Friday, December 2, 2016

Doppelganger Quilter + Give Away Day 2!!!

Today Christmas Video is dedicated to the 
Fabric Stalkers who bring laughter into my life.


I don't know if you have ever thought about who your Doppelganger Quilter is...let me explain.  The definition of doppelganger is apparition or double of a living person...a Doppelganger quilter is someone who closely approaches the world of quilting in a similar way as you do...enjoys the same kits, worries about UFO's, has an abundance of WIPs...get the picture. I have a friend who is my doppelganger...we gravitate to the same projects, fabrics and approach the world of quilting in a similar way.  There is comfort knowing that I have a Doppelganger Quilter, lol.

The Day 2 Give Away is one of Stacy West of Buttermilk Basin favorite Snowman patterns!!!  Just leave a comment on this post you are interested and be a registered follower of the Woolie Blog and we'll see who the dog dish coughs up on Tuesday!  The winner of the Day 1 Give Away will be announced on Monday so you still have a chance just click on the Day 1 link and leave a comment :)


Have a great weekend!  I hope it includes some stitching...I know mine will!!!

60 comments:

  1. I would love to have a doppleganger!! Hard to find people my age who even like to quilt and wool. That's why I love your blog I can connect with others who love it like me!! And I love Stacey West and her designs:) Happy Holidays!

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  2. My doppleganger is in Salem ~ can't tell you how many times we've bought the same pattern or book even though we live in 2 different states! So fun to share with her. Stacys' pattern is so sweet. I'm working on a table mat of hers with red trucks and trees. So cute! Snowman are a favorite of mine. Happy Holidays Anna!

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  3. Love snowmen they melt your heart. I have a doppleganger who's much younger but we love the same things, wool, dark colors and primitives

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  4. I think there is only 1 other lady in my quilting friends that does wool. But I love it. And love BB designs!

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  5. Love that video, what a great way to start my day! Thanks :-)!

    You know me a sucker for snowmen. Can't think of a specific doppelgänger as I do some pretty eclectic styles, I guess Ethel and I think along most of the similar styles.

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  6. I don't know how Stacy keeps coming up with such sweet patterns but sure glad she does. Thanks for sharing the Christmas spirit with these giveaways Anna.

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  7. a doppelganger! a doppelganger! my kingdom for a doppelganger!! a little over-dramatic perhaps? sounds like a great idea, though!

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  8. Wish more of my quilting friends were into wool. Slowly trying to convert them tho! Love all things snowmen

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  9. I am not aware of her if I have a doppelganger...sure love that snowman though!

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  10. Love the snowmen and hearts! Cute pattern!

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  11. I love wooly projects as well as incorporating wool in with other fabrics.

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  12. I would love to meet a doppelganger quilter. I can't define myself as a quilter, so good luck. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  13. I loved the video. Thank you for the smile!

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  14. How cute! Thank you so much for the chance to win again!

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  15. Such a cute video. Thanks for sharing it. Love snowmen❤️

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  16. Love Buttermilk Basin'S patterns. Thanks for the give away!!!

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  17. I am a lover of Stacy West designs and wool applique. Thanks or a hence to win.

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  18. I love working in wool. This past August I was lucky enough to take a class from Stacy. It was a great class. Would love to win the snowman pattern. Please enter me in the drawing.

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  19. Hello from Belgium,no snow here!
    Tine

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  20. Love the snowman pattern. Thanks for the chance to win it. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  21. Thanks for sharing Anna. I love Buttermilk Basin patterns.

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  22. Love the snowman!!! I collect snowmen and have room for making more.

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  23. Great snowman, please consider me for the draw. Love the videos.

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  24. I love anything with a snowman. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. What a wonderful snowman! And we are just getting our first snows...a perfect woolie project as I snug into my cozy chair to stitch.
    Kristin

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  26. I'm a beginner and am already hooked on wool applique!
    Thank,
    Jean

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  27. I am hoping to begin working on wool projects after the holidays, never have done and am anxious to give it a go. I love snowmen as well HOWEVER am not fond of the snow. Go Figure. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to win I also adore Buttermilk Basins patterns. Watch all your videos and anxiously await the next one. Have never been to Oregon but on my bucket list. Thanks again Anna.

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  28. I want to try wool ...someday! Just too much on my plate right now! I would love to have this!

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  29. This is so cute..Love snowman and Buttermilk Basin patterns...

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  30. Yes! Sewing is a lot more fun with a doppelganger!!

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  31. this one is even cuter! thanks for the chance!

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  32. Looks like my doppelgänger is designer Stacy!

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  33. Love the cute Snowman. And yes, I do plan on sewing today. Got to get a move on.

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  34. Guess I have four other "Doppelgangers" in my little woolie group. We meet monthly for lunch and a tour of some quit shops.

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  35. My guild members are definitely my doppelgänger.

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  36. Loved the video. Snowman is cute too.

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  37. I have not met my doppelgänger... that would be a hoot!!!

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  38. My doppleganger is my sister who just happens to live next door to me. I am teaching her to love hand work as much as I do but we both love the same fabric, designers, patterns, etc. Thanks for the chance to win the cute pattern....

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  39. I have several doppelgängers in my quilt group. Love Stacey's patterns.

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  40. Cute video. Love Stacey's patterns. Thanks for a chance.

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  41. Another adorable snowman! Please add my name to the bowl too! I am hoping to do some stitching this weekend too~ so far, so good. LOL Thanks for the fun!

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  42. Such a cute pattern and I love the video! We are going to use it, with permission of course, at our church as part of the Children's Outreach. My Friday quilting group has a couple of gals who have very similar tastes as mine...almost dopplengangers!

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  43. I moved to Boston from Maine so my doppelganger is 21/2 hours away but we still share projects.

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  44. Wish I had a doppelganger that lived nearby so we could shop together. Even so I would love to win the woolie pattern. I made wool tree snowman ornaments last year and fell in love with wool at that moment.

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  45. I have so many interests that I would need about 12 doppelgangers in my life. I'm fortunate to have a guild close by where I can meet my peeps. I would love this pattern. I must include you Anna as one of my doppelgangers.

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  46. That is a darling snowman. Stacey has such cute paterns. I would love to win the snowman pattern. Thank you for a chance!

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  47. That is a darling snowman. Stacey has such cute paterns. I would love to win the snowman pattern. Thank you for a chance!

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  48. Anna, fun to see your coloring on the gingerbread man!

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  49. Great snowman pattern...thanks for sharing

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  50. I love to decorate with snowmen because those decorations can stay up all winter! Thanks for the giveaway. I haven't met my doppleganger quilter yet.

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  51. Oh, I love snow men, and ir would be a pleasure to win this one. Kitty L.

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  52. Help! We need snow in Ohio! Having a wimpy winter so far - the snowman would cheer me up!

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