Made with Moxie: Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Week *CLOSED*

December 3, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Week *CLOSED*

**This giveaway is officially closed.** Howdy there! I'm Jill and welcome to Made with Moxie. Today I am offering one of my custom Carry All Clutches and Auriful threads as part of the Sew, Mama, Sew: Giveaway Week.
While the giveaways are what ya'll are here for, I've got to tell you that I added lots of new blogs to my Google Reader during the May SMS giveaway. And now, five months later, I have gained new friends, new skills, and participated in new swaps and events.Yeah, I got a little huggy on you there. Did you see the rainbow as that unicorn ran by?
The three ways to enter to win one of my Carry All Clutch bags:
  1. Leave a comment on this blog post. Tell me what what sewing skill you would like to learn this year.
  2. Decide my blog is awesome sauce. Follow my blog. Leave a comment telling me you did this. Current followers please enter too!
  3. 'Like' my Facebook Page. Leave me a comment and telling me you did.

The winner will be drawn Friday, December 7th at 5pm EST. International entries are welcome! (Who doesn't love airmail?) If you are a no-reply blogger, leave me your email address in your comment so I can contact you if you win.Please check your Google profile to ensure you "share your email address."
The Carry All Clutch has a lobster claw clasp to hook on your keys or clip it into your bag or a belt loop. Front pouch holds essential cards and license. Inside zippered pocket holds cellphone, chapstick, cash, etc. Large enough to fit iPhones, Droids, and Windows phones.

Winner will choose from one of the above four pattern choices. Two additional winners will be selected to win a sample pack of Aurifil thread.

So, stick around and become a follower. I'll teach you to make all sorts of awesome things. In between you can read about my misadventures in being a stay at home mom. Pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee. Make sure it isn't too hot; I don't want a lawsuit when you laugh so hard it shoots out your nose.

Welcome to Made with Moxie! And good luck!

739 comments:

  1. this year, i'd like to learn more about sewing with this "moxie" of which you speak... i'm intrigued.

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  2. also, i follow your blog. mostly so i can see the smiles of my favorite kiddos ever...

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  3. and fb too, of course. really, just shut this thing down and mail me that aurifil. mmkay?

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  4. Hell I would just like to learn to sew! Lol. Really all I know how to do is sew a seam and I am not even sure I do that right! jfsmith2004@yahoo.com

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  5. I like you on Facebook and IRL, yo! :)

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  6. I follow your blog like a hillbilly follows a Mt. Dew delivery truck.

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  7. I'd like to learn how to put snaps in a bag.

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  8. i really want to learn free motion quilting. this is the year!

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  9. i'm a follower! thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. hmmmmm, so much to learn. I'd like to get comfortable with piping this year. And (assuming I get the embroidery machine I've asked for from Santa) I want to learn lots of embroidery! simplybeu(at)gmail.com

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  11. Would love to learn to free motion quilt!

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  12. awesomsauce indeed. :) Glad to find and follow you. simplybeu(at)gmail.com

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  13. You have been "liked" on FB by Sara Beth Upshaw. :) simplybeu(at)gmail.com

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  14. I really woul LOVE to learn quilting.
    I'm a poor sewer, but I love handmade quilts and I'd love to make one for me and for each of my children !

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  15. I'd really love to improve my free motion quilting...It's so hard to do! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  16. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Something I've bought supplies for, but have yet to try is (Oh! Now I can't remember the name), we'll call it rouching with elastic thread.

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  17. I would love to learn paper piecing, but I better learn my left from my right first - ha ha !!!

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  18. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  19. i'm trying to master FMQ but i'm not spending enough time at it. i also want to make the texture sampler at mypatchwork, i think it would be fun to try all the blocks!

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  20. I would like to try my hand at making clothes.

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  21. I would like to try spaybasting this year, and also try a top zipper on a purse.

    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity - such a cute wallet!!

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  22. I would like to learn more about proper zipper installation!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!
    Julie

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  23. Also a new follower of your blog!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!
    Julie

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  24. Also a new follower on facebook. Thanks for a fun giveaway!

    Julie

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  25. I've been following your blog since the beginning. I'm still waiting for that jar of awesome sauce to show up in the mail. ;p

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  26. I would love to learn to make a bag or a clutch or something. I'm so intimidated by it though. So I stick to quilting. =)

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  27. I would like to be better at free motion quilting. I just need time to practice more!

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  28. And I'm going to follow you too! Cute blog and cute family!

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  29. I want learn how to sew a zipper into things, because it's one of those things that makes me a bit nervous.
    destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. you're awesome. I took a picture of the unicorn, but it was blurry so I didn't instagram it...

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  31. I also liked you on facebook :D
    destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  32. I want to work on finishing my first quilt and also on improving my general pattern-marking skills. Thanks!

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  33. i don't really want to learn to sew. but i do like watching how well you do it and benefitting from your super awesomeness.

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  34. My goal next year is to become a confident free motion quilter :)

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  35. And I like your Facebook page. Thanks!

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  36. Super cute! Thanks for the giveaway.
    I really need to improve my zipper skills. Not necessarily something new to learn I guess but it's something I need to be intentional about.

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  37. I would love to learn how to quilt eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  38. I'm a follower eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  39. I liked you on facebook. eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  40. Adorable clutches. I would like to learn to sew better with knits.

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  41. More FMQ patterns and tricks would be helpful. I would also like to learn more zipper techniques. They intimidate me.

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  42. Looks like I'm like several others - I plan to begin learning FMQ this year.

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  43. Free motion quilting! Thanks for the chance to win

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  44. Zippers, I can do them but it ain't pretty. Love your little clutch.

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  45. I am a follower/stalker of your awesome blog.

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  46. I like you....and I liked you on Facebook.

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  47. This year, sewing in general is what I am aiming to learn. I just got my new machine, and am overwhelmed at the possibilities! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I'm going to try my hand at a purse & some new curtains in the coming year. Watch out windows - you're about to be covered!

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  49. I'd love to keep improving my free motion skills and learn some new techniques/patterns

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  50. Invisible zippers. They are my nemesis.

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  51. Ooh what do I want to learn? Nothing specific, just everything I can! haha! Seriously, I am constantly on the prowl for new techniques and giving them a go! Thanks for the chance to win, and your daughter is ADORABLE btw!! :)

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  52. So thrilled to have found your blog! I think the SMS giveaways are brilliant for this reason alone! LOL!

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  53. I am going to work on applique this year....

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  54. I would like to improve my quilting skills.

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  55. I want to learn how to install zippers and make buttonholes next year? Thanks!

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  56. Definitely free motion quilting.

    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  57. I am a follower.

    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  58. Free motion quilting. But that's going to be after I learn how to quilt!

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  59. I would love to try my hand at paper piecing.

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  60. I'd like to improve my zipper sewing skillz! ;-)

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  61. I'd like to make a frame purse!

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  62. And now I'm following your FB page as well!

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  63. Thanks for this giveaway!!

    I really want to learn how to use a ruffler foot! But, I also want to learn to make garmets - I got my first real pattern recently and am nervous and excited to start!!

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  64. I want to make a framed hand bag/clutch next year

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  65. I would like to tackle some curved seams like the drunkards path block, or free motion quilting if I get the floating foot for my machine from Santa.

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  66. I am a new follower to your blog - you're pretty funny and no, my coffee is always cold because I have my hands busy typing - like now.

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  67. I clicked "like" on Facebook too.

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  68. I'd like to learn how to design some of my own patterns.

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  69. This year I'm going to learn how to walk past a fabric shop without going in. I've seen other people do it, so it must be possible. Hints and tips greatly appreciated!

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  70. definitely need to learn more about zippers

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  71. I am hoping to learn English Paper Piecing this year. Thanks!!

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  72. I want to try to EPP this year as well as work on my Y-seams.

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  73. Thanks for offering such a generous giveaway! I am learning FMQ and want to master feathers! It may take years!

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  74. I have subscribed through Reader! Thanks again!

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  75. I have 7 tops that I've been afraid to quilt so I better learn how to stitch in the ditch and finish them! Thanks for sharing!

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  76. I want to learn to sew with laminated cotton this year!

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  77. I must learn to properly miter corners! thanks
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  78. Liked on fb!
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  79. Actually I am not sure what exactly sewing skill I will learn

    Great prize

    Thank you :)

    violet_bg1(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  80. I want to improve my free motion quilting skills. All I need is more time to practice...

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  81. I'd really love to take the plunge and try some freemotion on my next quilt. I'll have to test out my skills on some scraps first.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  82. I would love to learn paper piecing!

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  83. I would love to learn how to sew with knits
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  84. GFC blog follower- mframe00
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  85. I'd like to learn to put in an invisible zipper! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  86. Really cute clutch! I'd like to finally actually really truly make (read "finish") a quilt, although I don't think it'll happen in 2012, it just could happen in 2013...

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  87. I would love to learn how to make a dress.

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  88. I want to learn how to sew perfect zippers so I can make lots of cute pouches

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  89. I want to tackle a zipper this year! Thank you for the give away :)

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  90. great zippy pouches yall!!! i learn how to sew tings every day (not really EVERY) and then i always think, that was EASY!!! thanks

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  91. Your blog is definitely awesome sauce :) Super looking clutches - yum!!!

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  92. This is fabulous! I'd love to learn to do piping better!

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  93. Also, I follow you in my google reader!

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  94. So cute! This year I've got to finally tackle the darn button hole. Maybe one day...
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  95. i would like to learn to sew for me this year

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  96. I'd love to learn how to do ruffles. I'm a little embarrassed to admit I've never tried them...
    Mindy at thepracticalmomshop5 (at)gmail (dot) com

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  97. I would like to learn how to do better pleats. I tried making something this summer that had a couple pleats and realized that I need way more practice at it.

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  98. I'd like to learn how to smock in the new year.

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  99. I am going to try hexagons (handstitched). I will attempt it anyways :) I am a follower!!!

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  100. I would like to learn to make quilts.

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  101. I would love to learn hand applique.

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  102. I would like to learn more about paper piecing. I've done some, but still need the seam ripper....a lot.

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  103. of course i follow you, your awesome!

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  104. I really want to get better at adjusting patterns.

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  105. You are awesome. I would like more practice with free motion quilting so my stitches are neater.

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  106. I'm a quilter and I'd finally love to tackle piecing curves!

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  107. I really want to learn more embroidery. I just love it so far.

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  108. I've said this for a while now, but still haven't managed to getting around to learn it... I would like to learn free motion quilting. It's only a matter of getting that darn walking foot for my machine, but I have yet to do so.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  109. I'd really like to learn the hang of free-motion quilting, because I apparently am so bad at it. But that might be the fault of my very simple sewing machine as well lol. And also paper piecing is a complete foreign world to me.

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  110. I follow your blog through Google Reader :)

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  111. Awesome design.

    I'd love to learn how to work with knits confidently.

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  112. probably free motion quilting, though that was this years goal too

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  113. I really wish I could learn and master stippling/freehand meandering quilting.

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  114. I wish to learn to sew with silks :) find it very tough :) Thanks!

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  115. I would love to learn paper piecing and free motion quilting!

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  116. I want to learn how to sew in zippers.

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  117. I just want to sew more and become better at just sewing!

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  118. I'd love to learn how to hand quilt. I've been meaning to give it a go, but haven't had the time to dedicate to it.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  119. Thank you so much for the giveaway! I love the clutches. This year, I want to learn how to hand quilt well.

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  120. And, I'm a follower via Google Reader

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  121. I'd love to learn to quilt as I go this year. (email motherissues at gmail dot com, since I think wordpress profiles don't pass that through to blogger)

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  122. I would love to learn how to do piping this year

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  123. The clutches are lovely, thank you for sharing. I would like to overcome my fear of putting in zips!
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  124. Love those clutches. I hope to learn how to sew zippers better.

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  125. I am a new follower. One of the nice things about these giveaway days/weeks is that you get to visit some lovely new blogs too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  126. I want to learn to quilt, so do to that I need some more thread ;)

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  127. I just want to try to sew a bit more correct and detailed...
    Have a nice christmas time...

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  128. I'd like to learn some embroidery skills to add to my sewing projects :)
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  129. I would like to learn to free motion quilt.

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  130. I want to learn free motion quilting!

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  131. I am a new follower because you used awesomesauce in your blog post. :D

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  132. I'd like to get good at free motion quilting.

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  133. Zippers... I've done one before, but only with my mother standing behind me guiding me step by step. I'd love to just be able to whip something up with a zipper and not really have to think about it :) footprint13@gmail.com

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  134. I'd like to get better at paper piecing-such sharp points!

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  135. I would like to learn to sew a button on. Or to thread my sewing machine that I currently use as an end table. :) I really do want to learn the basics so I can be crafty and have fun!

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  136. I really want to learn to do cathedral windows and sewing curves, thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. I already knew you were awesome sauce (and follow your blog), but after seeing how many comments I had to scroll past, I'm excited to see how many other people are seeing it too!

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  138. I would love to learn to make clothing. For some reason, it always scares me!

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  139. I'm following your blog

    dfne at peterjh dot wanadoo dot co dot uk

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  140. I would like to have the courage to try using shirring elastic in my sewing machine bobbin!


    dfne at peterjh dot wanadoo dot co dot uk

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  141. I'd like to learn to free motion quilt beyond just stippling. More complex patterns have scared me off so far!

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  142. I want to learn how to do better piping.
    Thanks!
    Jess in ON
    jess [dot] whyte at that gmail.com place

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  143. I'd like to teach myself hand quilting this year...not that I have the time for it. But I'd like to learn how to anyway.

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  144. I am a very happy follower. Thank you for the giveaway.

    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  145. I just like learn all sort of new sewing techniques.

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  146. There are so many things I would like to learn this coming year. Top on the list is free motion quilting. Up until the 90's I did almost all hand quilting. Now that I have started up again I would love to be able to have quilts that look good but can be finished so much faster (plus these 60yo hands aren't up to doing it all by hand)
    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  147. I like your facebook page.
    thelady(at)hotmail.com

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  148. I got a used long arm machine earlier this year and haven't had much time to use it. My list is endless, but I think that one is at the top right now.

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  149. and just liked you on facebook :-)

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  150. I would really like to learn how to create my own custom patterns!
    I LOVE the clutches btw!
    kjjharrison(at)gmail(dot)com

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