Sunday, December 9, 2012

Quilter's Blog Hop Party

This Giveaway is now "CLOSED".


The Quilting Gallery is having Quilter's Blog Hop Party for their 5th Birthday and In The Boon Docks is joining in the party! Happy Birthday Quilting Gallery!.

If you’re new to the Quilting Gallery .. Michele Foster, aka Mishka, is the hostess at the Gallery. I hope you’ll spend a few minutes checking out the various sections of the site.

The giveaway starts with a great book with lots of projects for my favorite holiday - Christmas From The Heart - Better Homes and Gardens

Something for the Traditional Quilter: Northern Solitude Charm Pack by Holly Taylor for Moda Fabrics

Then of course something for the Modern Quilter: Ombre Dots Fabric Collection by Riley Blake - a piece of 10" x 32" of gray, and scraps from the whole line, enough are precut into the wedge shape you could make your own Dresden Plate Block like I did.

The giveaway is opened until December 15, 2012 at midnight!

It is opened to all my friends in blogland no matter where you live. I will ship Internationally. But if you are a no-reply blogger please leave an email address so I can contact you. If I cannot reach you you can't win.

How to win? You have updated 3 chances to win everything you see!

1. Question: Are you a traditional or modern quilter? I love both, so this giveaway would be right up my alley! I hope you will like it too.

2. If you are a follower you get an extra chance! If you become a new follower please let me know in your comment.

UPDATE
3. If you go to Wicked Sisters Boutique and like them. You can add an bonus entry! They are BFF's with daughter and make awesome hair bows! They have great items for baby showers which I will show you later in the week. Help them out and you get an extra chance!

One lucky winner will receive all three gifts: then you can try both. Most quilters I know love a challenge.

I am learning when joining large blog hops my email blows up which is wonderful but sometimes I cannot keep up! Please be understanding with me, I love all your comment and read each one but sometimes it takes me awhile. I have the flu so I am probably in bed. Life happens to us all. Have fun hopping!

Thank you for stopping by In The Boon Docks and I hope you enjoy the Blog Hop! Lisa

This giveaway is now closed!

283 comments:

  1. I guess I'm a little bit of both. I really like traditional block designs, but enjoy working with modern fabrics and colours. Great giveaway! Thank you.

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  2. And...I too am a little of both, going more modern lately and love the new bright colors!

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  3. I, too, fall somewhere in between traditional and modern. Thank you for this wonderful chance :)

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  4. I like both although I would say I am starting to lean toward modern quilting.

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  5. I'm definitely modern, but the traditional fabrics are awesome when making gifts for traditional folks! :)

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  6. I'm a follower; thanks for the chance!

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  7. I am more of a modern quilter, though above all, I'm a new quilter! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  8. I guess I am more of a modern quilter, bright colors seem to call my name.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  9. I am a loyal follower by e-mail! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  10. I have been using traditional patterns but using more modern fabrics. I just finished my first truly modern quilt, Groove. It is awesome. One of the ladies that I sew with weekly told me it wasn't really a quilt. It is fabric cut up and pieced back together in a pattern so in my mind that makes a quilt.

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  11. I'm a combination of modern & traditional quilter. I enjoy making traditional quilts with modern fabric & modern quilts with traditional fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  12. I'm already a follower. Thanks.

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  13. I started out as a traditional quilter but now that I have returned after a 25+year absence I'm trying to go towards the modern style.

    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  14. I'm already a follower.

    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  15. I'm a traditional quilter. I just love those old blocks and I love the items you've chosen to giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  16. I am already a follower Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  17. I like both modern and traditional but probably lean slightly more towards traditional.

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  18. I'm a modern quilter. I've done traditional quilts with classic fabrics, but I clearly prefer modern fabrics.

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  19. I'm a traditional quilter! Thank you for the chance!

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  20. I am already a follower & enjoy reading your posts! Thank you!

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  21. Hello there. I think I'm traditional turned modern!

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  22. Sou seguidora GFc.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  23. Comecei tradicional,virei moderna.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  24. I love modern quilting! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  25. I love both it just depends on my mood. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. I have truly not the slightest clue - I'm a mixed quilter maybe. I'm still struggling to find a definiion of modern / traditional quilting that makes sense to me and that I could use to look at my work and decide.

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  27. I' m a traditional quilter with aspiration to be more modern!

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  28. I'm starting to think I'm more of a traditional quilter. I love traditional blocks but here are quite a few modern blocks that I really like to. I guess it depends on the pattern. Get better soon and thanks for the chance.

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  29. I'm a follower. Thanks for the chance.

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  30. I am a modern quilter, or will be once I start.

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  31. I follow you via email so I never miss anything.

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  32. I'm not real sure what category my quilting would fall under...possibly something like: ModernTraditionalwithATwistofArt quilting.

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  33. I'm more inbetween. I'm a follower.

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  34. I'm a bit of both. I'm just learning quilting so I'm working on classic patches but I like to use modern fabric colors/prints.

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  35. Definitely modern. Thank you.

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  36. I'm a traditional quilter who uses modern fabrics but also use traditonal fabrics in modern patterns.

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  37. Just checked out Wicked Sisters, Love their logo. I liked tham on FB.

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  38. I consider myself a little bit of both, but I lean towards modern quilting!

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  39. I'm just beginning to quilt with traditional designs. audiodropzone(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. I'm a combination of both also. In particular, I especially tend to like traditional fabrics, but I have way too much fun with modern quilt designs. LOL :-)

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  41. I am a modern quilter. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  42. I like the Wicked Sisters on Facebook.

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  43. I'm a new follower on Google Reader.

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  44. I would consider myself to be both. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  45. I think I am modern AND traditional! Happy holidays!

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  46. I like Wicked Sisters on Facebook. Now that is a great name, don't you think?

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  47. sorry abouut the flu! I am traditional moving into modern. Mostly wondering how to do modern with my old timey stash.

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  48. I go with the flow, I'm not either I'm a mix of the two

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  49. It varies from quilt to quilt. depending on the recipient and audience!

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  50. I'd say I'm more of a traditionalist than not, although I do like some of the modern style. My taste in music is rather eclectic, too. lol

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  51. I've been following for a while now.

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  52. liked Wicked Sisters Boutique page--cute!









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  53. I started as a traditional, now am liking the modern look. I'm a new follower!

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  54. I don't know enough about quilting to know whether I'm modern or traditional but I do know I like to try anything that takes my fancy!

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  55. I have been following you for some time now! Thanks for the chance!!

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  56. I've 'liked' Wicked Sisters Boutique on Facebook

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  57. I guess that I am a mix of both traditional and modern... but not extreme in either (does that make sense to you?) Thanks for another chance!!

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  58. Probably a little bit of both. I love the look of both styles.

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  59. I prefer more modern looking quilts, but still appreciate the traditional! Thanks for the chance!

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  60. I consider myself a quilter, quilting what I like without regard to labels. All quilting styles are both old and new, colors come and go, designs have been copied and repeated forever. I just like to quilt. Thanks.

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  61. I started with traditional looks and bit by bit I moved into modern. I think I'm in between, because I like using traditional patterns with modern fabrics.

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  62. I follow your blog

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  63. I am more into the traditional quilting

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  64. I think I`m a mix.Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. I am a modern quilter. I'm a new follower!

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  66. I liked Wicked Sisters Boutique on FB

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  67. I am both a modern and traditional quilter as well.

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  68. I am both a modern and traditional quilter. Everything seems to tickle my fancy!

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  69. I am both traditional and modern.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .cmo

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  70. new follower

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @ gmail. com

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  71. I love the traditional patterns and both traditional and modern prints.

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  72. I guess a bit of both also but leaning more towards modern because of all the wonderful colors, designs and fabrics!

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  73. I think I would have to admit to both as I do both.

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  74. I'm loving this blog hop and "meeting" new blogs. I did add my name to your Followers list so I'll be back often.

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  75. I am mostly a tradional quilter, but want to get into more modern quilting. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  76. I am more of a traditional quilter but have been influenced more and more by the the modern bloggers.

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  77. I'm a traditional quilter. Thanks for the great giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  78. ALREADY A FOLLOWER>GFC!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  79. HI! I'M A TRADITIONAL QUILTER>LOVE THE DRESDEN BLOCKS! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  80. Thank you for the chance to win. i think I am a more traditional quilter

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  81. Modern, although with a little traditional thrown in :-)

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  82. What a great giveaway! I've been quilting for years and have considered myself traditional. Last year I started reading blogs and discovered this modern quilting and it has grown on me. I think I'm still traditional with a twist of modern, hehe.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. I'm a follower via GFC.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. I'm pretty much a traditional quilter because I've only been at it a few years and not full time. I do like some modern elements but not anything too out there. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  85. Ahhh sorry to hear you are not feeling well. Get well soon!
    I have Liked "Wicked Sisters Boutique" and left them some comment love.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. I'm a little bit of both. I love the precision of traditional patterns, but I also love modern fabric and the eclectic mixes that can be wrought with them.

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  87. I'm traditional quilter with plans to start something modern
    Thanks for a chance to win

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  88. I began as a traditional quilter and lean more towards being a modern with history, LOL!
    loritfrench@comcast.net

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  89. I think I'm more of a traditional quilter, especially the patterns. I LOVE the modern colors and quilts with only solids. ;-> Great giveaway thanks!

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  90. I'm already a happy follower. YAY!

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  91. i am traditional. thanks for the chance

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  92. I am mostly a traditional quilter, who occasionally dabbles in the modern. Hard to say no to any kind of fabric!

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  93. I am traditional in what I'm working on now - but leaning more modern in my future projects. Great giveaway - thanks!

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  94. I think I´m a traditional quilter!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  95. I'm currently on a modern craze but I also make traditional quilts.

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  96. I'm a new follower.

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  97. I liked The Wicked Sisters Boutique on FB.

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  98. I liked The Wicked Sisters Boutique on Facebook. What a cute blog. Kids and bows. You're right. Everyone needs a challenge. So, I would become a traditional modern quilter. I also follow you and have been for sometime now. Thank you for giving all of your followers a chance to win. Merry Christmas.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  99. I liked your daughter's friend...they ARE super cute!

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  100. I am also both modern and traditional. I like to take traditional methods or patterns and make them with modern fabrics and unusual quilting.

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  101. hmmm, i think i am a little of both.

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  102. I think I'm a mix between a modern and a traditional. I like the modern fabrics, but the traditional patterns.

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  103. I am a modern that loves dresden! Have a merry Christmas!

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  104. I'm not just both a modern and a traditional quilter ... I'm a bit of an *art* quilter, too! LOL! I like to cover *all* the bases! There are aspects of all three that are appealing to me! :)

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  105. *And* ... I've liked Wicked Sisters Boutique on FB! Whoohoo!!! :)

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  106. I am probably more traditional, but I love the modern ones too!

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  107. I am a modern quilter - I love SEEING modern quilts but I'm slowly learning to get away from the repetitive geometry of traditional quilts (made with modern fabrics).

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  108. Both, just depending on my mood :)

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  109. I am definitely a traditional quilter :) Those modern fabrics would be a challenge for me lol!

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  110. I am a traditional quilter. I love to look at traditional quilts and patterns. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  111. I am modern and traditional. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  112. Both modern and traditional quilting, but I guess I lean towards traditional

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  113. I liked Wicked Sisters on facebook

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  114. I am modern with a hint of tradition! Not a fan of civil war colours! I love it bright and fun! (Oh and ANYTHING 1930's prints!

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  115. I am a new follower. I look forward to getting to know you through your blog!

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  116. I am a traditional quilter with a modern twist. Thanks for the opportunity on a great giveaway and have a Merry Christmas. bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  117. I'm a traditional quilter with a few modern quilts thrown in for variety. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  118. 1. Thanks for being in this fun blog hop. I think of myself as a traditional quilter, but I'm game to try anything. I love learning new things.

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  119. 2. Thanks for being in this fun blog hop. I follow you.

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  120. 3. Thanks for being in this fun blog hop. I went to facebook and 'liked' wicked sisters. LOL funny name

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  121. Traditonal vs modern...hmm how about Ilove traditonal patterns made with modern colors.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  122. I just beace a new follower. Thank you for a 2nd chance to enter your giveaway.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  123. Thank you for a 3rd chance to enter. I jus twent to Wicked Sisters and liked their facebook page.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  124. I love traditional patterns, but love to shake it up and use modern fabrics!

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  125. Lisa, I like both types of quilting. Lately I have been venturing into primitives. I too am having a giveaway

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  126. Follower, and I really like traditional. Too much white on the modern quilts, I'm afraid. I like the looks, but won't do it yet I think. Thanks for the giveaway. Hope you feel better soon!

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  127. I'm a follower!
    hulsey at gmail dot com

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  128. I'm a traditional quilter. Not too crazy for some of the modern quilts.
    hulsey at gmail dot com

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  129. I am a follower. I am both modern and traditional. Thanks

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  130. I like both traditional and modern. Glad to read I'm not the only one! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  131. I am new to quilting, but I would say I am more modern. Thanks!

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  132. I lean more to the modern side of quilting.

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  133. I liked the Wicked Sisters on FB.

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  134. I love modern fabrics but traditional blocks and patterns, so I'm a mixture of both. I also like to do pouches and clothing.

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  135. I've loved traditional quilts forever but I've recently discovered modern quilts and am falling in love again. It's so hard to decide which I like best! Your gifts are beautiful. Thanks for participating.
    Nancy from joy for grace

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  136. I'm a traditional quilter with a touch of modern thrown in for a change of pace.

    thanks for the chance!

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  137. I am a quilter. I don't know if I am a modern or a traditional quilter. I make quilts that I like and I use colours that I like so I don't have a style or a favourite.

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  138. I am both. I like making all kinds of quilts.

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  139. I'm both, although I lean toward modern. That's what drew me back into quilting the last couple of years.

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  140. I am already a follower - fun, fun!

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  141. I like The Wicked Sisters over at FB. You can find me under Mountain Quiltworks.

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  142. Mostly I have done traditional quilting but I find the modern stuff so appealing. I think my next project will be modern!

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  143. I am a new follower on google reader

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  144. I am both, I have a traditional side, but I am a new quilter so I am learning blocks, the modern quilter to me can do anything as long as its different and has a twist......LOL, But it depends who I am quilting for too.

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  145. Great giveaway...thanks. I would say I am a traditional quilter...trying to get modern...lol

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  146. I think a like a little bit of both. More towards modern quilting.

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  147. thank you for this grat chance. hugs Alessandra

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  148. I am already follower from Italy. hugs Alessandra

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  149. I'm more a traditional quilter even though I do some modern stuff now and then.

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