Tuesday, May 5, 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 Bloomington Jelly Roll from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number #52 . . . Congrats Kathryn!!!  I have messaged you :)    

   

And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by  Thousands of Bolts .   Thousands of Bolts has incredible prices that will have you super excited!!!  And yes they are open and working hard to get out orders during this crazy time :)    And right now, you will find incredible bargains shopping in the Thousands of Bolts Sale Section where they just added 400 fabrics!!!      Be sure to check it out :)


And for Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway,  Thousands of Bolts is giving one lucky winner at $25.00 Gift Certificate!!!  You can get just what you always wanted :)   And good luck picking because there are literally thousands of bolts to choose from!!!!   


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 could paint a picture of any scenery you've seen before what would you paint??   (I introduced the kids to Bob Ross yesterday, they were mesmerized!!) 

 ENTRY 2 - Lets show Thousands of Bolts some Love!!!!   You can follow them on   Facebook or Instagram.  Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Thousand of Bolts Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, May 12th, 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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157 comments:

  1. I would definitely paint Mt. Rainier! It's so beautiful, and I wish I had taken my kids there when they were younger. It's just so far from us!
    My 13 yr old granddaughter loves Bob Ross! Her mom had Bob Ross cookies made for her birthday, and they were so neat!

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  2. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB.

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  3. I love Thousands of Bolts price on wide backings! I also now follow them on fb! Thank you :-)

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  4. I have a favorite photo of me taken from about 12,000 ft. on Mt Rainier - climbing with full pack to the summit. It's sunset and all the snow on the mountain and surrounds is pink.

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  5. I'm a big Thousands of Bolts fan and have purchased many backings from them. The wishlist feature is great!

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  6. I would paint the Montauk Lighthouse at the end of Long Island in NY. I grew up near there. The Building of the lighthouse was commissioned in the 1700s by George Washington. It was built in a matter of months,amazingly.

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  7. There are some beautiful scenic areas at Pukaskwa National Park of rock faces along Lake Superior that I would love to paint.

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  8. I follow Thousands of Bolts (and only one nut! Lol) via email, and FB.

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  9. Texas wildflowers are the best scenery. I belong among the wildflowers, if I belong anywhere.

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  10. I would definitely want to paint Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ ~ what an amazing place!

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  11. The Badlands in South Dakota.

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  12. I follow Thousands of Bolts through their email posts. What a great place to shop!

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  13. I'm on Thousands of Bolts' email list.

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  14. I would paint the Rockie Mountains. Just beautiful

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  15. I just signed up for Thousands of Bolt's email list.

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  16. I would paint a beach scene, maybe a San Diego beach.

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  17. I have been looking through the wide backs on the website. Great price and huge selection!

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  18. I am always entranced by the beautiful hillsides near me that glow with orange poppies and lupine this time of year. I am tempted to reproduce them in various forms from painting to quilting to watercolors.

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  19. I like the quilt backs in green that I found on the website!

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  20. Any of the landscapes in New Zealand are very paint worthy... I was lucky enough to visit a few months ago and everything was insanely beautiful.

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  21. I would paint mountains 🏔

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  22. It has to be the woods, with a brook, and sunlight filtering through the tall trees.

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  23. I would (if I could paint) paint pictures of the rolling farmlands in the midwest. Love these beautiful rolling fields.

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  24. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB

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  25. I follow Thousands of Bolts on facebook.

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  26. I would paint Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ. It took my breath away with the color changes.

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  27. Dunvegan Castle on Isle of Skye, Scotland

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  28. I would paint a picture of Mt Whitney with my husband and son at the peak.

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  29. Liked & following on Facebook, following on instagram

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  30. I would paint the ocean and the pier, at the beach where I grew up.

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  31. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram, where I can be found as @wordygirl11.

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  32. Can't decide between my beloved red rocks here in Sedona, or the views at Glacier National Park!
    joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  33. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram also.

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  34. I would paint the ocean. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  35. I would paint the picture of my 4yr old grandson walking along the waters edge at dusk.
    Cindy

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  36. I would paint a ranch scene with a windmill and cattle.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  37. I'd paint a sunset mountain scene. Enjoy your day. Stay healthy.🌻🌞🥀🎵

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  38. I visited the shop and saw some beautiful batiks from Princess Mirah!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  39. I get emails from Thousands of Bolts. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  40. I would paint a picture of the river - always loved this one that I had taken of my Husband teaching our 2 children to fish. Would paint that one. Thanks. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  41. I follow Thousands of Bolts on instagram and facebook. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  42. One of the beautiful waterfalls in Alaska.

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  43. I would paint a lake scene at sunset with happy little trees reflected on the water!

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  44. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  45. I follow Thousands of Bolts...love their organized by color website!

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  46. The desert at sunset with mountains in the background & some cactus in foreground.

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  47. I have subscribed to Thousands of Bolts for sometimes via email. As to choosing a favorite produce? It would be easier to choose what I didn't like. I have to exercise firm control when I going shopping at their site or I would go bankrupt.

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  48. Oh my, there are too many to choose from. Hmm...it would include mountains and a lake and or waterfall.

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  49. I love all the solids and how they show them in gradients.

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  50. Following Thousands of Bolts

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  51. I would paint the Grand canyon, at sunset, no less!

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  52. I would like to paint the scenery from trips to places I won't be returning to in the future.

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  53. I visited Thousands of bolts...as you say good luck choosing from the thousands of choices, but there are some lovely fabrics.

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  54. I would paint the beach and ocean in Del Mar California. It is the most beautiful place I have ever been.

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  55. Reflection of trees on Strahl Lake in Brown County State Park IN.

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  56. I visited TOB website and all those blue fabrics have peaked my interest. I don't have much in the way of dark blues in my stash and they have some that would be great to have in my stash!

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  57. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram

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  58. I would paint the fish ponds at Smith's Trout Farm outside of Calistoga, Ca. A gorgeous, peaceful place!

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  59. I would paint a picture of my grandma's farm.

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  60. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG.

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  61. I would love to paint the old Church my ggrandparents were married in. It is in Denmark!

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  62. I really love their selection of wide fabrics for quilt backs! Especially this one Wilmington Prints
    Dotty Waves WIDE

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  63. I would paint a picture of tulip fields.

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  64. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB.

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  65. I am an IG follower of Thousands of Bolts...they need to update their posts....they have posted since February!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  66. I have always loved visiting the south rim of the Grand Canyon, so I would love to paint a scene from there!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  67. I would paint a beautiful sunset

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  68. I already get e-mail newsletters from Thousands of Bolts

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  69. I would paint a beautiful rainbow in the mountains.

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  70. Following Thousands of Bolts on Facebook.

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  71. I would paint Lake Tahoe in Nevada, so beautiful in the winter

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  72. Visited their shop, they have a great selection of Moda

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  73. Maybe something I saw at Acadia National Park. Breathtaking views!

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  74. Wow favorite scenery for me would be all the Humming birds eating at once in Tuscon, Ariz. So many I saw 13 species at the same time. What a treat.

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  75. I love Thousands of Bolts, follow by Email and FB.

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  76. I’ve shopped with Thousands of Bolts for years but didn’t know they had a Facebook page. I’m following them now.

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  77. I would paint a cabin and pond picture. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  78. I like and follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook, and more. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  79. I would paint the scene that was outside my bedroom window when I was a kid. It looked out on the town with the town clock to the right and the railroad tracks to the left.

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  80. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  81. A farmhouse with a meadow.
    thecabbageleaf@yahoo.com

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  82. I would paint my dock and the bay at sunset it is stunning.

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  83. Some of the sunsets either on water, or land that we've seen while traveling.

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  84. I'm amazed at all the whites that they have! So pretty!

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  85. If I could paint (and I can't) I would paint the view from my living room at the lake. It is stunningly beautiful - especially at sunrise. Thanks!

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  86. A scene from Iowa in the Fall-beautiful colors & farmers working in their fields-love seeing that every year

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  87. I would do a picture of my grandparents' farm from the hilltops looking down at sunset. One of my favorite scenes now that they have both passed away.

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  88. I love their huge selection of quilt backing and I love the awesome prices. Thanks!

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  89. beaches and sunsets make wonderful pictures, if only I could..

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  90. I would paint a picture of a beautiful sunset.

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  91. I would paint a lighthouse that we saw in Portland, Maine. It was beautiful. We love watching Bob Ross, too. He was very talented.

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  92. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook

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  93. I would probably paint some of the ruins in Mayapan Mexico. I have already painted beach scenes and mountains and waterfalls.

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  94. If I could paint any scene, it would have to be of a beautiful morning on Gun Lake in Michigan. My Dad's family always vacationed there when they were little, and he and his brothers carried on the tradition when all my cousin's and I were little. It was the highlight of the year for us! My dad would take me in the boat to my favorite place: "Turtle Rock," a place where all the turtles would gather to warm in the sun. 🐢🐢🐢 mgeward@aol.com

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  95. I visited Thousands of Bolts website, this is the first I've heard of them. I love their web layout and that you can search by color, even peach! Mgeward@aol.com

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  96. I'd paint a sweeping landscape of Sonoran Desert. Thank you!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. Following Thousands of Bolts on Instagram. Thank you for your sponsorship...so appreciate you.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  98. I would paint a pic of the mountains and deserts of Arizona, with the cactus in bloom of course!

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  99. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG.

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  100. I would love to paint any scene from one of the scenic overlooks on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Those views are stunning!

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  101. I love the way all their fabrics are sorted into colors. I got lost in the blues and the pinks. Two of my favorites right now. I should go look at purples too. Short on those in my stash.

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  102. I've seen some amazing scenery, but I think it would be the waves of Lake Huron crashing up on the rock strewn beach at Kettle Point!

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  103. I have NO talent for painting/drawing but would love to be able to paint some of the beautiful blooms bursting forth right now.

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  104. We took a three week trip two years ago through 10 National Parks. There were hundreds of great views and I'd paint any one of them if I could! I did really enjoy Bryce Canyon, so maybe a painting from there would be good.

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  105. Thousands has a great website and I will keep them in mind now!

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  106. If I could paint, I would paint a picture of our farm when I would sit against my cow (shorthorn). She would lay on the ground and I would lean against her reading a book.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  107. Ohh they have some fabulous fabrics to see. What an eye candy place to be. I especially love purple and this is just too good to pass up: Wilmington Prints Essentials Bubble Up
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  108. If I could actually paint, : ) - I'd paint a picture of the forest in the Dandenongs in Victoria, Australia, with the deep blue sky above. It's one of the many absolutely gorgeous places in Australia I remember so well from many years ago. Your comment about Bob Ross made me smile - our 12 year old grandson wears shirts with his image, he thinks he's very cool! Deb E / CA mdenders at msn dot com

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  109. Love that the fabrics are clearly separated by colors & types, and they have an amazing amount of backings available. Deb E / CA mdenders at msn dot com

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  110. I would paint the view of looking up through a blooming cherry tree to a blue sky.

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  111. I like Viva Terra from the Thousand Bolts website.

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  112. I wish I were talented enough to paint the gorgeous scenery I have seen in National Parks like Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon, and Acadia.

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  113. I have bought fabric from Thousands of Bolts many times and I just love their selection and prices. Today I saw a fun orange print with dots: Quilting Treasures
    Moxie

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  114. I would paint the view from the deck at my late father's cabin at Clearlake, CA. It is such a wonderful memory.

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  115. Of course I went straight to the purple fabrics and found "Northcott
    Artisan Spirit Imagine". That is my favorite!!!

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  116. Old barn in a field with a rusty old truck next to it

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  117. I follow Thousand Bolts on IG and I get their emails

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  119. Summer sunset over a dark lake

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  120. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook

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  121. A fall scene with all red, orange and yellow leaves on the trees.

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  122. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram & Facebook

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  123. I would paint a blufftop view of the Mississippi river. Thanks for the fun Melissa and Thousands of Bolts!

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  124. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  125. The view from I15 looking on the cliffs of Zion. Love that view. Thanks.

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  126. Bob Ross made it looks so easy I loved watching him paint. If I could paint a picture of any scenery it would be a picture of the beautiful green alps in Switzerland in the Bernese Oberland area. They are totally breathtaking.

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  127. I like Anthology fabrics Lava batiks.

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  128. If I could paint anything but a wall, I'd like to paint a hillside of Bluebonnets and other wildflowers that are blooming in March/April in Texas.

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  129. I discovered Thousands of Bolts through the FabShop Hop. I love the huge selection of wide quilt back fabric.

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  130. I follow thousands of bolts on Instagram.

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  131. I would like to be able to paint a portion of the road on the drive from Castle Rock to Mount Saint Helens in WA. There's a part of the road along there that is absolutely straight. And it changes spectacularly with every season. That was the first thought that came to mind when I read that question and I haven't thought about that area in years. Not even sure if it's still there since the mountain erupted.

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  132. I would like to paint an open field, with a barn, walking lane, grass, and sky.

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  133. I'd paint the city of Bayfield, Wisconsin as seen from the Madeline Island ferry on Lake Superior (in the fall).

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  134. If I could paint, which I can't, I'd paint my backyard view. We have a 4-acre pond, and the view at the other side reminds me of a southeast-Louisiana swamp, where we used to live. Now we live in north Louisiana, so this view I love!

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  135. I follow Thousands of Bolts by frequently visiting their website. I love how they organize their fabric by color!

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  136. I follow them on FB and IG

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  137. Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach at the Oregon Coast.

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  138. I would choose anything in the purple category -- my favorite color~

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  139. I'd paint a picture of the beautiful sunsets we have over the lake at our cottage.

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  140. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook & Instagramm

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  141. I would paint the redwood and sequoia forests of southern Oregon.
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  142. I love this fabric at Thousand's of Bolts: Wilmington Prints Butterfly Haven SKU: BLUE2321
    bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  143. I would paint a picnic scene at the lake.

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  144. I visited Thousand of Bolts website and I couldn't pick one item, but I like their search feature.

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  145. I would try to paint the grand canyon, a true wonder of the world!!

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

Melissa