Monday, December 12, 2011

Sew, Mama, Sew - Giveaway Day

If you're looking for my giveaway, you've landed in the right place.  Thanks for stopping by!


To say that I have a lot of fabric is an understatement.  By some measures, maybe it's not that much.  But for the amount of storage space I have in my house, it seems a bit extreme.  I just can't help myself.  It's all so pretty and lovely.  Leaving it in the fabric store seems such a shame, even if I don't have plans for it yet.  Maybe it's a problem...I think not.  BUT, since I seem to be busting at the seams with fabric I thought I'd share some with one of you! 

I'm giving away 6 fat quarters of Denyse Schmidt's fabulous Picnics & Fairgrounds fabric.  Fun, right?


PLUS, I'm going to include 4 notecards I embellished with Hello Betty fabric from Chloe's Closet for Moda.  I started making cards like these to give with handmade gifts and it's a really fun way to use up scraps, don't you think?  I really love how these all coordinate, too!


All you have to do to enter is leave a comment here, telling me what you want most for Christmas (or your birthday, or whatever).  It can be something realistic or a super-luxurious-never-gonna-happen-in-a-million-years gift.  I'm fairly practical at heart, but if we had the money to indulge, I'd love someone to cook for my family for a year (who am I kidding...for maybe ever).  That would be heaven!  I don't necessarily HATE cooking...it's just really not my favorite thing to do.  And I always feel bad because my poor husband loves variety but I could eat pasta every day so I tend to not be very inspired in the kitchen.  I try!


Follow me if you'd like (I'd love it!) but it's not a requirement to win.  Just be sure I have a way to contact you, ok?  You don't want to miss out because I couldn't find you!  The winner will be randomly chosen on December 16th and announced on the 17th.

Thanks for playing and enjoy your holidays!

PS... I've been trying to reply to all of your comments, but I've had at least half a dozen "no reply" commenters.  If you aren't sure if you're a "no reply" commenter, please be sure to leave your email address in your comment so I can get a hold of you!  Thanks!!

PPS - Thank you all so very much for stopping by and commenting on my lil old blog.  I am blown away by the response.  And thank you to all of my new followers.  I will follow you back (once I have a minute to check y'all out!).  And, last, PLEASE make sure I can contact you!  I have gotten tons of fab comments but I feel so bad for those I can't get in touch with.  If I can't get in touch with you, I can't send you the prize if you win.  Here's a great post that explains how to make sure you're not a no-reply commenter.  I was one for a while and didn't even know it...check it out: http://www.aprettylifeinthesuburbs.com/2010/10/no-reply-blogger.html

One last thing!  Check out my newest post...I'm giving away another set of notecards!  No need to comment on the other post.  Your comment on THIS post automatically enters you for both prizes.  Good luck!

447 comments:

  1. Oooh most want for Christmas? hmmm... maybe more opportunities to sew. :)

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  2. For Christmas I would someone to maintain my house with the upkeep, lawn, snow, repairs!!! I love your giveaway!

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  3. Ha. I want Santa to bring me a Bernina 8something series... can't remember exact number but it's around $8000! IN MY DREAMS!

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  4. I'd like to win the lottery so I could get my house renovation finished. Love the fabric and the chance to dream it out loud!

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  5. I'd love a week back at home so that my parents/in-laws could spend lots of time with their grandkids! Oh, and maybe a few new fat quarters under the tree? :) :)

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  6. Love those fabrics! I would love to get a shopping spree to my neighborhood fabric store! My stash is dwindling!

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  7. Fab fabric giveaway! On the realistic side I would love a kindle. On the never going to happen side, I'd be ecstatic if I never had to cook again..lol!

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  8. I'd love a serger! (Wouldn't that be nice???)
    Thanks!

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  9. If I could indulge my wildest fantasy it would be for a long arm quilter and a place to put it.

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  10. I'd love to finish our basement (which includes my sewing room). No more sewing in the dark!

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  11. I would love to get shelves for my storage room and finally be able to organize everything properly.

    ajoyfulnoise (at) live (dot) com

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  12. what I want most is a silhouette cameo (which I know my husband bought me) and a haircut.

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  13. First off I'm going to follow because I have confidence you are going to do great things and you need more than an audience of 5 to show it off to!

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  14. I DO like cooking...just not every eve so I'd have someone to do our cooking every other evening!

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  15. I would love to get some really fancy sewing machine... and new lenses for my camera to (I wouldn't mind some new shoes also... woman can never have to many shoes, LOL). Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  16. I would love to have more time to sew!!!. And a few yards of new fabric will be lovely too!!!. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  17. I want to go back to Disney World :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  18. A new sewing machine would be awesome!

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  19. I want a very realistic gift: a patchwork kit!

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  20. Oh, if I could really have anything for Christmas, I would get a housekeeper. I don't need somebody there every day, but two or three times a week would be amazing. Someone who would do whatever dishes I didn't get to, do laundry, help me organize particular closets... yes, I know it's a dream!

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  21. A fancy new sewing machine that I can lower the feed dogs and adjust the bobbin tension on. And a storage system.

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  22. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! My dream gift would be a dslr camera :)

    asewingjournal@gmail.com

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  23. What I want most is for my laundry room I asked for last year to get built. All I need is a all to cut off the end of my garage. It's on the books for Jan 8, so hopefully noting happens so I have to push it back! Thanks for the giveaway! robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. i would love a kindle. and a housekeeper, so i could spend more time sewing. i have the opposite problem with my husband - he is very much meat and potatoes, and i like variety! i love hello betty - i wish i'd bought more of it!

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  25. My dream Christmas gift would be a trip around the world! (dream on.....)
    thanks

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  26. Oh, well, something I'd never get is a dream vacation to some exotic paradise...a trip on an airplane and sun! =) Back to reality...I'm pretty content right now. =)
    LOL

    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  27. I wnat the Modern Bee Block book. What do you want??

    Kritta22@hotmail.com

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  28. Oh, my....dreaming here! I would love for Santa to leave me a 10 needle embroidery machine for Christmas. A girl has to dream big, right? :) Merry Christmas and thank you for this giveaway opportunity!

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  29. I would love to have money or gift cards to spend on fabric, yarn, notions, etc. I am the type who always talks myself out of spending money on something I don't absolutely need so it would be fun to have something to spend on what I want without any guilt.

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  30. Oh my! I love your idea!!! But I could also go for a weekly maid....just to help keep up with life ya know? :)

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I'm your newest follower!

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  31. EQ7 would be WONDERFUL!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. Well, I think I am lucky enough to get my biggest wish this Christmas which would be a new sewing machine (yippie!) but on the extravagant side, I would love to take a luxury vacation somewhere tropical with my husband. :)

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  33. I really want a new handbag, that would fit all my crap and my knitting! And my dream present would be a new car.. mine is about to die...;(

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  34. For christmas, I want an Echo bundle or some Outfoxed by Lizzy House !

    But you know, I'd be happy with anything that we can call fabric :)

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  35. It's not going to happen but I'd love a trip to New Zealand for us all!

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  36. well, I'd like a Go cutter, but since no one knows this in my family, it is unlikely to happen!

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  37. I would love a tropical vacation...

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  38. Great fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  39. I'd love an espresso machine for Christmas, so I can stop spending money at Starbucks and add that money to my fabric budget!

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  40. There are small things that I've asked for this year, but if money wasn't an issue I'd really love a Mini Cooper, a puppy or some diamond earrings! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  41. I would love to be given a surprise trip to somewhere I've never been (that has some fabric or yarn stores nearby and maybe some great hiking places too). Someplace warm!
    Sarah
    scotthoughton@verizon.net

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  42. I'd love to recieve a subscription to Ottobre!!!

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  43. All I want for Christmas is a 4-cup Japanese tea pot!

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  44. I would love a housekeeper for Christmas. Even if they just came every couple of weeks, I hate cleaning! I would much rather be sewing.

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  45. yes, super fun! i'd like a professional organizer to spend some time in my studio and whip it into shape! thanks.

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  46. Thanks for the great giveaway. Those cards are super-cute, and I love the denyse s. fabric! I'd love 2 more weeks of vacation time a year for Christmas. Think my boss will go for it? Failing that, a Kindle would be super :-)

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  47. I would like to get a new job! My company is struggling badly through this economy and as it doesn't seem to get any better I think I should change before it's too late...
    Terrific giveaway! Thanks for sharing.

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  48. Thanks for the chance to win! Love the fabrics! So beautiful and your cards are fun too. If I could have anything for xmas, i'd really really want a trip to Antarctica. Strange but I'm dying to go.

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  49. i'd like a permanent spot for my sewing machine...
    :)

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  50. I'd like another 2 bunnies. or maybe 4. It wont happen though, my husband seems to think that 4 is enough!

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  51. Thank you for a great giveaway.
    My pie-in-the-sky Christmas gift would be a big house (with a live-in cleaner) so I could foster - and keep - more dogs.
    My more realistic gift is a new pair of wellie boots and a few yards of my favorite fabrics.

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  52. I'd like an unlimited fabric budget. Or maybe just some fabric budget to start would be good.

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  53. Mmm I could go for some spa gift cards. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  54. I would love to have a Janome Horizon. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  55. I'd love a long arm machine. That will probably NEVER happen but I can dream!

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  56. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance!
    Don't laugh--I really want a good composter. :)

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  57. I want a bigger house with a sewing room. I really want my own sewing space. Oh, and time off from work to only do sewing.

    Santa performs miracles, right?

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  58. I wanted more fabrics added to my stash.
    Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  59. Thanks for a chance to win those lovelies! I would love to have a job as a designer of fabrics or patterns or open up a little creative store, but that is NOT going to happen!

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  60. All I want for Christmas is more fabric. Big surprise?

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  61. Is it fair to say that I already got what I wanted for Christmas? I wanted the Colette Sewing Handbook and the Burdastyle Handbook, and since we celebrated part of Christmas early (my spouse is out of the country for the holiday), I got my gift already!

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  62. I would like photography classes for Xmas :)

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  63. thanks for the great giveaway! If I could have anything, it would be an innova long arm machine. Yay!

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  64. I already got what I wanted for Christmas, a Kindle Touch! I have been hinting to hubby that I would like an Accuquilt...maybe if I make a big enough sign...

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  65. I love to get a guitar for christmas (With guitar skills if possible)

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  66. I would love to get a new lens for my camera... but that's just a little dream

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  67. I'd like a gift certificate to my favorite comic book shop. I don't have much money and I always end up spending it on fabric and sewing supplies so I miss out on my favorite comics.

    brevistraex@gmail.com

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  68. We will move soon and I really wish for a new bed. Unfortunately it's not going to happen anytime soon.

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  69. I would love to get a new camera but it won't happen this year!

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  70. A job in Paris so I could move there and live happily ever after! Or more fabric for my stash. Either way is good :D

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  71. I'd really love a trip to Europe, including France. I'd visit my daughter who is traveling/working there and also lots of fabric shops and flea markets. Oh, since I'm wishing - I wish I could make a big shipment of pretty stuff home.

    lorrieorr (at) gmail.com

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  72. For Christmas, I want an endless supply of fabric!! If only!

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  73. I want a Lodge cast iron dutch oven that is enamel coated. See, I am perfectly logical lol.

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  74. My dream gift is a ipad but my realistic gift is a binder maker :)

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  75. I really would like a kitcheaid mixer

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  76. Lovely fabrics! I'd love if someone paid for my wedding (we're getting married 4 days after Christmas)!

    Thanks for the giveaway
    Sarah @ http://kiwigetscrafty.blogspot.com

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  77. This sounds really superficial, but I really want a pair of TOMS for Christmas! liz.taylor24@yahoo.com

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  78. I would love a week vacation with just my husband, but the kids are too little and we don't have enough money... maybe in a few years!
    steeplechaser29 at yahoo dot com

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  79. the same thing that every quilter wants more and more fabric!

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  80. I'm really hoping for a GO! Cutter under the tree this year, I've dropped enough hints to my husband. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  81. I want a Kindle!
    jowynj(at)blueyonder.co.uk

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  82. Hi, thank you for the chance to win. I would like to have more opportunities to sew. Maybe, that days stretch out and have 24 hours more for funny things to do and for sleep.

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  83. I really want a Pan Am Innovator bag for Christmas.

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  84. I would like a Silhouette Machine.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. Well, since we can ask for anything... I'd like a bigger house, which would have room for a library and a real sewing room :) I don't ask for much lol.

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  86. I want a house... but I'd settle for some fabric. :) christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  87. Love DS fabric!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. I most want a new car for Christmas... mine is on its last leg!

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  89. I want my daughters wedding to run smoothly. There is so much to think about. Have a wonderful holiday season. lauri.rymar@gmail.com

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  90. I would love this antique sewing box I spotted on etsy for christmas. Crossing fingers.

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  91. What I want most for the Chanukah is a new sewing machine but they're so darn expensive I don't dare ask for one.

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  92. I love that fabric.

    The ultimate gift for me? An hour a week, completely and utterly me time. No kids, no chores, no tv, just me, my sewing machine, maybe a book, maybe a glass of wine, maybe even an uninterupted bath. Now that's a fantasy!

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  93. i really want new baby sitters. oh and a nanny, where can i get one of those santa!!!

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  94. For Christmas I want all my family together and having fun.
    But if I have to choose something that costs money...how about sending me to Europe for 8 weeks.
    Your note cards are a lovely idea.

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  95. Some unrestricted sewing time!
    Just me and nothing pressing to get done!

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  96. I want my living room painted. I don't hate painting, but it's the setting up and taking down that I loath!

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  97. I want my own sewing room, not a stinkin' sewing corner! :)

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  98. I would like a weekend ALONE away at a spa with all the wireless connectivity, room service and spa treats a girl can ask for. Ahh just thinking about it soothes my soul. :D

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  99. Cute!!! Great giveaway.
    Realistically I would like a whip cream dispenser like the kind at soda fountains. Sadly I need/want a new water heater.

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  100. A Bernina! Realistically, though, I would like a radio that fits on the shelf in my kitchen and gets good reception (not like the piece of crap I have now). Merry Christmas!

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  101. thanks for the chance!
    I wish some happy days with my husband and my children on christmas and mayby some time to sew too ☺

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  102. How lovely! Yeah, I'd like that cook when you're done with him/her. I too could eat pasta every day, and it's just not the husbandperson's favorite. Sigh.

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  103. The Go! Baby cutter is on the top of my list! :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  104. Mmmh I don't have any Christmas/Birthday list maybe a camera will be great, but doesnt't matter If I don't got it. I'm sure I will be more happy with a really big box of scraps :D

    I'm having a giveaway for the SMS too

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  105. Clothes, thank goodness my husband is a good shopper!

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  106. Yes, my own sewing-crafting-lockthedoor-room. Not sure santa can fit that in his sliegh ;)

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  107. "Santa baby, there's just one more thing - a ring! I don't mean on the phone."

    emailbylili[at]mac.com

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  108. We are scaling back on Christmas this year... I do want a new large cutting mat and rotary blade though!

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  109. Oh, well, if we're dreaming, I'd love a trip to Scotland with my boyfriend to celebrate our second anniversary!!

    michaelacking (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  110. Sleep. And I'd like to make a gift of my extra baby weight to someone, ha. Thanks!

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  111. I would love a vacation for Christmas!

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  112. A small house for me and my family. A garden around it. A space on our own

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  113. Super-luxurious: a once-a-month maid
    Realistic(ish): time to sew
    Realistic: gift certificate for fabric store!
    roguekeri at live dot com

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  114. Would love a Go Baby in my stocking

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  115. New sewing scissors for sure.

    nancebagance at yahoo dot ca

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  116. Maid service would be so awesome! :D

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  117. Any gift...all bills paid off plus extra for savings. I am not asking for much, promise. ;)

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  118. I could go along with the idea of having a cook -- cooking is not my favorite thing to do. Dreaming relatively big, I'd like a long arm machine.

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  119. Looking forward to receiving a Kindle (unless all hints have fallen of deaf ears). Thanks for the give away.

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  120. I'd love a big bundle of modern japanese fabrics, or the money to spend on fabrics!

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  121. ahhh would just love some TIME to sew - simple really

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  122. I would love to have a new sewing machine. i work with a basic kenmore and although it is a workhouse it doesn't have any bell or whistles!

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  123. Some basting pins, and perhaps some new CD's.

    I am joining in with the give away day, so please pop over to my blog and say hello

    http://sewasecondchance.blogspot.com/

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  124. For Christmas, I really just want more time. To do what needs to be done and what I want to do for fun. I am a student mom, and there is never enough time for everything...

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  125. A cook for a year would be absolutely amazing! I would also settle for some fabric gift cards or a new iron. ;) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  126. I'd love to remodel my kitchen, and a horse would be nice too! Thanks!

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  127. Oh my. For an over indulgent gift I'd love a housekeeper- forever. ;) A little more realistic would be a trip to Heather Ross' weekend sewing seminar or a modern type quilting retreat. A whole weekend to sew would be awesome. Thank you for the giveaway. I love your note cards they are so cute!

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  128. a whole free day to myself (to finish all those handmade Christmas present I thought were a good idea)

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  129. all i want for christmas is a stress-free visit with my in laws. sigh... probably not gonna happen! but some pretty fabric would help me get through, right!? gooberific@yahoo.com

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  130. I'd like to be healthy enough to spend time with my grandchildren.

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  131. I just ask for updated photos of the grandchildren. There is nothing else we need.

    Love the cute notecards. It would be a great way to use up the scraps.

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  132. what a great giveaway and what a fun question! if i really could have anything at all, i would take my daughter to Florence. Oh, right -- my husband too!

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  133. I would love to win the lottery so my fiance and I could move out!!

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  134. I want to throw an awesome Christmas party.

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  135. I need a new computer so badly... someone gave me a charity MP3 player that has half as much memory as my computer LOL

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  136. If I could have anything I wanted it would be some fantastic landscape designer redo my landscaping and an interior decorator redo my house.
    Of course I would love a miracle of health for all those afflicted with illness. That would make me happier.

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  137. I would love to get the ne Pfaff embroidery machine. It's only $10,000! LOL

    Mary
    iammaryburke(at)gmail(dot)com

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  138. Oh, I'd really like to hire someone to come and clean this pig pen. :o)

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  139. Ooh, I would like a full time housekeeper!! Or a more realistic shopping day :)

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  140. I already got my Christmas present from my hubby - a new sewing machine! My old one was 27 years old :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  141. What I most want for christmas is plane tickets! Both to visit family, and because my husband will be travelling for school constantly in the new year. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  142. I want a kitchen aid mixer for Christmas. I know it's just not in the budget, but for some reason I'm still hoping. I love the fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

    grokgrace(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  143. I`d actually like a teleporter, that way I can travel without much hassle, would be nice to be like "Oh I think I might like to have dinner in paris" and just *snap* be there in a few seconds and completely not have to deal with airplane fees etc

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  144. What I want most for Christmas is for some one to sign me up (and pay for)the Fatquarter Shop's bloggers choice fat quarter club. A girl can dream right!

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  145. i wanted a new sewing machine and I already got it!!!!!

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  146. I'd love to be given a 40+ acre homestead..already wired for solar power and off grid living. Hey, you said "never in a million years"!!! LOL!

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  147. A full time housekeeper... LOL!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  148. I would really like a new sewing machine but since I take care of the budget I know that isn't going to happen this year! So I will probably get ill fitting clothes.LOL

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  149. I'm in that happy place where I don't feel as if I need anything. Having said that, a bigger craft room would be nice.

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  150. Great giveaway! I'm a new follower, I've had a look around and I really like your blog :)
    I'm hoping to get a ticket to the Fat Quarterly Retreat in London in June! fingers crossed!! :)

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  151. I would love my house to be renovated - all the jobs I would love to do if time and particularly Money was not an object. My dodgy 1940s kitchen would be a spacious open plan modern kitchen opening onto a entertaining deck & a landscaped garden. My pokey brown, orange and cream 1960s'ish bathroom with resin shower screen complete with plant matter and sand would be replaced with a clean, modern and elegant bathroom and the toilet wouldn't be out the back through the laundry. Or I could just have some quality time with the people I love a few small gifts and enjoy the many blessings I have in my life.

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  152. I would love a long arm machine. That would be heaven.

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  153. I would love a new sewing table, so that my machine was flush with the table surface. Maybe next year!

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  154. I would love a gift card for more fabric... I am SO addicted. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  155. I do love to cook, so maybe to wash the dishes for a year?
    Really? A nice selection of fat quarters, a new collection of good thread and I would be happy.

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  156. I love the fabric! My Christmas dream, would be to have all of my 3 children at my house for Christmas with their mates and my beloved grandchildren.

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  157. I love, love, love your gift idea.

    Since we're daydreaming, I'd pee my pants with excitement if I got housekeeping service for a year...or a lifetime! ;)

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  158. Okay, if I'm wishing and dreaming, I'd love it if my son who's in the Army were to be stationed within an hour's drive of home, or even 2!

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  159. what i want most for christmas is ... to renovate my garden!

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  160. I told my husband that I'd like a Soda Stream for xmAs. We'll see if he listened. Great fabrics!

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  161. I read some of the comments above, and an unrealistic but lovely gift would be a full time housekeeper. Ah bliss!

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  162. I'd love to have my nephew on this side of the flesh for Christmas. Jasper is already past due and the wait is killer.
    thanks for the giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  163. I really want a professional organizer to come get my house in order! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  164. Wouldn't it be lovely for someone to give me a trip to someplace exotic for a present? I don't think that real people actually do stuff like this. Maybe it only happens on TV hehehe. But it would be lovely.

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  165. Ohh! You inspired me. I want to get 200 gift certificates to restaurants and baby clothes stores!!! hee hee... and how about a magical power that makes my house always stay clean! Soo...the last one was way unrealistic, huh? lol
    :)
    Tia
    mtrand2 AT gmail DOT com

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  166. Thanks for the giveaway! I would like to win the lotto for Christmas lol!

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  167. we just got a new (to us) car. it was the perfect gift for the family.

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  168. In my wildest dreams I'd love a bolt of every Kona cotton solid and a place to store them so I could look at them for inspiration every day.

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  169. one 8 hour day a month with no one in the house except me so I can catch up on all sorts of things...wishful thinking!

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  170. For Christmas I would love to have a peaceful and enjoyable day with my family, and not burn the Christmas Lunch!
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  171. a bigger house with a spare room that I can convert into a sewing and crafting room....that would be awesome!

    nabihawangde(at)gmail.com

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  172. I would love to have someone come and clean - I hate cleaning but very good at making a mess. *sigh*

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  173. Hmm...well I just got myself a new Christmas present of a Janome a few weeks ago. I just look forward to spending time with my family!

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  174. hmmm.... I'd love a new outfit. Everything I have right now is old & just not very cool. I have a 16 month old, so that means it has been well over 2 years since I bought myself any real clothes :) Or, I like the housecleaner idea.

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  175. A really fancy new sewing machine would be nice--though I am also having fun making friends with my new-to-me vintage Singer...

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  176. I would love a house. Yes, it is kind of a big wish and a little unrealistic, but they are so gosh darn expensive! Especially in Boston. I guess I would settle for a Go Baby in the meantime.

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  177. I want a husband for christmas, or a million dollars

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  178. I'd like a little cottage on a lake in the Highlands of North Carolina... Is that too much to ask? :D

    mynadala@gmail.com

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  179. I thought my super-luxurious-never-gonna-happen-in-a-million-years gift would be a long-arm and and someone to teach me to use it but maybe someone to do the cooking and clean-up would be a better idea :) Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  180. Well, if we're going for super impractical, I'd like someone to clean my house. And why settle for a year? I'd go for a permanent house cleaner. Or, how about a house keeper? Like Alice from Brady Bunch. She could clean and also cook and watch kids when need be. Ooh, sounds great!

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  181. For my anniversary I want a sewing machine that does button holes so I can finally learn how.

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  182. I would love to have my room redecorated and my house fully organized before baby arrives. Hows that for dreaming?

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  183. I don't celebrate Christmas so my birthday wish would be to go on a holiday abroad.
    anghhong@yahoo.com

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  184. I don't want anything for Christmas. Nothing. It was never that way as a child, but now...

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  185. I would love a huge craft room, with everything set up ready to use and lots and lots of storage....sigh.

    helenaypope@gmail.com

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  186. I would like some yummy tea with a pretty tea cup and something cozy to wear.
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  187. On the realistic side, sock yarn. On the not-so-realistic-at-all side, a house of my own (my roommate is great as roommates go, but guaranteed privacy would be better).

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  188. I'd really, really like a ruffling foot for Christmas !

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  189. I know this sounds awfully cliche but I would love a cure for cancer to be discovered before the end of next year. Not a particular cancer but all of them and that it eradicates it like small pox, polio etc.
    With so many of my friends being diagnosed this year that is all I want.
    Selfishly, I would love a new cutting mat and every GoBaby die released this year.

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  190. I would love a stack of Echino fabrics, maybe some Aurifil thread & maybe a slave (or quilting assistant?) to baste my quilts, that's the only part that I don't enjoy. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  191. I'd love a Janome New Horizon 7700Q...
    or if we're at it, how about that Bernina 830? Yum...

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  192. Awesome giveaway! For Christmas - More fabric (why not!?)

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