Monday, November 23, 2015

Thank you!

As we approach Thanksgiving, a time to be grateful for all we have, we wanted to take a minute to say THANK YOU! to all of you... for following our blog, for liking and using our fabrics, and for loving the art of sewing and quilting as much as we do. We appreciate you! 

So as a thank you, we are offering three fat quarter bundles to three followers. Simply leave a comment here on the blog (or on our Facebook page) letting us know what you are thankful for this year (and no, it doesn't have to be fabric-related!). 

We'll collect comments through Friday, November 27 at 11:59 pm EST and on Monday, November 30 will announce three randomly selected commenters to receive these bundles. Along the way, we'll share some of your comments here on the blog as well. 

Thank you!

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101 comments:

  1. I am honestly thankful for you and others "in the business" that make our world of quilting so much fun. It simply wouldn't be the same without you. Thank you.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

    ps - I hope it is ok, as I added your giveaway to a page on my blog where I share insights on giveaways and contests: http://quiltshopgal.com/giveaways-and-contests/

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  2. I am honestly thankful for you and others "in the business" that make our world of quilting so much fun. It simply wouldn't be the same without you. Thank you.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

    ps - I hope it is ok, as I added your giveaway to a page on my blog where I share insights on giveaways and contests: http://quiltshopgal.com/giveaways-and-contests/

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  3. I'm thankful for all the wonderful inspiration available on the internet!

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  4. I'm most thankful for my wonderful family, of course! Beyond that I'm thankful for all the fabrics, notions, and wonderful inspiration we are exposed to daily via the internet, books, magazines, and local quilt shops.

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  5. I am thankful that my daughter has finally got into a school to help her with her disability--and that she is making awesome strides!!!

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  6. I'm thankful for my family and friends. I'm also thankful for the opportunity to be able to make quilts for others. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. My Mom taught me to sew when I was a child so I could make clothing for my dolls. She also taught me to quilt as an adult. I'm so very thankful for her.

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  8. I am thankful for my family, friends, good health and quilting!!!

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  9. I am thankful for my family, and my life.

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  10. I'm thankful for my family, friends, good health, freedom, and all the quilting sites on the internet! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. I am thankful for so many things.. primarily my family and that I am able to spend the holiday with our family all together (both my hubby's and mine in one place), and that I have the freedom and resources to enjoy such a fun hobby! Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  12. I'm thankful for my husband's continuing good health

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  13. I am thankful that I survived the hospital acquired pneumonia earlier this year. The doctors didn't even think I'd make it but here I am! Rina

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  14. I am thankful that the Doctor caught my husbands eye problem in time to save his eye sight.I am thankful that I am able to get up every day and do the things that I love. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  15. I am thankful to still have my parents with me and well at 96 and 94.

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  16. I am thankful for having my sons back from home from college, especially now when the family holidays are coming up.

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  17. We our thankful for the birth of our second grandchild. Although he came at 37 weeks, he is doing well and we can't wait to hold him.

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  18. I am thankful for the good health of my family.

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  19. I am thankful that I was blessed with my very first grandchild in January and that I got to spend the whole year loving her because she lives close by. I consider myself very fortunate for the fact that my children live close.

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  20. I am thankful to God for bringing my family safely through another year. And for healing me when I was so sick the last 7 months! Praise His Holy Name! Thank you for the great giveaway! I enjoy your site through the year. Helen G.

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  21. I am thankful for the health of my family and that we are able to celebrate together. There are so many others who don't have the luxury of just sitting down for a meal with those they love, I never forget how lucky I am.

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  22. I am thankful for my family, friends, and enjoy playing with fabric and meet fellow quilters.Thanks!

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  23. I have alot to thankful for this year - found a really good job, moved into my own apartment but sadly had some sorrow too - my older cat passed away last week, the joy of it is that he was an abused stray that I adopted and he had nine wonderful years with me

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  24. I am thankful that my husband's job allows me to pursue my crafty interests unabated. Thanks for all you do! basaran.family@rogers.com

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  25. I am thankful for my family. I am thankful for the many blessings God has given me this year. I am thankful my health is good enough to continue to enjoy quilting! Happy thanksgiving to you!

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  26. After a year full of work related travel, I am grateful for being at home to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends!

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  27. I am thankful for my family and our good health!!!

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  28. I am so thankful for my loving family and friends. I am also very grateful to be living in a wonderful country with all its freedoms and opportunities.

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  29. I'm thankful for my parents.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  30. I'm thankful for freedom, family and friends.

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  31. The many things for which I am thankful include family, friends, freedom, health, and the resources - including income and inspiration from Benartex - that allow me to indulge in my quilting passion. (janeherbst at roadrunner dot com)

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  32. My husband was extremely ill this past summer. I am very thankful for him and the love, support and prayers of all!

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  33. I am thankful for my wonderful grandsons! They are great.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  34. I'm thankful for my son and family, my dog, sewing time and pretty fabrics, good friends, and so many other things.

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  35. Where do one begin to count their blessings? Family, friends, faith. I am so very fortunate to be living here in the US with clean water, medicine, plenty of food, and a roof over my head.

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  36. I guess most of all for my health and that of my loved ones, also so thankful I have 4 grandchildren.

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  37. I am thankful for my friends and family because this year has been tough so I appreciate all the kindness, support and advice from them all - they helped me get through it with my sanity intact!

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  38. I am thankful for my husband, family, friends, freedom and plenty.
    senstrings(at)yahoo(Dot)com

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  39. I am thankful for my family and good health, I know this is typical but it is what I am truly thankful for. Have a great week. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. I am thankful for Jesus, who died on the cross for me so that I might live with Him in Heaven one day. I am thankful for this world He gave us to live in until that day. I am thankful for the wonderful parents I had, for all my family, for my special friends.

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  41. I am so thankful for God's protection on my husband as he just had shoulder surgery & ended up with blood clots in both lungs. I am thankful that he is still with me.

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  42. I have so much to be thankful for. That I have a God who loves me, guides and protects me and I have a relationship with Him. He led me to my god fearing husband of now 31 years. Swoon. He has given us two beautiful and intelligent children.

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  43. I'm thankful for my family, friends, good health, and the ability to sew and quilt for others.

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  44. I'm thankful that I survided my stroke in January and that I can still quilt although it is a very slow process now.

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  45. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netNovember 23, 2015 at 5:57 PM

    I am thankful that we were able to travel over 10,000 miles this summer seeing so many friends and family members. I am specially glad that we got to visit our middle daughter and her family. We had not seen them for three years

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  46. I am so very thankful for a loving and forgiving God!! Also very thankful for my family and friends. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  47. I am thankful for my wonderful family and friends who make my life such a pleasure. Happy Holidays to all!

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  48. I am thankful that Christ died on the cross to save me and everyone that will believe in Him. I am also thankful for my husband who supports me in everything that I do.

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  49. Where to begin, God has blessed me with so much, especially my 5 beautiful grandchildren!

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  50. I'm thankful that my son and daughter-in-law had a healthy baby boy 3 weeks ago today and that they live close enough for me to visit. I'm also thankful that my daughter and son-in-law are raising a beautiful daughter who will be three in January. As I get older, family is important.

    anndunn24(at)gmail.com

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  51. I'm thankful for all of God's gifts; my faith, that I live in a free country, have food to eat and a home in which to live. I'm grateful for my parents and siblings, and I'm blessed to have learned to sew at a young age and continue to enjoy it all these years later.



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  52. I am thankful for my family (husband and dog) and my dear sewing friends (Linda, Dawn, Lisa, Betsy, Sue and Linda two)!!! I wish everyone could have what I have!

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  53. I am thankful for my family and loved ones. Also thankful to be born in such a great country. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  54. I'm thankful for common sense, a good book, and my faith.

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  55. We are thankful for so many things - family being a main one.

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  56. I'm very thankful for my loving, supportive husband!

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  57. Faithful husband w/integrity, and the values that he so instilled into our children.
    For our successful children and their loves/partners.

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  58. My family, from my 94 year old father to my 6 month old grandson, and all 7 kids in between!!

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  59. I am thankful for my family and the freedoms we still have in the USA.

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  60. I am so thankful for being cancer free..and Thank You for all the great fabrics, designers and quilt patterns that you provide...

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  61. I am thankful that I have a home and family and good health.

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  62. I am very thankful for time to be creative, just the luxury of time. carolann427@aol.com

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  63. I am thankful for the circle of loving, supportive friends who have seen me through hard times and rejoiced with me in happy times. This last year has seen both.

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  64. I am thankful for my sweet husband. I am also thankful that I have discovered such a kind community of crafters to learn and gain inspiration from.

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  65. I am thankful for my family and for life. Also thankful that I discovered a relaxing hobby for retirement....quilting!

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  66. I am thankful for my family, my life, my friends. I am thankful for people that care and take time to care for others. I am thankful for kindness -whether to me or to someone else. I love to see someone being kind to those who have less. I am thankful that I have a spirit of creativity and joy. I am thankful that I am able to enjoy simple pleasures like a cup of hot coffee each morning.
    And I am really thankful that I have so much to be thankful for that I can't begin to post it here.

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  67. I am Thankful for soooo many things....My Family, Friends, Health, New Granbaby, & for a God that loves each one of us more than we can fathom...

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  68. Thankful for my health my husband my son my grandchildren and the 2 cats who live with me

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  69. I am thankful for so many wonderful, loving people in my life beginning with my super husband, my 3 sons and their families, and my dear friends. Even in difficult times I feel like a blessed woman because of them!

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  70. I'm thankful that I have lots of time for sewing because of my hubby who does the laundry, dishes and the grocery shopping!

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  71. I'm thankful for all of the Lord's blessings...bible, family, friends, health, the means to take care of needs and some wants (like buy fabric!). And of course, all the quilting resources such as yourself. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  72. I am thankful for grace and provision from the Lord above. We have food on the table, a roof over our heads, and our health. I am blessed to have a wonderful husband and beautiful little girl.

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  73. I am thankful that I will have the honor of spending Thanksgiving with my brother and only niece. It has been 7 years since he has been to my home and he wants me to fix all our mothers favorites recipes. With the inspirations you have shared on your blog, I have made the most beautiful quilt as a surprise. I feel blessed

    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  74. I am always thankful for my family and friends but honestly as I grow older I really appreciate my husband. He has and always will be my best friend. He may not be the best house cleaner or cook in the world, but he is learning. He is thoughtful and when I ask for help he is there by my side.

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  75. I am thankful for my family and that our son will be home for Thanksgiving.

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  76. This is nice! When I saw this post in my blog roll I thought how much I enjoy seeing a preview of fabrics that I might otherwise miss in the store or during on line shopping.

    There is so MUCH to be thankful for. At this moment, I am so thankful for my family, including my pets. They all bring me such great joy every day.
    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  77. I'm so thankful for the area in which we live. I watch my 3yr old outside, running and playing in the sunshine and am so thankful we have acreage for him to do that in. And thank YOU, for a lovely giveaway and for great posts and fabrics throughout the year.

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  78. I am thankful for my family and the many blessings they bring! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  79. With the cold and snow outside, I'm thankful for a warm home to live and the love and care of family and friends. And a strong country. And a happy puppy that offers unconditional love. And . . . . so much more! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  80. I'm thankful for friends and family who are happy and healthy. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win.
    Sandy N
    explabgirl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  81. I'm thankful for family, quilting friends, and good health. And I'm also thankful that my brother-in-law is in remission after a bout with leukemia late last year.

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  82. I am thankful for so many things, familly, health, as well as things we take for granted most of the time.

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  83. I'm thankful for my family, I don't think there's any thing more important than them. Thanks for making such beautiful fabric :)

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  84. I'm thankful for my hubby, family and health.

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  85. Thankful for my little grandson!
    amyork13atgmaildotcom

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  86. Thankful for family and friends.

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  87. Of course I'm thankful for my family and friends but I'm also thankful for the internet and all the bloggers about fabrics and quilting! I live on a small farm and the internet is there for me! I have made many, many quilting friends on here and have found many wonderful blogs to follow!

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  88. I am thankful for all the women (and men) that chose to become doctors and make up my medical team. They keep me healthy. And then I can sew, and sew, and sew some more.

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  89. I try to stay mindful and thankful for the things that I tend to take for granted: That I have my sight (although dwindling!) my hands, my creativity, and that no matter how stuck I get in a pattern, I can always find someone on the internet who is willing to share their wisdom and knowledge with me! and I invariably ALWAYS learn something new from everyone I meet. Thank YOU!

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  90. I am truly thankful for my wonderful husband - he is the BEST! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  91. I am so grateful and thankful for knowing that my brother is alive, safe and now with us for this holiday!

    Thank You for the site and everything you share!

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  92. I'm thankful that I have a warm house and healthy children and fabric I can play with :)

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  93. Thankful for family. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  94. I am thankful for the 10 years I have had with my family because of the technical advancement for kidney failure.
    Nancy Hilderbrand
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  95. I am thankful for so much - friends, family, coworkers, my job, my pets, clean air and water, the roof over my head, and my stash! Basically, I'm thankful for everything in my life except the traffic!

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  96. I have been abundantly blessed. I have a wonderful husband of 32 years, both of us are healthy and employed. We have 2 grown, independent children and a lovable pup who is always happy to see us. Many friends fill our lives and God is always there to watch over us. What more could we ask? duchick at gmail dot com

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  97. I am thankful for my gorgeous hubby as we celebrate our first year of marriage. X
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  98. I'm thankful for my husband and the wonderful life he has provided also for the warm morsel of puppy flesh named Princes Honey Doodle who is at this moment lying next to me.

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  99. I am thankful for modern medicine, because a new back surgery gave me back my life, and for my friends because I couldn't have gotten through it without them.

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  100. I am thankful for the fact that, even for a short while, I was able to be reunited with 2 loved ones who I had missed very much. Thank you Lord! God bless. Rose Santuci-Sofranko ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  101. I'm thankful for my dear husband and that he's so amazing and that we are both healthy and TTC our first, and most of all I'm thankful for that I think we did it at last) I already have few pregnancy symptoms from those listed here: http://rocketparents.com/first-symptoms-of-pregnancy/. Going to make my test tomorrow))) Wish me luck!

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