Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day–May 2015

Yeah!  It is Sew Mama Sew’s Giveaway Day’!  I LOVE Giveaway Day! (well..technically week).  It’s a great opportunity to take some time, check out bloggers, and of course – win some goodies in the process!
Here’s a little peek at the goodies I’ll be giving away for Giveaway Day! (Yes, that’s Aurifil that you are spying!)IMG_8993
But FIRST -I want to tell you WHY you want to follow my blog and read it every time I post!

My Quilts

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photo taken by Karmen Lindner Photography
I tend to make quilts that don’t follow any typical guidelines.  I’m pretty sure that my style is that of ‘Free Range Quilting’.  (and yes – I made that style up).  I do what I want, with what color, fabrics and patterns I want – and they are definitely never boring!

Project QUILTING

Project QUILTING is a challenge I run on my blog. A typical season of Project QUILTING goes Project QUILTINGfrom January through March each year. A challenge goes up on a Sunday and you have ONE week to make and finish a quilt that fits that challenge! Since Project QUILTING began in 2010 – 1,163 quilts have been started and finished during the week of a challenge!Focus Through the Prism button
This year I’m running a special ‘Off Season Challenge’ – Focus Through the Prism. It just started this month and there’s still time for you to join in the fun – just head over to HERE - to find out more about the challenge! If the week deadline I talk about above scared you– don’t worry! You get a month to start and finish your quilts!
IMG_6596 I made my television debut on PBS with ‘Nancy’s Corner’ – a portion of the show ‘Sewing with Nancy’ this past September.  I had the pleasure of talking to her about Project QUILTING and why it’s been such an inspiration to so many!

Patterns and Tutorials

I love to share with you patterns and tutorials throughout the year as I come up with fun and new ideas!  These can be found on my Craftsy Pattern Site!  They are often initially free so be sure to follow me and not miss a thing!  After a certain time period I do put a cost onto the patterns but I promise it’s completely reasonable!
Three of my most popular patterns are:
Dresden Neighborhood
Dresden Neighborhood
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Let’s Go Fly A Kite

Wyoming Dragonfly
Wyoming Dragonfly

Creative Fun

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There’s always something creative going on in my world – most of the time quilts.  But this summer I’ll be posting about the transformation of a boat that we buried in our yard before last winter.  We’ll be updating it, painting it and making it into a fun, safe place for kids to play in this Fall at our Apple Orchard.  I can’t wait to see what ends up happening to it!

Family and Orchard


photo by Karmen Lindner PhotographyI have three beautiful baby girls, a handy hubby and an apple orchard.  You’ll get to hear more about our adventure’s throughout the year and for some reason it seems like we’re never lacking in adventure.

Alright… enough about me!  Let’s see what I’m GIVING AWAY this week!…

WHAT CAN YOU WIN FROM PERSIMON DREAMS?

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One lucky randomly drawn person will win a bundle of six fat quarters of fabrics I hand-dyed, a mini bundle of Aurifil Thread, a Persimon Dreams Can Cozy, a new 1.5” ‘just making dreams’ pin and a set of six Persimon Dreams pins from a new Quilt Dots line!

HOW CAN I WIN!?!?!?!!!!!!?????

I will ship internationally.

REQUIRED:  Easy – Just leave me a comment answering this question:

Be sure to include your email address so I’m able to contact you when you win!  If I can’t contact you I will choose a different winner.

What art projects do you like to do with children?  (If none, just tell me what your favorite color is to use in your quilts).


BONUS Entries  Leave a separate comment for each to gain extra entries
  • Like Persimon Dreams on Facebook
  • Follow Persimon Dreams on Instagram
  • Pin one of my quilts from the ‘My Quilts’ page onto Pinterest and tag @PersimonDreams
  • Follow my blog by either subscribing to my feed, with blogloving, feedly or other blog reading program.

Seriously – if you don’t leave your email address, I won’t be able to get ahold of you and you won’t get the prize…this is very important!

GIVEAWAY is CLOSED!
  Winner will be announced on Tuesday, May 12th.  Prize will be shipped Monday, May 18th, upon my return from Quilt Market. 
And…now that you’ve entered my giveaway – head back to SewMamaSew and see what other blogger’s have to offer!!!

There are two different giveaway sections -
- Supplies/Fabrics/Patterns
- Handmade Items
Be sure to check them both out!
Online Quilting Class

537 comments:

  1. I'm trying to teach my daughter how to sew, BUT she doesn't have the patience yet
    Meinhardmk@vcu.edu

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  2. I follow on Facebook
    Meinhardmk@vcu.edu

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  3. I follow you on ig...I'm iluvmybaronie

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  4. I pinned your awesome wedding ring quilt
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/336362665896189335/

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  5. I am already a follower on bloglovin.
    sewsimplelife@gmail.com

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  7. My comment disappeared... i like to sew with my kids. We also like to paint and draw.
    sewsimplelife@gmail.com

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  8. Before I moved 3200 miles away, I liked to pick out crafts with my nephew - a trip to Hobby Lobby and then whatever kind of fun he picked out!
    sunshine_in_wi (at) ymail (dot) com

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  9. I like using blue in quilts

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  10. Kim, it's been a few 20 or so years since I've crafted w/children. Mine love to cut fabric (boys) into bitsy pieces and make collages. Thank you for the opportunity for the Aurifil thread.

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  11. I like using bright, warm colors in quilts. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  12. My favorite color to use in quilts is blue.

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  13. I follow your blog via email.

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  14. When I have my great grand daughter over who is 3 going on 20 we have art class. Sometimes we sew, sometimes we make wall posters and now she has her own garden. She loves cherry tomatoes and that is what is in her garden.

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  15. I pinned a quilt https://www.pinterest.com/pin/113364115597360480/

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  16. I don't spend a lot of time with kids, but I like to color with them!

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  17. I follow on Instagram as marg1950

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  18. I like to decorate cakes with children.

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  19. I used to do 'flower school' with my kids. We'd pick a flower from the yard and learn to draw it/paint it/discover it.
    My favorite color is aqua/turquoise.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I've actually been enjoying teaching my kids quilting. But we also made a paper machie R2D2 which was fun

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  21. I don't have any kids, so I am no help there. My favorite color to use in quilts is purple. Thanks for the generous give away! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  22. I follow you on Facebook. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  23. I am a new follower on Instagram. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  24. I like to do crafts that we can use in imaginative play. We make simple costumes (masks, capes, etc), flags, and various play weapons.

    I tend to quilt with gray or blue.

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  25. My daughter and I sew together often and we even started a kids swap since she was jealous of all the cool stuff I got in the mail lol!

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  26. Since I do not have any children of my own, I am helping my nice quilt. I love the color blue and use this color a lot, sew it seams. Thank you for being a part of the SMS giveaway day and for being so generous with your giveaway.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  27. My favourite colour at the moment is purple!

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  28. I don't get to do it often but I love to help kids learn to quilt!

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  29. I love doing all kinds of art projects with my grandkids...lately we have been dyeing yarn and fabric. (I love your kite pattern!)

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  30. I love to use white in a quilt. It just makes everything pop to me. Thanks for the chance to win. carol @ Bornfortravel.com :)

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  31. I'm hoping to work on a quilt with my daughter and granddaughter this summer. In the meantime, I try to sneak a little purple into everything I do...
    windmomATyahooDAHTcom

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  32. Drawing is always fun to do with children! It never goes out of style!

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  33. We draw pictures and add pictures to write silly stories :)

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  34. My 6 year old granddaughter has her own embroidery project in my project bag. Her mommy prefers that she stitch when I am with her so that the needle doesn't end up lying around for her little brother to find. That's just fine with me. I love teaching her.

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  36. We like doing collages with all my fabric scraps!
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  37. I like to do "messy arts" with my nieces and nephews. Finger painting, hand molds, play dough. Basically anything their parents wouldn't let them do at home. Their eyes just light up.

    brittany@beezeeart.com

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  38. Mine are all grown up but grandchild #1 is due this summer! I look forward to Playdough, Fimo, potato printing projects & more. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  39. Liked you on facebook :)

    brittany@beezeeart.com

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  40. Followed you on instagram :)

    brittany@beezeeart.com

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  41. I follow you on Instagram! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  42. My quilt guild teaches kids to machine quilt every spring, other wise not much, as I don't have kids. My fav color is blue, your hand dyes are beautiful!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  43. My favourite colour is in the blue and purple range!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  44. I like to do a hand-sewn craft (like felt ornaments) so that they can learn to sew and finish a small project rather quickly. I follow you on feedly.

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  45. Hi - When my son was little, we used to do a lot of craft, but I think his favorite was drawing and coloring. pegandky@gmail.com

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  46. I love blues and purples and fabrics in general. Love creating anything from fabric!

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  47. I liked you on Facebook. pegandky@gmail.com

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  48. I'm following you on Instagram. pegandky@gmail.com

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  49. My kids always preferred 'useful' art, so we made stepping stones for the garden, decorated potholders, etc. Last year my kids decorated clothespins for Mother's day--makes me smile every time I hang out the laundry!

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  50. I enjoy making pillowcases with my grandson matt...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  52. I already love your page on facebook ty for posting......happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  53. I like making felt softies with my girls. Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

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  54. I rollow you on Facebook. Thanks.

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  55. My favorite color to use in quilts is teal.

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  56. Have been following on instagram for quite some time.

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  57. I follow you on instagram with the name shroomfrog.

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  58. Not so much art projects with my kids but lots of baking happens in this house.

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  59. I pinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/361836151288776876/

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  60. I let my grandchildren use my professional products to make art. Their favorite is using large stretched canvases and acrylic paints.

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  61. I teach my kids to sew in the summers when we have lots of free time but year-round I prefer paper crafts.

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  62. I am already following on Facebook.

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  63. I am newly following on Instagram.

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  64. I love to paint, and draw with kids using different mediums. Chalk, watercolor, pencil....gets them thinking outside the box.

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  65. When my son was young we liked to make shrink art ornaments.

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  66. I live in a Florida retirement community and don't have access to children, and my grandchildren all live too far away, but I do send them things to be creative with and show the older two things online to spark their creativity. The little ones are too young yet. I love color and no color is off-limits to me, but I do gravitate to the dusty aquas and lime greens lately.

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  67. Although my children are adults , the things I love to do with kids craft wise are making with pipe cleaners, making with felt, making with beads, making with fabric (including stamping etc on fabric). So many fun things.

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  68. Following on FB! roguekeri at live dot com

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  69. My kids love to paint - we should do it more often! roguekeri at live dot com

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  70. I don't have kids to do crafts with, but I enjoy teaching sewing to 4-H kids.

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  71. Well, my daughter is just barely 20 months old. So right now our favorite art projects are crayons and stickers. I can't wait until she is old enough to start doing real craft projects!

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  72. I don't have kids.....he is all grown up.....but I do like to add a touch of yellow in most of my quilts.....

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  73. no kids to do craft with really - I tend to "force" my kid sisters (teenagers) to be creative in the garden....

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  74. I pinned the awesome Squarey Quilt

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  75. jessica dot jo at live dot com
    My kids love to paint. I think this summer I am going to get some canvas looking fabric that drapes well, gather up all of our old paint cans from interior painting, and have them go all jackson pollock on the fabric. Then use the fabric to make a ball gown. What do yout hink?

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  76. I. Like having a special hobby with each child. Something to their liking that we both enjoy. I've continued it with the grandchildren

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  77. I follow you on Facebook
    Joanrob8@aol.com

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  78. I am currently teaching my 6 year old granddaughter to knit. It is so much fun to see her finally getting it!
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  79. My eldest daughter is loving learning to sew with me. My youngest daughter loves being given some paper, glue and scissors. She will spend hours just cutting and gluing. littleellalu(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. collecting beach treasures with my littles
    berly at uw dot edu

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  81. don't have any kids to craft with so my favorite color to use is blue.
    datepen (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  82. i use quite a bit of green and pinks in my quilts

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  83. I love to sit down with my niece and hand sew items for her dollhouse. We get to share our love of fabric and in small doses for little hands, I enjoy it. I would love to win. Some of your items I have never used before. I would love to make long rectangle quilt for the bottom of my bed. Yours are so lovely. I follow too :-)
    ~Crystal
    A Day In My Life, Crochet & Reviews
    http://krystlewv.blogspot.com

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  84. Weaving! Kids love it. It uses up all the yarn ends and if it's too wonky, felting the finished product works wonders.

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  85. I follow by email and love all your photos!

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  86. My granddaughter is very crafty and we do everything from sewing to paper crafts.

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  87. My favorite color to use in quilts is pink!

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  88. I like teaching kids to sew
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  89. My favorite color to use in a quilt is green. Thank you so much for your giveaway.

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  90. No kids around me, sorry :) But I love red, the brighter the better

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  91. I don't have kids to do projects with so my fave color to use is grey

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  92. Since my grandson is only 22 months I want to try finger painting in a bag! And maybe we'll play with scraps.

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  93. I wish I had a child that liked to do art projects but he has zero interest. But he does like driving his cars on my cutting mat while I'm sewing! My favorite color to use right now is aqua. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  94. I'm a Mema now, and making homemade play dough is the BEST :)

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  95. I love to do free drawing projects with kids. When I'm a camp counselor each summer, I end each night by having my girls draw what their day was like (I provide journals, pens, pencils, markers, etc). I love how they express themselves and am always surprised by what they draw. My favorite was when a girl drew lines all the way down the page in different widths and colors to express how she was feeling that day and the different activities we did (eg. large blue = happy in the pool, multicolored lines for fun at craft time). Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  96. my favourite quilt-fabric-colours a turquoise, dark red and purple.
    thanks for the giveway!

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  97. For the ages of your daughters, the woven potholders. The potholders can be woven or stitched into doll blankets, doll bags, doll sleeping bags. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  98. New follower on Bloglovin'. Favorite colors orange/yellow and purple. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  99. Lol, this is a good question. I have two girls and the crafting bug has completely bypassed them. The only time I can get my kids into my craft room is when there is a school project due and I have all the supplies. I have always been a crafter. From cross stitching, to knitting, to scrapbooking. I love it all and here I am with two girls who would rather watch Teen Wolf than spend a day in the craft room. Although my eldest has just announced she wants to learn how to knit. So maybe there is hope for me yet :)

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  100. I like to do different crafts with them. I think my favorite is painting and drawing. I receive your email. sonrisa32 @ yahoo.com

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  101. Well, I don't have any little kids at present, but I love to read them books. Little ones from a day care walk past my office every day and I smile and wave at them. Does that count? thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  102. I teach an art n craft class at church on Wednesdays and at a small private school once a month - I love to see the kids make fun projects that they can gift or play with. We are doing flowers for mom tonight.

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  103. We like to get the Mod Podge out & glue sparkly things, beads, buttons, ribbon, fabric scraps etc to card. If you use enough glue it all sticks but it might take a week to dry :)

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  104. I love drawing with my kids

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  105. I'm lucky enough that I get to craft with kids at my job sometimes - you can't beat using paper and things to stick on it in my experience! Making cards for mothers is usually a hit too! x

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  106. I follow you on bloglovin x

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  107. I teach seeing to my niece and nephew. My own two are too young for any crafts. Jen dot vdwoerd at gmail dot com

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  108. That should read sewing, of course. And I'm a new instagram follower.

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  109. I don't have any kids with which to do crafts.
    I love to use brights in my quilts. No particular colour, just one or more that have some punch.

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  110. I follow you on bloglovin
    I love the Dresden neighbourhood x

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  111. I like doing quilt projects with children that are also learning projects, such as math, measuring, or language.

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  112. I like to make pillowcases with kids fro the Million Pillowcase Challenge.

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  113. I like to flower garden with my grand kids.

    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  114. I liked you on facebook.

    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  115. Currently following your blog on BlogLovin' (@trekkiechick)

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  116. Following on Facebook :) Thanks for a fun giveaway!

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  117. Pinned the lovely Blossom Puzzler quilt to my pinterest page (@ImREL). So many great quilts! Thanks so much a fun giveaway!

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  118. My daughter likes me to sit down & draw with her. I'm quite bad at it, but she has fun, so I do it.
    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  119. No kids around now, but when my boys were little we did science experiments like potato launchers, baking soda and vinegar, etc. Never a dull moment!

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  121. follow you by email......bewtjwatoutlookdotcom

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  122. I don't have kids, so no projects. I like to use black as background, instead of white.

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  123. i love having my kids help me choose fabric and play with scaps on my design wall!

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  124. I love doing all sorts of crafts with kids. My husband built my son a light table and my new favorites are anything we can do on there. I really like anything open ended that doesn't have a planned finished product and a lot of rules.

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  125. Love teaching liittles to do any type of stitching. Have taught 4-year-olds to needlepoint and to "criss cross" stitch, as well as others. Actually love any type of creative activity with them. As my 4-year old great niece would put it, love "arting" with kids, and "making stuff" of all sorts.

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  126. Follow you via BlogLovin' and also by e-mail (I think). Love seeing your regular challenges and your unofficial one coming up with Cherrywood fabrics looks like fun.

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  128. I already like you and follow you on Facebook, as well.

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  129. Follow you via BlogLovin' and also by e-mail (I think). Love seeing your regular challenges and your unofficial one coming up with Cherrywood fabrics looks like fun.

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  130. Love teaching liittles to do any type of stitching. Have taught 4-year-olds to needlepoint and to "criss cross" stitch, as well as others. Actually love any type of creative activity with them. As my 4-year old great niece would put it, love "arting" with kids, and "making stuff" of all sorts.

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  131. Pinned Novitiate Nebula to my board. Must have taken forever!

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  132. I am teaching one of my granddaughters to sew.

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  133. I follow your blog via bloglovin or email.

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  134. I love felting with children. (and my favourite color is bright spring green)

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  135. I like to do drawing and cut-out art projects with my grandchildren.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  136. Like you on FB: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  137. Quilt pin link:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/151363237452867159/
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  138. I like to get wooden doodads (birdhouses, Christmas ornaments etc.) from the craft store for the kids to paint.

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  139. I follow you with bloglovin

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  140. bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  141. There aren't any kids in my life, but I would do any craft with them! Anything where they are getting to be creative!

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  142. I just followed you on bloglovin'!

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  143. I taught my granddaughters how to handpiece quilt blocks when they were younger and now that they are older I am teaching them simple bag making on their very own machines!

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  144. I like to do any craft with a kid who will play with me including, sewing, beads, garden stones, etc.
    ramona_murray (at) comcast (dot ) net

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  145. When my children were little I taught them how to quilt and we did a lot of papercrafting projects.

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  146. Paint and sidewalk chalk are always fun

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  147. i love doing painting with the little ones...i want to teach sewing but i don't have the best of patience...something i need to work on

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  148. :) as a former elementary art teacher....I LOVE creating all sorts of art projects with children....especially when Glue and Glitter are the main art supply!!! :) sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  149. I'm teaching three students needlework, at the moment cross stitch

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  150. I don't really do art projects at all and am awaiting grandchildren to do them with. I love bright colors as well as Civil War prints in my quilt projects. I follow your blog, added you to bloglovin' and will pin a quilt. Thanks so much! I LOVE hand dyed fabrics and dye them myself for fun.

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  151. I like to do origami projects with my daughter. We also like to draw and do cake decorating.

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  152. I knit with kids. I haven't sewn with them yet. (I'm a teacher.)

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  153. We do a lot of fingerpainting at our house.

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  154. My favorite color is aqua/teal. Wish I had kids to sew with. moosecarol at centurylink dot net
    Love your hand dyes!

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  155. My favorite color is blue, any shade! Thanks for the chance!

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  156. I like bookmaking with children!
    mandiprout80 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  157. I love to color in coloring books with kids.

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  158. I taught for 34 years, so lots of art! I love to teach children to hand sew, and they love it too!

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  159. I love to use mustard in my quilts. It goes well with many other colors!

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  160. I love to use blue. Jetscreamer101@yahoo.com

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  161. I like teaching children to sew. Pillows are fun items to do with them -- easy and useful for them or a gift.

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  162. Love to craft with kids. We have made Christmas ornaments, Tie Dye T-shirts, jewelry and more.

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  163. I have liked you on Facebook. thesimplyblogsatgmaildotcom

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  164. I follow on instagram, too. thesimplyblogsatgmaildotcom

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