Tuesday, February 25, 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 Thousands of Bolts is . . .   Number #249 . . . Congrats eloise123061!!!   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 blow me away 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 Bella Solids are on sale!!!  Also, All Clover Products are on sale for the Notion, and All Cluck Cluck Sew Patterns are on sale for the Pattern.  (and she has so many fantastic patterns!!!)    Save 20-30% off of all of them for the whole month of February!!  So great ;) 

24 Hour Flash Sales at the Fat Quarter Shop!


And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a beautiful Modern Farmhouse 10" Stacker by Simple Simon and Company for Riley Blake Designs!!! I just love this line, the colors and prints are so pretty!!  

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 lived on a farm, what "chore" would you like to do best???  

 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, March 3rd, 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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253 comments:

  1. hi - I have never lived on a farm but visit one across the street to get eggs and feed the goats.

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  2. I would love feeding and loving on the animals every day!

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  3. As a kid I used to say I wanted to be a farmer! If I worked on a farm, I'd tend to the animals. And garden.

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  4. I grew up on a dairy farm in southern Minnesota. Farm chores are hard work. The chore I liked best was feeding the calves.

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  5. I'd volunteer to feed the chickens! and pick vegetables!

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  6. I follow FQS on Bloglovin,and you tube.

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  7. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB and get their newsletter.

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  8. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram.

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  9. I grew up on a truck farm, and I really didn't have a favorite chore. LOL I didn't mind picking up the plums the birds pecked because we could eat all of those we wanted.

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  10. I would like to work in the garden and prepare fresh meals for everyone on the farm

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  11. I follow FQS on FA, Instagram and Piniterst, Youtube and their blog. I also subscribe to the Sew Sampler and Batik FQ clubs

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  12. I read a book about "Yarn Farming" once and it was amazing. They raised sheep for yarn production but it was a small scale, mom and pop type business so they kept samples from each fleece and dealt with like breeding for the right wool and such, crazy awesome. I would just like hanging out with the sheepies.

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  13. I follow the FQS on Inta I think.

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  14. I'd feed the chickens. We have had chickens, and they are so much fun! They love treats, and will follow you around if they see you have some!

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  15. I follow FQS on FB, IG, YT, email, more

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  16. When I was a kid we visited family on a farm and got to feed the baby cows with GIANT baby bottles. They were so cute.

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  17. Weve had chickens, dogs and cats. I love just watching the chickens. Theyre like lil ol ladies.

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

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  19. I follow FQS on FB and Instagram

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  20. The farm chore I would like best is feeding the animals.

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  21. Is quilting a chore? Good thing I don't live on a farm! :)

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  22. If I lived on a farm, my favorite chore would be tending the garden!

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  23. My favorite chore would be planning the flower beds. Or finding cute decor for the garden.

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  24. My fav chore would be canning the fruit from my trees.

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  25. It would be so difficult to pick just one chore. I've wanted to live on a farm in the country since childhood. I would pick anything to do with caring for the animals prob horses and chicks first but a second favorite would be working the garden...enjoying the results of working and tending to the plants.

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  26. I get FQS newsletters and follow their blogs

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  27. My daughter lives on a farm and when I'm there I love gathering eggs and feeding the goats!

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  28. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB, Instagram, YouTube and I also get the newsletter and read their blog (so I think I'm covered! LOL)

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  29. I have lived on a farm - gathering eggs for sure.

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  30. Follow the Fat quarter Shop on Instagram - so many beautiful things and lots of great ideas for projects.

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  31. I always liked milking the cows.

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  32. Hmm...I think get Gering eggs was fun as a kid on my grandparents' farm, so guess that's my favorite.

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  33. Following Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and Facebook.

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  34. I grew up on a dairy farm and I also ran my own dairy farm in my twenties. I loved milking the girls and waiting for birthing.

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  35. I recently started following FQS and liked their page. If I lived on a farm I’d love to have all the fresh veggie so tending the gardens and plants would be amazing. Beekeeper is intriguing as well.

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  36. Collecting eggs from the chickens!

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  37. That's a tough one...I enjoy gathering eggs (currently have 7 laying hens) but have enjoyed milking the cow at my uncle's farm.

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  38. I loved feeding the baby cows on my grandfather's farm.

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  39. I have always wanted to collect the eggs from the chickens...!

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  40. I follow FQS on FB and get their newsletter.

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  41. I have never lived on a farm! I’m sure there a lot more to having a farmhouse than just doing the chores!

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  42. Hi,yes born on a Farm! Mom+I cared for our Chickens! Thanks for sharing!

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  43. I was born on a farm, and I cared for the lambs.

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  44. Farm?? I am a NYC girl...I don't even know what farm chores there might be. It all is too much hard work for me. I guess I could collect eggs.

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  45. Hmmmmmm, a farm? I think i would collect the eggs. Or bottle feed baby goats or calves.

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  46. Well let’s see, i follow FQ on Facebook, Instagram, newsletter, you tube, i follow them everywhere! Am i considered a stalker? 😂

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  47. If I lived on a farm I think the chore I would like the best would be picking the vegetables from the garden.

    Sandy A

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  48. I follow FQS on Facebook and get their newsletter. One of my favorite shops!
    Sandy A

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  50. I would feed the goats and make goats milk soap.

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  51. I spent a summer on a farm in Finland as an exchange student. I helped weed the sugar beet fields and gather the hay. It was a totally new experience for me!

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  52. I follow FQS on email, and catch their Flash sale on multiple blogs like yours!

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  53. The best chore is not a chore! I would do the baking of the bread!!! Nothing batter!

    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  54. If I lived on a farm I'd gather eggs, milk the cow, churn butter and bake bread! Shear the lambs, spin the wool and make socks.

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  55. I follow FQS blog and IG accounts!
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  56. I have followed fqshop for a couple years already. That's how I found you! 😊

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  57. I love cows so I would like to feed them.

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  58. I follow FQS on bloglovin and instagram

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  59. I'd like to can the fruits and vegetables, make the cheese, butter, and soap, and tend the garden.

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  60. Apparently gathering eggs is a favorite chore, but I'd rather do something in the house. Problem is, most everything you do on the farm is high volume. I like to can and make jellies and things, but a whole farm-size batch? No way. I enjoy collecting the mail, but with the box down on the road and bad weather not a rarity, I don't think I'll volunteer for that either. Everything you do on the farm is just so much work. I think I'd volunteer to be the old grannie in the rocker knitting socks.

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

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  62. I'd love anything to do with chickens from feeding them to collecting eggs!

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  63. I follow FQS every way I can. =)

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  64. I loved gathering eggs on my grandparents farm!

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  65. I did. I grew up on a farm in Apple Valley CA. We had both outside chores and inside chores. On the inside: I loved to help mom wash clothes and hang them on the line, can or own grown food, and sew (yes, this was one chore, sewing rips and lost buttons etc. I did sewing for fun at other times and mom taught me how to quilt) On the outside: feeding and watering the animals, brushing my horse and cow, riding my horse so she stayed in shape (we barrel raced) walking my cow so she learned my commands (we won first place in CA, NV AZ the work payed off) I enjoyed collecting eggs and feeding the chickens (not so much the cleaning though) I enjoyed keeping the pigs pens clean, but with sand from the desert it wasnt a difficult task. We had other chores also, but these were my favorites. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  66. I get their email and follow on FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  67. I did live on a farm growing up and it was my job to keep the yard mowed and I also cooked dinner and supper.

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  68. I follow FQS numerous ways - FB, Instagram, newsletter, YouTube. I just love them!

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  69. The chore I would like best is stitching quilts to keep warm in the wintertime.

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  70. Hmm, if I lived on a farm, I think I would like to feed the animals, maybe brush the horses.
    joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  71. Oh I would love tending the garden the best! I love gardening!

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

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  73. I'd like to feed the chickens and gather the eggs. we used to have chickens when I was growing up and when my children were little.

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  74. I do live on a small farm and feeding my goats is probably the best. They're so much fun. So are the turkeys...they're so smart and curious.

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  75. I'd probably like feeding the chickens.

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  76. I would love tending to the vegetable garden.

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  77. I follow FQS on facebook and bloglovin.

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  78. I grew up on a small farm. I would rather drive a tractor so I wouldn't have to do manual labor.

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  79. I would tend the vegetables, tomatoes and cucumbers, squash and beans!!

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  80. I would love to bottle feed the lambs

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  81. I did live on a farm My favorite chore was feeding the animals

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  82. I follow FQS via email and Facebook

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  83. If I lived on the farm, I would like to play with the goats and exercise the horses, and tease the cows

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  84. If I lived on a farm I would want alpacas and a herd dog to take care of.
    crazeematz@gmail.com

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  85. I follow FQS
    crazeematz@gmail.com

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  86. I would want to tend to the baby chicks. When I was young I used to visit my great grandfather's farm and see the chicks and they were so cute! I know nothing about tending to them, but they were fun to watch.

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  87. I follow the FQS blog and youtube channel.

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  88. gathering eggs! Love getting free groceries.

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  89. My grandparents had a farm that we would visit every other summer growing up. I loved feeding the chickens and collecting the eggs.

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  90. I follow FQS by email and on facebook

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  91. I have never visited a farm, but milking cows has always interested me.

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  92. Never lived on a farm. trotskyn@att.net

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  93. I follow FQS on FB & Instagram. trotskyn@att.net

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  94. Not sure what chores there are...maybe feeding the animals?

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  95. If I lived in a farm I’d like to gather eggs or feed the horses.

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  96. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on all their Social Media! This fabric is my favorite new line!!!! I can’t believe that’s what they are giving away!!!

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  97. This winter I was able to hold the reins to a pair of Clydesdale horses pulling a sleigh through fresh snow. What power - that would be my job for sure! Pretty awesome that my local quilt shop is located in a barn on a Clydesdale farm!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  98. I receive the Jolly Jabber. Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  99. I live on a cotton farm! Chopping weeds, fixing rows, irrigating are all hard work, but fun when you do it together. I follow FQS

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  100. When my grandparents lived on a farm, I liked to gather the eggs.

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  101. I love harvesting fruit in the orchard

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  102. If I lived on a farm, I think I would like to collect the eggs best. I love chickens!!! :-)

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  103. I getthe FQS newsletters in my email.

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  104. I grew up on a dairy farm--I miss the cows and their personalities and the outdoor life but I do not miss the chores!!

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  105. I follow FQS on IG, FB and their email newsletter--they always have such great stuff!

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  106. If I lived on a farm, I would like gathering vegetables from the garden best.

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  107. I follow FQS on Facebook and Instagram.

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  108. Gather eggs, we used to have chickens when I was young and I collected the eggs.

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  109. I follow all things Fat Quarter Shop.

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  110. Feeding chickens! I didn't live on a farm, but lived out in the country & loved to watch the chickens we had, too funny! Thank you, Susan

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  111. I follow FQS on Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  112. I have lived on a farm and I loved anything I got to ride the big lawn
    mower for!

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  113. Wonderful Farmhouse stacker. I do live on a small farm and I like to take care of the chickens.

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  114. I follow Jolly Jabber, FQS on Instagram and get the newsletter

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  115. I follow FQS on IG, Pinterest and YT.

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  116. I've never lived on a farm, but have had to help pick rocks at my aunts. Never a fun job, but feeding the horse and sheep was always fun!!

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  117. I follow FQS blog and instagram.

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  118. I grew up on a farm and I liked feeding the chickens the most. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on their blog.

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  120. I would like to feed the chickens. bmccoll7@aol.com

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  121. I would like to feed the baby animals!

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  122. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop by email.

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  123. I have never lived on a farm but think I would like gathering the eggs best.

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  124. I live on a farm - my favorite chore is feeding the critters - from the horse, the dog, the cats, the chickens, and when we had sheep - they were pretty cool. I love feeding them all - they follow me everywhere. Can't beat that.

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  125. I follow fat quarter shop on facebook, instagram, pinterest, you tube, and the blog. Receive the emails. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  126. I am a Fat Quarter Shop follower on FB and IG, along with receiving their newsletter!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  127. I have not live on a farm, but my husband did! I'd enjoy taking care of the chickens...I think. ???
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  128. I have never lived on a farm but my grandparents had a dairy farm when I was growing up. I always wanted to help milk the cows

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  129. I follow the FQS on Facebook, YouTube, their blog and I get their email.

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  130. Firmer farm girl here: I enjoyed bottle feeding baby lambs or cleaning the dairy bulk tank while singing much more than pulling weeds in our 3 gardens or butchering chickens.

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  131. Anything do do with taking care of animals.

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  132. I do live on a small farm, my favorite "chore" is picking apples up off the ground that have fallen from the trees & feeding them to the horses.

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

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  134. I follow them by e-mail, on FB and IG.

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  135. Collecting eggs in the morning would be the best... a surprise each and every day!!

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  136. I follow FQS vis Email, IG, and FB!!!

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  137. Nope no farm but we did have chickens.We also raised rabbits to eat.I did love giving the chickens warms to fight over fun watching them run...looked like foot ball the warm was the foot ball.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  138. I really like the fatquater shop great fabric great service. ..I have them on facebook, instagram, and email... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  139. If I lived on a farm I think I would like to milk the cow. I have never done this before, but it looks like fun!

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  140. I follow FQS everywhere, IG, FB, Newsletter and You Tube for quilting and cross stitch!!!

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  141. If I lived on a farm.....I would like to try being the one to churn butter! Hard work, but, oh the delicious rewards.....a bit like quilting!

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  142. If I lived on a farm I would tend the garden

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  143. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Instagram and BlogLovin.

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  144. I grew up on a farm and now live on a semi-farm. I hate pulling weeds but love the vegetable garden.

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  145. I follow FQS on FB, Bloglovin, Email all over the place.

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  146. I would like to collect the eggs from the chickens. We had 10 chickens at one point in our backyard but now are down to just one. Miss seeing them foraging around and hearing them declare when they have laid their egg for the day! :-) K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

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  147. I already receive actually 2 copies of the Fat Quarter newsletter which comes out often! :-) Hard to keep up with Kimberly! She really doesn't sleep I don't think! Love your new book and the quilts look adorable. K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

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  148. I can answer this one from personal experience. My favorite chore is tending to the chickens and the goats. Both are so cheerful and such good company.

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  149. I am on the FQS mailing list using my wordygirl at earthlink dot net email address. Love seeing what's new in the shop.

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  150. My favorite chore would be tending the garden. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  151. I follow FQS by email. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  152. Feeding the calves :)! When I helped out at my in-laws farm - that was my favorite chore.

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  153. I follow FQS by Email, newsletter, Blog, IG, and you tube. Love Fatquartershop!

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  154. I was a farmer for the majority of my life, driving tractors is the best.

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  155. When I was a kid, my brother and I visited my uncle and family in the old country--Ireland. All I wanted to do was milk a cow. They had milking machines and didn't do any milking by hand, but he let me--I recall it was a lot harder than I thought!

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  156. I live on a hobby farm and my favorite chore is harvesting veggies.

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  157. I follow FQS all the ways! Instagram, email, facebook.

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  158. I have lived on a farm my entire life. I aam more a fair weather farmer though. I am lucky my husband takes care of most of the chores. I love feeding the cows and finding the new baby calves. Last year was my first year for a container type garden, and I loved it. That is until the okra grew so tall we couldn't even reach it with the 8' ladder to cut the pods. Life is better on the farm, all the fresh air. Thank you for such great giveaways.

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  159. Anytime I've visited friends with farms I ask to feed the chickens. LOVE chickens.

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  160. I think I would enjoy feeding the animals.

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  161. I love animals, so I would feed and care for the farm critters - even clean out the barn and stable. Thanks!

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  162. I follow FQS on Bloglovin and receive their newsletter. Thanks!

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  163. We do live on a farm, and feeding the calves is one of my favorite chores.

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  164. I love Fat Quarter shop and have ordered from them several times. I love their flash sales and now that they post them on Facebook, I can see what is for sale and then click on their site to buy them. I also follow them on Bloglovin.

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  165. I think I would like feeding the chickens if I lived on a farm. Also preserving fruits and vegetables.

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  166. If I lived on a farm, feeding the chickens would be the best!

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  167. I receive the FQS newsletter and follow the blog. I love their tutorials!

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  168. If I lived on a farm I would have a much bigger garden and freeze/can more of my produce.

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  169. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook

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

Melissa