Tuesday, September 22, 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 Stitch Pink Fat Quarter Bundle from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number 382 . . . Congrats sewmuchtolove!!  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 a Wild West 10" Squares Pack from Wilmington Prints!!!  These basics are perfect to go with any quilt  :) 

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 have ever ridden a horse, it doesn't get more Wild West than that, right??  (I actually just rode horses a few weeks ago and hadn't before that for 20 years, my horses name was Flicka and she sure was sweet tempered with a little stubbornness.  It was so fun!!!) 

 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, September 29th, 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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146 comments:

  1. Over my lifetime, I have ridden a couple horses and a pony. I was thrown off all 3 with injuries to my dignity. I still love horses. The last horse I rode is an "Iron Horse."

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  2. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB. They also participate in the "FabShop Hop" that I enter every month.

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  3. I have only been on a horse once. I was raised in the city. I was about 10 when family friends let me join them on a farm visit. The kids took turns riding a horse. I was too scared to try. At the end of the day the oldest child let me ride with her. I loved it and was finally ready to try it by myself. Unfortunately, it was too late. That had been the last ride of the day...

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  4. I have ridden a horse before but it was way back in high school. It was bareback and his name was Bucky. Oh wait! We went for a trail ride on our honeymoon so I guess it’s only been 20 yrs or so🙂

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  5. I rode a horse twice when I was a kid when my Mom took me to her friend's house to spend the day. Her friend's daughter had a horse and she took me to ride him. That was fun. The other time was when my family went for a picnic on their friend's farm. That time was kind of scary as I did not know how to control the horse.

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  6. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook and Instagram and I get their email.

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  7. Growing up, my grandparents had a farm with horses and we'd visit every summer finding plenty of time for horse riding in open fields and trails. I also lived in an area where horse stables for hire were easily available and there were fun places to go. Great memories.

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  8. I love this blue, brown, cream collection. Yummy. And, I'm following Thousands of Bolts on Facebook.

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  9. I love brighter colors, follow them by email and facebook

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  10. I have years ago I took English riding lessons. Loved every minute of it.

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  11. I have never ridden a horse nor do I want to!!

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  12. I've been on a horse as a child, but I don't think I have ever ridden one on my own.

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  13. I follow on IG @lolly2430 and on FB.

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  14. I follow Thousands of Bolts on facebook/

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  15. I have only ridden a horse once-way back when I was a child at camp. I was sure that the horse was going to bite me (that did not happen) and so my experience was not the best.

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  16. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook.

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  17. I don't love horses and they seem to know it, but I have ridden many times. I used to take my girl scouts to a dude ranch for the weekend.
    Joybeth54@gmail.com

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  18. I have only ridden a couple times at girl scout camp as a kid. Loads of fun!

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  19. I've ridden a horse, but so long ago that I don't remember when. I did have a cowgirl outfit as a kid.

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  20. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG.

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  21. I have been on a horse twice. Once, when I was about five, and the other when I was a teenager. Both were very short rides.

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  22. Senior yr. of high school we had trail rides almost every Fri. during the fall.

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  23. I probably rode horse 45 yrs ago!! In Montana, on a friends ranch. Was fun!

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  24. I get thousand of bolts on instagram.

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  25. In the summer of my 27th year I went on a 10 day horse packing trip in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. I don't think I've been on a horse since then. My friend and I took riding lessons to prepare for the trip.

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  26. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  27. Never been on a horse but would love to give it a go

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  28. The last time I road horses was in France.
    On French class trip with my son.

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  29. I rode a horse a few times when I was a teenager (a long time ago!)

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  30. Hi, rode once! Scared to pieces! No more!!!

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  31. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB !
    Thanks for a neat Giveaway!

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  32. I love the Northcott Stonehenge Angels Above collection on Thousands of Bolts

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  33. The second (and last) time I rode a horse, it got spooked and I was thrown off. I wasn't hurt, but never had the desire to ride since.

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  34. oh but this is a wonderful bundle. actually i grew up on a farm. i rode a horse, Goldie, a Palomino all over the place, all the time. I took her into 4-H when I was old enough. Learned a lot, made a lot of friends and best of all I learned barrel racing. talk about exhilarating. I was a 70 lb little girl on this huge horse. But the wind in my hair and the speed and the idea that Goldie would do anything for me was wonderful to say the least. Going across the desert she would make sure I stayed safe. If I fell she would stop and not move until I got back on. In all reality Goldie was moms horse, but I was the one that rode her. Goldie loved mom and all five of us kids.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  35. I follow them on FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  36. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG and got some beautiful fabric from them a few weeks ago!

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  37. I have ridden a horse and it was not my finest hour. I made the guy at the ranch lead me back to the stable! However at a very early age we took our first granddaughter to a stable and have turned on her love to this day of horses. Married and hoping to have her own horse soon!

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  38. I think I found the perfect shade of aqua at the thousand bolt quilt shop! Great prices!!

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  39. I used to ride horses when I was younger. I rode at camp and was camp counselor in charge of the horses one summer at a different camp.
    I am on the Thousands of Bolts newsletter list.

    Caryn
    caspharm@yahoo.com

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  40. I have ridden a horse for scouts. Did not like it all - fell off and never got back on!

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  41. My daughter and I love to ride!

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  42. I love their shop and choices of wide back fabrics!

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  43. I haven't ridden a horse since I was a child. My cousins owned horses.

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  44. I rode horses in my younger years--both English and Western style.

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  45. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG.

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  46. I love the assortment of of wide backing fabrics.

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  47. I have rode many horses. (But not since my high school/college years)

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  48. I follow @thousandsofbolts on FB and IG

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  49. I follow Thousands if Bolts on FB and IG. Great fabric assortment.

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  50. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  51. I haven't ridden a horse in years. But as an adolescent/early teen we had a couple of different horses and I rode them some.

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  52. Once, and it was too high off the ground for me.

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  53. I have ridden horses maybe 5 times in my life. Probably won't do it again.

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  54. I have purchased fabric from Thousands of Bolts in the past and I subscribe to their newsletter.

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  55. I like that Thousands of Bolts has easy links to all one color family.

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  56. I used to ride bare back when a teenager. Not now!

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  57. I love to go to Thousands of Bolts site to see what fabrics they have together

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  58. The last time I rode a horse I was in grade school. Not admitting how long ago that was!
    Sandy A

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  59. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram

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  60. I rode a few times in junior high, but my best memory was last winter when I got to drive a pair of Clydesdale horses across a field with fresh snow. Nice that my local quilt shop is on a farm!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  61. Love that they sort by color - those fat packs look wonderful too!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  62. I don't know that I would call it riding lol , but I went to a horse riding ranch when I was about 11. I had no clue what I was doing and the horse kept stopping to eat and I couldn't make it go back on the trail.

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  63. i get the TOB's newsletter. They have great prices and a nice variety of quilt backing

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  64. I rode horses growing up and look forward to taking my grandchildren riding.

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  65. I have ordered from Thousands of bolts many times!

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  66. I think I have only ridden a horse once, about 20 years ago.

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  67. I get the TOB newsletter. Great shop!

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  68. yes i have ridden a horse years ago!

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  69. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  70. I "rode" a horse only once when I was at Girl Scout camp. That big guy took off at a run while I was just getting settled. I screamed and they finally caught up with it to get me off. That was the first and last time for me!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  71. I used to ride all the time as a kid on the farm.

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  72. Love Thousands of Bolts, follow by FB and E-mail.

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  73. I have never ridden a horse. It makes me a little afraid to even think about it. Horses are huge!

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  74. I visited Thousands of Bolts and found a really beautiful flannel Robert Kaufman's
    Fleurie.

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  75. I rode horses at my aunt’s farm when I was growing up but have only ridden once since leaving home.

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  76. I have a picture of me on a horse when I was about 4. I don’t remember. We recently moved to Texas and my daughter says, “‘y all.” We still travel soI don’t think I will be saying that any time soon. Thank you for a chance to win. (I keep waiting to see what you will be posting this Friday for the FQS quilt along).

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  77. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  78. I don't remember riding a horse, but have ridden a camel.

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  79. I haven't ridden a horse in 40+ years - but I used to love it!

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  80. I already follow ToB on FB and IG

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  81. I follow thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  82. I follow them
    on FaceBook.
    Carla from Utah

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  83. I have ridden
    horses. Not for
    nearly 40 years
    though!
    Carla from Utah

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  84. I rode a horse in Cook Forest state park. But I don't know if it actually counted as riding a horse.the horses were trained to ride the trail and we just sauntered along at a very slow pace in a group.

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  85. Following Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  86. A loooong time ago, I tried to ride a horse!

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  87. When I was about 8 years old - I bought my first horse for $0.75 from my Uncle - I was so proud to have saved all my change for her. Of course I am pretty sure my Dad probably helped but they never told me. I rode her every chance I had. Have ridden other horses throughout my life. Now, my husband and I live on a farm now for about 23 years - we have had horses most of the time. We bought our daughter one and still have her while she is in college. She has ridden her. Still ride her to keep her in shape. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  88. I have ridden a horse, never again! Let's just say it didn't go well.

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  89. Follow Thousands of Bolts on facebook and instagram. Thanks deanbren87@gmail.com

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  90. I have ridden a horse but it was MANY years ago! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  91. I love the way TOB lets you shop by color. I need blues in my stash and they make it easy — so many beautiful Anthology batiks!

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  93. I grew up riding horses and we still own one today. Sadly, our horse is getting to old to ride, but is still a part of our family.

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  94. Following on FB as of today. Shared the website with several quilting buddies. Thousands of Bolts has a great selection at reasonable prices. Donna Weeks (aka Momma Llama)

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  95. I follow Thousand Bolts via their email updates.

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  96. I grew up on a ranch in Nebraska. We farmed and raised cattle so I rode almost daily. I rodeoed through high school and went to Nationals one year. I also showed horses in horse shows for about ten years. Great memories! Love Thousands of Bolts as well!

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  97. I used to ride horses quite a lot in my much younger years. Thanks!

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  98. I love how easy it is to find the fabric you are looking for on the Thousands of Bolts website. Thanks!

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  99. Rode horses with 4-H and friends. Still have them after the kids have left and they are my pets and do a great job as lawn mowers

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  100. Pretty fabrics! Yes, I have ridden a horse many times.

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  101. Love 1000s of Bolts and order from them often. I am on their mailing list.

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  102. In my adulthood I haven't been on a horse, but as a kid did some horseback riding.

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  103. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. l have only been on a horse once that I remember

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  105. Yes, I rode a horse once ... on a field trip in the 8th grade (1967!)

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  106. I discovered Thousands of Bolts through the FabShopHop and love browsing around through their THOUSANDS of fabric choices.

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  107. My grandfather had a Tennessee Walking Horse, and riding her was a dream. So smooth.

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  108. I grew up on a ranch and have ridden horses.

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  109. I visited the 1000s of Bolts website and found a wide grunge backing fabric that may work for a quilt top I just finished.

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  110. I've ridden a horse three times. When my daughter was young, my husband and I decided o ride horses while on vacation. The horse my husband and daughter was on was very placid until he saw something on the trail to which he was not familiar. Apparently, it woke him up from his stupor, scared him and he bucked my husband and daughter off. Luckily, my husband was able to hold on to our daughter and placed her in some grass. Both were unhurt. My daughter grew up loving horses but I haven't been on one since.

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  111. I would love some of the Lava Batiks on the Thousand of Bolts website!

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  112. Yes, I was 11, in Ensenada on the beach.

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  113. I follow Thousands of nuts on Instagram.

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  114. Ooh! Love the prices on those fat packs!

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  115. I have ridden a horse just once; on a Girl Scout adventure with my daughter. That was enough!

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  116. Yes, I have rode a horse. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  117. Northcott Stonehenge Gradations Cotton Fabric SKU: BR2975 is one of my favorites. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  118. No horse riding for me
    onorman at wilkes dot net

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  119. My dad had horses off and on for many years and so yes I have ridden horses many times. He had property that bordered on the state forest so one time we did an all day trail ride through the forest. I ended up jumping off my horse when I thought I was going to slide over its head as we were going down a steep hill. It's probably been about 20 years since I have ridden a horse.

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  120. I get the Thousands of Bolts newsletter.

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  121. My husband & I live on a mini-farm, & currently own 4 horses, so Yes, I have ridden a horse! Rode yesterday with my granddaughter!

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

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  123. I rode my first horse as an elementary school student. A few years later we had our own horses. I love riding.

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  124. I get emails from Thousands of Bolts and love their extensive Stonehenge collection!

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  125. I follow thousands of bolts on Instagram

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  126. In my younger years I was a Jillaroo on a station in outback Western Australia, we rode horse very day for mustering stock and checking windmills.

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  127. Yes and never again! My horse was difficult, he stayed behind the others on the ride and then galloped to catch up! I was so scared and didn’t want to ride a horse but of course I took it for the team because someone had to accompany our young daughter on the ride.

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  128. I am receiving Thousands of Bolts via email and IG.

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  129. The only horses I had ever rode were the ones on the merry-go-rounds at the county fairs or the ones in front of stores where you put a quarter in them to ride them. I am telling my age now.

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  130. I went on a trail in the woods once outside Montreal. I was scared and excited all at once!

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  131. I've ridden a horse on the beach, in the mountains and on a ranch. It sounds like a lot but that's a grand total of 3 times!

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  132. Yes, I have ridden a horse. I wanted to take the horses to the beach, but we couldn't do that because we were afraid of the traffic on the way down, so the horses had to stay on the farm.

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  133. I rode when I was younger, but don't think my bones could take it now!

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  134. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB and IG.

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

Melissa