Thursday, December 7, 2017

Give Away Day 5! (Day 4 winner)


The Day 4 winner is....

Wooley Girl!!
email me your mail address :)


Remember to participate please be a subscriber of the Woolie Blog and a follower of Quilt Roadies! Leave a comment on this blog you are interested and check back tomorrow to see who the winner is!!

Day 5 Give away is adorable!!!


Yesterday was a busy one...Enzo had a doctor visit and his tail is healing  up nicely.  I am spraying bitter apple on his tail so he won't lick it...cause the collar of shame is not his favorite fashion statement.  G and I both had eye appointments and are getting new prescription sunglasses for the 2018 Quilt Roadies Adventure.  Our doctor told me I have two perfectly circular floaters in my right eye...I have decided because they are so perfect I am going to name them Dave and Stewart, LOL


Today is filled with things to get done...wish me luck at whittling away at my list!  I hope your list is shorter and that it includes some stitching!

57 comments:

  1. Happy to hear that Enzo is progressing well, haven't heard of bitter Apple spray ever.

    Cute pattern hope it goes to a good home, I withdraw from being included.

    Alway enjoy Mog's adventure.

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  2. Love the pattern. Trucks remind me of my dad! Glad Enzo is better.
    I have those floaters, too. But alas mine are not perfect!!

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  3. Glad Enzo is doing better. Love the trucks. Can’t wait for more videos.

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  4. Sorry to read about the floaters, I have a couple of the bothersome things too. ;) Bright lights set them off. Love the trucks! i learned to drive with a pickup. Have a happy day!

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  5. I'm loving the trucks! So cute! I have a floater, too, but it's a squirrely one.

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  6. My husbands hobby is restoring antique vehicles, he is working on a 1928 Ford pickup now so this would be right at home here! I love the videos that you are sending out too, I had to send Mog along to friends.

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  7. Love the video. It starts out tragic but ends on such an uplifting note. Thanks for that! In these turbulent times it sends such a good message. Glad to hear that Enzo is getting better. My dogs hate those "collars of shame" also and so do I.

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  8. The video was wonderful. Have to show it to my grandchildren. Hope Enzo feels better.

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  9. I can identify with the calamity right now.

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  10. I love this mat. For Christmas dinner, I place a title vintage truck at each of the four grandchildren’s places and fill the truck bed with a mini-cupcake paper filled with marshmallows. I follow the blog using Feedly, and I love your videos and Instagram feed, as well.

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  11. I love everything about your post. Hope Enzo heals quickly.

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  12. I think the floaters come with age...hope Enzo heals quickly and your todo list disappears just as quickly.

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  13. Love the pattern. Funny you named your floaters!!!

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  14. Buttermilk Basin...this is one I would love to do. Enzo you are a sweetie.

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  15. Would love to won one of those old trucks, guess the pattern will have to do for now.

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  16. Happy to hear Enzo's tail is healing. Love the pattern with those trucks. You are so nice doing this.

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  17. I would love to win this pattern!!

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  18. Naming floaters, now that is a first for me lol. Love your sense of humor. After 2 weeks of stress upon stress, I would love to win that pattern and surprise my hubby with it to place his cute little truck on. His truck is green and I sometimes borrow it for my decor lol. Nothing crafty here, not had any time or desire with everything else going on. It shall pass!!!

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  19. Would love to win this cute pattern!

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  20. Your video finds are so fun! Love how popular the trucks have become. Reminds of my high school girlfriend. She had an old red Chevy pickup with the starter on the floor and compression windshield wipers. It was a lot of fun for 2 teenaged girls to run around in. :)

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  21. Glad Enzo is doing better, hard when they need to heal, and hard to keep them from licking. Would love to be entered, this would be fun to do and have for Christmas.

    Debbie

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  22. Enzo is a very lucky dog! We love our pets like our children, don't we!?
    Libe the truck pattern, looks do vintage.

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  24. Love this pattern I have been wanting to do a Christmas truck.
    Debbie Rhodes

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  25. So cute! Thank you for doing these fun give always.

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  26. Thanks for the update on Enzo. Getting my eyes checked next week. No floaters but I am far sighted in one eye and near sighted in the other My sister says I don’t know if I’m coming or I’m going! I did finish a Christmas project tonight. Yea!

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  27. Love the pattern. Merry Christmas!

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  28. Super cute! Drive on over here! Tx

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  29. Poor MOG, what a terrible day but such a happy ending !! I would love to win this pattern, had a truck like that at one time.
    Rose C.

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  30. Love the pattern and I am interested! Just found you all. Let the adventure begin!!

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  31. You are too funny to give those darn floaters a name! Thanks for the chuckle!

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  32. Adorable! Love the blog and the Quilt Roadies videos. Good Luck with the list.

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  33. All the best to Enzo. Thanks so much for sharing. I love your giveaways

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  34. Working on my list too. Gets longer every year.

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  35. Love Buttermilk Basin designs I am currently working on the mini truck series and the mat would fit right in.

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  36. Yes, this pattern is adorable! Love the pickups and wool! Thanks again for sharing.

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  37. Would love to be included in this drawing! I just love these buttermilk basin patterns! I too have floaters, too many to name tho! HAHA! You are too funny!!!!

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  38. So cute. Maybe my son in law can get his red truck after all! As always, thank you.

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  39. You take such good care of. Enzo. I love to see that. Please enter me in your drawing.

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  40. So glad to hear enzo is on the mend....enjoy your day and whittling down your list!

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  41. So glad that Enzo is getting better
    Sweet boy!

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  42. Yes, yes, yes! Please enter me in the drawing.

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  43. Loved the Mog video. Your videos are a gift each day! I also have floaters in my eyes and have decided that when you have a few floaters in your eyes you are never alone--they are always around to keep you company!

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  44. Love the Mog video. Just signed up for Sue Spargo's craftsy class to learn her embroidery stitches so would love to get the trucks to put the stitches to practice.

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  45. I hope Enzo makes a quick recovery! Floaters are the worst--I have a huge one in my right eye and it's extremely annoying!

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  46. I am glad to Enzo is better. Love this pattern. I know my husband would too. He loves old trucks. Even buys models of such. Floaters aren't any fun if you have a lot like me!! Enjoyed that video!!

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  47. I ❤️ old trucks...especially fabric ones! Healing wishes to Enzo!

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  48. OMG, I would love to win this kit. My love of trucks is evident in my house.
    Love your blog, thanks for sharing.

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  49. Cute truck pattern! Christmas is getting closer!!

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  50. Cute, cute and more cute!
    Ruth Mount

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  52. Love the kit and really enjoy your videos.

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