Friday, May 2, 2014

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

Hi, all!

It’s Friday again - are you ready to get your whoop-whoop on?  I know I am!!!  And hopefully my whoop-whoop will make you want to whoop too.....  Because.....



...is such a wonderful number!!!  Last Friday night at 10:35, just as I was getting ready to shut down my computer and go to bed, the little counter on my Followers button turned over to 1000!  Woohoo and whoop whoop!!  The ladies that I was staying with in Paducah thought I was a little odd when I got up and did a little happy dance - but who cares?  It’s a silly thing to be excited about, but since I am, I thought you all should be too - so let’s have a giveaway!!

How would you like to have a chance to take this home..

A Chacco chalk fabric marker (truly a great little tool - the built in wheel makes it really easy to make lovely straight and curved lines)

and these....

two packages of fabric addict post-it notes!

and this....

A charm pack of Bear Country School!

and this....

a covered pocket grid journal!

and this...

a hexie shaped paper pieced pin cushion!

and this... 


a quilter’s pillow cover, custom made by me!

and yes, even this!


One yard of Heather Ross’s cute froggie picnic print from the Briar Patch line!

This lovely bundle of loot will go to one lucky person!  Here’s how you can get in on the fun

1.  Leave a comment answering the question, “If you could buy any fabric in the world, past or present, which one would it be?”

2.  If you are a follower, you get another entry!  Leave another comment letting me know you’re a follower.

3.  If you link up for Whoop Whoop Friday, you get another entry!

I’ll draw a winner next Thursday night and post it in next Friday’s Whoop Whoop post - giving someone else a reason to whoop it up!

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And now, because I didn’t had a chance to do this earlier this week, here’s some photos from our trip to the AQS Show in Paducah....  I’ll let you enjoy these without commentary - just lots of pretty eye candy!
















Feel inspired?  I know I sure do!!

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And now it's your turn!


What's made you dance the happy dance this week?

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

For those of you new to Whoop Whoop Fridays,
It doesn't have to be a finish - just something
that's made you happy!

The party will stay open longer this week - 

Until next Thursday at 6 pm CST.

I hope you'll join in the fun!

Hugs!

Sarah


231 comments:

  1. Wow 1000, congratulations! Any fabric in the world - that would be the whole collection of that fabric that looks like pearl bracelets.
    Best wishes
    Linda

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  2. There used to be a fabric company that printed floral cottons in such a way that the front and back were almost the same -- no whitish lines on the back, and a really soft hand too. I think the company was Wamsutta, and I would LOVE to get my hands on any of those prints!

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  3. I am following you with blog lovin,' and I LOVE the quilter's pillow cover!

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  4. I haven't been quilting that long to crave just one fabric. Although new is fun, I love the older Thimbleberries lines. They were the 'thing' to use when my mother first started quilting and she still has some of those lovely pieces - they don't compare to the new Thimbleberries.

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  5. I linked up my May goals - a lighter month so I can enjoy some outdoor time.

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  6. Laurel Burch fabric has been in my sights since i got a new neighbor who carries a LB bag every day as she walks past my home on her way to teach school. I have drooled over laurel's amazing work for the last week or so and I really have fallen for her fabrics.

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  7. I follow you with Bloglovin. The quilt in your header is my favorite these days.

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  8. Of course you are entitled to a BIG HAPPY DANCE for reaching 1000 followers!!! Congratulations, you have deserved it!
    I have been following you for over a year now, I thjink, and I am loving each Friday Link up!
    (I follow through Bloglovin!)
    Esther

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  9. And of course I am linking up with your Whoop Whoop this week!
    I am number 7 in the list!
    Esther

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  10. Oh boy, what fabric would I love to have? I do not know, I love so much fabric collections out there.... Mostly I love small geometric patterns and patterns that a lines drawings or dots in white. I will be looking out to get some more fabric from a new designer called Jinny-Jou; so cheery and summery! ("Sow the Love" for instance)
    Esther

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  11. Congrats on your first 1000! I follow with GFC.

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  12. It is hard to choose just any fabric so I would love a complete set of every design by Liberty in their gorgeous tana lawn fabric.

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  13. Have returned to quilting since retiring. My favorite fabrics to create a stash of would be American Civil War reprints. Have always been fascinated by that era!

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  14. Congratulations!!
    Some of the early Denyse Schmidt lines - I missed Katie Jump Rope completely!

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  15. more batiks to create with or moving back in time to the 1930's and buying my fabric then in that beautiful green they had then! Those would be my choices :) Thanks for the chance Sarah! Congrats on reaching 1000 :) Kathi

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  16. I am a follower on GFC :) And I love spreading the word about your wonderful blog! Kathi

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  17. Your question is easy....black cotton....deep, deep, black that won't discolor with age! Congrats. on your 1,000 mark......

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  18. Whooping hard question to answer as I would like to buy lots of different fabrics. But I suppose I would really love a couple of metres of Superbike or motogp fabric then I could make my daughter a very special quilt.

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  19. I would have to say some of the early lines of fabric from Tula Pink - I missed out on several of those. Congrats on 1,000 followers!

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  20. I could never decide. That frog fabric in the prize bundle is pretty darn cute.

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  21. Oh my goodness that last quilt could make you dizzy. My fabric fabric is Denyse Schmidt Flea Market Fancy. If I could have a bolt of the original line I would be in hog heaven.

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  22. I would love to be able to get my hands on some of the older Heather Ross prints - the little goldfishes especially! And thanks for the giveaway!

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  23. And yes - I am a follower - as of last Friday night! The counter was at 999 when I joined. Couldn't leave you hanging:)
    I really enjoy your blog - always something inspiring and fun. Thank you.

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  24. Congratulations!! I'm a prim fabrics, and my favorites are Kansas Troubles fabrics ... they all work together so well but aren't overly drab so that quilts made from KT fabrics aren't too dark and dreary.

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  25. Congrats on 1000! I'd buy Downton Abbey Dowager's line by Andover. Love it!

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  26. Congrats on 1000! I follow on bloglovin'

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  27. Congrats on 1000! Sorry, Sarah, I linked up twice - my pic wasn't coming through. Oh well! Thanks for hosting the link up!

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  28. HI Sarah,
    Thanks for the chance to win some goodies. I would love to buy any Moda print out there. I love Moda fabric but don't buy it very often.


    Ruth

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  29. Congratulations! Any fabric? That's an easy one since this week, I went to pull a fabric that would be perfect in a quilt, only to find that I only had 1/2 yard (but I needed 1 yard!!!!). Botanicals by Makower UK FOR Andover in red tone on tone.

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  30. ....I'm still following you...ok,now that sounds creepy...sorry! Lol!

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  31. I follow you via Bloglovin'.

    sew4given AT aol DOT com

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  32. If I could get my hands on ANY fabric past or present, I would love more of the Dutch repro fabrics that I bought in Amsterdam in the late 90s.

    sew4given AT aol DOT com

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  33. I love home made giveaways and you've got some beauties there! So thoughtful. My favorite fabric ever is anything from the Charlie Harper line by Birch. It all makes me want to do the happy dance. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  34. If I could buy a new fabric right now it would actually be some more Japanese Taupe - pricey but pretty.

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  35. I have linked up to your Friday link and linking back to mine

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  36. I would love to collect Feed Sacks. I love 30's fabrics! Thanks for the awesome giveaway and Congrats!

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  37. Hi Sarah...ya know I'm a happy GFC follower and I have ya on my blogroll. CONGRATS on 1,000!!!!

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  38. I am a new follower but I have read your blog for quite awhile. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. I'd love a bundle of bright, colorful Kaffe fabric!!!!

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  40. Thanks for the weekly linky...I linked my April finishes...as this post also included my H2H finish from Project Chemo!! :)

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  41. Celebrate, Celebrate great accomplishment. You work very hard at what you do. You give me energy.

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  42. I am a follower. gasuski@mac.com

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  43. I would love any kind of fabric from designer Tanya Whelan.

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  44. The fave fabric question is an enigma, Sarah. I can't pick just one!!!! Unless it's name is, "Oh, now THAT is nice!"

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  45. I am a happy follower! And congratulations, Sarah!

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  46. Sarah congratulations on your 1000 followers well done you! Thank you for the giveaway it is very generous! I am truly inspired by those quilts ...just beautiful. Have a fabulous weekend. Marie x (mlismore@ optusnet.com.au)

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  47. Great job on your followers! Fabulous giveaway and totally jealous that you got to go to Paducah - I think I would just spaz out and faint with all the great quilts! - I am a follower too!

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  48. I have started to follow you.

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  49. I would get a fat quarter pack of every Bonnie and Camille line. Congratulations

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  50. I can't think of a line of fabric that I would like. When I'm shopping, if something catches my eye, I will get some of it. Lately, I have been looking for frog fabric, one day I would like to make a frog quilt. I collect frogs, and even have a frog tattoo.

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  51. Congrats on your milestone!

    There is a really old garden trellis fabric by Kaffe Fassett I want. There is none to be had and he won't reprint. Someday I will find it.

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  52. Congratulations. I follow you on RSS feed, so I'm not sure I am one of the 1000 - so maybe you have 1001 followers. I would love to have more of a Hoffman "silver" swirls that has purple, turquoise and all shades in between, highlighted with silver. A quilt I used on my bed for a long time is made with that and I would love to have more of it. I do have a drawer of frog fabric saved away for a great niece who loves them. Thanks for all your postings - I love the eye candy on Fridays!

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  53. I am a follower ( thru Bloglovin)

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  54. If I could buy any one fabric... wow.... I am not really sure. I love the old fabrics of the 1840's that my great aunts used in their quilts, but I always thought they were mens shirts.... so then! I know - I would purchase the fabric they used to make my great uncles and great great grandfathers shirts ;-)

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  55. Is a 'line' of fabric considered one? Amy Butler!

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  56. Linked my post today... written just for your linky :) Add an entry for that too! :) Kathi

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  57. Wow what a prize package. I love batiks, so would probably buy a blue and purple one I saw 10-15 years ago and can't find anywhere now. The quilts from Padukah are wonderful. I went 10 years ago when I was just starting to quilt and came away inspired and intimidated at the same time.

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  58. Dragonfly Magic Fabric Bundle would be the fabric I would buy.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  59. 1000 !!! CONGRATULATIONS !!! Nice quilts and cute dance party with the peanuts gang. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  60. Congrats on 4 digits -- big accomplishment for sure.

    Any fabric -- right now I am lusting after the metallic pearl bracelets and past fabrics would have to be Tula Pink Plume

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  61. Congratulations on 1K followers - wow!!

    I have been picking up bits & pieces of Kate Spain's earlier lines that I missed out on during my quilting hiatus so I'll go with that.

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  62. And a had a Friday Finish - WOOT WOOT!!

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  63. CONGRATULATIONS! Wow. That''s a lot of followers.
    I would have liked to buy some Laura Burch fabrics from her horses collections. So colorful and fun.
    I linked up today : )

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  64. Beautiful quilt in this post !
    Oh yes. I'm a follower.

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  65. If I could get any fabric it would be the fabrics all the purples I could get. Especially any 30's fabrics just because I love purple

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  66. I follow you with bloglovin'

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  67. Congrats on 1000! And it's actually higher than that because of people like me who follow on feedly :)

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  68. I am so bad at picking favorites that I wouldn't know what fabric to buy! Congratulations on your many followers and thanks for offering the chance to win such a fabulous bunch of prizes!

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  69. HMMM any fabric? I'd go back to Kate Spain's Central Park line. I saw it all over the place as I was starting quilting but by the time I knew what I was doing I could only find a fat quarter here and there!

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  70. Any fabric in the world...well, I would definately like to go to Bali and buy as many batiks as I could carry! That would be awesome! Congrats on 1000!

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  71. I would buy yardage of any Caryl Breyer hand dye looking fabric! Or almost any of Jenny Beyer's new lines. So usable and lots of metallic bits. Thanks for the chance at loot! 1000 is a goal for me since I have 65 followers. Congrats! LeeAnna Paylor leeannaquilts@gmail.com

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  72. I'd like some original William Morris :D

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  73. I'm a follower and congrats on reaching your 1,000 milestone. You're giveaway is fantastic and I'm giving you a shout out here on my facebook page :D

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  74. Whoop, Whoop! Love all those prizes. I used my chalkoliner last night. They are great. I don't have one in white. Love all the other goodies, too. Congrats, and thanks for the chance.

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  75. Yep, I'm a follow, too! Now to finish something quickly, so I can link a finish.

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  76. WHOOP! WHOOP! Congratulations on reaching such a huge milestone!
    I couldn't say which particular fabric I would want, but could I say that I wish fabric was made as well as it used to be? Now, most fabrics available on the market are thin, flimsy, and drenched in synthetic chemicals. [/rant]

    Thank you for hosting a give-away!
    Sarah G
    sarahmon90(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. I follow your blog! :D

    Sarah G
    sarahmon90(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. I'm following. Would love to win that pillow cover, it would look perfect in my bedroom

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  79. I added a project to your link-up!

    Thank you for hosting a give-away!
    Sarah G
    sarahmon90(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. Pick just one favorite? Don't think I can. I'd love Katie Jump Rope or older Lizzy House and Tula fabrics, and I LOVE Architextures

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  81. Congrats on reaching the thousand!

    My foster puppies are doing great and finally the dog on the left bottom corner of Pheasant Quilt is finished. What else to wish for? Nicer weather? Winning a lottery? LOL

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  82. I don't know the name of the fabric anymore, but it had lovely yellow roses all over on it, and I bought a full yard of it. (I'd never bought that much at one time - on speculation. I even remember where I bought it... a little shop in Mt. Shasta, CA - on the way to visit my sis in law in Athena OR in the late 1990s. There is nothing left of it... That is the One I would have wanted a bolt.
    Hugs

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  83. I am a follower - I'd follow you anywhere, Sarah.
    Hugs

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  84. I am obsessed with Moda's Simply Color line - I have one charm pack and a little bit of yardage but need more!! ;-) Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  86. AND...you're killing me...count me know in. Present BATIKS would be my fav's.

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  87. My Fridays could not be complete, if I didn't follow you! Ahhhh...I'm getting treatment weekly!

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  88. I love them all but I like the sugar flower line the best., thanks

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  89. I would buy the whole Downton Abbey line!

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  90. I love the Pam Kitty fabrics, I fell hard for the "morning" line, so I would say a supply of all of the Pam Kitty lines from the past, the present and the future would make me super happy.

    Just in case: (m3reyna at gmail dot com)

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  91. If I could go back in time I'd buy Kate Spain's Terrain, I loved it and never got my hands on any. Congratulations on 1000!

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  92. My all time favorite fabric is Moda California Girl. :) Love that Line of course I love Moda Marmalade too. hmmm. I can't decide.

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  93. I love following your blog. :)

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  94. I would love to get my hands on some Central Park by Kate Spain!

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  95. Some of the older Tula pink fabrics, or Kaffe fabrics would be my choice. Congrats on the thousand followers!

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  96. Congratulations! That's quite a prize package. I'm not sure what fabric I'd want, I don't really pay attention to the designers or the line. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  97. I follow you by email and enjoy every post.

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  98. I linked a finish! Whoop, Whoop! Have a Great Weekend!

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  99. I'm all linked up - I haven't had anything finished in AGES! Feels good :)

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  100. I would buy some Nacncy Wolff Penguin fabric - I ADORE that fabric!

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  101. Ooops - that should have said NANCY not Nacncy!! I am a follower :)

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  102. I follow you via Bloglovin'!!

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  103. and...any fabric really. I especially love "happy" colours..bright and colourful!

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  104. I don't know the name of the fabric since when I used the rest of it I cut the selvage off, I have some scraps of hydrangea fabric that Has various blue and violet colored hydrangea on a fuchsia background with an acid green leaf.

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  105. I've joined the linky party this week. Congratulations on hitting 1000!

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  106. Congradulations on 1000! Fabric I would buy -- given that I have absolutely no budget for new fabric right now, i am not too picky! I would buy something pink and floral! Thanks for the giveaway! What makes me do the happy dance this week is my oldest daughter turning 9 today! sarah@forrussia.org

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  107. Just one fabric? ? ? ? Boo hoo! I would buy any Jo Morton.

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  108. I love Kansas Troubles fabrics! I'd have to buy up tons of that!

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  109. Any fabric in the world.....have no idea but it would be something I dont have now lol

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  110. Congratulations on 100 followers! If I could bu yany fabric, I would get a yard of every Liberty lawn ever printed.

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  111. I follow your delightful blog via Bloglovin. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  112. Congratulations! If I could by any fabric it would be Kaffe Fassett's "Forest of Arden" in any colour.

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  113. I would want to buy some old otherwise way out os print and otherwise unavailable zebra fabric.

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  114. I follow and read drool over the quilts on a daily basis.

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  115. As far as what fabric I would love to get my hands on......it would be old fabrics from my Mom's scrap bin 50 years ago. I recently pulled out a small quilt I made when my Mom taught me to sew. The quilt wasn't finished until my daughter found it in my scrap bin. She added more squares and sashing and made it into a small blanket. Now the blanket is being used by my Mom and holds the history of a family of sewers. I love to watch Mom feel the fabrics remembering the dresses that the scraps were from. And fingering the seams made by her daughter and grand daughter knowing that the sewing gene was passed on.
    I wish I could find a whole box of old scraps of memories in the attic.

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  116. Hands down, yards and yards of the purple cloth mentioned in the Bible.

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  117. I follow your blog.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  118. I want so bad to find a fabric collection that features the Minions/ Despicable Me for a special little 2 yr old who loves that movie. But for now, I would love to have Katie Jump Rope. Fun fabric
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  119. Congratulations Sarah! I know how excited I was to surpass 100! I can't imagine how it must feel for 1000! Good for you - you have an awesome blog and great parties!! I'm a GFC Follower... Hugs, Karen

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  120. Yippee -- any fabric in the world.... oh gosh... I think it would be this lovely fabric from the Blackbird Design ladies... At Waters Edge. It had so many pretty pieces in it. Always see it crop up on older quilts that I just love -- thanks for the thought... Congrats again! Karen

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  121. I linked up a pretty new free wall hanging pattern & tutorial this week - fun stuff with 3d flowers and crosshatch quilting. For all to enjoy! Thanks Sarah for the awesome giveaway! How generous of you.

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  122. I'd love to get Charlie Harper's White Breasted Nuthatch. I love the mid century modern look of it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  123. I've been a follower for a couple of months.

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  124. I've also linked up for Whoop! Whoop! It was painless!

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  125. Congrats on teaching 1,000!! I am a follower and you always inspire me to do more sewing!

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  126. If I could buy any fabric it would probably be shot cottons. I love those fabrics and have yet to work with them!

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  127. I'd get more of a lovely deep cream with burgundy flowers that I used in a Valentine project.

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  128. I'm a follower too!! Congratulations on 1000!! I hope I get there some day!

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  129. Congrats on your 1000! I need to learn how to blog. I love following others and have some fun ideas to share. My next fabric purchase, I hope, will be Bari J's Emmy Grace. It's so cute. Not sure exactly when it's coming maybe June? Thanks for the chance to win! shopgirl7232(at)yahoo(com)

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  130. I follow you as well! Thanks again ;c) shopgirl7232(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  131. Congratulations on reaching 1000! As for fabric...I don't know of a particular one, but I love bright and rich colors. The quilt highest on my queue will be made of red and white.

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  132. I am one of your faithful followers! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  133. I also follow your Whoop Whoop Friday linkups! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  134. Hello - sorry but too late to link up for Friday, but would love a chance at this fabulous package anyway! Thanks for the chance!

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  135. Hi Sarah - at this point my fabric love is anything vintage, but if you see my link, I won't be purchasing fabric for a long, long time....teehee

    Whoop, whoop, hope you have a fabulous week!

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  136. Anything Moda. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. If I could buy any fabric it would be something of Kaffe Fassett. I just cannot afford his stuff but it's so darn beautiful!

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  138. I follow you via email. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  139. Call me Crazy, but the first fabric past, present, or future that popped into my head was the Curtains from Gone With The Wind that Scarlett O'Hara made into a dress. Can't help but think that she was a quilter at heart - we'll use just about anything!

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  140. i would purchase me and my sister's line with the circles inside of circles, that are different shades of color, in teal.

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  141. i am a follower! my computer crashed and i lost all my blogs, so glad to find yours again!

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  142. I am trying to remember the name of a bundle that I saw and really wish I had bought. Does Marmalade ring a bell? Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  143. I am one of your followers! Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  144. Congrats on 1000 amazing ! I don't have a specific fabric but I loved all the French General line . Thanks so much for the chance .

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  145. Congrats on 1000... I think I would buy enough of the Downton Abbey Fabrics to make quilts for myself and my sisters...We are big fans...

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  146. I entered my Kitty in the Window Quilt in your linky party

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  147. My fabric of choice would be anything from Anna Maria Horner. Love her designs.

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  148. 1000 followers! That's an awesome accomplishment! Congrats! I would love to have some yardage of the fabric line Ruby by Bonnie and Camille from Moda. Thanks for this generous giveaway!

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  149. The original orange and black Ghastlies print by Alexander. Henry!

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  150. I would love the fabric from my grandmother's wedding dress. I have the bodice, I'd like to make a skirt.
    Lin

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  151. I have been following you on Bloglovin' for awhile.
    Lin

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  152. The fabric I would love to have would be Heather Ross with the mermaids and other fishy delights. Can't remember the name.

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  153. I have been a follower of your blog and enjoy reading each entry. I receive you on bloglovin' and a number of blog I skip some entries and mark read. I don't remember doing that for yours. Gold Stars.

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  154. I would love to get my hands on some Heather Ross Mendocino; it was out of print before I began sewing...

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  155. Congratulations on the 1000 mark, Sarah! Such a generous soul you are, as is evident by just about everything you do, as well as your giveaway goodies. Thanks for the eye candy too!

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  156. Congratulations on 1000 followers. WTG! And what a great giveaway. I don't crave any particular fabric but what I'd buy is a bundle of coordinating fabrics. I have a hard time picking fabrics that work well together. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

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  157. I'm a long-time follower. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

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  158. kaffee fassett fabrics with joel dewberry a close second. I really love all of the bright colors! i think what you are doing through your church ministry is wonderful. i have done the same for my church. doesnt it feel great to pay it forward?!1 babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  159. I would buy 100 bolts of medium blue fabric with graphic non-directional designs that would be appropriate for boys & girls....oh, and some red too. I can never seem to find enough of the "right color" and design when making kids' quilts...and of course, if I could buy it at 1989 prices (like around $2.50 a yard) that would be awesome!

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  160. And I am a faithful follower of your blog---love reading & seeing what you & others do...it gives me good inspiration!

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  161. I would love just a bunch of more modern blenders. I would love an updated stash. :)

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  162. Plus, I follow through blogger. ;) Congrats on all your followers, and thanks for the chance to win.

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  163. I would love to get hold of some vintage Japanese hand painted and hand embellished silk kimono fabrics. But if I did it would stay on the bolt because I would never want to cut it! Congratulations on reaching 1000!

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  164. Congratulations on 1,000 followers. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  165. I think I would love some Mendocino. I love those mermaids.

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  166. I have a couple of favorites: simply color, and virtually anything by Alexander Henry. Of course then there's all the Kona solids too and the Bali batiks. Congrats on making it to 1,000! Whoop whoop and happy dance with you.

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