Tuesday, April 21, 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  Nancy's Needle Jelly Roll from Green Fairy Quilts is . . .   Number #155 . . . Congrats Dawn!!!  I have messaged 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 are the latest, aren't they just gorgeous!!!  And speaking of Bundle goodness . . . Along with hosting the giveaway, Jamie is also offering all Happy Quilting readers a special discount of  20% off Any One Fat Quarter Bundle with the code happyquilting!!!  Code good until Friday, which means,  Oh, so much fun shopping!!!



And for Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway,  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is letting you Pick any 2 Lou Lou  Bundles!!!  That's right, the winner will get to choose their favorite  2 Lou Lou Bundles that Jamie has in stock!!!   Oh my goodness, how will you ever decide :)   What fun the winner will have 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 a random good deed that was done for you, or that you saw done for someone else recently.   (I think kindness is just abounding right now and it makes my heart happy in these hard times ;)  

 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 next Tuesday, April 28th, 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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220 comments:

  1. One random act of kindness was that someone in the drive-thru ahead of me paid for my lunch! So I passed it on to the next person!

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  2. I’m making fun, embroidered masks for the nurses and families at the hospital where I work. I worked in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for 40 years until I semi-retired to be a full time grandmother. Anything to can do to make it easier for them fills me with joy.

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  3. The first thing that caught my eye was the Little Lou’s Quilts. I make quilts for the PEDIATRIC ICU patients in my hospital. We take care of kids who can’t go back into NICU after going home all the way to 21 years of age. So much need there too!

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  4. LOVE the Apricot Orchard bundle shown above and what a great price!

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  5. Today the kitchen gals here at the elementary school where we work, made me a toasted Italian sub sandwich. They put in in the warmer and told me I could come get it for lunch. They are continuing to feed our students throughout the stay-at-home order here in Missouri. We are feeding right at 137 students breakfast and lunch daily during the week. As there are just 2 girls working right now they are doing a great job, but still took time to make me a sandwich!! And yes, it was very good!! Thanks girls - you are the best!!

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  6. Following on Pinterest and check out their website sometimes for inspiration lol.

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  7. So many bundles to choose from! The Llama Live is nice, and the Lori Holt, and the Man Bundle is cute, too! I can't decide!

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  8. Someone paid for my coffee at Starbucks. I was so surprised!

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  9. My husband passed away unexpectedly in September and my wonderful neighbors have been mowing my lawn ever since.... which is a super kindness as I'm very allergic to grass!

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  10. My LQS is donating backing fabrics for the charity quilts my quilt guild is making for the childrens's ward at my local hospital.

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  11. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.

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  12. So many positive things... I needed a N95 mask for working front line and a neighbor had some for me!!

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  13. I love the daily deals in the shop!

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  14. I follow loulous on instagram.

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  15. On the radio the host was telling about a small car lot owner who isnt going to be able to make her payroll and how she was so very worried. (Coronavirus- no sales). And a few calls later a lady called in to say she wanted to help her and give her money for her payroll. I think we all were all teary-eyed over that one! How sweet!

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  16. I've been making and donating masks for friends in health care, and for other friends. I didn't ask for money, but several donated which was really nice to help with the elastic supplies.

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  17. I follow LouLou's on FB and Instagram.

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  18. one of our daughter got our groceries

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  19. I follow LouLou on facebook and by email

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  20. I'm just popping in to say, "Thank You! The best email I've gotten in a very long time"! 💛💛

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  21. I just read about a local grocery store who has received over $57,000 in donations to provide food for families in need. They even deliver!

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  22. my friend made a fried chicken dinner delivery to all her friends that don't drive

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  23. A roll of toilet paper was left on my porch!
    joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  24. So many masks were made by folks in our retirement community that they filled all the requests from health organizations and are now handing them out to residents.

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  25. I follow LouLou's on Instagram.

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  26. My sister offered to walk my dogs with me each day instead of me having to walk each separately. It gives us a chance to get exercise, chat, and take a longer walk.

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  27. Like so many of us I have been making masks.

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  28. I love LouLou's, they have such fun bundles! I follow on Instagram and visit the website often!

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  29. We saw an older couple decide not to get a prescription because they couldn’t pay for it. The man in line behind them pulled out his wallet and paid for it. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  30. I follow LouLou’s on IG. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  31. I hope we remember all the acts of kindness when this is over and continue to practice them!

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  32. We have a friend or two that call regularly to check on us during these crazy times.

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  33. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook.

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  34. I recently was gifted a beautiful prayer shawl from a dear friend!

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  35. When I was out walking I went through a neighborhood where someone had posted a sign saying if anyone needed anything there was a box of some supplies on the porch at their house number.

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  36. I like the Ghouls and Goodies fat quarter bundle.

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  37. I have been busy making fabric masks for assisted living, nursing homes and low income seniors in my area and a wonderful quilting friend is helping me plus another of our quilting friends donated to us some fabric and blades for our cutters. survivor972002@midco.net

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  38. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric shop on Facebook, Pinterest, and blog posts.

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  39. I love to visit Lou Lou's shop. Her bundle's are my absolute favorite!

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  40. I was in line at the Dunkin's drive thru, and when I tried to pay for my drink I was told that the guy in front of me already took care of it. I have no idea who it was.

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  41. I recently had some serious surgeries with complications. I have had so many people help me out I get teary eyed just thinking about it. From people coming to my house to take care of me, meals, and
    people praying, and dropping treats on the doorstep. I am a very lucky person.

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  42. I recently saw a young teen boy helping an older gentleman with his groceries - thought this was so sweet of this teenage boy and I know the older gentleman appreciated the help as he was in a wheelchair.

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  43. I follow Lou Lou's on facebook.

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  44. My friend has been making mask. She gave paid by donation and will be passing the money to the local food bank

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  45. My grandson has autism, and local business are donating craft supplies and fun things for the kids while we're all staying at home.
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  46. I'm over the rainbow with Lou Lou's Over the Rainbow bundle! We need a bunch of happy right now!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  47. My husband helped my girlfriend fix her sewing machine on Sunday night. Together my girlfriend and I have been sewing masks for about the past 30 days, as have so many other wonderful volunteers!

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  48. My son called me the other day just to check on his momma! That was the kind thing that was done for me recently. Love him so much!!

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  49. LouLous has some of the very best fat quarter bundles....I have bought several. I continue to show them love by buying their beautiful bundles.

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  50. Neighbor brought us fresh kumquats this weekend. Our teenage boy loved them!

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  51. Following Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on Instagram. 👍

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  52. Congratulations to Dawn!
    My neighbors son helped me dump a bag of dirt on each of my gardens this morning. I was grateful. The kids next door are absolutely wonderful.

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  53. I love LouLous fabric shop. I love her bundles.
    She has great prices and her curated bundles are also very nice.

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  54. The kids next door took my dogs for a walk yesterday.

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  55. My friend gave me 5 yards of elastic to make masks, as like everyone has found, elastic is very hard to find these days!

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  56. One of my quilting acquantices was the first person at my door following the death of my husband with a lovely lemon bread. She was so thoughtful and it filled my heart.

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  57. I follow LLFS on facebook and by email.

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  58. I follow Lou Lou’s on Instagram.

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  59. My sister bought me a kit for a quilt I had been looking at just because she is kind. She explained that it was a Birthday gift “ a bit early “

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  60. Someone brought me some banana nut muffins~

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  61. Follow on instagram kathypersons1

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  62. I follow by email to their blog

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  63. My darling daughter has been doing shopping for me!! How lucky am I??

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  64. My neighbor checking in on mom and I, are we ok, do we need anything...my 86 year old mother said "Bless his heart" Yes indeed.

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  65. I follow Loulou's on Instagram also.

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  66. Someone once left me a gift card on my bike to a coffee shop for having picked up their keys. They left a note hoping that I was the one who had picked up their lost keys and thanking me and if not, told me enjoy a drink (I was the one who had picked them up but I don’t know how they knew).

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  67. Happened this afternoon. My 2yr old daughter wasn't going down for her because she didn't have her stuffed bunny BFF. I went searching while my son kept her company. After a couple minutes i hear him tell her she can use his stuffed hippo BFF. Walking into the bedroom just after, sure enough, my son is trying to had his sister his favorite plushy. Its a little think but its good to see/hear compassion and sharing. Oh, and yes, i did locate her bunny and the day was saved.

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  68. Recently had big surgery..my Kiddo's have been checking on me e& Dad every day..helping us thru the door..as I can't have visitor's right now..due to susceptible to the Covid 19 ...Grrr.… But we have great Kiddo's..oldest Grandgirl & her Hubby check on us too. We are so Blessed. Hope Everyone continues to reach out & help others after virus is gone..it's the best way to Live Life :D

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  69. I get Lou Lou's Newsletter, & follow on Pinerest...am also a Happy Customer :)

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  70. Following LouLou's on Pinterest and Facebook to see what new things they're up to! They have the cutest hand-picked bundles ;)

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  71. One of the nicest good deed ideas I've seen lately is putting out some free masks for your delivery drivers to take-they're really overworked, and putting themselves out there right now-a little kindness can go a long way :)

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  72. A neighbor secretly left a flower on my porch recently. It made me feel loved and inspired me to actually plant flowers on my porch this year. It's going to be so pretty!

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  73. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook and Instagram.

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  74. My son offered and helped me cut out binding for face masks

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  75. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook and Instagram.

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  76. We had donuts and a nice note left at our door. Thanks.

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  77. I follow LouLou's by email. Thanks.

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  78. Good deed: my husband and I are over 65 so our Granddaughters have been shopping and delivering food for us. Also, my daughter in law has made two farmer's market runs for us and brought dinner. We are two lucky "old people".

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  79. I follow Loulou's on IG and I am subscribed to their email news letters.

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  80. Visited their shop, love their bundles!!

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  81. Someone in our neighborhood decorated a long strip of a busy
    road with pinwheels. Cheers up everyone as they drive by.

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  82. My daughter hanging curtains in my new house... she is kindness exemplified when there id a need. 😊

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  83. Also liked LouLou’s on FB, love the bundles!

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  84. It is simple but a young lady motioned for me to go ahead at the 4-way stop. (I haven't been out much lately, to be honest.)

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  85. I follow LouLou's on instagram as u_geneblack

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  86. Two different people brought me some gluten free groceries.

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  87. I liked the Serenade Tide fabrics they have on sale.

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  88. the good deed that someone did was open a door for me.

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  89. https://loulousfabricshop.com/products/loulou-bundle-last-bloom-popular-pick

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  90. My daughter made us a loaf of bread with her bread machine. She had asked how we were doing with our bread supply and I had mentioned it was getting low.
    Kathleen - kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  91. I have nothing to comment about - we live in the country, haven't gone anywhere....is that good or bad?

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  92. My husband has ALS and our neighbors planted plants for us just to be kind.
    crazeematz@gmail.com

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  93. My local quilt guild is making a TON of masks

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  94. I already get Lou Lou's e-mails

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  95. I went thru a local drive-thru recently and the person in front of me had paid for my meal. I was so surprised and grateful that I could hardly say a word.

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  96. I signed up for Lou Lou's emails

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  97. A friend left a gift on my front porch a few days ago.

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  98. I visited the website, and I really like the Over the Rainbow Lou Lou Bundle.

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  99. I was so surprised to see a grocery store employee sanitizing the grocery carts today! I usually use the wipes near the door to wipe it down myself, but it was so kind of the store to have an employee do it for us. Of course, I thanked her both coming and going!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  100. I am a follower of LouLou's on their blog and IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  101. An lovely woman who is part of the family our son recently married into sent us a wonderful letter in the mail. What a joy to get something in the mailbox that wasn't bills or junk!

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  102. Saw this beauty in the shop: Azure Skies 5" Stacker by Simple Simon & Company for Riley Blake Designs

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  103. I feel like I shouldn't brag on my good works, but I have made 3 quilts for charity since the start of the COVID outbreak. I did have one underway before the virus struck. I hope they will keep someone warm this winter

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  104. I FEEL A BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL OUR DOCTORS, NURSES, FIREMEN,EMS,POLICE,TO NAME A FEW WHO ARE PUTTING THERE LIVES AT RISK TO HELP ALL WHO ARE SICK. NEVER THINKING OF THEMSELFES. AND A REALLY BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ARE MAKING FACE MASK IN OUR TIME OF NEED.

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  105. ON 112 POST MY NAME IS BRENDA

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  106. My neighbor helped me with my spring lawn cleanup - so thoughtful!

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  107. I follow Lou Lou on Facebook as Terri-John Hauge and Pintrest as Terri Hauge.

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  108. Some family made up a wonderful basket with food,soap and other goodies to deliver to us.

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  109. I follow Lou Lou’s on Instagram.

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  110. We quilters have all been making masks, but this week I saw a former coworker of mine on Facebook who is not much of a sewer, but owns a sewing machine, offering to make masks for any of her friends or family in need... people tried to pay her, but she wouldn't take anything:-)

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  111. Checked out Lou Lou's fabric shop & follow them on Insta... & oh wow, 8 pc fat quarter bundles for $19.99... that's a nice deal!

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  112. I follow Lou Lou on FB and IG.

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  113. A lady from our church is making masks for our food pantry patrons.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  114. One good deed that I did for my neighbors is I shared the oranges from our tree with them, and when I brought them over, the mom said they had been to the store and there hadn't been any good fruit left: I was so happy that I could fill that need for her and her sweet family!

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

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  116. A young man held a door open for me the other day. In my area, that is unusual! His mama taught him well!!

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  117. A wonderful good deed that was done for me really helped me out and made me smile. I have a funky heart that prevents me from gardening and doing yard work. My sister showed up here last week and did all of my spring clean up workin the yard and then she asked me what I would Change or add to my flower gardens tjis year. After talking about things that I dream of doing she told me to decide whst perenials I would like to add this year and she would do the work! I am so blessed!

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  118. A police officer sits in front of a local store during senior shopping hour and helps seniors if they want his help. I'm told they volunteer.

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  119. Love Lou Lou's bundles. Follow on FB

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  120. a good deed is that every night at 8 pm we can hear everybody clinging on cans or whatever to thank the hospital people who are working hard, even here in my small town where the nieghborough is very disseminated
    Thanks for the giveaway, hope I'll be lucky
    Anne-Marie frome France

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  121. I didn't know loulou fabrics. I signed for their newsletter and visited their web site and the first bundle I saw was very nice : LouLou Bundle ~ Last Bloom Popular Pick
    Anne-Marie from France

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  122. I make quilts to donate to Ronald MacDonald House.

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  123. Someone texting days I'm praying for you. Greatest act of kindness.
    Following on pinterest.
    Pam
    thecabbageleaf@yahoo.com

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  124. My niece came and did all my housework as I had been ill. What a load off of my shoulders. I visit the LouLou shop on a regular basis. I love their fabrics and their patterns as well.

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  125. Years ago I had left my purse in a shopping cart and the woman actually called me to return it - wallet and all. I was shocked!

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  126. I love the Lou Lou bundles - such pretty combinations.

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  127. Several ladies in our church are making masks for anyone who needs them.

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  128. I have made and given away close to 300 masks. Thanks for the chance. loribelle1@gmail.com

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  129. Follow Lou Lou on facebook, pinterest, instagram and blog.

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  130. A friend gave me several yards of flannel and fleece, I'm using them to back several donation quilts.

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  131. Our good friend and neighbor has been baking bread and leaving it hanging on the outside door knob in a plastic bag. In these times of social distancing and isolation, these "door knob deliveries" are a welcome treat! Thanks!

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  132. I recieve Lou Lou's newsletter. Thanks!

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  133. My daughter painted and hung a barn quilt for me. It is gorgeous, and lifts my day every time I see it.

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  134. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook

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  135. My grand kids made cards for us for our anniversary - so sweet and unexpected!

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  136. I have been making masks for friends and relatives. One neighbor brought us take-out supper one night and another friend brought me a gift card to treat my grandkids to Dairy Queen when some of all this calms down.

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  137. I signed up to get Lou Lou's newsletter. I like the Man Bundle. I never have enough men's fabrics.

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  138. hmmm. A random good deed... I encouraged my grand daughter to make some cards for the shut ins at a nursing home I used to volunteer at ( and a good friend's mother is now a resident). Mailing those out this week :) Share Positivity~

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  139. I follow Lou Lou all over and order from them quite often :)

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  140. I was recently given a flowering tree for my yard. It made me so happy! We don't yet know what color the blooms will be. Something exciting to look forward to!

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  141. I began following the Lou Lou's Fabric Shop blog. It looks great!

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  142. Making masks for others, making ear savers for healthcare workers and making meals for some elderly family and friends.

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  143. My sister's yoga instructor is offering free classes on Instagram. So my sister took her some baked goods that I made and left them at her door.

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  144. I follow Lou Lou by email. I love her bundles. She is so creative in making them.

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  145. The bank that my husband works at is buying lunch for all of the employees every Friday to help support all of the different restaurants in our area.

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  146. I follow Lou Lou by email and instgram.

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  147. Yesterday a neighbour brought me a bag of lemons from her garden. A lovely gift!,

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  148. A person in line at McDonalds paid our breakfast order.

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  149. Friends called to check on me and hubby. They wanted to make sure that we had food, medications, etc. It was a good feeling to know that someone cared.

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  150. Our non profit guild is making facemask s, gowns and scrub caps for our area groups.

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  151. I follow both of you on Facebook and Instagram. I follow LouLou on Pinterest. Heading to check out website. I love the bee fabric posted on Facebook.

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  152. Our friends and neighbors dropping off meals and supplies to my son as he isolates while dealing with the corona virus. Makes my heart swell!

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  153. My daughter is coming over today to spend some time with her dad, mama needs some space!

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  154. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. The little girls in our extended family have been mailing out cards and notes and drawings, and they are awfully nice to receive! :-)

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  156. Granddaughters made cards for their great grandmother in the nursing home.

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  157. My daughter has organized 2 separate fundraisers in her community to provide meals to hospital workers in the CoVid 19 wards of 2 separate hospitals. I was so proud of her, it made me teary-eyed to learn of it.

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  158. I made lots of masks for family - probably like many other of your readers.

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  159. I love the citrus and melon line of fabrics, yummy.

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  160. Years ago my co-workers put together a BIG basket for me - full of quilting fabrics, tea cups, chocolates, notions, etc. It was SUCH a surprise, and it still makes me feel wonderful when I think about it, years later. To have folks go to that much trouble & expense for ME. Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  161. I've followed Lou Lou's for ages on Pinterest. Thanks for the giveaway! Deb E / CA
    mdenders@msn.com

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  162. Yesterday I went through Taco Bell drive through and the car behind had paid for my lunch on his ticket. It was a very sweet act of kindness to show during this time.

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  163. I have three dished on the floor for my cats. One of them eats with her body covering up the other dishes. The other day, she moved to the end bowl to eat so that my blind cat wouldn't have to wait for me to move her over to the other bowl.

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  164. There’s lots of Pay It Forward happening in the drive-thrus around here....but there always is. It’s a pretty friendly town!

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  165. I was not the recipient of an act of kindness, but the giver. I have made masks for my daughters and families, brother and wife, brother and sister in law, friends as well as for my husband and myself. A great way to use up stash!

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  166. I had not seen Lou Lou's online shop before, but I love it! Love the LouLou Bundles and the NICU blankets they donated. I've signed up for the email list and found a fun pattern to order!

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  167. Some friends and I (all retired hospital workers) were having coffee in our local restaurant and another customer paid for all our coffees. What a nice guy
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  168. I visited the shop and I love her Sweetheart Bundle--as well as many more!!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  169. A friend brought me some cookies that were shaped like flowers.

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  170. There have been so many nice things happening for us. We have stayed in close contact with our family and friends and our children have sent us packages. I make activity packets for our grandchildren ages 1 1/2 to 6....two are in school and that is not is session anymore for this year.

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  171. I was picking up a couple of quilts and the client gave me two dozen donuts! I am amazed. No one has ever done that!
    I am visiting the site and can see a cute baby quilt for a friend with it.

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  172. I follow them on FB and Instagram.

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  173. Their bundles are so beautiful!! Like I picked them myself. Wish I lived closer to visit. Awesome choices.

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  174. I made my neighbor a mask because she has asthma. She offered to pay me but I said no way. She made me cookies instead!! Yummm.

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  175. I stopped at my favorite quilt shop yesterday (Heavenly Stitches in Kingsport, TN) to pick up my machine that had been serviced. While there, only able to stand in the door because of Covid-19 limitations, I remembered that I needed material for the binding on a quilt I have almost finished. I had bought all of the fabric at Heavenly Stitches and should have brought a sample with me to show them what to find for me. But since I had forgotten, the manager of the store looked up all of the fabric I purchased for the quilt, went around the shop with a cart, and came back with all of it so that I could see which I wanted to use as a binding! So helpful!!

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  176. my co-worker was kind enough to help me out on a work project that I was having a hard time on. I was so thankful. She is a very generous woman. I sent her a gift certificate to her favorite quilt shop thanking her for all she does.

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  177. I follow Lou Lou's blog. I love her shop!

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  178. Last week at the grocery store the young man in line behind me reminded me about my phone. I had taken it out of my purse to get my wallet and naturally set it on the counter and forgot about it. Swiss cheese brain, the struggle is real LOL

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  179. I just signed up to follow LouLou's blog. I love the bundles!

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  180. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook & Instagram.

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  181. My daughter goes up to our elderly neighbors every day to collect her mail for her to save her having to walk to the communal mail box. She is 90 with serious health issues and is quite scared of catching the virus. She puts the garage door up for my daughter who leaves her mail on the top step leading into the house so they never come into contact.

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  182. a co worker bought me lunch last week
    az.oubres@gmail.com

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  183. I was in the line to go into our local grocery store, which opens an hour earlier for seniors only, and there was a woman standing nest to the end of line, who had a handful of homemade cloth masks and was giving them away to anyone in line who didn't have a mask and wanted one. What a kind gesture! I didn't need one as I was wearing my own homemade cloth mask that I made for myself, but her gesture warmed my heart.

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  184. My friend Jen brought me fresh eggs and cookies the other day.

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  185. My good deeds during this time are sewing face masks for all of the people I work with and delivery hot meals and visiting with my elderly neighbor. I really enjoy visiting with her.

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  186. I follow Lou Lou fabrics on Facebook and Bloglovin

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  187. My husband is an essential employee and one of his clients gave him a mask.

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  188. I get the newsletter from Lou Lou Fabrics and love the bundles. Today I found the lemonade/limeade one looked fresh and inspiring.

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  189. Someone paid for my medication when I had pneumonia.

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Melissa