Tuesday, June 16, 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 $30.00 Gift Certificate  from  Shabby Fabrics is . . .   Number #149 . . . Congrats   Rhonda Best!!!  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 . . . a Lou Lou Bundle is 8 fat quarters curated by Jamie and they are always gorgeous!   And there are a lot of great sales to be shopped!!! 



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some shopping goodness!!  Lou Lou's Fabric Shop is offering one lucky reader a $25.00 Gift Certificate perfect to use on anything in the store, including the awesome Lou Lou Bundle pictured above!!  Just perfect!!!!



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 who is your hero?

 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, June 23rd 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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123 comments:

  1. Been following LouLou’s for a long time on FB, maybe instagram, too. I’ll have to look. Have bought several custom bundles from her. Love them!

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  2. Howdy! My cousin Cindy is my hero.

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  3. Oh I have so many. I'll go with my husband 🙂

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  4. I follow Lou Lou's on FB and Instagram.

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  5. My big brother is my hero, the best brother/dad/grandpa.

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  6. Good cops are my heroes. They take so much abuse from bad people, I don't know how they do it. And there are a lot of good cops out there...

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  7. Christmas Figs II bundle caught my eye...love the Christmas fabrics at Lou Lou's.

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  8. I'm following LouLou's on FB, IG, and Twitter

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

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  10. My Aunt Orlean that passed away several years ago is my hero. She always made sure my brothers and I had anything we needed if my mom and dad were having a hard time. She would send presents in the mail, and I can still remember how excited I'd get. She was a jewel.

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  11. My hero is my mother who eight children and her strong faith saw her through so many trials.

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  12. I love LouLou's! I get their newsletter and follow them on IG.

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  13. My sister-in-law - a nurse who travels to work in a hospital in California. She worked hard to become a nurse and even harder as a nurse. She is smart, caring and we are lucky and happy to have her in our family.

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  14. My mother will always be my hero and my best friend.

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  15. My hero is my mom who was widowed at a young age and raised her children with honor and dignity,

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  16. My mom, 97 yrs. young and fighting Covid 19 virus is my hero.

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    1. I'll be remembering your mom in my prayers tonight. She must be a fighter, to have made it to 97.

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  17. my daughter - she's been through a lot

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  18. My hero is my 91 year old mother. She was a farm/ranch wife, taught school for 30+ years, put hot meals (breakfast and dinner during the school year and 3 meals in summer) on the table every day, and always had a clean house. She also did a lot of canning and freezing of vegetables from my grandmother's garden, which would usually be ready about the time school started. I thought it was normal at the time, but now I have no idea how she did it all.

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  19. I like the Homestead Life fat quarter bundle on the website. It reminds me of my childhood.

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  20. I follow LouLou's on Instagram@carollovestoquilt
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  21. My hero was my mom. Alcoholic hubby, daughter with cerebral palsy, and me with muscular dystrophy. Need I go on....
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  22. My dad was always my hero, he worked hard to always make sure we had everything we needed, and sometimes that meant working a lot of hours. He taught me so much and I miss him dearly!!!

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  23. My daddy. All my life. He lived in Rotterdam Holland. grew up very poor
    He got up one morning and went to school He loved school.
    When he got there, there was a nazi soldier standing outside of his school and told him there was no more school.
    My dad went home and got some jobs at food stores to deliver goods, and also did the accounting for a company. He did this to help feed his family
    Then he was taken up in a razzia by the Nazis and taken as a POW. They make him work with a bunch of other POWs in a camp in northern Germany.
    Anyway, he has a lot of amazing and some tragic stories. He is brilliant and wonderful. He is 97

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    1. Wow, those are incredible stories. I hope you have written them down--they are family history and world history, all the more meaningful because they were experienced by your own father.

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  24. I follow LouLou's all over town. I love her shop

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  25. I follow Lou Lou's Fabric Shop on pinterest

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  26. My maternal grandmother was my hero. She had a hard life, but she was the sweetest, kindest, most generous, most patient and understanding person ever. And she never complained.

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  27. I follow Lou Lou's by e-mail.

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  28. Each person who gets up every morning and lives with integrity and compassion is my hero.

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  29. My hero is my aunt who practically raised us when we were young and always loved and supported us growing up.

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  30. I follow Lou Lou's on facebook.

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  31. My mom was my hero! She taught me so much about the things I love!

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  32. I follow LouLou's everywhere!

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  33. I would have to say that my mother-in-law was my hero. She had a heart of gold. She always saw the good in everyone. She was a true angel.

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  34. I have purchased fabric from LouLou's several times. Love their shop and browse their online shop daily.

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  35. My Grandma Shaw is my hero. She was a humble, hardworking person who personified a Christian life. If she read this she would be shocked--she would say she wasn't a hero, just an ordinary person doing what everyone does. I try every day to be as good as she was, and every day leaves me striving to live up to her example.

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  36. LouLou's is a fantastic shop! I recently placed an order and was thrilled at how quickly it was filled and at the excellent quality of the fabric. I follow them on Instagram.

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  37. My hero is anyone who decides on a life path and follows that path even when they encounter ruts/obstacles in the path.

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  38. My sister is one of my heroes. She has overcome a lot in order to have the beautiful family she has.

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

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  40. My all-time best, favorite hero is my hubby.❤
    -Jean
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  41. My husband. He was a retired police officer.

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  42. I love Frida Kahlo -she was never afraid to be herself.
    joybeth54@gmail.com
    Joyce Bethune

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  43. My cat! She keeps holding my attention...especially in Quarantine!!!

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  44. I follow Loulou's on Instagram also.

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  45. My hero is my nephew. He fought in this present role to keep us safe.

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  46. I follow Loulou fabrics on bloglovin

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  47. Following LL on IG. golddust At kpunet. net

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  48. My son is my hero. He is the live in home "mother" to several mentally/physically challenged young men. It is a very hard job, especially during this covid time. Low pay, long hours. God has put him there for a reason.

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  49. I love Lou Lou's red fat quarters pictured above!

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  50. I don't have any heroes in my life. But I do have three women about a decade older than me that I realized in the past few months have been mentors for me during different times of my life. They showed me by example how to care for myself, care for my family, care for others around me, care for my community, my nation, my world.

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  51. My mom is my hero. A retired RN, she has dedicated her life to others, not only her family but her local community.

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  52. My daddy was my hero. I miss him bunches!

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  53. LouLou is new to me but I've bookmarked their website in my fabric shopping favorites now and liked them on Facebook

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  54. My Mom is/was my hero. She was always there for me. We had started shopping for quilt stuff together and just having fun when she got sick. I miss her so much and I try to make her proud of the woman I have become every day.

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  55. I would have to say my hubby is my hero, he is almost always willing to do the honey do list!

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  56. I like the Lou Lou Summer Sunset bundle in the shop!

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  57. my mother, not sure how she raised 8 children but never raised her voice. I have got a lot to learn yet from her!

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  58. My hero is my best friend. She has been through a lot, but is very strong. She amazes me with all that she does!

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  59. I already get Lou Lou's e-mail newsletters

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  60. It was my Grandmother. She has been dead 40 years but she was amazing. That "Can Do Spirit." No sit around feeling sorry for yourself. She just worked hard and made do. Tough as nails and I loved her dearly.

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  61. My hero is my dad. He died two years ago, but he is still an influence on me.

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  62. I follow Lou Lou's on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  63. My hero - I have 3. My kids. Each of them have done far better than I ever could have done with life and I am so proud of them!

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  64. I love the collection of bundles!

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  65. i follow Lou Lous on Instagram

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  66. I follow by email. I love those bundles!

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  67. My mother's Aunt Josie is my hero--she was a lady ahead of her time!

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  68. My hero right now is Dr. Bonnie Henry, our provincial chief medical officer.She is on tv daily, handing out advise & encouragement re Covid 19, patiently & serenely answering all the questions that are asked by reporters.

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  69. My heroes are a couple who through their lives showed me how to live life with laughter and love. I’m not as good as it yet as they are, but with God’s help I’m getting better.

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  70. Loving the Canning Day bundle by Corey Yoder. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. My friend Anna is my hero - she's a single mom, raising 3 kids, fighting a nasty disease and is unable to work one of her 3 jobs due to the virus - yet she always has a smile on her face and a bright outlook!

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  72. My hero is my oldest daughter Kathy. She has fought three bouts with Non-Hodgkins Lymphomia and never complained. she is a talented decorator and always worked as much as she could and is still a very busy worker. She is the first person in our large family to step in and take care of others. A real hero in my eyes.

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  73. My Parents are my heroes--So appreciate all they did for me and taught me!!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  74. I follow Lou Lou's on Pinterest.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  75. I follow Lou Lou's on Instagram.

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  76. I follow LouLou's on Bloglovin

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  77. My husband is my hero - he cooks dinner!

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  78. My hero is my grandmother. She did quite a job keeping the farm going.

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  79. My late husband. We always said he was grumpy cat on the outside and marshmallow fluff on the inside.

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  80. My mother is my hero. She raised 6 children and had a husband with Asperger. And I never heard her say a bad word about anyone! A woman who served all of her life!!

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    1. That's awesome! What a blessing she must be to all who know her.

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  81. My hero would be my mom who has shown such grace and determination living as a paraplegic for 25 years now.

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  82. I love Lou Lous and place many orders through them.

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  83. My mother was always my hero. She passed away this past October.

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  84. I follow Lou Lous on Facebook. I love her bundles.

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  85. I love Lou Lous! I think I own the bundle in the picture. I love her fabric bundles.

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  86. My hubby is my hero. He has been so kind through 2 different cancer treatments.

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  87. My husband of almost-37 years is my hero. He's saved me from so many disasters and always shows strength, courage, and integrity. He's taught me so much!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  88. I follow LouLou's on IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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

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  90. My mother is my hero, as is my father. They were always there when anyone needed them, whether they just needed a ride somewhere, or they needed a place to stay, they provided. And they never worried about where the money would come from that they used to help others. They knew that the Lord would always provide, and He did. Our door was always open, so much that people knew they could just walk in without even having to knock on the door. Mom passed away in 2002 and Dad passed away in 1998. I miss them both so much.

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  91. My daughter is my hero. She is raising 2 girls and teaching them to be strong and independent and to respect all others as equal human beings

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  92. Wow to pick just one hero is pretty tough, but I'm going to go with my Mom. She's always been my rock, always there to listen, to hug, to cry with me, to encourage and pick me back up, to shop with and be not only my Mom, but my friend. She is the glue that holds our family together.
    ctopp(at)richhill(dot)k12(dot)mo (dot)us

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  93. I follow them on Pinterest as I don't have FB or Instagram.

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  94. Who is my hero? My grandmother! She was a quilter, a farmer, a business owner, a great cook, and an inspiration in her charity work. Sandy at sewhigh.blogspot.com

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  95. During the covid crisis I have come to see healthcare workers and others who assumed personal risk to provide essential services as heroes. I admire those who have done and are doing that. Thanks to all who have gone above and beyond!

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  96. I think the Farm Charm Quilt Pattern by Gingiber is super cute!

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  97. My Mom was always my hero. Miss her terribly.

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

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  99. I follow Lou Lou's on FB and instagram

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

Melissa