" Sensational Square-agonals" Craftsy Class

" Sensational Square-agonals" Craftsy Class
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Friday, October 1, 2010

Fall Into Fall Giveaway

Thank you for visiting my blog and thank you Debi for setting everything up!

My giveaway is your choice; an autographed copy of my just released new quilt book "Square-aganols; A New Angle on Quilting", or a generous stack of Art Gallery fat quarters. And I just might throw in some extras!

What do you need to do?
  • Leave me a comment ....if you have the time I would like a comment about my blog, my new book www.stitchedbuy.com/Home/my-book-page-1 or my web site www.stitchedbuy.com if you don't have the time, just say which giveaway prize you would want!
  • Leave your email address so I can contact the winner on OCTOBER 15.
  • Click on the scarecrow to take you back to the list of participants so you can continue your Fall into Fall Giveaway adventure.

Please feel free to become a follower of my blog and my adventures! Have fun, good luck, and thanks for stopping by!

198 comments:

  1. I'd love some FQ's!
    thanks for the chance
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  2. Wow, you are really getting into the big time!! Love the book, not just because I was a tester but for the fact that it has great and easy projects. Way to go girl!!

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  3. I want to win the book. Thanks
    quiltsampler.blogspot.com

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  4. I love both. I looked at the book and think it would be a really useful book. Though i love fat quarters too. How is a girl to choose???

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  5. I love both. I looked at the book and think it would be a really useful book. Though i love fat quarters too. How is a girl to choose???

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  6. I love Pat's fabric lines, and your book looks lovely. Thanks for a great giveaway :-)

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  7. I'd love to win a copy of your book (or the FQ's!)
    Gill

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  8. I would love to win either item...if the patterns in the book are easy enough for a beginner, then the book would be great...otherwise, the fabric is nice too. =)

    Thanks again, amkreations.blogspot.com

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  9. I would love the Fat Quarters. Congrats on your new bo

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  10. What a cool looking technique...and what a generous giveaway...please count me in :o)

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  11. Wonderful giveaway. Please enter me in the drawing!

    The book looks great!

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  12. what a fun book to work out of and to be part of the tester. you are the best and i would love the fq's.

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  13. Great giveaway options! I'd love some FQ's. What can I say, I'm a fabric adict. :)

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  14. Book or fabric? Hard decision. Would love to see the book and see the project, so I think that's what I will choose! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  15. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  16. The book looks like a great go to book when you need to make something quickly and easily. I'd love the chance to win either giveaway...thank you.

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  17. Either of your giveaways would be fine with me. Love your blog, I like blogs with lots of activity (Altho I am awful about keeping up with my own) and lots of pics. Keeps my interest. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Would love to go through your book, page by page, taking it all in - enjoying it and trying it.

    Happy Fall.

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  20. Thank you for the chance to win. I would love some fat quarters

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  21. I would love to win a copy of you book and I am such a fabric addict that winning fabric would make me soooooo happy.... Love the cover of the book, but haven't seen it to yet. As for the blog sorry but it is to stiff, Your book looks fun and your blog should reflect the fun, put a picture of the book at the top and your blog will be warm and inviting.

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  22. Wow!! Your book looks fascinating and all quilters love fabric!! I can't wait to see your book in the quilt shops!! Take care and thanks for the chance to win!
    Paulette

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  23. I checked out your book but I haven't aquired those kind of skills yet. Fat quarters would be nice. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. your book looks interesting, no math sounds good :D i'll check it out. and i'd like to win some Art Gallery fat quarters. thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    songyueyu at gmail

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  25. I'm so glad that I stumbled across your blog! I hadn't heard about your new book...it looks wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. Choices are so terrible. Your book looks fun and easy. My favorite kind of quilt.

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  27. Congratulations on your new book. They are both wonderful giveaways.

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  28. Congrats on the new book. Would love to be entered for the fat quarters. Thanks!

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  29. The book methods looks really,really interesting to me and your pic of all the ladies and you is soo neat!

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  30. Both sound amazing, but right now (being a poor college student), the fat quarters would be amazing! Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  31. Awesome giveaway! I would love to win either of them! deserae (At) gmail (Dot) com

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  32. I would love to win! I checked out your book and it looks so interesting. I will be sure to get it! Thanks for a chance to win!
    Micki

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  33. I would love the fat quarters.

    Congratulations on your book!

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  34. interesting idea with the cutting! I like it. thanks for the chance, either prize would be awesome!!

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  35. Love the book, I am all for easy project with precise directions!

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  36. I'd be delighted to win either the fabric or the book. I have to zip over to amazon.com and see if you can look inside the book. I adore quilt books. mary6850 at gmail.com

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  37. I love blocks set on point, but I tend to be off on my piecing;)
    I would love to learn easier and better ways to quilt.
    I love art fabrics and started collecting some for a stash, and hopefully I can make time to quilt some pieces to practice my quilting skills.

    Debbie

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  38. Congrats on publishing your first book....it looks like a winner! I also checked out your "Sew Many Places" cruise to the Caribbean - lucky you! Thanks for the chance to win your awesome book!!

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  39. Enjoyed visiting your website. The Quilt Photo Gallery was delightful. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. My choice would be the signed copy of "Square-agonals." Happy quilting.

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  40. I'd love to have a copy of your new book! Especially and autographed copy!

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  41. Either prize would be wonderful! Thanks for the chance!

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  42. Congratulations on your book. I haven't seen it but will keep an eye out for it. I'd love to win the fat quarters but wouldn't turn down the book either. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  43. I would love to win a copy of your book...your technique looks so interesting. cwhippc@aol.com

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  44. I can't choose! I think your book looks awesome...but I could also really use some great new fabric. :) I checked out the link to your book and I think it looks really interesting! I'd love to read more, and learn how to use your technique, it looks like it cuts out a lot of steps and saves on fabric waste.

    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway! I'd be ecstatic with either prize!!!
    ~Teresa

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  45. I couldn't choose! I may not be clever or experienced enough for the book but would be thrilled to have it; and fabric is always welcome of course!

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  46. Either prize would be lovely. I know the Art fabrics would find a happy home in my sewing room--because I am trying very hard to get away from all my very old tone on tones in muted shades. I need to change some old habits, I think.

    Your book also looks interesting, with the combination of math and quilting. I've read that many math teachers are quilters. I do only easy patchwork, most of it in the Liberated Style, but I've always enjoyed the "figuring out" part of a project, including calculating the needed yardage. Thanks very much.

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  47. I would love your book, it sounds really nice.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  48. Your very own book! Congratulations! It looks helpful and interesting!!! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  49. Wow, congrats on your book!! that is awesome. I would love either the book or the fabric. Thanks!

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  50. We can't choose!... We would love to win any of the prizes!
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!
    :)

    sistersandstitches@gmail.com

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  51. Congratulations on your book. It looks like you have been really busy but it looks like you have had alot of fun meeting all the authors and Quilting talents. What a treat. I hope your book does great. I would love to win a copy. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  52. Your book looks so interesting and fun! I would love to win it!

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  53. I would love to win either prize! I'm intrigued by the math foundation of your book. Even though quilting is an art, there's a lot of math involved in getting it done. It's the best of both worlds!

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  54. I love the look of your book! I take a 'geometric' approach to my projects. Thanks for the giveaway chances.

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  55. Your book looks like a really interesting concept, especially since I am a Math girl myself!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!! It would be a hard decision between the two, but since I have about a gazillion WIPs already, I think a nice fat quarter bundle would be put to better use right now!! Your book has definitely gone on my 'someday when I have less WIPs' list though!

    Cheers!
    Rachel

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  56. Thanks for the great giveaways! I'd love a copy of your book; all the samples your students have made in classes are fantastic!!!

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  57. I love fabric, but I have bins & bins of fabric already. Your book looks intriguing, so the book would be my choice. Thank you!

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  58. Well, how cool. I watched the little blue/red/green angles for quite a while. LOL I would love to win your book. It looks like a useful tool for quilting. Have a wonderful day. Winona

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  59. Hi Sandi Sweetie...
    Oh what fun I have had today blog HOPPING for the Fall to Fall blog giveaway. It has been so much fun. I have met so many wonderful ladies and your crafts and shares are so beautiful. It is not just the quilting but all the beautiful pin keeps and table runners and pumpkins and fabrics and totes. So many wonderful projects.

    I took a little time and browsed through your blog home sweet friend. I love what I saw. You have so many beautiful classes displayed and the projects that the ladies have shared are phenomenal. I can't believe how beautiful they are. I would so love to quilt. I have done lap projects of preprinted fabrics, but never anything like what you have shared with the diagonals. So pretty.

    I would love to win your book so that I might be able to try and make a project of my own.

    Thank you for the wonderful opportunity sweet friend. I have signed up to follow your blog so that I can keep in touch with your posts. I hope you will stop by and sign up to follow my blog as well. I love meeting new friends.

    Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

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  60. So hard to choose which giveaway so I 'll leave it your hands

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  61. You have a great giveaway, and it's hard to choose. I would love to win any of the two, but the technic in the book seems to be interesting.
    Thanks for giving me a chance!

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  62. I checked out your website-and congrats on your new book-I saw no math so I like that-lol
    I would love the fabric though if I should win thank you for the chance to win

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  63. Congratulations on your new book. It looks very interesting and I am always looking for easier ways to do my quilting (making it faster to finish). the ladies' quilts that were in the picture looked like some that I would like to make. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. Congrats on your new book! I would love to win one.

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  65. I love both prizes, a quilter never got enough fabric isn't it, I do not know your blog yet so I can;t give a commant on that, but I became a follower!
    Thank you for this great give away

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  66. Hum, decisions, decisions, decisions. I guess the fabric would be my choice.

    Patty
    Sewsecret (at) gmail (dot) com

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  67. I'd love to win a copy of your book.

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  68. Hello!
    I think I'd like the fabric if I win. Thanks for the chance!

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  69. I love math and your new book sounds very interesting! I would love to win :)

    Thank you
    SheilaC

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  70. I would love the Art Gallery Fat Quarters.
    siliene@aol.com

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  71. I would love to win the Art Gallery Fat Quarters.
    Congrats on the book!
    I love your blog.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  72. Square-agonals??? It sounds very interesting. There were certainly a lot of happy faces showing their projects!!!

    I would love the fat quarters.

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  73. I would love to win the fat quarters! Thank you for the chance, Sharonj.

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  74. Of course I want a book from a Hooter quilter! I think Hooters is a great name for a guild.

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  75. My first autographed quilt book...how fun would that be!!!! Fabric is of course close to my heart though!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!!j_winters_17@yahoo.com

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  76. What a fabulous giveaway. The fat quarters sound beautiful. Please enter my name, thank you.

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  77. The new book looks quite interesting - I hope I win, if not, I'll still go check it out!

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  78. Congratulations on the book. It looks like it could be used by even a beginner, that is great!
    I would us either that or the fat quarters; as I am one who is always keeping my stash well fed lol.

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  79. Well, I'm actually not quilting much right now, mostly sewing other things. So I'd rather have fabric.
    tinkermans.daughter@gmail.com

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  80. How exciting for you to be a published author. Your technique is intriguing, especially for a new quilter. Wish I could go on the cruise.

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  81. I'd love to win the Art Gallery fat quarters. Thanks so much!

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  82. I'd love either prize:) thanks for the chance!

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  83. Your book looks very interesting but above my skills at this point so I would love to win the FQs. Thank you for the chance.

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  84. I would enjoy winning the Art Gallery fat quarters and misc surprises intrigue me. Congratulations on your published book. When have more time, will check out the book site and the book blog tour. I enjoy reading interviews of authors. Thanks for this giveaway. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  85. I would love to win the FQ's. One can never have too many of those.

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  86. Love the book and the wonderful givaway! Polly

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  87. Congrats on the bool. Since I am a fairly new quilter, I would like the book.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    Paula
    stuplich@gmail.com

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  88. I would pick the fabric. Your book looks great, but I'd rather take a class on techniques rather than try to learn them on my own.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  89. Both look great! New ideas on quilting are always good! But I love the fabric too! How to choose....HMMMM.... I think I would go with fabric because I can order the book on line... But where I am from unique fabric might as well be dinosaur bones! In the end either would be lovely. Thanks!

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  90. The concept and demo of square angles was really interesting. So the book for me. Thanks

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  91. As I am new to quilting anything would be fab. Though I love the look of your new book. Thanks for the giveaways

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  92. Thanks for the chance. I'd love the fabric as I haven't yet delved into the world of quilting - but maybe your book could be my first go! I'm off to take a nosy round your blog now.

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  93. Great giveaway, thanks for joining us. I would love to have a copy of your book.

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  94. Great prizes! thanks for the offers, your book looks interesting..count me in! Thanks!

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  95. I would love a chance at winning the fat quarters please! don.natasha at gmail.com

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  96. I like your blog. I used the same template on my blog Ribbon of Highway (not my current blog). I don't know enough about your books to comment. I think I'd like to win the fat quarters. I'm a sucker for fabric.

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  97. Your book looks very interesting. I love how you turn math into art form. The quilts aren't quite my style (I love little pieces and tons of angles!), so I'd love to entered for the fabric. Thanks for the chance at the awesome giveaway!

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  98. Would love to win! Books look very interesting. Would love to read more!

    emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  99. Either prizes would be lovely. How could you pass up your great book or some beautiful fat quarters? Thanks for a chance!

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  100. Need me those FQs! Good luck with your book. :)

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  101. I would love a copy of your book! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Ket06e at gmail dot com

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  102. I would love a have a copy of your book

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  103. Congrats on your book! If its a book for beginners that would be great otherwise the FQs would be lovely.
    Thanks for a chance. Love your blog.

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  104. I went to your book site and saw the quilts the ladies made. The quilts were great, and they were made using a new and easier way. I am all for it.

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  105. I would love to win the fat quarters. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  106. Congrats on your book! I'll have to add that to my Christmas wish list...:) I can't decide between the FQs and book, so I'll let you. :) After all, I can't have enough fabric, but I also can't have enough quilting books!

    Thanks for the chance to enter.
    mab(at)onepost(dot)net

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  107. I went to your site. goodness what an interesting time your going to have with it. hard to choose. but I love fabric when its from others as it takes me out of my comfort zone of always picking the same tone/type. The book has gone my my Christmas list of want.

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  108. Hi! Great giveaway! I'd love to win some fat quarters. Thanks so much!

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  109. I'm relatively new to patchwork, being an obsessed cross stitcher, but your book looks interesting - I'm enjoying learning new techniques all the time. I also am quickly becoming a fabric junkie.
    Tbank you for this chance.

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  110. I checked out your book - even though I never have time ;-) - and it looks very interesting. I would still prefer the fabric though as giveaway prize - but that does not have to do with your book but rather with the fact that I am a bloody beginning quilter and am not yet ready to try new techniques. Still working on the little things and trying to finish my first quilt ever! :-)

    Thanks for the giveaway. And if you want to come by my blog and enter my
    giveaways ... you could win
    some custom-made buttons ... or a teacozy ...
    Have a lovely week!
    ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

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  111. I love fat quarters!! Nice blog - sure looks like you have fun in all your wanderings. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  112. Wow...choices, choices. Either one is great! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  113. I LOVE the concept of your book! I haven't seen it in my LQS, but from what you describe on your website it is soooooooo neat!!! I love finding new ways to make quilts, so I would choose your book! Of course, the FQs are wonderful too, but ooohhhh, the book!!!

    Thank you for participating in the blog hop and giveaway.

    wild_blue_farm at yahoo dot com

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  114. I just found your blog and will follow it. I live in WV and will be on the lookout to see if you come come to this area. I will look for your book. I would lov ewither the fat quarters or the book, they both sound lovely.

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  115. Please sign me up! Either prize would be great with me!

    The photo of your testers is fantastic!

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  116. Congratulations on the book; what a grand accomplishment! I'm a new quilter, have only made the Turning Twenty quilt several times and it's time to branch out. If you think I could understand your book, would love to win that; it's sure to take me in new directions.
    Many thanks.

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  117. I love to win this book, great that you made a book!!!!!
    On my blog is also a giveaway:

    http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/

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  118. Fat quarters are always welcome!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  119. I love fat quarters, thanks for the chance!
    aaaccc at gmail dot com

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  120. Thanks for the giveaway. I would like the book.

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  121. Wow your book would be the cat's meow. Your new tape has me very excited, how do people come up with such good ideas.
    I went over to your website to read more about your book, again wow.

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  122. Your book looks great--would love to win a copy of that. Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  123. From a programmers point-of-view, your website is very well designed. I love how you have different fonts and colors for each section, it breaks up the page and allows readers to find what they're looking for easily.

    I would love the fat stack of fabric!!! I'm just starting out, so any fabric I can add to my stash the better!

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  124. Congrats on the new book! I read the blog a little while and see that you are busy either with signings, or classes or just having fun with friends! Life of a quilter is great!
    I like either giveaway but am leaning towards the FQs.
    Thanks for participating in the hop..now off to the next blog!
    freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

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  125. Congratulations on your new book! Would prefer fabric though at the moment, thanks for the chance to win!

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  126. Your book looks interesting - I would love to win. Please add my name.

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  127. I would love either They are both great. The book looks like I could do it and it is so interesting how it works. So either one would be great. Thanks for the great chance.

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  128. I am intrigued by your book. I'd love to win one.

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  129. Winning your book would be a great fall giveaway! Thanks!

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  130. i want the fat quarters please, congrats on your book

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  131. I love fat quarters congrats on your book

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  132. I love fabric but I think I would like to win your book. It is fun to learn new ways to do things. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  133. I love the fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  134. I would love to own your book. It sounds like an interesting way to quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  135. i love the material that you are giving away. thanks so much.
    cidtwoatcoxdotnet

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  136. Your book intrigues me, but I would have to choose the fabric. My brain cells are aging, and if I try to learn one more new technique, my brain just might quit. I'm serious.

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  137. I'd love some FQ's!
    thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  138. Wow, both are great prizes! I am a super newbie quilter and would love a copy of your book!!! Thanks for the chance to win!
    canadiankristin@gmail.com

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  139. Whoo Hooo!! I just saw your book in Connecting Threads ... way to go! Thanks for letting me join the BOM Squad.

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  140. Hi: I'd just love to win some fabric!!! Please count me in - will be back to check out your blog when the hopping is finished. Drop by and comment on my blog to win some lavender sachets.

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  141. neece quiltqueen1@bluemarble.net Congratulations on the book!! Pretty exciting meeting an author. I am interested in the book but I have to pick the fabric. You know quilters never have enough fabric. Thanks for the generous gift and sell millions of books.

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  142. I am very intrigued by the concept of your book. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  143. If I won I'd like the fabrics, as I have a pitifully small stash. The book sounds intereesting also. Congratulations on being a published author!!

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  144. Congratulations on your new book. I love quilt books and am now eager to check yours out. Very exciting that you are out on your book tour. Any chance you'll be in So. Cal?

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  145. Congrats on the new book. I would love the fabrics to increase my stash. (I have a new sewing room that needs to be stocked)

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  146. Congrats on the book! Looks like there's lots of wonderful projects in it. I'd be excited to win!

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  147. How sweet of you! I love books and an autographed copy would be great! We all love fabric, too! Great giveaway! Thanks! ♥

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  148. Great options! I would take the book! thanks for participating!

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  149. Art Gallery fat quarters would be my choice if I am the lucky winner. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  150. Thanks for participating in this great giveaway. Would love the fat quarters, need to build up my stash.

    kdiaz0546@adelphia.net

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  151. I would love the FQ. Mine are slowly dwindling, and I'm not through Christmas yet! Many congrats on your book.

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  152. Hi Sandi, Oh for sure....the book!!!!! Thanks so much. I sure hope I win!! (I am a new follower so I will be back)

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  153. Hi Sandi, I'd like to be in the draw for the fabric (but the book is on my Wish List for a later date when I can get it) I love the idea of it and I think it's going to be great. I watched the little demo and all the quilts in your picture look fabulous.

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  154. Congratulations on your new book!!! How exciting. I can't wait to see it at Quilt Market....it looks great. I'd love to win a copy, autographed of course :) Fabric....if you said Art Gallery Fabric I'm saying YES :)

    Thanks so much!

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  155. I would love the chance to win the fat quarters :) Thank you!

    Katy

    caitlindevlin@hotmail.com

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  156. This newbie quilter would LOVE the FQs or your book, autographed of course *wink* so I could do a whole lot more quilting! Thank you sew much!

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  157. Congratulations on your new book! I would love to add to my fabric stash and would choose the fat quarters. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  158. Thank you for such a generous giveaway. I would be happy with either. I just visited your website. I love the idea of the quilt cruise!! Congrats on the new book. It looks fantastic. :-)

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  159. Congrats on your new book! I would love a chance to win your book. It's always fun to have another resource.

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  160. I would love to have the fat quarters! Thank you!

    www.journialong.com

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  161. I would love the fabrics to increase my stash. Please enter me in the drawing!

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  162. I have a very small stash so fabric would be really good for me!Thanks for the giveaway.

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  163. I have a HUGE stash of fabric (sinful actually!) - and I would love to win your new book! If not, I'll look for it in the quilt shops! Looks like fun - on point blocks without triangles?! I'm game!

    eem2848 at sbcglobal dot net

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  164. I am a rookie, I'm glad I can participate. May have a chance ...

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  165. The book sounds very interesting and clever, plus easy to follow. I love easy to follow! I would love to win either gift. I am always reading new books and always buying new fabric, so I would use either. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  166. Fat quarters for me please Thanks Im going to go back and read your blog

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  167. I would love to win either, Your book would be great but so would some new stash. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  168. I'm intrigued by your book. I love the mathematical part of quilting - I think it appeals because you can work out how to make patterns in an rational way, but there is still a freedom to be creative when using patterns and colour.

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  169. Wow, either gift is a great choice, so if you pick out my name you choose, am a winner just by getting to visit all these fabulous blogs and see lots of new things. Great times!

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  170. Congrats on the new book! I would love to win the fat quarters, as I am a bit short on fabric! XD

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  171. Your book sounds very interesting. I have been hesitant to try a diagonal setting because of the setting triangles. Looking forward to seeing your book in a store near me.
    Susan in NC
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  172. I love Fat-quarters!!

    Thanks,

    MJ

    mj.kortus at gmail dot com

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  173. i would love the fat quarters!

    nblexp at gmail dot com

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  174. Oh - As much as I love fabric - I would just love a signed copy of your book - it's great to try new projects and techniques....
    Thanks for the chance
    Hugz

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  175. Congratulations! I just love the look of your new book and would be over the moon if I won.Thanks for the opportunity!

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  176. I would love to win the fat quarters !
    Great giveaway!

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  177. Great give away and diffecult to choose. i think I will let you choose because those books looks great but I also love fabric very much :-)

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  178. Wow what a tough choice but it's not everyday you get to win a book autographed by the author, is it?

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  179. I would love either.....the fabric or the book would make me smile. Thanks for the chance.

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  180. Your book looks great! I think if I had to choose I'd take it! Although the fat quarters are very tempting too! Thanks for the giveaway! :0)

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  181. Honestly, the book looks great and the projects amazing...could real people like me really make pieces like that? Of course, the fabric calls my name as well. Long story short, I would be delighted with either gift.

    Dot
    dminshall67@yahoo.com

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  182. I'm a sucker for fabric. I'd love to win the fq's. Though I'd also like to know about sewing in square-agonals. I'm not envisioning how to set on a diagonal without set triangles. Have fun on your tour :0)

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  183. I just don't think I can choose. I love fabrics but you book looks very interesting too and I love to try new ways of doing things. I guess if I was forced to choose I would go for your new book.

    lsandes@comcastnet

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  184. The book is fabulous! I'm always interested in learning different techniques and methods, and would love to win the book!
    I'm a new follower and a fellow West Virginian!

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  185. Hi, Sandi! I'm short on time right now, but I am now following your blog, so I will come back and check out both your book and your website! I think I'd pick the fabric, though - you can never have too much fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  186. Sandi, Can't wait to learn the new technique at From Past to Present on November 8th. I would definitely take either prize.
    woollardr205@comcast.net

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  187. I am entering for my daughter Mel, her computer is down and she called and asked if once again I would enter her in contests, I couldn’t say no as she helps my wife and her mother with their charity quilting projects. I try to support them any way that I can.
    thank you for putting our name in your drawing. Florida area
    tcsean(at)aol(dot)com

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  188. Okay, Sandi, I'm entering your contest. If I win, I'll take the fat quarters. I already have your book.

    sharon.bouchonville@gmail.om

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  189. Thank you for the awesome giveaway. FQ are always nice.

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  190. I'd love to win a copy of your autographed book! Thank you for entering me.

    bjleh(at)comcast(dot)net

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  191. I would have to say the fabric because I am still a new quilter and I need all the fabric I can get my hands on. However I went to the link explaining more about your book. I have to admit i was intrigued. maybe when I have done more and learn more basic techniques my mind will be ready for your book. Thank you so much for the giveaway and Blessings to you.
    blue_eyed_gypsy2000@yahoo.com

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  192. I would love your book!

    I stopped by your website and had a look around. So great to be featured for AQS. I love your Blue Spaghetti and Stonewall Jackson quilts the most.

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  193. Congratulations on your book. Your quilt 'angels' look like they had so much fun making your models. If it's my lucky day, I'd like the fat quarters, please. Thank you so much for participating and giving away such lovely prizes.

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  194. thanks a bunch Sandi for your generosity of opps and offer! i love both options :) if i have to choose i need the fabric ! :)
    i love the fall aspect of your blog and the header is stunning! W o W!!
    best on your new adventures in book touring !
    be blessed ...
    tea is on at FHC if you need a break :))

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  195. I'm easy (don't tell!). I'd like either. The book title sounds interesting. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  196. Well, I'm definitely intrigued by the book title, and I'm going to have to check it out. I'd love to win either the book or the fabric - beggars, also known as bloghoppers, can't be choosy! Thanks for the chance to win.

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