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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

JuSt FoR fUn PrIzE gIvE AwAy

So, I thought because I missed giving out prizes previously at my 100th post and 200 post (and same goes for the 300th post), I am going to do a drawing for this quilt that I just did the tutorial on. You have to post a comment on this topic. The drawing will be held on July 4th in celebration of the birth of the United States of America. You do not have to be a US citizen to play this game. If there are over 368 comments then I will add more prizes. Let's see how many posts we can get. All items will be something made by me, Sunshine. If more items are added, I will post their pictures. The idea is to have multiple winners to make up for the other times when I didn't do a give away. Please leave some way for me to contact you because blogger doesn't make it easy to contact people who leave comments (such as a flickr address or blog address). Only one comment per person, please. So tell your friends; more people equals more prizes.

My blogiversary is on July 5th, so winners will be announced on that day, and I might do an added surprise on that day as well.

I decided to change this; I will add a new prize every 100 comments. I will do something different at comment number 368. If you are wondering why that number, that is this post number.

Prize #1
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Prize #2 ?

87 comments:

  1. Pick me! Pick me! Sooo beautiful!!!! Thanks! Debi (mima)

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  2. I just wanted to thank you for the tutorial. They look like so much fun :-)

    I'm primarily a knitter and even though I love quilts I've never made one before. If I have any fabric left over after finishing my yo yo coverlet I'm going to make myself one of these.

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  3. You are so talented! I would love to have one of your creations.

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  4. You make things look so easy! I do appreciate the instructions. Very unique. The Lord sure knew which pair of hands to put at the end of your arms! Beautiful. Susan - mommom

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  5. That is really cool. I may have to make one. Thank you for the tutorial and thank you for the prize give away.

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  6. Love the quilt - The instructions make it sound so much easier to do than it looks. Jocelyn

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  7. Wow! Great looking little quilt Sunshine. I recently saw one of these and thought it would be so much fun to make, thanks for the tutorial, now I can make one for myself!!
    Ann

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  8. What a generous thing for you to do! Count me in on your give-away please! Thanks so much Sunshine!!!

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  9. very cool sunshine, I have added your blog to my feeds so I get automatic updates. I am keen to give the quilting a go so appreciate your tutorials heaps from a newbie quilt maker, so new I havent done one yet LOL

    sharon - nz (craft)

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  10. I'm in!! Love those little circle thingies!!!
    Anita from C-R-A-F-T

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  11. very nice!thanks for sharing the tutorials..I will for sure have to show this idea to my daughter.
    toss my name in the hat too if you would...always love the work you do and just really enjoy your blog...so much talent and you are always so sweet to share the tutorials so others can learn too..very sweet of you to do that.

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  12. Oh my goodness...what a wonderful give away treasure! So generous!
    I would love to be include in the drawing please.
    Thank you,
    Shelley :)

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  13. Your creations are lovely and I come back each day to check the new entries!I'm not able to follow the link!

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  14. thanks a lot for this nice tutorial, i've never made a quilt but this way seems so funny, i'm tempted to try :)

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  15. Here is the right spot for the sign up, well count me in and thankyou Sunshine.
    NANCY JO

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  16. Please add my name, we have a grand daughter due on July 4th and what a treasure this would be for her!

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  17. Wow! Just as I get hooked on your paper piecing (I'm about 1/5 of the way through *that* quilt) you show me some other awesome thing I could be doing! I'm never going to catch up to you!

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  18. I looked at the blog again.. oh my....
    Margie

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  19. Your quilt is beautiful! Thanks for putting up the tutorial.

    huanhuachye [at] yahoo-dot-com

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  20. What an awesome prize! You did a beautiful job too!
    Patty H.

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  21. I'll give it a good home. I promise. You always have such great tutorials.

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  22. Hi,
    Jessica said I should drop in and visit. Sending your site over to a couple of moms I know who love hand-crafted items. Good work.

    Heidi

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  23. Well sheesh, like I don't have enough WIPs, now I feel compelled to go make one of these... or a few... maybe I'll stay small and make placemats to pretty-up the lounge at work.... must go to the fabric store now and choose a theme... I'm thinking something funky and weird, yes?

    This is soo dang cute! Oooh, can I go with something other than a square in the centers? (going to grab a pencil and scratch paper)

    Awesome stuff as always on your blog!

    Cheers,
    Timbrely
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rbeforee/sets/72057594086717742/

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  24. Stunning. Your work is just gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial on this awesome quilt.

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  25. Very pretty, Sunshine. I will be telling my friends to stop in and check out your blog. Thanks for posting the swap items and who made them. I appreciate that.

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  26. Oooh, a contest! I have been using your headscarf pattern to make bandanna's for my corgi! Just thought I'd comment something mildly interesting.

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  27. I love this method of making the cathedral windows. I can't wait to make one myself!!!
    Janice
    caston2@shaw.ca

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  28. What an awesome gift! I can't believe you made all those tiny yo-yos and stitched them together! Its just beautiful! I should really try that sometime myself, its just so pretty!

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  29. I just wanted to say, what I have read on here has been enjoyable.
    Have a good weekend.
    Kathy

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  30. It is lovely Sunshine....well everything you do is so beautiful! Happy Anniversary!!
    Georgann

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  31. Beautiful eye candy!! I enjoy tatting ...mostly hearts and crosses and butterflies, crocheting bags, shawls, and baby blankets and making quilts with my sister and sister-in-law. I give most of my hankwork away as wedding gifts, baby gifts, and birthday presents. If a winner, I will surround this lovely treasure with tatted pieces....and keep it..
    Gail/N.C.

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  32. What a little treasure! And what a treasure you are, too, Sunshine. Please do throw my name in the bowl. Peace.

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  33. I came over here from Whip Up... I love your little quilt!
    Congratulations on your 368th post :)

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  34. Hey there! I came by Whip Up also- I would like to be in your drawinbg and also tell you about my Doll Quilt Group at Flickr- you can visit my Blog for the link: http://calamitykim.typepad.com/ or just go to Flickr and search Groups and use: Doll Quilt CrAzY! as a search! Please join up and post a picture! It's like being in an art gallery full of miniature works of art!

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  35. Pick Me. I absolutely love quilts and your quilt will have a good home!

    Sherone

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  36. HI there. I tried this before but apparently it didn't work. Thank GOODNESS I checked AGAIN! :-)

    Please count me in to this fabulous giveaway-the best I have ever seen, bar none.

    I came across your blog by way of the yo-yo clown doll tutorial. It is FABULOUS and I am going to make one for each of my childlings for Christmas.

    It is VERY generous of you to share your expertise and time by way of tutorials (I LOVE them) and super generous of you to then give away your completed projects.

    I hope I win!!!! My email is
    sgrbear724atyahoodotcom

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  37. I found you through Whip-Up a while back just as I was starting my first quilt. You are inspirational!

    My email is beckyslists at gmail.

    Thanks!

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  38. It is beautiful! I would love to be the winner...

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  39. Your quilt is beautiful, thanks for the tute!

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  40. wow great quilt! i'd love to win it. i hope your blogiversary is wonderful.

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  41. Thanks Sunshine! My blog is whippetgoodwhippet.blogspot.com
    Maybe Prize No. 2 could be yo-yo inspired? Would love that!

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  42. great tutorial, thanks for sharing!! hope I win that beautiful quilt!!
    here is my blog if you wanna have a look:
    miladocreativo.blogspot.com
    have a great day there!!
    ruthie

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  43. How cute! I just made my first quilt block a few months ago and would love to do this! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

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  44. thats beautiful.. reminds me of quilts my grandma used to make...
    thank you for sharing your handiwork!
    a fellow farmgirl,
    alison
    alishushu@yahoo.com

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  45. Oh, i like this very much. thanks for the tutorial. I will try this out myself. I'd also love to be added to the giveaway drawing though.

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  46. Just love your mini quilt and excellent tutorial! Would be honored to win, but feel like a winner already with this new knowledge in hand.

    Cameo @-->-->---
    groups@cameoroze.com
    Studio Window
    www.cameoroze.blogspot.com

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  47. I would love this quilt! Pick me!!! maserz@hotmail.com

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  48. I would love this quilt. kyork101@hotmail.com

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  49. I've just recently discovered your blog, and I'm loving it! My email is etsy.mandaraine@gmail.com

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  50. Terrific. I took a class one time in making this pattern, but never got around to actually trying it out. You would inspire me!
    Marne

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  51. How cool. I just had a give-a-way on my site too.
    Thank you.

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  52. You really are an amazing artist and a very generous one too. Your tutorials are great! Love the quilt and happy blogiversary! (Catherine over at yogurtandgranola.blogspot.com, or yogurtandgranola AT gmail DOT com)

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  53. You are one talebted lady Sunshine.
    I just got an opportunity to sit down and look at your blog. I can't believe all of things you do. I don't know how you find the time to take care of a family and do all this too. What a gift!
    How nice of you to offer to give things away. If it's not to late I would like to have my name put in the drawing.
    Thanks,
    Denise

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  54. Your tutorial was wonderful! I never thought I would attempt a cathedral window quilt, but you've shown a much easier way to do it. Thanks so much!!

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  55. Hi sunshine, thanks for the opportunity to have something you made. MaryBeth

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  56. Very beautiful quilt. I would love to learn to quilt someday. Quilts are so comfy and cozy looking.

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  57. Hello,

    Such a little beauty. i'll love to have it....

    Hazrah

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  58. I would love to win this! Thanks for the opportunity!
    Masey
    maserz@hotmail.com

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  59. What fun, you have inspired me to try to make a summer quilt from scraps and cirles. Thanks
    Michelle
    recogirl@hotmail.com

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  60. I found you through a Flickr group! I'd love to win your handiwork! Beautiful!
    *Heidi*
    email: hwoodred@aol.com
    blog: http://journals.aol.com/hwoodred/everyday-cookies/

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  61. just beautiful.. count me in


    Hazrah

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  62. OOOh, what a sweet idea. And what a pretty quilt. I would love to have it! This should be fun!
    Carol A (aka battatter)

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  63. I have not made a quilt before but I enjoy tatting a lot. I love to own one so beautiful as this. Hope I will be the lucky one that you pick.

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  64. Your quilting is beautiful! I really enjoy piecing and quilting, but I have not done anything this lovely. Please pick me!!! Thanks, Laura http://laurasmuse.blogspot.com

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  65. I love the Circle Quilt. Your tutorials are wonderful. I love the diversity. I'm just beginning to learn to quilt. Thanks for sharing. I have you on my Google Reader for updates.

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  66. I've never seen cathedral window done with multiple fabrics on the back, it adds a nice twist.

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  67. Thanks so much for posting the tutorial. It was great! Keep up the good work and happy stitching!

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  68. What a great joy to give away a quilt.I wish you good luch with your quilting and your sign-in.
    Maybe I do it in the middle of July if I have an opportunity to do one.

    Ulla in the north of Sweden

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  69. Your tutorial brings back such memories as about thirty years ago I tried the real cathedral windows and your blog is the first time in many years that I've read or seen information on it. Your tute seems a lot easier. Thank you so much.
    Barbara C.

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  70. Thanks for the great tutorial--Can't wait to give it a try!!!

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  71. Anne Hodge/toastnhoneySunday, July 01, 2007 8:00:00 AM

    Thanks so much for bringing back such wonderful memories. My Great Grandmother Wilder used to make yoyo quilts and I hadn't thought of her in years. Quilts to me mean family, tradition, and oh so much love!

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  72. Love your blog--I just don't know how you find so much time to do so many things!! The tutorials are great!

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  73. the quilt is beautiful, I hope I win...Patricia

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  74. I swear one day I will have one of your quilts, although I would love to have one now ; ) . They are so pretty.
    Amanda

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  75. Hi Sunshine!

    I love you blogs and all the tutorials you have listed! You are such a sweet lady to provide so much information!

    You mentioned a 4th of July give away and I wasn't sure where to post to sign up for it?

    Hugs!

    Alee
    off the www.maryjanesfarm.org/snitz forum

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  76. I love your work and would love to be entered into the drawing for that great circle quilt.

    Mary
    Oleqwilter@aol.com

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  77. Oh,Oh my hand is waving in the air for you to draw my name,pretty please.

    The quilt is so pretty.

    How is Utah treating you?

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  78. It came up tonight! Yippie! Please add me to the drawing for your beautiful piece!

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  79. Wonderful piece of work, please enter me. Clyde

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