Friday, March 28, 2014

Can I Get A Whoop Whoop? Time For A Giveaway!!

Hi, all!

It's Friday - are you ready to give out some whoop whoops?  I am - and I've got a giveaway today that will have four of you whooping it up big time too!!

A couple of weeks ago, I saw a blogpost that had me dancing in the aisles - and here's the back story so you'll understand why.  When we moved into our lovely old house, it didn't occur to us that the 200+ trees in our yard would make our house very dark inside during the summer.  Lots of shade combined with low ceilings make for very dim lighting!  So currently, my sewing room has two windows, two torchiere lights, an overhead light, and sometimes I add an Ott light for task lighting.  Even with the sewing machine light on my tabletop machine, or the gooseneck light on Jolene, it's hard to see what you're sewing during the day, and it's almost impossible at night.  So when I saw someone raving about LED lighting, I had to check it out…




The company's name is Inspired LED. They have all kinds of LED lighting - but I was on a mission.  I jumped over to specialty lighting and found the sewing machine lighting kits.  Take a look at the kit contents…




Pretty simple!  The flexible strip of lights is adjustable to the length you need - you just cut it between sets of three light bulbs.  Peel off the paper on the back to stick it to the top of your machine throat.  Attach the on-off switch to the back of your machine, also with stickies on the unit.  Plug the light strip into the box, plug the power cord into the other side, and position the strip clips to keep the cord out of your way.  How simple is that?  



For those of you visual people, the above is a video of the installation process. 



The pictures above are from the LED Inspired website, showing the installation on a small-throated domestic machine.  Here are some pics of it installed on my Juki TL98-Q…


Seen here with only the machine light on...




…and here with the LED lights on.  The lights are so bright the picture looks dark!

And then I put a second set on Jolene.  Here's a picture with the LED lights turned on - look at all that lit up area!  So much better and brighter than using the gooseneck lamp.  Now I can redirect the gooseneck to get to other spots in front of the needle!




I can't wait to try some custom free motion quilting and ruler work using the new lights - it should make it so much easier!

I've suggested to Inspired LED that they make a longer set for long arm quilting machines - I could have easily used a 22" strip instead of the 11.5" strip they sent in the kit - and a longer power cord for the long arms, because it has to travel with the machine.  Hopefully those will be available soon, but even the 11.5" length is great on my 26" long arm quilting machine!

All in all, I'd say this product is definitely worth the money.  Thirty dollars for the kit shown above, and they also have free shipping!  If you sign up for their newsletter, the first email you receive from them contains a 10% discount on your first order, too - sweet!  (Unfortunately, the kits are already discounted, so it doesn't apply to them, but you can use it on other great items on their website!)  

And now for the giveaway - Inspired LED has generously provided four sets of the sewing machine lighting kits for the readers of my blog!  So if you would like one of these for your very own, leave a comment below answering the following question…


Beach, mountains or city?
(for me it's beach - where I am this week!)
(Whoop whoop!)

You can have a second entry if you are a follower - please leave a second comment!

And don't worry - if you just can't wait to purchase one, go ahead!  If you win, Inspired LED will refund the purchase price to you!  What a deal!!

I'll draw a winner and announce it next Friday - giving four lucky folks a great reason to whoop it up!!


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And on a very personal note, 
I've got a BIG whoop whoop!  
My daughter and son-in-law have been
pre-approved for their adoption!


We're one step closer to having
a cute little Chinese grandson!

呐喊呐喊
(that's whoop whoop in Chinese!)

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And now it's your turn!

What's got you dancing the happy dance?


What's making you jump for joy this week?
(Gosh - there's that darn beach again!)

Share with us - we want to dance and jump right along with you!

Remember - it doesn't have to be a finish!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight -
hope to see you there!

Hugs!

Sarah

PS - GenerationQ's blog has a story about the Hands2Help Challenge today!  How cool is that?  Click here to go see it...



248 comments:

  1. Good lighting does make all the difference! Those LED's look wonderful. And the beach for sure. Galveston is so close and we have not been in over a year.

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  2. Why, yes, as a matter of fact I am a follower.

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  3. I need that light for my sewing machine.

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  5. I am a follower. We live by a bunch of beautiful beaches so I am all for the beach. Looking forward to catching a sneak preview of Captain America this weekend.

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  6. Mountains, definately mountains...says the girl born and raised in the Pocono Mountains who lives in the middle of FLAT, cornfield- filled Illinois?!?!

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  7. ...and I love following your blog :)

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  8. I just ordered a kit for myself! Thank you so much for sharing this great lighting.

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  9. I love following you. What a treat it would be to win this great giveaway!

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  10. I'd jump for joy if I could live in the mountains.

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  11. I'd jump for joy if I could live in the mountains.

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  12. Mountains in winter, beach in summer!
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful lighting resource.

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  13. Mountains in winter, beach in summer!
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful lighting resource.

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  14. What a difference having good lighting can make. I am absolutely a beach person. Ocean beach to be specific. I never get tired of watching and listening to the waves. Thank you for this opportunity

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  15. Mountains so I can hike. Congratulations to your daughter and to you.

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  16. Hi, Sarah. Happened upon your blog and have enjoyed seeing the beautiful quilts you post. I'm quite envious about the lighting sources you discuss. I'm just thankful if I can find a basic lamp. I linked up to your party, however, I made a mistake and did it twice and can't figure out how to undo it--ouch, and sorry!
    best from Tunisia,
    nadia

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  17. I live in the mountains and I love to visit the beach. I can only stand a city in very small doses!

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  18. What a bright solution! I live on the plains, so being at the beach or the mountains is always a treat.

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  19. I live surrounded by water, so I'll pick mountains, never city. Thanks.

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  20. That lighting looks amazing and at 30 dollars a kit that's really affordable. I live in Iowa where we don't have a lot of beaches, mountains, or cities so I'm adding my own. Prairies and tree groves!

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  21. I'm already a follower. Love your blog.

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  22. Beach, beach, beach! As I've mentioned before, I've retired to the beach....downsizing to a "vintage" single wide trailer. I LOVE my new community!
    I'll be looking forward to pictures of that new baby! Cheers!

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  23. And yes....I am a follower! This is the second time I've seen a post about those lights and they look wonderful!

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  24. I love the mountains, especially in the fall when the leaves are changing color. Thanks for the chance to win this great lighting set!

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  25. Cool lights! I hadn't seen these before. I would love to go to a beach! I am so sick of snow and we got more yesterday. I follow your blog via Bloglovin.

    sew4given AT aol DOT com

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  26. Ooh, tough question. Beach, as long as it's not TOO hot, in which case I pick mountains :-). Those lights are pretty neat!

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  27. Love the lights, would love to win but will be investigating anyway - living in the best city in the world I guess I'm a city girl! Congrats that you have a grandson on the way - so do I so I know how you must be feeling :D

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  28. I am mountains, but I also love the beach. And I think the LED solution you found is awesome!

    spirit dot in dot stoney at gmail dot com

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  29. Mountains.....as long as I have beach that I can get to in less than 2 hours!

    I do not like hot weather, but I love flying kites in the spring on a deserted, or nearly so, beach.

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  30. Beach. I am so tired of this past winter, I want to be warm. Have a good vacation.

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  31. I'm mountain. The wiew at the top always calms me.

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  32. mountains for me!! Love these lights, and need lighting help in a bad way!! Thanks for the chance.

    This week, the only thing I can say is I found a house I want to buy....it makes my heart smile...but the reality of buying it is not the same as wanting it. but still.......

    Thanks for the chance!! Crossing fingers!

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  33. I love all three (city, beach and mountains)! Probably in that order. :)

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  34. What a great product! Beach for me, I'm ready for some warm weather.

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  35. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance!

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  36. I follow your wonderful blog via bloglovin

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  37. Wonderful lighting idea!! I follow via GFC

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  38. Right now I'd love the beach!

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  39. for me it is always about the mountains although I do like the beaches and don't mind wandering on them for a short while, I am not a waterbaby

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  40. Mountains for me. We've seen lots of gorgeous scenery by hiking in various mountains and especially in National Parks.

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  41. Congratulations to the parents on moving closer to their final adoption day. I'd certainly take him to the beach if I were you. ;)

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  42. Thanks for the chance at this great prize-do I ever need these! Just got back from the beach and it was beautiful!

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  43. Oh such wonderful news about the soon to be addition to the family. Thanks for the info on the LED lights. Me, I think I'm more of a mountain girl.

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  44. I follow you on bloglovin. I'd love to win the light strip for myself, but I'm thinking of buying one for my mom anyway. It is getting hard for her to thread the needle, and she will only sew during the day now. Lights might fix that!

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  45. The older we get -- I'm not saying you're old -- the more light we need. Thanks for the tip. Definitely, put me on a mountain top any day.

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  46. Also a daily follower. You're on my dashboard.

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  47. Beach! And congrats on the adoption preapproval, that's wonderful!

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  48. Mountains ..... Thanks for a chance to win. Janita

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  49. I love the beach... and it is only 10 minutes from my home :) Kathi

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  50. Mountains -- I'd love to go back to Zion National Park. We just didn't have enough time there.

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  51. I'm a follower. I hope the adoption doesn't take 'forever!'

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  52. Definitely mountains! I'm from Idaho and we don't have a lot of water.

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  53. And of course I'm a follower -- I just haven't finished much to share lately!

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  54. WOW Sarah -- you have alot to celebrate this week -- thanks for the great information and the giveaway. I'm a toss up between beach and mountains - love them both. Congrats on your soon to be "new" grandchild. Karen

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  55. We'd love to live in a little mountain community by a lake, little cafes and a quilt store on main street.

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  56. I would love to have the LED lights. I find that the older I get the harder it is to see what I am doing!

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  57. Ya know I'm a happy GFC follower....but even better you are right on my blogroll. These lights are fantastic!!!The one on my sewing machine is AWFUL!!!!! This would be a lucky, lucky win!

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  58. PS CONGRATS on your one step closer to having a little Chinese grandson! How awesome!!!

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  59. BEACH!!! Especially after this winter. I would love to try these on Mr. Juki!

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  60. Beach and mountains. Great light system. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  61. Following on bloglovin'.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  62. I live close to great beaches, but I prefer a mountain vacation. thanks for the chance.

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  63. I'm a follower. thanks for the second chance.

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  64. My first choice is the beach...but a quiet, secluded, personal beach with my own beach house and hammock :) Awesome lighting, btw :)

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  65. I'm a follower ;) Thanks for a second chance to win some terrific lighting. My current lighting is terrible so this would be great to have.

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  66. I love camping and hiking, so I would have to say mountains. Oh, wait, I just moved to the Ozark Mountains! LOL
    I would love those lights for my treadle!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  67. I am a follower...and I'm not anonymous as stated in my last comment - weird. I don't know why it did that. I'm Kari. =) kjanetvilay@gmail.com

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  68. Beach!!! We have 7 mnths of winter here seems like lately - so any warm beach it is! Best wishes for the adoption! So exciting!

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  69. oh, DH and I struggled with this choice, and decided for retirement it will be BEACH!

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  70. Beach! But since the weather is still unpredictable even in April, we are choosing to go to a small "German" city for our 20th anniversary this year. We'll go to the beach later this spring or early summer!

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  71. The beach. I was out in Cali last fall and was on the beach several times. Nothing like the feel of sand beneath your feet.

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  72. I am a follower! (using feedly)

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  73. The Adirondack Mountains for sure! Love the trees, lakes, marshes, water lilies, and on and on. I need better light also. Will check out the lights

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  74. Well, I am also an avid follower. Is it cheating to put an LED set on my treadle, hmmm?

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  75. I live in a rural area 2 miles from a beach. But the beach is still the place I want to be! I am fortunate to have a window close to my sewing table but as I age I do need more task lighting :)

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  76. I love to visit the beach, but I would love to live in the mountains... so serene and peaceful... I love the sound of the wind in the trees.

    I would love to win a set of those LED lights. A friend has them on her machine and they are wonderful!! We just didn't know where to find them, so thanks so much for the good info.

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  77. Wow Sarah how cool is the sewing machine lighting kits. Thansks for the chance to win. I am your follower and have link up to this week Whoop-whoop party with a finished quilt for Love Quilts in Brazil. So glad to know your chinise grandson will arrive soon Whoop-Whoop for your family!! As for me, living in the montains I am ready for a beach. I miss it so much. Enjoy your time in the beach. Hugs

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  78. All three...I live in Southern California...and it's the weekend! Plus my 8 year old niece is spending the weekend learning to quilt, last weekend was learning to thread the machine and picking fabrics!

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  79. those lights look great!

    I've chosen to live in a big city, which has a great view of and easy access to the mountains, but I'm currently craving the beach!

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  80. Mountains! Went to WY last year, and the Grand Tetons were gorgeous! Had a wonderful time in that clean, high-energy mountain air and rafting on the beautiful Snake River.

    Congrats on the adoption clearance, that's wonderful!! And thanks for a chance at this awesome giveaway.

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  81. MOUNTAINS! I'm a mountain kinda gal. Always have been. And my happy dance this week is that I finished the crib bumpers for my grandson to be born in the next week or two! Congrats on your soon-to-be new grandchild!!! Thanks for your cheerful blog. I just love following you. Whoop Whoop!!! :)

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  82. Mountains...anywhere i can ride my bike! I certainly could use some lighting for my sewing area!

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  85. I'm with you about the need for lighting. My children laugh at me and say that the most important historical person for me would definitely have to be Thomas Edison because of his light bulb. Funny thing is, I live in Milan Ohio, the birthplace of Thomas Edison. :-) In answer to your question, I love all three, but it would probably be the beach with mountains being a very close second. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  86. I am a follower, and a very happy one at that. :-)

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  87. As an adoptive parent, congratulations to you and to your daughter and son-in-law! This is terrific news!

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  88. beach would be my first choice, but love the mountains too. I see enough city. Thanks for the chance

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  89. I love the mountains near my home. The beach is too far away.

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  90. Mountains, definitely mountains... Recently spent over a year in Pyrenees and I'm hooked for life.
    I share your excitement over adoption as well - our case (the second stage) will go through on 8th of April. While it's not so exciting as in your case (I'm a guardian already) I will be very happy to draw a final line over the case.

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  91. These are awesome. thanks for the give away

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  92. These are awesome. thanks for the give away

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  93. HI!!!! I would love to have one of these lights!!! Sounds wonderful!!!! I also have to have lots of light!!!! Never city....love mountains but would choose the beach especially right now....ALL MOST SPRING!!!!!

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  94. I am a follower!!!! Thanks for the fun give away!!!!!

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  95. I love the city... so much to do and see! Thanks for the chance - one of these would be perfect for my sewing station which is in the basement and the lighting is limited! Thanks for the chance!

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  96. I follow you via Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra chance!!

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  97. I just this on a fellow quilter's machine and was telling my hubby about it. So cool! now I can show him! thanks.

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  98. I just this on a fellow quilter's machine and was telling my hubby about it. So cool! now I can show him! thanks.

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  99. I would have to choose the mountains. I'm not a hot weather, beach type of person.
    But, like you, I live on a shady lot, and I really need that light strip for my sewing machine! These old eyes need more light

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  100. I would say beach... but I like mountains too... can I pick a month in each place? :) thanks for the chance to win!!

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  101. And I am a follower. Thanks again!!

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  102. in my part of the country Whoop is used often. I live in College Station. I would love to win the lights. I bet I could thread my machine better. The kids would probably love that. See you would be making three of us happy.

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  103. I have been drooling over these lights for a long time! Thanks for the chance to win some for my machine!

    Now, you gave three choices, but I have a fourth: Prairie! I'm not big on the beach or in the city; mountains are the best of the three, but I would much rather be on the prairies, with wide open skies, with wind turning the grasses or crops, and with clean fresh air!

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  104. Tough decision. I love them both equally, but I will have to choose Beach over mountains, mainly because of the ticks. :)

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  105. Those lights are super clever! I am a happy follower.

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  106. My sewing room is the darkest room in the house. I could always use more light. I live in the mountains, but crave the sound of the ocean.

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  107. I definitely prefer the mountains - maybe because I was born on top of one. My poor eyes could use some extra help - thanks for the chance to win.

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  108. I'm a follower with Bloglovin' - thanks again.

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  109. Mountains. I would love to have this lighting. I sew in an old farmhouse with very little lighting. It would help a lot.

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  110. Yep, I'm a follower - at least for the last 3 years.
    Hugs

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  111. I like the sounds at the beach, but not the sand (everywhere). I don't care for cities - maybe the museums, but not the traffic, ugh. I guess its Mountains. Love the peace and quiet and the hugged feeling there.
    (Have a great time on your vacation.)
    Hugs

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  112. And of course I'm a follower!

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  113. I would love to live in the mountains! Or on the beach but only if it was on the oregon coastline!

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  114. I got my LED lights for my long arm at Lowes, their lights snap together so you can create a longer strip.

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  115. Cool LED lights. My choice would be beach.

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  116. Definitely beach! Congratulations...I'll be watching for that new grandchild.

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  117. I love the mountains. I love to see trees and listen to the wind through the leaves. I love waking to a cool weather and rain storm every afternoon. Did I mention that I love trees?

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  118. I love the mountains. I am a follower and check your blog every morning while drinking my coffee.

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  119. I would say mountains. Glad to hear your whoop-whoop!

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  120. I would say city, I love those lights! 656dbishaw@gmail.com

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  121. I follow you through email. 656dbishaw@gmail.com

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  122. I follow you via bloglovin'. thriftstorecrafter@yahoo.com

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  123. Seriously? Of course for me to live - beach. I have never lived more than 25 miles from a beach in my life. I love all options to explore, but salt air and waves and sand - gotta have 'em.

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  124. I lived on a mountain for 10 years in a log house, very rural setting, so I will take the beach. Haven't been too the beach since my honeymoon, 19 years ago. I'm not really getting older but lighting sure helps with quilting. I'm going to check these lights out for my longarm.

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  125. Been a follower for a long time.

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  126. Mountains, beach and city ergo Vancouver!

    I love the beauty of the mountains, the warmth of being on the west coast in comparison to the east, and shopping!

    Congratulations on the pre-adoption. I totally understand the anticipation. My husband and I were months from traveling to Nepal for our little girl when that program was closed by the Canadian government due to corruption in Nepal. We were so far into our wait for domestic adoption that it would be just as quick to wait for it as to start over with a new country. China is a great,stable, program. So happy for you.

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  127. beach! I love the salt air by the ocean :)

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  128. Woo Hoo, I could sure use some light! That is the one thing that I am missing dearly in my work area. I have space, but no light

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  129. Woo Hoo, I could sure use some light! That is the one thing that I am missing dearly in my work area. I have space, but no light

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  130. I love the beach. And I love the mountains, too. (Glad I live in NC because we have both.)
    I've been a follower for a long time and love your wonderful blog.

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  131. Whoa! Those lights make a huge difference and I can see where they would be a big help to someone like me with eyes that aren't as young as they used to be. For me it's the mountains in every season except winter and then it's the beach.

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  132. I've been a follower for quite some time now.

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  133. Mountains! I love the scenery and solitude...as long as I can stay inside when it is cold.

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  134. Mountains for sure! Great product. I have low lighting issues with my eyes and this would help out a lot. Thanks for the tip and the chance to win ;c) shopgirl7232(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  135. I'm a follower as well ;c)
    shopgirl7232(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  136. Mountains for me! Lighting is very important for me, too.

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  137. I am a follower......love to see those quilts each week.

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  138. These lights are great! Would be so excited to win. I love mountains, and city life for shopping, but live in a small rural town that is quiet and very scenic countryside with lakes, gentle rolling hills, lots of trees. Lovely to see this daily.

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  139. I am a mountain girl. Nothing better than the quite whisper of the wind through the trees to inspire endless hours of inspiration while designing the next quilt. What a wonderful giveaway, thank you for sharing.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  140. Those lights would be perfect for my aging eyes. Definitely mountains for me.

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  141. I'm a follower of yours via email.

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  142. I'd have to say beach as well, though I live in Kentucky, a landlocked state. But I grew up in Denmark, a country with lots and lots of ocean side/beach, which I love to visit every summer. The lights look perfect! Our eyes will all need more light the older we get!

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  143. And yes, I am a follower of your blog! Glad to take a second chance!

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  144. Beach!!! Thanks for the chance to win the LED light. I really need a new light, I was checking the stores just this past weekend for something to give me more light at my machine.

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  145. Mountains! I'm a Colorado girl!

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  146. I love the mountains! I see the Sheep Mountains out of my dining room window every day.

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  147. I am also a follower of your blog!

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  148. I looked at those lights at the quilt show and almost got one. I do lots of sewing at night since i work all day!! I Would have to say the beach. there is nothing like the soothing sound of the surf and warm sun on your face.

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  149. Since I live in the foothills of the Sierra's I'll say the beach!!! Ocean, lake or river.

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  150. I'm a follower. What an amazing light system. It will solve the lighting issue for many of us!!!

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  151. Those lights look amazing! Thanks for the giveaway. I'm a beach girl through and through. Nothing makes me happy like the sound of waves and the smell of salt water. Enjoy your beach vacation.

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  152. Awesome lights. I have three lamps surrounding my machine for lighting. I would have to say mountains.

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  153. I love these lights! Beach for me!

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  154. For me it is the Beach! I live in the mountains, but my heart is at the beach.
    Love these lights! Thank you for the give~away!

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  155. Oh my, that light system seems like it would be the answer to my problem. Thanks for letting us know about it! Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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