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Monday, July 18, 2016

July Fabric Deals and Giveaways!

It's the middle of another month, and that means it's time for my monthly roundup of the coolest news and fabric deals to help you beat the sweltering summer heat.  This post contains two amazing giveaways, so read on, friends!

Kicking off this month's post is Five Monkey Fabrics with the first of the fantastic giveaways of the day.  Five Monkey Fabrics is my favorite place for basics like polkadots and chevrons, but I would be remiss if I didn't also point out their great prices on yardage, and direct you to their awesome clearance section too!


Five Monkey Fabrics is giving away a half yard bundle of these rainbow polkadot fabrics- so cute, and perfect for stash building!


Five Monkey Fabrics



Five Monkey Fabrics also offers free shipping on orders over $50 with the code FREESHIP at checkout!





Up next is Fort Worth Fabric Studio, where so many new holiday collections have arrived lately, I can almost smell the pine needles and see the twinkling lights!

Fort Worth Fabric Studio stocks so many great holiday collections (these are just a few) that there is a dedicated section of the shop for them, called their Holiday House.  so, if you want to mix fabrics from different collections, you don't need to search the whole site.  They're all right there for you!

            Fort Worth Fabric Studio


If you're looking for bundles of an entire collection, Lady Belle Fabric has you covered!  They have so many beautiful bundles at great prices.  Right now (among many other things), this Joel Dewberry Flora bundle is on sale for a ridiculously low price.

I have used these fabrics before, but I didn't get to keep the quilts, so I'm seriously considering buying more of them for myself!


Lady Belle Fabric



Right now, Lady Belle Fabric is offering free shipping on US orders with the code freeship.  With so many beautiful fabrics at such great prices, that's hard to pass up!





Shabby Fabrics is another great place to build up your stash.  Their Seventh Heaven bundles are the perfect way to add to a color that you are lacking.

There are 25 different gorgeous color ways from which to choose!  This is just a sampling of a few of my favorites.


            Shabby Fabrics



Though my next shop is not a purveyor of beautiful fabrics, I love them just as much, because they make it possible to add a professional touch to each and every quilt, pillow, and mini I make.  I am referring of course, to my beautiful ribbon labels from Finer Ribbon!

I purchased my labels almost exactly a year ago, and I have not regretted that decision for one second.  The labels are soft, fully washable, and the printing is vibrant and rich.  Best of all, Finer Ribbon's customer service is top notch.

     

My labels can be found HERE.  They are 2.25" wide, and printed from side to side (not running the length of the ribbon).  The spool contains 1000 labels, which means that they are less than ten cents each!  I know that it will take me years to use all of them, and that's an amazing deal.  They can be designed with a logo if you have one, or with just a loving message.

I fold and sew the label right into the binding, and the laundering instructions are on the back side.  So, if you're looking to add a professional touch to your quilts, pillows, or garments, I highly recommend checking out Finer Ribbon!

                      FinerRibbon


Lots is happening at LouLou's Fabric Shop!  There are lots of newer arrivals, including Bonnie and Camille's Handmade, and several collections are due any day, like Juniper Berries, Bumble Berries, and Lullaby.

but right now I am drooling over all of the pretties in their sale section!  I love the happy, summery colors of the Gooseberry collection by Lella Boutique, but LouLou's has just dropped the prices on lots of favorites, like Woodland Spring, First Crush, Dot Dot Dash, Sweetness, and SO many more!

Another cool thing about LouLou's, is that you can pay in installments on their preorder items.  I know that sometimes those large, full-collection bundles can be tough to budget, so this helps this shop stand out!


LouLou’s Fabric Shop               


LouLou's is offering 10% off of your entire order with the code quiltinfatuation, good through Friday, July 22nd.  Don't miss out!

Finishing out today's roundup is Fat Quarter Shop.  If you aren't following FQS' blog, the Jolly Jabber, you are missing out!  Each month, the Jolly Jabber highlights four monthly deals that are out of this world!  They choose a basic, a book, at pattern, and a notion, and offer 20% off of those items for the entire month!  This month's picks are awesome!

The basics of the month are Cotton and Steel's Lawn solids, and this cheerful Aurifil thread box is the notion of the month!
            

Fat Quarter Shop



Fat Quarter Shop is also sponsoring the final giveaway of the day- a $50 gift certificate to spend however you choose!  What a fantastic prize!





Alrighty then!  I know you all want to know how to enter these great giveaways!  Just leave a single comment to let me know your favorite way to beat the summer heat!

*Edited to add- my sewing space is definitely air conditioned, so that's not an issue for me either!  :)

Remember to leave an email address if you're a no-reply blogger, and only one entry per person please!  Unfortunately, replies to your own comment counts as an entry (the system numbers those, too), so remember to put your email address in your comment.  Additional replies/comments/entries are always deleted.  I'll announce the winners at NEXT week's NTT (July 27th).

This giveaway has closed!  I host awesome giveaways every single month, so be sure to subscribe by email or with your favorite blog reader so you don't miss the next one!

Best of luck to all, and happy shopping!



151 comments:

  1. My favorite way to beat the summer heat is to stay inside working on quilt tops with a large glass of lemonade by my side!

    Sandy A
    scotty4me39 (at) yahoo.com

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  2. My favourite way to beat the heat is to make sure I have lots of fresh fruit (with some put into the freezer) and veggies on hand so I can make smoothies!

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  3. In my sewing room with a cold drink!

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  4. Ah indoors with plenty of homemade lemonade, fruits, salads, air conditioning and in my sewing room playing all day.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  5. We've been staying indoors in the a/c mostly, but also a little swimming in my daughters in-laws pool.
    Thanks for a great giveaway!!

    sewystuff at gmail

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  6. I beat the heat by trying to do outside things early in the morning and then mostly staying indoors later in the day. We're lucky to live in a country where most every building has air conditioning!!!

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  7. It really helps me and my whole body to cool down my arms under cold tap wate! That's what i learnt from my parents when we were hiking as children and were complaining about the heat!

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  8. I beat the heat and go to the beach - that is my favorite!

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  9. Stay inside where it is cool and dry. And drink lots of water.

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  10. I use the washer & dryer later after dark to conserve energy with the electric power when it is so hot during late afternoon. I also use ceiling fans to circulate the AC through the house. Thanks for the giveaway. (celiaambrose@hotmail.com)

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  11. HI,sometimes quilting in my air conditioned room+ sometimes walking in our beautiful Mountains here in Montana! Very Nice Giveaways!
    THANKS KELLY+SPONSORS!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  12. I love to swim to cool off, but my sewing room is air conditioned-not a problem quilting in the summer.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  13. My sewing room is in my basement so it stays nice and cool. But I love to take a late evening walk after it cools off outside. Thanks for the chance to win! sofebrwn@yahoo.com

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  14. I live in Florida and we have heat almost year round. And yes, AC is the best way to beat the heat. Of course a cool glass of sweet ice tea helps too :-)

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  15. Sewing and crafting in my cool basement is my favorite way to stay out of the heat. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  16. Heading over to my Aunt's pool with my kids is the best way to beat the heat and engage in some great conversation - she's a quilter too!

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  17. My basement stays cool during the hot days of summer, so that's where I like to hang out. Unfortunately, my sewing machine doesn't live there so I have to find other ways to entertain myself!

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  18. Nothing's beats cooling off with a tall glass of icy cold beer in our breezeway🍻😉

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  19. I do outdoor things early in the morning if possible and then stay inside in the AC. I like an iced coffee drink to cool of when it's really hot.

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  20. I like to take a dip in the pool. My sewing room is air conditioned so it's a nice place to sew. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  21. In my well cooled sewing room!

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  22. I love to cool down with a fresh fruit smoothie! Cold and nutritious

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  23. I stay in my cool house. It's been so hot here in Florida that I have not even tended to my little patio garden. Way too hot!

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  24. I go to work. It's freezing in the office! There are definitely times when I wish I was ironing fabric.

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  25. I'm at that tender menopausal stage of life and anything can set off a hot flash, so I stay in AC as much as possible. My favorite way to cool off is with iced lemon water and in front of a blasting fan!

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  26. My favorite way to beat the heat is to cool off at the beach. But since I'm no where near a beach I stay cool in my house with a tall glass of ice tea.

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  27. Wow! What a great bundle of offers. My favorite way to beat the heat is to sit in my air conditioned sewing room creating new quilts to cuddle under in winter. Thanks for the giveaways.

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  28. Amazing giveaway. Thanks for the chance. I love to stay cool at the beach with all the windows open and the breeze flowing throughout the house. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  29. I grew up in NC & now live in PA. I don't try to beat the heat, I suck up as much as possible because I know those negative temps & snow storms are coming.

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  30. I get my gardening and errands done early in the morning. Then I can spend the rest of the day in the basement with my sewing machine.

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  31. I stay in the AC and avoid outdoor activities. Sad, but I hate the heat.

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  32. Mu favorite way to beat the heat is head to the beach. There's beautiful beaches within a short drive from my home to choose from.

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  33. I just stay inside! Spoiled to air conditioning. Justicefam@aol.com

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  34. I don't have air conditioning in my studio, so I throw the door open and resign myself to constant visits from the family cats. They like to create hiding places behind fabric stacks. Thanks for the giveaway. Fingers crossed. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  35. I live close to the beach and go there to beat the heat. If the beach is too hot, I head o my sewing room.

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  36. I am thankful for my A/C every day! And, my sewing room is in the basement so that makes summer sewing even better. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  37. HI Kelly, and thanks for the giveaway! While I do love some air conditioned sewing, this summer my 3 year old and I have discovered a local public pool that is clean, just busy enough, and well guarded. We have so much fun and I feel like a kid again.

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  38. Our weather has been nice and cool so far. I know the heat will come soon so I will Plan on staying close to the AC. Thanks!

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  39. We live in an old farm house(built in 1830)..no AC here...just fans! lol but we have huge trees around us, plus the walls are thick stones.Do pretty good if isn't real Hot & Humid..but this is Ohio...we are used to the cold Winters, & hot Summers. When real Hot...I stay close to the fan..and can sew just fine. Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-ways too! :D

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  40. I like sitting on my shaded porch with some iced tea and lots of ice! Its a great place to applique when it's too hot to sit at the sewing machine in the sewing room. Thanks for another great post full of eye candy. Your sponsors are the best!

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  41. Ugh. I do not like the heat! AC, ice cream, and extra showers for me.

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  42. I stay indoors during very hot weather in my air conditioned sewing room!

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  43. My sewing room has great air conditioning! I stay in and quilt!
    abh10066 (at) aol (dot) com

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  44. In England very buildings have air conditioning, so we open windows and have lots of cooling drinks. Thanks for great giveaways. x

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  45. Thank you Kelly and your sponsors for a fantastic give away! We have had really hot summer and the a/c is really needed. I'm starting just new quilt and in my studio the a/c is not working well - help! When I was at work in the hotel and felt just too hot, I put few ice cubes in paper napkin and then cooled my face and arms with that. Looking for my favourite season, Autumn! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. Thank you for the give a ways and the links. I don't try to beat the heat, I THRIVE in it. Store it up to survive the winter!!
    xx, Carol

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  47. Our first really hot days of the year here in the UK - at last! - but we generally don't have a/c. The windows are open and the ice cream is in the freezer!

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  48. My favorite way to beat the summer heat is to sew in my sewing room. It is much cooler in there.

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  49. My sewing room is in the basement-nice and cool and of course I need my coffee. Do my chores in the morning then I have the rest of the day to sew.
    Thanks for the opportunity to wim.

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  50. Staying indoors in the air conditioning, of course, and working on my quilts!

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  51. I beat the heat by taking the kids to the pool. Then staying inside with the A/C when it gets too hot. Thanks for the giveaway. brenda24 at verizon.net

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  52. Staying indoors and quilting in airconditioned comfort! joan.kruse@gmail.com

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  53. To beat the heat of summer I stay in and don't do much. I sew a little, watch tv a little and read a lot!

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  54. We have a lots of cedar trees on our property; they create cool, cool shade to read in, rest in and even eat a little lunch in or take a nap under on a hot summer day.

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  55. Air condition and lots of water. Thanks for the giveaway! Polka dot printed fabrics are one of my favorite!

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  56. Drinking ice coffee and sewing with a fan near by! Stay cool!

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  57. I love to shop hop, treating myself with new fabrics, or just stroking them!
    At home, air con and netflix!

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  58. Sitting on the deck with friends and a beverage or two!
    basaran.family at rogers dot com

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  59. Head for the cool basement and dig into some sewing !!!!

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  60. I love working in the yard, but the summer heat (in the 90's in S. Mississippi where I live) gives way to making quilts-inside in the AC! Love QAL's, & Christmas in July gives me great Christmas quilts ideas & instructions. Great giveaway! Thank you, Susan

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  61. Iced tea, air conditioning on, in my sewing room making a quilt! These are just a few of my favorite things. 😄 Thanks Kelly for al the great giveaways.

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  62. A cool beverage, and sew, sew, sew! Of course fabric shopping is fun too!
    Ellie
    Elively@indy.rr.com

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  63. To beat the summer heat, I head for my sewing nook, gather up my favorite current project and get going. The outside world of heat, noise, news and bother just goes away.

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  64. Sewing in the Air Conditioning!!!
    beimborn@charter.net

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  65. My favorite way to beat the summer heat is to stay inside (AC on, of course) and sew my brains out!! Thanks for the info on the labels.

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  66. Fresh pineapple is so refreshing in the summertime to beat the heat.

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  67. I beat the heat with ice cream on a daily bases! That and quilting, of course!
    yoyopattycakes at Hotmail dot com

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  68. Bernice To beat the heat-- air conditioning of course but also pack a picnic lunch, drive east 15 minutes to a higher altitude at Bridle Falls and sit beneath some mammoth trees and listen to the stream go rippling by while enjoying a chat with a friend.

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  69. Quilting in the AC!!! Oh, those polka dots are calling my name! :)

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  70. It's crazily hot here today, I'd love to just lay on the couch and eat ice cubes all day but I have a baby to entertain!

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  71. why stay inside in the nice cool air conditioning quilting away

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  72. The dotted fabrics are lovely. I made a couple crib quilts last winter with polka dots and they were greatly loved. I'd make some more. Yes it is hot, but I dislike cold, snow and ice so much that I'd rather be in the heat. Blessings, Gretchen villacrestfarm@gmail.com

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  73. My favorite way to beat the heat is inside with my air conditioning on and the sewing machine humming. However, I must admit that there is nothing more refreshing than a dip in the ocean (which is quite cold on the west coast!) Thanks for the generous giveaways.

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  74. A/C! That's the only way to beat the heat! We have a wading pool for the kids, but it's not big enough for mommy to get in too.

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  75. We beat the heat by playing in the pool! I also have a nice cool sewing room to use.
    Pandjsheen@gmail.com

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  76. I love to go to the beach but don't get to stay long enough :(
    addiesthings@gmail.com

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  77. I beat the summer heat in my sewing room. It's in our basement so is cooler than upstairs. No AC here!

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  78. Even though I live in Alaska, it does get hot up here for a little bit! Last week it was in the 80s most of the week, and the temps kept creeping up in the house, to 78 degrees. We use plenty of fans, leave lights off, and keep the house closed up for the most part, to keep the heat of the sun out.

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  79. It may not beat the summer heat, but makes it more enjoyable. Riding around and checking out the sites in our 1960 MGA that my husband restored.

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  80. living in the PNW we really don't get much summer HEAT, but when it warms up I stay inside and sew.

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  81. Staying inside with A/C on. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!
    Linda "Cookie" Lawrence
    Mandeville Louisiana
    lbcookie1@gmail.com

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  82. Dab a little peppermint oil on the soles of my feet and then Dipping my toes & feet in some tepid to cool water . AHHHH:)

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

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  83. That stack of dotty fabric is very tempting! I stay cool by sitting directly under my ceiling fan while I stitch--no air conditioning in my sewing room.

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  84. I stay cool by going to our cabin, which is close to but not on the shore of the cool waters of Howe Sound. In between the tall trees, which cool the air a great deal just by themselves, there is always a lovely breeze. A walk down to the beach for a dip once in a while, and staying cool is not an issue. Evenings and niggttimes are much cooler than that, so sleeping is easy. It's a great place that we are blessed to have!

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  85. Though I rarely get to, I love to beat the heat by swimming or hanging out at the lake. Thanks for the awesome giveaways!

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  86. I turn up the A/C and enjoy 2 overhead fans in my sewing room keeping me cool and collected. Well, maybe cool only. LOL

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  87. I always stay inside and sew when it's hot!!

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  88. My favorite way to beat the heat is to go on the lake and float around in a tube, or to go tubing behind the boat. Thank you for the awesome giveaways!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  89. My favorite way to beat the summer heat is to sip on sun tea and relax on my shaded patio!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  90. Early morning or late evening walks are my favorite ways to best the heat outdoors. Best of all is to spend time in my basement sewing studio!! Thanks for the great giveaways!
    wmunson13@gmail.com

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  91. I have found the most delicious tea (apple and cinnamon) that makes wonderful iced tea! A glass of tea in my sewing room makes it wonderful.

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  92. Air conditioning seems to be the easiest solution.....unless, of course, one is at the beach!!! The ocean!

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  93. ohh those labels look awesome. I am going to have to look into that. thanks.
    as I have gotten older, lol, air conditioning has become a friend.
    but if i am outside, lots of ice water
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  94. A home made frappy is how i beat the heat....yummmmmm..... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  95. My favorite way to beat the heat is to stay inside with the Air Conditioning blowing cold. If I must be outside, no better place than in the cool waters of the pool.

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  96. my favorite way to beat the summer heat is iced tea with fresh lemon.

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  97. As long as I'm lounging in the water, I don't mind the summer heat!

    lindsayrodems @ gmail dot com

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  98. I stay in air conditioning. I don't do well with the heat.

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  99. My favorite is to sit out by the pool with the ceiling fans on and a glass of lemonade.

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  100. Stay in an air conditioned sewing room and sew!

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  101. If I am not inside with the AC, I've got to be in the water!

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  102. Escape to a cool location. If not possible find air condition or fans and allot of cool drinks. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  103. Inside with air conditioning or at the beach!

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  104. With forecasts of temps of 89 degrees that will feel like 107 degrees, my favorite way to stay cool is to stay in my air conditioned sewing room and sew. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  105. My favorite way to beat the heat is to sit in the AC'd house with a quilt over me and sip Coke Zero. Yes, my house is so cool for the other family members that I need a quilt to warm my aching muscles. Two of my grandchildren are living with us this summer and I'm noticing that they are acquiring a love of quilts, too.

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  106. I like to read in the shade outdoors, but then gotta go in and enjoy the A/C in the sewing room and sew or knit a bit...thanks for the giveaways! knit2425@gmail.com

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  107. Amazingly here in the UK we have had our hottest day of the year - 34C! Unbelievable as so far our summer has been wet, overcast and generally cold. So today was all about staying in the shade, not doing long walks, drinking plenty of water. Thank you for the chance to enter the Giveaway!

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  108. Well, I love the heat and we haven't had too much of it this year so I haven't had to "beat" it. :) I usually just keep my curtains closed and maybe take a cool shower or two if I am at home.
    I love your labels btw! I am going to order some as soon as I finalize my logo.

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  109. I beat the heat with iced tea, swimming pool and homemade ice cream. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  110. If the temps are above 90, we go swimming. Otherwise, we stay indoors in the AC. Our son can't regulate his body temp very well, so we just stay cool inside.
    goldnplum@gmail.com

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  111. I live in Texas and the only way to beat the heat is to stay in the air-conditioned house! We sit on the patio in the early morning, but otherwise, it's just too hot to be outside!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  112. I like to beat the heat by eating ice cream!

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  113. Drink ice water and stay inside where it is cool. Ceiling fans help a lot.

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  114. Beat the summer heat with a large bottle of lemon water in my nice cool air conditioned quilt studio. Lots gets done! heartscreations@outlook.com

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  115. No AC here but lots of windows, ceiling fans, and living in breezy open prairie all help keep the house livable. To keep me cool, I head to the basement. Also, Slurpees help! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  116. We recently moved my sewing space to a screened porch - I catch all the lovely breezes going through. When it gets too hot out there, I go to our basement family room and check out (read "drool over") the latest sewing / quilting blog posts on the computer!

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  117. My favorite way to beat the Florida heat is anything indoors, especially movies!

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  118. In the heat of summer my sewing spritz water bottle is used for more than pressing fabric! It moves around the house because sometimes a nice little spritz to the face/neck is very refreshing! :)

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  119. I stay inside in the air conditioning and keep on quilting.

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  120. We like to beat the heat with gazpacho, watermelon near the beach or stay at home with air conditioner.

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  121. We don't have air conditioning! :( My favorite/only way to beat the heat is at night. At bedtime, I brush my teeth and then take a shower. The shower cools me down and then I get right into bed (towels on my pillow) with a fan blowing on me.

    We have a whole house fan which sometimes helps, if we can time things right -- it goes on at night when it's cooler, then in the morning we turn it off, close the windows, and try to keep the cooler air in.

    I live in Massachusetts. Many houses here aren't air conditioned, but it's also not as necessary as it is further south. There are definitely days I wish we had it!

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  122. I love spending time at the beach with my family each July. The rest of the summer is spent in air conditioning or sitting in the shade on the porch!

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  123. Are UK entries eligible? My heat-beater is staying indoors with my sewing machine, a glass of water and a fan all nearby!

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  124. I like to say that I preserve my body and keep it air conditioned.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  125. For drinks, I love a good glass of lemonade. Stay indoors, with my sewing machine or a good book. (we have ac, too)

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  126. Swimming is always my favourite way to beat the heat!

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  127. Afternoon ice-cream EVERY day!!! YUM!!!!!

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  128. My favorite way to beat the heat is with ice cream! Although a nice frozen lemonade or a daiquiri are also delicious. ;)

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  129. Out heat index is to be 111 today. I plan to be inside with my Pfaff and a big glass of unsweetened iced tea.

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  130. Either staying inside in the air conditioning or going to the pool!

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  131. Beating the heat with a bit of lemonade by the pool is my preference!

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  132. I've been taking my daughter to the swimming pool, but we have had a really nice breeze the last days.

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  133. Nothing beats the heat than a freezer full of ice cream cones! jarvenpa1ne(at)gmail(dot)com

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  134. I beat the summer heat by staying inside and quilting. I am finishing my WIP's and UFO's that I normally put off until the cold weather sets in. I am making a slow and steady progress.

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  135. I have to stay inside and sew for sure. We also live by a creek so can go for a quick cool down if I want.
    sewfabrics at outlook.com

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  136. I try to stay inside as much as possible, the Texas heat can be wicked. But when I do have to be out and about, a small spray bottle to mist myself is always nice and plenty of cool water/powerades to drink. Thanks for the chance.

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  137. My favorite way to beat the summer heat is to put some frozen bottles of water hanging in front of the fan. Very effective!

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  138. I love the heat!! I will do nothing to avoid it ;-)

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  139. My favourite way to beat the heat is ice......ice cream, iced tea, iced coffee & running through an ice cold sprinkler with my girls!! bmichelbrink at shaw dot ca.

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  140. I always carry a paper fan in my pouch!

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  141. Sea and shade! And drinking water, a lot!

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  142. Ice cream and the pool! And then staying in and sewing.

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  143. Favorite way to beat the heat is inside in the A/C sewing...of course! Julie
    gjschreiber@comcast.net

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  144. I stay inside with a cold drink and a fan.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  145. What's great is I love to sleep in the basement where it's nice and cool! We don't have the need for air conditioning for the few weeks where we really need it here in Alberta - so basement it is! Thanks for the lovely giveaways. I love your labels! I have to go and take a closer look! Thanks!

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