Friday, March 16, 2012

Time to get lucky! (har har)

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

The giveaway is now closed. Thank you to all who entered!

Who doesn't love giveaways? I know this girl loves 'em. I've decided to link up with the Quilter's Blog Hop Party to give some stuff away - yay! In honor of my 200th post happening just the other day, and it being St. Patty's Day and all, when everyone and their uncle says they're Irish and drinks too much, well, here's a giveaway for you:


Not one, but TWO charm packs of Pezzy Print will go to ONE lucky winner! One word of warning - I *did* open them, as I had a project in mind but in the end it didn't pan out. They're all there, they're all in one piece, they're just not wrapped up fancy like a proper, fresh-from-the-cutting board (?) charm pack.

To enter to win, leave a comment below. Could be anything - your plans for the charms, how you plan to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, something about your heritage...whatever you feel like typing. :) Following is appreciated, but not required. Sorry, no international winners.

Check this here link on Saturday, the 17th, for a list of all the hoppers so that you can enter to win (and hopefully get lucky!) as many times as possible. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

192 comments:

  1. I am first so probably not in the running to win but these are lovely fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  2. We are going to Cleveland for a day of Beer, parades and firefighter memorials!

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  3. We might be going hiking at a park/botanical garden. I may or may not be Irish. (There's some lack of clarity in my mom's heritage.)

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  4. I love those they are cute. My plans is to spend the day with my kids and get house ready for the new baby due any time now.

    http//richardquilts.blogspot.com
    http://trackmyshows.com

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  5. I'll be dragged to the pub in the Dublin mountains, better pack the raincoat for the walk home!

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  6. Great giveaway! I'd love to work with these prints :) Thank you for the chance.

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  7. Oh, I'm seriously crushing on these Pezzy prints right now. Pick me pick me.. oh that's right begging doesn't work. lol No special plans tomorrow, but dinner out with friends tonight. :o) Thanks for the great prize chance, Steph! xo

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  8. Those prints are so cute. No special plans for St. Patrick's Day, just lots of blog hopping.

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  9. I simply love PEzzy Prints - what a wonderful prize!! I have to send my son back to college tomorrow, so I will be a little sad on St. Patty's Day this year. We had a great week, though!!

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  10. Arent these Pezzies adorable - I gifted mine, so would love to play with these. Mixed with some solids for a disappering 4-patch would be super.

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  11. I am spending the whole day at my LQS for a day of demos, sales, food and fun. Thank you for being so generous and have a great day.

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  12. Yardwork today and binding 2 quilts.

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  13. Love pezzy prints! I am spending the day resting. I have worked too many 12 hour shifts in the past 7 days!

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  14. Those charm packs would totally become a throw quilt and a cushion cover in my hands...Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. I'd probably use the Pezzy charms in a fun, new table runner. I saw them made into a pillow, recently. Cute, cute, cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. Great giveaway. I really need to make a quilt for my granddaughter. She would love the colors of the Pezzy charms.

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  17. No specific St. Patrick's day plans, but last weekend I went to a big St. Patrick's day themed event. A 5K run with 8700 runners, a parade, pretty much an all day street party. And the weather was beautiful!

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  18. We will be spending St. Patty's at the ball park for opening day. My 6 year old is playing!

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  19. What a great giveaway! I would use this as part of my rainbow charm quilt!

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  20. These Pezzy charms would make a great child's quilt paired with some white charms. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. These would be great in a D9P kids quilt.

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  22. Oh how fun! I am giving away a charm pack of pezzy's on my blog too! I love this line!

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  23. I like the charms. They'd be perfect for making a Twister quilt top. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  24. I love the Pezzy prints; thanks for chance to win this great giveaway! Would use them in a quilt; love to do baby quilts. (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  25. What a great giveaway, would love to play with those charms! Thanks!

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  26. Tomorrow is my husband and mine 40th wedding anniversary!
    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  27. Love the pezzy prints! I'm cat-sitting this weekend. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. Awesome giveaway!! Today I am shopping at a local fabric store and having a sew-day with Portland Modern Quilt Guild friends... it may turn out to be the best St Patrick's day yet!

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  29. Great giveaway! We are watching Spring Training baseball.
    Wearing green. Going to eat corned beef & cabbage, and pistachio cup cakes. Thanks for the chance to win!!!!!


    wigglypup2@yahoo.com

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  30. I love Pezzy Prints. I entered another giveaway to win some so if I win them both I can make 2 quilts for my charity St. John's Hospital Joplin, Missouri which was demolished one year ago by a deadly tornado. Thanks for the chance to win

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  31. Love these little prints. I'm hoping to make a lap quilt with them. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. The corned beef is already in the pot and simmering away! Ummmm....Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

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  33. I got my kids hats and we're having Colcannon for dinner. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  34. Love that fabric! It would much such a fun quilt or table runner!

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  35. I really like these Pezzy prints, and don't own a thread of any of them. If I won I would likely make a table runner, maybe some placemats to match. Thanks for a chance.

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  36. I would make a tablerunner for my soon to be wed daughter, I think these prints would look great with her Fiestaware!

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  37. Lovely fabrics, I would make a charm pack pillow! Thank you for the chance to win.

    Happy quilting!

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  38. I have spent the day blog hopping and chatting with my son who is home on spring break from college. I would use the charms on a wall hanging or an Ipod cover. Thanks for having a giveaway.

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  39. I plan to blog-hop all weekend as a reward for making it unscathed through Spring Break week with my children...and maybe a trip or two to a quilt shop.

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  40. We are enjoying the beautiful sunshine on this St. Patricks Day. Thanks for the chance.

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  41. I don't mind if they're open - I'd still love to win! I would love to make a cute quilt top with this.

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  42. I would love to make a picnic quilt with those prints, thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. I'm sewing two quilt tops, one very green one in honor of the day, and one for a little girl with cancer who's Gramma is a friend of mine from High School that I recently reconnected with on Facebook.

    I am seriously in love with the Pezzie prints right now, thanks for a chance to win some. :)

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  44. I plan on staying in and watching a movie with the hubs!

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  45. Pezzie is soooo happy. Today I get to work in my new yellow studio - woo hoo.

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  46. Thanks for sharing! I am sure I could find a great project for some charms! Happy Quilting!

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  47. Ooohhhh, I love Pezzy! I want! I've been working on a picnic quilt using DS fabrics from Joann (just the ones made in ROK as I am avoiding Chinese made things) all day. It's pinwheels on solid white. Adding the borders tomorrow. Thanks!

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  48. I'm pretty much celebrating St. Paddy's day by blog-hopping -- lots of fun!! I would use the charms for a small donation quilt I think.

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  49. I can see those charm packs being made up into a couple of Loving Hands quilts :) Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

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  50. We didn't celebrate St. Patty's Day this year. Didn't even wear green. My hubs is gone for the week and my 2 year old doesn't really understand. So we are just taking it easy. I have a feeling the same thing will happen next year too as he will probably be gone again. I really should start making a bigger deal out of it sooner or later...considering he is 1/2 Irish which means our daughter is part Irish!

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  51. St. Patrick's Day was much bigger for me when I was a kid, as my father's folks were from Ireland. They are all gone now, but hubby and I at least wore green!

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  52. a cute giveaway... I don't celebrate St pattys. I used to work at a restaurant/bar where they served plenty of green beer on that day...

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  53. these pezzy prints would make a great quilt
    possible paired with solids in a paintbox design!

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  54. My older bro lives in Forest Ranch,not to far from you! I lived in Ca. until seven years ago when we moved to Co! Lovely Charm giveaway!

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  55. Wow what a super prize, thank you! I would rather have been sewing today but went and walked around the Portland Roadster show with DH instead. Sometimes you just have to humor him. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  56. Those charms look like a quilt top to me! Especially if there are two!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. I sewed most of the day on my New York Beauty Block 0 and still have to piece the outer rims. I have found that piecing curves is going to be a learning experience and I'll need to take my time! Have a great weekend!

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  58. Thank you for the giveaway. I appreciate the offer. I am irish. Not the red haired irish..that was my grandmother. I just ended up with a name that SCREAMED I was Irish. My first name is Erin. My maiden name tended to invoke things from my teachers like "tell me about the Irish potato famine" or asking me if I had the gift of gab or kissed a blarney stone lately. Yep, no hiding my heritage. I use to be thankful I didn't get red hair too but now that I am grown I really love red hair on a woman! Oh well.. guess I should be happy with the gift of gab instead!

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  59. I love charms. They are great for Schnibbles patterns or tote bags. Thanks!

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  60. I'd love to win some Pezzy prints. :) We didn't celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but did have friends over for supper.

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  61. Would love to win these charm packs! Love pezzy prints. I spent the day shopping (yay!) and ended it at a friend's house for a St. Patty's Day dinner. An excellent day all around. Thanks for the chance!

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  62. These charm packs are so cute!

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  63. I have seen this group of fabrics so much lately it certainly is growing on me. I think I could use some for my stash!

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  64. These Pez prints are so popular! I see them all over blogland. Love the colors.

    We have done nothing for St. Pat's day as we are Dutch blooded. Give me a big plate of stompot over corned beef and hash! (I don't even know what corned beef and hash is!)

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  65. The Pezzy Prints have really grabbed people's imaginations. I can't believe how popular they are.

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  66. This St.Pat's hop is fun. I'm finding lots of cool blogs. These prints are pretty too. Spend today at a quilt show. Now I have lots more inspiration... and fabric. ;)

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  67. Thanks for the chance to win the charm packs! Of course, I'd make a quilt and what am I doing today - enjoying St. Patty's day with my family! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  68. Hi I think I'd let my arty daughter design me a quilt top that makes the most of the pattern.

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  69. I'm loving the idea of making a twister quilt with Pezzy!

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  70. They would look great in a pinwheel quilt.

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  71. Oh boy! I woudl love to win these! After admiring all of the colors I would probably make a wall hanging for my craft room with all of the colors...or wait, I know I saw a design someone was doing with all of the prints--I am going to have to go look for that!

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  72. I spent the whole day sewing with my sister. We accomplished quite a bit and I am now hopping around to check out the Blog Hop. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. Love Pezzy! I think that they'd be super cute in a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. I am a follower! :-) With two charm packs, there are a lot of things that could be made... and I am thinking that these prints would make really pretty place mats! And how about a couple matching potholders... or some fabric trimmed kitchen towels... :-) Thank you for the chance to win! :-)

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  75. I love the Pezzy line! We just finished celebrating with the traditional Irish dinner at my mom's house.

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  76. I love Pez! I think they'd be a great rainbow quilt!

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  77. Thanks for such a great giveaway! I'm a new follower! Have a Happy Day! :)

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  78. You definitely had me with that title!! Ha!
    I have been craving pezzy prints. I would love to have these, opened or not!

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  79. Those Pezy prints are so cheery. And getting ones that you opened feels very friendly--like something shared between friends. Thanks much for the giveaway.

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  80. I love those prints! thanks for the chance! we normally play some music and go to the parade for Paddy's Day, it's hard not to when you're living in Ireland!:-)

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  81. Ahh!!! 2 gorgeous Pezzy Print charm packs, huh, Love.
    No St. Patty's Day celebration for me. But I guess I do atleast try to whip up a baked good. It's not themed, but it atleast makes the day feel a little more special.

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  82. I think those Pezzy prints would be perfect used in an old fashioned patterned scrappy quilt!

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  83. Thanks for the chance to win! Wonderful choice for a giveaway too!!!

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  84. I have been to Ireland and would love to go back! It's a beautiful lush green country full of wonders! I spent my St. Paddy's day reliving my trip there!
    I would love to win the charm packs!

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  85. Great fabrics!
    We spent St Patrick's day watching England beat Ireland in the Six Nations!! (rugby!!)

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  86. Oh, what a fabulous prize! I would love to win this. :)

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  87. We went out to eat so I could get some corned beef since no one else in the family likes that.

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  88. Sewing is genetic:) It just sometimes skips a generation. My grandmother sewed (my Dad's Mom) My Mom just did repairs. Thank you for this super giveaway! Happy Week!

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  89. Love the fabric!! Thanks for the chance to win. I spent St Patty's day on the beach. =)

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  90. Fun fabric. Hmmm. I'm busy designing a new quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  91. We didn't celebrate and I like a good celebration but we were very busy tending and attending 10 different activities for some very active and involved grandchildren.

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  92. You now have a new follower for your blog. Congradulations upon reaching your 200th post. Way to go! I have had my hopes for winning the charm packs of Pezzy Print. I can see a quilt being make for my great nephew who will just love this quilt forever. He will drag this quilt wherever he goes. Which is all right - it's his quilt. I have had a lot of fun entering all of the wonderful giveways on the Blog Hop Party. There will be a quilter with a big smile on her face when she receives this charm pack for sure.

    Sandi T.
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  93. I am thinking baby quilts in the future. This would be a good start. Thank you!

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  94. Pezzies would make the cutest baby quilt! We had corned beef, baby red potatoes & baby carrots for St. Patrick's Day, and it was so good! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  95. HELLO! I THINKING I'D USE IT IN MY NEXT BABY QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING! HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  96. I would make a baby quilt also. Those bright colors would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  97. Not sure - but i do love all the pezzy prints...might be a fun chevron baby quilt or just a cozy lap quilt!
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. I've not seen Pezzy Prints before - what fun!

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  99. Oh I love the pezzy prints! Not sure what I'd do with them but it would be put to good use!

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  100. This year I made my family green shamrock shaped pancakes to celebrate. I love dying random foods green :) thank you for a lovely giveaway.

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  101. Love the charm pack. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  102. I spent the weekend painting a rearranging the sewing room. Hope your weekend was a great one!

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  103. These would make a fun table runner and placemat set. Love them. Thanks for joining in the Blog Hop Party Giveaway.

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  104. Thank you for offering this great fabric!!!

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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  105. My DH is 1/2 Irish, but hates Irish food...so we had Italian!

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  106. These charms are amazing! I'm sure they'll make a fabulous creation :)

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  107. I am a new follower! I love this charm pack! Thank you for the chance!

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  108. I 1st saw this line and really liked it noe I'm seeing it more and more and see how much others like it as well. Thanks for the chance

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  109. We live in Orlando, and this year my husband and I found ourselves at Epcot for St. Patrick's Day. It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed seeing the annual Flower and Garden Festival. Thanks for the chance to win a great giveaway.

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  110. I just love charms. Thanks for the chance.

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  111. I love charm packs and I am collecting them to make a scrappy quilt. Thanks for the chance to win these.
    (ccarter13 at windstream dot net)

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  112. We spent the day Saturday watching DGS#8 play baseball. His team was dressed in green as were all the fans. It was a wonderful way to celebrate the wearing of the green b/c the won!

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  113. I love pezzy prints - I have one charm pack and two more would make a good sized sofa throw for the hubby - something without flowers, which will make him happy! Thanks for the give away!

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  114. Hi, hope you are well and having fun hopping. I would like you to do something for me if I win please pick another person to win one and me the other or send me one and you keep the other. I wan to thank you for a chance to win. Have a wonderful week.

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  115. Love Pezzy Prints!! I hate buying fabric and not having it work for my intended project. I hope you found something that did! Thanks for the chance to win!! :)

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  116. Oh - I love pezzy prints! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. I love those prints. I can not say the say for St. Pats Day however.

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  118. Oh pick me pick me! Pezzy Prints is one of my faves! I would love to have some to make throw pillows for our couch...our pillows are in sad shape! THanks for the chance!

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  119. I saw a New York Beauty block with these and they would make a great pillow!!!! Thanks :o)

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  120. Thanks for the great giveaway and the chance to win it. Those Pezzy Prints would look good as granny squares in a quilt paired with white and some coordinating solids. Oh RNG please select my entry.

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  121. I love these. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  122. I love these prints!! I see a cute baby quilt with these :o) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  123. I love those pezzy prints! I'd love the already opened, haha, packs for my machine appliques that I do! They'd be perfect! :) Vanessa@DesignsBySessa.com

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  124. I celebrated the Irish in me with a Guinness and some Jameson's whiskey.

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  125. These are fantastic prints! It would be fun to do something with wonky stars with these maybe... or I don't know. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  126. I live in Illinois... love the pezzy prints and don't mind you opened them;-)

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  127. I LOVE this Charm Pack! Thank you so much for a chance to win! I would definitely make a picnic quilt! Love all the bright colors!

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  128. I would love these little charms! Hope you don't mind to send them up to Canada for me :)

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  129. I really like that charm pack...it would become a nice quilt for my couch...

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  130. Thanks for participating in the blog hop party! I'm having great fun and finding blogs I know I'll have to visit again and again!

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  131. Have a rich Dutch heritage, and love making anything Dutch for visitors that come to my house. Especially Sunday Soup. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  132. i'd make cusion covers out of them. love the pezzy prints and my living room needs a color boost!

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  133. Thanks for the chance to win a great giveaway, I think I would make a table topper for the picnic table with these charm packs.

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  134. Love the fabic! But yuck, I worked on St Patricks Day.

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  135. Awesome fabric! Thanks for the chance to win. I'm going to take as many walks outside as possible this week to enjoy the weather :)

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  136. What a fun giveaway...would make a great table topper! Thanks for the chance.
    ~Terry~

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  137. Oh, this fabric is great. Thanks for the chance. I would mix this up with some solids and have a great quilt.

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  138. I know my 3 year old granddaughter would love these fabrics!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway! :)

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  139. We drove six hours to NY to surprise my dad on his birthday.

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  140. I love this print! And some of the colors are perfect for the quiltcon block challenge!

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  141. My son and i went ofr a morning surf for paddies day ... it was amazing!!

    I think that this mixes with some stipes and solids would make an amazing swoon block quilt top for my son.

    thanks

    cleo

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  142. I would use them in a Schnibbles pattern! I am not Irish, and I don't like Beer, but I do manage to eat a little corned beef!

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  143. I'm having a great time hopping around. Thanks for letting me enter without jumping through hoops like some have.

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  144. My plans for St. Patty's day didn't go quite as I planned. I ended up cleaning the house all day in preparation for company. I didn't even wear any green! But I did make green pancakes for breakfast so I guess it wasn't all a waste. Thanks for the pezzy giveaway!

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  145. march marks my third year of quilting thank you angchappel@yahoo.com

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  146. i love this line. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. Congrat's on your 200th post. A big milestone. and thanks for a chance at the "lucky charms" oh that was bad.

    Jleibfried@aol.com

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  148. I spent time watching my grandchildren on St. Paddy's day

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  149. When I was first introduced to Pezzy, I wasn't impressed but you know, it grows on you. Now I'm thinking if I added some solids it would make a great quilt for a teenager! Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  150. Yay! Pezzy!! I don't know what it is about this print, but I LOVE it! Thanks for the chance to win my favorite!!

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  151. I love pezzy prints. I think they would be so cute to combine into a childs I spy quilt!

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  152. Thanks so much for the the wonderful giveaway. All I did on St. Paddy's day was wore a green shirt :)

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  153. I think my current favorite charm pack project is plus quilts. Thanks for the give away!

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  154. Congrats on 200 posts! thanks for the lovely giveaway - I think they would make a great picnic quilt!

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  155. I'm SOOO looking forward to spring break. I love my kids at school, but MAN do I need a vacation! Heck, I might even get some sewing done over the break!

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  156. I really like prezzy prints. I have a few fat quarters that I am hoarding.

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  157. I don't mind an open pkg of charm squares! :)

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  158. I think the name of your blog is really cute! My mum always wonders where she got her love for creating from as she did not know her grandmothers. I know I got it from her and my daughter got it from both of us. Just got to be genetic!
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  159. Well, St. Pat's Day is over (and I'm no more Irish on that day than any other so I really don't celebrate it) and here I am just getting out to check out the other giveaways. This is kind of like an open house day when you don't get around to see your neighbors because you're hosting too! Charm packs are one of my favorite precuts and I often chop up fat quarters into squares and strips just to have more of them. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  160. On St. Patrick's Day I started sewing my first blocks for a GREEN quilt--hooray!

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  161. We ran around on St. Patrick's day like mad hatters playing tourist to a Flat Stanley. Thank you for a chance to win!

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  162. Thanks for the opportunity! Would love to incorporate these into a quilt!

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  163. I would use them for one my monthly Schnibbles - they need 2 charm packs usually. Thank you for the chance for such a great giveaway!

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  164. I am a descendent of the Scottish Clan MacBean. Pezzy Prints are very popular. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  165. Well, I would love to be included for the giveaway. We celebrated St. Pat's day by enjoying frozen Key Lime pie and listening to Irish music cd's.

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  166. Great giveaway and congrats on 200 posts!

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  167. Went to a wedding on St Pats Day....thanks for the giveaway

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  168. I've heard that I have Irish roots. At least that's what my maternal grandmother always thought. Funny that she pronounced Irish potatoes as "arch" potatoes. I'll never forget that. I surely miss my grandmother.

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  169. Went out to eat with the neighbors. Only my husband was brave enough to try the Irish fare.

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  170. Hope you had a wonderful St. Paddy's day. I'm a little bit Irish, Scotch, German, Dutch, Welsh and American Indian or better known as Heinz 57 LOL. Would love to win the fabric.

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  171. I love the name of your blog. Hope Sewing is Genetic. I keep hoping my girls will show interest. I came from a line of quilters, my mom, grandma, and aunt. I love it!

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  172. I love this fabric, it's so cute! I am collecting and cutting 5" fabrics for a scrappy quilt! Thanks!

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  173. let's see...my husband can trace his family tree, name by name, back to John Conan(t) in Ireland in 1526. Pretty cool. Lovvvvvveeeeee the pezzy!!

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  174. I was on the hospital on st. parched day, but i did request a hospital gown with green in it

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  175. I'm not Irish as far as I know, but I happily wore some green. That was it for celebration though. My mom used to always make corned beef, but it would have been just for me as hubby wouldn't eat it... We thought about getting some beer instead, but we had opened a bottle of wine the night before and not finished it...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  176. That's such a cool fabric! I would love to making something for my brother with it, as he's always been a Pez addict. ;) Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  177. Love the pezzy prints! Thanks for the great prize!

    Vicki @ Quilting Lodge

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  178. This is my first blog hop party--a good friend of mine has a blog and now my 8-year-old and I like to see all the fun projects being done and dream of what we will make!!! Hoping to win something wonderful!

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  179. We have a great big party on St Patty's day and friends and family come over to join in a Irish dinner. Our home is warm and greeny. Love St' Patty's day and love the Pezzy Print charm packs. Thanks for giveaway
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  180. We spent the day in green short instead of green turtleneck sweaters. It's March right? Hopefully this won't be a sign that the summer will be a scorcher! The charm packs would make great table runner and placemats :)Thanks for participating in the blog hop!

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  181. I'm a new follower. If I had those pezzy prints I'd make a Sunbonnet Sue quilt with them. It's what I do. Thanks for letting us visit.

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  182. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm excited it's Friday and it looks like it should be really nice out this weekend.

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  183. The Pezzies would make a fun quilt! Thanks for participating.

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  184. hummmmm. Love those pezzies although I haven't had a chance to work with them yet. how Irish am I.... with a name of Tricia Shannon with Red hair and blue eyes,a Grandmother who's Maiden name was Kelly, I also have a quick temper and the ability to hold my Irish Whiskeys very well...lol I guess you can't almost get more Irish than that! I like spending St. Patrick's reading Celtic Myths help fresh homemade scones and teas. Making a True Celtic meal and putting some Tullymadew Whiskey in my Irish Coffee. Thanks for the chance to win your loving charms. HAGD!!! Form a new follower.
    Tricia
    quercus0828 at yahoo dot com

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