Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Hope y'all have set aside some surfing time this week because... 
It's Giveaway Day, the Ultra-Fun Semi-Annual linkup hosted by Sew Mama Sew!

I love this opportunity to share some favorite things, and to meet new blogger's! 
The giveaway bundle I have put together includes:
One Vintage Market 5" Stacker, by Tasha Noel
Three Fat Quarters of the three prints shown, also by Tasha Noel, from her line "Country Girls".
One Handmade Scissor Cozy, plus whatever happens to jump inside it... and..
One downloadable PiNS pincushion pattern, by Sugar Free Quilts!
I really enjoyed making this over-sized cushion last month. It is large, and fully-lined, making it very durable - mine is getting a lot of use!

If you are new to my blog, Welcome!
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Today, I have selected a few of my favorite links that I hope you find useful and inspiring:

I made four Scissor Cozies last month, using the tutorial from S.O.T.A.K. Handmade.
You could say I have been on a bit of a bag-kick as of late. I was spurred on by Bag It!, running through the 14th at Elm Street Quilts. Patty has tempted us with tutorials for weeks now, and has encouraged us to enter any bags we make for the chance to win goodies from her sponsors!

This week, I have finished two more bags for the Bag It challenge. Jewelry rolls for traveling!

I over-dyed the fabric for the top case, using an ice-dyeing method and Procion Dyes. Pictured in the background: A Kona swatch placed playfully under the rack in the tub I used,  in the "drainage". It came out better than the bird fabric and I ended up soaking the main fabric again.
Well, more dyeing in my future and I will be sure to post about it!
Two years ago, I made two of these jewelry rolls , guided by the tutorial at Haberdashery.
I kept my corners squared to avoid making bias binding, and I attached my zippers on top of the vinyl. You can read about that HERE if interested. Those first two are a practical size for weekend getaways, but the recipients of my newest rolls travel quite a bit so these are a bit larger.
Lots of little travel-type fabrics selected...
Pink Roses line the inside.
I used beads for the tie-off ends, and little jewelry-stops for the other one.
Thick felt insets are added inside the pockets. These are helpful to keep things cozy and stable.

Five new buttons are on my sidebar that may interest you: 
1. Quilty 365, a Block a Day hosted by Quilty Folk - start anyday you like!
2. Word of the year 2016 - make a mini and enter to win!
3. RSC2016 Monthly Scrap Challenge
4. Sew Simple Saturdays - A new, monthly linkup to share tips and tutorials for prizes!
5. Quilty Orpan Adoption - A giveaway linkup with prize incentives, coming again this Spring!

On with the Giveaway, right? 

Please leave a comment here, prior to midnight (Vegas Time!), on Sunday, Dec.13th.
I would love to know what Sew Along's you are participating with, or perhaps good book you have recently read!
If you are a current, or new Bloglovin follower, leave another comment for a second entry.
If you follow RedLetterFabrics on Etsy, leave a comment for a third entry. 

Finally, Thank you so much for visiting! 
Due to the high volume, I will not be able to reply to comments as I usually do!

323 comments:

  1. How cute! I finished On the Move by Oliver Sacks a few weeks ago. Such a brilliant mind, I'm sad that he died earlier this year.

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  2. I'm not currently sewing along, and I'm not really into books- find most of my info online. But I love Vintage Market fabric line! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. Right now I'm not following along with any sew alongs. Life is too hectic and I have my WIP pile that I'm trying to whittle down =) Most months its all I can do to keep up with my Stash Bee blocks. Oh, well.

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  4. The last good book I read was The Girl in the Spider's Web.

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  5. Just finished Me Before You by Jo Jo Moyes. Very good book!

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  6. Well been to busy sewing for books or sew along.....But will get on a book after christmas season is over......happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  7. I follow you on bloglovin..................happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  8. I'm not doing any sew alongs at the moment, but I'll see in the new year when more start.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  9. I'm currently doing the Midnight Mystery QAL with Meadow Mist Designs

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  10. I am currently working on Bonnie Hunter's new mystery sew-a-long. Love making her quilts every year. Thanks you for the opportunity.

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  11. I'm not participating in any a-longs at the moment. I'm still working on a crochet along that finished in the summer. :)

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  12. I am rereading the Elizabeth Peters Amelia Peabody series. I never read it in order and it has been fun.

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  13. I love to read and a wonderful book is Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, it covers lots of issues with life and families, how we face challenges, and brings every emotion to the fore throughout the story. Thank you for great giveaway. x

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  14. I am rereading the Elizabeth Peters Amelia Peabody series. I never read it in order and it has been fun.

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  15. I already follow with Bloglovin. x

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  16. Thanks for the giveaway. I just finished reading Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay, which is a must-read! She's phenomenal.

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  17. No sew alongs, after 3 years of Presidents Challenges at Guild, I felt I had to participate as I was VP, I am FREE!!! Finishing up a quilt for me, then 2 baby quilts, nieces!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  18. I actually haven't participated in any Sew alongs...but I'd like to! I do participate in a mini quilt challenge group on flickr, I guess that counts, right? We sew a new mini every month with certain requirements; last month, we had to use at least 9 churn dash blocks and make a mini no larger than 20 inches.

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  19. No sew alongs currently. I'm a fan of the In Death Series by JD Robb (Nora Roberts). Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  20. I am a new follower with RSS Feeds.

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  21. I mostly read mysterys , Peter Roberson is a favorite

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  22. Have to get my act together to join in a sew along in the new year. A recently finished an Alice Munro short story collection. I had not read her stuff before and I really enjoyed it.

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  23. HELLO,I love "Vintage Market"! Thanks for sharing! I'm working on blue+cream place mats for Christmas gifts. MERRY CHRISTMAS ! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  24. I have not participated in any sew-alongs, but I like the idea of the Quilty 365 sew-along.

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  25. I made the "Project of Doom" by fandominstitches.com this year. It's not yet finished, but I'm getting there. Thanks!

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  26. Haven't yet joined a sew along, though I hope to in the new year! I recently read Louise Penny's The Nature of the Beast, and it's one of her better Gamache novels.

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  27. I am a new follower via bloglovin - looking forward to coming back and seeing more of your projects. Thanks for the chance!

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  28. I am a new follower via bloglovin - looking forward to coming back and seeing more of your projects. Thanks for the chance!

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  29. I'm going to participate in the Stash Bee in 2016, looking forward to learning new things and making new friends. Thanks for the chance!

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  30. Thanks for a great giveaway. I have yet to participate in a sew along but I've recently been interested in starting/ joining one :)

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  31. Following on Bloglovin @TrekkieChick29

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  32. I'm not doing any quilt alongs, but I am part of the blueberry park mini swap on instagram and it's been a blast so far!

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  33. I'm not doing any sew alongs but I do try to have some paper piecing underway each week to link up with the Paper Piecing Party every Friday at Quilt Art Designs. I've also done Project Quilting the last several years and that's always fun.

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  34. I recently discovered the author connnie suttie, I raced through one of her series of books and have just started a second series

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  35. Very clever and cute. I am doing the Moda Sampler Block Shuffle. I am in the process of making Holiday Cookie Mix Gift Bags. You have a wonderful giveaway of goodies to offer us. Your homemade Scissor's bag just makes so darn personal and makes that one person feel so touched by you. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway and Happy Holidays to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  36. This year is(was) a chaotic one, a new baby girl almost 11 month old, so my sewing time was inexistent. I have blocks for another SAL waiting to finish. But I sew some block from the Fat Quarter Snapshoot.

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  37. I'm not doing any sew alongs, but hoping to get a few good sewing books for christmas =) Thanks for doing a giveaway!

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  38. Hope I win! I follow on Bloglovin' ayngemac(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. Thanks for making some more bags as part of Elm Street Quilts Bag it. These are just wonderful!

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  40. I recently read Go set a watchman and it was good!

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  41. I have just re-read a wonderful book that incorporates quilting in the story. The book is called Emotional Geology and is by Linda Gillard.

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  42. I have never participated in a sew-along, but I want to join the Crossroads sew-along from the FQS soon.

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  43. I have read A Palace of Tears and Black Rabbit Hall recently. Very good reads. I noted also on you side bar all the Welcomes in different languages. A good Kiwi one from here in New Zealand is Ki Ora meaning Greetings, Hello

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  45. Hmm. The most recent sew-along I did was for the Oliver + S Swingset Skirt. Thanks!

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  46. I just finished Station Eleven. I never read sco-fi and loved it anyway so I definitely recommend it.

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  47. I am going to host a QAL in 2016 called Play with Me. If you are interested you can check it out on my blog! thanks for the chance!!

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  48. I am finishing up a few WIPs I've started and need to get done. My other intention is to continue getting healthier and losing some more weight.

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  49. I'm a follower via an email feed and blogger and your jewelry bags are too cool with that over dying you did.

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  50. I love to read anything by Shannon Hale or Jessica Day George! Find Goose Girl or Dragon Slippers and you'll be hooked!

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  51. Not doing ant sew alongs but looking forward to Crossweaves quilt a long.

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  52. I just finished Saturn Run by John Sandford & Ctein - great book. Thanks.

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  53. I'm a follower of your blog via Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  54. I also have been following Bag IT! All the people on my list are getting bags this year LOL

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  55. I just finished a book I thoroughly enjoyed, titled I Will Always Write Back. I highly recommend it.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  56. Fantastic! I started the Technicolor Galaxy Skill builder BOM. Very intense, but I've learned so much!

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  57. Currently finishing FQS Snapshots and Quilt Doodle.

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  58. I'm working on my Farmer's Wife quilt a long.
    Spetzie at att dot net

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  59. I just read Wool by Hugh Howey! Good read!

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  60. I follow with bloglovin - thank you!

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  61. I haven't participated in any SAL, but maybe in the new year I will.

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  62. I have been happily following with bloglovin.

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  63. I'm not participating in any SAL at the moment. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  64. Never been in a swap! I've been reading Handmade Markerplace

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  65. I'm trying the Altaire mystery quilt as my first quilt-a-long. THanks for the giveaway!

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  66. I'm currently participating in Meadow Mist Designs mystery quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. I'm currently reading the 6th Harry Potter Book so I can talk to my kids about it (they've handed it to me over and over for about 2 months--I finally caved and started reading it--I think again, but I can't be sure). Those are great bags!

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  68. Love your bags and scissor cozys. I'm doing Meadow mist designs mystery quilt.

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  69. I would not be a very good candidate for a sew along, I like to do things on my own at my own pace.

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  70. I am doing Bonnie Hunter's Allietare mystery.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  71. LOVE your projects, what inspiration!
    I'm currently reading Ms. Perigrine's Home for Peculiar Children--it's a neat fiction book.

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  72. Really neat site, I am inspired. I love the so scrappy site too. I think I would like to try that this year. Don't you love a good tutorial, I finally got over my fear of zippers using a tutorial. Love those scissor bags and that pin cushion, oh my!

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  73. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I have just finished reading Mistaken Identity. It is about a lawyer that takes on a new client that has been arrested for murder. The woman turns out to be her identical twin sister that she didn't know she had.Great book!

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  74. I finishing some heating pads for Christmas presents!

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  75. I had to follow you on bloglovin to see what you do next. Maybe I'll see what you do in the scrap challenge.

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  76. No SALs, but listening to Agatha Christie audiobooks.
    Thank you for this giveaway opp!

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  77. I'n doing the FQS 1930's Farmer's Wife Sewalong and the Glisten QAL (kat-gray@hotmail.com)

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  78. Wow have you been busy! I get books at the thrift store, read them and then take them back! I don't remember the titles, but Fern Michaels is my fav author!

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  79. All the Light We Cannot See. Great book.

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  80. Just read The Martian - great book!

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  81. I am currently following ?Meadow Mist Designs Midnight Mystery QAL!

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  82. I haven't done any sew alongs lately or read any books lately. I've been too busy with family stuff.

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  83. I follow on bloglovin.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  84. Bazaar of bad dreams, by Stephen King.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  85. I just finished Big Magic by Liz Gilbert and I am recommending it to everyone who will listen, lol. It was fantastic and really great to amp up your creativity.

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  86. I have never attempted a sew along (my bad right) but I just don't have the time but maybe some day.

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  87. I have actually participated in only one sew along, registered but not participated in another, and I try to follow the recent Bonnie Hunter mystery. Thanks for the chance!

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  88. I am enrolled in QAL, but I am so far behind.....thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  89. The best book I've read recently is The Nature of the Beast by Louise Penny. Simply an excellent novel.

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  90. I follow you on Bloglovin, as well as via email: wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  91. I'm an etsy follower: wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  92. I ac t u ally have only done one sew along and it was a private group.

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  93. I have not participated in a Sew Along but have read a couple of good books: A Walk in the Woods and The Girl on the Train

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  94. My more recent sew along was Dog Gone Cute with Sew fresh quilts, <3

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  95. I have just finished reading The Girl on the Train, thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to others. Love the little scissor case, it is very cute x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  96. I am following you via blog lovin and email x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  97. I have yet to do a sewalong, but hoping to jump in on some this coming year! Those scissor cozies are great :)

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  98. My recommendation for a book is A Terrible State by Kathryn Nelson - super read

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  99. I am currently reading Everything I Never Told You

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  100. Love your work, beautiful! I have not done any sew alongs. I do however do several BOM programs, one of which is Farmhouse Window Sills at my LQS.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  101. I'm a follower via BlogLovin.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  102. I'm following you on Etsy.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  103. I'm hosting my own new Sew Along for 2016 from the book "Sew Fantasy Toys" grecomara at gmail dot com

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  104. I am a current bloglovin follower, Mara Capron, I so want that Pins pincushion pattern, very cool!

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  105. It's been a while since I've read a book for me, but I've been reading the Paddington Bear Collection to my boys and we are all enjoying that.

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  106. I'm joining in Bag It now, too. Love your Japanesque scissor cozy!
    (So nice to see a name I know right above me! Hi Mara!)

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  107. I don't do Bloglovin' but I am a very happy email follower. ;-)

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  108. Of course I follow your Etsy shop, too! Etsyan's unite!! (Etsian? Etsien? Etsyian???)

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  109. Oh how lovely - and I like the jewellery rolls with the vinyl; a great idea to use up my scraps of clear vinyl!

    I just finished reading Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell and absolutely loved it - recommended!

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  110. I'm not a sew a long person. I'm reading Downto Abbey right now.

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  111. I'm not currently doing any sew alongs. I can recommend the latest Robert Galbraith book though.

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  112. I already follow on bloglovin

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  113. I never participated in a sew along (always afraid will not manage with the time frame)- would love to try once :) Thanks so much for this great giveaway!

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  114. I'm your loyal follower via bloglovin:)

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  115. I have 2 little daughters so no time for sew alongs at the moment but would love to in the future.

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  116. I plan to do the RSC2016 along with the rest of you.

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  117. I've been following the Elm Street Quilts Bag It! sew along and have quite a few Christmas gifts done. I haven't read lately but am hoping that Santa brings me some new books to enjoy over the holidays!

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  118. I fell behind this summer and I'm still needing to finish the Farm Girl Vintage sew along!

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  119. I do Ho Ho Ho and On We Sew, plus New to Me - both from Celtic Thistle Stitches, plus of course I'm doing Bag It! with Patty :D The monthly scrap challenge for 2016 and Sew Simple Saturdays both look good - I'll have to check both of those out :)

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  120. I hope to start one of the mystery quilt alongs this next year.

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  121. If you like mysteries, I love reading the Three Pines series by Louise Penny. You must read them in order! Happy to have found your blog. Many thanks for sharing!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  122. I'm a new follower by Bloglovin. Many thanks!

    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  123. I work at a library, so always reading....currently Browsings by Michael Dirda. I am currently involved in the Bonnie Hunter 2015 Mystery Quilt and the 1930's Farmer's Wife QAL. I will be doing a Bee Hive swap next year and the Modern HST QAL

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  124. I did a Jo Morton quilt class and a QAL on Craftsy.

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  125. I am following on bloglovin' Thanks!

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  126. I'm doing an informal sew-along of So Sew Easy's Conference Tote with my sew-bestie.

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  127. I'm hooked on Louise Penny at the moment!

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  128. And favorited on Etsy!

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  129. I'm reading Rebecca West's Black Lamb and Grey Falcon - it's heavy but good

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  130. if a block of the month counts as a Sew A Long, then I am doing Farm Girl Vintage at a local shop.
    rtgandy at gmail

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  131. I have joined a quilting bee with BlossomHeartQuilt for 2016.

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  132. I don't do any sew a longs, always afraid I won't keep up. Been reading a lot of David Weber lately but if your not into SiFiction they are not for you.

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  133. I love all kinds of mystery and "Who Dun It" books, don't really have a favorite author.

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  134. I just finished Robert Galbraith's (aka J.K. Rowling) latest book Career of Evil. Can't say it was a great read. A bit too dark and grizzly for my taste.

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  135. I really like the Flavia de Luce mystery series!

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  136. The new Michael O'Brien book is the next on my list. Too busy sewing now to read though!

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  137. Great post! Have fun with your give away! XO

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  138. I haven't participated in any sew alongs, but it is on my list for 2016

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  139. I follow you through Bloglovin

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  140. I have never done a sew along but there is one coming up in January for the Mila blouse that I am planning on participating in.
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  141. I've never done a Quilt-a-long...unless you count long distance projects between my Daughter in NC & me, in Ohio? lol I am busily finishing up Christmas projects tho! Haven't read any "grown up" books in such a long time...just Disney, Berenstein Bears, etc etc giggle...

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  142. I already follow you thru Bloglovin & Email too :)

    Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way!

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  143. Follower on Etsy as well.. as Gmabear2 :)

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  144. I'm not doing any sew alongs, but I just finished Lisa Pace's "Delight in the art of Collage" as well as re-reading "The Hobbit".

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  145. I am not doing any sew alongs. I haven't read for fun in awhile, either! Hmmm... I did get Lori Holt's Farm Girl Vintage book for Christmas, but I haven't peeked at it because I want a surprise! :)

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  146. I am following you on bloglovin!

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  147. I just finished reading (or rather listening to, so i can read and sew at the same time!) Go Set A Watchman

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  148. Sad to say I'm not reading anything right now and I've never done a sew along. Thanks.

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  149. I've never participated in a sew-along and since I'm just wrapping my first quarter of grad school, unless you want some riveting academic journal articles recommended I'm all out of recent book reads!

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  150. I am part of the Crafty Gemini online Quilt Club and we have been doing a BOM which just finishing this month :)

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  151. I am finishing Lean In by Sheryl Sandber - great book!
    rose(dot)minn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. I just finished re-reading To Kill a Mockingbird. One of my favorites.

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  153. Thanks! I'm reading a book called "Ocean Country" that I won on Goodreads. I'm about 1/3 the way done. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  154. I recently read Suzanne's Diary to Nicholas... made me cry!

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  155. I'm not currently participating in any sew-alongs, but I'm thinking it might be time again! (Although I'm still trying to finish my orange peels quilt from forever ago!). Thanks for the chance :)

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  156. I am currently doing 2 sew alongs. The first and most advanced is the Meadow Mist Midnight Mystery quilt, and the second is Bonnie Hunters annual Mystery Quilt. I love doing projects like this, and like to keep up to date with clues.

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  157. I'm not doing any sew alongs or reading any books right now!! My most recent sewalong, I think, was a pair of pajamas.

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  158. I follow you on bloglovin - auschick

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  159. I'd like to be following along with Katja Marek Millefiore QAL, but haven't started yet (and this is the last month). Better late than never, as I try to get my printer/copier hooked up and networked. I do the Mystery Designer BOM at Fat Quarter Shop and am addicted to those. Again, keeping up is my challenge. Books -- I read voraciously, I don't watch TV, and I'd like to know what genres you like. Then I'll give you lots of recommendations.

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  160. I follow you on Blogger Dashboard, not Bloglovin', if that's Okay.

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  161. You've been one of my faves on ETSY for some time.

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  162. I'm not doing any sew alongs, but I did read an amazing book recently: 33 Days to Morning Gliry. It is life-changing!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  163. I'm not doing any sew alongs at the moment but would love to in the new year. I have been enjoying reading a few Sandra Brown books recently. Merry Christmas!

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  164. I'm right now in the Farmer's Wife sew-along it's so much fun:-)

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  165. What a fantastic giveaway! I never thought about having a sissor cozy before - I think I'll be adding that to my list of things to make. ;-)
    I'm currently rereading the Outlander series of books by Diana Gabaldon. So good!

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  166. no sew-along because i´m new to sewing. :)
    mincefreak@hotmail.com

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  167. I have never done a sew-along. But I do think it sounds fun. I just started sewing this summer.... and I'm hooked!

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  168. I follow you through bloglovin.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  169. I've never done a sew-along.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    :)

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  170. Listening to A New York Christmas by Anne Perry. So far it's good enough to make me get another at the library. Thanks.

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