Thursday, March 5, 2015

Giveaway, Giveaway, Giveaway!(…and a recipe too!!!)

Hi peeps! 



I'd like to extend a warm welcome my new sponsor, Connecting Threads.

Connecting Threads has graciously offered this 27-piece fat quarter bundle of their brand-new Luminescence fabric line as a giveaway to one of you!!! 

…and it's primarily purple…mmm! Wish I could enter this giveaway myself!



Here's a little bit about them:

Connecting Threads offers quality cotton fabric, designed specifically for quilters. Connecting Threads is an online and catalog retailer selling quilting fabrics from some of the industry’s most popular manufacturers like RJR Fabrics, Cotton + Steel, and more. Connecting Threads also sells our own exclusive fabrics, with limited-edition designs that you won’t see anywhere else. Each of our exclusive fabrics are created according to our exacting standards and finished with our top-secret formula to create a flawless and amazingly soft finish.
We are proud to offer our exclusive fabrics at a price that fits within most budgets without sacrificing quality one iota. How do we manage this? We go directly to the mill, taking the middleman out of the equation. By sourcing and selling our fabrics directly, we are able to offer our customers wholesale prices on fabrics that won’t be found anywhere else. We believe that convenience shouldn’t cost extra, so we never charge for cutting. This means that our charms, strips and other precut fabric bundles have the same per-yard cost as our normal yardage cuts. Because affordability is one of the core values at Connecting Threads, we also do our best to offer fabrics from outside manufacturers at the lowest prices possible.

I love, love that their in-house lines retail at $5.96(US$) a yard…and they have Cotton & Steele basics at only $9.96 a yard! They also have an amazing Clearance section with deep discounts on Fabric, Books, Tools and Patterns…so many deals to be had! 



Connecting Threads often has excellent sales with up to 40% off regular retail prices. For example, right now they are offering 30% off their EssentialPro polyester thread and 40% off specialty rulers and pressing tools! WOW!!!

They offer free shipping within the continental US with any order over $50. Shipping to Canada is only $7.99 with your $60+(US$) order. They also collect any duty and taxes owing so that we Canucks don't have to pay Canada Posts's onerous $5 "collection fee"..a personal pet peeve.

I have been shopping at Connecting Threads for YEARS, since before they had their beautiful website! As a matter of fact, I always have an open shopping cart and wish list to dream about!

To find out how to enter the giveaway…read on, McDuff!!!

Photo: Vancouver Sun website

Do you remember when I mentioned making vegetable stock(or broth) in this post? Well, there was a feature article and recipe in yesterday's Vancouver Sun about just that. They said there are studies where it's been shown that homemade broth has extremely good restorative properties and can help mitigate many medical conditions. Sports doctors regularly recommend drinking broth to help heal injuries faster and cut the length of the common cold and flu.

The young guys above have a shop which specializes in making/selling their homemade stock which they simmer for 4-5 days!!!

Photo: Vancouver Sun website
There are even "broth bars" popping up around Vancouver where you can buy a steaming cup of homemade broth to enjoy…watch out Starbucks!!!



I decided to give the Hubs a break from cooking and made a big pot of chili con carne yesterday. I can't give you a cost-per-meal on this one as I had everything in my pantry. I do know that the cans of beans were $0.99 each, the paste was $0.75, and the tomatoes were around $1.25…just can't remember what I paid for the juice. The lean hamburger meat was also on sale and I had the spices in-house.

When specific canned goods(like the ones above) go on sale, I grab the limit allowed to stock my pantry.

My 'secret ingredient' is Clammato juice, but we didn't have any and I wasn't going to head to the grocery store for one thing that was probably not on sale. So, I subbed in the V-Plus juice.


I browned 2 pounds of lean hamburger meat then placed the cooked meat on a paper-towel-lined plate to absorb the excess grease. Then I caramelized 2 medium, chopped onions in the same pan. While I was sautéing the onions I was dumping the contents of the canned goods into my large pot…making sure to rinse the goo off the beans in a colander beforehand. I added generous portions of cumin, chili powder, dry mustard and black pepper as well as 5 cloves of well-chopped garlic. I forgot to add red pepper flakes!!!

Then I added the drained meat and cooked onions into the large pot and heated to a rolling boil, stirring constantly. I love how the above photo shows the steam rising!!! Then the hard part…turn the burner down to medium and keep stirring for at least a half an hour. Then I just leave it to cool on the stove.

About a half an hour before suppertime, I crank up the heat to rolling boil again and continue stirring for about 30 minutes…this allows the chili to thicken and the flavour also intensifies.


The end result…a steaming bowl of chili to knock away the winter chill! There is enough in the pot for 3 suppers for 3 people.



Now, for the giveaway!!!

-Leave me a comment telling me what you would make with this lovely 27-piece bundle of Luminescence!

-For a second entry, follow this blog and indicate how you follow(i.e.: by email or via Bloglovin'). The Follow windows are on the upper right sidebar of this blog. 

Please note: with the follow by email option, they(Feedburner) will send you a confirmation email…you have to click the link they give you in that message to become an actual follower who receives my blog posts in their inbox.

*Two entries per person please.*

*For Canadian and USA residents only.*

*Giveaway closes at NOON, MONDAY MARCH 9, 2015

Connecting Threads and Jacqueline Frances are not responsible for lost or stolen mail.

Feel Free to share with your friends, post to Facebook, pin to Pinterest and Tweet away!!! There are little grey sharing buttons in the box at the end of this post.

***GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED AND THE PRIZE HAS BEEN AWARDED***

Thanks for reading and have a great day! 

Quilty Huggs, 

Jacqueline 


369 comments:

  1. the colors of those fabrics are just gorgeous. just looking at them can make me happy. good luck to all of us in the contest.

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  2. Omgosh, I need a bib from all the slobbering over this purty poiple Luminescence bundle. I would love to make either a Kaleidoscope or a 3-D Diamond Double quilt from this luscious fabric. Thanks sew much for the chance!!!

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  3. I have been wanting to try a patchwork cover book binding project but I've been reluctant to cut up my fabric (2+ yards). A pack of fat quarters would be perfect.

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    1. I would take this collection, make a quilt out of it, being that the primary colors are purple, i would make a star pattern, hand quilt it, then donate it to pancan.org in dedication of my mother who lost her battle to pancreas cancer, so they could auction it off to raise funds for a cure of this deadly decease. The star in quilting represents To honor and Comfort.

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    2. I love purple and these yummy, succulent fabrics would make beautiful paper pieced butterflies! Fluttering around on a quilt.

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    3. Either a bargello or lone star. Decisions, decisions!

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  5. I am planning to make a purple and teal quilt with a grey background. I haven't finalized the design, but I am collecting the fabric. Purple is my favorite color.

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  6. I would make a quilt for my beautiful grand daughter!

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  7. I need a wall hanging for a bedroom. This is the exact pallet I was looking for!

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  8. I shop at Connecting Threads all the time! I would love if they would sponsor me someday too. Their thread and fabrics are high quality and I love their sales and how user friendly their website is. Ok, so I would make one of Kelly's designs. I have been wanting the excuse to buy one of her patterns maybe her latest one Baubles!

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  9. Oh, what beautiful fabrics. I would make a colorful quilt just in time to celebrate spring.

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  10. Purple is my favorite color, so I could use this bundle a million ways. My first thought is to sew it into a table runner using a funky new quilt design I saw on pinterest. I am so anxious to try it and this would be perfect! Loooove those colors!

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  11. I love Connecting Threads! Just completed a quilt kit from them. I would make myself a quilt if I won as these are my colours and most oft quilts have gone to friends and family!

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  12. I have a purple project in the works for down the line anyway. My neighbor/babysitter loves looking at my works in progress when she comes by and her favorite colors are purple blue and green. The fabrics look like they would fit right into the quilt I want to make her.

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  13. Ahh yes, and I am a blog lovin follower. :). Thank you!

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  14. I'd love to try a Swoon quilt, these would be lovely for it!

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  15. I'd love to make Dresdens with this bundle of beauties.

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  16. I agree with Jenn that they would make a beautiful Swoon. I'd probably make some sort of star quilt.

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  17. Love Connecting Threads. I have a "Wonky Star" quilt pattern that I am itching to make. Luminescence would be perfect for that. Luminous Stars!!!
    sewpreetiquilts.blogspot.com

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  18. Hello, I just love the connecting Threads Shop, I bought the prettiest table runner kit from them a couple of week ago. This is a beautiful bundle and I would make a Tilda and Babushka doll out of it first and with the leftovers maybe a patchwork Easter rabbit or baby quilt. That is quite a bit of fabric.
    Would love to get my hand on that. Thank you for the give-a-way.

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  19. Hello, I just love the connecting Threads Shop, I bought the prettiest table runner kit from them a couple of week ago. This is a beautiful bundle and I would make a Tilda and Babushka doll out of it first and with the leftovers maybe a patchwork Easter rabbit or baby quilt. That is quite a bit of fabric.
    Would love to get my hand on that. Thank you for the give-a-way.

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  20. I love Connecting Threads...have used their fabrics for years. I would use the bundle to make a gorgeous dresden plate quilt...it would be awesome! Thank you for the giveaway.

    cheris46@hotmail.com

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  21. I follow by email and blogloving!

    cheris46@hotmail.com

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  22. OH, my gosh, those prints and colors are gorgeous! I would like to make some pillows for my patio furniture with them....give the patio some color and style!

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  23. I would make a quilt out of this beautiful collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  24. Following on bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  25. I would use it in a quilt and I have the quilt picked out already too. Thanks for the great giveaway. I've also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for sewers & quilters at wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  26. I love Connecting Threads too. I would use these fabrics to make my granddaughter a bag or two.

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  27. Purple is my favourite colour and I would make a quilt adding teal and lime green

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  28. I would make a small quilt for my daughter.

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  29. I would make a quilt for my daughter, who is about to get a new purple bedroom!
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  30. I'd make a quilt for someone dear who loves purple!

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  31. I see some lovely pillows to brighten my living room.

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  32. I have been shopping at Connecting Threads for a long time and love their fabrics. This line is gorgeous! I would love to make a summer quilt with those cool, soothing colors.

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  33. What a lovely line of fabric ...and a very generous giveaway! Thank you!! I would love to use these for a quilt for my granddaughter for her next birthday. She will be 13!

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  34. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter who loves the color purple. I too have been shopping at connecting threads for many years great service, great fabrics. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  35. Maybe as accents to some pieces... or my mom can help me make a quilt for my daughter.

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  36. I want to make a bed quilt. Possibly using the disappearing hourglass pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. Wow....gorgeous fabric! I'd like to make some pillows and/or pillow cases. Thanks so much! God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  38. I would love to make a small quilt for my granddaughter, Nellie. She loves purple.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  39. I follow Quilt, sew Happy on Bloglovin.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  40. beautiful fabric, I would make a quilt for my niece. Thank you for hosting the giveaway. weitay at gmail dot com.

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  41. What gorgeous fabric! Purple and blue and green are my favorite colors. This would definitely go into a quilt! And thanks for the tips on making chili. It looks as delicious as the fabric! I'm going to use clamato juice next time I make chili. I'll bet it's delicious. Thanks for the fun!

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  42. I'm following your delightful blog via Bloglovin. Thanks again!

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  43. What great fabric. I would make a quilt. Thanks!
    jarvenpa1ne@gmail.com

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  44. I've always wanted to make a scrappy feathered star quilt and this Luminescence bundle would be perfect. Plus, I love purple.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  45. Wow what a generous giveaway! I'm slightly (or not so slightly) obsessed with purple and would love to use every inch of this collection! It would coordinate with a pillow I'm finishing so I'd probably make another pillow. Thanks for hosting and for the recipe too!

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  46. just added you to my bloglovin feed. Thanks!

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  47. I would make a new quilt for my new niece!!!

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  48. Gorgeous!!
    I have no idea what I would make yet, but I am in love with the fabric!

    - lwest.86@hotmail.com

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  49. Love this line of fabrics! I'd make some bags/totes for my gal pals! Thanks for the awesome giveaway. akronne17(at) gmail (dot) com

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  50. I am not sure what quilt pattern I would make but I am in love with the fabric. CT is one of my favorite stores.

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  51. I'd love the chili, just leave the meat out and add some black beans. Try using a jar of your favorite salsa one time. That's my favorite secret ingredient along with some broth. I follow on BL.

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  52. I love purple! I'd use these to make a throw quilt for my living room. Thanks for sharing! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  53. I just signed up to follow you by email. Thanks! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  54. Love this fabric. The colours are lovely. I would make a patchwork tote bag for my next vacation.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  55. Really enjoy this fabric and would put it into a quilt for grand daughter
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  56. I would probably makes lots of smaller items! Wallets, wristlets, pouches, etc...

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  57. Please pick me, I love this fabric!!! I would make a quilt for myself, these are my colors
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  58. That is a Beautiful bundle. I would make a summer night quilt.

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  59. My daughter and I are both PURPLE lovers! I'd made her a quilt!

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  60. Purple is the color most commonly associated with Cystic Fibrosis Awareness here in the US. My daughter has CF. i would make a purple and white chevron lap quilt to be auctioned at our Great Strides walk in May. All the proceeds would helpmtomfimd a cure for my little girl and every I need else living with CF. Thanks for theopportunity! Izemmom@gmail.com

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  61. Love connecting threads! I would put these into a quilt.

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  62. Mmmmmm!!!! Your dinner looks delish! :) As for the fabric, it would be perfect for some doll sewing I'm working on. Thanks!

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  63. I love your fabric with lavender colors. They are my favorite. I will follow via email. Thank you. I will share...

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  64. I would use this in a star quilt I'm making for my daughter. They're her favorite colors! sarah@forrussia.org

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  65. I follow you with bloglovin. sarah@forrussia.org

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  66. Oh wow! I do think a nice quilt would be in order this for this collection.

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  67. I would use this fabric to make a patchwork pillow!

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  68. I would make a quillow with the lovely bundle. Thank you for the recipe. Your chili looks amazing. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  69. I would make a dragonfly quilt with these. :)

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  70. Thank you for the chance to win such nice fabric. I would use it to make lovely bags and totes.

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  71. I would either make a lapquilt or two baby quilts. I make a lot of baby sized quilts!

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  72. I would make a tumbling block from the fabric

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  73. I would make a tumbling block from the fabric

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  74. I love this fabric! The colors are amazing and I would make a queen size pinwheel quilt!

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  75. I don't see my comments, so let me try again. I would make a wacky log cabin quilt.
    Linda Mullen

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    1. I forgot to mention on my second try that I also follow you via email. Thanks for the opportunity. Linda Mullen

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  76. I would make a purple scrap 'Star' quilt for my local womans' shelter.

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  77. Purple is my favorite color. I would make a guilt for my sitting and reading room. I truly would be blessed.

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  78. I love the fabrics...so spring looking! I think I would make a lone star quilt or a basket quilt with appliques. Thank you for the opportunity to enter :)

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  79. love connecting threads! also like the sound of your chili...i would make a bed quilt for my dd who loves purple! will follow thru email.

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  80. I would finally make a quilt for ME! Up till now I have given all of my quilts away! Bring it on!

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  81. I would include them in my Dear Jane Quilt...they are gorgeous

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  82. Beautiful fabrics! I'd use them in a few wallets and makeup/essential oil bags :)

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  83. Beautiful Fat Quarters! They will work perfectly for my Sylvia's Bridal Sampler.

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  84. I would love to win this! My daughter and son in law just are buying their first house, expecting their dust baby and this would make a beautiful housewarming quilt present. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  85. I have the connecting threads flyer beside me as I type! I find their prices on books are quite good too.

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  86. I'd make a quilt and matching lovey for my 2 year old :)

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  87. I would make a spring quilt!! Love connecting threads!!

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  88. Looove these colors!! Would make aQuilt for my Purple loving Daughter for sure! HAVE to make for her, 'cause she would sneak if off to NC when she visits Ohio! lol lol (I am also a verrry Happy Customer of Connecting threads too...)

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  89. I would make some "angel" quilts - quilts for parents of stillborn babies to hold their loved one for a while while they say "Hello" and "Goodbye". That way they have a keepsake of their loved one

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  90. I am Following you thru Bloglovin & Email both :)

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  91. I would use the slice of life pattern to highlight the fabrics.

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  92. I've been looking at making a triangle quilt - I think these fabrics would make a beautiful triangle quilt.

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  93. I'm now following you via Bloglovin. And Connecting Threads is one of my favorite online shops - so glad they're a sponsor of your blog.

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  94. What would I make with this bundle? Hmm lets see, with spring coming up I think it would be awesome in a grandmothers flower garden quilt. Or, it would certainly add interest and set the colours for Grit Kovacs' La Passion hexie quilt. Or perhaps an Ohio Star quilt, adding other purple fabrics in lighter and darker values. So hard to choose!! But I think id go with the GFG

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  95. I love Purple also!! I would make a purse first and then a throw!

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  96. I am very, very new to quilting so I'm not sure what pattern I would use. There are so many out there it's a little overwhelming. But I'd love to win and go through the "torture" of picking one! Love these fabrics. I spend a lot of time dreaming at the Connecting Threads website. It's beautiful!

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  97. I would make the quilt I am planning for my friend who is just finishing up her radiation treatments for breast cancer. She loves purples and I have been searching high and low for some Moda Good Fortune in purples but it is not to be found. I live on the Alaska Highway and only get to look for fabric in person a couple of times a year. The rest of the time it is all online. I am planning on making her a log cabin as she loves mine.
    Thanks for reading this and considering us :)
    Sharri

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  98. With 27 fat quarters, I could throw in some of my Kona Snow and make a good sized quilt. Not sure which pattern, but I'm sure I'd find one!

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  99. I love this fabric! I would use it along with a quilt I am making for my daughter as a wedding gift. These colors look like they would be perfect to incorporate into the quilt. I have become a follower as well.

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  100. Thanks for this opportunity throw me into the pot.

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  101. Amazing color combinations! My niece is a purple lover! She is a flower girl in my wedding and am planning on making her a quilt for her bed/sleep overs/couch but just have not found the perfect fabrics ... until now!

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  102. Would love to make a quilt for our 'bonus' granddaughter, to welcome her to our family. She loves purple!!

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  103. I would make a quilt for our Granddaughter. She needs a "grown up" quilt now.

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  104. love the colors of this fabric. would love to win. thanks for the chance

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  105. What beautiful fabric! I'd love to use this to make a quilt for my godchild's daughter's first "big girl bed." I think Halley would love the colors!

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  106. I would make it into a vibrant Texas Star!

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  107. These gorgeous fabrics would be beautiful for a quilt for my daughter.

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  108. I just signed up to receive your blog by email!! Woohoo!

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  109. I would have to dream about these pretty fabrics and what pattern to use...then make a quilt.

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  110. I would make a quilt for myself! I love Connecting Threads and am over the moon about this collection! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  111. I am in the process of making Mother's Day quilts for the ladies at the Senior Living facility. I think these colors would make a beautiful quilt for them, they so appreciate gifts. Thank you for the opportunity to enter this give away. I am a loyal customer to Connecting Threads, LOVE their fabrics, great quality! Thanks for hosting!

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  112. I would make a lap quilt with this bundle of Luminescence.

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  113. I'd probably make some quilts for two little girls I know.

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  114. The fabric would make a gorgeous quilt! I always have several patterns I want to make at once so it would just depend which made it to the top of the list on that day. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  115. Don't look now, but I'm following you....via email!

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  116. Connecting Threads is one of my favorite online fabric stores. I would keep them intact as a bundle for a few months just to look at at and enjoy the beauty. Then they would mystically and magically, with a lot of help from me, become the most gorgeous quilt ever! Well… you know… maybe not the most gorgeous quilt ever, but the most gorgeous quilt I've ever made. :)

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  117. I would make a quilt for my daughter. I am very new to quilting and this would be a big help. My husband found the connecting threads website on a friend of his facebook page and posted it to me. He is going to be sooooo sorry he did that.

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  118. I would make a random star quilt for my daughter. Beautiful!

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  119. I'm teaching a woman to quilt. Today she said she wanted to make a star quilt. She doesn't have a lot of money so I would use these fat quarters to work with her on that. I LOVE the colors!!! I'm going to be following by email as soon as Feedburner sends me that important email.

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  120. I would make a Periwinkle Quilt. The fabrics are beautiful!

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  121. I would make a beautiful quilt to display at our local guild upcoming quilt show this fall.

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  122. BEAUTIFUL - I'd make a baby quilt or 2 for all the babies we have coming along!! I make bone broth and it is wonderful for you :)

    I am following via email - geeprather@aol.com - thanks for the chance!

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  123. I've never made a quilt for myself and these are my colors! I've started following you on Pinterest!

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  124. I would make a quilt out of these beautiful colors! Connecting Threads has awesome quality quilt fabric!

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  125. I would love to use this fabric to make a quilt for my sister who is heading off to college this fall. It would be the perfect addiction to her dorm room!

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  126. I would make a new quilt for my bed, the one I have on there is about 10 years old!

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  127. I would love to make a quilt for my niece with all these lovely fabrics!!!!

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  128. Wow! Those are beautiful fabrics. They would make a beautiful star or chevron quilt for me. Hope I win.

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  129. Love those fabrics. I would just have to keep them altogether for awhile. Would love to win them.

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  130. PURPLE is my color!!!!! I am about ready to start looking for fabric for a graduation quilt for one of my granddaughters. My DIL said it should be purple. These fabrics would look wonderful in the quilt!

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  131. I would make some pretty table runners for all my family.

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  132. I would make a quilt for my sister who loves purple!!!!!!!!

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  133. I would definitely make a quilt to snuggle under!

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  134. This bundle is gorgeous. I would love to make messenger bags out of them. What girl doesn't want a little purple in her life.

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  135. I love purple and with this bundle I would make a quilt for my bed!!! Thanks for the chance

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  136. I would have to make a traditional sampler with a solid background for a modern twist. I always make quilts for others but this one would be for me!

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  137. Love all these colors. I would make a Hunters star quilt. Thank you for the chance to win !!

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  138. Oh this is so beautiful! I love it. After I was finished drooling with it, I would make a beautiful modern quilt with it! For my own bed! Mine! Mine!

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  139. These are truly luscious and I have a young friend who needs a snuggle quilt. These will make the perfect quilt for her.

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  140. I'd make my oldest niece a quilt. I've made everyone a quilt and Amber would love those colors.

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  141. I would make a quilt for my best friend's daughter who is getting married in July. She loves purple!

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  142. I also follow you on bloglovin as well as by email :)

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  143. I would LOVE to have this to make a quilt for one of my children who is turning 30 this year !! Praying, fingers and toes crossed !! :)

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  144. I would definitely make a quilt! Wonderful giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2 at yahoo dot com

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  145. I would love to make a string bean log cabin quilt with these luscious fabrics.

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  146. I would make an amazing king sized quilt as purple is my favorite!

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  147. If I were to win these beautiful fabrics I'd make my daughter a quilt for her dorm. She starts college this fall and it will be the first time away from home. Her favorite color is purple and one of her school colors is purple. I'm all she has now since her father passed away in December 2013 so by making this quilt she'd always be able to be wrapped in my love.

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  148. I follow you through Bloglovin (Rhonda Desgranges)
    wigglypup2 at yahoo dot com

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  149. I would definitely make a quilt, I really need to make another quilt!

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  150. We have baby palooza happening in our community right now. Myself, my sister, my neighbour & my sons teacher are all due to have babies in May & June. I would use these fabrics to make bibs & toys for all the new babies coming into our lives!

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