Sunday, November 24, 2013

Black Tie Boogie

Welcome Everyone!

Hi, my name is Lisa and this is were I write about living in the boonies, sewing, crafting, animals, and raising kids. I love blog hops and participate in at least one a month plus I have two sponsored giveaways each month.

If you are new, a follower, part of this hop, or part of the
Giving Thanks Blog Hop thank you for stopping by to look around! I would like to invite new readers to follow so you always know what's happening at "In The Boon Docks"!

This is Madam Samm's @ Sew We Quilt
last blog hop of the year! But I am already signed up for the first one in the 2014. It really has been a great year making all kinds of creations for the blog hops! Thank you Madam Samm for being such a great coach! I would also like to thank
Vickie @ More Star's in Comanche

for being our head cheerleader for this hop!


Turkey's Anyone

Every year we eat Thanksgiving Dinner at Mammaw & Pappaw's house and each year we are digging through drawers for enough pot holders for all the food to be put on the table. Recently, while destashing I found this Thanksgiving & pinecone fabric and thought I would make some pot holders for Mammaw. I went out and bought a few yards of Insul-Bright and Warm & Natural cotton batting, by The Warm Company, and went to work.

First I made (4) small pot holders!
Then I had a bright idea!
We needed a giant pot holder, so what about a runner with Insul-Bright in between (4) layers of cotton batting, to put the hot food on the table! It would look nice and would take care of the problem.

Thanksgiving Pot Holder
19" x 37"
Novelty Thanksgiving Fabric
Pinecone Fabric
Kona Solid - Brown


Roosters & Chickens

I fell in love with Urban Farm and bought it to make a quilt for David but Hubby said it had to many flowers! I have held onto it for the perfect project and when I found out about the blog hop I knew this was it!
It just needed a few more birds!


By adding a rooster and a few hens with eggs (of course) using appliqué. Each row of hens has their own rooster! Now, hubby really loves this quilt and so do I. The light was fading and I needed a photo before the sun went down so you may see a few wonder clips from my unfinished binding (12"). What is a girl to do! Get the picture when the light is there that's what!

Chicken Run Throw Quilt
47" x 65"
Urban Farm - Short Scrap Stack, Keri Beyer, In the Beginning Fabrics
Purchased from
The Quilting Hen
Kona solids - Brown, Black, Light Blue (dark & light jelly roll strips), Snow

Please visit the other Bloggers on the hop for today!

November 25, 2013

Stitchin By The Lake
Georgia-Girl Quilter
In The Boon Docks - Your Here
More Star's in Comanche

Giveaway

1. Open to everyone (if you are no-reply leave an e-mail or you can't win). What do you want for Christmas? In this moneys not an issue! I would love a sewing room!

2. If you are a follower of this blog you get an additional chance! Please make a separate comment! New followers are always welcome!

The one winner will receive:
(1) Pack of ribbon, (1) Fall Pin, (1) DS Quilt Collection - Quilter's Quarters, and (1) Mini charm pack - La Belle Fleur- French General

I will ship internationally! This giveaway starts, Monday, November 25, 2013 and ends midnight on Sunday, December 1, 2013, the winner will be announced December 2, 2013.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you for stopping by!
Create and be unique,
Lisa

If you have not entered Giving Thanks Blog Hop Giveaway please do!

Note: I am working on the pattern for the do rags! It is a learning experience! Thank you!

167 comments:

  1. I think I would like to have time for Christmas. Uninterrupted time to sew and create with all the fabric and patterns I have. I would also like to start a wool project for Christmas too. What a fun question. Really cute table runner and quilt. Glad you found what you wanted to finish the big quilt with. Thanks- K-

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  2. Love the runner hot pad idea - we just use lots of wood cutting mats, but this is so much prettier. ANd the quilt is so full of cute fabrics. I don't have any Christmas wish - I know I will be spending the day with my children and their children - that's a good day.

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  3. Love your table runner and quilt. The quilt fabrics are quite cute. I have everything I ever wanted. Have a happy Thanksgiving

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  4. Love the sewing here. So many pretty things. Thank you for making it open to all. Much appreciated. Btw yes I'd like a Kindle or an ipad!

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  5. Lovely hot pad table runner and quilt! What do I want for Christmas, just for everyone else to have a peaceful and healthy New Year. Thank you for sharing your wonderful projects.

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  6. You were very productive, the potholders are very nice, but my fav is the quilt, the fabric choice you have done there is verrrry nice!

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  7. Great projects - I love your chicken run throw!
    I'd love a sewing room for Christmas too!!

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  8. Cute potholders! And I love the chicken run throw

    If money were not an object I Santa could please, please bring me a new computer. Happy quilting.

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  9. I too would love to have a room just for sewing! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. I would love to have an extension but I need more than a normal room, I need a room for my stash and a room for sewing. But I do need help to fill the stash room - HINT! HINT! Santa

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  11. I am a follower of your blog. I love reading your posts.

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  12. Lisa, Mammaw is going to be thankful for your wonderful creativity..what a great idea to make an Insul-Brite table runner ! your quilt is super cute, I love the fabrics you used in it ! What I want for Christmas is health and happiness for my family and friends and myself. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  13. You can't have enough potholders, I say. Those are wonderful and what a great idea to make an extra large one for your table center! Very clever, indeed. Thanks for sharing your quilt, too.

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  14. Lisa all I want for Christmas is to be able to spend it with my two grown kids whom are busy living their own lives.

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  15. I follow on Bloglovin already.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  16. If I could have absolutely anything for Christmas then my husband would have a new job in which he is happy and able to look after us well. A sewing would be great too!
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  17. Really and truly? If money's not an issue, I want a long arm! Loved your projects.

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  18. Your pot holders are wonderful and you are right, you can never have to many of them. I love your quilt, it is so awesome. For Christmas more hours to spend quilting.
    Thanks for sharing and a great give away.

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  19. I am a follower since long time ago.

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  20. I too would love my own sewing room. Thanks for sharing your cute quilt & thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  22. The quilt is really cute! You can never go wrong with this design. I love to make these up for my nieces and nephews.

    Love the idea of the hotpad runner!

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  23. My dream present would be a trip to Europe. Thanks for sharing your projects and for the giveaway.

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  24. For Christmas, I want to spend time with my husband and son. And that's exactly what we have planned. Wonderful! Love your runner idea!

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  25. I would like to have a new sewing machine to replace my everyday machine. I have been sewing with my old reliable back-up machine but, Santa, I REally would LOVe a Janome MemoryCrafter 6000P with a purple trolley. To be honest, I have NOT been a good girl all the time. I have eaten things I should not and spoken harshly to people I love. But If I had a new sewing machine, I would have less interest in boredom eating I and I would not have "broken sewing machine" mood to inspire me to be ill-tempered.

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  26. Great runner, I have always thought that it would be a good idea to have a big potholder on the table so you could fit all of the dishes but have never made one. Hopefully I will get to it next year . It is a great idea. I would love to have a sewing room too but for real, I am hoping for a new iron (lots of steam).

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  27. Great idea for your insul brite table runner. And I love the way the quilt turned out. Great way to make it work! If money's no object, I would love a sewing desk with a drop in slot for my machine.

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  28. I'd love to have someone come in a organize my craft room! Put everything neatly in bins and all lined up nicely on shelves. I think I'd be more productive, if I had less mess!! :o)

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  29. I'd love to have a long pot holder like that one - now why didn't I think of that! And the quilt is adorable. It was a perfect way to use that fabric. I couldn't see any clips. :) blessings, marlene

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  30. Way to go Lisa…love your quilt runner…welllllll my dear, you got us all crowing this morning...

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  31. Well - if money were no object, I would have a cottage in Canada! But realistically, I would like a plexiglass extension table for my Husqvarna.

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  32. Wow! I love your projects! The chicken run throw turned out so well, I wish I had your creativity! :) For Christmas, I am hoping for a first kiss (blush), but I'll settle for good time with family.

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  33. I'm a new follower by Bloglovin'. :)

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  34. Wow, love the runner with insulbrite idea!! Clever woman! And your quilt turned out beautifully. I think the silhouette chickens and roosters adds so much to it. If I had unlimited money I would get a long arm set-up!! Have a great week!

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  35. I also want a sewing room! With a lot of drawers and shelf space for my fabric and my scraps! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. And I am a new follower on Bloglovin'. Thanks again!

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  37. I've thought about making bigger pot holders for larger hot dishes, but I hadn't thought about a runner...great idea! Love the hen and rooster quilt!

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  38. The small pot holders growing into an insulated table runner is a wonderful concept. Love the throw, very cool.

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  39. If f money was no object I would love a cruise to the warm Carribean. The idea of a runner instead of lots of potholders is really awesome. Thanks for sharing and for your great giveaway.

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  40. I love the quilt, Lisa.The rooster and hens are really cute. You did a great job. And I really like your "big" potholder. What a great idea! I hadn't thought of this, but it would be so much easier and look so much better than placing another plate under everything like I do. Thank you for sharing and for the giveaway.

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    1. I forgot to say what I would like for Christmas. If money were no object, I would love to go to Europe. I have always wanted to go to Paris, Italy, and France. I can always dream, can't I?

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  41. Love the idea for the table runner! Have some leftover insulbrite and warm bating and now I know what to make for my table!


    For Christmas would love a sewing/machine embroidery studio complete with a ten needle machine, new computer and FLoriani software and the full range of Floriani and Isacord threads!

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  42. Love your colour choices. Thanks for sharing

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  43. I like your quilt. The roosters and hens/eggs make it shine.
    What I want for Christmas. Haven't the foggyist idea. I have been blessed beyond measure and don't really need a thing.

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  44. Well if money was no object I would to remodel my whole house!

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  45. Lovely quilt...what a fun project. All I want for Christmas is...more fabric of course LOL

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  46. Beautiful projects...I like your quilt it is beautiful. Your fabric, well, you choose well!

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  47. Oh if $ were no object... I would LOVE to own a long arm... but then I would have to have a house with A big enough room to put it in! LOL

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  48. Thanks for mentioning you are working on the do-rag pattern. I'll try to be patient...! I had a chagrined smile when I saw your large pot holder/tablerunner. I noticed that my table has a permanent mark from hot food even though we used a hot pad! Great projects! Sewingblogsarefun at yahoo dot com

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  49. Sky's the limit right? A new house! One large enough to store my craft(s) and yet still have ample room to exercise without moving furniture constantly!
    Beautiful and a very unique quilt. Jane

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  50. I really like the idea of a large padded runner like that! I think I would like Santa to bring me a GREAT housekeeper so I would have more sewing time.

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  51. I'm already one of your followers.

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  52. What a great idea for the tablerunner hot pad! I better get started:)

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  53. I am an email follower at louster388atyahoodotcom
    What do I want for Christmas with no $ limit??? Well maybe a brand new kitchen!

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  54. Thank you for a wonderful give away! I would love to get new sewing machine! have a great week! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  55. I like the hot pad for the table. What a great idea!

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  56. A table runner with insul-bright is a brilliant idea! I am going to use that in the future for sure. I would like a house of my own (but with my husband of course) for Christmas, I'm getting tired of renting and feel like while we rent, we can't start our family. Thank you for sharing, and for the giveaway!
    ~Brandy

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  57. I'm with Abbigail, love the table hot pad! And your disclaimer on the money option made me smile....therefore, I want the house next door that has been on the market for 8 years!!! To be able to turn into my sewing/quilting/painting studio fully stocked with awesome supplies!! :) What's the point of dreaming if you can't dream big! :)

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  58. I just got my new sewing machine. I am hoping my husband finishes the table he is making for it!

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  59. Wonderful projects.Your table runner with insul-brigh caught my eye!

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  60. of course,a follower and I`d love a new machine!!

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  61. I like the chickens with the blue and tan fabrics - really good combination! For Christmas, I'd love a longarm but still have to convince the hubby!

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  62. What a neat quilt and table runner!!

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  63. If money were no object, hiring the folks to complete ALL the work our house needs while we take our boys away for a vacation. How ever, that's the beauty of wishing isn't it ;)
    Your table dressings are lovely :)

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  64. Of course I follow you, who wouldn't?!
    Thank you for the chance :)

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  65. Your quilt is beautiful! Love it!

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  66. Smartie - with the tablerunner hotpad. I would like my house cleaned top to bottom & someone to help organize my stuff - that would be a wonderful present :).

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  67. How very smart and thoughtful of you to make pot holders and a table hot pad for Thanksgiving dinner. Love the urban farmer quilt. How sweet to share your bounty with us. Thanks for Black Tie Boogie hopping. Creative Stitching Bliss...

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  68. Yes, I am happy I follow your blog and your creative joy. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours...

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  69. I just found your blog through the Hop. What a great thing those Hops are for just that purpose. I will become a follower today! I have that same fabric in your first photo and I used it to make Thanksgiving fabric postcards. It's a great fabric with lots of good uses. Your finished quilt (we don't count a few pieces of hardware) is adorable. Love the chicken/rooster rows!
    marsha.hodgkins@yahoo.com
    http://quilterinmotion.net

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  70. I just became a Follower so here's my second chance to win. It's a good thing I had a second chance as I forgot to mention my Christmas wish. I'd like round trip tickets to Vermont to spend the holidays with my only grandchild and our daughter and son.

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  71. Your quilt is wonderful! Thanks for sharing all of your projects with us.

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  72. Love the quilt. it's great. Thanks so much for sharing and for the opportunity on a great draw

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  73. Your quilt is wonderful and I like the table runner too. Great color choices.

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  74. I'm a new follower on bloglovin. I want to keep an eye on you.

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  75. I would love some quality sewing time for Christmas! Love that quilt!

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  76. What a great idea to make a table runner as a hot pad. Beautiful job on it too as with the rest of your items.

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  77. Nice projects. and a great give away. Thanks for sharing.

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  78. What a cute idea that you came up with Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the chance to win. My wish this year is not for me but for my husband. I am wishing for more time with him .

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  79. I follow you on blog lovin and love reading your posts

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  80. Nice idea for potholders. I like the blues in your quit... what do I want for Christmas? Sunflower seeds for my garden :)

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  81. All I want for Christmas is our whole family gathered together for Christmas dinner. Thanks for a great give away.

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  82. My Christmas list is pretty short this year. All I have on it is a new cutting mat and a pin cushion. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  83. Happy Thanksgiving - it's sure to be a hit with your pot holder and giant potholder/runner! Oh, I love your Chicken Run quilt - darling fabrics!

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  84. What a great idea to protect your Thanksgiving table. I love all of your pot holders, especially the large one, and your quilt is really cute!

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  85. oh, my =) I want to have graduated, got a good paying job, moved into my own apartment and have my own sewing room.

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  86. I want my family home for Christmas but that's not going to happen this year.

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  87. What a fabulous idea to make a table runner with Insul-Bright. Love your Chicken Run throw quilt!

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  88. I follow with GFC and Feedly.

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  89. Your chicken run quilt is so cute; great fabrics. Love that Thanksgiving table runner - super idea.

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  90. What a clever idea to make a tablerunner hot mat!! And I really love the Chicken Run quilt. Thanks for sharing.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggeimine42@gmail.com

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  91. I am a follower of your great blog!
    Happy Thanksgiving
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  92. I love your table runner/giant hot pad! Great idea. The Chicken Run quilt turned out lovely, I can see why hubby changed his mind!

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  93. I would also love a sewing room for Christmas...a place where I can go, if only for a few minutes, and not have to pick up everything when I'm not sewing. But, in reality what I really want is a job for my husband...it has been almost 2 years and still no luck. Your Chicken Run throw quilt is gorgeous and the XL Thanksgiving pot holder is genius! Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  94. I am a Bloglovin follower! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  95. I am a follower via Bloglovin. Love your projects.

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  96. Christmas...hmmm ..I would love a new serger if money wasn't a option. But money is an option. So for Christmas I want to see my children's happy faces under the christ
    Christmas tree,

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  97. Oh, what a great idea. That table runner/hot pad is a perfect solution. Very nice projects. Your quilt is so cute and you are right, sometimes you just have to get the perfect light even if you lack 12" of being finished. Thanks for the great stop in the hop.

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  98. I am a follower and want another sewing machine with all the bells and whistles. That would be good.

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  99. Fun projects! If I was going to be really indulgent, I would wish for software for my sewing machine....Happy holidays to you!

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  100. I want a new garbage disposal. Boring I know but it's on the fritz.

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  101. Your projects are all great!! That table runner is awesome... Thank you for being here everyday to inspire us to keep on sewing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  102. Lisa I love the idea of the giant potholder table runner. Great project.
    xo jan

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  103. And Happy Thanksgiving. xo jan

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  104. I would like for our daughters and their families to be here for Christmas. On daughter lives 2 miles away and one lives 2000 miles away.

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  105. Hi Lisa, thank you for the beautiful giveaway and happy Thanksgiving. Hugs from France.

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  106. I love the idea of the giant potholder for the table! The little quilt is so cute! Thanks for the giveaway. I hope you have a great Thanksgiving. dezertsuz at gmail

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    1. And I want an APQS longarm for Christmas! Or a Nolting, maybe. =) Forgot to say that.

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  107. And I follow by e-mail. dezertsuz at gmail

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  108. Love your quilt - happy your husband loves it now - I would like more material, much more material.....ha! just saying.

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  109. Wonderful Thanksgiving potholder. Perfect for those big casserole pans! What fun fabric you found for your quilt. Makes me smile from ear to ear!

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  110. I would like a new car or a new sewing machine with all the bells and whistles.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  111. I want a smart phone - I just have a "dumb" one now. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. your projects are wonderful. I especially love your quilt. What do I want for Christmas? Hmm Have to think on that one. Nothing comes to mind right now. Happy Thanksgiving

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  113. Your quilts are great. I love the table runner, it's so fall and Thanksgiving. Thanks for the giveaway. I already follow by email and Bloblovin.

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  114. I absolutely love the idea of having a huge pot holder in the form of a table cloth or table runner. What a great idea. All your projects came out wonderful. The chicken run quilt is very nice and I can see why your husband likes it. My wish would definitely be to have a sewing room. Hope you get yours too! Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for a chance at your giveaway.

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  115. Hi Lisa,
    Your idea of an insulated table runner is brilliant! It makes so much sense. Since I am totally new to quilting, I decided I would practice and in doing so, make pot holders. Good, right? Well, I thought so....found out about InsulBright on a video. So while at JoAnn's I asked for it. Mind you I was in a wheelchair with tons of fabric bolts being cut to quarter yards or half yards, some 2 yards, yada, yada, yada. So one of the clerks got it for me. Once I got home, I found out it was ironing board cover, you know the bright silver stuff under the ironing board cover. So, what I need to know is .... What is Insul Bright, how is it packaged, and any idea if I can get it at JoAnn's or do I need to order it online, or travel a ways to an actual quilting shop. Thought you might be the one to ask, thanks. Also thanks for the blog hops. We all appreciate the time it takes to have a blog, and I love reading them, although by doing the Give Thanks Blog Hop I've found a lot of new blogs I'd like to keep up with, which will cut I to sewing time, oh the horrors!! I'll just have to save them for the days my body needs to rest, and do it those days, not daily. Problem solved, yay! Hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving and a fabulous fabric filled Christmas season.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

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  116. Great projects! Love your idea with the insul bright table runner. Very clever. If Santa's elves knew how to make a long arm quilting machine, he'd be dropping one off under my tree.

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  117. Love all of your projects, what a good idea of making the big table runner so that you could put hot dishes on it. Happy Thanksgiving

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  118. Your projects look great! I love the quilt! If I'm dreaming, I'll have a top-of-the-line Janome for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. Awesome quilt and the fabric is perfect. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  120. I'm a follower through bloglovin.

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  121. I lovew the colors you have chosen for the quilt.
    The Thanksgiving hotpads are just beautiful!

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  122. Love your table runner pot holder! Great idea! I can relate to searching for the perfect fabric without flowers for your hubby, I've had the same issue with mine, really like your quilt, the chicken rows are great.

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  123. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin! Can't wait to see what you do next!

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  124. If money were no object I would totally re-do my quilting room with more light, more storage space, and a real sewing desk, and a comfy place to sit!

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  125. I love your throw rug! Thanks for sharing.

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  126. I want a super fancy smancy sewing machine!!

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  127. I love the idea about the hot pot table runner! And I love the fabrics you have used, it is so nice. A new sewing machine for Christmas would be great :)

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  128. I want a new chair so I can sit at my sewing machine comfortably!

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  129. Love your quilt! Great fabric! If money was no option I'd ask for a long arm machine. Thanks for sharing!

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. I am a follower.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  131. I am so incredibly late getting around for this hop---on deadline, 3 must get done soon items---but now that I am on the binding I hope to check in on all of you! Giant placemats would work for me. Thanksgiving meal and I am pulling out every trivet or potholder I can find, LOL. The throw turned out wonderfully too.

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  132. What a clever idea to combine your different farm fabric finds, very clever indeed! You must have been very egg-cited to come up with such delightful shadow cut-outs. I totally understand living just outside the middle of nowhere! Thanks again for sharing, it looks like your winner won a fun little bit for crafting, so good of you to be so generous!

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  133. Love your Chicken Run quilt. Just wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

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  134. I'd like a barn quilt for Christmas. I have the perfect spot for it on my shed.

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