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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

January Deals and FOUR Giveaways!

Well, it's a brand new month and a brand new year, and I'm super excited to fill you in on the latest happenings at some of my very favorite shops!  This post also includes four different giveaways, so read on to find out how to enter!



I always love kicking off a post with a giveaway, and this one from the Fat Quarter Shop is super awesome- a fat quarter bundle of Kate Spain's new line, Early Bird!  This collection is so new, it's not even shipping just yet, so the lucky winner will be one of the very first to receive it!


           Fat Quarter Shop



I also want to call your attention to a couple of other fun things happening at FQS right now.  At the beginning of every month, I make a point to check out their Basic of the Month, which is at a special 20% off price for the entire month.  Even if you've vowed to use up your stash this year, basics are always a necessity for helping every project come together.  This month's basic is Moda's Concrete Basics line, a great tonal basic that has a similar feel to the Grunge Basics.

If you're looking to expand your horizons into a neat new shape, Fat Quarter Shop also has a new set of orange peel templates, with an array of fun, new patterns to put them to good use.




Over at Shabby Fabrics, they're beginning a brand new year of their fun pillow club, A Year in Words.  For me, decorating my entire house for each new season just doesn't happen, but I enjoy a little touch here and there.  These fun pillows are perfect!  The shapes are laser cut and pre-fused, so all you have to do is iron in place, and sew around to create a perfect appliqué.

           Shabby Fabrics



Over at LouLou's Fabric Shop, so much awesomeness is going on!  They are continuing their HUGE Year-End sale, with literally hundreds of fabrics marked down to $6.00/yard, and great prices on some precuts as well, with no coupon necessary.

If a special, full-priced collection has really struck your fancy, LouLou's has generously offered my readers 15% off all full priced fabrics with the code quilt.  I have my eye on the new Acreage collection!

LouLou's is also sponsoring the second giveaway of the day- a $25 gift certificate to spend however you choose!

LouLou’s Fabric Shop
Fort Worth Fabric Studio is another shop that offers amazing fabrics at fantastic prices.  Right now, the Dear Stella collection is only $5.55 per yard through January 21st!
                     Fort Worth Fabric Studio
One of my very favorite features of shopping at FWFS is checking out their expertly curated bundles.  Each week, they mix fabrics from different collections for a unique, perfectly coordinated bundle.  The color combinations, as well as the prices are hard to pass up!  Fort Worth Fabric Studio is generously providing one of their Love Is In the Air bundles as a giveaway this month!  
*Due to shipping costs, this giveaway is only open to US residents.
The start of a new year is the time that many quilters not only make some life resolutions, but some quilty ones as well.  If you've promised yourself that you'll do a better job of labeling your quilts, then let Finer Ribbon help you!  I absolutely LOVE my labels, and they are quick and easy to add to all of my projects.
I have used my full color labels for well over a year, and the quality is top-notch.  At just over $100 (US) per spool, they may seem pricey, but each spool contains 1000 labels, which works out to about ten cents per label.  Ordering a spool means that you won't even have to think about labels again for a LONG time!
FinerRibbon
My labels are available HERE.  
If you want to order, there are a couple of important points to consider-



*My labels are 2 1/4 inches wide.  You'll have to choose your width in the drop-down menu.


*My labels are printed from side to side, rather than running the length of the ribbon.  I think it works perfectly for quilts, but I have also sewn them to mug rugs, pillows, etc., and I still like this size.






Finer Ribbon will work with you to design your labels, so you don't need to be afraid of the process.  They will send you a full-scale, printable proof so that you can print, cut, fold and make absolutely sure that your labels are exactly what you want.  Best of all, they are super patient during the process.  I had two or three different proofs before I approved my labels, and the Finer Ribbon team was so friendly from beginning to end!



And finally, there are always great things going on at Lady Belle Fabrics.  Did you know that their sale bundles, like this Gooseberry bundle, are always 30% off?  You can check out all of these awesome sale bundles HERE.




Right now, in addition to 30% off of tons of great bundles, Lady Belle is offering free shipping with the code freeship.








Lady Belle is also sponsoring the final giveaway of the day!  They are offering a $25 gift certificate to spend however you choose.  If you're looking for a brand new, sweet collection to help you spend it, Lady Belle has Heather Ross' new collection, Sleeping Porch!


      
Wow, so many great happenings at so many wonderful shops!  Even though I've promised myself to bust my stash this year, I've always got a little room in my cabinet for some fabric love found on sale!
Time to enter these four fantastic giveaways.  Just leave a single comment on this post to let me know if you've made any quilty resolutions this year, or you can just tell me what you have on your wish list!  Since one of the giveaways is only open to US residents, in your comment, please let me know if you live outside of the US (don't worry, though- you're still eligible for the other three!).  That will help me out when I draw the winners!

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 (January 25th).

This giveaway is now closed.  Thanks so much to all who entered!  I'll announce the winners at this evening's NTT post!  :)


189 comments:

  1. Thanks for the chance to win (also I can't win the Valentine's bunde since I live outside the USA)!

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  2. Only one resolution this year ~ I'm determined to make a king-size quilt for our bed! Fabulous giveaways ~ fingers crossed!!

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  3. wow, you're starting the year off with a bang! Can I say that I love Kate Spain fabrics - have been snowbound for over a week now and have been playing with scraps. Have never made a true scrap quilt - am getting geared up to do so. Taking baby steps, I find myself still putting fabric lines together.

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  4. Such great sponsors, fabrics and products! My resolution is to label all my quilts and gifts I sew for others. Thank you

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  5. My quilty resolutions are to finish some older projects and sew some small items ahead to use as gifts. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  6. Great giveaways! My quilty resolutions include finishing UFOs and making a table runner!

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  7. My resolution this year is to make some smaller projects. Especially to use up some of my stash that isn't working for large quilts. I have so many one yard cuts that just don't go with anything else. I hope to use these to make room for new, fun fabrics.

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  8. Such great sponsors and prizes! I am working on using up precuts in my stash this year and challenging myself to learn new techniques while I'm at it!

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  9. My quilty resolution this year is to finish or give away some UFOs... I count 18 so far 😯
    I live outside US

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  10. This year I need to clean up my sewing room! Such a great giveaways! teagancarnes @ gmail.com

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  11. My main 2017 quilty resolution is to keep track of all yardage in and out with the final goal of using 200 yards of fabric this year!

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  12. This year I'm resolving to make four quilts - one per quarter. Great giveaways!

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  13. So much awesome! My 2017 quilting goal is to beat last year's charity quilt making goal. I'm aiming for two a month this year :D

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  14. Finish! That's my word for the year and my goal/resolution!

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  15. My quilty resolution for this year is to follow the one I made last year - which is to quilt without guilt. I can start as many new projects as I want, and work on whatever project is calling me the most at any particular time.

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  16. Wonderful giveaways! Just enter me for the 'Early Bird' giveaway. In USA. Quilting goal is finish quilting a queen size quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  17. My quilty resolution this year is use some of the patterns I've collected over the last five years. For instance, I want to make a Swoon, make a quilt from Sunday Morning Quilts and make another baby quilt from the Fat Quarter Baby Book.

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  18. I have resolved to finish at least two WIPs before I start anything new. So far, I haven't broken it, but sure have been tempted to!

    I am in the US

    Sandy A
    scotty4mr39 (at) yahoo:dot:com

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  19. My resolutions this year were for life as well as quilting. Choose joy, treat yourself, and take care of yourself - it's going well so far! 😊

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  20. Quilting resolutions - I will finish up my Vintage Fabric quilt this month, start on my son's quilt and have the summer sunflower quilt in the queue.
    Thank you for hosting such a fun giveaway! tvonzalez at gmail dot com
    http://thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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  21. Like so many others, I've set goals for myself to achieve. Nothing so hard, tried and true but achievements to better myself in a couple of ways.
    a) I want to learn the blogging world, stretch beyond my comfort level and acquire new skills with the technology. And much like many of my quilty friends, I would like to keep a journal to log my quilts and keep myself to a more strict schedule with them, not allowing them to be a lingering project! I so much more enjoy a completed quilt that just scraps laying around. anitalynette(dot)simmons(at)yahoo.com & http://quiltlovefordomesticfelicity.blogspot.com/

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  22. I am resolved to work from my stash as much as possible this year. Of course, there will still be basics, backings, and bindingsnto consider. . . Thanks for the chance to win some great stuff! I live in the USA. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  23. I really NEED to use up some scraps! So I'm hoping to make at least one large scrap quilt! Wonderful giveaway!

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  24. I will try to use as much of my stash as possible this year, and make at least six charity quilts for the children's ward at my local hospital.
    I live outside the US.

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  25. Thanks for this great opportunity to win some fun stuff!! I plan on quilting more in 2017.

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  26. Just want to complete projects already started. These look tempting and would make me forget my focus to finish things. Thanks for the giveaways. US jkestevens@aol.com

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  27. Our guild is doing a UFO challenge (that I'm running) and my goal is to get at least half of my UFO's completed!

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  28. Aside from the nearly universal "work from stash" resolution, my goal for this year is to enjoy the entire quilt making process more and not rush just to get a project done.

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  29. Hopefully a quilt a month would be nice to get accomplished!! survivor9876@gmail.com

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  30. USA here - I think the main thing I want to do this year is work more with wool applique just because it is something different that I haven't done much of. I also need to work more with my stash and get it under control. Thanks for the chance to win

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  31. I only have one quilty goal for this year, and that is to try new-to-me batting choices - I have a wool batting on the current quilt, and plan to try bamboo too. Thanks for the chance to win some really fantastic prizes!

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  32. I'd like to finish a couple of QALs this year!

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  33. Jumping on the use the stash bandwagon! Doing pretty well so far but it's only the middle of January.

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  34. Wow, what a way to start the year! My resolution is to finish up a few quilts I had started and never finished.

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  35. My resolutions mostly involve getting several tops quilted, but of course I received new fabric at the end of the year and there are several new quilting skills I'd like to explore.

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  36. No resolutions but my Quilter's planner has really helped me focus on my projects. Thanks for the giveaways

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  37. Awesome giveaways!! I've joined 3 other fabric hoarders in a "Buy no New Fabric" challenge this year which is pushing us to finish our UFO's as well as find patterns to use our stash. $40 gift certificate from our LQS goes to the last one standing! So, winning fabric won't count against me in the challenge. :-)

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  38. All great giveaways. my quilt resolutions include to make a New York Beauty quilt. Whoo, that may be above my abilities, lol. I would love to win any fabric, though, as it is all high quality and pretty. Near the top of my blog's left sidebar is an old phone image Email Me that goes directly to my contact form. Thank you :)

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  39. I am focused on my UFOs this year. I am determined to get my list smaller :)

    Thanks for all the great giveaways. I am in the US.

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  40. Wonderful giveaways. Thanks for the chance to win. My quilty resolution is to finish off my UFOs this year.

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  41. So many yummy things! I've resolved to slow down!

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  42. Such generous companies! I failed at my resolutions last year, so I decided not to make any this year--no pressure that way...I would like to add to my Bonnie and Camille collection and be brave enough to start using more if it!

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  43. My resolution was to try to spend at least 20 minutes a day with sewing/quilting projects. Thanks for the great giveaways.

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  44. My resolution this year is to try and use less prints in a block. In the past I have been obsessed with adding color and prints to a quilt, only to realize that the end product is waaaayyyy too busy. So far, I am learning quite a bit with using less and loving the results. The giveaways are awesome btw.

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  45. My plans are to read more novels this year!! Thanks for the chance to win these awesome prizes... I would be eligible for only three as I am from Canada.

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  46. This year, I vow to learn to make hexies so I can sew up some of those adorable hexie projects! I also want to work on my curved piecing and make it perfect. All of that needs fabric! I am IN the US!

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  47. My resolution is to quilt the 10 tops I made last year. I have one done. I also want to reduce my stash by using it.

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  48. Wow! What a great way to start the new year. Thank you for the opportunity. I'm trying to use up some of the fabric and kits I have stuffed in the closet. Out of sight, out of mind. It's amazing what I found that I'd forgotten. I live in the US.

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  49. This sounds like fun...thanks for the opportunity!

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  50. My goal for the year is to finish some UFO's. I made a list of 12 and so far finished 1. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  51. I have two major goals this year: To finally set up my sewing studio properly (it was formerly a basement storage room that still contains some old junk), and to learn paper piecing. Thank you for this opportunity! (I live in the US.)

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  52. My goal for the first few months is to complete a couple of quilts for our show. Thanks for the chance to win. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  53. I stopped making resolutions years ago. Each year I try to make sure that I finish my UFOs so we can enjoy the larger size quilts.

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  54. life goals- just be more mindful of all the beautiful happenings around me. Thanks for the chance at receiving MORE fabric.

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  55. Love these giveaways!
    Quilts resolutions are to actually make quilts this year!
    So you have 1000 labels? I'm glad you are such a fast quilter😉

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  56. Thanks for all the eye candy! My quilty resolution is to teach my retired brother-in-law how to quilt. He is a former graphic designer and has a house with a beautiful empty basement. I think I have convinced him that he has the time, the talent, and the space. Now I hope he also has the interest after our first few lessons.

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  57. My quilty resolutions are to make a quilt for my Dad and to finish four of the quilt tops that need to be quilted. I hope to do more but those are my main goals for 2017. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  58. I have a big stack of pieced quilt tops that I would like to get quilted this year. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  59. Quilty Goals are to finish some UFQ's round here...and to be braver about trying to do some FMQ on actual projects, instead of practice pieces! lol

    Thank you too, for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :D

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  60. No I didn't make a resoltion, just sewing what my heart makes hapy whenever I find time for it! I am from Switzerland. Thanks for still including us in giveaways. What fun!

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  61. Hi Kelly! What a fabricful post! I need Early Bird! Grand Canal made me new fan of Kate Spain and I want to continue with Early Bird! Thank you again for a fantastic give away and fabric info! x Teje

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  62. My quilting resolution this year is tied to my word of the year "focus." I'm focusing on finishing and on taking a more focused approach. I may never work on just one project at a time bit less than 10 might be good! Lol bethastrand@gmail.com the snow in Oregon had me off to a good start!

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  63. My resolution is just to quilt whatever I can. I've been away from quilting for 2 years for a variety of reasons beyond my control, and it's so good to be back. I'm in Canada.

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  64. My resolution is to sew as often as I can this year. I'm in the USA.

    Sandy N
    explabgirl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. My resolution this year is to work through my WIP pile. I'm sure some baby quilts will be made as well during the year. Always nice to have those on hand :) Thanks for a chance at the giveaway. I live in Canada.

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  66. My resolution this year is to make some quilts (or at least one!) that is outside my comfort zone - perhaps try a new technique. Oh, and also to have a go at free motion quilting - so scary. I'm in the UK.

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  67. This year's resolution is to be better at finishing. I have chosen 12 projects to finish this year and will try again to work within my stash for anything new that gets added to the master project list.

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  68. My resolution for 2017 is to finish some of the many UFOs that are hanging around.
    Thanks for the fabulous giveaways!

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  69. My resolve is to work from my stash....at least for a while!
    crazeematz@gmail.com

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  70. My quilty resolution is to do more sewing for joy and to do less sewing/quilting that have close deadlines. These are great giveaways!

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  71. I'm determined to make my stash a bit smaller this year, it's almost out of control and starting to scare me!

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  72. My resolution is to get more of my quilt tops done! So far I've started 3 new quilts! Lol! There is just so much online inspiration that one thing lead to another....... can you say squirrel? Lol! Oh yea... cakilliany@hotmail.com

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  73. Hi, Kelly - you have a lot of amazing sponsors. I've shopped with most of them! One of my quilty resolutions this year is to take time to respond to the blog posts that I read daily. This past year I was v-e-r-y busy and didn't always do that, but it takes so much time to put a post together, that I think bloggers deserve to know someone is reading! I've also made a list of my in-house projects, most of which don't have backings to go with them. So I'm on the search for backings. And time to make the projects!

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  74. I don't do resolutions, but one of many goals is to make 30 quilts for donations this year.

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  75. Thanks for the wonderful giveaways! My quilty resolution is to keep one of my quilts for our bed. Thank you!

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  76. Thanks for the great giveaways! My immediate quilty resolution is to finish my 2 Minecraft quilts for my boys.

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  77. Thanks for such great support of the quilting community! My resolution: finish one quilt per month in 2017...I'm ahead of the game to date: have finished TWO in January!

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  78. I have two resolutions this year. Number one is to finish up about a dozen projects/kits before I buy more beautiful fabric. However, blender, background, and backing fabrics are always needed. :) Besides, who doesn't need a little inspiration from a beautiful new fat quarter bundle? Maybe motivation to get the others done? I live in Canada, atveenema@gmail.com

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  79. Super generous giveaways from your sponsors! I've shopped with many of them. No major resolution - get organized and realistic with my fabric would probably be first on the list though. I have a very tiny room to work in and it's buried right now after my holiday gift sewing. Time to renew that space! Thanks for the chance to win ;c) shopgirl 7232 @ yahoo dot com

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  80. That's a great give away! I love the Gooseberry collection!
    Ellie
    Elively@indy.rr.com

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  81. Such beautiful fabrics! I'm getting to spend a lot of time sewing right now, and loving it. My main goals for the year include a quilt for a grandson who arrives in May, finish a quilt I've been making for our own bed, and make 2 QOV's. I'd really like to have something unique for our guild quilt show in October. crzyquilter56@yahoo.com

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  82. Great giveaways! My goal for 2017 is to stay organized and grow my quilting business- Quilting by Vickie! I started longarming about 6 years ago and "retired" last year so this is my year!!

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  83. Hey Kelly! I have shopped at almost all the shops you listed!! My main quilty resolution is to practice machine quilting! I have taken many classes and just need to practice to get more proficient!! I'd like to get a few more UFOs done too!!! Thanks!!! cathy.melancon@sbcglobal.net

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  84. I have four quilt tops to finish this year! As a beginner quilter, my goal is to prectice, practice my FMQ - hopefully by Christmas this year I will gather the confidence to finish them to give as gifts! So looking forward to it! Thank you, Susan in Mississippi spierssusan52@gmail.com

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  85. What awesome giveaways! My goal this year is to finish several lingering projects and keeping to a budget while building my stash.😬
    Thank you so much for the chance to win one of these giveaways.
    (joannabcaldwell@bellsouth.net)

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  86. Thank you for your kindness. My goal for this year is to machine quilt all of the quilt tops I finished last year.

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  87. Wow! What a great way to kick off 2017! I am going to try to clean up a bunch of my UFO's this year and use up some of my stash. (BTW, I am in Canada).

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  88. So many Drool worthy fabrics - what a wonderful giveaway...
    My hopes for this year are to work on getting all those started things
    finished and there are more than I imagined.. In the USA...

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  89. What generous sponsors you have! My main goal this year is an I Spy quilt for my grandson. Beyond that, knocking off a few UFOs and keeping current with my quilting guild. Live in Canada, but have a US shipping address.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  90. Great give always. Working on lowering the number of WILd I have!

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  91. My quilty resolution is to finish a UFO each month. I think I better get sewing so I don't break this resolution the first month............Thanks for such a nice giveaway! skaduzy44@windstream.net

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  92. My resolution is to take my time with my quilting projects and slowly built up my stash. Thanks for the fabulous giveaways. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com (Virginia)

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  93. My serious resolution is to finish many of my UFOs...I got a start at the tail end of 2016 and I plan to keep going.

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  94. My resolution is to break away from my stash fabrics - I seem to be in a rut using them - and to use new lines, fabrics, etc. (New York) kate_henchey@yahoo.com

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  95. Resolved to partake in only 3 on line quilt alongs...that way I'm on task and each is staggered by the week each month so I'm no overwhelmed trying to whip out 3 in a week. Can't wait for your book Kelly!

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

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  96. I have several WIP, but I could always use a few more.
    acrackliffe@gmail.com

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  97. My resolution is to finish my WIP's. Last year I completed my WIP's by April. This year is a different story, because my creative juices have been flowing! Thank you for the great giveaways!

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  98. My resolution is us organize my scraps and to make at least four quilts to donate thanks!

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  99. US how fun, I always have extra room in my stash area, LOL. Last year I did not set quilty goals, I just did. Wow, I wound up stressing myself out. Not this year. I have set goals and made plans for each. So far the only wrench thrown in is, I have just found out I will be a great aunt in June, so a baby quilt is in order :)

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  100. I'm working on finishing up some random quilt projects this year. Thanks for offering a chance to win some cool prizes!!

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  101. I have resolved this year to buy as little as possible. I am aiming for scrappy quilts that challenge my colour choices or to use up collections I have put away for 'one day' :)
    Thanks for the chance to enter, I am in Australia - G'day mate! ;) <3

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  102. Wow, such wonderful gifts to giveaway! I have 12 WIPs and my goal is to finish one a month!

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  103. I am making all christmas gifts this year. Should reduce my stash to dust shouldn't it? Hope so!

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  104. I love Kate Spain's collections and would use her fabrics to finish a 2 year-old WIP.

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  105. My new years resolution is to continue to sew my old stash so that I can build a newer/better stash. ctbledsoe@gmail.com

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  106. I have 3 quilts in various stages I want to complete all of them before I begin any new ones - think that will happen?

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  107. My only resolution is to sew quarter inch seams every day. I find this process meditative and calming.

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  108. Thirty years ago I took a Sampler quilting class. All the work I've done is by hand. I have 11 of the 12 blocks completed but packed them away because I was "afraid" of the applique work.I have now retired and am determined to complete that #12 block.I am recently retired and have decided this is the year for handmade gifts....quilted ones. I am reading your posts and choosing quilting and sewing projects you suggest. I am so new to this that my stash consists of only one set of black and white print fat quarters I purchased for an altered art club I was in a few years ago. We each did a crazy quilt square and then each took one anothet's home each month and "altered" the square. I am so ready to purchase some of the fabrics you have shone for some mug rugs I am wanting to make. Hopefully I will one of your drawings!!!!

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  109. I'm not really one for making resolutions but I do want to use up some of the contents of my scrap bins before they fall over and bury me alive!

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  110. I'm outside the US. I need to use more of my stash!

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  111. My quilting resolution is to finish my projects! It's so easy to just complete a top and then tuck it away. What good is that?! I want more finished projects!

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  112. I have resolved to use part of my stash in everything I make this year! Sue.f.payne@gmail.com

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  113. My resolution is to use my fabrics, and not buy new pieces. That being said, I can WIN new fabric, because it's not BUYING!
    If I am a no reply blogger, my email address is momacita22@yahoo.com.
    Thanks for the chance at these wonderful prizes!

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  114. I made a list of 24 UFO's to finish this year. I promised myself that if I didn't finish them this year, I'd pass them along for a clean slate in 2018! So far, I've made some progress, but I keep getting distracted by shiny new projects. Thanks to the sponsors of this giveaway--wonderful prizes!

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  115. My biggest resolution is to get organized. I started a list of my wip and what stage they're at and when I want to have them completed. I can't buy anything not directly related to those wip until they're done! We'll see if it helps!

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  116. Like to make a few more Charity Baby Quilts this year! Thanks to You+all the Sponsors fora Grand Giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  117. What lovely fabrics!!!! Who wouldn't want to win some? Just the inspiration to start something new!!! Happy New Year to you!

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  118. My quilty resolution is to sew more, and I have already gotten more sewing done this year than I did in the last quarter of 2016!

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  119. My resolution is to finish the quilt tops from Quilter's Academy Volume 1 (3.5 to go!) and then quilt all of my completed tops!
    amelia.niemi@gmail.com

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  120. What girl couldn't use more in her stash! Lovely new fabrics. Enjoy your site!
    52jharp@gmail.com.

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  121. My intention this year is to finish two quilts for great granddaughters and to start on one for a grandson who is in the Air Force.

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  122. Same Hildy, thanks for the chance to win (but I can't win the Valentine's bunde since I live outside the USA)!

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  123. Going to check out some labels now! Great giveaway! Lindsayrodems at gmail dot om

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  124. the only thing better than a giveaway is more giveaways. thanks for the chance to win.

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  125. please enter me in your giveaway! thanks for the opportunity!

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  126. I am resolved to finish the quilt for my oldest grandchild who will be graduating from the University of Alabama and to make a wall quilt and throw for her sister who is a junior at Murray State in Kentucky. Then I want to try finishing one of my UFO's. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  128. I am going to try new patterns, techniques this year. I tend to make the same types of quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  129. My resolution is to finish more projects, quilting and otherwise! I live in NW Ontario.

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  130. My resolution is to finish the king sized flannel quilt for my bed that I started 2 years ago! I live in Canada. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  131. Wow, beautiful fabrics. My goal this year is to make a Bargello, a double Irish Chain and try applique. I live in Canada and my email is dgsam2@telusplanet.net

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  132. My goal this year is to finish up a lot of my WIPs that just need quilted!

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  133. My quilty resolution (as such) is to do more this year. I lost momentum last year and my sewing/quilting just went bust. I want to finish several quilts this year.

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  134. My quilty resolution is to finish my WIPs ;)

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  135. My resolution this year is to not start new projects until I finish the current one.
    Not going so good as I have 5 quilts and a wall hanging in process. In my defense though, they were started last year! Except for 2 baby quilts that need to be done soon( I thought about and planned for them in Dec.).
    karenadd@gmail.com

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  136. I really want to begin organizing my scraps!

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  137. Making a quilt for myself (finally) and hope sewing for others doesn't get in the way.

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  138. My quilty resolution for this year is simple.... just make more quilts than ever before! I live in the lovely state of Virginia. Thanks for all the giveaways!

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  139. My resolution is to get my sewing room organized so I can make more quilts.

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  140. My first quilty resolution this year is to finish my son's quilt. I made an appointment w/ the longarmer, so that has helped me to stay on track. Thanks for offering the giveaway. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  141. I resolve to finish at least 1 UFO. Maybe I can manage that in 12 months. Thanks for the giveaway. cgnthomas@gmail.com

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  142. Wow fantastic giveaways Kelly! I have a few Quilty Resolutions which I wrote out, posted, and linked up with Yvonne at Quilting JET Girl. :-) I'm working conscientiously on them. I am Canadian but I spend the winter at our home in Florida!

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  143. My new year's resolution - don't start any new projects until at least 1 UFO is completed.
    Jan J (Australia)
    jjess1@bigpond.com

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  144. I am determined to make a dent in all the tshirts my kids, nieces and nephews have saved for quilts!
    Thanks, from Ks. momwo6@gmaildot com

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  145. My resolution is to sew more, and make quilts out of the 2 already totally assembled quilt tops.Thanks for your great blog. You seem to love the same color range that I do!
    I am in Australia.
    merantaylor@yahoo.com.au

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  146. clean up my sewing room!!!!!!!!!!!!!! j-jvalentino@charter.net

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  147. My resolution is to follow through with all quilting plans! Laura dot macheca at gmail dot com. :)

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  148. I am finishing UFO's this year and shopping my stash before looking for more fabric. So far during my stash shopping I discovered a fabric bundle I forgot I had! I want to cut it right away but I have promised myself that three UFO's must be complete before I do that. Winning fabric or receiving gift certificates would allow me new fabric. Love. I live in Northern Manitoba, Canada

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  149. My quilting resolution this year is to finish my daughters wedding quilt. Thank you for the chance to win in these wonderful give always.

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  150. Mine are to finish my ufo's and label all the quilts I have that my grandma and mom made

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  151. My quilty resolutions this year is to quilt from my stash and limit my fabric purchases. Yeppers that's what I am telling myself. I did manage not to go to my LQS $1.00 FQ sale this past weekend. Of course we had an ice storm weekend and they were closed for 2 days. I dodged a fabric gorging this time around.

    Will I be able to stand strong the next time? I am seriously gonna try but a good thing is I am sewing up some of the $1.00 FQ I bought a coupla months ago at their sale. Nothing held back, nothing sacred. All is up for cutting.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  152. I resolve to start sewing out of my stash! Gretahoneycutt (at) gmail (dot) com

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  153. No resolutions for me, but I'm wishing for a more organized sewing room this year.

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  154. I didn't make a resolution because those are easy to break. A promise is different. So I promised myself that I would really try to complete the started and/or kitted quilts I already have.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  155. Slow down at work and have some consistent time to quilt! I'm new to this and love it😀
    schattle@sbcglobal.net

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  156. Kate Spain's collection looks fabulous. I like the idea of the pillow club.

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  157. Keep working on getting my UFOs quilted. Also need to make a couple tote bags, quilt for my brother and some zippered pouches. That should keep me busy for sometime. survivor972002@midco.net

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  159. I want to finish a couple of quilts that are mostly done and start on my quilt kits that I won from Craftsy last August!

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  160. Going to make an "planned" scrap quilt from my stash.

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  161. I would love to open a little shop selling baby quilts this year, that's my greatest goal.

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  162. Thank you for the introduction to Lady Belle Fabrics, a new to me quilting shop. My resolution is to use up fabric by making quilts for charity events through my local guild. Our most recent project is bed runners for hospice. Thank you for the chance in your giveaways. clara-chandler@att.net

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  163. What a grand assortment of prizes and thanks to you and your wonderful sponsors for the giveaway. I am trying to finish one UFO a month. I have January's done. Trying to use my stash exclusively, but always love new pretties to add to it.

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  164. My resolution for sewing this year is to make quilts for my 3 grown children and my Mom and sisters. Before Christmas.... can she do it?? :) :) Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  165. This is wonderful, Kelly - thank you for coordinating all these goodies.

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  166. I'm tackling my quilt tops and getting them quilted this year. The first thing I did was to move everything around in my sewing room to make it more useable. Thanks for such a great give away!

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  167. No formal quilty resolutions, but...

    I'm on a fabric diet this year, mostly planning to work from my considerable stash. Exceptions are: if it's free in some way, if it's needed for a specific project, or if there's a vendor at my quilt guild (or another venue) that I feel I need to support! Other quilty plans are 3 charity quilts due between now and early June and participating in my guild's rainbow scrap challenge in a big way (we're supposed to do 2 blocks a month and I'm doing 12 blocks a month so I'll have a lot of options at the end and enough for a couple decent-sized quilts).

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  168. My resolution is to do more selfish sewing this year. Last year I got sucked into some really fun Instagram swaps. They were great, but left little sewing time for my own projects. Thank you for the giveaways, congrats on your book, and happy sewing to all!

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  169. Less social media time and more doing is a good plan for me :)

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  170. I'm going to try and finally finish or throw out my WIPs this year! I'm outside the US x

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  171. That early bird bundle is going to be fabulous for some lucky winner!
    This last holiday season was pretty hectic for my etsy shop, so this year I've resolved to spend half an hour a day working on stuff for my shop, particularly when there are no orders. Now that things have slowed down, I'm even finding lots of extra time to sew for myself! Yay!

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  172. Wow great new years fabrics!!
    I need to get busy this year and catch up on grand kids quilts. The snow is deep which makes for great sewing weather. Thanks for the chance
    sewfabrics at outlook dot com

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  173. i've recently moved but I need to get some fabric out and make a baby quilt for my cousin..first item on the wish list haha...i'm outside the US

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  174. Those are some great deals. My goals this year are to do more monthly projects for me - kind of like my own block of the month where I'm the only participant. I also want to work more from my stash of fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  175. Wow, nice give away! This year I HAVE to finish my very first quilt (handquilting). I have bought some Tula Pink fabrics and want to start on a new project with these beauties ;-)) If I am a lucky winner, I am sure I can find some other beauties to match with it. Regards from Belgium,

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  176. My main quilting goal is to work through some of the kits I've purchased in the past, and finish the couple of UFO's I didn't finish before the end of last year.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  177. I resolved to try new techniques this year and see how many tops I can quilt!
    Caltexgal@aol.com

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  178. New Year's resolution doing at least one UFO a month, to clear them out, I live in Greece, grecomara at gmail dot com

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  179. My goal is to sew at least an hour a day, starting with those UFO's.
    garvey56@gmail.com

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  180. I'd like to make some more progress on my scrap hexagon quilt this year. Thanks for the chance to win some goodies! jvermunt(at)shaw(dot)ca (In Canada)

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  181. Wow! What a great set of giveaways. I'm trying not to set hard goals this year and mostly work on whatever strikes my fancy. That being said I have a couple of deadline projects at the top of the list.

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  182. I resolve to spend less on random fabric, use what I have more, and finish up more UFOs. Pleased to say it's going well - I've finished up two smaller projects, and have three more ready to go to a longarm quilter. It feels great to have fewer half-done projects languishing. I live & quilt in Saskatchewan, Canada. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  183. I resolve to stop buying so much fabric and to work on my WIPs. Those are probably everybody's resolutions, haha.

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  184. I'm going to start busting my stash. However have permission to shop for new specific projects. Thanks for the chance to win!!
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  185. I haven't made any hard and fast resolutions but I do keep telling myself that this will be the year of the WIP! I want to get as many WIPs completed this year as possible. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt AT gmail (dot) com

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  186. I have Snowberry Prints on my wish list! So pretty. I live in the US.

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  187. Great shops and sales!
    Such wonderful giveaways.

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  188. My only resolution is to quilt more. I didn't get nearly enough sewing time in 2016. I am hoping to have more fun with it in 2017!!

    Congrats on the book. Can't wait to see it when its done.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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