Friday, October 1, 2010

Friday Finishes and Fall Into Fall! Bloggers Giveaway!!

Congratulations to the Winners!

Stitch & Flip - Jessica from NJ
Frayed Edge Fun - Monica from TX
Quilting For People .... - Marcia from the US
Traditional Two Block Quilts - Mary from NE
Hand-Stitched Boxes - Melinda from GA

Thanks to all who participated!  I'll be having more giveaways soon (one by the end of this month!) so be sure to come back by often.  I can't wait to get to know all of you better!


Hi, all!

It's Friday, it's October, and it's a giveaway!!  I've joined up with the Fall Into Fall Quilt Bloggers Giveaway, which is a fabulous giveaway going on at lots and lots of blogs today!!  Be sure (after you read this post and enter my giveaway!) to go check out the others!!

First of all, the info about the giveaway - - - - I'm going to give away five great books, and I think this time we'll spread around the goodies and have five winners!  So without further ado, here is the line-up....  (You can read more about each book by clicking on the name of the book, which is linked to Amazon...)


Book #1:  Stitch 'n Flip Quilts, by Valori Wells.  


Book #2:  Frayed-Edge Fun, by Evelyn Sloppy.




Book #4:  Traditional Two Block Quilts, by Sally Saulmon


And finally, for those of you who might want to try out something a little different, 



Book #5:  Hand-Stitched Boxes, by Meg Evans

All of these books are from my bookshelf, and are in excellent condition except for #3, Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time To Quilt, which has the size of each quilt written in the table of contents (sorry about that!)  They have been languishing on my bookshelf and really deserve a good home where they will be loved and worn out, since they are each excellent books!  I just don't have time to pick and choose my patterns at the moment. So you benefit!!

Here's how you enter:

1.  Leave a comment!  Which of these books really rings your bells and gets your creative juices in a tizzy?


2.  Become a follower and leave a separate comment saying you have, or leave a separate comment letting me know you already are one!


3.  Blog about this giveaway on your blog, and leave a separate comment with the link to where you blogged about it!


4.  And finally, because generosity has its rewards, if you've made a fabric donation to our quilt ministry, please leave a separate comment saying so for one additional entry!
So - - - you can leave up to 
four separate comments for this giveaway!!  
Four chances to win!! Woohoo!!  

Random.org will be the one picking the winners. Maybe this time I can figure out how to get her picture on the blog!!

Entries will close no earlier than 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 14th, Central Standard Time.  Winners will be posted on this blogpost on Friday, October 15th and announced on my regular blogpost that day also!   You have a few days to enter, so get to it! 

And now, for my Friday finishes!  This week I seem to have excelled in finishing things that others started - - - first of all, here's a lovely sudoku quilt pieced by my friend Pam.  I finished what she had started for the back, then quilted and bound it.  It's found a new home with a lady in our church with medical problems.


Don't you just love my little photographer's assistant?

I also bound this lovely appliqued quilt for fellow ministry-quilter Marsha, and it has gone to its new home with a lady who had surgery this week....


I bound this sweet flannel baby boy's quilt which was pieced and quilted by someone in our Wednesday night sewing group.  It is on its way to Texas to a brand new baby boy whose parents are connected to our church....


And I finished piecing, quilted and bound this beautiful baby girl's flannel quilt, also started by someone in our Wednesday night sewing group.  It is on its way to New Orleans with our senior high mission group.  This is their sixth trip, I think, to New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.  The quilt is going to a family they have been working with since they started going there, who are celebrating the birth of a new baby girl!


That's not all I've done this week, but I think it's enough for this post!  It feels really good to get some stuff finished!  I'm going to link up to Amy's Sew & Tell Friday and Andrea's Lush Friday - be sure to check them out and see what everyone's been up to this week!  

And don't forget to enter the giveaway here, then bop on over to the Fall Into Fall blog and see all the other great places having giveaways!  It looks like there's over 150 bloggers and on-line stores participating - that makes good odds that you might win something!!!  Good luck!!!

Later!

Sarah


PS - My friend Vickie at Spun Sugar Quilts is celebrating her 600th blogpost with a fabulous giveaway!  Be sure to go over there and check it out!!!


And check out the giveaway at the Crazy Quilt Girl Fabric Shop!  She's got a wicked crazy selection of fabrics at great prices!!

213 comments:

  1. Can I enter from the UK???
    If so I'd love Stitch'n'Flip!
    Gill

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  2. I'd love to be counted in for Book no. 3. (if you are allowing overseas readers that is). Your quilts are gorgeous.

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  3. love the baby quilts! And book #4! Great finishes!

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  4. Choices, choices - you are too good to us.... all the books look fantastic but Stitch and Flip looks like it has some new challenges in there....
    Your quilts are georgeous and so is your assistant....
    Hugz

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  5. PS - I am already a follower/stalker...
    Hugz

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  6. PPS not a quilt ministry strictly but for the last couple of years I have helped gather fabrics and make childrens quilts for charity...
    Hugz

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  7. I would have to say it would be the Traditional Two Block Quilts. Can't go wrong with such great design and color.

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  8. The stitch n' flip book looks like a winner--hope I am too!! Thank you for your generosity☼
    ♥Duff

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  9. I am a follower--happily so!
    ♥Duff

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  10. Great finishes! I just love the Sudoku quilt-I'm going to call all my 9 patch quilts Sudoku quilts from now on!

    Great give away! #1 intrigues me.

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  11. Stitch and Flip looks really interesting!!

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  12. I would love to have Quilting for People Who Still Dont Have Time to Quilt.

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  13. I am a follower on my blog, Quilting Fun. http://lauralovesquilting.blogspot.com/

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  14. I blogged about your giveaway.
    http://lauralovesquilting.blogspot.com/

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  15. Hand Stitched boxes looks like fun, thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. I love that Sudoku quilt! Fabulous! Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o) Larri at Seams Inspired

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  17. Thank you for th chance to win. check out my giveaway when you get a chance. stitch and flip looks very intersting to me.

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  18. I love the Stich and Flip book!

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  19. I would love the stitch and flip book! It looks fantastic! :)

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  20. I would love the Valori Wells book - #1. Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for the link.

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  21. Great finishes this week, Sarah!

    The Stitch & Flip book sounds very interesting!

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  22. Follower! I think that Quilts for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt was written for me. ;)

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  23. Quilt ministry donor. Two-block quilts always intrigue me. A seemingly simple idea with so many beautiful possibilities.

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  24. I posted about your giveaway here:
    http://quiltyhabit.blogspot.com/2010/10/quilting-book-giveaway.html

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  25. Stitch'nFlip catches my eye. :)

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  26. I am in love with ALL the books...each of them would be welcome to my growing collection :)

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  27. Valorie really turns me on!
    quilter_lindae@yahoo.com

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  28. That Valori Wells book would really flip my trigger!!

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  29. Wow what a great selection of books! I'd love to have the Traditional Two Block Quilts. Thanks for entering me :-)

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  30. You have been one busy person this week - I hope that is how my week will be next week. The book that interests me most is the Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time To Quilt.

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  31. I have been a follower for a while now!

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  32. Frayed Edge Fun sounds like a great new thing for me to try. All of your books look great-I don't have any of them. Thanks very mcuh.

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  33. I am a follower and I will enjoy coming back to visit. Thanks very much.

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  34. The Stitch N Flip book looks very interesting!

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  35. I'm likin' that Frayed Edges book. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. I would love Stitch 'n Flip Quilts!

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  37. I would give Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt a very good home with lots of love.
    kaspencer50@yahoo.com

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  38. I would like Stitch and Flip. Thanks
    quiltsampler.blogspot.com

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  39. Oh hard choice, I like number 3 or number 1, I guess #3 is best for me.
    Thanks so much for the great giveaway

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  40. Hi I would love the "stitch and flip" book. It looks very interesting. :-)
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  41. The Traditional Two Block Quilts looks great. (rpshand@ns.sympatico.ca)

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  42. I would love the "Stitch and Flip". Scrap piecing has become my new love.

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  43. I am a follower starting just this week. Thx's for posting about your charity quilt program!!!

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  44. Love the stitch and flip book. Your quilts and dedication to donations is very admirable!

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  45. I'd love #3 or #4 or #1
    Thanks for the chance
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  46. new follower!
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  47. I blogged about Fall into Fall with a link to all the participating blogs, hope that counts :D

    http://peachrainbow.blogspot.com/2010/10/fall-into-fall.html

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  48. Love that sudoku quilt!! I think that the stitch and flip book looks like a lot of fun!! Hope your friend who had surgery is better.

    Blessings,

    KT

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  49. You make my head spin! In a good way, of course:) I'd love to have the Stitch and Flip book. Hard choice, though. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. I've been following you for a while!

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  51. L-O-V-E Valori Wells!!

    thx! happy fall :)

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  52. Blogged you!!

    http://dottyjanedesigns.blogspot.com/

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  53. The Stitch and FLip book sounds wonderful!
    Micki

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  54. I am a follower of your blog.
    Micki

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  55. Great giveaway! I would love to win!
    lmchishaffer@aol.com
    www.pacountrycrafts.blogspot.com

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  56. I'm a new follower.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  57. #4 piques my interest.
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  58. I like #3, Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time To Quilt and having the sizes written in just might be a bonus!! Thanks for the chance!

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  59. I'd like a go at the Quilting for People WHo still don't have time to quilt...always looking for ways to streamline the quilting process and whip those babies out! lol

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  60. I am a follower and I still like the Stitch and Flip book.

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  61. All of your quilts are fabulous! I am always amazed at how much you get done!

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  62. I really like the Frayed edge book! looks different!

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  63. I am now a follower of your blog! Thanks maybe you can follow mine too!

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  64. all of them great books. I think I'd like either the frayed-edge fun or the 2 block quilts.
    thanks.
    loko6 at peak dot org

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  65. stitch n flip, 2 block, frayed edges, so much fun!

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  66. New follower, and looking forward to it! Come follow me if you'd like!

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  67. I added my link as a follower of your blog :-) and it's a very nice blog with a cute photographic assistant. :-)

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  68. And the book that I like of the five is that last one on decorated boxes. I have made a few on my own and am always interested in designs that inspire. Thanks for sharing five times over!

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  69. Stitch and Flip has my blood pumping!! Love to win it!! Thanks for the chance!
    Paulette

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  70. I'd love the Hand-stitched Boxes Book! Thank you for participating in the "Fall into Fall Giveaway"! Not only does it give us the chance to win some pretty great prizes, but we also get to meet some amazing people! Thanks again and take care - Elizabeth

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  71. I'd love to be counted in for Book no.1!

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  72. Seeing the stitch and flip book makes me want to head to my machine.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com

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  73. I'm following as Renee G on GFC.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  74. I am a beginner and I would love book number 3!
    Thanks for this great giveaway. And if you want to come by my blog and enter my giveaway, too ... you could win some custom-made buttons ...
    Have a lovely Sunday!
    ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

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  75. Traditional Two Block Quilts! awesome! Thanks.

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  76. And I am following your blogs. This whole blog thing, wow! What an education this blog hop has been. I do quilters networking on Facebook and Twitter but I can see I'm going to be heavily into blogs now, lol! I will have to think about having my own....

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  77. I guess if I must choose it would be number 5 the book on boxes, look interesting.... but I am a new quilter and building my library and I don't have many books, so any of the ones you are offering would be great to win

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  78. I would love the Hand Stitched Boxes book. Thanks for the chance!

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  79. I like the traditional two block quilt book. I really like the idea of it.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  80. The frayed edge book. My mom recently said she wanted to a frayed quilt, so I would give this book to her if I won.

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  81. A very generous give away--thank you. I'd like the Stitch and Flip book.

    marie in oregon
    mariebeers@hotmail.com

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  82. Your assistant is adorable, such a lucky Nana!! I love the Hand-Stitched Boxes book, what a generous offer and lovely blog. Susan(at)mathisons(dot)org

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  83. I am a follower or as I like to think about it...I have added you to my 'Avoidance' squad - those blogs that HELP me avoid anything I don't want to do b/c I NEED to read about what you are doing. LOL cwhippc@aol.com

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  84. The first book with the flipping sounds very interesting.

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  85. Traditional Two Block Quilts caught my eye. I am an old fashioned type of girl. Great giveaway. Have a good day. Winona

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  86. Great finishes, Sarah! I'm not going to participate your generous give-away, although you've got some lovely books there. I just don't need one more thing to pack!

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  87. Hi there, I think the Stitch n Flip looks interesting, very pretty cover! But I would certainly be grateful for any of them! Thanks for participating. :)

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  88. And...you have a new follower. :) jansie(at)gmail (dot)com

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  89. OH the Hand Stitched Boxes definitely rings my bell! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. Hand Stitched Boxes makes me smile - I want to dive right into that book!

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  91. Story of my life: Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt. Would love to win!!

    emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  92. I follow your blog.

    emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  93. Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt sounds like my kind of book. thanks for the giveaway!
    songyueyu at gmail

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  94. I included your giveaway in my blog today!
    http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2010/10/never-trust-anything-that-can-think-for.html

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  95. Great giveaway--thank you. I would love to win Stitch 'n Flip.

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  96. stitch and flip has got me intrigued!

    PS you can promote your giveaway on the new Quilty Giveaways site (it's free) http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/

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  97. Sarah, you have some great finishes this week! Thanks for sharing!

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  98. If you allow international entries I'd love to get a chance to win book #5: Hand-Stitched Boxes, by Meg Evans. Either way, thank you for hosting such a generous giveaway!

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  99. Good googly, moogly, you are one busy lady. I was hoping to win the Quilts for People that Don't have time to quilt, because I thought *I* was busy. Then I read what all you've accomplished! You must have taken its lessons to heart!

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  100. neece quiltqueen1@bluemarble.net I am in love with the quilted boxes. I have never seen it and I know when this comes to my house I will be an Extremely Happy Camper. Thanks for your generosity. At the moment I am making quilted prayer shawls so I am not able to make a contribution now.

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  101. I would like the Traditional Two Block Quilt book to find it's way to my mailbox. Thanks for the chance.

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  102. All your books sound great. I would pick the stitch and flip. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. Book #3 sounds perfect for me! Thanks for the chance to win!
    ket06e at gmail dot com

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  104. I like books 1, 3, & 4, but I guess #3 looks the most interesting to me. :)
    Thanks for the chance to enter!
    mab(at)onepost(dot)net

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  105. I'm also following. :)
    Thanks for the chance to enter!
    mab(at)onepost(dot)net

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  106. thanks for the giveaway. the stitch N flip looks interestng..

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  107. Stitch n Flip - Really enjoy the other Valori Wells book that I have. Amazed at all you get accomplished on your charity quilts. Totally inspires me to work on one of my own.

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  108. I am intrigued by the Stitch and Flip book.

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  109. I like Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt, by Marti Michell. Those kind of quilts really fit into my busy lifestyle.

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  110. I'd like Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt, by Marti Michell. That sounds like it would fit me perfectly!

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  111. Flip and Stitch

    or maybe the Boxes

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  112. Great giveaway! Would LOVE any of the first 3 books! They look amazing.

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!
    ~Teresa ;)

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  113. The Stitch n' Flip book would be wonderful.

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  114. The stitch and flip book looks interesting. but the two block book looks good also.

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  115. Hi there I'd love to see Frayed Edge Fun in my collection! It looks so fun! You are amazing to accomplish so much in just a week!

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  116. Hi, I am Pat and I like book #3. Wish me good luck, becaue I don't win anything.

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  117. I also signed up to be a follower, that gives me two chances to lose. Ha Ha

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  118. I would like to enter for the stitch and flip book! It looks like fun!

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  119. am not much of a quilter so i will go with the handstitched boxes.

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  120. So impressed with all of your quilting
    generosity! You definitely are a blessing!
    I would love #3 please - Quilting for People
    Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt. That's me
    for sure!
    Thank you so much for the opportunity to
    participate in your giveaway!

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  121. I would like #4--two block quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. Wow. Choices! Thank you for such a great giveaway! I think Frayed Edge Quilts looks appealing because I'm a new sewer and the fraying takes the pressure off to sew perfect lines! [wink]
    canadiankristin@gmail.com

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  123. How to choose. i would be happy with any of them.

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  124. thanks for the giveaway. 2 block book would be wonderful.

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  125. Book #1 or Book#3 - do not own any books by V.Wells or M.Mitchell. Thank you for this lovely prize for the Fall Into Fall giveaway. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  126. Stitch and Flip and Two Blocks both look interesting to me! Even more interesting it that you're from around here--and by here I mean Nashville! Howdy from a girl just a few exits down I-40 from you! :-)

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  127. Stitch and Flip looks very interesting to me! Would love a chance to win! Thanks!

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  128. OHH Good choices. WOW, I think I would go with Hand-Stitched Boxes. Those look so cool. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  129. I really like the Stitch 'n Flip Quilts but a very close second and/or a tie is the Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt. That 2nd one looks very interesting too.

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  130. stitch and flip would be wonderful. im really looking to manicure my stash A LOT! i love all of valori wells' work! thanks for a chance.

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  131. Wow, so very generous of you! I'd love Valori Wells' book stitch and flip or the frayed-edge fun book. Although, all of them look like great reads! Thanks for sharing with us!
    kelli

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  132. I really like Book #5: Hand-Stitched Boxes, by Meg Evans. Please enter me. Thank you! ~Kathleen

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  133. I am a new follower of your blog. ~Kathleen

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  134. I'd love the Valori Wells book or the 2 block quilts book. I can see myself making something out of them. Valori Wells always has great ideas and the 2 block book...I am amazed how putting 2 blocks together can change the look of them. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  135. The boxes book sounded interesting to me.

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  136. Altho Marti Michell and Valori Wells are two of my favorite quilt authors, I am intrigued with the Two Block quilt book and would choose it!

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  137. I think I would like to have some "Frayed Edge Fun"....grin.

    By the way, Quilting for people who don't have time is my first book and is great.

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  138. I would like the stitched box book. It looks like a lot of fun to play with.

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  139. #1 Stich n' Flip looks like a fantabulous book!

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  140. I think that # 5 would get my juices going.

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  141. Stitch and Flip looks pretty interesting to me!

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  142. Frayed edge fun would be my choice, they look so cozy! Thank you for the opportunity. It is so wonderful of you to give these away.

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  143. I am also now a follower, I look forward to getting to know your blog.

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  144. I have blogged about your give away on my blog, which you can view at: http://veggiehunter.blogspot.com/2010/10/give-away-quilting-books.html

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  145. Thanks for such a generous giveaway. Stitch and Flip looks like my kind of book!!

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  146. I have enjoyed looking through your blog. Love the colours in the first quilt on your Friday finishes. It's beautiful, I have discovered Crazy Quilt Girl!! Will definitely be making an order there as her prices are so reasonable. I am now a Follower :-)

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  147. I would love to try the Stitch and Flip method. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. "Stitch and Flip" sounds interesting - what? No bindings??!!

    Love to win....

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  149. I'd love to win any one of those books, Sarah, but the one about the boxes is definitely my favorite. I collect trinket boxes and have made a few. Thanks for counting me in.

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  150. I like the frayed edge book!

    quiltersr (at) peoplepc (dot) com

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  151. Thanks for the great giveaway. Stitch and flip sounds great. Really it would not matter to me as I do not have any quilt books! Thanks!

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  152. I would LOVE to win the Quilting for People Who Still Don't Have Time to Quilt! I'm a full-time working mom, who is also getting a bachelors! I have ZERO time!

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  153. I have always wanted Flip N Stitch so that is the one I pick.

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  154. Thank you for the opportunity test fortune hope to win .my loving sewing greeting!:))
    Marika Hungary

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  155. all of the books look interesting - but the boxes, that seems so unique & creative : )

    leliaevelyn (at) gmail (dot) com

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  156. I will be happy with any one of those books, thanks Sarah for the opportunity.

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  157. I have been thinking about buying the two block quilts book for some time so it would be my favorite pick.

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  158. Stitch and Flip! you just gave me a brain storm. (that doesn't happen very often) I had planned to stay in my jammies all morning but now my brain is on high alert and I need to go look through my stash. Thanks for the giveaway, and my brain fireworks!

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  159. The book about frayed edges looks fun to me. Thanks for having this giveaway. You have a cute blog. :)

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  160. Tough choice between those books! I'd have to say #3 (Quilting for people who still don't have time to quilt) would be my first choice as I'm still a bit of a beginner quilter and the patterns on the cover don't seem too difficult (although #5...Hand stitched boxes sure looks interesting too)! Happy Fall!

    bjleh(at)comcast(dot)net

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  161. I like all of the books, I enjoy reading and learning new techniques! If I had to choose just one, it would be the Stitch and Flip-

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  162. i'd love that stitch n' flip book -- those "violets" on the cover make me drool! (gross. *grin*)
    thanks for the opportunity to win ~

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  163. also a follower now (for stitch n' flip!)
    :)
    thanks for the opportunity to win ~

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  164. I'm a new follower, thanks for the chance!

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  165. I've so been wanting to try the stitch n flip!

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  166. I blogged about your giveaway
    http://amildseason.blogspot.com/2010/10/weird-word-wednesday-d.html

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  167. Oh...Stitch and Flip, please,,,I have so wanted to try that, but haven't had the courage!

    Dot
    dminshall67@yahoo.com

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  168. I'm a follower, too! I don't have a blog, but I do share favorites with quilters I know all around the world.

    ...Oh, and we have a quilt ministry of our own here at our church. Keep up the good works for the Kingdom!

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  169. I love the hand stitched boxes book I'd love to make some of them,thanks for the giveaway!

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  170. Frayed edge fun looks warm and cuddly to me!

    Xa
    xalynn13@yahoo.com

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  171. Book #4: Traditional Two Block Quilts, by Sally Saulmon

    would be my preferred book :)

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  172. I really like the 2 block quilts book.

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  173. The book that most interests me is, Traditional Two Block Quilts. Thanks for offering more than one giveaway. This has been fun.

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  174. I think my favorite is the stitch and flip book. You have some very pretty quilts and a darling assistant. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  175. *Stitch n Flip Quilts* really piques my interest! Thanks for your offer and generosity!
    tea is on at FHC when yu need a break :)

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  176. i've blogged about the GiveAway and added your specific linked Giveaway in my sidebar :) yahoo!

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  177. Oh I would love the two block book, I am not really a traditional quilter as my color choices are very bright, but I love the traditional blocks so that is the book for me!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Happy quilting
    Ginny

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  178. Frayed Edge Fun looks interesting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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