Thursday, November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks - A Blog Hop Party Giveaway!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways


Hi everyone!

It's that time of the year again, the Quilting Gallery is hosting their big Blog Hop Party, and I'm taking part with my own Giveaway.

To everyone who's new to my blog, welcome to my space! I won't bore you with page long stories about what adventures I've been up to with my sewing machine, but if you're interested to find out, just check my latest posts on here, or for some visuals go to my Flickr Photostream, where everything I make gets photographed and uploaded to.

To all my loyal followers and readers, thank you very much for sticking with me in the past year!

Yes, it's been a year now that I've been blogging - a blogaversary Giveaway is coming next week - and I have met a ton of really amazing and super talented people this way and made a bunch of new friends. Wouldn't want to miss this for the world.

But before I babble on now, let's move on to the Giveaway.

Christmas is just a few weeks away, so I decided to give away a few Christmas themed items.



Up for grabs are 6 coasters with paper-pieced tree motifs, each of them measures 4" x 4", 1 gift-shaped pincushion with a white bow, as well as a box of yummy Nuremberg gingerbread.

Here are a few additional photos of the coasters and the pincushion, all of which were made with fabric from Kate Spain's Joy collection.





Do you want these? The whole set will go to one lucky winner! All you have to do is the following:

1.) For your first chance to win, leave a comment and tell me what (Christmas themed) sewing projects you've been working on.


2.) For an additional entry become a follower of my blog, for example through Bloglovin', Google Friend Connect or subscribe any other way (links can be found to the top right of this blog) and comment that you did and how. 


Of course all of my awesome, existing followers get this extra entry too! ;) All you need to do, is tell me that you're already a follower and how you follow me.


This Giveaway is open until Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 2:00 PM EST / 8:00 PM CET. International participants are highly welcome.

Please note that I reply to all comments that I get. So if you don't receive a reply, that means you're a no-reply blogger. 
Comments from no reply bloggers will automatically be disqualified from this giveaway unless there's an email address stated within the comment that you left, so make sure I have a way of contacting you! If your email address isn't displayed in your blogger profile or you're unsure wether or not it is, just add your email address to your comment, because if I have no way to contact you, you can't win!

The winner will be picked with the help of Mr. Random and announced here on the blog within 24 hours of the end of this giveaway.


Good luck everyone and happy blog hopping!
xx Lia

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The winner of this giveaway is comment number 133 made by Nanbon44. She's already been contacted via Email. Congratulations! :)

200 comments:

  1. I am a happy follower. I love your work. Thanks for such a great giveaway.

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  2. What a fabulous giveaway, thank you. those coasters are really beautiful.

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  3. I am not working on Christmas themed projects right now. Just items that will be Christmas gifts. Mug rugs, table runners and embroidery design for a bag

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  4. I'm already a follower via Bloglovin.

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  5. I just finished embellishing kitchen towels and now plan to make potholders to match.

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  6. Lia, I have been happily following via GFC.

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  7. I'm working on stocking stuffers -- hand warmers and small crochet items. as well as ornaments and some table runners

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  8. I love your work Lia, enjoyed the swaps you've organized. I'm working of table runners, didn't think of coasters, what a great idea. I think I'll make a couple of sets for my girlfriends and leave the tablerunners for my sisters.

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  9. Happy one year, mine is right after Christmas for 2 years, but my birthday is Sunday so as soon as we are done with this I am having another giveaway too

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  10. Hi Lia - I haven't started this year's quilting project because I just finished last year's gift (it will be delivered tonight)! I follow you by email.

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  11. I am trying to make small door hangings for all my neighbours before the season is over :)

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  12. I wish I were doing Christmas, I have several dozen pjs to make, but I'm working on a quilt for my neighbor, hope to get it pieced by next week. Thanks.

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  13. I follow with goggle and your newsletter. Thanks.

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  14. Right now I am trying to get a Christmas tree skirt done for my son

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  15. Working on a table topper and table runner. Thnx.

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  16. I am a new follower on Bloglovin

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  17. Oh dear, I haven't been working on any Christmas projects yet but I am about to start a stacking for a brand new granddaughter!

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  18. Not working on a Christmas themed project, but I am finishing up a quilt for a Christmas present :-)

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  19. Ornaments...but I honestly haven't started yet.

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  20. I am not working on any Christmas themed projects at the moment. In fact, I don't know that I've ever made anything for Christmas decorating. Is that bad?

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  21. Hi there. Thank you for visiting my blog. I am not working on a Christmas themed project right now because we celebrate Christmas in July :) I have added you to my Google Reader. I love the quilting resources you have on the sidebars including the swaps & quilt-a-longs.

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  22. I have 4 little primitive Santa pillows to make, in homespuns. The coasters are so cute!!
    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  23. I am a new follower by email! I love your work.
    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  24. Love the coasters and pin cushion! I'm making 4 dining chair back cover like Santa's hat. new follower too!
    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  25. I'm your new GFC follower.
    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  26. Cool giveaway - I love that Kate Spain line! I've been busy making ornaments and bibs and hanging tea towels. amycav at hotmail dot com

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  27. I have been working on snowmen. I just love them!

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  28. I now am following you on Bloglovin! I love your Christmas giveaways! It would be quite delight to win them!

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  29. Your work is beautiful! I need to start an advent calendar so I better get my moving!

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  30. I haven't made any Christmas projects yet, but did make a little twister autumn table runner. Now you've got me thinking about what to make next for Christmas. I love your coasters and might just give them a whirl. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. I'm a happy e-mail follower for about two months now. I'm surprised you have only been blogging for a year; you seem so professional! I look forward to seeing your future projects.

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  32. I just finished a wall hanging with trees and appliqued Christmas lights.

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  33. My granddaughter has to have a peacock costume for her school Christmas program. She is in 1st grade so I have a challenge ahead of me. We have picked out all the sparkley and bright fabrics along with some real peacock feathers.

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  34. i am making a quilt with angels and crosses for a wonderful lady at church who is losing her eyesight. thanks for a great giveaway. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  35. i follow your blog via gfc babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  36. I really need to be making a tree skirt for myself but I've been working on a lap quilt for my mother in law. I've added your giveaway to my weekly link up.

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  37. I've been working on a quilt that has houses with snow on them, snowman, and pine trees. It's been at lease a year or so since I started it. I seem to get it going then something else comes up. I'm a follower on Google Friends

    ttaylor1013@gmail.com

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  38. working on a wool christmas stocking for my granddaughter

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  39. Lia these are so cute! I'd love them! Sadly, I'm not working on any Christmas projects this year.

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    1. When I double checked, it said I wasn't by I know I follow you somehow! even if it's through Flickr I guess :)

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  41. I hate to say it but I have done no Christmas sewing this year

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  42. I'm making table runners for Christmas!

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  43. I am making some Christmas kitchen towels for my sons co worker

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  44. Such lovely tree coasters! Thank you! I am making new holiday stockings for my family of 5! thank you!

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  45. I follow on Bloglovn already! I like the fish tank at the bottom of your blog!

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  46. I haven't done anything this year because work has been too too much. I do so like your creativity.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  47. Joined your blog and follow you with bloglovin

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  48. I have made a folded fabric Christmas tree.

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  49. working on a dearhead for my fireplace

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  50. I haven't started on any Christmas projects yet, but I want to make some cushion covers. Thanks for such a gorgeous giveaway.

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  51. LOVE your coasters. I'm actually making coasters too, but just simple...no trees. =( Very nice.

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  52. Newly following your blog with bloglovin. Thank you again.

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  53. I've been working on a Christmas block of the month off and on for three years. Yikes! I need to get that done I guess : ). I love the coasters!

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  54. I now follow you via email. I'm looking forward to reading more. Thanks!

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  55. I'm finishing up a little quilt to use as a holiday table topper. Your coasters would coordinate perfectly!

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  56. Oh, what lovely giveaway gifts! I am currently working on several small Christmas gifts......mug rugs, microwave bowls, potholders, a table runner and seasonal wall hangings.

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  57. sashay ruffled crochet scarves plus a faux chenille flannel baby quilt for my niece. dfnanney@gmail.com

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  58. I just got some Winter's Lane by Birdie and Kate in the mail and I am about to start working on a table runner and possibly a wall hanging.

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  59. I am working on an Elm Creek Christmas quilt. Of the two, it is the one with applique in the center.

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  60. I am now following you on bloglovin..

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  61. Ein toller Blog auf dem ich immer wieder gerne vorbeischaue.

    Danke für dieses schöne Give Away

    Liebe Grüße
    Marion

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  62. I've been working on a Christmas quilt for my new GS.

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  63. I am not working on anything Christmascy right now. I am quilting some tops that I already have made. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  64. I'm not doing any Christmas sewing until I finish Christmas gift sewing (and swap sewing!) Hoping to find time to make a table runner though!

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  65. I have sewn my first Christmas themed anything this year with the completion of an advent calendar. I also plan on making a Christmas fussy cut pillow soon :) Awesome giveaway!

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  66. Those are gorgeous coasters Lia! I finally woke up and realized December will be here Ina week's time and I still haven't started the kid's advent calendar that promised last year. . .started cutting this morning! :)

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  67. Your gifts are all so yummy!! I'm pulling Christmas fabrics to start a GIANT log cabin quilt AND I want to start a Giant Christmas star quilt.

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  68. I have been follower of yours through Bloglovin'

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  69. I intend to start a table runner this weekend! (if I can stop looking at blogs that is!) bduncan56@varnet.net

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  70. I just finished an Aspen Frost Christmas quilt for my home and am on to gifts now.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  71. I follow via Bloglovin
    Thanks again

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  72. I am working on a table runner to use on the buffet table on Christmas day! Thanks!

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  73. I've been working on some Christmas shopping bags. I'll use them to wrap presents in (instead of paper) then use them for groceries!

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  74. I am already following you on Bloglovin'.

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  75. Jesse Tree Ornaments! Pictures here: http://etsy.me/1gGUUAZ

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  76. I am working on a Christmas tree wall hanging with lights.

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  77. I am working on a quilt for Christmas...not exactly a Christmas theme but it has to be done. If I have time, I want to make some Christmasy placemats.

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  78. I am finishing up a Christmas block quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  79. I am a follower of yours on bloglovin'

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  80. I am working on several Christmas table runners and next will be pillowcases.

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  81. I have been a follower on google friends.

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  82. I am working on Christmas dresses for some granddaughters.

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  83. I am currently crocheting some doilies (red and white). After that I have to sew up some pot holders (maybe in white,red and green). I do have to make some origami bookmarks for friends' children.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Wishing you a superb weekend.

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  84. Hi and thank you for a lovely give away! Most beautiful coasters and pin cushion! Sunny wishes from Greece! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. I am also from Greece! I follow you via Bloglovin

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  86. I work on some Christmas ornaments for my classes

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  87. Thank you for a lovely giveaway! I'm working on a quilt for a Christmas gift. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  88. Thanks for a great giveaway, the coasters are stunning. I am working on a Christmas lap quilt and some stockings this week.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  89. Those coaster are super cute.I`m working on a christmas runner and wallhanging.

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  90. Thanks for the chance to win, stocking are on the quilting project list.

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  91. I just started a trade wind pattern quilt at a recent retreat that used a Moda holiday themed jelly roll. I need to determine where the block will be on the quilt next.

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  92. FOLLOW > BLOG LOVIN'

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  93. HELLO, WORKING ON A RED,GREEN,CREAM 60 DEGREE CIRCLE CANDLE MAT FOR A FRIEND! THANKS FOR YOUR BLOG,HOP+A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  94. Unfortunately I'm not working on any Christmas-themed items right now, but I made a Christmas table runner last summer that I'll finally get to use! Thanks for sharing!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  95. I'm a new email follower. I enjoyed viewing your Photostream - great work! Many thanks!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  96. How very sweet of you to have homemade items in your giveaway! This season I made 2 candy cane table runners and several gift card holders. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  97. I'm following you on Bloglovin. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  98. I'm working on an Advent calendar for my newest grandchild. It has to be in Monday's mail! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  99. Love your giveaway! I am currently working on a Christmas wall hanging...theme... Bulldog going to Walt Disney World for Christmas, it's lovely!

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  100. I'm not really working on any Christmas themed projects right now. I can't seem to find the time or energy to work on much of anything right now. This could help.

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  101. Your coasters are beautiful! No Christmas themed projects here though I did recently finish 4 throw pillows for my mom's Christmas present.

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  102. I'm working on six Christmas elves right now to give to my friends for Christmas. I love your coasters - the fabrics you used are gorgeous! Linda
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  103. Last weekend I finished 65 Christmas ornaments that I will give to the library staff and trustees. Next: five Chrismtas-themed pillows for the library department heads and office staff. Thanks for the opportunity to win your holiday gifts. I'm adding you to my Bloglovin' list, too.

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  104. Love the giveaway! I am working on a chevron solids Christmas quilt (since last year) and hope to finish it by next year. Thanks!

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  105. I follow your blog via bloglovin, thanks!

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  106. HI! I hope to make some decorations for the tree. Thanks for the chance!

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  107. New follow er on blogloving if I can get it working from my Android. I love the coasters and am looking forward to seeing more.

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    1. Nothing Christmasy in the works, but three quilts I need to finish by the. Star wars, a Lilac giant star, and one for by boy that Always gets shoved to the bottom of the to do pile

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  108. Little bow ties of Christmas scraps

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  109. Happy blogiversary!

    I'm working on stockings for a family I nanny for. :) and then a slew of Christmas gifts for family and friends!

    I do follow you via email. :) look forward to reading more. :)

    My phone doesnt like to sign into blogger (wth android? Aren't you Google anyway?) So here is my email...

    Tickledpeep@yahoo.com

    Thanks for the chance! Melle

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  111. Although I am making Christmas gifts... they aren't Christmas themed and that is because they are hangings for year round ;-) Love your coasters... very sweet!!

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  112. I follow you via GFC and Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra entry!!

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  113. New to your blog - love it, and the chance to learn about blog-hopping - a real treat...
    I am working on my first Christmas tree skirt - and loving the ruler / internet patterns to view / ideas to inspire....
    Thanks
    Barbmo

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  114. Hi there! I just finished making the mini stockings for the swap on the quilters gallery. I have been to Germany, my husband has family there and those cookies are a favorite!! rosesabey@yahoo.com

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  115. I am working on a Christmas/winter themed rag quilt for my parents.

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  116. due to heart surgery I didn't get to my Christmas projects this year so I look at it like I have a head start on next Christmas... I did manage to get some of my charity quilts sent off to the hospitals and I have some to finish for the nursing homes

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  117. I'm making Christmas pillowcases, and I am now a follower.

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  118. I am hand quilting a Christmas alphabet panel for the hallway outside my kids' rooms.

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  119. I've been a follower of your awesomeness for a while

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  120. Love the coasters Lia... I'm planning to make a matchbox car holder for my grandson...

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  121. I'm a new GFC follower! Woohoo!

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  122. I am working on Twisted wreathe wall hangings.

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  123. What an awesome giveaway! Those coasters are fabulous!! I am working on potholders and placemats. Thanks for the chance to win your wonderful creations.

    jodie.marie
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  124. I am trying to finish some small gifts for my sewing friends for Christmas. Santa decorations for the Christmas tree!

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  125. I'm working on some ornaments. I follow via GFC. Thanks for the giveaway! The coasters are lovely, and I just LOVE German gingerbread!
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  126. I am working on Tardis quilts for my shop. They count: 1. Because they are for gifts for the client's kids, and 2. Doctor Who is an all year round thing, especially Christmas!

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  127. A lot of comments!!! Congratulations for your blog-anniversary! YEY! I've been following you via Bloglovin but doesn't worked very well. So I'll follow you via email. :)

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  128. What a fun giveaway! Those coasters will match my Kate Spain tree ornaments! Thanks!

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  129. I'm not really doing any Christmas themed things. I do have a name tag that I need to do for my Modern Quilt Guild. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

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  130. I am making christmas ormanents with fabric. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  131. And I am a new GFC follower. Thanks again

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  132. I made a seasonal skinnie from Quiltermaker.

    schroeppelr at yahoo dot com

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  133. I am making a wee Christmas Santa (from felt) for my God-daughter. The jolly fellow has a transparent tummy full with golden chocolate coins! I have also made a wee Santa Basket for Christmas choccies and have made a start on a Christmas wallhanging (that one probably won't get finished until next Christmas though!).

    I already follow your lovely blog on Bloglovin and I follow you on Flickr. Natalie xx sewingroomsecrets@gmail.com

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  134. I haven't done any holiday sewing!

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  135. I love them! I am working on a tree skirt for a swap partner for a Christmas swap.

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  136. Not one single solitary thing!!! What's wrong with me??? i wanted to make a Christmas quilt this year for decorating,..but that didn't get done. Maybe that's a good goal for next year. No sewing this Christmas.

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  137. I'm making a grey/white/red Christmas themed table runner! Hope I finish it in time! :D

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  138. I Have Made Some Christmas Stockings And Post Cards.

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  139. I really don't have any projects started right now! I think I want to make my daughter a new apron as a gift, though.

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  140. I'm currently working on some coasters for the Christmas season!

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  141. I'm working on pot holders with my daycare kids that they can give to their parents. Thanks for hosting. pbstrand@msn.com

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  142. I'm not entering, I just wanted to say that those coasters are adorable!

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  143. Very fun coasters- I have some trees that have been languishing in a box for awhile now but it may be awhile to until I return to it as I am starting my son's wedding quilt.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
    Regards from Alberta,
    Anna
    quiltmom1(at) shaw( dot) ca

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  144. I should be working on the Christmas Blocks I got back from last years quilt swap but I haven't found the time:(

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  145. I am working on a quilted take runner for my booj case

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  146. I love your coasters and gingerbread... yummy. I am working on two Christmas pillows right now.

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  147. I'm working on a Christmas Tree quilt (off an on around other things) at the moment. It's been great fun!

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  148. I'm working on advent calendars!!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  149. I follow via email.

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  150. I make a few Christmas mug rugs for my colleagues.

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  151. I'm working on a Christmas tree skirt in purples, a stuffed Nativity set and a Nativity cloth book for my grandson.

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  152. I am behind on gifts but am hoping to work some mug rugs into the mix in December. Thanks for such a cute giveaway - I love that line of fabrics!

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  153. I am working on a Christmas stocking for my grandson's first Christmas!

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  154. I signed up to follow via bloglovin

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  155. I have hardly started Christmas stuff!! Big plans for some gifts though including a journal cover, and some mug rugs for bee mates.Thanks for asking! That gingerbread looks good enough to eat, smile.
    LeeAnna Paylor
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com
    lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  156. That gingerbread looks amazing! I'm working on finishing up a quilt for my husband for his Christmas present.

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  157. Love the coasters! I'm making some triangle prayer flags (what are those called?) in red/green for an auction at my kids school. Thanks!

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  158. Fabulous coasters. Just finishing a quilt wall hanging of a English Bulldog going on a trip to a Disney World!

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  159. Thanks for a chance to win the coasters, working on table runners.

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  160. I'm working on a Hidden Wells lap quilt in Xmas fabric. Thanks so much for sharing. LOVE the coasters.

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  161. Love the coasters!! They are sew cute! I have some wool ornament kits that I would like to get too... but I'm finishing some quilt gifts first... may have the ornaments Next year... haha!

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  162. I haven't exactly been working on a Christmas theme project. I have been working on a Christmas project for my four year old. A doll diaper bag with bib, cloth diapers, wipes and blankie in a girl john deere print.

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  163. Follow blog lovin' the simplified home

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  164. I love the coasters.. I have yet to try my hand at paper piecing. I am working on Christmas presents but don't really make Christmas themed things. These coasters would be lovely to set out.

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  165. I follow via GFC. The cookies would also be lovely with a cup of tea sitting on a coaster!

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  166. How cute! I'm making a table runner with wool appliqued, santa, reindeer etc.

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  167. I am currently working on patchwork pillow cases for my grandsons.
    I am following you via ekail.
    Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.
    sharoneujones@gmail.com

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  168. I am currently working on machine embroidery tea towels, I seem to do those every year.

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