Friday, March 8, 2013

Quilt gallery giveaway

It was one year ago on March 2, since I started my blog.

I want to thank everyone for taking the time to read my jabberings!!

I am not sure if you read because my crazy life makes yours feel like a walk in a park.

Regardless....... I thank you for reading!!

To celebrate, I am participating in the Quilter's Blog Hop Party


You can hop through the blogs and enter to win great prizes starting today till March 14th,2013

I will be giving away an Ombre Jelly Roll/pattern by Marcus Fabrics.


You do not have to be a quilter to win!

This would be perfect for you to use for Worldwide Quilting Day

 on March 16th,2013.


There are daily prized to be had over there also!!

Just leave a comment telling me what you have enjoyed or would like to see more of on my blog.

If you comment Anonymously,

please leave your email in the message so I can send you the prize!
It has been an interesting year to hear what people are touched by and what made them laugh. 

I've enjoyed the comments and banter, the inspiration and encouragement.

It is also Friday's Scrap Squad featuring Nicole's version of the Majestic Garden Quilt.

So there's lots to read and explore with your morning coffee today!!
Be sure to enter and I will pick a random winner on March 15th,2013.

Thank you for reading!!

Cheers,

Christa


 

 

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    1. Damn. I forgot to answer the question, too. I like hearing how you see life and how you write it down.

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    2. Ok...now your in the running!! Get your order together so we can send it off!!

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  2. I'm entering too, but I must add that I get very little sewing done because I stop to read yours and Tracey's blogs plus others I like and now I am tempted to find even more. :o)

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    1. Realize I forgot to answer your question. I like that your blog is a mixture of quilting and your life and I like that I get to see what your guild is doing. Just continue to do what you are doing and I will continue to read.

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    2. Thanks Brenda! We all enjoy seeing what you are up to also!! Great inspiration!

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  3. I enjoy your writting style, getting a glimpse of farm life, the photos, the cats, travel, sewing.....um, did I leave out anything?

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  4. Your jelly roll giveaway is AWESOME! I love LOVE love the colors.... I am a new follower of your blog so I will tell you that after reading a couple of your posts - I am so happy to be a follower. I love that you have a working organic farm! How cool is that! And you make quilts.... Even better!

    Here is my email for the giveaway (because I am new I have no idea if my email comes up automatically or not!) stasalynn@hotmail.com

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  5. I am new to your blog, so I can't really answer the question, but I love reading week to week how a project is coming.

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  6. I'm a new follower. I love cows and love seeing the pictures on your blog. I love the layout, lots of photos, and travel, cows, and quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. I like reading about your rural life in Canada and your quilting projects and guild. Love the jellyroll!

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  8. I am new to your blog but have looked back at some of your older posts to get a feel for what you write about.
    So far, what I like best are the photos of places in Saskatchewan which is somewhere I have never visited.
    Thank you.

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  9. Lovely giveaway, thank you for sharing. I love to see tutorials on blogs as I am quite new to sewing and find them helpful.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  10. I'm also new to the blog, but I looked back at the archives, and I like the posts about cows, your travels, and the progress you are making on quilts.

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  11. Lovely fabric! The reason that I read blogs is that I am interested in how other people work on their quilts. Congratulations on your blogaversiry.

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  12. I've been looking at some of the Blog Hop sites, Christa, and realize that if you wanted the most publicity from this, your blog should be Aardvark Quilts or AAA Quilting. What a tremendous number of blogs to look at; I'm being selective starting with the Canadian ones.

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  13. New follower here. Your blog looks good.

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  14. I really like your Garden Party quilt. It's beautiful! You have made some really great stuff, so I decided to become a new follower ;)
    For a chance to win something yourself, make sure you check out my blog as well!

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  15. Fabulous fabrics! New follower! What makes me laugh.....the antics of children!

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  16. I'm a new follower. You were in my sister's neck of the woods, she lives in Spearfish Canyon. I was in the quilt store there too. Love the jelly roll and pattern, keeping my fingers crossed..

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  17. I am a new follower :) I love seeing other peoples work It inspires me!

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  18. I am new to your blog having just found you through the quilting gallery - love the prize - I will put you on my google reader to see what you are all about.

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  19. Just spent a little time on your blog and now following. I love farm-based quilting blogs - the best of all worlds I think! A beautiful giveaway, I had not seen these fabrics before.

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  20. Such a nice give away! So glad to have found you while hopping! I'm a new follower and look forward to finding out more about the scrap squad...sounds fun!

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  21. thank you for the chance to win. I love finding other blogs from Saskatchewan!

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  22. I am new to your blog but love reading about the different lives of my fellow quilters and seeing that we really all have more in common than it seems at first glance. Thanks!

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  23. Happy 1 year of blogging! I just have discovered your blog can't wait to read more! :)

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  24. Hello, I am new to your blog so every thing is what too see. I like following new quilt blogs to get inspired for my own quilting. So any thing and every thing you share is what I want to see.

    Richard and Tanya Quilts

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  25. Christa I like that you share your interests outside of quilting too.

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  26. Since I am a new follower... I can't really say too much about your blog but having read what others say, I am looking forward to your future posts!! Oh! Wait.... I could say that I like that your Canadian and I can relate because I am too! Thanks for the chance to win this colourful giveaway to help Beat the Winter Blues!!

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  27. Happy Blogaversary! I'm new to your blog and haven't read much. Generally I like everyday joys and sorrows about our hobby and our everyday ratrace, it's good to know that I'm not alone in this.
    Thanks for the chance to win this gorgeous giveaway!

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  28. Just found you in this hop & have to comment that I love the colours in that ombre jelly roll.
    bandkgram (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  29. Love the fabric in the giveaway. I love seeing projects come together on a blog.

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  30. I just took a quick look and I enjoyed the mix of life and quilting. Thanks!

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  31. I liked reading about our similar hoarding qualities, I too save every single scrap, 3/4" and larger and I too follow Bonnie Hunter religiously, I got to meet her in January! Thank You!

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  32. I enjoy your quilting projecrs

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  33. Oh what a nice pattern for solids! thanks for the chance! I've become a follower and looking forward to read your posts!

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  34. That is a really neat pattern that I haven't seen before. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  35. Hello a anew friend here from new Brunswick...thanks for the giveaway I now follow

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  36. I'm new to your blog but we are neighbours! I'm from Alberta and look forward to following you.
    sue dot ridewood at shaw dot ca

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  37. HI! WHAT A NICE GIVEAWAY!
    WELL I'M A BIT OF A 'HOARDER' TOO.IT IS SO SATISFYING TO USE UP ALL OF YOUR FABRIC PIECES! LITTLE BOXES OF 2",3",4" SQUARES,ALL OVER IN MY SEWING CABINET!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  38. I'm drooling over this jelly roll !!!! It's sew nice to read that you're part of Quiltmaker Magazine's Scrappy Squad. They are sew fun to work with!!! I had the pleasure of working with Nicole during QM's Back-to-School Party. She's a real sweetie! I'm a new follower, and thanks sew much for this chance to win your most generous giveaway. :-D

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  39. I really like seeing the pictures from your neck of the woods! The cows, the towns, it's all good (especially the travel photos). Thank you so much for the generous giveaway. Those colors are yummy!

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  40. Generous giveaway. I love the sense of humor you convey in your posts. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

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  41. What a great gift that would be. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  42. I'm a new follower...loved reading about your travels (enjoyed Deadwood, Mt Rushmore and those yummy quilt shops). Happy 1st Blogaversary...look forward to more posts! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  43. I like how you share the processes of making your quilts. And all the pics from your life. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. What a lovely giveaway. I'm a new follower, and I've been browsing your blog. I love the pictures you post of the small towns you go through, so fun! Another Eiffel Tower, who knew?! Your quilts are great, I love the pineapple blocks and flying geese together!

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  45. Tutorials and quilts you make would be nice. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  46. What a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity. Looks like a fun pattern and jelly roll. Would be fun to create with it.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  47. Oh, I love the pictures of your cows! The photos of your travels are nice too. I love reading quilting blogs, but occasionally feel quilt overload, so it's nice to see a blog that has a lot of everything, especially when you have such a unique life as a farmer! Thanks for your generous giveaway!

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  48. This is a lovely prize, you are very generous. I am new to your blog and will have to spend some time looking around.

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  49. I like the "real life" aspect of your blog and enjoy seeing your creative pursuits.

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  50. I like posts that give me ideas & hints.

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  51. Thanks so much for the opportunity win this great jelly roll!

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  52. It's interesting to read about lives different from mine.

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  53. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win :) I'm touched by honest people, hate hypocrisy...

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  54. Wonderful giveaway--Thanks. I am a new follower and so far have enjoyed everything about your blog.

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  55. I am a follower. :D
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!!!!

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  56. A few days ago it was 15 degrees celcius, sunny and spring! But now it's cold again and there is even a bit of snow.....brrr. Those loveley fabrics of yours give me a sping feeling and make me smile!
    Thank you for this great give away!

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  57. I've never visited your blog before, so have spent some time looking through it. I love the combination of quilting, scenery and animals you include.

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  58. Wonderful giveaway! I too am new to your blog and am happy to be a fellow canadian (from Ontario though). I always love seeing bits of 'Canada' in people's posts as I miss it!!

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  59. What an awesome give a way..no I mean it. I have wanted ombre fabric for so long I cannot tell you and now here is an opportunity to win some. I have joined as your newest follower well for at least this minute please some and join me at my blog. I will be back.

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  60. I am new to your blog but I always enjoy reading mostly quilting endeavors, week to week progress and a little life endeavors thrown in. I love, love love posts on animals too.

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  61. I always like it when people talk about themselves on their blogs, not just their sewing.... and animals are always a winner

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  62. New follower, I enjoyed looking around your blog keep up the good work. Thanks for participating and giving me this chance to win

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  63. Nice prize! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. I enjoyed all your photos! Thanks for the great giveaway:-)

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  65. Newbie here so I can't wait to check out your blog!

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  66. Fabulous giveaway:) Thank you for the chance!

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  67. I love seeing photos of projects, as I find them inspiring. The Scrap Squad projects have been of particular interest to me -- so interesting to see how the pattern looks so different with each quilter's adaptation. Thanks for offering the great giveaway!

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  68. My favorite way to rest my hands from quilting is blog reading! Pretty soon it will be the other way around--taking a break from the computer by picking up my quilting!

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  69. What a wonderful choice of fabrics . I love your blog and now am a follower. So glad I found you. Love all the quilting

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  70. I like the way you write your posts - such a relaxed style

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  71. Great fabrics - I'm new here so I'm off for a look around!
    We have cows too!

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  72. I enjoy reading about the cows and your quilts. The patterns and jellyroll are wonderful.
    Barb@Witsend

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  73. I love when people show their quilting fails. It makes us all feel better!

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  74. Hello - That's a lovely pattern. I think I'd like to have it, definitely. I'm a new follower. What I like to see on a blog is lots of pictures and variety. Doesn't have to be all quilting. I like that. Stop by Prairie Cottage Corner and visit, when you have a minute. Thanks for letting us hop over.

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  75. lovely giveaway thanks and i now follow you

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  76. New follower. I find your stories interesting. I lived on a farm when I was little and nothing brings back memories like visiting the feed store when they have chicks. =)

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  77. New follower. What a fun giveaway. Thanks.
    whatthebobbin.com

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  78. I love your blog. Scrolling back I love all your photos. Thanks for the chance to win a great give away.

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  79. I'm a new follower. From what I seen during a brief look I like all the photos. I'm also a fan of tutorials. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  80. I'm a new follower via google reader. I browsed through your blog...love the pics of the animals and current projects. Also like pics/stories of old quilts like the 'rag' one that was found. :-)

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  81. I like to read how everyone fits quilting into their lives, what affects their quilting and quilts and more quilts. Thanks.

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  82. Hi, thanks for being part of the Hop. I am new here but from what I have seen I love all your photos.

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  83. Hi that is quite a give away. I just started blogging in June and just love it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. I really enjoy all of the eye candy (fabrics and quilts)

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  85. Oooh, I would love an ombre jelly roll. How neat that you are having giveaways on your blog. Thanks for mentioning that my scrap squad quilt is up! I am enjoying reading everyone's blogs :D

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  86. Love the fabric. I'm new to your blog, but I will be back. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw. bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  87. I enjoyed reading about the farm, but the pictures of buildings wasn't as exciting for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. Oh! Pictures of animals (especially quilting kitties)

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  89. Your photos are great! I also live on a farm. I am a follower!

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  90. I am a beginner, so I love seeing small projects! Happy "birthday"!

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  91. What a great duo! I love getting a pattern with the jelly roll to go with it!

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  92. What a generous giveaway! What would I like to see? Well I've just found you so I can't wait to see *more.*

    I'm a new follower via GFC

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  93. I love following your blog because of our shared interests. We ranch in north central Montana and I love to quilt! Thanks for the giveaway. Linda. ljrice54 at gmail dot com

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  94. I always like seeing more pictures on blogs, along with the stories that go with them..

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  95. I like tutorials about how something was created. Thanks for the chance at the great giveaway!

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  96. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I always love to see pictures....lots of inspiring pictures.

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  97. I enjoy reading all your posts, whether it's about quilting or a day in the life of a "farm girl" from this rural area. The pictures add so much to your stories. Congrats on your first year of blogging! Keep up the good work, Christa.

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  98. I don't know your blog, I'm new here but what I like is Tutorials on something you are making, a recipe or two and something to laugh about.

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  99. Since I have just discovered your blog I really can't answer your question but I am now a follower and when I have finished with the blog hop I will return for a longer visit.
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  100. I am new to your blog so I can't answer your question properly, sorry :)
    but I have to say that your giveaway choice is awesome, I love that pattern and those colors, they match perfectly togheter, I'd love to be the lucky one to have this prize (honest)

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  101. I am a new visitor to your blog via the blog hop so I can't really give much feed back other than to say that your give away choice is lovely and I hope it comes to warm the winter that is coming here in Australia. All this spring talk is making me a bit sad I am only up to Autumn.

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  102. I love seeing bits of your life and how you fit time to quilt into it.

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  103. I became a follower because of your story about the calf and the rag. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank-you for sharing it.

    Great fabric you are giving away.

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  104. Blog hopping is fun, but where do you find the time?

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  105. I'm new to your blog so can't answer your question. Would love to be entered in the giveaway!

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  106. I am new to your blog, but have signed up to follow you. Isn't the blogging a wonderful experience? I look forward to seeing what you will be creating this next year. Happy blogaversary.

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  107. I am a new visitor, but I love to see how other people use colours and patterns that I wouldn't think to try. (Next goal - spend more time sewing and less time reading blogs!)

    Sarah

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  108. Thanks for being part of the fun blog hop. Lovely giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.
    I just discovered you during this blog. I like seeing pictures of other peoples quilts, and I'm learning long arm quilting so I like close up of the quilting.

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  109. Your Farm Animal And Scenery Is Beautiful.

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  110. I love your blog and that's an awesome prize! I would like to see more pretty pictures!! Thanks

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  111. I like the photos of the animals and the snow. I live in Florida so I don't get to see snow often.

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  112. I've just found your blog & am now a new follower. I like that your going organic! Super nice giveaway...Thanks!

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  113. I like seeing the pictures of your every day life. ALso your fabric pictures.

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  114. I love any fabric or quilty pictures!

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  115. Love your giveaway.

    Just started reading your blog - it was touching that you tried so hard to save the calf, just what I would have done myself.

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  116. I have had fun looking at blog posts! My favorite parts are looking at the pictures of the farm life. I live in the city and think it would be very fun to have animals. Thanks for the give away

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  117. What a great giveaway! Quilting and farm life is always a great combination!

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  118. I would love to see a hand on tutorial on setting inset seams. Thank you for the chance to win this lovely prize and taking part in the hop.

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  119. I like hearing about your life on a farm and seeing your pretty fabric purchases, if you still need the hexagon prairie point tutorial I have it bookmarked and can get it for you.

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  120. I was really touched about the animals on your farm. It must be so hard to deal with the loss of an animal. How do you find time to quilt? Best of luck to you.

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  121. I always like tutorials and especially quilt alongs....like the Row Along that's going on. It just keeps bringing me back to a blog. Thanks!

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  122. I, too, like reading tutorials as you never know what tips you might find.

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  123. I love that you show your life! The quilting, the animals, what's going on . . . Keep up the good work. I love that jelly roll and the pattern!

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  124. Just found your Blog thru this Hop....perused a few pages (& will be back later....) Signed up as new Follower too! :)

    No idea what I would like to see more of, since just popped-in....your pictures & the sharing about your days are wonderful!!! Feel like I just popped-in on a grrrrreat Friend already! Waaay cool!! (soooo sorry you lost your lil calf, & love the Quilt you saved!!)

    Love the Jelly Roll...and Pattern is Awesome! Thanks!! :)

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  125. Oh so sad that you lost a calf...........I know how I grieve for my fur babies. It's hard on hubby too. I just found you from the blog hop so you can bet I'm going to follow you on blogger dash board

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  126. I like the mix of quilting and farm life. I used to live in Swift Current, so there is a sense of familiarity when I read your blog. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

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  127. Schöne Seite und ein tolles Giveaway...gerne werde ich eine neue Leserin

    Grüße aus Deutschland von
    marion

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  128. Thanks for a great giveaway! I like seeing what other quilters are doing to get some inspiration from other parts of the world. There are a lot of quilters around me, but sometimes there is a sameness in the style of quilters from the same area. Blogs widen that. Thanks again.

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  129. I love your humour and stories about life on the farm. I can't really tell you what you are missing as this is my first time here, but I'm becoming a follower so I can tell you next time :)

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  130. I enjoy your posts about your farm life. for the life of me, though, wonder where you find the time to do it all!! It must be very busy so is much appreciated that you also post interesting bits on the blog. Thanks for that and the chance to win a very neat prize.

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  131. I am a brand new follower here. Lookign forward to reading yoru blog updates. Thank you for the chance to enter your beautiful Ombre giveaway.

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  132. Christa, I am always pleased to read and see photos of your life outside of quilting, as well as news about your quilts. Give me a pic of a calf any day of the week!

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  133. Thanks for chance to win. I am a new follower as well.

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  134. I am new to your blog, but I did look at some of your posts. You have some beautiful pictures of quilts and animals. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  135. Hi Christa, I love that you are Canadian and organic, and a quilter too! I lived my entire life in the Canadian prairies but recently moved to BC. I'm a new follower, your stories are great. Be sure to check out my blog hop giveaway as well at www.brandylynndesigns.blogspot.com. Email: info@explorefibre.com

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  136. I truly believe that you learn a lot from having tutorials. They are very educational as well as learning experience. We all want fabric so your giveaway is a good one. Thank you for being a part of this Blog Hop and giving all of us a chance to win.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  137. I just found your blog though this hop! But I see my mom knew about it all along ;) I am really looking forward to catchin up! thanks for the sweet and cheery fabric !

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  138. I like that your focus isn't solely quilting/sewing. It is nice to get an idea of what a person's life is like - not just what they do. And thank you for the chance to win such a generous giveaway. I've seen that Jellyroll and pattern before and regret not buying it.

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  139. Christa, I like your pictures and I like the farm and animal posts and I love the jellyroll and pattern. Would love to see more of the same (maybe a bit more on your quilting). Your neighbor from Alberta.

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  140. I really like the fact that your blog is not just quilts it's wonderful to get a peak into someone elses world. It doesn't hurt that you like the same kind or materials and patterns that I do. So glad I found your blog. 3bakergirlsgo@gmail.com

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  141. Thank you for offering such a generous prize Coullmills@gmail. Cows & cats

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  142. I enjoy reading about your quilting and your everyday life!

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  143. I enjoy lots of pictures! :) Thanks for the great giveaway! Have a Happy Day! :)

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  144. I've snooped around your blog and have become a new follower. I don't have any suggestions yet, but maybe later. Thanks for the chance to win. I did enjoy reading about your life saving efforts. :-)

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  145. Thanks for such a wonderful give-a-way. I enjoyed snooping around your blog.

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  146. I've enjoyed reading about your farm life mixed with quilting. My hubby is from a farm in Saskatchewan too (near North Battleford). And even thought we live in central BC, we visit the farm every summer. I liked seeing your trip to all the different quilt shops and how you emptied your scrap bin. Very interesting! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  147. I just found your blog through the hop, so not sure what I like about it yet. My favorite blogs though, have tons of pictures of quilts and quilts in progress :) I follow you now!

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  148. I just spent some time reading several posts and am intrigued with your glimpses of farm life- so different from my day to day. Thanks for participating in the Quilter's Blog Hop.

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  149. I like a lot of things about your blog. I like 'visiting' the different places with you - especially the quilting shops. We have none in the area in which I live. I like reading about your animals. We don't have cows, so it is really interesting to compare it. I like your blue boots - mine are pink for the wet, windy weather in Orkney and I love the Texas Star Whirlgig quilt. It is gorgeous!!

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  150. I enjoyed seeing your different projects in the making and finished. Loved the outhouse!

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  151. I love seeing what other people quilt, it inspires me to do more...Thanks for the chance

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  152. I like you blog because you share you skills, your travels and just so much about you..

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  153. Where did you find the ombre jelly roll... I have a quilt that I need ombre fabrics on and I have been having a time finding what I need..

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  154. I love tutorials the most, but since I am going to Disney soon I enjoyed your post about your trip!

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  155. I love to hear updates about your ongoing projects, and tutorials are always a great bloggy-thing!

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  156. I love the snippits about your life

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  157. I am nosy, so I like that there is a combination of stuff. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  158. I am new to your blog and enjoyed reading a few posts. I love tutorials and tips on quilting as a am a new quilter - there is so much to learn and I love to see how others are doing it! thankyou!

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  159. What I would like to see is a tab or tabs at the top of your page showing any tutorials you have, quilts you made or projects you made. Stuff like that.

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  160. I'm a new follower, because in reading some of your past posts I just wanted to read more! I had an organic garden last year in NC, but now that we are further north in Pennsylvania, surrounded by deer, I don't know what I'll be able to grow this year. Love your giveaway
    Susan in PA
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  161. I'm a new follower, but am looking forward to reading your blog. My hubby and I are going to leave the city life, and try to become more self-sufficient, with an organic garden. Get back to nature, and a simpler, quieter way of life.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  162. I love looking at pictures of yummy fabrics. :) Thanks for the chance to win a really great prize! xoxo

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  163. I like that you include lots of pics of what is going on in your life and travels. I love seeing all your animals.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  164. I like to visit your blog to see your ongoing projects & your life in general.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  165. I love coming across quilting blogs! I hope I win your prize. I am a quilter, not a computer geek, so I will have to enter anonymously - I have no idea what a 'profile' is or how to set one up! LOL!
    denisestone57@yahoo.com

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  166. I am a new follower, but from what I had time to read, I think I will love reading your farm experiences since I am an old farm girl. I will be back soon and thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  167. I am a new follower... I enjoyed your A Quilt in the Midst post, especially seeing your farm animals.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  168. I like the combination of quilting and life - your photos make everything so clear - wonderful to see your projects. Thank you for putting my name in the hat for this drawing for this jelly roll - fabric looks lovely.

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  169. Great giveaway! I am a new follower; glad I found you! Checking out your
    blog, the Scrap Squad looks pretty interesting! Thanks for the chance to
    win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  170. what great fabrics- I love finding other Canadian bloggers so it is very nice to meet a neighbor. Thanks for participating in the hop. Your winner is going to love that jelly roll.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna

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  171. Thanks for the chance to win.
    I love seeing photos on your blog.

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  172. Good morning ~ I chose to wait for morning to enter your giveaway today so I could wander your blog a bit first. I've really liked reading some of your travels and the pictures. I had to laugh at your description of a quilter's wants vs needs. LOL Too funny. And the painted horse outside the one restaurant was awesome. One of those shops you visited you showed a picture and said you just love Carmen's cutting counter with the glass fronts. Yes, I can totally imagine that being in an old store. In fact, it took me back to my childhood when we would go to Neosho, MO to see my Grandparents. My Grandfather owned a Ben Franklin Dime store for years and years and I always loved going to work with him. He would let me 'work' in the store although I know now I wasn't really working since I was under the age of 8 but the women who worked there made me feel like I was really doing something. He had a counter just like that as his checkout counter for the store and inside those glass fronts were all his five and ten cent candies which, back then were sold in bulk.

    And then another stop you made was a little shop, I think it was from your Paris post where there was a little restaurant in the back of a store. You said your husband and yourself had Dill Pickle Soup which intrigued me as I had never heard of that before. My first love is cooking and baking so it's rare to hear a recipe that I hadn't heard of before. I have to ask what that tasted like. I found a recipe online saying it's a very old Swiss recipe but, does it have the taste of dill pickle at all? I know, if the same recipe as I found there are a lot of other ingredients that would tone that taste down but I wondered. So?? What DOES that taste like? I may have to try it.
    To answer your question, I follow a blog for many reasons, it may be for the tutorials, giveaways, someone using a lot of my favorite fabrics in most of their projects they are showing on their blog, recipes (of course), and pictures like those you have shown in different quilt/fabric shops or interesting towns (like the ones from Paris with their very own tower).
    Thank you for the wonderful giveaway. I've wanted to play around with some Ombre fabrics so I'd love to win.

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  173. I'm just a beginning quilter so I love reading tutorials, tips - or even just seeing inspirational pictures of what others are making.

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  174. I've bookmarked your blog, so I can read it from my phone, waiting in line, waiting at dr. appts. Love your newest post on Spring Cleaning. (something I need to do). Love the Snow Flurries! I too have background somethin somethin playing on the laptop while quilting. (Gotta love Hulu!) My favorite things to read about on blogs is the works in progress, and sometimes the fails :) Congrats on your one year anniversary! Here's to the next, oh, say, 75 anniversaries! Glad I found you in the hop!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  175. I LOVE tutorials. i now it takes a lot of time to take photos of every step, but it does help all the visual learners1 I love the jelly roll you selected as your giveaway.

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  176. Reading about quilting is always fun on blogs...thanks for the chance!

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  177. I am a newbie, but when i read this blog i knew i just had to follow your blog. So i signed up via gfc and email. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  178. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I'm new to blogging but I love to see what everyone is doing!

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  179. I enjoyed the stories about your animal adventures and your photos of them! Thank you!

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  180. I just scrolled through everything I could see by clicking on your header so, basically, about 8 or so posts. I love your blog. I really enjoy seeing your animals, the snow, your farm. To find your quilts, too, makes it a fabulous place to visit. I'm going to follow now. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

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  181. One thing that's made us laugh this year is the miss spoken things. The other day we were all laughing so hard we were crying.

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  182. Love the Hexa pillow! More small projects for busy quilters would be great!

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  183. I love the Canadian quilt you made on your recent post! I love that you add in picture of your animals, and what you are doing at the moment, and what you plan on doing. I really like what you do with your blog, and I"ll be back to read more.! Thanks for the chance to win!

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