samedi 25 août 2012

Faisons la fête! Let's party!

Il est temps pour la fête! 
It's time for the party!


 Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways


Mishka allons ajouter la liste des blogs participants sur le Quilting Gallery le dimanche (26.08.2012). La dernière fois, il y avait plus de 200 blogs intéressants à visiter! Cela veut dire beaucoup de chances de gagner quelque chose! Tous les Giveaways sera ouverte jusqu'au 3 septembre.
Mishka will add the list of participating blogs to the Quilting Gallery on Sunday (26th August). Last time there were more than 200 lovely blogs to visit! That's also plenty of chances to win something! All the Giveaways will be open until the 3rd September.

Qu'est-ce qu'il sera mon cadeau? Je suis heureuse d'envoyer un colis à n'importe quel pays dans le monde - donc tout le monde peut prendre part!
So, what will be my Giveaway? I'm happy to post the parcel to any country in the world - so please do join in!

Je vous propose cinq "fat quarters" du tissu patchwork de Lecien. Tous les motifs sont sur ​​un thème de couture. Je vais inclure trois longueurs de ruban fantaisie et un mètre à ruban (Sass and Belle).
I have five fat quarters of gorgeous Lecien fabric to offer - all on a sewing theme. I'll also include three lengths of novelty ribbon and a decorative tape measure from Sass and Belle.

  
Aujourd'hui, nous avons la chance d'avoir des blogs merveilleux à lire. Nous pouvons apprendre beaucoup et être inspirés par l'écriture du monde entier. Imaginez que les blogs sont disponibles tout au long de l'histoire. Pour avoir une chance de gagner dites-moi (dans n'importe quelle langue) - le blog de ​​qui  auriez vous aimé lire et pourquoi? Qu'est-ce que vous leur demandez?
Nowadays we are fortunate to have marvellous blogs to read. We can learn a great deal and be inspired by writing from all over the world. Imagine that blogs had always been around and, to have a chance of winning, tell me (in any language) whose blog you would have liked to read and why? What would you ask them? 

Il y a une deuxième chance pour membres de mon blog. Si vous êtes déjà membre, ou vous devenez membre, laissez un deuxième commentaire pour le dire. Je serai heureuse de vous avoir à bord!
Si vous êtes un blogger avec pas de réponse, vérifiez votre adresse e-mail dans votre commentaire. Vous pouvez le cacher
comme celui-ci : - boutschoisis arobase gmail point com.
There is a second entry for my blog followers. If you are already a follower, or become a follower, please leave a second comment to say so. I'll be very happy to have you on board!
If you are a "no-reply" blogger you will need to add your email address to your comments. You can disguise it like so: -  boutschoisis at gmail dot com. 

Bonne chance à tous! Profitez de faire le tour des blogs!
Good Luck everyone! Enjoy the blog tour!




 

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Татьяна a dit… #

Из России с любовью! Я очень рада познакомится с тобой и твоим блогом. Я теперь твой последователь. В России очень мало хороших тканей для печворка.Очень хочется выиграть такие замечательные подарки.

Béa a dit… #

Je suis déjà membre du blog :)

Béa a dit… #

Très jolis tissus, merci pour la chance , mais je n'ai pas vraiment d'idée pour la question. J'adore les blogs actuels de quilting pour apprendre et voyager :)

fenna a dit… #

that is very nice fabric--perfect to piece together for a sewing machine cover or the like!!!

Ginette a dit… #

I am a follower!

Ginette a dit… #

I think I would have liked to read a blog written by one of my great-grandmothers. I would just love to learn more about what they lived through and find out what their favorite past-times were and why. Thanks for the opportunity!

Karen a dit… #

I would have loved to know more about my grandmother. She lived during such a difficult time in Germany and I would ask her how she managed to keep her family going. Just the day to day things like what she cooked and how they found ways to celebrate the chidren's birthdays during the war would have been so interesting to know. She taught me to cross stitch when I was a little girl and stitching still makes me feel so close to her.

Karen a dit… #

I am you newest follower and I'm looking forward to getting you know you! Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway :)

Karen @ Sewmuch2luv.blogspot.com

Laura a dit… #

I would love to read a blog by my great great grandmother. She made some beautiful quilts and I would love to know more about her

Amys Crafty Shenanigans a dit… #

Thank you for your giveaway - that is yummy fabric!! I think I wuold have liked to read my granny's blog - she was a farmers wife and had no electricity until my dad was 3 (and there were 4 children before him and 2 after him) so I'm sure her stories of life on the farm woul dhave been interesting.

lynaeve a dit… #

Thanks for the chance! These are beautiful. I would read my grannies. She lives four hours away from me so I don't get to talk to her as often as I would like. I would ask her more about when she was younger.

Gene Black a dit… #

I would love to have read the blog of my Grandmother who had nine children and made many many quilts. Sadly she died before I learned to quilt. She left no memoirs because she could not read and could only write her name.

Diane a dit… #

I would like to have read a blog by Jane Stickle (of the Dear Jane quilt) and find out what she was thinking while she stitched that amazing quilt. Love your question!

Kelli a dit… #

So happy to find your blog. Love finding blogs to follow from all over the world. I am a new follower. :o) Nice to *meet* you. xo

Kelli a dit… #

I am with Diane, who commented above me, I would like to read the blog of Jane Stickle. So fascinating!

Cath a dit… #

I love your question. The reason I blog is so that hopefully future generations can find out what I was really about. I wish I could blog with my great-grandmothers and ask them if they had any specific sewing skills as I don't know anything about them. I also like to connect with like minded bloggers around the world so I am your 37th follower.

Cath a dit… #

ps. You can find me at Bits 'n Bobs

Mrs A a dit… #

Lovely give away! I guess we had diaries before blogs, but it is a great way to communicate with like minded people, I think Jane Austen would have been a fabulous blogger :) Enchante!

Tracey @ The Peony Teacup a dit… #

The fabrics are absolutely gorgeous :)

I would love to have been able to read the blogs of my family members who originally came to Australia (convict and free settler - would be an interesting contrast!).

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle a dit… #

Love the fabric!Thanks for the opportunity to win!
I enjoy SewWeQuilt.com and quiltingbydawn.blogspot.com

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle a dit… #

I am a new follower

Trish a dit… #

It would have been fun to read the blog of my ancestors who migrated from Russia to Canada.

Monica a dit… #

Wouldn't a blog by Jane Stickle have been an interesting read? That is a blog I would have read.

Mary a dit… #

Would love to had time to talk more to my Hungarian grandmother to learn more about why she love to do handwork.

Anita a dit… #

Wow...that's a thought provoking question...there are far too many people I would like to speak too. I think I'd have to say Mary, the Mother of Jesus. I'd like to know a little bit about his childhood, so maybe she would post blogs about her family life, like I do. =)

Thanks for a chance to win.

Addibrae a dit… #

I bet Marie Antoinette's blog would've been pretty interesting.

Addibrae a dit… #

I'm a new follower

needle and nest a dit… #

What an awesome giveaway! And a great question, too. I would have loved to read a blog by Beatrix Potter. I would love to have had the opportunity to ask her about where she found inspiration for all of the characters in her children's books.

Samantha a dit… #

Oh that fabric is just gorgeous! I would have loved to read the blogs of any of the women from the 1800s who were making crazy quilts. I am fasinated by the embroidery on them and often wonder what they were thinking as they created these gorgeous quilts.

Samantha a dit… #

I am also a new follower of your blog. Thank you again for a chance to win!

Tanya a dit… #

I would have liked to hear my grandmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

Teresa in Music City a dit… #

What sweet fabrics - I would absolutely love to win them! I suppose if I could read any blog I would like to read a blog by one of my granddaughters when she is grown - perhaps I would find that she is a creative person like her grandma :*)

Oops-Lah a dit… #

Lovely fabrics! Would love to add those to my stash. There are so many people from the past I would like to read blogs post from and ask question. Of course it would be great to be able to ask ancestors but also all those great woman and men who influenced how the world is nowadays.

Homemaker Honey a dit… #

G'Day from Australia! Lovely Lecien fabric! I have wonder what my grandmother would have blogged about? - a new recipe? - new dress pattern? - latest household appliance?

Deborah
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

Barbara a dit… #

Thanks for the fboulous giveaway !
b.zanninelli@gmail.com

Dee a dit… #

I love Jo's Country Junction - I read it every day as it is a life so relatable to myself.

Needled Mom a dit… #

Great question! I would follow Wanda at Exuberant Color because she has such an amazing way with color.

Needled Mom a dit… #

I am a new follower and your giveaway is wonderful.

Patchwork and Play a dit… #

I am your newest follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

Patchwork and Play a dit… #

Vincent Vn Gogh's blog would have been interesting, don't you think?

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads a dit… #

What an amazing question. I think I would have to go with Ginette and say I wish I could read a blog that was written by my ancestors to hear my family history. I don't think I have anyone famous in my lineage, but it would be nice to know what their day to day life was like many years ago.

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads a dit… #

I found you through the blog hop. After browsing your site, I have decided to follow you. Thank you for the generous giveaway. I'm looking forward to receiving you inspiring posts.

audrey a dit… #

There is a quilt in my family that is composed of all sorts of different fabrics and is sewed together in a completely random fashion, and it's so lovely. I have no idea who made it, but I would love to read about their experiences hand-sewing the quilt and why they made the decisions they did. I've admired it since I was a little girl, and now that I'm a quilter, it's really inspiring for me.

Second Chance Tan a dit… #

Bonjour. Oooooo I would love to read the blog of my Grandfather who I never met, he was quite an inspirational man and lost his legs to cancer, but was always cheerful. Thanks for the chance to win such beautiful fabric x

Jennie P. a dit… #

I supposed I'd read the blog of some of my favorite singers or bands. I'd ask them where they come up with their lyrics and what inspires them.

Heidi Staples a dit… #

Such a lovely bundle of fabric! I would have loved to read the Apostle Paul's blog. Can you imagine the stories on there?

tubilinha tiacarminha a dit… #

Sou novo seguidor GFC 44.Gostaria de ler de minha tia-avó que apesar de ter conhecido,não falamos sobre suas costuras.Ela me ensinou crochet e tricô quando eu era 9 de idade.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Lisa C in GA. a dit… #

Easy for me as a Christians....Jesus!! I would love to know more about what He thought and felt as He moved about in His ministry!!!

Ginny a dit… #

Love the fabrics for the giveaway! Thanks for the chance!
I would have loved to read a blog by Florence Nightengale, since I am a nurse and she is regarded as the founder of nursing--I can only imaging what that meant back then!

Farm Quilter a dit… #

Wonderful fabrics and that ribbon is too cute!! Thank you for the change to win them. I'm following you. I would like to read the blog of my little brother and his 40 years in heaven.

Leo a dit… #

Irgendein blog .. hmmm das ist eine ganz schön schwere Frage - vielleicht den einer Köchin am schweidschen Hof um 1600.

Wendy a dit… #

c'est un question tres interessant! Je crois que je voudrais lire le blog de Lenin et Stalin, simplement pour essayer de comprendre qu'est ce qu'ils pensaient!

Captain StitchyPants a dit… #

Merci beaucoup pour la chance de gagner! Les tissus sont tres jolis. (je suis anglaise and j'apprend le francais. Je suis desole si mon francais est mauvais!)

I would have liked to read the blog of Elizabeth Zimmerman. I like to knit, and she was a brilliant, inventive knitter.

Aliza a dit… #

i would have loved to read a blog by: heidi (of the children's story) it would be interesting to know what her inner most thoughts was when she was with her grandfather, when her aunt just forgot about her and when she was with Clara in the big city. what a lovely story.

I love your give away.

andri. a dit… #

I would have liked to read blogs by Hiroko Ishii....her embroidery is inspirational and she does have a blog, but i dont understand Japanese language so I cant read it:(

Татьяна a dit… #

With love from Russia! I am a follower! Thank you!

quilary a dit… #

What a great question to ask - I'd love to read blog posts from Edith Head and read about designing costumes for the movies.

Miss Beau Jangles a dit… #

I would love to read Edgar Allan Poe's blog, see how he came up with his ideas

Miss Beau Jangles a dit… #

I am a new follower

Kristy QP a dit… #

Wow - fantastic giveaway - love those fabrics!

I'd love to read a blog from one of my great great grandmothers who was a milliner and made lace. The crafty genes must come from somewhere! :)

Tina a dit… #

I would love to read a blog by my Grandma Tate. She is the one that gave me my love of quilting, but I lived to far away from her most of my life for her to teach me to quilt. I would ask her who gave her her love of quilting and who taught her.

Mommarock a dit… #

I like to read all of the blogs, but my favorites are those with tutorials that have pictures that show HOW to do things. Those that share patterns for doing new things, and my favorite things to do are English Paper piecing.

giddy99 a dit… #

Well, he wasn't famous or anything, but I would have very much liked to have seen my grandfather's blog, if such a thing were possible then. He was a scholar and a wise man, and I enjoyed his stories, lessons and jokes very much when he was alive.

giddy99 a dit… #

I am a new follower; hello from Tennessee, USA!

gibberish a dit… #

I would like to have read my grandfather's blog. I never got to meet him, he passed away before I was born, so reading it would help acquaint me with him.

gibberish a dit… #

I'm a new GFC follower named gibberish.
Forgot to add my email to the above comment.
bandkgram(at)hotmail(dot)ca

LethargicLass a dit… #

What a great question!! I would love to read a blog written by a peasant in medieval times... I have always wondered what they thought about life in general and their life in particular.

LethargicLass a dit… #

I am a new follower :) Thank you for this chance!

AlessandraLace a dit… #

I woul love to read a blog written from an ancient roman people. hugs

AlessandraLace a dit… #

I love Normandie, I had a good time there years ago. I was in a chambre d'ote in Honfleur. I am new follower from Italy. Alessandra

quiltmania a dit… #

I would love to read a blog of my Great Grandmother who pioneered in the area in the late 1800s to see what her life was really like! Thanks for the great giveaway!

stephmabry a dit… #

Great question! I'd have loved to read a blog written my my grandmother, the one who inspired me to take up sewing and quilting. I didn't get into the hobby until several years after she passed away, and it would have been fantastic to benefit from all her experience and wisdom about sewing (and life in general!). Thank you for the chance to win such an adorable prize. :)

Bonnie58 a dit… #

I have had the oportunity to read my Grandmothers daily diary (blog from the early 20 century). It is fascinating as she covers all aspects of farm life from the weather to the animals to the pests of the time, etc It is amazing the strength and fortitude the early pioneers had in order to give themselves a better life. Thanks for the opportunity on the giveaway. Good luck to all the participants.
bonnielarson58@gmail.com

Bonnie58 a dit… #

I am a new follower of your blog. Thanks for the opportunity
bonnielarson58@gmail.com

Joyce Carter a dit… #

Thanks for the giveaway. If I had a chance, I would love to read a blog written by my grandmothers. Both of them passed away before I was born so I never got the chance to know them and it would be interesting to find out about their lives.

MC a dit… #

Je pense que Douglas Adams et Sigmund Freau auraient eu les blogs les plus interessants a lire. J'aimerais aussi vour Marcel Proust sur Twitter. Merci pour la chance de gagner!

java diva a dit… #

I would want to read Amelia Earhart's blog. I guess I'd ask her what it's like to be the pilot of a plane.

Amy a dit… #

I think the Apostle Paul of Biblical fame would have written an interesting blog of all his travels.

Richard Healey a dit… #

I love the world we live in where we can be inspired to quilt from people all over the world. I have a blog http://richardquilts.blogspot.com where I for the last 9 months have been sharing my quilting experiences. I enjoy when I get blog visitors from around the world and love that you can translate things they comment to you into your own language. I have 5-6 followers in languages that I cant read but can translate and understand what they are saying. I have added your blog to my follow list and look forward to vising you again.

Richard Healey a dit… #

I am a new blog follower and here is my 2nd entry.

isa13 a dit… #

Bonsoir
Si Gandhi avait écrit un blog j'aurais aimé le lire pour connaître ses pensées quotidiennes.
Bonne soirée et merci pour cette chance de gagner.

isa13 a dit… #

Depuis peu , je suis ton blog par l'intermédiaire de google reader.
A bientôt

Karen a dit… #

I would love to have read Amelia Earharts blog. As she prepared for her round the world flight we could have a glimpse of her fears, hopes, triumphs. etc.

marci sinfisi a dit… #

i just discovered the blog world.... and i love it!
thank you

Debra Lee a dit… #

Julia Child. I would have loved to pick her brain!

Debra Lee a dit… #

I'm a new follower!

Barbara Woods a dit… #

i am a new follower

Barbara Woods a dit… #

bonnie hunter thanks

bethstrand a dit… #

Ah, if blogs had always been around there are a myriad of historical people I'd love to read. Imagine a day-to-day blog from Cleopatra or Marie Antoinette or John the Baptist! As it is, I'm grateful we have them now and can exchange ideas across the world in an instant!

Marcia W. a dit… #

I would love to read my great grandparents blog and learn more about them, and the life they led "back in the day."

Gill a dit… #

I would like to have read my grandparents blog - they were involved in cheesemaking, a process which increasingly fascinates me!

Gill a dit… #

I'm a new follower!

Lv2sew2011 a dit… #

Maintenant, je fais cela avec un Translate et j'espère que ça dit les bonnes choses car je n'ai pas idéal si ce n'est pas ... (LOL)

Je suis assez nouveau à bloguer, mais voici le lien où je fais:
http://lv2sew2011.blogspot.com/

Je suis en train de vous suivre.

Si l'époque où ils avaient blogs, j'aimerais savoir où mes noms commencé à partir, et je serais ravi de connaître l'histoire de ma famille sans avoir à payer pour cela. Les temps sont ruff ces jours-ci et j'ai besoin de mon argent .... LOL

Merci pour le super donner! Que Dieu bénisse et ont un jour béni!
Lv2sew2011 @ yahoo dot com
Donna

Norma's Clay a dit… #

This fabric is great! Thanks for the chance to win.

Carol a dit… #

My grandfather's. I knew him, but he was quite the thinker and I would have liked to know more about his thoughts.

Lisa Cox a dit… #

The fabric is so cute!
I would love to read a blog written by the pioneer women of the mid to late 1800's.

selleck a dit… #

I'd like to have read my daddy's blog. I miss his daily words of wisdom.

B Greene a dit… #

I would like to read Anne Boleyn's blog - it would be interesting to hear her perspective on the events that ended her life. Thanks for the chance to win!

Jessica a dit… #

I would love to read JRR Tolkien's blog - I so admire his creative mind. The fabric is beautiful, thanks for the chance!

Lori a dit… #

I think following John Wayne "The Duke" would be cool.
quilting[dash]lady[at]comcast[dot]net

Quiltn Mama a dit… #

My grandmother would've been an awesome blogger...boy, could she tell stories! Thank you for the chance to win such gorgeous fabrics.

AlyceB a dit… #

Bonjour! It has been far too long since I last used my French, it's a little rusty! Desolee! But... je pense le blog de Queen Elizabeth II would be tres interesting!

AlyceB a dit… #

Je suis un nouveau membre :)

Jo a dit… #

I think I would have enjoyed blogging with Edgar Allen Poe, Can you just imagine the quilts he might have come up with!

Angela a dit… #

Jennifer Chiaverini, The Lost Quilter

Happy Cottage Quilter a dit… #

I know that both sets of grandparents immigrated to the US. So I would like to read about their adventure and what they left behind in their own countries. Great question.

Kathy a dit… #

Anyone from back in history would be awesome.

quiltmom a dit… #

I think that I would have loved to have blogged with my great grandmother. She emigrated from the US at the turn of the century with her 6 children. Her husband passed away suddenly and she was left to start a new life on the prairies of Alberta Canada.
Thanks for the chance to win such a nice prize.
Regards from Western Canada,
Anna

quiltmom a dit… #

I have become a follower of your blog. Thanks for the chance to win such a nice prize.
Regards from western Canada,
Anna

sh a dit… #

Lovely fabric! I think I wuld love to be able to read a blog written by my grandparents from the time when the imigrated to Canada. one set from Germany and the other a very strong Quaker family from Wales.

Susan a dit… #

I am a new follower

Susan a dit… #

I LOVE reading ALL blogs. Impossible to choose only one. I would ask what first got you interested in quilting? I always find it very interesting to hear what inspired people to start this amazing hobby.

Kristy a dit… #

I'm biased. I love my own blog cottonaddiction.com I don't have a specific favorite blog because I enjoy all that I follow. I love to see what everyone is working on. That inspires me to create my own works of art.

Kristy a dit… #

I'm also a new follower.

Lisa in Port Hope a dit… #

I'd love to read blog posts written by my mom, she had a lot of wisdom and I miss her lots.

Nickels a dit… #

Wonderful give-away!
I would like to read a blog written by the mother of my grandmother.

marth225 a dit… #

I am a new follower.

Jeneta a dit… #

You are right - that fabric is gorgeous!

Jeneta a dit… #

I'd love to have read a blog by Mother Teresa and ask her what she does when she is having a bad day!

KurtzCrafts a dit… #

Wow, that would be an interesting concept, being able to read ANYONE's blog... I think I would like Albert Einstein's blog. I hear he had a great sense of humor. =)

KurtzCrafts a dit… #

oh and Salut! I'm a new follower =)

mtnquiltr a dit… #

I think Captain Cook the explorer would have had a great blog. And it would have had more detail than the ship's log!

Shirley a dit… #

I would like to read my grandmother's blog. She used to make rugs and things when my mother was little and I'd like to know where she learnt to do her crafts. Was it handed down or did she learn on her own.

JanesQuilting a dit… #

I would have loved to be able to read some of the old Amish Quilters. The ones who settled in PA back in the 1700's. How it was for them, how they got started, etc.

JanesQuilting a dit… #

I am new to your blog, but am now a follower. thanks for the chance to win your fabulous fat quarters.

Jeane a dit… #

I am a new follower.

Jeane a dit… #

I would love to read a blog written by my great grandmother. She was so creative and talented.

Beulah a dit… #

I would like to have been able to read Dorcas's blog. She is the seamstress mentioned in the Bible that was sick and died but was brought back to life. She was known in her town for her sewing skills and taking care of others...she clothed many people. And in the days when fancy electric sewing machines with all the wonderful stiches were not even a dream. Yes, I would like to know more about Dorcas and her sewing.

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Sherry a dit… #

I would love to read my Great Grandmothers blog. She moved across country as a young brid and raised four children far away for the support of her family. She love to sew and quilt and I would love to read about the process and where she got materials to work with.

Sherry a dit… #

I am a new follower of your blog and look forward to visiting again.

Tricia a dit… #

Hiya I'm a new follower. Thank you for the chance to win the Leicen Fabrics, ribbons, and tape.

Sincerely,
Tricia

Tricia a dit… #

Hummm I think I would love to be to communicate with William Shakespeare. I would have been interested to know more about his life in general, his great ability as a playwright, and for his ability to use his communication skills to come across to the most humble of peasants to being a favorite of Queen Elizabeth must have made him a man of great skills. I have always found his to be a facinating person.

Sincerely,
Tricia

legato1958 a dit… #

I would've loved to read a blog by my great grandmother, Mamie. She ran a hotel and restaurant for over 60 years, and had many characters enter through her doors!

susie
legato19582aol.com

mammafairy a dit… #

Ma grandmere fit les chose aves l'aiguille. Mais, elle appris la, de quoi? peut etre, j'aime lire les mots de cette dame, qui fait les lecons, pour Grandmere!

Excuse moi, je fait le Francais terrible!

In English then, I would like to read the words of the lady who taught my Granny to sew!

rockgranny a dit… #

Love the fabrics for the giveaway! Thanks for the chance!
I would like to read Hercule Poirot's blog

Kay a dit… #

Thank you for the gorgeous giveaway. I would love to read a blog by Jane Austen as she is my favourite author, how did she get her plots and cracters worked out, also what sewing did she do.
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

Sheila a dit… #

I lost my grandmother when I was very young so I wish I could ask her how she learned to make clothing without patterns , she was a beautiful seamstress and would take clothing apart and remake them into gorgeous clothing. Thanks for the chance to win your great giveaway .

Sheila a dit… #

I am a new follower , thanks again.

Vicki W a dit… #

I wish my Grandmother could have blogged so I would know more about her life.

gccmom a dit… #

I LOVE Lecien fabrics. My favorite blog is Wild Olive. I love her simple designs. I would love to know how she comes up with so many cute designs.

gccmom a dit… #

I am a new follower.

Cassandra a dit… #

Gorgeous fabrics! I would have loved to read Einstein's blog. It would have been fascinating! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

Linda Meyers Gabbard a dit… #

My father passed away when I was 3 years old and at age 51 I really do not know much about him. He is who I wish I could blog with. There are so many questions I would love to have answered.

llmgabbard60 at Gmail dot com

Linda Meyers Gabbard a dit… #

I am a new follower Linda Meyers Gabbard
llmgabbard60 at Gmail dot

Ali a dit… #

Thank you for the giveaway, and I've only seen the scissor print before, those are so adorable! I have a lot of favorite blogs what I look for are tutorials on anything, and new takes on old projects, and I guess what would be #1 are useful ways to take colors and prints to make wonderful combinations of my own.

Melinda a dit… #

I would love to have read blogs by the earliest quilters to see what inspired them to come up with the first designs.

Mhairi a dit… #

I would have loved to read the blogs of Beatrix Potter - she would have been very interesting and Lucy Boston - her patchwork is unbelievable!!

Lee a dit… #

I learned to quilt/sew when I was very young from my great grandmother - I wish she had a blog w/ her quilting group friends that I could read! Traditional quilting ! thank you!

Lee a dit… #

I have enjoyed your blog and added you to my RSS feed! thank you very much!

Pippa Parsons a dit… #

Im a new follower :)

Pippa Parsons a dit… #

I would've liked to read Amelia Earnhart's blog, sure it would be fascinating

Karen a dit… #

I'm a new follower.

Jeanne a dit… #

I would like to read my mother's blog as she was a quilter like me and I didn't start quilting until after she passed away. Thanks for the giveaway.

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I am now a follower.

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If there where blogs in the middle ages yet I would like to read those, and then womens blogs, how they'd live, thought etc.
Love this great give away, Merci beaucoup!

Nanbon44 a dit… #

I would have like to read one written by my mother, she was a wealth of sewing and crafting talent

Linda a dit… #

Great question. I think Jane Austen's blog would be one I would love to read. I would ask her if she had a lot of unfinished projects!
Thanks for the chance to win your awesome prize.

Linda a dit… #

I am a new follower. I love your idea of using the ear plugs. I will try it!

Jeanne Gwin a dit… #

I follow your blog and I am a different Jeanne then the one above me!!!

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As mentioned by others, I'd love to read some family blogs- perhaps just as far back as my grandmothers. I want to know more about them at my age. Thanks for participating in the hop.

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I'm a new follower.

Shannon a dit… #

I'm a new follower in GFC.

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If I could read any historical blog it would have to be Marie Curie's.

Irina a dit… #

I think John Lennon would have an interesting blog writer... thanks for the chance!

Irina a dit… #

I'm a follower too!

Cherise a dit… #

Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance! I''m a new follower! Have a Nice Day! :)

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I would have loved to read my great-grandmother's blog. :)

Shirley Tener a dit… #

I would love to talked to Pat Bravo

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I'm a follower too!

Sharon a dit… #

I would have loved to read my dad's blog because he died when I was only 15 months old and I didn't have a chance to know him.

Sharon a dit… #

I'm a new follower!

Carla G a dit… #

I would love to read my Grandma's blog. She was born in the early 1900's and passed away at 101. I would love to know what she thought of each different era that she went through. And I'd like to know when she started quilting. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Carla G a dit… #

I'm a new follower! :)

joyce a dit… #

I would like to read the blogs of my family that went to America in the 1600's.

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I am a new follower.

Sharon B a dit… #

I would love to read a blog from my mother - I lost her at a young age and there are so many things I never thought to ask her.

Sharon B a dit… #

I am a new follower - your gallery projects are beautiful!

Kathy a dit… #

I'd love to read a blog by Wendell Berry, though he'd probably never write one. I'd love a daily dose of his ideas. winterwrens at gmail dot com

Deb a dit… #

Lots of my real life friends who live far away don't have blogs. I wish, wish, wish they all had blogs for me to read and keep up with them! I think your mug rugs are just special, and i'd love to be a winner.

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What beautiful give-away gifts! Thank you for offering them. I would like to have read Thomas Jefferson's blog and a blog written by any of my female ancestors. Thank you.

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I'm now following via google reader.

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If I could read someone's Blog...I think I'd pick to read my Husband's Momma's blog....she died before I met him...but she sounds like she was an amazing woman...and I know I would have loved her, and learned soooo much from her.

Thanks for chance to win this awesome Drawing! :)

OhioLori a dit… #

I just became a new Follower! Your Blog is super! I look forward to "visiting" with you!

Thanks for a second chance to win! :)

Janet a dit… #

I would like to read Josephine Bonaparte's blog. I read the trilogy of books about her life and think she was a most interesting person. I would like to ask her whether she thinks Bonaparte was a good man.

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I have become a new follower of your blog.

Lisa a dit… #

I would love to have been able to read blogs by my grandmothers on both sides. It would've been interesting to hear their take on life in general, their marriages and of course any crafting they were doing! Great question, by the way!

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I'm a new follower!

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) a dit… #

I am following you now!

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I like Quilt Story. They have great tutorials :)

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I would love to have read a blog written by my Father-in-Law whom I was never privileged to meet. He led a very interesting life and I would love to know more about it.

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I would like to read a blog by George Washington's wife, Martha. I would like to know what it was like to be married to the first president of the US.

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I am a follower!

Judi a dit… #

I would have loved to have blogs written by my mother, grandmothers, great grandmothers and so on. I love the family history, and it would have a personal connection to me. I would especially like to see what day-to-day life was like for them.

Judi a dit… #

I'm a new follower

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I am a new follower! awolk at rogers dot com

Anda W a dit… #

I would have like to read John Lennon's blog, would have peovided some insight into his colourful life! awolk at rogers dot com

Barb and Sharon a dit… #

The fabrics are very lovely. Although there are many famous people I'd love to read a blog by I think my grandfathers would have been very interesting. He knew so much about the origin of words and saying. I loved listening to him speak.
Barb@Witsend

M-R a dit… #

Leonardo Da Vinci and Joan of Arc. It would be so cool to see the world through their words. Thanks for the giveaway, Lynne!

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Je te suis!

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What great fabrics ...please toss my name in the hat :-)
I would love to read my DH Oms's Blog...she is 103 and i am sure she has soem interesting stories to tell !

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