fabrics on you tube, pinterest, instagram and facebook. I receive their newsletter and I LOVE the 'And on that Farm' set of 8 patterms - and I'm saving my $$ to get it! That sheep in the set is just too cute! Love Shabby Fabrics!!

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  167. I was a babysitter before anything else. :-)

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  168. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  169. My very first job was babysitting for neighbor kids -- then when I actually started work, I worked as a secretary. Later I became a commercial electrician!

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  170. I follow shabby fabrics on their facebook and e-mail

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  171. My first 'official' job (besides babysitting!) was working for the credit dept at Sears. (That was a whopping 47 years ago).... Deb mdenders@msn.com

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  172. I've followed Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest for ages, and signed up for their blog, as well. Deb mdenders@msn.com

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  173. My first job was babysitting for .25 an hour!!

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  174. I follow Shabby Fabric's on pinterest

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  175. First real job was wrapping Christmas food baskets at gourmet grocery store

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  176. Follow shabby fabric by Utube
    and emails

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  177. My first job, after babysitting, was working in a Cookie Factory shop in our mall. I baked, decorated and sold cookies. It was fun!

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  178. My first job was teaching piano lessons to children at my church.

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

Melissa