Monday, July 01, 2013

Christmas in July Giveaway!

Giveaway Closed.
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thank you so much!
 
 
You that read correctly.
In celebration of Christmas in July...
I'm getting the ball rolling
With the help of the Fat Quarter shop
I'm giving away a complete fat quarter bundle of
In from the cold by kate Spain!!!!!!!!!!
 Just in time to get started on winter and Christmas gifts.
 
 
They have the most up to date website.
Honestly I check their 'what's new" every day.
I can't always buy, but it's fun to look and drool!
 
 
The fat quarter shop even offers kits to coordinate with many of the fabric lines they carry.
 kits are an awesome solution to my time crunches.
So....
I am a HUGE fan of Kate Spain and her designs so it pains me to not enter my own giveaway!
but I have to be fair to all of you so I won't enter :)
I will give you  2 entries for the bundle....
 
So here is what I'd like you to do:
1. Follow me on BLoglovin
and then leave me a comment that you did...
2. Leave a comment about your favorite Christmas memory.
I will  randomly choose a winner on July 3rd.
Goodluck!!
 

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Carol said...

I love In From the Cold fabric, it's so cute. I love Kate's cocoa cup pattern too. I do that too, I'm always clicking the what's new button at FQS and they always have lots of tempting goodies. I already follow you on Boglovin'. I like Boglovin' . Thanks for the chance to win.

thea said...

Following you on bloglovin (and feedly). I can remember when I believed in Santa Claus and I heard the reindeer on the roof .. turns out it was my brother, but I fell for it!

Carol said...

I live in AZ with my husband, my sisters and brother live in Colorado, where I was born and raised. Last Christmas my husband was fine staying home while I went to Colorado and visited my family for Christams. It's been a long time since I've celebrated Christmas with a household of family members. I had a nice visit. One of the highlights was me and 3 of my sisters going to a Tea House for high tea. We wore hats and pearls and had a nice time. Oh, and I had a White Christmas, been a while for that too.

Kim said...

I love Kate Spain's designs and I need more Christmas fabrics. These are so pretty.
I follow you through bloglovin'.

Kim said...

My favorite Christmas memories are with my own children. Every year on Christmas Eve my husband or I would hide somewhere away from where our kids were and ring the jingle bells. Our kids would stop all the giggling and rolling around in bed to try and get some sleep because they were afraid Santa would know they were still up.

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

I feel like a bit of a dinosaur, but I just signed up to receive posts by email instead of moving to another reader since Google reader is gone now :(

I feel like a dinosaur, but I hope that's a good enough way of following to be entered. Some people didn't have that option, so I just added them to my favorites bar, which brings me back to the day when I first started reading blogs and could fit them all on my favorites bar:)

Thanks for the giveaway! I love the fabric and I love FQS.

Annelies said...

I follow you on Bloglovin.....a very easy change from Google Reader!!! XXX

Annelies said...

I remember going to Christmas eve Mass...and coming home to open ONE gift. It was my first Barbie. I was THRILLED!!! XXXX

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

My favorite memory is probably my daughter's 2nd birthday...she was our first kid and we TOTALLY overindulged her (and us) by buying basically everything--a tent, a wagon, a Lightning McQueen powerwheels, I mean, the room was completely full with stuff. She went into the tent and was too shocked to come out for at least 30 minutes. The subsequent years we've toned it down substantially. But I'll never forget her surprised face and then her trepidation at all the new toys around her.

Kathy said...

Following you on bloglovin already. I fondly remember Xmas eve with the cousins and waiting to see what Santa would bring us. Love your giveaway...I'm sure Santa would approve

MoeWest said...

I'm following you on bloglovin.

Shauna said...

I follow you via bloglovin

MoeWest said...

I loved the surprise of seeing the gifts from Santa under the tree early on Christmas morning.

robin said...

I follow on Bloglovin. :)

robin said...

I remember happy Christmas Eves with my cousins and aunts and uncles and Grandma. Loved it!

Shauna said...

When we were kids we always I'd presents Christmas morning after Santa, but our neighbor always did Christmas Eve because they had to drive so far the next morning to meet family. My sister and my neighbor's daughter had both requested unicycles that year. our neighbor was o excited when he got hers she brought it over Christmas Eve to show my sister and I. The next morning Santa came and left my sister an exact duplicate unicycle. I was so happy o get an electric typewriter, but my sister was not happy. I finally asked what was wrong and she replied "what is Karen's unicycle here?" I laughed, my parents laughed and my dad told her it was hers. She was so funny, she thought Santa had forgotten her. I will still tease her sometimes when giving her a gift, that is really for Karen,

Johanna said...

I follow you on Bloglovin :)

Johanna said...

One of my favorite memories is the christmas, the cat almost tipped over the christmas tree. She was just trying to play with all the sparkling stuff on the tree :)

The Pink Chick said...

I love In the Cold and all of Kate Spain's fabrics!! I too also look at What's New on FQS frequently! I can't always buy but it is fun to look!

My favorite Christmas memory is one of my daughter and convincing her about Santa when she was beginning to suspect. It was an elaborate plan but worked!! We've talked about it every year since!!!

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

I will be following Bloglovin soon!!

CathyK said...

I just signed up to follow you on Bloglovin! Thanks for the chance!

Kathryn said...

I've followed you from Google Reader to now Bloglovin. I hope I do end up 'lovin' it. Thanks for the great prize. I love FQS.

Kathryn said...

My favorite Christmas memory is the year my dad got my mom a mink stole. How exciting!!

CathyK said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is when the entire family sat down to decorate Christmas cookies together. My brother passed away at 28, so these memories are particularly cherished. Thank you for the chance! :)

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

We had a tree once that was so big when we were first married, that it fell over! I follow you on bloglovin and Feedly. Thank you for this chance.

Sally K said...

I started following you with Bloglovin'. You are the first I am following!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

I am following you on BlogLovin. It would be Christmas in July for me if I won this great bundle.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

My favorite Christmas memory is setting up a train set with my dad.

Sally K said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories was the year we stayed home instead of traveling and had Christmas morning in our own home.

Vicky P said...

I follow with bloglovin just not sure how to work the comment section out.

Vicky P said...

My favorite Christmas memory is seeing our children's faces after my husband and I stayed up most of the night putting a race track together and working hard to make it work. Ended up returning it later but the kids were really excited about it that morning.

**MIGNONNE** said...

I'm following! Thank you for this chance.

**MIGNONNE** said...

My favorite Christmas memory is watching my husband open up a denim and BYU quilt I made him. He was so surprised that I could do all that work and keep it a secret from him. He actually shed a tear when he saw it!

Carol Candlish said...

I am following you on Blog Lovin'.

Carol Candlish said...

My favorite memories of Christmas was spending it with my boyfriend who became my husband, and then with the children when they came along! Thanks for the giveaway. I could use some new Christmas fabrics.

Terri. said...

I follow you on Bloglovin

Terri. said...
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Terri. said...

I remember the Christmas with all the family together!

Tatkis said...

Fantastic giveaway, thank you so much!
I'm following you on Bloglovin :)

Hugs,
Tatyana

Tatkis said...

One of my favourite Christmas memories is how me and my younger brother were waiting for Santa to arrive at midnight, trying not to sleep and always missing him and finding presents in the morning :))

Hugs,
Tatyana

Sunnybec said...

I already follow you in Bloglovin.

Sunnybec said...

I still remember the excitement of waking up and seeing that Santa had been.... when you are little every Christmas is special. x

Maria said...

From Spain I follow you in Bloglovin, I love Christmas fabrics

Mary said...

I remember pot-luck dinner celebrations at my Grandmother's house. There would be around 20 adults and 50 children from infants to late teens -- all my cousins packed into Grandma's tiny house. The adults set up trestle tables in the living room that would be groaning with foods. We'd eat Grandma's fudge, divinity, chocolate covered cherries and all watch How The Grinch Stole Christmas and then play cut-throat 10 point Pitch (card game).

Erin said...

I follow you with Bloglovin!

Erin said...

My favorite Christmas memory would have to be remembering the years as a child spending Christmas Eve at my grandparents house. They had a hi-fi and lots of Christmas music records we would play while eating and drinking eggnog and just being together. :)

Cris said...

Me encanta!!! te sigo en blogovin, y mi recuerdo de navidad es tener a toda la familia en casa de los abuelos, todos juntos y pasandolo bien.
A ver si hay suerte, un beso
Cris

Britt-Inger said...

I am a follower on Bloglovin. My best Christmas memories are from my childhood when we don´t have electric Christmas lights in the tree. We must wait until my Grandpa has set fire on all the candle in the tree.
And they only burned an hour.
Thanks for the great giveaway

Rafael's Mum said...

I am already a follower on bloglovin and followed you on reader before you changed your blogname :-)

Rafael's Mum said...

I remember one christmas when I was very little. We were on holiday in Germany and it snowed. I was allowed to go to midnight mass and the church was all lit up and wafting with pine tree smell and enveloped in deep snow. It was magical!

Anne D said...

I follow you on blog lovin.
I love everything Kate Spain. I would love to make the Christmas quilt from that line.

Jan Herzberg said...

I follow you on bloglovin!

Jan Herzberg said...

When I would wake up on Christmas morning, very early, I would go to my big brother's bed and snuggle with him until we were allowed to go downstairs to see if Santa had visited our home.

Dorian said...

What a great giveaway, thank you~ I follow you.

diegoagogo said...

I have been following you for ages & now follow you on Bloglovin.

diegoagogo said...

Favourite Christmas memory is hiding some jingle bells in my sleeve & having my son totally convinced he had heard the sleigh leaving.
Thanks for the chance to win such gorgeous fabric!
Cheers
Lush
Worthing, UK

Jackie said...

I follow you on bloglovin - though feedly is turning out to suit me better!

Jackie said...

Favorite Christmas memory - seeing my kids so excited!

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

I am a follower on Bloglovin.

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

One of my favorite memories of Christmas is the trees my father used to pick out every year. Somehow he would always pick the worst "Charlie Brown" looking trees on the lot. It became a legend in our family on how bad the tree would be that year. It's fun to go back and look at the pictures of all those trees.

Jen W said...

Spun Sugar follower!

Jen W said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is seeing the kids come down the stairs on Christmas morning - kept the tradition from when I was little of getting a picture as they see the tree and stocking!

Michele said...

I'm not using blog lovin but I'm a follower anyway :-)

Michele said...

My favorite Christmas memory is a quiet evening with my kids watching Christmas movies in front of the fireplace :-)

Lisa said...

I'm already a follower of your blog on Bloglovin :)

Lisa said...

My favourite christmas memory is when we had all the family over for dinner at my parents house, there was 20 people for dinner & mum got so confused dishing all the dinners up that she dished up 2 extra christmas meals. That was probably 20 years ago but we laugh about it every year.

Tanyia said...

I follow on Blog Lovin :)

Tanyia said...

All I remember about Christmases was it being a magical time of year where my mom did everything she could to get the money to buy me a couple things. We had an itty bitty table top tree... but it was the prettiest table top tree around and my mom took pride i n doing what she could to give me some happiness and decorate and be festive and ya know... I never really felt like I was lacking anything due to the spirit she put in to it,, even if there was not much in the way of presents. :) Thanks for the smile this morning.

mama dub said...

I am following on Bloglovin'.

Kim in NC said...

I remember my family caroling with another family every year. We had such fun and always ended up at one neighbor's house who served hot chocolate and cookies.

mama dub said...

I have many happy Christmas memories from growing up and when my children were little. But now I just love when my grandchildren are here opening presents. They are so thrilled no matter what the present is!

*Cornelia* said...

Im a bloglovin follower

*Cornelia* said...

Last year was our first christmas as a family of 4 and it was such a joy to see those happy faces and big eyes. I just love this season

Sarah said...

I'm a follower with Bloglovin.

Sarah said...

Christmas is summer down here in Australia and our national summer sport is cricket, so we always have a family game of backyard cricket. Now my own kids are joining in too.

Mimi said...

Oh my lord... I've been wanting this fabric since the first time it was revealed!!! I follow you via BlogLovin' and my name is Michele Timms. My favorite Christmas memory was the year we dug out the snow in the backyard and had a fire in the pit!!! The walls of the snow kept us warm - it was awesome!!!

JenH said...

Following you on Bloglovin!

Sherry Von Fumetti said...

In From the Cold is adorable! Christmas Memory: My sisters and I (four in all) would get pajamas from my aunt...all the same style and fabric!

JenH said...

Fave memory would be hearing reindeer on the roof as a child. I swear I did!

cherylj said...

I follow your wonderful blog n Bloglovin.

cherylj said...

My favorite Xmas memory would be getting my pink Strawberry Shortcake big wheel for my 8th Christmas.

martha said...

I already follow you with bloglovin and my favorite Christmas was the first one with My loving husband.

Thim3 said...

What a great giveaway...I am already a follower on bloglovin...love your blog.
thim3@hotmail.com

Thim3 said...

My best Christmas memories was just being at my grandparents house and them always trying to make it seem like they had just heard or saw Santa and he had left all the gifts under the tree or the new bikes in the garage with the big red bows on them. I find myself doing the same thing with my own grandkids.
thim3@hotmail.com

Kiwi said...

I follow you on bloglovin!

Kiwi said...

Favorite Christmas memory is celebrating with all five kids home and believing in Santa!

Audrey Matlock said...

I follow you on Bloglovin. My favorite Christmas memory is just having my whole family together. Those times are precious!! Thanks for the smile and the give away!!

Janine said...

My favorite Christmas memory was from 1973. I got my OWn TV, a small black & white one. It made me feel special!

carla said...

Hi!!! I love In From The Cold!!! Very pretty!!! I follow on Bloglovin!!!

Lee Peters said...

My favorite Christmas memory is from when I was really little and my parents went out to dinner and came home to find the Christmas tree tied up to doornobs, piano, etc. It had fallen over while they were gone and us three kids did what we could to fix it.

Jennifer Gail said...

I am a bloglovin follower.

carla said...

My favorite memories are of seeing kids faces when they first see the tree with all of the gifts under it!!! It is always so sweet!!!!

Andrea said...

I follow you on bloglovin.

Andrea said...

Favorite Christmas memories usually include lots of family and my grandfather reading one of his original poems.

Jennifer Gail said...

Getting a 10 speed bike I was very happy:)

Meredith said...

I love this pretty line of fabric and just love Kate Spain! My favorite Christmas memory is going to Christmas Eve candle light service as a family.

Kristen said...

Already following you on bloglovin!

Kristen said...

I loved making paper snow flakes for the house. Kate's Christmas fabric is my favorite in color and design!

Diane H said...

One Christmas my sister, her husband and their son flew in just for the day. It was a wonderful surprise. Thanks for the giveway.

Diane H said...

I signed up to follow you on Bloglovin and am looking forward to it.

barb said...

I follow you on bloglovin and look forward to your post! babscorbitt@gmail.com

barb said...

My best christmas memory was when i was seven or eight years old. We were very poor, so we didnt usually get presents. But my uncle bought me a jewelry box with a spinning balarinna, a pen light and nancy drew books to read. The flashlight was so i could read at night or under the covers. Even today i cannot see a jewery box, nancy drew or a movie that shows someone reading under the covers without thinking of my wonderful uncle who made such great and happy memories for me. babscorbitt@gmail.com

shawn said...

Hello, I follow on bloglovin!!

(smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

KatieQ said...

I already follow you on Bloglovin.

shawn said...

My memory is of my sister, brother and I waking up early on Christmas morning and sitting by the heat register staying warm waiting for mom and dad to wake up so we could open our presents. Thanks for the giveaway!

(smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)

KatieQ said...

My favorite Christmas memory is from when I was 4. I received a carousel made of tin that you wound up and it twirled around. I can still remember the vibrant colors. Of course there were no Consumer watchdogs to check out the safety in toys and I wound up cutting myself on the edges, but I loved it anyway.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

I'm a happy follower! :-)

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Favorite memory was traveling to my grandparents and having the whole extended family together. Now with family spread all over the country it is impossible to celebrate holidays that way. Thanks for the chance!

Linda said...

HI VICKIE,THIS IS ADORABLE FABRIC!
MY BEST MEMORY AS A CHILD WAS THE BEAUTIFUL WOODEN DOLL HOUSE MY SISTER AND I RECEIVED!
THANKS TO YOU+FQS!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

I follow you on BL....

Linda said...

HAPPY TO ALREADY FOLLOW YOU >BLOG LOVIN'!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Best memory was as a young adult, getting to my Mom and Dads house at 4 am and getting them out of bee to open presents. Oh how I miss them.

Diane said...

I'm already a follower, does that count?

Diane said...

My favorite memory of Christmas was the year I had to work on Christmas eve and my dad drove me through the night (six hours) to meet the rest of the family for Christmas morning. We were on a very dark road and saw the most amazing shooting star just after midnight. I get chills when I think about it. I sure miss him.

Katherine said...

I follow you on Bloglovin!

Love, love, love Kate Spain designs, too. Thanks so much for the chance to win this gorgeous bundle!

Gill said...

I follow you with bloglovin!!

Miranda P said...

I never knew bloglovin existed but now I think I'm going to like it! I love Christmas and fabrics and am a new quilter so more for my stash would be awesome! A Christmas memory is baking cookies and cut outs with my mom every year!

quilter000 said...

I remember when I got the dolly in the pretty Blue taffeta dress for Christmas. I did not want to let anybody hold her. That year mommy and daddy got us little girls all the a doll. Her hair was curly and brown like mine used to be and the dress so beautiful. I wanted a dress like hers. Thanks for a chance to win some stash!!!

quilter000 said...

My comment was posted there and I am dreaming of winning and make a new quilt for my Christmas this year!! thanks Vickie

Denise in PA said...

I follow you on Bloglovin'!

quilter000 said...

Well I do follow you on Bloglovin and even signed up for my own spot LOL
I too am a lover of Kate's fabric. She does such beautiful colorways!

Denise in PA said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is making the last minute decision to fly to Scotland to spend the holiday with my father-in-law a few years ago. It was a magical Christmas. He unexpectedly passed away a few months later - we were so grateful for having made that decision! o:)

Sue said...


I'm following you on Bloglovin. The Kate Spain fabrics are fantastic.

Joan and Kevin said...

I follow you on Bloglovin!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Joan and Kevin said...

My favorite Christmas memory is my daughter's first Christmas!

Sue said...

A vivid Christmas memory is waking very early on Christmas morning, along with my brother. - Oh the excitement over what was contained within those lumpy pillowcases at the end of the bed.....

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I follow your blog with Bloglovin'

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I remember going to my Grandparents on Christmas Eve and seeing my doll sitting a box filled with handmade doll clothes!

Gill said...

Not so much favourite but definitely memorable was the year my middle son sliced his thumb open on Christmas morning!

JoyceLM said...

Following with Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway.

JoyceLM said...

A favorite Christmas memory is from my first year in college (long long ago). Since I hadn't been home in almost 4 months, my Mom said I could choose what she would make for Christmas dinner, and I chose Chinese. She made a fabulous meal that everyone loved (even my picky little sister) and continued to make that meal each Christmas for years afterward. Thanks.

Linda Crosby said...

I follow you on blog lovin...thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric.

Linda Crosby said...

I am from a family of eight children so when we gather for Christmas, we have a wonderful time with all my brothers and sisters and their families.

Amie D said...

I follow you on bloglovin. I have been quilting for nearly 10 years and have yet to make a Christmas Quilt, this would be the perfect fabrics to get started!

Brenda said...

I'm following you on bloglovin.

Brenda said...

My favorite Christmas memory is coming downstairs in the morning to see all the gifts under under the tree. I was thrilled to get a plastic horse with a doll to ride it. We didn't get many new things during the year so Christmas was always a treat.

Quilting Tangent said...

Getting a present from just dad since mom did all the shopping. Once in a while he would get me something special. Thanks for the giveaway

Shannon said...

I already follow you on Bloglovin'.

Shannon said...
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Shannon said...

My favorite Christmas memory is the year my dad broke up he Christmas Village that he had been collecting for years and gave me part of it. It is so special to me.

Linda K said...

I followed on Google Reader and now on Bloglovin'! Always enjoy your posts.

Linda K said...

Kinda hard to pick a favorite Christmas memory, because so many have been so special, but I just started thinking about the year my daughter turned 4 years old and was 6 months into 2 years of chemo. She was bald and took everyone of the sticky bows off of the packages and stuck them on her head!! I have to go look for those pictures!! I, too, love Kate Spain fabrics. I made a quilt with Flurry and would love to make one with In From The Cold. Thanks for the chance!

hogarthc16 said...

My favorite Christmas memory is making popcorn balls with my cousins and grandmother. Such fun! Thanks for the chance!

hogarthc16 said...

I follow you!

Vicki H said...

There are so many good memories. I love seeing the smiles on the grandkids faces when they see the tree with the presents.

Vicki H said...

Yes, I follow you with bloglovin. I would love to make a quilt with In From the Cold.

barbara woods said...

i follow on blopg lovin

barbara woods said...

i remember christmas eve trying so hard to go to sleep so santa would come. thanks

Julia said...

I'm following you...with bloglovin!

Julia said...

One of my favorite memories of Christmas -- my dad on the floor with us, spending half the day putting all the toys Santa left together!

tpott said...

It's official, I follow you on Bloglovin. I switched last week, Bloglovin is OK, just OK. I still go through my favorites list, it seems not all of my GFC list was transferred. One of my favorite Christmas memories is, going outside on Christmas Eve to see my Granpa turn on all the colorful Christmas lights he put up for us. I LOVED it every year, I miss those days. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway! ;-> Toni Anne

Shasta Matova said...

I follow you on Bloglovin - that's how I found out about this post!

Shasta Matova said...

What a lovely giveaway - it is beautiful fabric collection. My favorite Christmas memory - I send a package of disposable gifts for my daughter who was going to college overseas. I figured she would be able to eat up and use up the stuff so she wouldn't have to bring anything back. I gave her a little stuffed animal so she would have a decoration. It was fun making a package for her even though I missed her terribly. When she came home and unpacked, I saw that she had brought back the stuffed animal. So sweet!

Cecilia said...

I follow you on Bloglovin.

Cecilia said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is the year my oldest granddaughter was born on the 27th of December. Thanks for the giveaway, I love this collection.

JoyceG said...

I follow you on Bloglovin.

JoyceG said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is the year my father cut down a tree in our yard (in MA) for a Christmas tree to save money. The next morning, we woke to a living room ceiling covered with little black insects that had come out of the tree because of the warmth of the room. Ugh!

cshamp said...

I follow on Bloglovin'!

cshamp said...

My best Christmas memory is my last baby (finally!) being born on Dec. 21st. We were able to leave the hospital and be home in time for Christmas Eve!

Linda Nelson said...

I follow on Bloglovin'!

Linda Nelson said...

My favorite Christmas memory is my sisters and I sleeping under the tree when we would come home from college!

Sandy said...

I don't know if this counts, but I follow you on my email....I get notification when you post. I have never followed blogs with google reader, so I'm not going to do it with bloglovin either.

Sandy said...

I absolutely love this fabric line. I love anything Kate Spain designs! And the cup pattern is so cute....I already have it copied. One of my favorite Christmas memories is how us kids used to have to wait in the back of the house Christmas morning until Mom and Dad had everything "perking and glowing" and then we were allowed into the living room...oh, the excitement!

supersara20 said...

I'm a follower!

supersara20 said...

I remember the Christmas that my dad got us a cocker spaniel puppy. Was great!

Carla G said...

What awesome fabric!! It's making me feel a little cooler... as it's a cooker here today. I already follow you via bloglovin! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Carla G said...

My favorite Christmas memory is when my twin boys were 8 months old and we were trying to decorate the tree. They were crawling under the tree taking off the ornaments. So hubby gave them a string of lights & plugged it in, oh did they stop and study those lights. It was just fun to see the boys enjoy their first Christmas! :)

PK Sews said...

What an awesome giveaway! I love this collection. I'm a happy follower of your blog on Bloglovin. Thanks for all the inspiration!

Susan Stanton said...

Would love the chance to win In From the Cold! What a great fabric line.

Susan Stanton said...

Favorite Christmas memory... being with my grandparents in Florida!

PK Sews said...

My favorite Christmas memory is of getting a Barbie Dream House when I was about 8 years old. The most awesome Christmas gift of my childhood!

eileensideways said...

~we can weather any storm when we got love to keep us warm~ love the fabric and the pattern.

Gale, Ky quilter said...

I already follow you on Bloglovin! Awesome giveaway . . . I need some Christmas fabric. :)

Gale, Ky quilter said...

My favorite Christmas memory is going into the woods at night to find a tree with my brother and his girlfriend when I was about 12 . . . . it was so cold & it had snowed & formed ice on the trees & the ground & the moon was out. Everything glowed with a golden yellow . . . it was magical and it was absolutely beautiful! I don't remember anything about the tree we picked but I will never get that beautiful night.

Amy DeCesare said...

I follow on Bloglovin'.

Amy DeCesare said...

Such a generous giveaway! My favorite Christmas memories are of all the baking I've done for the holidays over the years - sometimes with friends, but more often with my mom.

scottylover said...

I already follow you on Blog Lovin'. I'm still getting used to it and have been using it ever since Google said they were getting rid of their reader! :P
Sandy A

scottylover said...

Wow, there are so many! I think my favorite was the year we (my brother & I) got a record player and some records that were for kids. It was so neat to be able to use it on our own and sing along with the songs once we learned them. I remember sitting in the floor at my grandma's reading all the backs of the albums to see what the songs were.

Sandy A

Kim in NC said...

I just selected to follow your blog on Bloglovin!

llavmc said...

I'm following you on bloglovin!

llavmc said...

My favorite Christmas memory is from childhood when my parents would get everyone in the family, including themselves, the same gift. One year it was bikes, another sleds, and another ice skates. Then the whole family would spend time together using our new gifts.

Elaine said...

I just started following you on bloglovin, and I'm delighted to join your give away for this cute fabric!

Elaine said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories was the Christmas I was 10. Our family was struggling financially, so Mom introduced us to hand made gifts. She guided each of us (there are 4, and I'm the oldest) in crafting gifts for one another. What a special morning - I think we learned the joy of giving that day.

Sandy D said...

I am a follower on
bloglovin and love it.

Sandy D said...

My favorite memory is the first Christmas with our first grandchild a girl in 2003. I love being a granny and we now have 6.

Melissa said...

I follow you via email since I can't access readers from my work computer (I mostly read blogs on my lunch break.).

Melissa said...

My favorite Christmas memory is going Caroling with my mother's side of the family on Christmas eve and then having cookies and hot chocolate at the nearest relative's house.

Kathleen O'Grady said...

I follow you on Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathleen O'Grady said...

I don't know that I have a favorite memory of Christmas, just many wonderful ones. I remember laying on the carpet next to the tree at night starring at all the presents, lights and pretty ornaments. We had a little church that you could wind up and it played Little Town of Bethlehem and the tiny windows would light up. Great memories. Thank you and Fat Quarter Shop for the giveaway.

Patty said...

I am following you! I hoped I wouldn't lose every one when I changed to Bloglovin.

Patty said...

My favorite Christmas memory is when my grandma played Santa. I have siblings 8 and 11 years younger than I am so I knew what was going on. It was so fun to see my brother & sister when "santa" came to our home.

Ether Bourn said...

I already follow you on Bloglovin.

Jan Baker said...

I follow you on bloglovin

Jan Baker said...

I don't know if it's the fondest but I will always remember the year my oldest sister talked us into opening the presents she found in the closet. She wanted to find out if she got a record player.

Ether Bourn said...

My favorite Christmas memories involve celebrating with little ones in the house. First my nephew and niece, then my own children and now my grand niece and nephew. I look forward to sharing the experience with my grandchildren some day. There is not much better than seeing the wonder in a child's eyes when they experience the festivities and learn about the baby Jesus.

Debra said...

I'm a new follower on Bloglovin. I adore Kate Spain's designs! Thanks for the opportunity to win scrumptious fabric.

My favorite memory of Christmas is our family gathering on Christmas Eve. I have a large extended family so my grandmother and her sisters began preparing the special dinner and all of the trimmings in September. My grandmother did the majority of food prep. All of her hard work culminated on Christmas Eve with all of the family; cousins, aunts, uncles, visiting and eating throughout the day. Christmas Eve was a constant parade of 100 relatives who came to spread good cheer, eat a bite and enjoy being together. To me, having the first snow fall of the season on Christmas Eve made it even more special because it was a guarantee of a White Christmas day. Christmas Eve snowfall sparkled like glitter falling from the sky..so white, so fresh and pure more than any other snowfall.

Martina said...

I follow you now on bloglovin'. Love the fabrics so much!

Martina said...

My favourite christmas memory is from the time we lived in Turkey. We had to rethink what is important for us on christmas as there were no christmastrees and other decorations. It was very much fun and we ended up with a little round table decorated with mandalinas and selfmade christmasdecorations and candles. Underneath we placed the gifts and it was just a very special christmas for the whole family.

DeborahGun said...

I follow you on bloglovin! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

DeborahGun said...

My favourite christmas memory is christmas day on a train in India with my family.

mafalda said...

Hello, my favorite Christmas Memory is with my family in Brasil, there we have a nice family reunion, with brazil nuts,panettone and maionese salad!
My name is Cecilia and I live in Idaho, with my husband, 3 dogs and 5 pretty smart cats!

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