Sunday, December 9, 2012

Quilters Blog Hop Party - Happy 5th Birthday

*** The giveaway is now closed ***


To celebrate their 5th birthday, the Quilting Gallery is hosting another fun Blog Hop Party with giveaways from all participating bloggers. This is your chance to fill those Christmas stocking with marvellous 'quilty' things.

All you have to do is go here (after midnight 10th Dec EST) to view all the participating blogs and follow their links to each giveaway post. 

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

I will be giving away one Ladies Stitching Club Layer Cake by Oliver + S for Moda.


The giveaway starts 10th December and Closes midnight 15th December 2012. Everyone is welcome.

To enter, please leave a comment on this blog telling me,

'If you were to make a quilt for someone this Christmas, who would be the recipient?'

Please note that I read all your lovely comments but unfortunately cannot respond to all of them xo


312 comments:

  1. I would love to make a quilt this Christmas for my daughter in college... I've got the fabric all picked out but won't have time to make it until next year. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  2. I would make it for my new step-granddaughter. But I think she'll have to get it for her birthday in June.

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  3. I was trying to make three quilts for Christmas, but I will not finish them on time. Maybe for Valentine's Day. I am working on one for my husband and on for each of my kids. I am so close to finishing but, I don't like rushing, it isn't enjoyable.

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  4. Hi Jane,
    I'd make a community quilt for my guild to give to someone who needs a quilty hug at this time of the year - in fact I am doing just that at the moment.

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  5. My machine is being serviced right now so quilty gifts won't happen. I would probably have liked to make a family picnic quilt for us to use and enjoy over summer (love presents for the whole family!)

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  6. If I had time to make one for this Christmas; it would be for my grand daughter....she is due a new one.....thanks for the giveaway!!

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  7. I did make a quilt for my granddaughter for Christmas; it's sewn into a nap mat with an attached pillow.

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  8. I am making a quilt for Christmas, it's going to my brother and his lovely wife.

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  9. I am in the process of making a quilt for my sister in law but don't know that it will be done in time. If I had more time, I would make quilts for the family that we have adopted at work.

    Thanks!
    Sandy A

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  10. My parents. They have just moved back to the UK after living in the tropics and need a nice warm quilt!

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  11. If I had the time I would make a quilt for a friend/co-worker who's Husband is going through serious health problems.I think she needs something to cuddle under and to get her mind off of things.

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  12. I would make one for one of my many friends who had a baby this year. I have one that needs to get basted and quilted so i can send it out to it's recipient.

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  13. My friend Sherry who is just found out she has a tumor. I will make her one but dont know if it will get done in time for Christmas.

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  14. I actually did make a quilt to give to someone for Christmas this year. The recipient is my daughter. Thanks for a lovely giveaway and the opportunity to win the charm pack.

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  15. I made a quilt for my husband for Christmas.

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  16. If I had time, I would be making a quilt for my b-i-l, who recently lost his wife. He's so sad and alone, and I just want to wrap him up in hugs and cuddles. I'll be making that quilt, but it won't be in time for Christmas this year.

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  17. This is an easy one for me as I just finished the binding today on a quilt for my Mom for Christmas. Now all I have to do is put up the blog post!

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  18. I'd make a quilt for mr grandson, Oden.

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  19. If I had time to make a quilt for Christams it would be for my sister. She's wanted a Christmas quilt tree skirt for years, but I never seem to get around to it.

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  20. I think I would make another one for my grand daughter ; )
    Thanks

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  21. I would love to make a quilt for my sister who received a dire diagnosis fourteen months ago. I am so thankful to have another Christmas with her :-) It will be a very happy holiday.

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  22. That's easy. I'd make them for my sons. They each have one already but I've been promising them bigger ones since they're all grow up now.

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  23. I would make a quilt for my daughter......... she's interstate, and won't be able to fly out from the remote NT location until the wet season is over. That would give me time to finish the quilt if I were to win. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  24. i would make a quilt for my grand-daughter,thankyou for hosting this lovely giveaway.xx

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  25. I've got one almost finished for my 22 year old son and if I could squeeze in another, it would be for my only other child, my 25 year old daughter.

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  26. ...Difficult . question... I find it hard to part with them when they're finished...

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  27. My mom. I have a plan for one but not enough time! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  28. I DID make a quilt for Christmas this year & gave it to my brother. He is a big guy & sits in his big chair all day so I made it for him to snuggle up in! Lovely layer cake. Thanks for the chance.

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  29. Thank you for the giveaway! I'd probably make one for a nephew!

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  30. I would make one for my friend B who is one of my quilting mentors. I'm still struggling to learn how to cut straight (hee), so it won't happen this year, but someday... ;)

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  31. Hi! I'd make this quilt for my new step-mom, to welcome her into the family!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Take care, Leslie

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  32. I would have loved to have been able to finish a quilt for my Grandad in time for Christmas.

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  33. I've already made 2 quilts for family members this season, but I would really like to make one for my Mother-in-law. The trouble is, I view her as extremely picky. And because of that, I haven't found "the perfect" pattern yet. Thus, she is one of the only family members that doesn't have a quilt, and I think she is beginning to be bent out of shape about it. Yikes!

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  34. I have already made quilts for many family members for Christmas. Parents, in-laws, sisters, SILs, aunts, nieces etc. I give them mostly to the girls/women but I know the guys use them too. Maybe next year I need to break with tradition and make "guy quilts" and give them to the male members of the family.

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  35. Definitely for my grand daughter.

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  36. I would have to make it irst and then see who it would "fit"! I think quilts look like they belong to a crtain person when they are done!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  37. I made lap quilts for both my adult kids last year and would like to make one for each of their beds. I have fabric for one and am waiting for a friend to make up a pattern for me.

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  38. Cindy W, Aus
    Hi Jane, my Eldest Neice would have to be the recipient of a quilt as her and her partner are the only ones that don't have one yet and are the hardest to make one for.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    cindyw6621@yahoo.com.au

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  39. My husband!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  40. i'd make a big baby boy quilt for my dggs ... he'll be six months old then!

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  41. I am making a quilt for the children of my niece. She is a single mother with a son and a daughter. she can't afford to live on her own anymore, so she will move in with her children with her parents. I'm making a quilt for her children to give on new years day.

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  42. I did make a quilt this Christmas! It's for my aunt!

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  43. I am currently working on a quilt to give to my mother. She will get to choose what organization to donate it to. (I gave her a quilt last year and Dad one this year.) She is very involved (long-distance) in helping me pick fabrics and deciding who I will donate the various quilts to so I thought she should get the fun of doing it herself this year.

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  44. I am making a quilt for someone this Christmas ... It is for my adult daughter who has just had our first grandchild. What does a new mummy need but a big comfy quilt to snuggle under with her little treasure

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  45. I'd make a quilt for Eleanor Burns (actually, I did!) Also making one for new grandson.

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  46. HI Jane.... I wish I had time to make up a quilt for my nephew ... his brother passed away earlier this year which was very sad but he has just announced his engagement so we are all delighted ....
    Hugz

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  47. I made a brown,beige and cream cancer quilt for my husband. He has gone through 4 surgeries and survived each one. I saw this quilt on the Internet and knew immediately I had to make this for him. He turned 69 in November and I wanted him to know how much he is loved. Thank you so much for the awesome giveway.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  48. I'd like to make a quilt for my step-mom.

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  49. If I made a quilt it would have to be rugged as I would give to a homeless organization.

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  50. My GD is begging for a monkey quilt, but will have to wait until her birthday! Lovely giveaway.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  51. I am making a quilt for my husband.

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  52. I would make a quilt for my niece. Trying to make all my nieces and nephews a quilt! Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  53. Last Christmas I made a quilt for my mother-in-law's bed. She loves it. This year, I have made a quilt for her chair. She loves to crochet and spends the vast majority of her day making blankets, covering wooden coat hangers and making toys, so a comfy quilt that she can either sit on or cover herself with when the weather eventually turns cooler is a nice gift for her. She will be 89 next April and is such a generous soul. It is nice to be able to give her something useful and decorative at the same time.

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  54. Today we celebrated the birthday of my 2yo grandniece. This would be wonderful to use for a quilt for her.

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  55. I would make a quilt for my good friend Mindy, who just moved into a fantastic 1930s era house complete with every period detail you can imagine. (I am making her a quilt, but it won't be done before Christmas!)

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  56. My sister, because she's a quilter too and would most appreciate it. Plus, she's my favorite, but don't tell anyone else!

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  57. I'm making one right now. My son asked me to make a quilt for a friend of his that could use a quilty hug this Christmas.

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  58. I would make a quilt for a good friend of our family ( I have it partially completed but not sure if it will get done or not) and one for one of my brothers. There are many more people that I would like to make one for - just not enough time.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop- it will be grand.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  59. I would get the help of three of my friends to make a quilt for our local Doctor who looks after all four of us. She has helped all four of us though some rough times this last year.
    Thank you, Narelle Green.

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  60. I made a twin size quilt for each of my 2 great nephews.

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  61. I am making a quilt and it I s for my oldest daughter. :-)

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  62. I am making one for my MIL, but would love to make one for a dear friend who has successfully lost a lot of weight. She is so inspiring!

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  63. I'd make one for my 6yo daughter....she's #5 of 6 kiddos - and somehow I never got a baby quilt made for her....

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  64. I'd like to make a quilt for my sister-in-law. I'm saving red fabrics to make her a quilt "someday"!

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  65. Faria para a filha da minha afilhada que nasceu ontem.Obrigada tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  66. My dad - he gets cold easily in winter, so I'd love to make him one someday!

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  67. I have made the quilt already for a special little girl Molly. Molly is the daughter of a friend of my daughters and was born with Downs Syndrome. A very special and much loved little girl.

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  68. I would love to make a quilt for my darling Daughter who has just realised that not EVERYTHING has to be black! She is now loving brighter colours so this giveaway would be perfect for her. Thank you.

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  69. My daughter. She wants me to update her bed linens

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  70. I am making a dr. seuss quilt for my sister-in-law who teaches kindergarten and an i spy quilt (and matching game) for my daughters daycare. Not much time left to get them finished so I think it's going to be a busy weekend.

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  71. I did make quilts for Christmas...My 2 sisters, my Mom, my son, my daughter and still need to make the quilt for my inlaws...Yikes! I'm running out of time.

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  72. I usually do have a quilt for someone for Christmas. This year I have a lap quilt for my friend, we have been friends since kindergarden, that is a long time! Hope you visit my blog and enter for a chance to win my prize.

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  73. Probably my oldest daughter as I've made something for everyone in the family but her!

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  74. I've been making a quilt for each of my nieces so I would make one for one of them!

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  75. To start I would love to make one for my daughter and then continue down my list after that.

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  76. My step daughter who is moving into their first house, with her boyfriend on December 14th.

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  77. I am making a quilt this year, albeit just a rag quilt. It is for my lovely daughter who loves throws and all things soft. So, I am making her a flannel rag quilt measuring 72x60.......better get to work!

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  78. I made Christmas quilts for all 5 of my grandkids this year. I would like to make one for my mom.

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  79. If I had made a quilt this year it would have been for my brother.

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  80. I would have made it for my father in law, but he just passed away a few weeks ago. After quite a few deaths of late, I think I would make if for my best friend of 40+ years. We rarely get to see each other due to distance. I would be broken hearted if I lost her too.

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  81. I would make one for my parents! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. i would make this quilt for my granddaughter Miss O

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  83. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter, and have one planned, but not enough time before Christmas.

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  84. Probably make another one for a charity here in the city. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. I actually made 2 for presents this year. One for oldest son and wife and the other for our granddaughter. I still have 2 more to make but those will be for next Christmas.
    Love the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway. Good Luck to all.

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  86. I just finished making a quilt for my niece. 2.5 yrs ago she sent me all her soccer/football jerseys to make her a quilt. I finished it this week. I drew her name in the family draw so I had to get it done. Turned out great!

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  87. I would make one for a QOV--a good way to use up scraps and practice my machine quilting skills.

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  88. My husband loves snuggling up in a quilt in these cold evenings and it's time for a new one :)
    Thank you

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  89. For my sister who started me on this whole crazy quilting adventure, she also feeds my stash and has made me several cuddly quilts. I have never made one for her but I would love to!

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  90. My sister. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  91. I think my baby needs his own quilt, I've been meaning to make him one but can't find the time yet!

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  92. Well, I have already made my christmas quilts...I have 5 grand children and I don't see them very often. So...I started this summer and have made them each a twin size quilt. I designed it to their likes, (one likes Minnie Mouse, so I got matching fabric...etc) I have to FMQ the last one and then I have all 5 done and ready to wrap. I hope that every night they cover with the quilt, they will think of me, Nanny, and send me love and kisses in their hearts!

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  93. I'm making a quilt for my very good friend, it's almost quilted and ll what left is binding.I believe I'm going to finish it in time.
    Thanks for a giveaway.

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  94. Such a beautiful layer cake! If I were to make a quilt for someone this Christmas, it would be for an elderly neighbour who always complains of being cold. She has one but it'sbeen quite a few years, so I think perhaps a new one is in order.

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  95. I am making a quilt for my mom and my nephew for Christmas. I would love to have one done next year for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  96. I am making a quilt for someone this Christmas! It's for one of my favorite aunt's. She's out of work and lives in a cold climate. She's turned down her thermostat to save money, so she'll definitely be using this quilt to stay warm.

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  97. Our newest Granddaughter who is now one year old and loves to dance.

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  98. I have made quilted wall hangings for 3 of my inlaws

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  99. I just finished a quilt for my Dad and I'm giving it to him on Christmas.
    Lovely giveaway.

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  100. I would like to give a christmas quilt to my mother (76 years old) , she is very fond of my quilting and would really appriciate such gift.
    What a lovely fabrics you will give away. I love to take a change to win those, thank you for the opprotunity. Have fun with this bloghop party!

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  101. I'd love to make a quilt for my husband, who so often feels like the shoemaker's kid!

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  102. My grandpa! My grandma is in a nursing home with Alzheimers so I think he'd appreciate something warm and nice to have.

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  103. I just found out my first grandchild will be a boy, so he would be the recipient!!!

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  104. Love this fabric line!
    I'd make a quilt for my beautiful daughter who has just started her first real job!

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  105. I would make a quilt for my mom. She cherishes everything I make her, and she'd love to use it on her couch.

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  106. i give something quilt away each year. my parents, mug rugs for teachers

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  107. It would be for my son. He got out of the Army in June and is heading off to college in a few weeks. He says he doesn't need a new quilt but I'd still like to make one for him. I have his old uniforms and would like to use them in a quilt somehow.

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  108. I have a friend who is a missionary in Cameroon. I would like to make her a quilt. Some day, I will.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  109. I made a quilt for my mom, granddaughter and grandson

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  110. i would make one for us for christmas

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  111. If I were to make a quilt this Christmas it would be for one of my daughters. I have some tops completed and hope to have them quilted for them soon but not by this Christmas. I love the fabric in your giveaway.

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  112. If I were making a quilt for someone, I would make it for my dad. Thanks for participating in the Blog Hop Party.

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  113. For all 3 of my daughters-in-law. They always feel cold and would love a warm quilt they could share when they will be visiting this Christmas!
    Best regards, Marjo B-W

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  114. im hoping to get a small one done for my son and perhaps one quilted for daughter for their xmas eve snuggles :)

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  115. Great give away. Thanks.
    I am making quilts for my daughters but only one is nearly finished so I thought it wouldn't be fair to give only one at Christmas so I will wait til next year and just give them when they are done.

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  116. Everyone has one or more of my quilts - so this year was pillows. Maybe I should make myself one!

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  117. My daughter...I owe her one for her new big girl bed. I have the fabric and the pattern and the goal of finishing by her birthday in February.

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  118. I would make quilts for my kids. They aren't getting one this year for the first time in a few years.

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  119. I would love to make a Christmas quilt for me, is that greedy? hehe. I have been wanting to make a Christmas quilt to have out for the holidays for awhile.

    Thank you Jane for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win some beautiful fabric.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. For me! I've made quilts for everybody and I want a quilt to cuddle up under.

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  121. If I were to make a quilt it would be for my daughter.

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  122. If time permitted I would make a cuddle quilt for my Dad who has not been feeling well lately ,thanks for the chance.

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  123. The fabrics seem very cheery to me - I would make one for someone who needs cheering up and a big quilty hug all at the same time. My husband's father is gravely ill atm - I think I need a quilt for all of us.

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  124. I am making a table topper and 3 tree wall hangings for work colleagues...up to binding the first two and basting the other 2.

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  125. I wish I had gotten at least one teacher's quilt done in time for Christmas.

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  126. I'm trying to get one made for my new baby nephew but I fear I'm running out of time!

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  127. I have made a quilt for someone. A woman at our church who is a real giver to all. I knew she loved Christmas and decorating. I made a label that said Handmaiden of the Lord. I gave it already so she could use it all Dec.

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  128. I actually did make a quilt {sort of... quilted table topper, that count?} and it was for my cousin who also happens to be my best friend. If I were to make a full sized quilt it would be for her

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  129. I've accomplished 8 Christmas charity quilts, but would like to have done 2 more....maybe there is still time??

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  130. If I were to make a quilt this Christmas it would be for my Mom! I think she would appreciate it very much. Thanks for the chance to win...

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  131. I am attempting to finish up a small quilt for a good friend this year. I'm hoping it will be done in time for Christmas.

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  132. I am making a quilt for my two toddler boys to share - let's hope they share it ok!

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  133. I'd like to make my seasonal quilt for my house for snuggling under while watching tv on the couch. So it would be for my whole family. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  134. My BFF and I do plan to believe it or not. A small quilt. But it won't be done because we are right in the middle of a move!! It will be late, like everything else is.

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  135. I think it would have to be for my nana who is 90 and a bit! She reads her ebook all day and would love to snuggle under it while reading though I have already given her one but it doesn't match anything in her hosue and though I know she loves i, she hasn't got it out due to that fact. Oh well!!! Great giveaway!

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  136. Hi Jane, I love your layer cake, I think it would have to go to my niece, she is moving to Sydney from Bali and will need a warm blankie!
    I live not far from you I live near Noosa! Nice to meet you!

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  137. Probably my best friend, but she already received one for her birthday last year :) Am planning one for my mum, though...probably for next year. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  138. Without a doubt, I'd make another quilt for my best friend from college who is losing her son to cancer.

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  139. I'm making a quilt for my mother this Christmas!

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  140. I would make one for my older son. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  141. My husband, the one I made him just before we gor married has worn out.

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  142. My niece, probably. In fact, I have one planned for her, but not for this Christmas. :)

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  143. I'm in the process of making a quilt for my brother in the hopes of finishing by Christmas!

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  144. I am hoping to finish one for my niece and my mum, the niece has more hope as her top is done! I have already finished one for my friend who was unwell but is better now it is finally done! So it will be a Christmas quilt now ;)
    Thanks for the giveaway and lovely to meet another 'Aussie' in this world of quilting blogs!

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  145. Gorgeous fabric. I'd love to make a quilt for my friend, Viv who was also my boss, who loves quilts. I don't think she can thread a needle. Merry Christmas!

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  146. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter who lives across the country from us. We haven't seen her in a year, and I know she would love to have one of my quilts to cudle up with. Maybe I can get one done in January.

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  147. I am actually working on a quilt for my brother and his wife for Christmas, it's a couch quilt.

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  148. A baby quilt for my next grandchild on the way...that we are getting close to the time when we can find out if it is a boy or girl. So exciting.

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  149. I just finished one for a silent auction but if I had time to make another one it would be for my neighbour who is home bound from MS.

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  150. I would make one for my youngest grandson. thanks for the chance to win.

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  151. My husband, my son, my newborn niece, my sister, my mother and my colleagues.

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  152. I am making 3 quilts this year, one for my mom, one for my sister and one for my sister in law.

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  153. My mama!! I've have the fabric ready to go, just need the time!

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  154. I love making quilts and donating them to the neonatal critical care unit. Thanks for a great giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  155. I wish I could make one for my son(6 weeks old) but no time right now!

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  156. Lovely give away. My niece who is just going through breast cancer treatment is in need of some quilt therapy. Happy holidays

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  157. I am actually making a quilt for my brother for Christmas. The top is finished but I'm not sure I'll get it quilted in time. I need some little elves to help me! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  158. I am actually making my Mom a quilt for Christmas! I hope that she likes it!

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  159. Well I tried to get a quilt done for Christmas for my table but I've not finished it yet. I did get a table runner made for my daughter and helped my grand daughter with one. But to answer your question, I would love to make a large warm quilt for my hubby.

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  160. I'd like to make a quilt for my great niece, but she's not due to appear until next March, so I think I should wait until she is safely here.

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  161. It would be for my daughter as she is probably leaving home in a years time and would love one

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  162. Me - I've made quilts for the rest of my family and now I would really like to keep one :)

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  163. My new niece or nephew who is due in three months. But I need to have lots of money to post it overseas after I finish it.

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  164. I would love to make a quilt for my mum!

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  165. Has to be my mum.. I have not done many quilt yet, but i think its about time i make oe for my mum..

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  166. Wow, that's easy. I really wanted to make a quilt for my father, but I've been so busy that the idea only came to me last week. He is losing his eyesight through macular degeneration (he has it pretty bad)and so I wanted him to be able to 'see' my quilting handiwork while he still can. But then reality set in and there's no way I would find the fabric, cut, piece, quilt and bind in 2 weeks, along with everything else this season entails. So, I will make it in January for just a special surprise gift!

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  167. I've already made some quilts for Christmas...for my Monkey Boys. Thanks for the great giveaway and of course, I follow your wonderful blog. :O)

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  168. I made a lap quilt which I was really pleased with...My mother is in the late stages of Dementia and when I showed it to her there was so much pleasure on her face I knew I had to wrap it up and give it to her for Christmas. I hope I see that childlike delight again when she unwraps her gift on Christmas day.

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  169. This year I made an Advent calendar for my #1 daughter and her kids. Each year we draw names for birthdays and Christmas for family members. She asked me for one about nine years ago and finally I got her name. An Advent calendar isn't much use unless you get it on the first of December and hers arrived just the day before ... and now the kids are taking turns putting those decorations on the traa each day.

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  170. I made quilts for my two sons for Christmas this year. I am happy to have them finished and in the mail. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  171. My oldest son is the only one I have not made a quilt for yet. So it would have to be for him

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  172. I'd like to make one for my cousin.

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  173. I would make one for my mom, with pictures of all the grand kids on it!

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  174. I would like to make a quilt for my mother. She has been ill and I live 100 miles away and she may find comfort in the quilt when she is resting and when I can't be with her. betcrawford at verizon dot net

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  175. I'd make a quilt for my best friend and business partner (who lives a thousand miles away, literally). A big blue and gold quilt for her bed. One day I'll get to it....

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  176. Hello from Minnesota! What a great giveaway! I'm making at least one quilt for Christmas but what I've been working on yesterday and today is a little crosses quilt for a baby due in January (in grey, yellow, and blue.)

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  177. My Honeyman! Because I have his pieced ...I just have no clue how I am going to quilt it!

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  178. thank you for the chance to win. I am making two quilts along with my mother this Christmas one for my aunt and one for my cousin.

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  179. Hi! I'm a new follower and a fellow blogger (so come by and visit and follow, too, when you have a minute) and hopper and giver.....I'd make a quilt for my dear husband for his recliner chair. That means one that is less than twin size and long. It would have cats on it....um, virtually and literally. See you. http://www.prairiecottagecorner.blogspot.com

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  180. It would be my son. I actually have two quilts begun for him, a wall hanging and one for his couch. Maybe I should finish them!

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  181. How nice. I just posted a Quilt to my oldest son i started it last year ,but did not get it finished up until this year .So off it went a week ago,he will have it in time for Christmas

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  182. Haven't made a big quilt for years. Been dabbling in clothes the last couple of years. But probably would be to finish ones I started loooonnngg time ago, and one for my bed would be among them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  183. Each year my quilts go to a different one of my children. This year a quilt and a quilted tree skirt went to my eldest son and his lovely wife.

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  184. I guess I would make a quilt for myself, my quilting is not so good yet as to make one for another person... maybe next year
    saruqa at gmail dot com

    and thanks for the giveaway!

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  185. Difficult question,but yet so simple. Probably my husband.(We don't have any children.) Thanks for the giveaway. Rosanna
    wrbontrager at verizon.net

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  186. Hi, thank you for your give away. I would make a quilt for my mum who is currently facing major surgery in the new year.

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  187. I would make one for my sister.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  188. This year I'm planning to give a quilt to my sisters-in-law. I have the tops ready; just need to do the quilting. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  189. I made a quilt for an exchange in my Friendship group. What fun! Thanks for being part of the hop

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  190. If I could make a quilt this year, I would make one for 2 friends who are retiring in the new year.

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  191. This year I"m making a memory quilt for my best friend Linda! Not sure I'm going to finish it in time!

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  192. HI! I WOULD MAKE A NEW BED QUILT FOR MY HUSBAND! LOVE LAYER CAKES!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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  193. Since I have already made quilts for all our kids and grand kids, I would make a quilt for a friend. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  194. Great giveaway! I have everything to make 2 quilts for my 8 and 9 year old boys! We will see if I get them done in time!

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