Friday, September 26, 2014

100+ Post Celebration Giveaway!

Hello, hello! BABA BOOEY!!! :) Howard Stern fans will get it. My secret is out, I listen to Howard every morning. If you haven't heard him of late, you might want to give it a listen. He has matured. A LOT. And he does the best interviews ever. Anyway, I digress.

I have reached the over 100 post milestone! In honor of that milestone, I am doing a giveaway :) What lovelies can you win? Well, if you read my blog regularly, you know I finished my Michael Miller Challenge quilt. Guess what came in the mail two days after I finished the top? Yup, the fat eighth bundle of Cotton Couture Pastels to be used in the quilt. We all know from my post about this quilt that I'm not a pastel fan. But I know many of you are :) So I'm giving away the bundle to one lucky person! Here is a picture (not my picture, a picture from MM) of what you could win:



Eight fat eights of pastel goodness :) And I am organizing fabric today, if you win, you might just get a little extra surprise in your package!

No rules, just leave me a comment, make sure I can get in touch with you if you win. I'll keep this open until midnight, Wednesday, Oct. 1. So leave me a comment, any comment will do, tell me what you would do with this bundle, just say hi, whatever you like :) No need to be a follower, but hey, if you want to sign on, you are more than welcome to join the party! You can find the Bloglovin' button on my sidebar or at the end of this post, Feedly button, Google Friend Connect and follow by email option are all on the sidebar. 

Oh, and international entries are welcome - I LOVE my international blogging buddies :) 

Linking up with Finish it up Friday, Design Wall Monday, Let's Bee Social and WIP Wednesday.



Until next time, keep on quilting!!
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71 comments:

  1. I do love pastels, and I enjoyed reading about your experience with them. :) Hi, from Utah!

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  2. Really like that purple - could do with more purple in my stash - happy 100th!

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  3. I am not sure exactly what I would do with that bundle (pattern wise), but it would definitely turn into a sweet baby quilt. Congratulations on your blogging milestone!

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  4. Congratulations on your milestone! That's awesome! :)

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  5. congratulations on your milestone.I would probably make a baby quilt to give to the local hospital.

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  6. Howard!!! Although he irritates me from time to time, while carpooling with my husband to work one winter while the P-car was safely stored in the garage, I listened to him every morning, as that is how my husband started HIS day and it was HIS truck...lol. Anyhow yes!! on the interviews being the best EVER. LOVED his Billy Joel one. Okay, what am I supposed to be writing about here? Oh, ya, congrats on writing so very many totally AWE-some posts, hilarious, instructional, tip-tional (ya I made that up) and here's to the next 100 being just as great, if not even better. Thanks for the chance to win, how very generous of you...you know I love pastels...
    :-)

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  7. Congratulation on your 100th post. What lovely fabric. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  8. Congrats! Love the pastel bundle. I'd piece it into the sunroom lap quilt I'm making.

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  9. Congrats on your 100th post! And on you new ironing station, it looks awesome!

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  10. Great work! I love the look of that bundle. But it would definitely need a fairly specific project. Congrats on 100 posts.

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  11. Just found your entry at Amanda Jean's Friday Finish. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely bundle of pastels!
    lovetopatch@gmail.com (from Germany)

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  12. Well I think it would make a sweet little baby quilt! Your ironing/storage/cutting table is wonderful!!! Now I am curious why you have an industrial machine??

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  13. Dear Judy!
    Thanks for your (international) give-away!!! And congratulations to your 100+ post! :)
    I think I would use this pastells for some art-quilts like Elsbeth Nusser-Lampe would use it. I took a class two weeks ago and it was amazing.
    Greetings from Germany,
    Rike

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  14. This is a sweet and pretty bundle and it just so happens that four of my friends are expecting and I want to make them all a baby quilt!! Thanks for you generosity!! Crossing my fingers.

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  15. Congrats on 100+ posts!!! Woo hoo!!!
    A give away is a fun way to celebrate. Thanks for the chance to win something pretty!
    Have a fabulous weekend, my friend.

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  16. Love love love Howard! Pastels? Not so much...if I win, pick the next guy...just wanted yo congratulate you on your milestone! As always, I love your blog style and look forward to reading many many more! WHOOHOO!

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  17. I'd love to win the pastels- they would look great in a baby quilt.
    lindastew52@gmail.comL

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  18. Congrats on 100 posts!! That is wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win! Enjoying your quilting style : )
    Heather
    hbrooke_ski@hotmail.com

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  19. Congratulations on 100 posts! There's a cause for celebration. Those fabrics are so sweet! How about some hexies with them? Imagine a lovely pastel flower garden. . .wouldn't that be cute?

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  20. Well done with the 100 posts! What would I do with the pretty bundle? I would let it sit sit and look pretty on my shelves until just the right project came along...could be soon, could be later...

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  21. Congratulations on reaching 100 posts! Seeing all the pastels together in a bundle like that they look so pretty and spring like, so I think I'd make a table runner or two that come February/March would brighten the days and remind me that spring was just around the corner. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  22. Congratulations on being 100 .... posts old, me too I am generally not a pastel fan but have been making a lot of baby quilts lately and this will bolster supplies (should I win) thanks very much. Keep posting

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  23. 100th post!!!! Congrats!! I can't wait to read more from you! I would totally make a baby quilt out of these beautiful pastel fabrics.
    -Brittany

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  24. Oh, Pretty Pastels! Congratulations on your 100th post!

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  25. Hooray for your 100th post! Those lovely pastels would look gorgeous in my daughter's up and coming butterfly quilt ... fingers crossed they flutter my way :)

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  26. Congrats on 100 posts! Love those soft pastels. I would love to pair them with a soft Gray and make a quilt.

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  27. Congratulations! I would use these for the underside and some of the background of a tulip quilt I'm about to start if I won.

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  28. Congrats on the 100 posts! I love those soft pastels, I would use them to make a wall hanging of appliqued flowers. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  29. Congrats! Didn't feel so bad to blogg 100 times, did it?
    I like that bundle of pastels. Very soft-looking.

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  30. Happy for your blog success!! Bt hanks for the chance to win. Drhodes9@cox.net

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  31. Wow... congrats on the 100 posts, and I look forward to the next AMAZING 100 posts. I love that I get your posts in my email in basket! But, more importantly, I LOVE the inspiring photos and commentary! You're the BEST!
    hugs and sweet blessings,
    Chris

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  32. So pretty, I think I would definitely make a baby quilt with that bundle, it just screams snuggle me. Congrats on your milestone!!!!

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  33. Thank you so much for the chance to win your wonderful giveaway!

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  34. Sweet pastels, just perfect for the new granddaughter I have coming along in January! Congrats on 100 posts!!

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  35. Pretty pastels! I'd be using this in the next baby quilt I make. Congrats on your 100th! (celiaambrose@hotmail.com)

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  36. Congratulations on #100! I'm sure I could find a use for those pastel fat eighths...wink, wink.

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  37. Pastels - another baby quilt - I am up for it. Thanks for the opportunity to try for this. 100 posts. If they were a;; quilting related I am impressed.

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  38. Hi there, I'm another pastel lover. And certainly an International Blogger, I live way down South in New Zealand. Ever been here? It's a small and very beautiful country.

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  39. I love the pastels.I would mix them with pastel, floral prints for a lovely springtime quilt.

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  40. Congratulations. What a great milestone to reach. Well worth celebrating. lynnmcindoe@gmail.com


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  41. Congratulations!! Well done, keep them coming I alsways enjoy reading your posts.

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  42. Thanks for hosting a giveaway! Congrats on your milestone! :)

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  43. Congratulations on your blogaversary. Of course I'd love to win.
    I have never listened to Howard Stern. My radio dials -- in the house and in the car -- are glued to NPR.

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  44. I'll admit that I haven't listened to Howard in yrs. Might need to give him another go. Thanks for a chance at a cute bundle, it would make a sweet baby quilt, not sure of what pattern.

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  45. I left a comment but it didn't pop up. I will try again. I love your beautiful giveaway! Pastels are my favorite. Thanks so much and congrats.

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  46. Okay, if this duplicates, I am sorry, first hasn't shown up...Love the pastels I am sure I could find a use for them! Congrats on your blog milestone!

    dorocarol@gmail.com

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  47. I love the pastels - I don't use them a lot, but I'm collecting them to make up a background for an applique garden. I think I'll begin to follow with RSS.

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  48. Congrats on reaching 100 posts! That is a great milestone.
    Beautiful pastel fabrics--they would make a sweet baby quilt.

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  49. Congrats on 100 posts! I look forward to the next 100 :)

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  50. I LOVE pastels! I think they make a quilt "sing"! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  51. I love pastels. They would make a lovely baby quilt.

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  52. Congratulations! I would use for the newest baby girl grandchild!

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  53. Ooooohhhh, pastel solids! I've just started collecting solids and floral repros to begin a Grandmother's Flower Garden and these would fit in so perfectly! Thank you for the opportunity and congratulations on your 100th post!

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  54. I like taking the pastels with the bright solids colors that are so popular right now. Almost gives it a ombre look! Congradulations on your 100th post a look forward to several hundred more!

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  55. My husband is a huge Howard fan and I have to admit he does a great interview. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  56. Congrats on your 100th post and my first visit. Love the pastel colors so soft on the eyes.

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  57. 100 posts is a fab milestone - excellent. Just found your blog, but loving it so far! Thanks.

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  58. congrats on passing 100! I also had signed up for the MM Solid challenge but just finished having knee surgery so I will not be doing the challenge. I do like the fabrics, they are so soft

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  59. Congrats on the big 1-0-0! Love MM Couture fabrics, they are just too pretty!

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  60. Congratulations on your 100th post. I'm not so much a pastel person either, but sometimes it's nice to push yourself and use things out of your comfort zone.

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  61. Yay On your 100th post! Don't you love reaching milestones! Since solids are my comfort fabric...I would try something new...using pastels! Perhaps I would make an improv stipe pillow. I have a vision and it has yet to get out of my crazy head!

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  62. Hi!!!! Congrats!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!

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  63. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd make a pieced tunic may be, these are just my colors. Congratulations on your milestone.

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  64. Congrats on your 100th post! There is always a need for pretty soft baby quilts. I Love the quilt you made with them.

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  65. I think those are beautiful fabrics and would work great in a baby quilt! I haven't listened to Howard in years......he has matured?? LOL

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  66. here from Bee Social! Aren't milestones exciting? Today is my 200th post. I have to go back into my post and include a giveaway...thanks for reminding me!! CONGRATS!!!

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  67. Congrats on your 100th post. Those look like Easter egg colors to me. So maybe a springtime Easter kind of quilt?

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  68. Congratulations on your 100th post. I love quilty bloggers and I don't mind a give away. The pastels are very pretty. They might be nice to use for some stitchery.
    valspierssews@gmail.com

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