Friday, June 10, 2016

Can I Get A Whoop Whoop? Giving Away A Box With A Cause!

Hi, all!

It's finally Friday - and you know what that means!  It's time to get our whoop whoop on!  I've got something fun for today - a giveaway for two lucky readers!  Let me introduce you to a new company and a great product...

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Back in March, I became aware of a new company on Instagram called Stash Builder Box.  I checked out their website, and really loved what I saw there!  Stash Builder Box is a monthly quilting subscription box filled with fabric, patterns, notions and thread delivered to you each month for only $23.99 per month.  


But the truly great part?  20% of the proceeds from every box purchase goes towards making quilts for kids in need!


When your box arrives, you peel off the little gold seal, open the lid  and this is what you see....


Dig deeper, and this is what you find - isn't it packaged prettily?


Now, I'm going to keep the exact contents of this box secret, because one lucky reader will be receiving it, and I think half the fun on subscription boxes is not knowing what's inside before you open it!  I will tell you, though, that each box contains six fat eighths of fabric, thread, two patterns, and a goody bag filled with a few surprises.  


This is a great way to build your stash (I think the name gives this away!) but also to experiment with prints or colors you might not normally choose for yourself.  The patterns are well-written and I know I want to use both of the ones I've seen!  And who can't use more thread and notions?   If you sign up by June 14th at 9 pm MST, you will receive June's box in your first shipment.  And they will ship worldwide!  Plus here's a bonus - you can use the code SBBFIRSTBOX to get $3 off your first box!

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But this company goes way beyond just your ordinary subscription box. As it states, it is "the box with a cause".  Amanda Kelly, the owner and creator of Stash Builder Box, turns 20% of the proceeds from each box into quilts that go to children who are sick, traumatized, or otherwise in need.  Right now, they are creating quilts for the My Stuff Bags Foundation, which provides comfort and a message of hope to abused and neglected children entering crisis and foster care through its unique program, My Stuff Bags.  My Stuff Bags are bright blue individual duffels filled with brand new personal items and a warm, often hand-made "security" blanket - all theirs to keep.  Packed with items they desperately need as they adjust to their new surroundings, My Stuff Bags provide things to do and to hold during this difficult time.  It is one of the few organizations providing rescued children nationwide with new belongings in duffels that they can keep.


Such a great idea, and it really speaks to my heart!  And a truly wonderful part of this is that you can become involved, even beyond subscribing to Stash Builder Box!  By filling out a simple Application Form, you can join the team and become a Heart Builder, contributing your time, energy and sewing machine to help start and finish quilts.  Whether you are a piecer or a quilter, there is something for you.  Your skills can help transform lives!  Amanda has a very easy turn-around policy for quilt tops and only sends them at your request, so it's super easy to be involved.  Being a Heart Builder is being directly involved with the donated quilts and it's a great way to give back to those in need.

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And now that you know a little bit about Stash Builder Box, here's the fun part!  I have two boxes to give away - May's box, which is pictured above, and June's box, which will start shipping after June 14th.  And how do you get in on this giveaway?  It's simple!  Choose any or all of the following ways to enter...

Leave a comment on this blog! Tell me one fun thing you plan to do this weekend, and be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win!

Visit the Stash Builder Box website and take a look around, then come back here and leave a comment telling me you did.

Visit the Stash Builder Box page on Facebook and Like them, then come back here and leave a comment telling me you did.

Followers of this blog get one more entry!  Let me know how you follow in your comment.

And if you fill out an application to become a Heart Builder, 
you'll get two extra entries!  

So there it is - easy peasy!  The entries will stay open until Sunday midnight, and I'll announce the two winners on Monday, June 13th!

I think that's worth a whoop whoop - don't you?

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And now it's your turn!

What's got you whooping it up this week?


What's making you dance a happy dance?

Share - we want to dance right along with you - 
And it's more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight.

Hope to see you there!

Hugs!

Sarah



273 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the Stash Builder information!!!

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  2. I'm taking a class on curved piecing. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  3. What a great idea Sarah, win win all round!
    No fun things for me this weekend as we are moving house next week :)

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  4. I get to take a craft class with my 19 month old grandson ! Can't wait!

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  5. I already follow you on bloglovin

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  6. I visited the stash builder site and it is an amazing idea

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  7. Looks like a great box! I will be spending all weekend at my daughter's swim meet--lots of time sitting and knitting while waiting to cheer her on!

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  8. Checked out the site-loved seeing all the quilts they sent to Fiji!

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  9. This weekend I've company coming from out of state. So I'm in hostess mode. Cooking and cleaning, gearing up for a a Podunk style Bed and Breakfast!

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  10. I visited the website and then the blog. This family does some amazing charity work. And with three kids I'm not sure how they do it!

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  11. This weekend our little merry little group of quilters will have seven quilts dedicated at church, then packed up for shipment on Monday to aid victims of the Fort McMurray Alberta wildfire.

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  12. I visited their website and am so impressed with what they are doing. Great work. This weekend I am going to my daughters' piano recital. :)

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  13. I visited the Stash Builder website. Wonderful work they are doing. The Stuff Bag project is fabulous.

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  14. I visited the stash builders site. It sounds like an awesome program. I always have a soft spot in my heart for a charity that I can donate a quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I have been a follower of yours for a very long time.

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  16. I plan to catch up with some sewing.

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  17. Visit with a friend. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  18. Checked out Stash Builder Box website. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  19. Following on Bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  20. We are planning to go see our son and his family on Saturday. Thanks for such a generous giveaway.

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  22. I signed up to get your newsletter

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  23. I visited the stashed builder box website

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  24. I visited their Facebook page and liked them

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  25. I follow you on BlogLovin. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  26. My quilt guild is having a Sew-In on Saturday. Then, I'm going to a wedding shower. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  27. Visited Stash Builder Box website. I like the get involved aspect of their site. They'll be on my radar for donations. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  28. We are going to see about picking up some wood (from trees due to storm damage) Saturday morning and work on building the barn (porch roof).

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  29. I visited their site. It looks interesting and their cause is great. But, as always, I am hesitant to buy surprise boxes.

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  30. I see I am a GFC followerr; but, I actually have been using feedly for a long time.

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  31. What a great cause. I'm working around the house and planning my next quilt project.

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  32. I liked the Stash Builder Box facebook page

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  33. I applied to be a Heart Builder

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  34. that baby is amazing!
    I visited the stash builder site.

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  35. I just looked at my weekend goals and there is nothing funny on the list! So, I guess I will make extra time to play with my funny dog. He always makes me laugh

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  36. I'll be attending my granddaughter's birthday party. She turns 11 this year. I'm sure they'll be plenty of laughter and lots of fun.

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  37. I took a look at the SBB website. Quite interesting.

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  38. I visited the site to see what it is all about and such a neat idea for kids going into foster care.

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  39. I am a follower of your blog through my feedly reader

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  40. fun thing this weekend - running to Little Rock for a look around I'm sure we will find something to do after my appointment is over

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  41. I'm heading out shortly, to Michigan, to play with vintage sewing machines.

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  42. Just checked out Stash Builders website. I've heard of them, but, never visited them before today.

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  43. I can see the FB page, but, I can't like it, since I'm not on FB. Oh well.

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  44. Of course I follow you (have for years now). Thanks for the chance(s).

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  45. I am not sure it is so fun, but I will paint my toes this weekend. I am leaving for a training on Sunday and think fresh looking toes are a must. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Hi. I visited the Stash Builder Box website. abh10066(at)aol.com Thank you.

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  47. Hi. The fun event this weekend is celebrating my birthday, with my husband and kids taking care of the cooking and baking! abh10066(at)aol.com

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  48. i visited stash builder box's fb page.

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  49. i visited stash builder box's website, def a good cause.

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  50. this weekend i plan to make pin cushions in all colors of the rainbow, one of each color.

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  51. Is there anything more fun than a box of fabulous fabric? Love the website.

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  52. Love your review today, Sarah and that Happy Dance is my favorite yet! I will be playing in a tennis tournament this weekend! How about you?

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  53. Just signed up for the Stash Builder box and their newsletter! Can't wait to see what goodies come in the mail!

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  54. I am going to go on a hike with my daughters!

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  55. I plan on taking a nice long walk now that the temperatures have dropped.

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  56. I visited their site, and I loved it so much I subscribed to get my very own Stash Builder Box!

    I follow you via email.

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  57. I also applied to be a Heart Builder!

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  58. Today is my BOM with a friend and then lunch Saturday market tomorrow and Sunday work in my sewing room on row 2 of Humbly Quilt Lori Project. Enjoy your week end

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  59. This weekend will be planting seeds and my canna, getting some long walks in, and embroidering a t-shirt quilt.

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  60. I visited their site. The work they do is wonderful.

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  61. This weekend will involve shoveling stone (my #1 most hated outdoor project) and then some quilting of course! Thanks for all you do!

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  62. I hope to finish another quilt for Haiti. I follow you on cloud.feedly.com

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  63. First time to your blog is very real. I feel like I'm reading one of my friends text. I'm going to be sewing a quilt this weekend for a baby.

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  64. Chanovamabry@gmail.com
    Visited stash Builders and it's something I'm definitely going to do. Thank you for also telling me about the quilting for underprivileged

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  65. Heart Builders Application completed. What a wonderful organization. Never thought about my blankets helping others. Chanovamabry@gmail.com

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  66. Heart Builders Application completed. What a wonderful organization. Never thought about my blankets helping others. Chanovamabry@gmail.com

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  67. I plan to run a 10K tomorrow and hope to baste & quilt a quilt for my niece this weekend.

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  68. Chanovamabry@gmail.com
    Visited stash Builders and it's something I'm definitely going to do. Thank you for also telling me about the quilting for underprivileged

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  69. First time to your blog is very real. I feel like I'm reading one of my friends text. I'm going to be sewing a quilt this weekend for a baby.

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  70. I'm going to make a row along quilt strip this weekend. Would love to win this box. It looks so interesting!!! Thanks!

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  71. Family from CO here so I'll be hanging out with DGS#3 having fun. Your video clip had me lol.

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  72. Visited the Stash Builders website definitely interested in helping out in the future. Thanks grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  73. Like Stash Builders on FB. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  74. I receive your emails. grinnie1961 @ gmail dot com

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  75. I am going to be quilting this weekend!
    Here is a link to my current finished and WIP.
    http://thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com/2016/06/the-whole-nine-yards-of-fabric.html
    I am following you now through Feedly and liked Stash Builders on FB. tvonzalez at gmail.com

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  76. Oh Sarah, you've done it again--you made my heart sing with your post today! I love having an outlet for charity quilts, esp. kids. I am spending this weekend getting ready for our Vacation Bible School starting on Sunday, plus our son is coming home for a visit. The house isn't clean but the AC is on & the frig is full. What more could you ask for?!!

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  77. I visited the Stash Builder Box website & looked around--how dangerous, knowing you can get more fabric automatically sent to you--haha! They have lots of fun stuff, which would be a fun present to me, I'm sure!

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  78. I even "liked" Stash Builder Box's facebook -- lots of fun posts there too.

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  79. I follow Confessions of a Fabric Addict by email, although I regularly check every day without that reminder. I like your boost to my quilty feelings with my morning coffee, plus the links on the left side of your blog get me in trouble too! HA

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  80. AND...I filled out an application to be a Heart Builder--so exciting! I hope they let me help. I also see that they take tops, blocks, etc. so this is a great new resource for my quilting addiction to spread it around--woot woot!

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  81. Planting flowers this weekend after the weeding is done!

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  82. Impressive website-box is a really nice item to gift to your favorite sewist!

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  83. This Saturday is National Get outdoors day and the state park close by is having all kinds of things going on. Now if only I can find the keys to my van...

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  84. Checked out the Stash Builder Box website

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  85. Liked the stash builder box facebook page.

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  86. I think subscription boxes are really fun to open.

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  87. I'll be watching another Stanley Cup game on Sunday. That's fun when my team wins. Otherwise, sad. And sewing. That's fun all of the time.

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  88. I checked out the SBB website and enjoyed reading about Amanda & her vision for her company. Loved the photo with her 3 little cuties in the matching outfits too!

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  89. This weekend I will be packing for a two week family trip to the Northeastern Shore - Maine, New Hampshire and Boston! Cannot wait!

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  90. Sarah, I follow you on Bloglovin and Instagram.

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  91. This weekend, two of my boys are gone with friends, so it's a "little crowd" around the table. It will give me more time for catching up on the 365 Challenge Ultimate Sampler quilt. Yay!
    I didn't know this company. Thanks for sharing the info and a chance to win. ;^)
    scrap(dot)and(dot)quilts via gmail(dot)com

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  92. I just recently heard about these boxes. Cute. This weekend I am afraid it is outdoor house painting but I get a way for a few hours for a lqg sew day.

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  93. Visited the SBB website. She does wonderful things.

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  94. I filled out an application and then, I got to the last question and unfortunately, my answer has to be no. I work full time and I don't think I would be able to accomplish that last requirement. (Paste very sad face here.)

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  95. I've following you on blogger for close to a year now. Again, thanks for the chance. ;^)

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  96. Now I have started on the whimsical cats from Cheryl over at Grandma Coco's Designs, Grimsby, ( Thanks Terri)under his purple brolly, needs a friend, so "Eye to Eye" will show him a mouse, or two.A wet day here.so no excuse for not getting the block all finished.

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  97. Ivisited Stash Builder box on Facebook,I found a photo of the Blue bags, and what a gift for any small child, theirs to keep always.

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  98. Both the prize and the cause are definitely worth 100 whoops! I'd love to win a box, and thank them for donating the chances to win. I love the sound of the cause. I'm going to check them out right now. dezertsuz at gmail

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  99. I went to the Stash Builders Box site and looked around at what they're offering, plus read about the Heart Builders and volunteered. I don't do facebook, so that I didn't do. dezertsuz at gmail

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  100. I visited Stash Builder...I found the Donate page and am thinking about sending them some orphan blocks

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  101. I 'Liked' the Stash Builder FB page

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  102. I follow your blog through Blogger.com (stucker1261@gmail.com)

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  103. This weekend I'm going to install the neat LED lights I won from Hands 2 Help! And hopefully write a blog post about them.

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  104. And I visited the Stash Builder website. Neat idea.

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  105. It's been a busy week and this weekend I'm cracking open a new book by a favorite author and putting out the "Do Not Disturb" sign. Hope hubby remembers how to cook!

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  106. Awesome giveaway. I'm planning on working on the 60 RAKs I'm sending out this year to celebrate my 69 years on this plant.

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  107. I went over and scoped out the Stash Builder Box website. I love a company that starts out community minded instead of looking to add that on later for PR.

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  108. I follow you on Feedly and IG.

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  109. I visited Stash Builders website..neat idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  110. We are having friends over for a BBQ this weekend!

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  111. I am a follower via Bloglovin.

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  112. I liked Stash Builder on FB!

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  113. Fun giveaway! We've got a birthday BBQ planned this weekend.

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  114. Fun giveaway! We have a grad party to attend this weekend.

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  115. I have visited Stash Builder website!

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  116. "Liking" Stash Builder. What a great organization!

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  117. Thank you for sharing "stash builder" with us - both the information and the prizes! Strawberry picking on the list for this weekend.

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  118. String piecing all weekend...can't stop!

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  119. I follow via email...so fun to read.

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  120. I visited SBB website and....trying to wiggle my budget around now!

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  121. We are going to KC for a double birthday party. Two of the grandsons are turning 6 and 4. Will be fun to have all 7 grands together.

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  122. I visited Stash Builder website...they do wonderful work.

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  123. I went to the Stash Builder Box on FB and liked them.

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  124. I have been following your blog with GFC.

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  126. I plan to get some sewing time in. susan4cats@gmail.com

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  127. I filled out an application for Heart Builder. Thanks for letting us know about them. susan4cats@gmail.com

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  128. What a super box...the idea behind this project is AWESOME!!! :) Thank you for sharing info!!
    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :D

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  129. I will be going to Phoenix, though I'm not sure how fun the heat will be!

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  130. I visited their website. Until now, I never paid much attention. What a great thing this looks to be! Such a great cause as well :)

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  131. I just checked our Stash Builder Box site!! Their Story is great! They definitely have a Special Calling!

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  132. I already follow you thru Email & GFC...(I don't do FB etc tho)

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  133. I will be going to a community concert with friends.

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  134. I checked the stash builders box site. Looks like a fun way to build up a stash and help kids too.

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  135. This weekend my granddaughter and I are going to tie dye tee shirts. Fun! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  136. My daughter and I are painting her room!

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  137. I follow your fun blog via Bloglovin. Thanks for everything you share!

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  138. I went to the stash builders sight and filled out an application. Will probably sign up for the box too.

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  139. I visited the Stash Builder website. What fun boxes! And it's great that the company supports kids.

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  140. I follow you by email and on instagram.

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  141. I like the stash builder box Facebook page. Thanks for introducing them.

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  142. Fun thing happening here this weekend? We have a new puppy--it's fun and busy here all the danged time.

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  143. I visited the website, and loved seeing the quilts being donated in Fiji. They didn't have to be complicated to show so much love.

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  144. I follow you via email (wordygirl at earthlink dot net).

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  145. This weekend I'm meeting with my artists' group. We only meet once a month, so I always look forward to the meetings.

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  146. I follow you Sarah every way i can!

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  147. Tomorrow we are having a garage sale - which isn't fun, But getting rid of excess possessions is.

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  148. I liked the Stash Builder Box Facebook Page and also looked around their website. Amanda came up with a wonderful idea!

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  149. Thanks for the info about becoming a Heart Builder! I'm definitely going to look into it. Thx for the linky my friend.=)

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  150. I visited the Stash Builder webpage and looked around. How exciting for a young woman with three little children to be able to start a wonderful company with such a significant charitable component!

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  151. I liked the Stash Builder Facebook page

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  152. I'm hoping to go to the beach this weekend 😊

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  153. I had a good tour of the stashbuilder website :)

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  154. I follow you with bloglovin x

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  155. I get your newsletter. tljeo(at)yahoo.com

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  156. I forgot to say my quilt block of the month group meets Saturday and am so looking forward to it. I looked at the stash builder site. Love the charity aspect of it. Thanks for sharing. tljeo(at)yahoo.com

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  157. What a marvelous concept! I'm totally going to check out the web site and see about becoming involved. Then, for fun, I'm going to work on my liberated medallion QAL. :- )

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  158. I liked the Facebook page. tljeo(at)yahoo.com

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  159. I checked out the web site. Thought I would sign up to be a Heart Builder but don't feel I can due to my highly sensitive body. Stuff comes with fragrance, whether the sender is aware of it or not, and it's hard to wash small pieces of fabric. I'll keep making and donating quilts to kids locally. I follow your blog via email by the way.

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  160. I will spend my Sat with my UFO group. A great bunch of quilting ladies.

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  161. I did look at the Homepage and checked out the boxes. I do admire all that they are doing. Everyone's efforts help. I just pieced and quilted 14 quilts for our local women's shelter so I know what a quilt means to someone. Keep going!

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  162. I will be having fun in my sewing studio this weekend while my husband is doing some work in his woodworking shop. YAY!!

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  163. I have followed you via newsletter for awhile now. Love your blog!

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  164. I have checked out Stash Builders a couple of times & keep wondering if the boxes contain things that I would like. Judging from the good reports I think so, plus they do such wonderful charity work, and that makes it all worthwhile.

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  165. I liked Stash Builders on Facebook. Thanks for the opportunity to win a box!

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  166. I love helping others so I filled out an application to help Stash Builders. :)

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  167. Completed the application to help make quilt tops.

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  168. Hopefully I'll get my pool up and be swimming thi weekend. I did go to the Stash Builders Facebook page and liked it and I also visited their sight. It's a neat idea
    llamance@hotmail.com

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  169. Planning to sew this weekend as the weather is rainy and cold. Thanks!

    Please click on the delineelliott above for my email link.

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  170. I follow you by email. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link. Thanks!

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  171. I'm going to two of our granddaughters dance recital. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  172. My fun this weekend is to go to my local quilt shop for the reveal of the mystery quilt we've been working on for 8 months! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  173. This weekend I plan to work on my super Mario quilt! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  174. I visited Stashbuilders website, great program! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  175. I follow Stash Builder on Facebook and liked the page! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  176. I follow you by email! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  177. These look great, Sarah! Thanks for the chance to win. My one fun thing for the weekend...I'm heading out for a nice, long run as soon as I finish commenting on your blog :)

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