Thursday, November 21, 2013

Quilter's Blog Hop Party/Giveaway Starts Today! CLOSED!


Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways
(Hop on over, click on the pic, to see what else is up for grabs!)

I just saw all the posts for this and realized I never got a heads up. So here I am rushing to add my giveaway.

I actually have 2. they are both flat rate boxes, one is stuffed with flannel scraps from making Pjs so there are some big pieces. The other is stuffed with random stuff from projects. I have decided to keep less clutter so the 2nd box has left over scraps, misc. bobbins, ribbon and other tid-bits.

US only! Sorry.

Please leave a comment on that you would make with the flannel scraps/what you are hoping to find in the Misc. Box.

Thanks for stopping by!

Rose Name

84 comments:

  1. I would love to have a mystery box full of random stuff :) Any piece of fabric for me is a treasure and it will go in one of my many paper-piecing projects!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  2. Rag quilts with the flannel and scrappy quilts with the other box. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Hi Rebeckah.....I would love to see what is in that miscellaneous box.....would love to see what kind of goodies I could dream up....some ornaments maybe? pot holders? tote bags? thanks for a chance to win. I follow you.

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  4. I haven't done much with flannel except making bibs and burp pads but I am game for anything. The grab box would be great to. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  5. OOOO I would love to make some felt ornaments or add a touch of felt applique to a winter wall quilt!
    I'd hope for some shiny thread in the misc box. :)

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    1. Flannel...LOL! I ALWAYS do that...derp.

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    2. OOo wait! I'm making mittens from a felted sweater...flannel is an EXCELLENT lining material!

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  6. I love sewing with flannel. If the scrap is large enough, I use it for rag quilts.If it is not big enough, I use it in string quilts. Thank you for sharing with us! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Love flannels for baby quilts and it does play with cottons so can be mixed for great texture.

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  8. I would love to make some doll quilts with the flannel!

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  9. Always love a freebie. Anytime! Thanks.
    Rae

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  10. Flannel could be pieced into a super soft throw. For the other box I'm happy with any pieces of fabric. Thanks for the giveaway. I've added it to my weekly link up.

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  11. I have a fun kiddo slipper pattern perfect for flannel scraps. And trim and other scrap bits are perfect for crafts with my daughter

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  12. I would love the mystery box of scraps. Living in Florida we don't really sew much with flannel. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. The flannels would be great for rag quilts. I would really love the scrap box.....can always use more scraps!! Mug rugs, mini quilts, needle books, pin cushions.... I
    can see too much fun with this!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!!!

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  14. Oh I love random stuff! I hope I find cute ribbon and buttons inside!

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  15. Surprises! I'd love either one...so exciting!

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  16. I did a major cleaning out of flannel several years ago and made 20 crib strip quilts that I donated to our hospital. It was a very satisfying project. Now I have several granddaughters who are learning to sew and I would like to make flannel quilts again. Thanks.

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  17. faux chenille from flannel is my new addiction!

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  18. Mystery boxes are awesome! The flannel will make an awesome scrappy flannel quilt.

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  19. I would make a cozy bed runner out of the flannel and II am hoping to find some beads, embroidery floss, sequins to go with those bobbins, ribbons in the mystery box.

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  20. i would use the flannel for a backing for a little girls quilt at church who has cancer. i would love to find in the mystery box, rulers. i only have one and it is broken. thanks for a great giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  21. I would love the mystery box. I love scraps of all colors to put together to make lil projects as quick gifts for anyone that I know. People that help me out, my sisters, my daughters little friends and or girlfriends. I also love to get my hand son breast cancer awareness fabrics I use those to make mug rugs that I give to breast care centers and departments at hospitals and I have also recently delivered some to a breast surgeons office for the staff. For all that these people do to help fight the war on Breast Cancer. I also love to find little buttons and trims that I can use on quick projects Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  22. I love scrappy quilts, so I'd made a donation quilt for my quilting group, we need 35 more to finish our current project. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. I would make a fun flannel quilt or patchwork pjs for my little girl! And I'd love all sorts of random things for the random misc box. :)

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  24. I would make pillow covers with the flannel or use any other fabric scraps for paper piecing or EPP

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  25. Always happy to make something like a doll blanket or even a baby blanket w/ the flannel. And always happy to get any kind and size of cottons for scrap quilts. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  26. I would love to have a mystery box and flannel would try a rag quilt

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  27. I would try a rag quilt with flannel and I love a mystery

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  28. Rebecah, I would add the fabric scraps to my charm quilt. Not the flannel ones though. Thanks for the chance.

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  29. I think the flannel would be fun to make some snuggly quilts for my two kiddos. The other would just be fun for good surprise. I love surprises. Thanks for the chance to win something.

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  30. It would be nice to find some shabby chic fabrics in the mystery box.

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  31. I would like to make a baby quilt from the flannel scraps.

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  32. I would love to see some scraps of western material in the mystery box.

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  33. I've been trying to reduce my flannel collection, so, I'd love to have the misc. bag. Hoping it might contain marking tape for quilt rulers. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  34. I have been desperately looking for scrap packs to buy! I"m a paper piecer. Scraps rule!!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  35. some patchwork pillowcases is what I would use them for! I love to use pillowcases as holiday gift wrapping :) thanks!

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  36. I'm making baby quilts in hope that one day I'll have grandchildren, or my nieces or nephews will have little ones. The flannel would go into those projects, or the scrap box would be fun, too. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  37. I would use the flannel for a scrappy rag quilt, so snuggly. Of course I love a grab bag type of box, maybe include a zipper, rick rack or other types of trims.

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  38. I would add the flannel to my box of flannel scraps for a scrappy baby quilt I have planned. The grab box...I would hope to see scraps of fabrics for my tumbler quilt, threads, a zipper or buttons....surprises are fun! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  39. Oh girl, I would love those flannel scraps to make ME a snuggle quilt. :)

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  40. What a fun giveaway! Thank you so much. I always love a mystery box. It would be fascinating to go through it and see what is inside--maybe some pearl cotton thread? And the flannel is great to use in baby quilts and rag quilts.

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  41. Without seeing what it looks like, I would say right now I would use it in a scrappy baby quilt.

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  42. I'd be happy with either. I've been making scrap quilts from the flannel pj's I make for years and could use some different pieces! Thanks for hosting. pbstrand@msn.com

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  43. I have a box with flannel scraps and with a few more I'll have enough to make a warm quilt for a child. Mystery boxes ----I love them. I wonder if it has a a unique ruler, a single block, thread, ugly fabric, or maybe a pot holder? Fun! Fun!

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  44. I would love to add the the scraps to my collection--its a constantly changing thing that comes up new ideas constantly

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  45. Depends how much flannel... I might patchwork all the scraps and make PJ bottoms. Thanks. I am a new quilter from Oklahoma, USA. I am here for the party. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  46. I am working on a flannel patchwork - my husband loves the soft fabric. And the mystery box? That is always fuN!

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  47. I don't use flannel very much so I'd be hoping for the random box filled with lots of scraps from your projects....any Bonnie and Camille fabrics in there??? LOL! Thanks for the chance.

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  48. I'd make rice bags with the flannel.

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  49. the flannel would be nice with applique or a raggy quilt, and I love mystery boxes-always looking for fun buttons, ribbons, fabrics etc.
    thanks for the chance
    Kathyinozarks

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  50. My wife and I really love making Rag Quilts and love Flannel. We have made traditional and then some very interesting ones with applique and funky cut blocks.

    Richard Healey

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  51. The flannel will go for piecing a quilt. As for the random box, it would be like Christmas. Not knowing until opened is the most fun. Surprise! thanks for the chance.

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  52. Either box would be great! I am a scrap quilter, so nothing makes me happier than a bunch of someone else's scraps!

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  53. A mystery box sounds very exciting! I love making scrap quilts, and scraps from another quilter really seems to perk up my creations!

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  54. Oh, this sounds like fun. Flannel scraps would go right into a crib quilt. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

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  55. A mystery box sounds like fun. I wouldmake mug rugs with any scraps and would hope to find some trim pieces or ric rak to make baby taggie blankets.

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  56. Ooooooh! Mystery boxes rock! The flannel would be perfect for a scrappy winter quilt and I'd love to see lots of scraps in the other box.

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  57. You made me smile.... I'd make a rag quilt for some little tyke and I'm hoping when I open the mystery box it will have a few buttons.

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  58. Both boxes sound exciting. Flannel scraps would make a great rag quilt and the mystery box would be so much fun....who doesn't like a good mystery. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  59. I would love to make a flannel quilt for the car!

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  60. Would love the flannel box. They are fun to sew with.

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  61. I would love to win the flannel box as I want to make a quilt with flannel on the back of the blocks in a QAYG style! Thanks!

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  62. I make baby quilts for gifts with flannels...I LOVE flannels, good flannels!

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  63. in a scrap quilt. thanks for the chance to win

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  64. All the scraps would go into scrap quilts to donate. Thanks for the chance.

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  65. Scrap blanket for the kids with the flannel - as to the box of goodies: ric rac, pellon peices, maybe a water soluable marker and fabric :-)

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  66. I'd make pajama pants for my kids! Thanks for the chance!

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  67. I'm one who loves to buy scrap bundles and working with scraps so your flannels would join mine for pieced backings for Project Linus quilts. I recently sorted through my own "mystery" notions and other goodies I had stored here and there so yours would have a good home with me! Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  68. I would like to make pajamas for the kids' dolls and stuffed animals.

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  69. Hi Rebeckha... I love working with flannel and have been itching to make a shawl to wrap around my neck and shoulders while stitching. Seems my neck always gets cold.... A flannel shawl would be just the solution. Thanks for the giveaway! Karen

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  70. I would make ornaments or something for the Tea lovers in my life. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

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  71. I've been wanting to make a scrap quilt but as a beginning quilter, I don't have enough scraps!!
    dana.cargill@gmail.com

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  72. Flannel would be rag quilts. The other would be added to scrappy quilts, etc.

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  73. I haven't done much with flannel as I've just recently purchased my first several yards but I am game for anything. The grab box would be great to because I just love scrappy quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  74. A Mystery Box sounds fun...I'm ready for a surprise or two.

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  75. I might make a doll blanket for my kiddo so her and her babies will be warm. I just love mystery boxes its just fun looking through everything and its like Christmas!

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  76. I would use the flannel for a quilt back on a Bonnie Hunter quilt. The mystery box would be great! I am starting a Harry Potter book shelf quilt and need lots of "book binding".

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  77. I just discovered how much I like scrappy quilts, so if I got the "mystery" box I'm sure there are scrap I could use. I have not done much with flannel, but getting your scraps would be a starter for me. (I love flannel jammies!)

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  78. I love selvages! Haven't done a scrappy quilt, yet, so I hope for lots of fun scraps! mrscwatson81@hotmail.com

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  79. I'd love to make a nice, warm quilt with flannel. I love surprises and the mystery box would be fun if filled with scraps.

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  80. I Would Love A Mystery Box. Thank You For A Chance.

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