Tuesday, June 29, 2021

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 Pumpkins and Blossoms Jelly Roll from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number #158 . . . Congrats Rebecca!  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!!!  There are thousands of bolts to choose from and all at amazing prices, staring as low as $5.39 a yard!!!   And they have just introduced dozens and dozens of new fabrics to the inventory!!  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 Do you sleep with the covers tucked in or out??

 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, July 6th, 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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136 comments:

  1. I saw some beautiful Maywood Studio backings at a very good price in the shop!
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  2. Tucked out, bunched up, twisted, snuggled

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  3. I follow Thousands of Bolts in all media. My favorite way is their emails. Love the way the color combos are shown

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  4. I love shopping at Thousands of Bolts. My favorite thing I saw on their site was under pre-cuts, Forest Study Strip Pack Friendship Forest by Benartex. Really cute fabric for a children's or baby quilt!

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  5. When I make my bed, I tuck the covers in. But when I sleep, they are tucked out!

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  6. Following Thousands of Bolts on Instagram and Facebook

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  7. Following on Instagram and order from them often!

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  8. I don't really understand the question, but it seems others do. I guess untucked, since no one else is going to tuck me in.

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  9. I get email from Thousands of Bolts.

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  10. I like their wide 108 inch Sophia

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  11. I sleep with the covers untucked.

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  12. I sleep with my body tucked in and my arms tucked out. If it is really hot I untuck my feet and only my feet.

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  13. Covers are untucked. I toss and turn and throw the covers on and off. The bed is always a mess in the morning.

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  14. I visited and choose Maywood Studio Fresh as a Daisy. So pretty.

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  15. Hi, Covers out in summer ! Covers tucked in during Winter!
    Thanks for sharing a great Giveaway!

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  16. Always covers out, love to stick my feet out occasionally.

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  17. I have foot of bed tucked in, sides of bed untucked.

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  18. I follow Thousands of Bolts on FB and IG

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  19. I sleep with the covers tucked in! Often times by morning though, my husband has his side pulled out, boo-hoo
    Oh well, I tuck them back in when I make the bed

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  20. Tucked in at the foot of the bed only.

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  21. Definitely sleep with the covers untucked!

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  22. My covers do the hokey pokey. Covered up, uncovered, covered up, piled on husband, repeat. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  23. I follow them on IG and by e-mail.

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  24. Never tucked in and usually no covers :)

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  25. I love the wide backings in their shop! Thank yoU!

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  26. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG.

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  27. I leave the foot of the bed tucked in.

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  28. I love the wide variety of backing fabrics they carry.

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  29. Thank you for offering the giveaway. I sleep with the sheet tucked in at the bottom of the bed, quilts and other covers untucked, and, if it's cold, I sleep with the covers tucked around me as tightly as possible.

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  30. Covers out. Thanks foroffering this fun giveaway each week!

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  31. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook

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  32. Thanks for reminding me about Thousands of Bolts. I love how easy it is to search by category and then, when you get to a fabric you're interested in, I like that there's a link to see the other fabrics in that line. Thanks again for offering the giveaway.

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  33. The end of the sheets at the foot of the bed are always tucked in, but the sides are untucked. So, I guess they are a bit of both!
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  34. I follow Thousands of Bolts on IG!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  35. I visited the shop and I really like the Vintage Paisley in blue.

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  36. I tend to "run hot", so a sheet is all I need, and it has to be loose in case I have to kick it off.

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  37. I follow them on Facebook ?
    Carla from Arizona

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  38. I have the
    sheets untucked.
    Carla from Arizona

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  39. I follow Thousandd of Bolts on FB.

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  40. Always out. Can't have my feet stuck.

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  41. I follow Thousands on FB and IG.

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  42. Only the foot of my bed is tucked in- at the end. I like to have one leg out.

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  43. I like my covers tucked in at the bottom of the bed - not the sides.

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  44. I follow Thousands of bolts on facebook.

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  45. Depends on the weather if it is hot tucked out and in the cold tucked in

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  46. I like the way you can shop by color asa well as for precuts. I like Wilmington’s Magic Colors! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  47. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Facebook and get their newsletter.

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  48. sheets are definitely untucked on my side. On my husbands side they are tucked in.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  49. I follow them on FB. Thanks for hosting this give a way.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  50. I sleep with them tucked in, but my husband pulls them out every
    night.

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  51. I follow Thousands of Bolts of Facebook.

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  52. Covers untucked so that I can stick my feet out when they get hot. haha/ Thanks Melissa

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  53. I'm a facebook follower of Thousands of Bolts

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  54. I tuck covers in at the end of the bed, not the sides.

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  55. Covers untucked. Nadine rnwillis@velotech.net

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  56. Following Thousands of Bolts on facebook. Nadine rnwillis@velotech.net

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  57. untucked (your questions are the best!)

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  58. I follow on facebook and love that the fabrics are sorted by color

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  59. Being in the PNW right now, no covers allowed!

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  60. I check out 1000's of Bolts on a regular basis. I always find good deals!

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  61. Tucked in, but I can still keep my feet out if too hot!

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  62. I like using Thousands of Bolts' color page to zero right in!

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  63. Covers are untucked for sleeping.

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  64. I receive emails from Thousands of Bolts and have bought wonderful fabric from them on more than one occasion.

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  65. Tucket out! I'm a tosser and turner.

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  66. I follow Thousand of Bolts and love them!

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  67. Depends on the season. In the winter I'm a cocoon (hey, I live in Canada!) and in the summer no covers at all.
    julie.mirdoch@shaw.ca

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  68. I start the night tucked in, by the morning they are all kicked off

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  69. They are out, or even off the bed in this weather.

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  70. Untucked. Only the sheet and blanket at the end of the bed are tucked in.

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  71. I like the Grunge purple fabrics. I think I need some!

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  72. The bottom of the sheet is tucked in.

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  73. I visited Thousands of Bolts and found some nice swiss dot fabrics.

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  74. Only tucked in at the end of the bed. I recently discovered Thousands of Bolts!

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  75. I like that Thousands of Bolts is so useful when you need to find fabric of a certain color. I've used their site several times to do this.

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  76. I like this from the shop: P&B Textiles Arabesque WIDE SKU: ZMC044

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  77. Untucked, but I have to be covered.

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  78. I follow them via their newsletter. Always tempting. Thousands of bolts is no exaggeration!

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  79. untucked. i move around too much .

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  80. I am following Thousands of Bolts on IG and get their emails

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  81. I want the sheet tucked in at the bottom of the bed, but loose on the sides!

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  82. I already get Thousands of Bolts e-mail newsletters

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  83. I love all of the 108 backings that they have a Thousands of Bolts. So many choices! WOW

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  84. I’m new to Thousands of Bolts but I think I just found my dream shop

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  85. Very nice blog, Thanks for sharing great article.
    You are providing wonderful information, it is very useful to us.
    Keep posting like this informative articles.
    Thank you.

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  86. I slept with my covers tucked in.

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  87. I follow Thousand of Bolts on Facebook

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  88. tucked out!!! j-jvalentinoatcharterdotnet

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  89. Love the Moda swirls yelo203

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  90. Tucked out. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  91. Went to ToB web site for batiks. Love the collection. Still not tucking. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  92. Definitely need my covers tucked out!

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  93. I tuck the sheet in at the bottom.. Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too :) I'd LOVE THE "The Berry Best" Strip Pack

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  94. I'd LOVE THE "The Berry Best" Strip Pack :D (& several other cool thing...fun shop!!)

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  95. I suppose I am tucked in. Labrador on one side - cat on the other

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  96. Tucked? It's loosey goosey for me...OUT!!!

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  97. I follow Thousands of Bolts on Instagram.

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  98. tucked sheets, untucked blankets and quilt.

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  99. Tucked in - I hate getting tangled up in bedding!

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  100. I love the RJR Everything But the Kitchen Sink 30s prints. I'm going back to look for more 30s prints!

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

Melissa