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Saturday, 17 December 2016

Curious Dream Blog Hop for Windham Fabrics

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Disclosure/Disclaimer: 
Curious Dream fabrics for the Curious Dream Hand Tied Snuggly and the FQ bundle giveaway prize were supplied by Windham Fabrics for the purposes of the blog hop and at no cost to mbCD.  All other materials are my own.  In all other respects, this post is for informational purposes only and no payment or commission is received on click-throughs to links shared.


 Last week Windham Fabrics sent me the cutest Curious Dream FQ bundle by Angela Pingel of Cut to Pieces so I could make something to share for the December fabric release blog hop.  

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Here's Windham's description of the collection:
Jump down the rabbit hole with Angela Pingel's debut collection, Curious Dream.  Inspired by the whimsy of Alice's adventures through Wonderland and the Looking Glass, this collection calls to the dreamer in all of us...  Delivery to stores December 2016.

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

151 years since the first Alice book was published on 26 November 1865, the book is as popular as ever and was a favourite of my childhood fifty something years ago.

When I shared the above pic with my mbCD News readers last week I said, 

It's Alice in Wonderland inspired but not in an obvious way - only one fabric features styled 'Alice' images (above on the right) and another design is based on Alice text (centre top row).  It's a great collection of prints that would mix and match well with other fabric designs too.

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Here's a link to Windham's fabric gallery for the collection and there's this great Look Book to drool over.  Angela gave me permission to share some of the photos from the Look Book photo shoot with you, these are my favourites.


 

I'm using all 21 fabrics in the collection to showcase my 35" square Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern.  Previously I've worked the quilt in flannels so it's fun to get to show you how it works in quilting weight cotton.

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

If you'd like to make your own Hand Tied Snuggly quilt you can click through to my free quilt pattern here or by clicking the image below.  Along with the pattern, there are more photos of the finished quilt and extra tutes including my popular post 5 Step Guide To A Perfect Minky Quilt Back.

5 Step Guide To A Perfect Minky Quilt Back by madebyChrissieD.com
Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.comHand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

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Curious Dream Giveaway
Now let's talk about that Curious Dream fabric again and get on with the giveaway I mentioned earlier.

Windham Fabrics are giving away 
a Curious Dream full collection FQ bundle!
open to US + International Entries 

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

For your chance to win a Curious Dream FQ bundle as shown in the pic above, leave a comment telling me your favourite childhood storybook.

For an additional chance to win follow my blog in some way: 
blog reader; Bloglovin'FacebookInstagram
or my Newsletter and leave a comment letting me know.

NOTE: Please be sure I can access your email. If you're a WordPress, Google+, no-reply or anonymous commenter, or maybe you're just not sure, please add your email address to each comment.  If I can't find you I'll immediately draw another winner. 

This giveaway is open to US + International entries and closes on Saturday, 24 December 2016 at 10.00 am (EST).  A winner will be chosen from the comments using a random number generator, contacted via email and shared here in this post.

Best of luck!


AND THE WINNER IS!!!


The winner of the Curious Dream FQ bundle is comment #119 by Sarah J.  Sarah also shared that her favourite childhood book was/is Dr Seuss.


Many congratulations Sarah,  I've sent you an email asking for your snail mail address so be sure to check your junk folder if it isn't in your inbox. :D

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Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Visit All The Stops On The Blog Hop
Monday, 12 December - Windham Fabrics @Windham Fabrics Snip-Its Blog
Tuesday, 13 December - Kelly Bowser @Kelby Sews
Wednesday, 14 December - Brooke Sellmann @Silly Mama Quilts
Thursday, 15 December - Wendy Sheppard @Ivory Spring
Friday, 16 December - Becca Bryan @Bryan House Quilts
Saturday, 17 December - Chris Dodsley @made by ChrissieD ⇦YOU ARE HERE 🙋
Sunday, 18 December - @Aurifil
Monday, 19 December - Jennie @Clover & Violet
Tuesday, 20 December - Stephanie Kendron @Modern Sewciety
Wednesday, 21 December - Joanne @The Fat Quarter Gypsy
Thursday, 22 December - Heidi Staples @Fabric Mutt

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

There's such a lot happening on this hop and I can't wait to see all the exciting projects still to come.
Hoping you've enjoyed your visit to my blog today and thanks for stopping by - Chris 😊

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern
Don't forget to click through for my free Hand Tied Snuggly quilt pattern so you can make your very own Curious Dream quilt just like mine!


Hand Tied Snuggly Quilt Pattern by madebyChrissieD.com

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Disclosure/Disclaimer: 
Curious Dream fabrics for the Curious Dream Hand Tied Snuggly and the FQ bundle giveaway prize were supplied by Windham Fabrics for the purposes of the blog hop and at no cost to mbCD.  All other materials are my own.  In all other respects, this post is for informational purposes only and no payment or commission is received on click-throughs to links shared.

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218 comments:

  1. My favorite childhood book was Charlotte's Web. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  2. I follow your blog by email. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  3. My favourite childhood book was Possum Magic (kat-gray(at)hotmail(dot)com)

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  4. I follow on instagram and by email (kat-gray(at)hotmail(dot)com)

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  5. I loved the Secret Garden! thank you!

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  6. I loved Anne of Green Gables. Still do!

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  7. I follow you on Instagram, Bloglovin and also subscribe to your newsletter. Not stalking, honest!

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  8. Lots of favourite books as a child. Loved Enid Blyton's 'Famous Five' books. Anne of Green Gables was another favourite. Thanks for the chance.

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  9. Follow you via Facebook, Instagram and my RSS feed.

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  10. My favourite? So hard to say as i am a bookworm, lol! But I really loved the Emmi and Tina series by Frederica de Cesco.
    Love your quilt with the snuggly back!

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  11. I am a Follower via bloglovin'

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  12. I always loved The Railway Children

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  13. I was a Nancy Drew fan, still an avid reader.garvey56@gmail.com

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  14. I follow your Blog. garvey56@gmail.com

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  15. I loved Nancy Drew books and Little House on the Prairie books.

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  16. I follow your blog on my blogger dashboard/GFC.

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  17. My favorite book was Tom Sawyer. okiemaw9@aol.com

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  18. I follow your blog & subscribe to your newsletter. okiemaw9@aol.com

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  19. Anne of Green Gables was one of my favorites. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. My favorite was Charlotte's Web. I also loved the Nancy Drew books!
    Happy Holidays!

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  21. I loved the Thornton Burgess books - with all the little woodland creatures, Jerry Muskrat, Reddy Fox and all the rest.

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  22. Following via my blogger dashboard.

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  23. My favorite books were the Laura Ingells' books ... Little House on the Praire, The Big Woods. Grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  24. I follow your blog on Bloglovin. Grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  25. I loved The Velveteen Rabbit.

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  26. Love your quilt-these fabrics are amazing! Heidi was my favorite story book! Thank you, Susan spierssusan52@gmail.com

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  27. I didn't have a favourite book when growing up. I can now say that when my son was little his favourite book was Richard Scarrey's dictionary. He would sit in my lap for hours while I read the book. A is for, lol. He always had this look on his face, like he was a sponge soaking it up. Ioleen.kimmel@gmail.com

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  28. My childhood was bad and don't recall finding books until I was a teen. But I read to my daughter and grandsons all the time. My oldest grandson LOVED all of the books by Mercer Mayer and so did I.

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  29. I follow you via my blogger dashboard reading list.

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  30. My favorite book was "Black Beauty".

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  31. Curious Dream is such a dreamy collection! I really love how you used each of the fabrics in this hand-tied quilt. It shows them off so well! Thinking back to my childhood (eons ago), I loved the Little Golden Books...one of my faves was The Pokey Puppy. Blessings to you this Christmas week!

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  32. I am a happy Bloglovin and IG follower of yours!

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  33. My favorite were the little house books

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  34. Here's an odd one: Swiss Family Robinson!

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  35. And I follow on both IG and Bloglovin!

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  36. My favorire childhood books were Winnie the Pooh and, later, Heidi. Thanks for the giveaway! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  37. I follow you on Bloglovin and IG. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  38. My favorite book was Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein!
    capdq@aol.com

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  39. I follow you on IG as Urska.z

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  40. I follow you on FB. I love and value most Shel Silverstein books. His poems are so funny and thought provoking.

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  41. I follow you on Bloglovin. I love your hand tied patchwork quilt.

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  42. I love the Little House on the Prairie books.

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  43. I have been following with bloglovin.

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  44. The Bobbsey Twins was big for me.

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  45. I loved the Golden Book Jenny Wren's New House.

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  46. If at 56 years old I can still recite it verbatim....it's my childhood favorite: How Joe the bear and Sam the mouse got together. Last line: "Yes, Everyday at 3 o'clock - We eat Ice Cream together!"

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  47. my favorite childhood books were nancy drew and the little colonel.

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  48. The entire Nancy Drew series were read over and over.

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  49. I also follow via email ... I've followed you for several years. You were one of the first I followed. lol Love what you do!!

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  50. Okay, when I was real little, like 3 or 4, I loved "The Saggy Baggy Elephant." I recently found a copy at a thrift store and bought it just to have. When I got older, I loved "A Wrinkle in Time" by Madeleine L'Engle.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandy A

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  51. My favorite childhood book was The Monster at The End of This Book. It's still my favorite book to read to my granddaughters.

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  52. I loved Nancy Drew and Hardy boys books. Loved to read them 'under the covers" at night. This is a fabulous fabric collection. love the motifs.

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  53. My favorite childhood book was Grimm's Fairy Tales. I had a big book and read it almost daily. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  54. I am following on bloglovin. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  55. The Bobbsey Twins, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys were some of my favorites. Loved mysteries.

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  56. I follow on bloglovin' and newsletter.

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  57. I loved the Nancy Drew series. And, to this day, I still love to read mysteries.

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  58. I follow you on Bloglovin and I receive your newsletter.

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  59. I am a big reader, so picking just one is tough! Watership Down. A little masterpiece called The Satanic Mill - yes, about a boy who learns the black arts and how to mill grain in 17th century Germany. It's still a favourite. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  60. I follow you on IG. (annsim64) annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  61. I loved the Trixie Belden books. Mcglen8 at gmail dot com

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  62. I'm sure it's quite politically incorrect, but I remember my Grandma reading me Little Black Sambo as a child and I loved it.

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  63. I follow via Bloglovin'. mcglen8 at gmail dot com

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  64. FOLLOW ON FB
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  65. LOVED THE "LITTLE HOUSE" BOOKS! THANKS YOU FOR SHARING!
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  66. I loved Doctor Doolittle.
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  67. I follow on Instagram.
    Designersmed(at)Gmail(dot)com

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  68. My favorite childhood books were the Madeleine books. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. My favorite book was Charlotte's Web. (So many life lessons!) I just signed up for your newsletter. Wish I'd known you had one! Love the fabric and I'd love to use it for my new-to-be grand!

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  70. Wow..you just got the fabric last week? That's amazing. Your quilt turned out great! My favorite childhood story I see was someone else's as well: The Secret Garden...just loved that book. I have reread it many times...it never gets old to me.
    Happy Holidays to you as well!

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  71. Wow, I was a voracious reader, so many books come to mind! I will say Anne of Green Gables, it is such an intelligent book and I loved reading about Anne's adventures.

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  72. boxcar children

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  73. I loved the 'Little Golden Books' when I was younger and then 'Nancy Drew' and the 'Trixie Belden' books. Follow your email and blog. Thanks for the chance!

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  74. My favourite childhood book has got to be Winnie the Pooh

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  75. The Owl and the Pussycat is the one I remember. I follow your newsletter. mtntop2@netptc.net

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  76. Nancy Drew & Trixie Belden!!! :D But also loved Little House on the Prairie & the Boxcar children!! But my alllll time LOOOOVE is still, Anne of Green Gables!!

    Thank you for the chance to win this AWESOME Bundle!! Love it!! (& would HAVE to make larger Snuggly!! Gorgeous & looks sooo Snuggly!! Thank you for sharing how to make!! )

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  77. My favorite books were the Childcraft set we had back in the 50's. I loved the stories and the illustrations captivated me. Getting lost in these was magic for me, before I discovered the school library when I was older. Then the blue-covered biographies and Nancy Drew mysteries kept me checking out books.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  78. I follow you on instagram @5goobers.

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  79. I loved Nancy Drew when I was growing up! She was so independent and drove a roadster...wow....now looking back the stories were so silky but I still like them! LOL mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. Nancy Drew. Every last one of her books had me drawn to the sofa for hours. Miss those snow days where I could read a couple of them at a time!

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  81. I follow you via Bloglovin. Love the pattern you made for this quilt!

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  82. I follow you via e-mail.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  83. It is hard to pick one favorite but "Winnie the Pooh". I still read it! All the characters are so wonderful!

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  84. I follow your blog on Bloglovin;.

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  85. My favourite childhood story was "Mazsola és Tádé" (this is Hungarian, roughly "Raisin and Tadeus" in English) about a a friendship of a piglet and guinea pig. Even my kids love the stories.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  86. My favorite times were going camping with my family, the cook-outs, camp fires, marshmallows, I loved doing that.

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  87. My favourite book,one of many thousands I suspect as I have always been a bibliophile was snow white.
    Thank you for the giveaway Chris.

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  88. PS I follow you on bloglovin.
    Sue

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  89. I follow you through Bloglovin

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  90. I loved Alice in Wonderland. We had/have (need to find) an illustrated copy.

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  91. Your snuggle quilt looks so cozy and comfortable. I'd love to curl up with it! My favorite story is Wind in the Willows. I love the quirky characters, especially Mr. Toad. Thanks for the chance to win this fun fabric! pk_sews at yahoo dot com

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  92. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks again for all that you share! pk_sews at yahoo dot com

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  93. Adorable fabric and snuggle quilt! My favorite books were all the Little Women series.

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  94. My favorite book was Frances Hodgson Burnett's "The Secret Garden." The version that was illustrated by Tasha Tudor. It's still on my bookshelf, the dear friend.

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  95. And I follow you via Bloglovin.

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  96. Your quilt looks beautiful and snuggle, perfect for reading! Our family home was across the street from the public library and it I was a thrill to get a library card and even more exciting to discover that I could borrow 10 books at a time!!!! I loved so many books and had many favourites too!!

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  97. Lovely... Curl up with a good book...I was a Nancy Drew fan and read the entire series one summer

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  98. So cozy with that super soft backing! I love the colors in this line- those yellows!! I was (am) a huge Dr Seuss fan.

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  99. I follow you on instagram (@sarahbjasinski)

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  100. My favorite was Black Beauty.

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  101. My favorite book as a child was Katie No Pockets. I wanted to borrow it EVERY time we went to the library.

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  102. Oh my goodness, that was so long ago. I had so many books. my mom made sure all five us kids became avid readers. I really don't remember if I had a favorite childs books.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  103. I adored Babar. Funny thing is, my mom called him "Baabar", in a very Iowan accent. Quite endearing.

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  104. I follow you via email, using my "wordygirl at earthlink dot net" address.

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  105. I follow both on bloglovin and Instagram.

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  106. The Giant Jam Sandwich was my favourite!

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  107. My favorite childhood storybooks were anything by Richard Scarry. My siblings and I loved looking at the illustrations and trying to find Lowly Worm.

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  108. I loved Pagoo by Holling C. Holling this book s about the life of a hermit crab ��!!!

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  109. Oh! I follow your newsletter by email !

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  110. My favorite childhood story books were the Nancy Drew books. I read all of them.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  111. I'm a bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender. Love your quilt!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  112. I really can't remember that far back but my children loved Frog and Toad books.

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  113. What a lovely little quilt you made! My favourite book was The Wizard of Oz. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  114. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  115. I read so much as a child, but because my name is Charlotte, I loved Charlotte's Web. I always felt that I was right there in the barn yard with the talking animals.

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  116. I loved the Peter Rabbit stories by Beatrix Potter when I was little.

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  117. My favourite childhood story was Black Beauty.

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  118. I loved reading the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Thanks for the giveaway. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  119. The Little House on the Prarie books were my favorite. That's when I first New I wanted to quilt.

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  120. I loved reading Thornton Burgess as a child

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  121. Our family favorite book is The Pokey Little Puppy.

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  122. I read constantly and had many favorites that I reread frequently- Bobbsey twins, Nancy Drew, Heidi, Swiss Family Robinson.........so many great memories!

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  123. I follow you on Bloglovin and receive your emails

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  124. The Little House on the Prairie Books were some of my favorite.

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  125. My favourite book was and still is Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. x

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  126. I follow you via bloglovin. Thanks for the opportunity to win this beautiful bundle!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  127. I used to love the Bobbsey (sp?) Twins books. I still have the very old books and I read them to my two daughters as we were waiting for the school bus. It was their encouragement to be ready in enough time to hear some of the stories.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  128. I loved the Nancy Drew mystery books. I still like mystery novels.

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  129. Ooooh... loved Pippi Longstocking. The colours in the Curious Dream fabric, happy, cheery, bright.. just like Pippi. Alison. tgo29395@bigpond.net.au

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  130. 5 Little Monkeys is my favorite book from childhood!

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  131. I loved "not now Bernard" 😊

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  132. I follow you on bloglovin" mara capron

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  133. My favourite childhood book was Little Women.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  134. I follow you by email.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  135. Definitely Pippi Longstocking!

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  136. Loved Charlotte's Web as a child but my kids loved the George and Martha series by James Marshall. Who wouldn't love those two hippos! akronne17@gmail.com

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  137. Such a sweet quilt! It looks lovely and soft! My favourite book was Heidi :)

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  138. I follow you through Bloglovin and on IG

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  139. Lovely quilt and
    delightful material.
    I like reading the
    Nancy Drew books.
    Carla from Utah

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  140. Some of my favorite books are Anne of Green Gables, Nancy Drew, and The Narnia Series.

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  141. "Where the Wild Things Are" was read over and over. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  142. I follow via blog lovin
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  143. My favourite character is Peter rabbit
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  144. Black Beauty or just about any other horse book judiduncan0@gmail.com

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  145. My favorite childhood storybook is Heidi. I named my oldest daughter Heidi!b.mccoy53@hotmail.com

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  146. My favorite book was Stuart Little, I read it hundreds of times!
    Eileen ekmvalencia@gmail.com

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  147. my favorite childhood book is from reading with my children, and now their children. Freight Train
    thanks for the chance
    Merry Christmas
    barefoot. thunder @ gmail.com

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  148. signed up for your newsletter, love your little quilt. curious to see more of what you do. thanks again.

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  149. I loved to read Nancy Drew stories.
    Love the tote bag you made from the beautiful fabrics.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  150. Anything by Dr Suisse!
    Your quilt is so cute!!

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  151. I follow you on Instagram, Facebook and bloglovin!

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  152. Bambi (Disney version) was my favorite children's book. My father used to read it to us at night. I still remember it.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  153. I follow your blog via Bloglovin and I receive your newsletter.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  154. James and the Giant Peach (I still love Roald Dahl) mcsdces19(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. Would have to be the Charlie Brown books. Kerry-ryan (at) att (dot) net

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  156. I always loved the Beverly Cleary books when I was young. Ramona. :) Makes me smile thinking about them. I should go back and read them again, it has been ages.

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  157. The Wizard of Earthsea series when I was a bit older. Harry the Dirty Dog was a favourite when I was really young.

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  158. What a great fabric line. I've always been partial to The Pokey Little Puppy little golden book. My grandmother had this book and I always wanted to read it.

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  159. "Heidi" was definitely my favourite book when I was growing up! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  160. Favorite book was Charlotte's Web. Thanks for the chance

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  161. Thank you for the chance to win! My favorite childrens book was Monkey. A story about a doll (named monkey) being separated from the child she belongs to and is found by a kind older man that nurtures her. I found the search of the man for the child very catchy as a child, also possibly because I felt quite attached to my own doll.
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  162. As a child - well a 10 years old child - I loved reading Little Women. The descrption of the girls and how they inteacted gave me the notion that the March Family was perfect, ideal family.

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