Thursday, June 5, 2014

A Perfect Picnic Blog Hop

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to In The Boon Docks, I am Lisa, today is
day 5 of the hop and our day for a picnic!

Well by now you have seen some pretty nice picnics
and beautiful quilts!

Lately our lives are a bit turned upside down!
Sewing is a passion for me,
I love it and blog hops
but responsibility to family always comes first.

It is easy to plan a perfect picnic
But when you mix life into it
Anything goes

I think I covered all the requirements with the help
of our Grandkids and a great Giveaway!

(Hopefully Madam Samm @ Sew We Quilt and
Mary @ I Piece 2 - Mary
will laugh at our perfect picnic)!
Without them we wouldn't have had this great blog hop
so thank you both for all your planning and hard work!

Most important for the "Perfect Picnic"
Is entertainment
Kids love water
David enjoy teaching Zoey
Slip and slide

(She mostly sat and got sprayed)
Very entertaining for her!

Have a picnic basket!
(It looks pretty good for being 20 years old)

Have a menu!
(For two kids the best menu is always McDonalds)

Have a kid run away with the dinner!
(No I don't think that was one of the rules)
But it did happen!
At 18 months sharing is not one of her good points!

A Picnic Quilt
(still needs work)
By this time Zoey was getting a little
tired and decided to break it in!


A book or a game -
David and I love playing UNO
We play all the time except with Zoey
(She cheats and bends the cards)
Part of the Giveaway is

A new deck of UNO cards!

The other part of the giveaway

A $25 Gift Certificate to Pink Chalk Fabrics

Pink Chalk Fabrics

In 2008, Kathy Mack @ Pink Chalk Studio launched Pink Chalk Fabrics with the mission to provide the best cloth, pattern, and tools available for modern sewists. Their motto is Do What You Like, Like What You Do. The entire Pink Chalk Fabrics team is dedicated to making your sewing journey a happy one. They appreciate the opportunity to provide you with an experience that will exceed your expectations.

I would like to thank the store for sponsoring today's giveaway!

A $25 Gift Certificate to Pink Chalk Fabrics


How to Enter

This giveaway is open to everyone! No matter where you live!

1. Go to Pink Chalk Fabrics and tell me what you might buy if you win! Be specific, the store has fabric, patterns, tools, and notions!

2. If you are a "In The Boon Docks" follower leave another comment!

You do not have to be a follower to enter once!


Please visit the others in the blog hop for today!

Quiltscapes
More Stars In Comanche
Stitchin By The Lake
life, quilts and a cat too
kris loves fabric
In The Boon Docks - your here
Living with Purpose

This Giveaway begins on June 6, 2014 and will end on Midnight, June 20, 2014. Random drawing will be held and announced on June 21, 2014.

Thank you so very much for stopping by
please come back again!
It looks likely to be a very busy summer for our family with two children!
Create and be unique!
Lisa

209 comments:

  1. Seems like you guys had a perfect picnic! The "start" of the quilt looks nice, anyway.
    I might get a Kona Cotton bundle, need some solids.

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  2. Looks like a perfect picnic to me. I had fun! I went to Pink Chalk and I looked at the rulers and I love the Creative grids lazy angle ruler. That might be in my future.

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  3. And of course I am a follower here.

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  4. I'd get some Alison Glass fabric - I love everything she does!!

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  5. I know your picnic was tons of fun with those 2 beautiful children in tow. All kids love Mickey D's... and us grown ups. :)

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  6. Ohhh Lisa..your picnic was filled with tenderness and perhaps a bit of sassiness lol your lunches are wicked ...loved the containers lol

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  7. Precious, precious babies! And what wonderful memories you made with them - I love that. Your quilt will be finished someday and when it is you can take a picture of it with the children to see how they've all changed! :) blessings, marlene

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  8. What a fun picnic. The children are awesome. Doesn't she just look so serious about her mission of escaping with the food. We had a slip and slide when my son was younger...brr that water gets cold! Loving your quilt! Have an awesome weekend, thanks for sharing!

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  9. Very nice picnic! Summer fun always a blast. I would purchase Anna Maria Horner Field Study Fine Feathered Jade - VOILE and make me something nice to wear to work!!!

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  10. Aww- the pictures are adorable! If I won, I would buy some Liberty of London fabrics- thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. Very nice picnic! Summer fun always a blast. I would purchase Anna Maria Horner Field Study Fine Feathered Jade - VOILE and make me something nice to wear to work!!!

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  12. Very nice picnic! Summer fun always a blast. I would purchase Anna Maria Horner Field Study Fine Feathered Jade - VOILE and make me something nice to wear to work!!!

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  13. Very nice picnic! Summer fun always a blast. I would purchase Anna Maria Horner Field Study Fine Feathered Jade - VOILE and make me something nice to wear to work!!!

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  14. A very fun picnic and so easy, peasy!

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  15. I have just discovered Libery of London fabrics and would select some if I won - it is so darn pretty!!!

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  16. The kids are adorable!! I follow your blog via Bloglovin' - thanks!!

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  17. Such a Fun Day and your Grandchildren are Beautiful!! Love the colors for your Perfect Picnic Quilt, must be nice and comfy for your Granddaughter too!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  18. What a nice picnic! The quilt is perfect for that little picnic nap. I am a GFC follower.

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  19. I would choose one of the neat curved rulers.

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  20. Thanks for sharing your fun family picnic. My sewing happens around my other obligations, too, and family is first. Sewing my picnic quilt did not happen until after my new daughter and son-in-law and new grandbaby packed up to move to their new home. I was down to the wire on this one and, honestly, had they been able to stay a few more days, I would be snuggling the baby and my quilt would still be in pieces. Looking forward to seeing more of your picnic quilt ... :) Pat

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  21. Of course, I am a follower. I love visiting the boon docks. I also enjoy visiting Pink Chalk and wishing I could buy out the shop. Lost of great goodies there! This time I went straight to one of my favorite corners of the shop and eyed the organic fabrics. I have been wanting some of the Mona Luna ones to sew for my new granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win ... :) Pat

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  22. What precious little ones on your pretty picnic quilt. The Old West Photographs Black is without a doubt what I would chose to buy.

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  23. Love your pictures. Looks like a fun one for littles. My kids would have opted for happy meals, too. I went to Pink Chalk Fabrics and saw Echo Park Paper Co Chillingsworth Book Of Shadows Parchment fabric. Love it. Hadn't seen it before. THanks for the giveaway.

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  24. Very happy follower on GFC.

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  25. I think I would get the Emerald City FQ color pack bundle. It's so pretty!

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  26. Awwww your picnic is perfect. I love the no cook kind best myself! ;-)
    Uno is a game that was a huge hit here when my boys were little!

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  27. Looks like a wonderful time...your quilt looks beautiful and the little ones are a treat!! great giveaway...Pink Chalk and Uno...I love them both! They always have the AMH I cherish and they tempt me with Liberty too :)

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  28. Looks like your quilt is going to be neat. What a fun picnic. Your models are adorable. Thank you so much for being part of the "Perfect Picnic". This has been a great hop. There are some neat fabric and a pattern or two that I could play with.

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  29. I love your perfect picnic :) I'd buy some chambray!!

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  30. It looks like you had a perfect picnic! Scandi Christmas Reindeer Red caught my eye at Pink Castle Fabrics. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  31. I follow you by email.

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  32. So excited to follow you on Pinterest....my other obsession other than quilt blogs!

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  33. ..and look at the wee one walking over those rocks! So adorable! oh yes...and Pink Chalk is my fav place to order from! I always loved Valori Wells fabrics! Pink Chalk has a great selection!

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  34. Happy to folow you on Blog Lovin'

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  35. Hi, I'd love to buy some of "The Henley Studio Scandi Christmas Hearts Red" ! Thanks for sharing a great giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  36. Acute quilt and it looks like the kiddies like it also. I was interested in the solid colors Kona as I use it all the time with embroidery and quilting.

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  37. Such cute pics...love the lunch thief! LOL Family should come first and it looks like they really helped out with your picnic. Your quilt looks beautiful and will be so fun for more picnics!

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  38. I would get the Jaybrid quilts HexNMore ruler! sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

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  39. I follow via email... sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

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  40. Hi Lisa, hmmmm adorable grandchildren or sew a quilt....seriously....especially when they are as cute as those two?! It looks like the purpose was served...quality time with family on a lovely quilt. I think you accomplished your task :)

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  41. The picnic quilt is looking really cool! Looking forward to seeing it again!

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  42. I'm a really old Bloglovin' follower! That is, I mean I've been following a long time!

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  43. I've been wanting to buy Anna Maria Horner's Pretty Potent and Pink Chalk Fabrics has two beautiful Fat Quarter Sets!

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  44. What a fun picnic time! Love the colors you chose for your quilt. Thank you for sharing.

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  45. I love the Lizzy House Bracelet fabric. I can see some really cute bags out of that fabric.

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  46. I follow In The Boon Docks on Bloglovin.

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  47. I like Kate Spain's Soltice charm packs.

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  48. I'd get the "Quilt Bundle - Jaybird Night Sky Fat Quarter Solids" Bundle

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  49. I follow thru Email & Bloglovin both :)

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  50. I really like Alexander Henry Nicole's Prints Cool Spool Grey

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  51. Looks like you had a fun little picnic. Too cute of pictures.

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  52. I think I'd get Color Stack "Cherry on Top" I have no red fabrics in my stash and that's my fave color!

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  53. Your quilt is beautiful. And it made the perfect place for Zoey's nap. She is precious and your son looks like my youngest when he was small. He and I would play games all the time.

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  54. I follow In the Boondocks on my Feedly :)

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  55. Oh I like, Emerald City FL bundle. I know just the pattern I would use on it.
    (http:// pinsnneedles@outlook.com)

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  56. I think I would get the Hex and More ruler! thank you - your picnic was perfect!!

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  57. I am a follower also! Great quilt!

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  58. I follow you by email. dollartistcarla at aol dot com

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  59. The $25 would help me buy the 8 yards she has left of Valori Wells Quill Generous Vermeil. fabric. dollartistcarla at aol dot com

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  60. Beautiful!!!!
    I love the Lizzy House Pearl Bracelet Gold Mine fabric over at Pink Chalk fabrics!

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  61. I love the new French General L:e Bouquet jelly roll. Great picnic.

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  62. I follow you by GFC, by the way!

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  63. What a fun picnic! I follow you.

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  64. I have so many things on my wish list there! I'd probably put it towards a Line Art Quilt Kit and/or some ribbon.

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  65. I would get a hex and more ruler

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  66. I follow by email...enjoyed sharing your picnic fun!

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  67. Kona would be my choice. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  68. I know these have been around for awhile but I really like Lizzy House Pearl Bracelets!

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  69. I'm a follower!
    Those kids are so cute!

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  70. What a fun time with the kiddos! Yep, you got to get food that they will eat for something like this. Funny that she didn't want to share, LOL.

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  71. Follower from previous hops. THX for the giveaway opportunity.

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  72. hard to decide, I would get fat quarter bundle..not sure which one,yet!

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  73. Now that is a great idea for a picnic! I love McD's ( worked there 30 years ago!). I like your strip quilt, it is on my list of patterns to try one day.

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  74. I just checked out Pink Chalk Fabrics. Cottage by the Pond looks like a great snowman pattern.

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  75. I would get some Kate & Birdie Paper Co. Autumn Woods Magnolia Teal and coordinates. Love that line!

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  76. It looks like a great picnic! I would buy some of the fabrics by Aneela Hooey in the sale section. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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  77. I really like the color stak cherry on top Love those reds

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  78. I am your follower by bloglovin and email

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  79. I would get some
    Liberty of London, Tana Lawn, Jess & Jean Fall

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  80. Such cute little ones! Your quilt looks good...looking forward to seeing more of it.
    So funny for me that your give away is a PC gift certificate. I worked at PC for nearly 4 years. Just finished at the end of May (health issue). I miss it so much. Such a great place to work!!! If for some lucky reason you pick my number, choose another. I'd love for someone new to experience how great the shop is.

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  81. I would indulge in some of the Echo Park Chillingsworth fabrics.

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  82. I would get some Autumn Woods by Kate and Birdie, I'm in love with this line! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. I would love to get a fat quarter bundle of pearl bracelets! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  84. I follow you by email and bloglovin! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  85. Love a good picnic! I need to make a picnic rug. If I were to win I'd put thevouchertowards the Elizabeth Hartman Aviatrix bundle.

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  86. I love the pearl bracelets so I am sure I would buy some of that. The kids are wonderful. My Grandmother and I used to play UNO all the time.

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  87. I would purchase some Tula Pink fabric.

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  88. My kids loved their slip and slides! Looks like a perfect picnic to me. No question about it, I'd buy some flannel to make a baby blanket for my new great niece or nephew, either the trains or flowers, depending on what I find out soon! I love Pink Chalk Fabrics!

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  89. I follow you on Bloglovin. :)

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  90. Oooh Pink Chalk Fabrics has the Kaffe shot cottons. I have been longing for some of those so if I win that is what I will buy.

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  91. I am a follower of In the Boondocks.

    (and I discovered she has Aurifil thread too.....and a sale section with some large Amy Butler prints!)

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  92. Oh the Emerald City FQ stack- yummy greens and aquas. Green is delicious!

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  93. I would buy the Echino seeds in grey.

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  95. I love Pink Chalk, especially their sale section! I am running low on solid selections though, so as boring as that may sound it is likely what I would select! Course, Liberty may distract me...

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  96. I would choose Aneela Hoey "Hello Petal" fabrics as I do not have any of those yet. Thank you!

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  97. I would get some Alison Glass Sun Prints, those are my new favorite fabrics.

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  98. I am happy to follow Pink Chalk Fabrics too. I need to stock up on Pearl Bracelets before they are gone. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  99. Wow slip and slide is still being made, we had one we I was little...I am a grandmother. Love following you on Bloglovin. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  100. I think I would get some Kona solids in blue! Looks like a great picnic!!

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  101. I would love to get Color Stack - Summer Solstice FQs bundle.

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  102. I am happily following with GFC.

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  103. Love the French General fabrics that are on sale!
    What fun photos of the children...can't help but smile at the McDonald's thief!

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  104. I love the bundles that Kathy makes up and I have my eye on the color stack bundle in Thunder.

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  105. I follow In the Boon Docks via bloglovin'

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  106. I would put that GC a Basic Grey Grunge fat eigths or fat qtr set:) Love Grunge!!!

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  107. I am an email follower at louster388atyahoodotcom

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  108. I'd probably get some Elizabeth Olwen Grey Abbey Floral Whimsy Mustard ORGANIC. Gorgeous!

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  109. i would choose amy butler or alison glass. it is a hard choice since they have such wonderful designers to choose from. babscorbitt at gmail dot com

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  110. i follow via bloglovin babscorbitt at gmail dot com

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  111. I follow via Bloglovin'. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  112. I think I would get the Pink Chalk Fabrics Kona Cotton Starter Pack if I won.

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  113. I went to the store and found a chevron that I would love to make a skirt out of. Ann Kelle Remix Small Chevron Water.

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  114. Your quilt is beautiful and I'm sure the grands enjoyed it. With the inspiration, I'm planning a picnic with two of grandsons. I've been invited to sit the boys while my daughter and her husband go on vacation. So, I'll be flying there next Saturday and can hardly wait for our picnic. I don't have room to put a quilt in my suitcase, so we'll just use a regular blankie.
    Visiting Pink Chalk Fabrics is like a child going to the candy store. I want it all; all isn't good for me; and I want it Now! lol After quite some time, I decided I would buy some Birthday Stack - Diana Solids FQ and Birthday Stack - Megan FQs and Boulder County Community Flood Quilt Bundle. I am trying to get back to working on my Grandmother's Flower quilt and the solids would be perfect. And I adore the Megan fat quarters. I think they would coordinate with FQs for great blocks. A fat eighth is plenty for the round of solids in a block.

    Thanks for participating in the hop and sharing not only your beautiful quilt but also your joy concerning your grandchildren.

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  115. I am a follower via Bloglovin'.

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  116. I love the Lizzy House Pearl Bracelets in Teal.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  117. I follow you via Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  118. Your picnic post was delightful! The children make me smile. Thanks for hosting this great giveaway! Pink Castle has some fabulous Japanese fabrics. I would get some Etsuko Furuya Echino Decoro Hide Chartreuse Natural.

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  119. I follow your delightful blog via Bloglovin. I hope you have many more picnic adventures with your adorable grandchildren this summer. And thanks for sharing the lovely quilt too!

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  120. I need some Kona and Aurifil:)

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  121. I would be ordering Bits & Pieces Scrap bags. I love scraps of fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway. My family loves the game UNO!

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  122. Hi Lisa! I love the latest Valori Wells, expected in July. Quill is the name. Great giveaway! We love UNO here too!

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  123. Your grand-kids look like they're having a ball. I could have used that slip and slide this weekend. It was so warm! I would get either the Cherry on Top or the Indian Summer bundle. Perhaps both. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  124. What a fun picnic and the no-cook variety seems the best way!! I follow via Feedly.

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  125. There is so much variety at Pink Chalk and so much to choose from. I love the variety pack of zippers - 12 zippers for under $10 - Wow, now that's a value I'd appreciate.

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  126. All those rules makes a little girl tired, I am a follower!

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  127. I would pick up any of her voile, I love shopping at Pink Chalk Fabrics.

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  128. I would get some neutral Aurifil thread, like #2000, 2309. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  129. Oh thank you! I like the Birthday Stack - Megan FQs, I haven't seen it before. I love Pink Chalk cause it's local!

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  130. Studio RK London Calling 4 Mumm Vintage Lawn. The colors are exactly what my DIL is doing the new baby's room in!

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  131. I follow you on pinterest. Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

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  132. I would probably get a scrap bag! Thanks! I loved hearing the antics of you little one; with 3 littles of my own, I definitely can relate. :) sarah@forrussia.org

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  133. I am in need of yellow fabrics. So I think Carolyn Friedlander Botanics Coleus Curry,Elizabeth Olwen Grey Abbey Gentle Vines Dandelion ORGANIC, Eloise Renouf Shape Of Spring Full Circle Sunshine ORGANIC, Kate & Birdie Paper Co. Autumn Woods Trellis Straw,Patty Young Just Type Type Keys Mustard, andLizzy House Pearl Bracelet Princess Buttercup. Oops I think that is probably exceeding the Gift Certificate limit.

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  134. I follow on Bloglovin' :) (Sew at Home Mummy)

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  135. I think I'd use it towards a couple of variegated spools of Aurifil - I'm supposed to be on a 'fabric' fast, so...thread isn't fabric...lol!!

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  136. I would definitely get some Wee Wander fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  137. I would get some friedlander black 108" Botanics sketch print.

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  138. I've never tried aurifil thread and have been wanting to, so I would get the aurifil 100% cotton mako thread basics- set of 6 for $59.75.

    sally.dixon@suddenlink.net

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  139. I love the a Sun Print Feathers - they would be a strong contender!

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  140. I would buy Solstice pre-cuts!

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  141. I would get some Allisson Glass Text sun prints.

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  142. I would have to choose some combination of the new (to me) Moda Cross Weave solids or the In The Beginning solids, both types woven with one color of warp and a contrasting color of weft threads. I am in love with these shot cottons and silks and want to try as many different kinds/brands as I can find.

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  143. I would love to get a Solstice layer cake.

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  144. I follow you via Bloglovin'. Thanks! Cute quilt (and kids!).

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  145. I would grab a few yards of Jay McCarroll Center City Miami Midtown. I have uptown and missed out on this colorway. Thanks!

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  146. I think I'd load up on some Kona solids, oooh or a color card!

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  147. I'd love some of the Alison Glass Clover Sunshine from the sale section or a Kona Color card!

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  148. Joel Dewbury, Kate Spain, or Tula Pink, I can't get enough of their lines. Thanks.

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  149. What a fun picnic! I would get some Kona solids!

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  150. I would use it to get myself some Kona solids, I haven't had the chance to play with any yet and would really like to, so thank you for the opportunity!
    ~Brandy

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  151. I would choose Heather Bailey's Up Parasol fabric.

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  152. I would get some clearance fabric for some backing
    Thanks for the giveaway.,

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  153. I also follow via bloglovin

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  154. I want to buy up some aurifil thread and want the Hera marker

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  155. If I win I'd buy Lotus Pond by Rae Hoekstra fabric. I think I can get at least 2 yards total with the gift certificate!

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  156. I love the Amy Butler fabrics! They are gorgeous!!

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  157. I want to snag some Moda Mochi Dots to make some fun summer napkins. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. Kinda lovin' this bundle!
      Color Stack - Thunder FQs

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  159. I would get some thread - right now that is what I need!

    What a wonderful day with your children. Great that you posted pictures they will be there for you to enjoy later too.

    Thanks for the chance.

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  160. I am an HONORARY BOON DOCKER!

    Thanks for the chance.

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  161. I'm a follower via google

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  162. i think i would go for Bits & Pieces Scrap Bag Prints i love scraps and surprises.

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  163. Of course, I'm a follower.

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