Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Give Away by the Woolie plus Sew Many Quilts Put On A Show!

Now that I have finished my 4th of July wool project I pondered what was the next holiday that I would have projects to complete??? Halloween!!!  To celebrate Quilt Show week I am having a Halloween Give Away!  That's right! You have an opportunity to win this Halloween kit which includes the pattern, the fabric needed to complete the project, ric rac and floss!  What do you have to do to win???? Join the Woolie as a follower, or be a follower and post a comment on this blog with the number of Halloween projects you have in your life already!  That's right...I know some of you will have a chance to win your very first Halloween project...or if you are like me...this is project  # 5 which I have to complete before the Witching Hour!  The drawing will be on Saturday when the Sister's Quilt Show is done and the winner posted on Sunday morning! So get your friends to join the Woolie and make me feel better about my Halloween projects!

Now to present the slide show from Sew Many Quilts!  These gals are real troopers because the power went out in a section of town that included them!  When I arrived the shop was dark and filled with quilters still shopping!  You gotta love the pioneer spirit of a quilter who needs fabric! LOL  The best part...was I ran into my college roommate!  Terri who is spending quilt week hunkered down working on UFO's with a friend!  She has 2 quilts in the show and is willing to part with them...for a price!  So look for those quilts by Terri Budesa and you won't regret the purchase!
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35 comments:

  1. Yikes...looks like I'm Number ONE! Well someone's got to get this party going!! Start up the music...
    Halloween projects?...I have a fall quilt but no Halloween projects...NOT ONE! I hadn't realized that!!Well I had better get busy but first I will wait till Saturday! haha Thanks for the chance to win this lovely project!!
    Take care!
    Paulette

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  2. sun is up and a great warm day is finally here I have two halloween wall hangings finished and gave them both away I would love to try one with the rick rack what a great project give away

    thanks and take care

    Doreen

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  3. Oh no, I see some things at SMQ that I may have to acquire. Lots of new stuff. Halloween projects, oh let's see. Quite a few, not sure how many though. Probably more than I realize! LOL
    See ya later

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  4. Paulette sent me over here and now I'm going to get into trouble because I am enjoying reading your blog so much that I am not doing the housework I was going to do!

    I try not to keep count of how many projects I have going at a time - let's just say that I LOVE Hallowe'en so I probably have more than 3 on the go! I don't really need another but your giveaway is so cute......!

    Now I'm going to hop on over to Sew Many Quilts because I saw a few things in the slideshow that are calling my name.

    Glad to have found you!

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  5. I am a new follower #103 and have 3 Halloween projects started...the table runner is almost done...only the quilting left to do.....it will be done before the 'witching hour'. Would love to add the Crabapple Hill's 'Pumpkin Time' to my 'to do' list.....thanks for the chance....(o:

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  6. I am a follower. I have done 2 Halloween projects but have given them to my friend Deborah who is batty for Halloween :-)

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  7. I am a follower. I think I have one other Halloween project- a wool candle mat that I made. I would love to have a project to start this summer for Halloween.

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  8. Sweet Paulette sent me too. I loved the video!! I don't have anything Halloween and love this project! Thanks for the chance! I'm a new follower now.

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  9. In all my years (15) of quilting, I've never made a Halloween quilt. Fall quilts, yes. But not a specific Halloween quilt, and I would love to try one.
    I've been following your blog for a little while now. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  10. Thanks to Sweet P I am a new follower and now I know why she loves you so much. I don't have any Halloween projects in my life right so this would be the first if I win. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. Just gotta say..WOW! What a 'quilt show in a shop'! My credit card would have melted for sure just looking at those sample quilts!
    Thanks for the show!

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  12. What a great give away! I am a fairly new quilter (almost 2yrs) and so far I ahve not made a hoilday project. What a great way to do one, if, I should win.
    Thanks for the chance!
    Paula

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  13. yowzer!!! I'm on my lunch break at work and checking the blog and yowzers!!! You guys really know how to bring it to a party! If I win the lottery today I am going to send you all a give away...first I have to buy a ticket...and before that the surgery schedule has to wind down so I can guy a ticket!

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  14. Wow, a great giveaway!!!! I enjoy all the pictures you post, thank you!
    christine

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  15. Enjoyed the slideshow! Thanks for sharing. I would have shopped in the dark, too. As far as Halloween projects, I have made a few door hanger, and I have an embroidered piece that needs to be turned into a wall hanging. Thanks for hosting a giveaway! I am a new follower!

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  16. I'm a follower and if I won, this would be my FIRST Halloween project!

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  17. I have a couple of Halloween quilts, but I certainly could use a new one. I'm a follower and want to be included in the drawing! Thanks and congratulations on your "anniversary".

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  18. I've signed up to be a follower because I'm totally in love with wool - and as for Halloween projects, oh my, I think three. :) Or four. But it could be five. Did I mention that I love Halloween? blessings, marlene

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  19. I am so excited about this first Give Away because not only am I addicted to wool but I have fallen in love with embroidery! Also Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays! Welcome to everyone new to the Woolie and I wish for a jack 'o lantern in all your futures!

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  20. I need to make a fall wallhanging for my daughter who is a new bride and this pattern would be adorable. Thank you for the chance.

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  21. I am a new follower and I put you on my blog roll. Looking forward to reading your posts.

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  22. I have one project in mind for now but have enough Halloween fabric for at least two more!

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  23. Well, I have at least two Halloween projects safely tucked away. I look forward to reading your blog and especially enjoy the slideshows.

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  24. I am a new follower and would love to win this WOOL project - I just completed my first very small wool project - a mug rug. LOVED it!!
    You blog looks like it will be fun to read each day.

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  25. My first quilt top that I completed this year had some Halloween fabric in it, so this could be my 2nd project. I love fall and the colors of Halloween and am happy to be a follower of your blog! :)

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  26. So I should get busy sewin those Halloween Projects I guess! I have only 1 project but what it is is yet to be decided. It is a stash of Halloween fabs numbering about 30 prints. Yikes. Thanks for the giveaway and ill happily follow you! I am at Sisters this week and have loved my classes with Kathy Doughty. Creative juju to the Max!!

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  27. I am a new follower, and have really enjoyed reading your blog! Loved the quilt show!! I do not have a single halloween or fall quilt project -- And I love the pillow, love that orange ric rac!! Thanks for the giveaway!! Wish I could be in Sisters this Saturday!

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  28. oh, I wish you all could be here at Quilt Show! Just going to the lectures today was so exciting! Count down for the Give A Way! I work tomorrow and then Sat. I work at the information booth. When I get home I find out who the winner is an announce on Sunday's blog along with the slide show of the Quilt Show!

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  29. I have only 3 Halloween projects...2 not started and one started. The one that is started has been started for two years...I'm not going to put pressure on myself to finish it this year, as Halloween comes around every year!

    Have fun at the Sisters Quilt show...one of these years I'll get there!

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  30. Went to the quilt show last year and it was so much fun but am not able to go this year. Will miss the fun and not being able to get over how many, many quilts they show!!!

    I do not have even one Halloween project. I always wait till the last min. to do things and that time of year is hunting time for us. Take Care!!

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  31. There will be 1,300 quilts representing 35 states and 4 countries will be hung all around the town! more than 12,000 people will be enjoying the show. It is so big now that they close the highway through the middle of town and reroute to the outside edge!

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  32. I've made a few fabric pumpkins & am now a pumkin addict! I have reduced & enlarged the pattern so I have different size pumpkins. Then I experimented with fabrics of different texture. I'm even thinking of making some from old potato sacks

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  33. Since I haven't even thought about Halloween coming upon us I don't have any projects started. IF I am so lucky to win it will be my 1st.

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  34. You are one of my daily blogs listed on my blog and I am now a follower. I have 2 or 3 hallowe'en projects to be done but have never done a wool project. Thanks for the chance to win and hope Quilt Week has been all that you wanted it to be.

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  35. I am a follower :o) I have Hocuspocusville started and I do have some woolie fall kits, but as far as Halloween goes, that is it! I would love a chance to win.

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