Tuesday, June 9, 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 Shimo Layer Cake  from Green Fairy Quilts is . . .   Number # 51. . . Congrats mangozz  !!!  I have messaged you :)    

    
   
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Shabby Fabrics!!   Shabby Fabrics has an amazing selection of Fabrics and  so many cute BOM's and Clubs!!!  And don't forget, Shabby Fabrics  also has an amazing  Clearance Section, you are sure to find some amazing deals :) Super fun!!!   
  

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


You have two entry chances here on the blog, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.   Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me What is the most unusual thing you have ever eaten??

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

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, June 16th, 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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156 comments:

  1. I tried Alligator at our state fair. To me it tasted rubbery.

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  2. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB and IG.

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  3. Hmm... I have eaten Alligator tail once and snails a couple of times. I can't think of anything I would consider weirder than those.

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  4. Hmmm I'm not overly adventurous the eating department, I have had squid once.

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  5. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG

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  6. Fried bull testicles in Wyoming. I follow Shabby Fabrics on you tube.

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  7. Shark, not much tastel cork@pa.rr.com

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  8. Turtle back in the 70's--tastes like chicken if I remember correctly!

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  9. I follow Shabby on Facebook and Instagram.
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  10. I really don't eat "odd" things.

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  12. On a long vacation trip back to Australia years ago (first for my husband), we stayed in Cairns for a few days, and had a sampler platter with kangaroo, barramundi, buffalo, and a few others. Glad I tried something new, as it isn't something we'd ever normally do! Deb E / CA mdenders@msn.com

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  13. I've followed Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest for years! Thanks for the giveaway! Deb E / CA
    mdenders@msn.com

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  14. Not too adventurous. Camp soup: last day of backpacking everyone throws what they have left in one pot, add water and heat.

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  15. Love Shabby Fabrics. Follow with their catalog and Instagram

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  16. The most adventurous thing I have eaten is alligator.

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  17. I follow Shabby Fabrics on you tube.

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  18. I ate bread with ants on it. What can I ay I was a kid and I won the chicken leg by eating ants! I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pintrest.

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  19. On a vacation in Louisiana, we stopped at a local restaurant for their crawfish boil. We also tried their blackened alligator.

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  20. I've always been open to trying unfamiliar foods. Traveling to many foreign countries has made that possible. On my list to try is Rocky Mountain Oysters and a handful (no pun intended) of other things. However, I will never ever knowingly try any kind of insect. I don't care what it's covered in...not even dark chocolate will get an insect inside this mouth. Cringing and writhing at the thought of it...

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  21. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB and get their newsletter. They have "All Hallow's Eve" fabric and patterns.

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  22. Rabbit during a lunch in France. (You have the best questions)

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  24. As a high school foreign exchange student I had beef tongue in Russia. Well, not much of it was consumed.

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  25. Although I eat a variety of foods, I don't consider myself an adventurous eater. I suppose the most exciting thing I have ever eaten are the giblets from a turkey.

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  26. When I was a kid, there was a restaurant that offered exotic meats (it closed a long time ago). I had whale steak...

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  27. I love a lot of food, but don't usually veer far into the "weird" stuff! When I taught middle school, the science class always dissected squids, then they fried them up to eat. I tried it, but didn't like it. Oh, the smell!! I don't miss those days!
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  28. I am a happy follower of Shabby Fabrics on IG!
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  29. I follow them on FB, email, and IG

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  30. Escargot, yummy, alligator tail, tough, and frog legs, are some of the foods I have tried. However, I’ve also tried Rocky Mountain oysters. You just never know if you will like it unless you try it. All but escargot are a one time only for me.

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  31. I am vegetarian, but when young I did try frog legs :(

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  32. I get their newsletter and follow their blog! tks!!

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  33. I'm not really into eating off the norm, but I have tried fried squirrel, alligator, and baby octopus - and only a tiny bite of that last one!

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  34. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB, Instagram, and newsletter.

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  35. I'm a very picky eater so I'd say gator tail. It was just ok - kind of like greasy chicken. *yuck*

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  36. Years ago, hubby and I took great delight in coming up with "interesting" lunch choices just to freaj out a co-worker. None of these things are "unusual" but the combination is (and it was yummy! Evelyn thought we were crazy!) Peanut butter and sweet red peppers on rye bread.... Wish I had some rye bread now!

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  37. Thanks so much for the layer cake! I can't wait to get it! You don't need to include me in this giveaway but I had frog legs on a dare once. Tasted like chicken but I don't like the way it was served. You come up with some good questions! Do your kids help you with that?

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  38. Following FB, Instagram! Thanks!

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  39. Alligator...in New Orleans...was surprisingly delicious.

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  40. I follow Shabby fabrics on Instagram also.

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  41. I don't eat too many unusual things. I did try frog legs at a French restaurant once. My boss liked to take me places I wouldn't normally go. The menu was in French so I had to rely on her to tell me what something was. It was an interesting meal for sure!
    Sandy

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  42. I had a goat meat pizza once--it was good.

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  43. I like Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and Get their newsletter.

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  44. The most unusual thing I have eaten has been horseshoe crab which turned out not to be crab meat but was the crab eggs which turned out to be waxy and nasty tasting. Second to that would be durian.

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  46. I follow Shabby Fabrics on YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram.

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  47. Hmmm...I've had alligator, octopus & squid, snails, raccoon...just to name a few. Normally I like plain food, but when you are somewhere and get a chance to taste something 'local' I usually go for it.

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  48. I can't believe I once ate frogs' legs.

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  49. I get shabby fabrics blog and youtube.

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  50. I have eaten bulls testicles, alligator, octopus, escargot and rattlesnake

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  51. Alligator and turtle in Louisiana. Not a fan of either!

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  52. Well living in Florida has some opportunities for strange food. I think the alligator was tied with octopus for the strangest food I’ve had. Not thrilled with either.

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  53. Oh my goodness, I have eaten a LOT of unusual things since my husband and I did a lot of foreign travel as ministers. Maybe the most unusual was smoked puffin served to us on the Westman Islands of southern Iceland.

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  54. I get Shabby Fabrics email and well as checking out what is going on at Facebook. By the way, love the Decades Past quilt!

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  55. I get Shabby's newsletter and follow on YouTube and IG. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. We love to travel! I have eaten rattlesnake, turtle, alpaca steaks, guinea pig and warthog! All terribly delicious!
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  57. Dolphin...no, not the Flipper kind, but my dinner host made me believe I was trying a bite of Flipper. I was horrified! Actually it is a type of tuna...who wants to eat Flipper, right??

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  58. I have loved Shabby since I learned how to machine applique. Talk about hooked! I wish they would do more BOM like Imagine and Count on It by Nancy Halvorsen. Those were super fun!

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  59. I've not eaten too many exotic things, ostrich steak comes to mind...

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  60. Frog legs has been as far as I will go to eating something unusual.

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  63. Frogs legs comes to mind, and of course escargot, or as we Americans like to call them, snails!

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    1. I went to a buffet which offered frogs legs. My son ate several of them, but I just couldn't bring myself to try them. haha. I would not want to try escargot either. I guess I'm just not brave enough.

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  64. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB!

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  65. CONGRATULATIONS to Mangozz!!!

    The most unusual thing I have every eaten.... you mean, intentionally? LOL
    just kidding.
    Totally at the top of the list, my neighbors had a birthday party for their daughter, The cake was a sheet cake and looked amazing. Like vanilla sheet cake with lots of vanilla frosting.
    Well, I was so excited when it was cake time.
    The cake tasted NOTHING like what we eat here in the US (SUGAR) this cake had no taste at all. There was no sugar in the cake I guess. It was so very odd. It was the first time I did not ask for seconds on cake

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  66. I love Shabby Fabrics and have made many very good purchases though them. They have a vast collection.
    I get their email newsletters and updates

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  67. I have not eaten anything unusual as I am so fussy - only eat what I like.

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  68. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email.

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  69. I had guinea pig in Peru on vacation.

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  70. Following Shabby Fabrics on IG. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. I ate goat in Haiti. That’s about as exotic as I get. :-)

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  72. The most unusual thing I've ever eaten is pig's feet in Singapore.

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    1. I grew up on pickled pig's feet, so not unusual for me. I loved them, but sadly haven't had any in years.

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  73. I follow Shabby Fabric on IG and I get their newsletter.

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  74. Many years ago when my husband was in grad school, we lived in Louisiana, & they ate some really unusual things there! It was so long ago I can't remember specifics, but I know I tried some really unusual things!

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  75. I love Shabby Fabrics! I keep up with them many ways!

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  76. It's probably not that unusual, but on our vacation in February I had triggerfish.

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  77. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG.

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  78. I follow Shabby Fabric on Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and newsletter,

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  79. I grew up on pickled pigs feet which some people might consider unusual. Unusual for me I would have to say the time I tried alligator and the time I tried octopus. I've also eaten beefalo, squirrel, and rabbit.

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  80. I Have had squirrel, rabbit & quail too.. & when I lived in Arizona... had bear (waaaay chewy..blah) lol

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  81. I follow Shabby Fabric on YouTube, Pinterest, and get their Newsletter

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  82. Alligator, and I had a mild allergic reaction.

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  83. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram.

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  84. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest.

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  85. Can't really think of anything unusual that I've eaten.

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  86. I am a meat and potatoes type and don't like anything too unusual but when I was a kid I used to put cool whip on cereal. My husband thinks it is super weird but it is just cream so I don't think its odd.

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  87. Probably Rabbit.
    I follow on Instagram.thecabbageleaf@yahoo.com

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  88. I visited the shop and the Liberty Star fabric by Kim Diehl is real pretty!

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  89. I'm not very daring, but I would have to say bear meat.

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  90. I follow Shabby Fabrics by newsletter and on YouTube!

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  91. Over 50 years ago, I had a buffalo burger which was unusual then.

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  92. I check out Shabby Fabrics often. Not sure if I get news letter or not.

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  93. I don't eat meat but I have eaten a lot of strange fruits and vegetables that I can't pronounce.

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  94. I follow Shabby by E-mail and BL.

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  95. I have eaten Escargot - from a restaurant menu - and homemade by a staff member. Both were delicious, after I got over the 'snail' part, but not sure if I could again :)!

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  96. I follow Shabby Fabrics through their Blog and Instagram!

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  97. I have tasted bear meat years ago... I’m not very adventurous in this department though!

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  98. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email, IG, and FB. Wonderful and generous prize! Love their fabric selections!

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  99. I ate buffalo meat - interesting flavor!

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  100. I love the Christmas shop - I've never seen so many patterns and fabrics! :-)

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  101. I come from a long line of hunters. Snapping turtle - probably has to be one of my favorites. I have eaten a lot of things - some as a child probably had no clue what it was. deanbren87@gmail.com

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  102. I follow Shabby Fabrics - Facebook, instagram, pinterest, emails, you tube. thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  103. I'm not a hunter or from a hunting family, so all wild game is exotic to me. I went to a wild game sampler evening and tasted bear.

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  104. I follow Shabby Fabrics already and love their products. I just completed a 12 month Wool Mat of the Month program. Love them all!

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  105. I tried blood sausage in Ireland. It really wasn't too bad,after I got over the name.

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  106. I follow Shabby Fabrics by receiving their newsLetter and on Facebook

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  107. Raw conch - we went to Bahamas on a cruise and we couldn't see the fish because of the storms coming in, but they brought up a conch and took the meat out and we all tried it!!

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  108. I check them out each month when I do the FabShopHop! Also, they have some amazing lazer cut kits -- so beautiful!

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  109. I ordered frog legs once, but when they came I just couldn't do it, I got sick from the smell!

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  110. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest.

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  111. Squirrel, frog legs, caviar...

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

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  113. I'm not very adventurous in what I eat - the most unusual thing I've tried is a buffaolo burger.

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  114. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook! Love them and visit their site often.

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  115. Rattlesnake! It taste like chicken!
    yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

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  116. I follow Shabby Fabrics by email and Facebook.
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  117. I've eaten fried pork intestines - a nice crunch but no distinctive taste. Thanks for the giveaway Melissa and Shabby Fabrics!

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  118. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook. Thanks again!

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  119. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB. trotskyn@att.net

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  120. I've eaten escargot. Not bad. Not good! trotskyn@att.net

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  121. Probably the escargot I tried once on a cruise. Never again.

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  122. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and Instagram.

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  123. I think one time I tasted squid. I don't think that was a good memory!! ha

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  124. Not too adventurous, as a kid I ate beef brains and tongue. Yuk.
    Had a buffalo burger. I'm plain Jane now.

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  125. Don't eat unusual food but did try frog legs once........and only once.

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  126. I get Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  127. Most unusual thing I've eaten was chocolate covered bumble bees.

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

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  129. I am very picky about what I eat and can not think of anything that is really weird that I have eaten.

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  130. Ummm.... I'm super picky and so I can't say I've really tried anything adventurous. I do have done favorite combos though... like brie, fresh pineapple and baguettes.... the kind of things I'd indulge in when it was just me for dinner. :)

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  131. Raw oysters are the most adventurous food I've tried.

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  132. I'm a very adventurous eater so I've tried a lot of unusual things. Probably the most unusual thing I've tried was fried grasshoppers, which were actually quite good!

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  133. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest and IG

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  134. When we were in China we ate Sea Cucumbers. Chewed like pencil erasers.

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  135. I get the newsletter from Shabby Fabrics.

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  136. I'm not an adventurous eater so I haven't eaten any weird or unusual things.

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  137. I have not eaten many weird things, so I will say chocolate with chiles. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  138. I love Shabby Fabrics, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  139. I subscribe to the Shabby Fabrics YouTube channel.

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  140. Honestly I don't know that I've eaten anything I would call unusual. When I was a kid I would eat liver and onions and I wouldn't touch it now, so maybe that's unusual.

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  141. Saw this beauty in the shop:Sun Print 2020 27 Fat Eighth Set by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics

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

Melissa