Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway Day 2012

Update: this Giveaway is Closed

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Connie @ Freemotion by the River

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44. Connie December 3, 2012 6:17 PM
I would like the newest version of Photoshop....I can dream :)

I hope she gets it! She does amazing work on her blog with photo's! Connie is also a awesome quilter! I love her Linky Tuesday at her blog! One of the nicest people in blogland! You need to stop by her blog and see all her creative quilting and sewing.

I will email her as soon as I am done here! Thank all of you for all your fun comments and participating. Without you blogging would not be wonderful! The quilting Gallery Blog Hop starts Monday, December 10, 2012. We are all celebrating the 5th Birthday of the Quilting Gallery Blog! Hope to see you here! Lisa

Welcome to "In The Boon Docks" where we are always into something! My name is Lisa, I am almost 50, married, mother of two grown daughters, and raising our grandson (7). Oh and a new granddaughter will be born in January for us to spoil when she comes to visit. I sew, quilt, crochet, knit, and other crafty stuff. We also live in the boon docks of WV.

Here is the link back to Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day page.

What to giveaway? How about fabric? It is one of my favorite things?

I recently joined the Fat Quarter Shop's Moda Mini Charm Pack Club and I just love those 2 1/2" squares. They are great for making baskets, mini quilts, mug rugs, and you get to see the whole line. That way you see if you want to order more! So, I am going to share one with the winner "Windsor Lane". So you can see how fun this club is to be in! This makes a great Christmas present!

Since I am in a sharing mood I will share one of my winnings with you, Freespirit's "London" 6 x 6 charm pack. Sweet!


Now, how do you win?

(1) Leave a comment - Answer this for me: "If you could have one reasonably priced item for Christmas or other related December holiday what would it be? Be specific, don't just say a sewing machine at least tell me the brand. Me, I would like the new Babylock Tiara - 16" tabletop longarm quilting machine. A girl can dream!

(2). You get a second comment if you follow "In The Boon Docks"! If you are a new follower please write that in the comment PLEASE and how you follow. This gives you (2) chances to win.

If you are a no-reply blogger leave a email address in case you win! If I cannot contact you another name will be drawn. On December 7, 2012, at 5 pm the giveaway will close and I will announce a winner on Saturday. I will update this post with the winners name and email the winner.

This is open to anyone in the world who can receive mail!

Thank you for stopping by "In The Boon Docks"! I hope you drop in again and good luck! Lisa

This is not a sponsored giveaway I do this because I like to give back to others! Enjoy!

343 comments:

  1. I would love to have a high-end Janome sewing machine with lots of room for quilting.... I keep eyeing the ones at the local quilt shop. As you say, a girl can dream! :)

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  2. I would love to have a tablet to surf the internet, play games, and read my ebooks on.

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  3. I would love an Accuquilt an slots of quilting dies

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  4. Hmmm...I think that I would probably select a Keurig. =) I don't need anything.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  5. Hi! i'd love to recieve a table for my new Janome sewing machine, custom made... Well, sweet dreams, I might have to make one myself! ;)

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  6. I would love a sewing machine travel bag; one like a laptop roller bag!!!

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  7. I follow via Google Reader & GFC

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  8. It's not sewing related, but I would love a treadmill under the tree this year! :-)

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  9. And I follow your blog via GFC.

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  10. I know I sound cheap, but I'd be chuffed to bits with a new clover 45mm rotary cutter blade! Or 4 if you're listening Father Christmas?

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  11. I follow your blog via Bloglovin'

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  12. I would love a new cutting mat! Thanks.

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  13. Oh gosh, what a fun question. Since you said reasonable cost how about an IPad?

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. I really want a sew slip and a new cutting mat (a big one!)

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  15. I'm a follower via GFC.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. well, this year money is tight, so i'd settle for a handwritten note from my husband. could somebody notify him and nag him about this so he really does it this time? ;-)

    these are really adorable - i'm curious about the mini-charm packs, it looks like so much fun to do something small but not have to cut those little pieces! i guess they are not THAT little...

    thanks for the chance!

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  17. I would love an Oliso Pro Smart Iron with I Touch Technology TG1600!!!!

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  18. I am a follower via Google Reader - thanks for the chance!

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  19. I guess I'm easy to please, I want a new coffee maker that brews piping hot coffee!

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  20. I would wish for a longarm quilting machine....not sure how reasonable, but a girl can dream!

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  21. I would luv the Bigshot Pro!

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  22. I would love a sit-down Sweet 16 handi-quilter for Christmas.

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  23. I would love more sewing books for ideas and inspiration.

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  24. My husband and I don't celebrate the holidays so I'll make this birthday gifts since we're both in the fall. We're thinking of going to Iceland, the flights are reasonable. I know it's not sewing related because I already have everything (expect a longarm machine). :D But if I really had my way, I'd spend the holidays in the German/Austrian alps!
    BendingPins (at) gmail.com (BendingPins.com)

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  25. I would love to receive a cool Holga camera to play with! Love that pack of fabric!

    Genevieve

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  26. Hi Lisa, I really would like a new watch.

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  27. I'd love a Kindle Fire so that when I am housesitting I could still watch movies and surf the internet without trying to figure out someone elses system...they are all different! Drives me crazy! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. I follow follow follow everyday!

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  29. I would ask for the Juki 2000- with the huge harp space :) Dream!

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  30. I would really like a new Canon Ixus camera...because any sewing machine that I'd like wouldn't be reasonably priced ;) But I need a neew camera, because my old ones's faulty.

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  31. I asked for a new coffee pot for my sewing room for when the girls come over.

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  32. I don't celebrate the holidays, but I would love a Sodastream.

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  33. It's not reasonable but a longarm sit down machine would be fantastic. As for reasonable I'd like 3 yards each of four fabrics I just saw at the LQS.

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  34. Been a follower thru GFC for awhile. Thanks for the chance!

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  35. The AccuQuilt Go. I would like the larger charm pack please.

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  36. I'd like a BIG roll of batting! I never seem to get to the quilting stage because I don't have enough batting!

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  37. And I'm a follower. Thanks for a giveaway!

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  38. anything with chocolate would be grand!!!!Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. I would like the newest version of Photoshop....I can dream :)

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  40. LLBean deerfield boots in tan!

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  41. I am a follower, thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. What a nice give-away Lisa, of course I am a follower. If I could have anything for Christmas I would like an IPad. Doesn't have to be the latest one out, just one that I could use to blog, keep my pictures, etc. If you have a special in with Santa, will you put in a good word for me. I tried to be good this year!

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  43. I would love a new Macbook for Christmas. A girl can dream...

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  44. Some thing I personally would like, some drop dead gorgeous stretch wool for a dress I posted about a few days ago!

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  45. well darn, does it have to be reasonably priced? I have a Husqvarna Designer I and I'd love an upgrade!

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  46. I have so many different book I want right now. Crafty, sewing, and reading. The Marked books I have heard are a good read. There are a lot of books on Free l-motion quilting that I'd love to grab anf try out as well as Sunday Morning Quilts.

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  47. I've asked Santa for a table extension for my Viking Ruby. It will be so much easier for quilting larger items. And if he has more room in his bag, I would like a new pair of riding pants. My horse gets embarrassed when she sees me coming in my patched knee pants. lol

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  48. I would love another cabinet from Ikea to store my fabric!

    Thanks for a fun giveaway!

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  49. I would love a large cutting mat. One that is at least 36 inches. And new rotary cutters. I have one but it keeps closing while I am cutting so I think I need a new one.

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  50. I follow by e-mail. Thanks for the chance to win some quilty goodness.

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  51. I would really like a Kitchenaid stand mixer. I don't have one and could really use it! Not happening though...

    steeplechaser29 at yahoo

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  52. I am not picky, but I would LOVE a big bag of mixed nuts and a 6-pack of Diet Pepsi. Thanks for a chance to win pre-cut squares.

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  53. I am an email and GFC follower. Love your blog.

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  54. fabric is what i want for christmas

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  55. I would love a Kindle Fire. Something to watch Netflix on that is decent sized. :)

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  56. I am a follower! LOVE the giveaway prizes. Good luck to you in your entries dear Lisa!

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  57. I am already a follower....

    I would get the alphabet die for my Accuquilt go cutter...

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  58. I would really like a new seam gauge or two, in my Christmas stocking! Thank you for the great giveaway. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  59. I am a follower! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  60. I want an iPad, but I just can't justify the $$$ right now. Plus think of all the fabric that I could/will get instead :-)

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  61. I would love one of those cutting machines. A silhouette, I believe. They're so cool.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  62. I want Smitten Kitchen's new cookbook.

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  63. I would love to have a hand crank sewing machine... a singer 99 would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  64. I am a happy follower!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. I jsut purchased a sewing machine so nothing big or fancy but I would love the fabricalc calculator so I am not jsut guessing at how much material I will need for a project. and some really pretty fabrics from my etsy favorites... anna marie horners - field study, some joel dewberry

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  66. Um accuquilt go,ando cansada de cortar hexágonos...acho que não existe ninguém mais viciada que eu.Obrigada.Sou seguidora GFC.

    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  67. I would love to be surprised with the Babylock Tiara or the Handi Quilter Sweet 16. I agree with you it doesn't hurt to dream.

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  68. I'd love to have a top end Janome machine for Christmas (I don't dare look for a model number,,,I'd have to start figuring who to cut from my Christmas list to make it possible!) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  69. Id like a new mobile phone nexus 4 would be great :) then I can take better instagram piccies

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  70. I would like to get a new couch, a red one preferably but I am afraid it will take a bit longer to save up. Thanks!

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  71. I would like a very expensive large rug for my living/dining room in shades of puple so I won't worry when my grandchildren are on the wooden floor.

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  72. I am a follower by email and have been for a long time.

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  73. I would love a couple of new books by Alexander McCall Smith!

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  74. My wish list has a number of items but I think it would be a pack of metre lengths of Denyse Scmidts Chicopee fabric line.

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  75. My wish list is very long.I would love to be surprised with a Bernina machine quilting!

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  76. Does getting my hair 'done' count as an item? Because that is what I dearly want, and need! lol, it's long, but the ends are split, and gone back to its boring mousy Brown, a proper cut, colour and maybe some foils would make my holidays! Doesn't a great haircut make you feel like a million dollars again? :)

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  77. I want a Kindle for Christmas. It doesn't have to be one of the more expensive ones, the $69 one will do perfectly. You see if I keep buying print books, I'll run out of room for my fabric stash!

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  78. I've been following you for a while now via my Google Reader.

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  79. I would dearly love to have an accuquilt. I have so much pain trying to cut fabric. Thank you for giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  80. I follow you via email and have for awhile babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  81. I would love a waffle/pancake maker.

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  82. Wait, are we talking reasonably priced, or dreaming? Dreaming, I'd love a Bernina sewing machine. Reasonably priced, for the amount of money I make, I'd ask for maybe an apple. :)

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. I'd like a grab bag of smaller stuff. An ironing board cover, a nice big sturdy table to sew at, giant cutting mat, and assortment of rulers (in shapes and such).

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  84. I'd like a rolling sewing machine case.

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  85. I would love a lifetime supply of sharp rotary blades!

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  86. Calling it reasonably priced might be a stretch, but I'd love to receive Chanel Mademoiselle perfume.

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  87. I can usually get any sewing related item anytime I drop a hint but I can't get hubby to buy me a new sparklie - go figure

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  88. I would really love to have a new upright freezer. I'm hoping to buy a side of beef in the spring and this is a must-have!

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  89. I'd love to have a cricuit machine to cut out shapes. I just hope they come out with a way to create your own patterns to cut. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  90. I'm not sure yet what brand, but I would love to have a serger. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. shelves in my sewing room. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. I would really like some new bedroom furniture that is NOT particleboard!

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  93. I really want a massage for Christmas.

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  94. I need a new dress coat. (maybe I should sew one?) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. i'm eyeing the Janome machines - so much quilting space!

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  96. I want an Accuquilt's Go Baby House die.

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  97. Well since you didn't specify this 'thing' being a sewing related item, I would love to have a new stove that has the 17,000 BTU burner to use for fast boiling of water, really great searing of meat and to make much better stir fry meals than I can right now. And to get rid of my horrible oven that works when it wants to. I know you asked, but I'm not choosy on the brand, just the requirements I have right now which also includes the grates for the burners (gas) cover the entire top without any open areas so I can move my pots and pans across easily.

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  98. I am already a follower of your blog via GFC as well as email notifications.

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  99. I would love a nice laptop bag - the one I imagine is leather in a bright colour.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  100. i would love a pair of really well made, not "girly" winter boots. so hard to find good, functional winter boots that don't come from the men's aisle!! hello, i want my feet to be warm and dry, and not just for one winter either.

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  101. Pyrex glass storage containers

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  102. I don't know the brand name yet, but there are these lights that can attach direct to your sewing machine. need to shop around for this a bit

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  103. I want a silhouette cameo

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  104. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  105. I want a pair of quilter glove for free motion quilting. lorijolie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  106. I dream of a cameo shilouette.. but its just a dream;)

    Have a nice christmas time,..

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  107. I keep thinking about a cameo shilouette, but I think a new couch from Ikea is more likely

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  108. I would love a mid arm machine and quilting frame. And yes, I'm dreaming!

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  109. I would love more Accuquilt go baby dies, especially xmas ones!

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  110. It might sound cheesy but I really have all I need - I guess the basic like thread and wadding are always useful though so maybe some of that!

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  111. I really want a Ninja cooker.
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  112. Thank you for a lovely giveaway. I would like a Accuquilt cutter and hexagon dies to save mme doing it all by hand.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  113. I follow via google friend connect. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  114. I would love a new pair of wellies as my old ones leak!

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  115. A janome embroidery machine...

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  116. i would love to have a go!baby cutter and dies sitting under my christmas tree!

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  117. Well I'm pretty set for sewing stuff, oh a new pair of applique scissors would be nice, I really need a case for all my knitting needles though.

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  118. I'm already a follower!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  119. My wish list??? Gee I know! I wish I had lessons on my quilting machine.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  120. ALREADY FOLLOW YOU VIA GFC!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  121. HI! I'D LOVE THE BERNINA QE 440 MACHINE!!!!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  122. I would love some clever and afforable storage solution for all my craft stuff, particularly all my wool! Really all I'm asking for is my brain to work a little better!

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  123. Your dream is mine since I dont have room for a long arm

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  124. I'd love some cozy slipper like Muk Luks. I have Bearpaw boots that I wear outside that I LOVE, but we don't wear shoes in the house (to keep floors clean for small people to crawl and play on) and it is always so sad to take them off, lol.

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  125. I'd love a Juki serger, or maybe a Babylock!

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  126. Hey Lisa! I'm a follower of your blog! :)

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  127. Hmm, what do I want for Xmas that is reasonably priced... the only thing I can think of is a food dehydrator by Fowlers - so when the apricots & nectarines ripen (about Xmas time) I can have fun drying them!
    Merry Christmas!

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  128. I would like the Canon t3i camera! Thanks so much!

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  129. A coverstitch machine Brother 2430cv or Janome 1000cpx. I need to see them in action first.

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  130. I would like a sizzix fabric cutter

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  131. I would like a rottary cutter and self healing cutting mat

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  132. I would like a nice stylish pair of Frye boots. On sale, they might be reasonably priced (?)

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  133. I would love a Brother Embroidery machine but that is not reasonably priced. I am thinking a new purse and wallet.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  134. I would really like a silhouette cameo.

    turtle tote bags (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  135. I would love a good sewing table. One that is the right height for sewing and a place for my machine to sit flat with the surface.

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  136. I would like the EQ7 software. It's on my list! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  137. I am a new follower with RSS Feeds.

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  138. I would love a new sewing machine, either a Singer 7465 Confidence or a Singer Curvy 8770!

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  139. Well, I've asked for some windchimes...some are reasonably priced and others get more expensive. We're on top of a hill and get lots of breezes....and can see over into West Virginia from my front porch! Maybe I can see your area, too! :)

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  140. I have been following you with Google Friend Connect and Google Reader.

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  141. I'd love to have a super-duper new Horn sewing cabinet for my sewing machine.

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  142. I would love to have the Kindle Fire HD.

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  143. I would like a $100 gift card to the local fabric shop!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  144. I would like Lasik so I can see to sew. I am only 39. I should be able to see! Thanks for this giveaway!

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  145. I want the cool Geiger stitch ripper that looks like a scalpel.

    And a replacement kindle paperwhite. My 4 year old just broke my old one.

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  146. Good question! I would want too much new fabric, and batting and backing to finish started quilts!

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  147. I follow with Google Friend Connect!

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  148. I would love to have a sewing room, instead of using the dining room table, but not sure my two daughters would willingly share a bedroom so I could have the other as my space. Shame. ;-)

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  149. I would love to have someone come clean my bathrooms, dust and mop the floors once a week so I could spend more time sewing.

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  150. Reasonable is relative...so...for Christmas I would like the 89 acres that are for sale behind our house. :)

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  151. I would really love some Friskar dressmaking shears and pinking shears :)

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  152. Janome Horizon 7700. But it would have to be an amazing price of like $20. Ha!

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  153. I would love a Nook Touch with Glow Light!

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  154. I would upgrade my digital drawing tablet to the Wacom Intuos 4. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  155. I want a Cuisinart Food Processor! thanks for the chance!

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  156. I would love a quilting sewing machine...not sure what brand I would like the best yet. I am a beginning quilter and doing it all on my home machine is okay but just not easy and the bigger quilts are pretty much impossible.

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  157. A case of wine! Thanks for the chance!

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  158. What is a reasonable price? If my DH were a millionaire I could ask for the most expensive computerized Gammill, and the price wouldn't matter. My husband isn't, though, so I'll ask for a Bosch kitchen machine, it's within our price range.

    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

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  159. I would like to get Toyota SLR4D Overlocker

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  160. I want a FQ set of Chicopee for christmas. Or a new watch with a seconds hand so I can wear it to the hospital when taking patient TPR.

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  161. I would love any machine that you could lower the feed dogs on as mine does not.

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  162. I don't know if this counts, but I'd like a good job. -grin- Or a large set of DMC embroidery threads. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  163. I would like a shelving unit to store all of my fabric and yarn in. Anything that was reasonably priced. :D

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  164. I follow you through Google.

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  165. I would love a bigger cutting mat. Thanks for the chance.

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  166. I'm a new follower through GFC. Thanks for the chance.

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  167. I would love to have my own computer. Our whole family shares one lunky PC so it's hard to get enough blogging time. At least I don't have to share my sewing machines with anyone else! cynsaw2(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  168. I would love to have the money for a trip to see my best friend in Tennessee and go to the smocking week-end her guild is sponsoring in March. A girl can dream.......

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  169. I follow via GFC and Google reader

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