Wednesday, August 31, 2011

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1...Go!

Can you guess what that countdown is for? Accuquilt has given me the Go! ahead to start a giveaway for an Accuquilt Go! Baby and 3 dies of your choice. I know that you might have seen this coming or heard about it, but I hope you are still as excited as I am about this giveaway!

To sweeten the pot and to celebrate my Crangles quilt I will be giving away some charm pack of Me and My Sister fabric! This will go to the 2nd number drawn.

Here's how it's going to work...

You MUST be a follower thru GFC.
You Must leave me a way to email you, if you are a no-reply blogger just leave me your email address with your post.

There are 2 ways to enter this giveaway
1. Tell me your favorite holiday and what kind of project you would like to do for it (this is a dream project, it doesn't have to be real although it can be)
2. Go to Accuquilts web page and tell me what pattern you would like to make. And while your there make sure you sign up for the 22 free patterns. I found the perfect pattern in the set of 22 to use my Aqua Red fabric with.

There you have it 2 ways to enter!

As usual if you would be so kind as to tweet, facebook or blog this I would be very grateful (even though its not for a third chance it would still be great if you did).

This giveaway will run thru Tuesday, September 6th at 10 p.m.CST, right after Talkin' Tuesday on Twitter. And then Mr Random Number will pick a winner!

And if you really want to win an Accuquilt Go! Baby here's some other blogs that are giving away one: If you know of a giveaway for a Go! Baby please let me know via email.

The Learning Curve, ends September 1st
Sew Sweetness, Ends September 6th

Till next time,
Sha :)

204 comments:

  1. Wow I'm your first comment. I would love to make a 4th of July quilt using liberty of london fabric

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  2. I signed up and I have been trying to win on of these for months. I really would love to make a tumbler quilt.

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  3. Definatly Halloween! I'd love to make lots of different decorations for my house. Door panels, hanging spiders and ghost, pumpkins, bats, etc.

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  4. I don't know if I could choose a favorite holiday, but it'd be somewhere in between October and April! I'd love to have a quilt for each holiday, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's, Easter!!

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  5. My husband wants me to make a drunkard's path and having the Go! would help tremendously!

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  6. I've always wanted to make a Double Wedding Ring quilt. All of the tiny parts kinda makes me hesitant to starting one.

    (Hubby took my phone and I couldn't reply using my acct because blogger is being testy again on my laptop.)

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  7. Love the GO! Funky pattern on their website. I am signed up to receive their patterns.

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  8. Christmas is my favorite holiday and my dream project would be to make a stained glass looking quilt of the nativity scene. maybe someday...

    Thanks for sharing. I will tweet about your giveaway to get the word out.

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  9. My three dies would be Go birds, branches and the churn dash (to make owls) yep there is a theme. LOL

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  10. My favorite holiday is Christmas and I'd love to make everyone in my family a beautiful tree skirt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  11. Halloween is my favorite Holiday. I like to make fabric pumpkins, and Halloween themed quilts to drape all over the house.

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  12. I am loving the Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt. That hexagon die sure would make it a breeze to cut out all the shapes I need for it. Hmm, I wonder how a spooky ghostly Grandmother's Garden would look....

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  13. I love Halloween!! I would love to make quilts to cover all the beds and wallhangings. Lets throw in Halloween candy baskets for the grand kids too!

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  14. I love Halloween and would make a table runner, a couple mug rugs and a dish rug. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  15. I love the Give a Hoot Owl Pillow pattern! I'm a follower and thanks for the great giveaway!

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  16. I love the GO! Kiss me Quick bed quilt pattern. So fun. I have been trying to win a GO! Baby for months now. Hopefully today is my lucky day.

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  17. My favorite holiday is Sweetest Day. Although it's not a holiday celebrated by taking a day off work, it's a day that I love to go out with my husband (and little boy too now.) I really don't know what type of project I could make for this day besides a quilt with hearts on it. A GO! Baby would definitely help me cut some hearts! Thanks for the chance to win one.

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  18. Christmas is the best holiday, with all the things you can make. I would make a blanket for each of my kids in Christmas themes, they would love it. For myself I would love to do the Tumbler quilt, it looks fantastic. From an Aussie admirer.
    randelljoanne80@yahoo.com.au

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  19. I looked at your quilts you have done this year. I loved your purple quilt and I am sure your Mother in law loved it too. My favorite holiday would be Thanksgiving. It is not such a rush holiday and we take time to reflect at all our blessings. The pattern would be the Sunbonnet Sue and Sunbonnet Sam. Thankyou for the entry. I am not sure what you mean by GFC? suzieq57@sympatico.ca

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  20. Christmas and I am going to make a tree skirt for real!!

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  21. My favorite holiday is Christmas, and I am dreaming of making quilted advent calendars for the kids!

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  22. I like the snowflake and the feathers patterns:)

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  23. I would like to try the Stretched Stars pattern first, then Lava Lamps, then ... ;)

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  24. I follow you :) My favorite holiday is Christmas, to celebrate the birth of Jesus. I plan on making lots of Christmas stockings for our returning wounded troups this year because I live near Travis Air Force base and want to thank the troops for their service to our country.

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  25. I plan on making the gorgrous drunkard's path pattern, now that I finally have both of the drunkard's path dies. I just love that die because of the notch that helps you line up the two pieces without having to pin. I love all of accuquilt's products and would love to win a GO! baby to take to school to use during my few minutes of free time. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  26. I love Valentine time and will make the heart quilt. I would love to win a baby GO!
    Thanks so much for giving us the opportunity to win. veerle@wsnet.co.za

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  27. I would have to say Halloween. I would love to do a halloween quilt with lots of leaves, pumpkins etc. in batik fabrics. I would love an Accuquilt as they have some wonderful dyes that would make that easier, especially their new Halloween dyes.
    email:toadallyquilts@yahoo.com

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  28. I'm a follower and I would LOVE to do a Dresden block. I have yet to be so brave!

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  29. I'm doing this so out of order but I figure I get two entries as long as I answer all the questions, right? I like the Sampler Pattern on the website, my favorite holiday is Christmas, and my ultimate project would be a gorgeous queen sized bed quilt for my bed with drop that would cover the sides.

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  30. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving - all that great food without the pressure of Christmas presents :) But I do still love Christmas time and I'm looking forward to making some Christmas tree projects. Thanks!!

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  31. I really like the Strip Pizzazz quilt - very modern, almost Cherri House looking!

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  32. I'd have to say that Christmas is my favorite holiday. And I'd love to do some Christmas lap quilts for my 3 grown kids (and their families). I think I'd have to start in January of next year to make sure all three were done in time! Ha!

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  33. Love the Drunkard's Flower Path quilt pattern! Lovely!

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  34. I'm a happy follower.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  35. I'm really, really, really wanting to make the GO! Sparkles Christmas Tree Skirt as well as a GO! Sparkles Christmas Tree wallhanging. Just seems like projects to have completed in time for Christmas.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  36. You've hit the big time, Sha, congratulations! :) I'm definitely a GFC follower - love seeing what you're doing next! :)

    I suppose my favorite holidays are all the patriotic ones - Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, and so forth. One of these days I plan to make fabric pennants from patriotic fabric for all the holidays to string across the beams that run across our living room and dining room - just have to gather all the right fabrics!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. I love this pattern:

    http://www.accuquilt.com/patterns/bed-quilts-1/studio-perfect-triangle-quilt-free.html

    I adore how it isn't square - but I can't see myself having the patience to actually bind a quilt like that! Eep!!!

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  38. Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love making decorations of all kinds, for the table, wall hangings, stockings, pillows. I haven't yet, but someday I want to make a quilt for my bed!

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  39. I forgot to leave my email.
    tdhud80@msn.com
    Thanks!

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  40. Favorite holiday? It's got to be Thanksgiving. It's just like Christmas, except you don't have to worry about presents. It's truly about spending time with loved ones and what could be better than that? For decorating, I always make leaf cookies to scatter on small plates and I make buntings with hand-turkeys. (You know, the turkeys from kindergarten that you made by tracing your hand?)

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  41. And, just cause you can't have too many quilt patterns, I'd want to make the Cabin Pop quilt. It would be such a great way to study colors and how they work together. :D

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  42. I love Halloween! What other night can a grown adult dress up in a costume and walk around and no one thinks you're insane :-D

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  43. I would love to make their storm at sea pattern - it is so amazing in all the different colours!

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  44. I love Thanksgiving. All the food without the hectic shopping.I would love to make a big stuffed Turkey. Not the kind you eat.

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  45. Halloween. I'd love to make a monster quilt for my bed.

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  46. Favorite holiday without a doubt is Christmas. I actually have 3 Christmas quilts sitting here waiting for me to get started. I'd love to "whip" them up this year.

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  47. christmas for sure but halloween comes in second. I would love to do a 12 days of christmas quilt hanging I have always loved that song and have several other things in my house that go along with the theme.

    thanks for hosting a cool give away

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  48. oh I would so want to do the go spot go.
    http://www.accuquilt.com/patterns/go-free-patterns/go-spot-go-quilt-free.html

    I saw that come through on one of their emails awhile ago and said that it would be so cool to do it. why you ask well I have a westie which is very simialar to the scottie but white. so of course westies rule!!!

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  49. My favourite holiday is Christmas and I'd love to make a fun quilt in Christmas fabrics to snuggle under with my daughter while watching all the old movies on tv over the holiday period :)
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway - I do so hope I'm lucky this time, lol!

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  50. I like the winter bliss and cactus flower patterns.

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  51. My favorite holiday is Christmas. I love the 12 Days of Christmas thing and would love to do a quilt.

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  53. Storm at Sea. I don't know whether I like the colors more or the pattern but I think it would be a very cute boy's quilt.

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  54. I love the Go! To Your Room Wall Hanging, or Go! Night Song. I would never tackle an applique project like thise without a die cutter. I'm just not that good at cutting fabric.

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  55. Christmas is my favorite holiday is Christmas. A tree skirt would be a good project. A dream project lol

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  56. I love the grandma flowoer garden quilt. So cute! Hard to pick just one though.

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  57. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I love all the time with family and of course the food. But I don't really have a quilt that I'd like to make for Thanksgiving. However, I do have a quilt bucket list that includes a Star of Bethlehem that would be perfect for my second favorite holiday, Christmas!

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  58. I am imagining the Chitter Chatter quilt done in batiks. I think that would really change the feel of it--much more sophisticated, I think. I'd love to have the chance to find out! Thanks for the giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  59. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I always use my mom's table cloths to set the table, and don't think I would change that, but it would be great to make an ornate, appliqued table runner with a bountiful Thanksgiving theme, don't you think?

    Thanks much for the giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  60. I love the Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern. So beautiful! :)

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  61. I guess my favorite holiday is either Halloween or Christmas. I will go with Christmas because I really want to make a tree skirt!

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  62. I love christmas...and I would love to make stockings for the family or a tree skirt...both would be fun. :) Maybe this will be the year...especially if I had help from a Go! Baby! LOL...Thanks for the giveaway...

    bianca@sweetdieseldesigns.com

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  63. For some reason...I am in l-o-v-e with the tumbler quilt and would love to make it for a girlfriend of mine who is pregnant with her first baby. {and I signed up for the free patterns...}

    I've been trying to win one of these for a while now...keeping my fingers crossed...thanks again for the giveaway...

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  64. I really like the Chisels to GO table runner pattern.

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  65. Hi! I am a follower and really enjoy reading your blog. It must be really excited to host a GO! Giveaway. my favorite holiday is Halloween. I would love to have ALL the Crab Apple Hill wall hangings done and hanging in my house. I have one started but only 6 panels done for Hocuspocusville.

    I want a GO! so bad. I really want to be become a traditional quilter, but learn new technieq for them. The 3 dies I would pick are Go! Hexies GO!Drunkard path and GO!bountiful baskets

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  66. I really want to finish the Christmas tree skirt that I started several years ago. I'm a new follower. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  67. I'd like to make a storm at sea.

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  68. Fall is my favorite time of the year and I would really like to 'finish' a table runner for fall.

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  69. I'm sold on using the baby GO! to die cut hexagons. My fave is the lovely Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern. If am so fortunate as to win, the hexagon die set is on my list of the three sets I want. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  70. My favorite holiday is Christmas. A lovely quilted dining room table runner would be a dream project, especially in all the wonderful colors of Flurry. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  71. My favorite holiday? I have to say it's Thanksgiving. However, I don't do much in the way of making things for holidays. Seasons is a different matter. I do like Fall; so, I wouldn't mind making a fall quilt someday. :-D

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  72. I like the Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt! I've been hankering to do a hexie quilt and this would fit the bill!

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  73. My favorite Holiday, I guess to me it is Halloween even through it isn't a actual holiday. But that to me is the start of all the wonderful holidays that bring families together to make memories. My holiday project would be to make quilts for each holiday....

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  74. chitter chatter would be my favorite pattern.

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  75. my favorite holiday is christmas!! My dream project is to do a tablerunner for my table!

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  76. My favorite holiday is Christmas and I dream of making an advent pocket garland

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  77. I like the circle gets the square quilt pattern

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  78. I love Christmas and I always make a quilt each year to mark it!

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  79. I love the accuquilt circle and square pattern

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  80. Christmas, I think. I'd love to make a big cozy quilt to cuddle under with my love.

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  81. my favorite pattern is holiday melody!

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  82. My best holiday is yet to come. It will be when I can visit California one day and take a baby quilt for my grandson and his wife- waiting and hoping! :)

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  83. My fav. Pattern is drunkards path as there are many variations. :)

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  84. My fav is Christmas and I am making stockings this year!

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  85. Christmas! And I would like to make some kind of wall decoration for that season.

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  86. I like the pattern drunkards path.

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  87. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I'd love to make table toppers to give to my hosts - my sisters, my aunt & my friends, depending on the year! lol

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  88. And when I get my Go!, I think the first quilt will be a Tumbler. :D

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  89. I love to create Christmas projects, but haven't had the time or energy the past few Christmases to do much. I'd love to make a fancy tree skirt, and elaborate wall hanging. I don't know where I'd find the time though! LOL!

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  90. I went to the accuquilt page and looked around. How do you choose something from all that wonderful stuff?! But, I do like the Fall Frolic Skinny Pattern. It looks fun and easy enough, even for me. :)

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  91. Honestly, my favorite holiday is whichever one is coming up at the time. The next holiday coming up (in my world, at least) is our anniversary. And the 2nd anniversary just happens to be cotton. :D :D

    After that comes Halloween. I have a spooky wall hanging that I've begun & hope to have finished in a couple weeks. :)

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  92. I want to make a Christmas tree using yo yo's. I found the pattern on free quilting patterns.com?? I think is the name. So cute. A go baby and the round die would make this project so much easier...well I think so lol.

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  93. Christmas is my favorite holiday. I would like to make an awesome tree skirt.

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  94. I would like to make a hexagon quilt, but larger than the one they have on the site.

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  95. My favorite has always been Christmas. I love seeing family members for extended periods of time that I wouldn't otherwise. This year, I plan to make stockings for my family, and hopefully make some themed lap quilts for kids in the family.

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  96. So many patterns to choose from! I love the Euroshams, dresdens and hexies. :o)

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  97. my favorite holiday is the fourth of july ... i have a pattern from all peoples quilt,
    'Patriotic Folk Art Quilt' i have cut into a kit to sew next spring so it'll be ready in time for the fourth, a major event here in beautiful downtown seward, alaska.

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  98. i hope it counts ... i'm cutting accuquilts free pattern 'chitter chatter' right now to kit it up to sew later. i have the birds, butterflies, and flowers all cut, and the circles are stacking up now. this is true labor without the go! baby and the dies, but i really like the pattern!
    the 22 patterns are already tucked away in my 'puter's quilt folder for future use.

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  99. I am so excited!!! I have been trying for so long to win one of these, and I hope that this is the lucky one :)

    Usually, my favorite holiday is Christmas, but this year, my favorite will be New Year's. My brother is getting married, and I am finally getting the sister I have spent years asking for (when I was 8, I asked my mom for a sister for my brithday. I even asked 9 months in advance!). I would make them a wedding quilt. This accuquilt would make it a lot easier

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  100. I really like the a little bubbly quilt :)

    amy.m.reynolds7492@gmail.com

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  101. I don't know about a favorite holiday but I love the reason for Christmas and the spirit it brings out in people. I would love to do some charity quilts in that spirit. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  102. I love the Star quilt by Alex Anderson on Accuquilt's site.

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  103. My favorite holiday is Christmas and I would love to be able to make lap quilts (to go with the crocheted hats I make) for the children in my city that need them.

    P.S. Sha thanks so much for being the first to join me via Google Friend Connect.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
    cgreenleaf2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  104. The Go! Spot Go! Quilt is on wish list as the first GO! quilt I would like to make someday.

    Crossing my fingers!

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  105. My favorite holiday is VAlentine's day. It would be neat to make a heart quilt in reds. :)

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  106. I'd choose the tumbler, drunkard's path and apple core dies. :)

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  107. I am a follower! I would love to make a tumbler quilt for Christmas in January! That's when I get to spend it with my family!

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  108. Christmas is my favorite holiday. And I've already started a quilt to celebrate Christmas - it has a Christmas tree made with yo-yos. Having the GO! with circles would have made life easier.

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  109. My favorite holiday is Christmas. I would love to do a quilt with a Chirstmas theme applique on top. with snowmen and Santa and elves and lots of pressents not to mentions snowflakes scattered everywhere.

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  110. Woh, I think I just found my dream Christmas quilt on the free patterns section. The Winter Bliss pattern would be an excellent starting point.

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  111. i'm not sure that i have a favorite holiday - maybe something to welcome spring that has a lot of bold flower prints and fun dots and bright colors. a star pattern with lots of echo quilting in colored threads!

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  112. my favorite pattern these days is "perfect triangle to go" - i saw a quilt that used equilateral triangles and awesome red/purple/orange fabrics and have been thinking about trying one like that.

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  113. Of course I'm a happy follower! Love your blog (and you!).

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  114. My favorite holiday is Christmas and I'd love to make a quilted tree skirt one of these days.

    The pattern that I really, really like from their website is called Strip Pizzas. Wonderful giveaway! Crossing fingers. :)

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  115. Oh my! Grandmother's Flower Garden to Go! Who knew?!! I'd love to try this free AccuQuilt pattern using my new Baby Go! Cutter :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  116. My dream project would be a hand sewn hexagon quilt!

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  117. My favorite holiday would be the 4th of july and would pick the go spot go pattern to use from their site!

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  118. My favorite holiday is Christmas. When everyone of my family is here. I would love to make everyone of my family a full size quilts. mlanelson33@yahoo.com

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  119. Of course, Christmas! I've been wanting to make an advent calendar for along time now - still looking for the perfect pattern!

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  120. I went to AccuQuilt and I would pick the Cubed Lattice it looks like a 3D Star. I am going to us it to make a block project for Valor of Quilt. I am already sign up to get there newsletter. mlanelson33@yahoo.com

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  121. I might want to try a lava lamp quilt. By the way, how do I know if I am following through GFC? I'm following through my dashboard on my own blog. Is that the same thing? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  122. WoW, a baby Go! How exciting! I really like the Funky Go! Pattern...it made me smile. Thanks for the chance! Smiles~Beth

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  123. I really love CHristmas due to all of our family traditions. We have a big extended family and still manage to get everyone together on Christmas Eve. I would love to make everyone (aunts, uncles, cousins included) a stocking (that would be 52 stockings...yikes!!).
    Thanks for the chance at the baby go!
    SMiles~Beth

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  124. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I think I like it so much because it is all about family, relaxing and really good food! I am a sucker for turkey quilts! So my dream quilt for Thanksgiving has lots and lots of Turkey's!

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  125. There are so many cute patterns. But if I had to pick one I think I would have to pick Nana Squares Quilt!

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  126. I would make GO! Tumbling in r/w/b, but the drunkards path is great too.

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  127. My Favorite holiday would have to be Halloween, because I must have at least 4 quilt kits waiting for me to make them out of different Halloween fabrics. I like the smells of leaves being burned and large harvest moons, so it's that time of year.

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  128. My favourite holiday is Halloween, I just love the excuse to dress up. I would make some funky place mats for this occasion. I have blogged about it too, Thanks for the chance to dream.

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  129. The pattern i would love to make would be the Go! Fall Frolic Skinny Pattern.

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  130. I loves Christmas :) I loves to make decorating ornaments for christams :)

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  131. I signed up the newsletter :) I loves tumbler quilt pattern!

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  132. My favorite holiday is Christmas!! I can sew some Christmas mini quilt during this time.

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  133. I would like to make a Double Wedding Ring quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!!

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  134. I think the Strip Pizzazz quilt is super cool!

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  135. My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving! I think my dream project would be to have different bed quilts for every major holiday. A girl can dream, right?!

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  136. My favourite holiday i Halloween although it´s not celebrated much here in Germany.
    I´d love to make a halloweenquilt...

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  137. And I like the strip pizzaz quilt, too!

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  138. My favourite holiday is Christmas. I would love to make a Christmas tree skirt/santa sacks/table runner, you name it, I want it! (I've been planning to make a table runner for about 3.5 years!)

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  139. Of the Accuquilt patterns, I would LOVE to make the GO! Winter Bliss quilt. Absolutely!
    traceyrampling (a) gmail.com

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  140. I love a holiday, because it is time to spend with the ones you love and cement those very important relationships. Thanks Sha. I think Id like to try my hand at using the tumblers and turn them into "fish" for my dad for Father's Day.
    Poppyinpink: weftandwarp (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  141. I love the GO! Four Star Pattern Table Runner Pattern!

    contact AT blossomheartblog.com

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  142. And my dream project... well, I WILL be making a hexie quilt soon, well, starting on the hexagons, but I would love to do Dresdens one day :)

    contact AT blossomheartblog.com

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  143. The GO! Sweet Nothings Quilt Pattern is calling my name..it's so fresh and doesn't look too complex. Thanks again Sha and I am on your list as a follower but Google isnt letting me sign on for some reason:) Poppyinpink : weftandwarp (at) hotmail (dot) com.

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  144. My ideal holiday would be one where there are no teenagers or dogs, just me and my friend Debbie sewing up a storm. I would like to make a huge mariners compass quilt during this holiday.

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  145. I would like to make a tumbling blocks quilt for my daughter

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  146. My favorite holiday is Christmas and I would love to make my family an advent calendar!

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  147. My favorite holiday is Christmas. I would love to make a Grinch quilt for my mom.

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  148. HALLOWEEN! I would love to make scary things...like hairy spiders, creepy bats, horrifying zombies, etc.

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  149. I would totally get the 2" square die because I love pixel quilts so the pattern that would fit my style is the contemporary cabin. I already signed up for their newsletter!

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  150. Halloween is the BEST! Would love to make a great Wall hanging with the hex....

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  152. #2- Christmas is my favorite and I would love to be able to do a hexi quilt in Christmas fabrics!
    compassionatequilter at rocket mail dot com

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  153. I am already signed up for the 22 free patterns, but I would love the Hexi die, the tumbler die and the baby set! Thank you!
    compassionate quilter at rocketmail dot com

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  154. i love christmas and i really would like to make a red and green flannel quilt for cuddling on the couch

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  155. i really like the seeing stars quilt for the go cutter. that would.make a cute wall hanging or baby quilt

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  156. I love Halloween...I wish it was a whole week and not just one day! I would love to make a fun and festive Halloween wall hanging. Someone more than a table runner or door decoration.

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  157. I would like to make the Go! Funky pattern. It looks like fun. Thanks for the giveaway chances.

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  158. I would like to make the Go Fall Frolic pattern because I am so ready for fall!

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  159. My favorite holiday is Christmas. Some year I want to make matching stockings.

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  160. My favorite holiday is Christmas. I'd like a Christmas quilt.

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  161. My favorite is GO! Quilter's Flag Pattern.

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  162. I would have to say Christmas but from Sept. 1 on, I love the start of the fall and all the upcoming holidays.

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  163. I would like to make a Christmas tree skirt and some wall hangings.

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  164. As I age, and the family grows in leaps and bounds, I'm finding the stress of Christmas has escalated because of the commercialism. That's why I'm beginning to like Thanksgiving better. I have always loved fall and the colors/scents of the season. I have on a backburner of my mind to make some large dresden plate 'chargers' in fall colors for our table. I also thinking of using Christmas colors on the reverse to get double the use out of them, but as of yet, Ihave not started that project. :)

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  165. I have always wanted a diamond quilt but am too intimidated to cut and sew them. With the GO cutter, that Diamonds to Go quilt would be a breeze (I think?) :)

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  166. Hi there,

    I don't particularly have a favourite holiday...but if push came to shove, then I would pick Valentines Day....and a project I'd make for it would be a Go! Heart table runner....Hugs Naomi

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  167. It's hard to choose between Thanksgiving and Christmas, but I'll choose Thanksgiving for the purposes of this giveaway. I would make a beautiful quilt in autumny colors, something I'm ready to do right now.

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  168. I like the Rose of Sharon runner, but there are others I like, too. I do wish that the patterns were in real fabrics, though.

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  169. Halloween, when else can you be whatever you want.
    No questions asked!

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  170. I would love to make go spot go!

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  171. My favorite holiday is definitely Christmas, I'd like to make stockings for me and my husband :)

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  172. In terms of usefulness I feel like I would want the 2.5" strips die, but I LOVE the Christmas applique dies!

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  173. My favorite holiday is Christmas and this year i would love to make a Christmas table runner as I don't have one. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  174. Feb 14! I would love to make a multicolor heart quilt this year,

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  175. My favorite holiday is Christmas. Every year I plan on making a tree skirt and this year is no different. I still have time right?

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  176. I have already signed up and received my free 22 patterns. I'd love to make the GO! Sampler Quilt. Beautiful blocks as well as some applique.

    Thanks for the chance to win this neat machine.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  177. Christmas is definitely my favorite holiday. And while it's my favorite because I love making things for others, my dream project would be the make an entire Christmas-themed bedroom ensemble. And, yes, I'm a happy follower. thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway!

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  178. For a more realistic project, I'd love to make the Heart Applique Skinny. Thanks again for the chance!

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  179. too many choices! baa baa baby quilt is awfully sweet in its simplicity, lovin that, Lori a loridawn222@gmail.com

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  180. if we're dreaming then i would make a cathedral windows quilt in easter fabrics. thanks for the chance to win! lori a loridawn222@gmail.com

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  181. I'm a beginner at quilting and I would love to try the Strips patterns that doesn't seem too difficult. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  182. I would love to win--I have been trying so hard to win for two years! My favorite holiday is really Easter--I love Spring and all that Spring and Easter brings! I would love to do a really neat Spring or Easter quilt or wallhanging for my daughter's new apartment!

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  183. I would love to use the pattern Funky Flower Quilt for my dughter--it would be a great wallhanging for her! I also liked the contemporary feel of the Ribbons wallhanging--she might like that one too! Thanks for the chance--it has been so long!

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  184. Favorite holdiay... thats a hard one!!! It would be halloween or Christmas. =) What would I make? Sheesh. I have NO clue. Probably a huge quilt and TONS of decorations. =)

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  185. I really cant decide on which die's I would want... Gonna have to panel the people and see... =)

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  186. I've already signed up for the patterns. I love the Funky pattern. The Storm at Sea pattern is pretty too.

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  187. Christmas is usually my favorite holiday but Thanksgiving is pretty close too. I'm planning on making my mom and aunt some festive table runners this year.

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  188. This is for Fishstitchin
    I would say Halloween
    I would make goodie bags an pillow cases

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  189. This is for Fiahinstitchin
    Tumbler quilt would be what I would make

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  190. Christmas is my favorite holiday and I would love to make a Judy Niemyer style quilt.

    Thanx for the chance.

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  191. My favorite holiday is Christmas. I love all the festivities that go on, the traditions, etc., especially since having kids. I made us all stockings last year, and one year I'd really love to decorate a tree entirely with ornaments that we've made.

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  192. It's a hard choice, but I really like the Go Wave pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  193. My favorite holiday is christmas and I would love to make our own stockings this year, I always say I will but this would be an ideal opportunity.

    thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com

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What do you think? I'd love to hear from you :)