Monday, July 22, 2013

Lark Cottons Giveaway and Discount Code


Have you visited Lark Cottons?  They are one of the fabric shops that sponsor my blog and they have a fantastic selection of fabrics - including the new Briar Rose.  Plus, they offer the option to purchase fabrics in 1/4 yard increments.


Lark Cottons is offering a chance for one lucky person to to win a $25 gift certificate to their shop.

You have 3 chances to win!

1. To enter, simply leave a comment on this post. Any comment will do but if you'd like a topic, how about recommending a good book - an exciting novel you just couldn't put down, a fun book for kids, a quilting book, or even a cookbook? (one entry)

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2. Plum and June followers - old and new - get a second entry. Leave a comment indicating how you are following. (one entry)

3. Visit Lark Cottons and then come back here to leave a comment about your favorite fabric(s) from their shop.  (one entry)

So you can enter up to 3 times - just leave a separate comment for each one! This giveaway will remain open until Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 11:59pm PDT and a winner will be picked at random and will be notified by email.  And unless you are sure that you are NOT a no-reply comment, please leave your email address in your comment.

****Lark Cottons is offering a discount code for 10% off orders placed today through Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at midnight PDT using code plum1307****  Please note - the code is case sensitive and gets entered on the shopping cart page.

The Giveaway is now closed.  The winner is Lee who said:  "Mystery - Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley - fabulous series and fun!"

308 comments:

  1. I recently read "Let the Great World Spin" by Colum McCann - it was really refreshing and spell-binding. It's based in New York City.

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  2. I'm loving their selection of Field Study. Thanks for the chance!

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  3. I haven't gotten much time to read lately... but my favorite cookbook right now is by Pioneer Woman. She has step by step photos with her recipes, and everything looks so delicious... and now I'm hungry, haha!

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  4. Haven't read much since I started quilting/sewing a few weeks ago. But one of my favorite series is Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove books; which incidentally has just been made into a tv series (first episode was very good).

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  5. I love the Jane Austen classics, especially Pride & Prejudice. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. I like Lark Cotton's selection. I'd say my two favorites have to be Briar Rose and Avalon. :)

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  7. I love all of the Anne of Green Gables books - I've been re-reading them as an adult and they are still really cute :)

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  8. I love the Seaside Rollie Pollie!

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  9. I'd suggest a favorite Minnesota storyteller, Kevin Kling. His book, The Dog Says How - though a slim volume - is really a fun set of stories for bedtime (adults and kids.)

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  10. I follow via Blogger/google friend connect.

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  11. I love the Briar Rose Collection, but I also really like the Marmalade as well.

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  12. Hi. I would recommend Life After Life by Kate Atkinson - a brilliant read, you will love it.

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  13. My favorite at Lark (besides all that Briar Rose!) is probably the Moda Origins graph paper print. A pretty basic.

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  14. I just bought the Martha Stewart crafts for kids book for my little crafter! It sounds awesome, can't wait for it to arrive!

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  15. My favorite book/movie right now is the Host. I liked the detailed thoughts and ideas by the characters.

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  16. I just started following with bloglovin

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  17. I just downloaded a book on my Kindle "The Walk" by Richard Paul Evans and just by reading the first chapter, I know it's going to be the kind of book I will find hard to put down!

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  18. For me, it is hard to beat Glimma anywhere

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  19. I love, love the Briar Rose collection. I can see a quilt made for my granddaughter from that.

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  20. Just finished reading The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh and loved it. Bouquets from the supermarket will never be the same again :)

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  21. There's a lot of cute stuff in the sale section (castle peeps!) but Briar Rose is kinda top of the list :)

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  22. I follow you from Bloglovin' but I am still able to link from Blogger dashboard...

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  23. A good book...I haven't read a good book in a while buti love Nicholas sparks and Ina garden has the best cook books!

    Spolgar89@gmail.com

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  24. I follow you with blog lovin

    Spolgar89 at gmail dot com

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  25. Liking the Boho collection at Lark Cottons

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  26. I'm not much of a reader but my all time favorite book is "Redeeming Love" by Francine Rivers!

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  27. I'm a follower of yours for sure!!

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  28. Briar Rose with those precious little honey bees ... to die for!

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  29. I loved the book "In a Sunburned Country" by Bill Bryson. Very funny!

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  30. Love the 3 choices you highlighted :-) I had not heard of lark cottons....gives me another place to feed my addiction :-)

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  31. I love the technicolor hexagons - all of them. In fact using some this afternoon in a pouch I am making.

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  32. Oh my goodness, they have some pieces from Chrysalis! On sale. Love those.

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  33. I am a follower...on Bloglovin'!

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  34. I do love the textures that they (Lark Cottons) carry!

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  35. Just finished The Tennis Partner and really enjoyed it. It explores the relationship of an established doctor with a resident becoming one.

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  36. I love origins graph paper (reminds me of hs and college) and I'm still looking for more of the architextures line and they have them in stock :)

    Spolgar89 at gmail dot com

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  37. I'm still pondering Briar Rose

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  38. I love comma starting my second quilt with it right now!

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  39. Really never been a reader Current favorite quilt book Quilting Modern

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  40. I've been reading Highlights with my children and trying the crafts to keep them busy this summer. No gorwn up reading while they are home for me.
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  41. Right now I'm reading Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz. I think it's the fourth in the Odd Thomas series.

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  42. I follow with bloglovin.

    mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com

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  43. Sadly I haven't read any great books lately. I will be reading everyone's comments for some good suggestions.

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  44. I make baby quilts, and fell in love with Once Upon a Time | Starry Skies Butter Pink.

    mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com

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  45. Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway. I like the boho collection.

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  46. My favorite at Lark is Tula Pinks Birds and Bees.

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  47. Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger is brilliant.

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  48. I find any cookbook by nigel slater inspiring.

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  49. I really love Briar Rose but it was a toughie as they have so much beautiful stuff!

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  50. I love "Library Lion" for kids and "Frindle" for those who are just a bit older - great reads. My favorite quilting book is Sunday Morning Quilts - love scrappy! Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  51. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  52. Loving Glimma in Kulla Tangerine

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  53. Architextures is my favorite line at Lark fabrics - love it!!!

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  54. Cool thanks! My favorite book right now is Liberty Love. Can't wait to try the Marcelle Medallion pattern.

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  55. I'm recommending Patchwork Please!:)

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  56. reading womanly dominion by mark chanski right now--great book!

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  57. What a cool Giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!
    For older children (girls) I would recommend the Flambards books by K.M. Peyton. They are from the 70s, but still great. At least if you like to read about the time around WW I and if you love horses.

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  58. I follow you via google friend connect.

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  59. I think aviary sparrows in lilac though there's sooo many pretty ones!

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  60. I follow on Bloglovin'. Thanks

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  61. I really like Briar Rose,especially the hexi bees! Thanks

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  62. I tend to read fiction, so any new releases goes onto my waiting list! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  63. I'm reading 'Gone Girl' by Gillian Flynn at the moment!
    Brilliant!

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  64. A children's series that is still re-read long into adulthood by many is the Swallows&Amazons series by Arthur Ransome. 1930's books about kids messing about in boats, having camping adventures etc.

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  65. I love Briar Rose - Frog Pond!

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  66. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  67. My favorite thing at lark cottons is glimma

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  68. Thanks Beth, I just read The Hundred Year old Man whi clibmed out of a window and disapeared. - a bit like forest gump, but swedish.

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  69. ... and I clearly can't spell! I also follow you!

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  70. FOLLOW 'PLUM+JUNE' >BLOG LOVIN'!

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  71. HELLO,ENJOYED "KILLING LINCOLN".
    THANKS FOR SHARING A GREAT GIVEAWAY!

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  72. VISITED THEIR SHOP>LIKE "BRIAR ROSE"!
    THANKS!

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  73. I love the Briar Rose | Frog Pond Blue print from Lark. Thanks!

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  74. I am reading Jack Reacher books by Lee Child. Awesome! Thanks!

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  75. Lark is new to me, but I love the option of 1/4 yys.
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  76. love the cardinals on turquoise: Santa Claus is coming to town

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  77. Love thr Architextures -interesting solids at Lark.

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  78. I follow your blog....and love it!

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  79. Final entry answering my favorite question: check out "A Sense of an Ending" by Julian Barnes. Excellent book!

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  80. I just finished reading Daughter of Smoke & Bone and Days of Blood & Starlight. They were amazing if you enjoy YA fantasy!

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  81. I loved Shell Seekers by Rosamund Pilcher. Fab book!!

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  82. I'm a follower with bloglovin'! mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  83. The Briar rose fabrics are just beautiful!mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  84. I am reading the Blossom Street novels by Debbie Maccomber, Just can't put them down!
    mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  85. I really love the Odds & Ends - Junk Drawer, and the entire Architextures line! They're so fun and different!

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  86. i love the for the love of quilt series of books. they are really great reads. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  87. i love the briar rose collection. so many patterns would work great with this fabric. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  88. I am enjoying Trisha Yearwood's cookbook. So many favorites! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. i follow you via email and look forward to receiving it. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  90. Love the new book Modern Holiday by Amanda Murphy!

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  91. I've just finished reading a book called The Atlantis Gene by A.G. Riddle. It's a technothriller, and the author's first novel and I loved it. Looking forward to book 2 this fall.

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  92. My favorite read of the year so far is "Me Before You" by Jojo Moyes... I highly recommend it!

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  93. I follow your blog via Bloglovin

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  94. I love the Modern Whimsy fabrics at Lark Cottons

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  95. I like the Mod Basics prints on their New Arrivals page!

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  96. I just finished the most recent novel in Deborah Geary's Modren Witch series... I love these books, they are just so much fun, and I adore the people in the world she has created. Thanks for this giveaway-and this question. I'm going through comments and adding to my To Read list!

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  97. i follow you on blog lovin
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  98. i love reading books by Beatrice Small
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  99. i love the new Briar Rose, the little bee's are so cute

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  100. I'm not a reader at all. It's hard for me to concentrate on reading. I always think of other things and I have to start over and over again so I rather don't read. I'm following via bloglovin.

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  101. The book, Patisserie. It is nothing but food porn. At 5.5 lbs, this pink book with it's 3200 photographs is like walking into a French pastry shop. Please wear a bib while paging through it and eat before, because you will be drooling and hungry. My oldest daughter's best friend is studying pastry and will be getting one for Christmas. As will I and my daughter (we live 1700 miles apart).

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  102. I've just finished The Remains of the Day - was really impressed by the quality of the writing - I reached the end and realised how the plot just evolved.

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  103. I like the Colin Dexter, author of the Inspector Morse novels. My favorite reads are non fiction historical books.

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  104. My new favorite fabric is Bella / Cal Schrooner. Nice cool colors.

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  105. I don't seem to get time to read real books anymore, but adore quilting books, my newest purchase is Lu Summers Quilt Improv book, i did the class with her at FQR and it was fab, she's a great teacher, and the book is well worth a purchase (not released until September in the shops though). x

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  106. I do follow you, but not through any of the fancy tools, I have my reading list on the side of my home page, and it updates when you post. Does that count? :o)

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  107. The book I love is Sunday Morning Quilts by Amanda Jean Nyberg & Cheryl Arkison.

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  108. I follow Plum and June through Bloglovin.

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  109. My favorite fabric in their shop is Briar Rose | Strawberry Pink - JULY!

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  110. And it has to be Briar Rose, i love it!!

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  111. i love all the Peter Robertson books

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  112. These fabrics have the best color combinations!

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  113. Oh thanks for the chance to win!

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  114. I like the glimma line and don't have a good enough excuse to buy it!

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  115. Thanks for the chance!
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  116. I follow you thru email!
    contentncn at yahoo dot com

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  117. I like the "Beauty is You!"
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  118. I mostly read quilt blogs (hangs head in shame), but my 8yo reads night and day and he has just finished the Septimus Heap series, which he enjoyed SO much. Thanks!!

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  119. I follow you via my Reader (Feedly). Thank you!

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  120. I was fairly sure I wouldn't win, and I saw some fabric that I've been wanting, so I went ahead and placed an order. Surely going ahead and BUYING what I liked counts in place of coming back and telling you what I really like! I promise I will place another order if I win the gift certificate! thanks!

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  121. I would love to get my hands on Briar Rose! Strawberries and honeycomb are my favorites!

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  122. Thanks for the giveaway. linhs4real@aol.com

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  123. Follow you through Bloglovin! linhs4real@aol.com

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  124. Crushing on some Briar Rose right now. Linhs4real@aol.com

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  125. thanks for the tip, Beth. I'll have to check them out!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  126. and I follow you through Bloglovin'!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  127. I love the briar rose fabric! It is so cute! I also already follow . I follow thru e-mail and I love your blog. Thank so much for the chance to win. marbkfly@yahoo.com

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  128. You can't go wrong with a classic...Jane Eyre is a favorite of mine.

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  129. I also follow you on bloglovin

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  130. I loved the book Drop Dead Healthy by AJ Jacobs.

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  131. I love Glimma and still haven't gotten any. I'm glad to see they still have it.

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  132. Old follower here! Bloglovin and email, just so I don't miss:)

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  133. I love the Mystery quilt books by Terri Thayer. Funny with suspense, perfect.

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  134. Really loving the Technicolor at Lark cottons. Will have to get some of that asap!

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  135. I'm reading the secret garden to my kids this summer. I loved that book as a I'd so thought t would be a fun family book to read together:)

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  136. Oooo, I can't wait to see what everyone makes from Briar Rose!

    One of the best books I read is called Raptor Red. Not really my normal taste, but it was so exciting and interesting. I recommend it for anyone 13 and up.

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  137. Right now I am terracing the Honor series by David Weber.

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  138. Rereading "Cold Sassy Tree" by Olive Ann Burns, one of my favorites.
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  139. Follow you on Bloglovin'
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  140. Love the Innocent Crush collection
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  141. I love to read Janet Evanovich.

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  142. I like Architextures and Glimma!

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  143. Hmmmmm, there are so many great fabrics that I love here. My favorite is Architextures, but there is also some Haven's Edge in the sale section.

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  144. I have not read any books lately....but I have been reading some Nancy Drew

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  145. Lark Cottons has wonderful fabrics! I love Noteworthy's paisley.

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  146. I follow you via email and Facebook. Thanks for your great blog!

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  147. You book question is great! I love seeing what other people are reading. I just finished reading The Great Gatsby for probably the forth or fifth time. The prose is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  148. Thanks for the giveaway! I just finished "Between Heaven and Texas" by Marie Bostwick, and I recommend it!

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