Monday, November 25, 2013

Thanksgiving Giveaway!


Nothing like shoving a king size quilt through my JUKI to bind! I'm so happy to have this done and ready to put only bed! The Santa Kitchen Sink quilt! With all of the great blocks from all of you!
Click to see the quilt pictures while I was making this quilt! Feeling DEJAVU from last year's picture below!

                          


Do you see your SNATA blocks in this shot? ;-)  I'm so happy to have it on my bed!

GIVEAWAY!!

Leave me a comment about What Your FAVORITE Thanksgiving Dish is!
(and if you see your Santa block!)

I'll pick a winner Monday after Thanksgiving, 9 a.m.

Winner will receive a bundle of my SONNET Fabrics!


193 comments:

  1. Hi Victoria! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! I dont see my Santa block but maybe its hanging over the edge of the bed or something! I love love love our familys Cheesy Tooter Taters, OMG they are the best thing ever and yes, they make us TOOT but we still cant get enough of them every year! LOL!

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  2. The Santa Kitchen Sink quilt looks fabulous! I would say my new favorite dish is high fiber Sonnet Fabrics. I also love cornbread stuffing with pecans and apples, oh yum, brussel sprouts. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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  3. my favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal is the pumpkin pie! no kidding I love it and only make it at Thanksgiving to keep it special - I could eat a whole one myself.

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  4. I make a rice dressing with ground beef and eggplant that my sons love. It is a recipe I got from my mom about 40 years ago.

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  5. We don't have traditional mashed potatoes, rather we have twice baked potatoes. They kids would mutiny if we didn't!

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  6. Yes! I found my Santa block! Such a gorgeous quilt, and a thrill to see it put to use.
    Turkey with cranberry sauce and gravy is pretty awesome stuff, but fave Thanksgiving dish has to be pumpkin pie: after the turkey; as a midnight snack; makes a lovely breakfast; and just another little slice (is there any whipped cream/ice cream left?). Yup, I'd better bake two.

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  7. pumpkin pie, of course. and I enjoyed my Thanksgiving dinner five weeks ago, since I'm Canadian. thanks for the chance to win your fabrics.

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  8. I love fresh cranberry sauce. Truly! It's my favorite. I am also loving your new fabric. Thank you for the chance to win and happy Thankgiving!

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  9. Pecan Pie is my favorite! Love the quilt!

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  10. the cornbread dressing (as we say in Texas) is my favorite tho I can never make it as good as my MIL did. then there's the fresh cranberry orange relish I make that is right up there as well. and I would LOVE to add that stack of Sonnet to my studio!

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  11. Favorite is a sweet potato casserole that was called "muggin" in our home, I don't know why the name, but I love it no matter what it is called. Mashed sweet potatoes, pecans a marshmallow topping with pumpkin pie spice, lemon and orange juices, eggs and butter. It puffs up and then sighs and looses all its height like a fallen souffle.

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  12. Pumpkin Pie is my absolute favorite to eat on Thanksgiving Day (but not store bought, has to be homemade because I hold the cloves and the stores load up on putting cloves in there)! Great work on binding the giant Santa quilt! Happy Thanksgiving Victoria!

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  13. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! The Santa Quilt is awesome! So many fun and lovely things to look at! Our favorite dish is a lightened up version of sweet potato casserole. Very much a special occasion dish!

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  14. gravy ! Does that count as a dish??? Well, it just has to, cause it's my favorite - I make it my special way, and I love love love it! Gravy on turkey, gravy on dressing, gravy on mashed potatoes... and leftover gravy on an openfaced sandwich!!!!
    The Santa quilt it fabulous, and yes, my block it in there...

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  15. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the mashed potato casserole that my step mom makes. You can't beat mashed potatoes with cheese and sour cream topped with crumbled potato chips! Have a safe trip and a Happy Thanksgiving Victoria!

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  16. My favorite is a cranberry salad that is similar to the one my mom used to make. I could eat the whole thing by myself- really. I need to make it more than once a year. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  17. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is my son-in-law's mother's sweet potato casserole. YUM!!!

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  18. My fav is the sweet potato casserole that my mom introduced to our Thanksgiving table years ago (oh yeah, the homemade noodles are right up there, too!). I didn't see my Santa block cuz I didn't make one (oops). Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  19. My favorite dish is sweet potato casserole. I top it with a praline topping and it's so good we would eat it all day. So yummy like dessert.

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  20. My favorite Thanksgiving treat is my mother's cinnamon rolls. They are not the ooey-gooey breakfast type, but more like decadent dinner rolls - so ultra-yummy (just like your Sonnet fabric!!). Happy Turkey Day!

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  21. Happy Thanksgiving! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Turkey and gravy. Unfortunately my family does not like turkey, so we don't fix one for Thanksgiving :-( So I enjoy my second favorite. Pumpkin pie :-)

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  22. I love your quilt. I love pumpkin roll with cream cheese filling. Thanks for the chance

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  23. My Grandma's Cream Cheese Pie. The only problem is she took the recipe to the grave with her and even though I've tried a few recipes that I have found around I haven't ever been able to replicate it. That quilt is AWESOME!! :D

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  24. Unfortunately no Thanksgiving for us here in Australia and I'm always jealous and want to try some of the food that is mentioned this time of year esp the pumkin pie it just sounds lovely.

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  25. Oh, I don't know - it's too hard to pick one favorite!!! I like my dark meat turkey with gravy, my sister's sweet potatoes, my mashed potatoes, my sister in law's apple pie!!! It's all good.
    I don't see my block but I'm sure it's there!

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  26. I like orange jello with pineapple YUM

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  27. I can't decide if it's the pumpkin pie or the mounds of REAL whipped cream that makes it hard to find the pie! Enjoying leftover pie while fondling my new Sonnet Fabrics would be wonderful!!!!

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  28. Love the fresh cranberry sauce! Thanks for a great giveaway ;-)

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  29. Mashed potato casserole and all the trimmings---What is there not to like about every dish on the Thanksgiving Table. YUM!!!

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  30. Tofurkey and gravy, of course!!! Although I love just about everything about the Thanksgiving meal, we just do it veggie style and no sugar, I know it sounds impossible, but its not!!! yummmmmm

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  31. Happy Thanksgiving!!! My favorite dish is my mother's Sweet Potato Casserole with cinnamon, pecans, and brown sugar on top!!!

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  32. You have a beautiful view thru your windows while you sew. I would probably no get much done looking at the view. My favorite dish is the gravy. Turkey and potatoes would be bare without it.

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  33. That's a great quilt! I love cornbread dressing and of course pumpkin pie!

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  34. My favorite Thanksgiving dish would have to be herb stuffing with gravy. It makes hungry just thinking about it. I can't wait till Thursday!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family .

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  35. I love turnkey so much I didn't wait for Thursday -- I roasted one last Tuesday. Beautiful quilt. Unfortunately, no block of mine in that beautiful quilt. Wasn't on my radar yet, apparently. Thanks for your giveraway and enjoy Thanksgiving!

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  36. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the turkey, the star of the show! I also see my Santa block in the quilt! It's the tiny Santa surrounded by red HSTs.

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  37. My very favorite dish is creamed onions. I know, weird. I could eat them all day! Don't see my block but DO see a bunch o' cute ones!

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  38. Favorite is my Mamaw's sweet potato casserole. The. Best. The Santa quilt is fabulous!!

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  39. My favorite dishes are dressing with gravy and the turkey.

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  40. I love pumpkins squares which is a yummy yummy dessert. Thank you so much for giveaway! Super sweet. Love the Quilt!!

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  41. Pumpkin pie...I'm allergic to turkey.

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  42. my dressing, lots of sage, and i can eat on it till the whole big huge bowl is gone, then hold out till Christmas

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  43. Turkey, turkey leftovers, turkey tacos, turkey curry, turkey sandwiches... turkey, turkey, turkey, yum.

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  44. That sure is a beautiful quilt and a fabulous way to decorate the bed for the Christmas season. My favorite Thanksgiving dish(es) would be the turkey, REAL mashed potatoes, stuffing and lots of gravy. Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  45. Your quilt is so beautiful. I think I need a Juki...

    My favorite Thanksgiving foodstuff is pumpkin pie. Homemade is best, but I even like the mediocre pies from the store, I'm not picky :)

    thanks for hosting the giveaway - Happy Thanksgiving!

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  46. The stuffing my mom would make from an early 1960s Betty Crocker cookbook. The best!

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  47. Potatoes variety and pie's are my favorite dishes. Happy Thanks Giving Day.

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  48. Happy Thanksgiving!
    We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in the UK but at Christmas I like mince pies!

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  49. I go crazy for eggnog during the holidays! lol

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  50. We love deep fried turkey at our home. My wife would love this prize. Thanks.

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  51. Have a great Thanksgiving! If the giveaway is open to international people, I'd like my name in the hat, but if postage is too much don't worry. We don't have TG here in the UK, but for xmas I'm all for tradition and it isn't xmas dinner for me without sage and onion stuffing :)

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  52. It is sweet Potatoes for me. Your quilt is Awesome!

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  53. I live in Australia but this year we are having a Thanksgiving dinner. Roast Chicken and plenty of Yummy veggies! Love your quilt! Have a great Thanksgiving. :)

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  54. I´m sorry to say, that we don´t have Thanks giving in Sweden. We will wait until Christmas to treat us with our favorite treats. My favorite Christmas treat is grilled ham.
    Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  55. We don't do thanksgiving in the UK..... but turkey is good anytime of year!

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  56. Happy Thanksgiving! The quilt looks gorgeous!!

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  57. peach chantilly! its a desert pie made with brandy, peaches and sweet potatoes. old new orleans recipe
    deb

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  58. My favorite dish is Mom's candied sweet potatoes. Mmmmmmm goooood. However, I will eat sweet potatoes any which way they are prepared. yumm yumm.

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  59. Happy thanksgiving! My favorite thanksgiving dish is sweet potatoe pie, my nephew makes it and won't share his secret on how he makes it. Enjoy your family.

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  60. My favorite dish is the stuffing! your quilt is gorgeous! Thanks for a a great giveaway!

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  61. I love fruit cocktail - a tin of fruit cocktail, drained and added to whipped cream - yum!! Weird but yes it is yummy and we do eat it with the turkey!!

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  62. My favorite dish is stuffing! Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  63. My favorite is a sweet potato dish that is made with butter, brown sugar and mandarin oranges. It is truly delicious.

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  64. Pumpkin pie for breakfast the day after!!! Mmmmmmm......

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  65. I know just what that struggle is...lol All that fabric; but isn't it so worth it!!! Your quilt in gorgeous, just stunning. Thank you for the giveaway....I love pumpkin pie...

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  66. My sweet potato casserole with yummy pecans on top! I want that fabric! Hehehehe. ox

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  67. Happy T Day Victoria - travel safely in this weather. My fav dish is stuffing -

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  68. Pumpkin and Pecan Pie are my favorites and don't forget the whipped cream!

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  69. Stuffing! Thanks for the chance!

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  70. I love these yearly "bonus" block quilts! What a great idea and they look so great!
    As for a favorite dish, now that's hard to decide. I guess I always think of roasted root vegetables with coriander butter.
    Have a great Thanksgiving"
    Suzanneyerks@gmail.com

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  71. Oh I love it all... but I am quite partial to my apple pie with a crumbly top!

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  72. Oyster stuffing, yum!!!! Not that that's all I'll be eating. :-D

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  73. I love your quilt-- and most Thanksgiving dishes. My favorite is cranberry orange nut bread with cream cheese. Ever since I was a kid, having a slice for breakfast while I watched the parades on TV is the way the day started.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  74. Your Santa quilt is fabulous!
    Favorite dish is the stuffing. I use Portuguese sausage in it and everyone seems to love it!

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  75. Ha, my favorite is the gravy made from the bits and pieces from the roasted turkey. I don't care if I have nothing to put it on, could it like a stew! :-) Hope I win the bundle.

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  76. My favorite is a Pennsylvania-Dutch stuffing which uses both bread and mashed potatoes. I've made it for years after learning it from my mother-in-law.

    Thanks for the giveaway. Your quilt is fabulous!

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  77. Your quilt is beautiful! My favorite dish is mince-meat pie served warm. Yummy.

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  78. Yay! I spy my Santa+orange in your quilt. Whose side is it on...yours or Michael's. I need to know!

    Thanksgiving favorite in our house is my grandmother-in-law's cornbread dressing recipe. She was a Southern lady who really knew her way around the kitchen! Would also like to have Deb's recipe for Peach Chantilly...sounds wonderful for any occasion!

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  79. SNATA block? LOL! It would not be Thanksgiving at our house without Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish. Every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving Susan Stamberg 'delivers' the recipe on Morning Edition (NPR). My own tradition is to pull out the written recipe, jotted down by a colleague on the back of a catalog card (back when we worked in a library that had a paper catalog). Here is a link to the archived broadcasts: http://www.npr.org/series/4175681/susan-stamberg-s-cranberry-relish-tradition

    P.S. Thanks for the giveaway offer!

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  80. My mother's sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes, heated thru and drained, lots of butter, sugar, cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice, then top with marshmallows (toast the marshmallows). My oldest son calls these his 'dessert' veggie. He will only eat a few veggies ever (and he's 23). Happy Thanksgiving!

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  81. Aunt Roseanne's winter squash! Butternut, garlic, sweet red peppers all roasted to perfection with olive oil and topped with parm! Enjoy Seattle.

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  82. I love the cream cheese stuffed celery stalks the best. That dish we have all year long but at Thanksgiving time is best! Jane

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  83. What a fun quilt this is! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the dessert- chocolate pecan pie. I also love chipotle mashed sweet potatoes.

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  84. I do see my block in there! Not only was it fun to make because it was going to you but I made it in Michigan at a Gwen retreat :0). Gotta love that turkey stuffing.......lots of celery and onions with the smell of sage...yum yum! Happy Thanksgiving !!!

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  85. Yes I saw my nine patch block! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. My pecan pie. That's it - I love pecan pie. I think the recipe came from my grandmother - my mom use to make it all the time. I make my own crust also. Congratulations on getting the quilt bound!

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  87. I seen my block. Pumpkin pie and whip cream has to be my favorite. None of children or husband like it so I only get it at Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  88. My fave dish is my mothers homemade stuffing yum, thanks for the giveaway and great quilt you have.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  89. My favorite Thanksgiving food--leftovers! It seems like everything tastes better the next day, and then we just keep feasting without having more work! Also Hollandaise sauce which my kids called Holidays sauce when they little.

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  90. I love all the dishes but especially the cranberry relish made from my Mother's recipe.
    Cheers -- ebwhite11026 at sbcglobal ... net

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  91. It's cold enough here in MN to snuggle under a cuddly warm Santa quilt, that's for sure! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a wild rice pilaf recipe by the Angry Trout in Grand Marais!! Yum! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  92. I love the stuffing with gravy. A once a year treat.

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  93. Pecan pie, only have it thanksgiving and christmas

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  94. Lets be honest, it's the real whipping cream on top of that real pumpkin pie!

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  95. Love love love the Christmas quilt... Also love your fabric. My fav for Thanksgiving is green beans with ham and onions.yum!Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  96. Love your quilt. Your work inspires me! Thank you! I make chocolate french silk pie every year (twice, TG and Christmas) and it is a family all-time favorite, handed down from grandmother. Thank you for the giveaway. I am very excited about your new line!

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  97. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is ~ sliced brussel sprouts sauted with onions and garlic then add crushed roasted filberts (it's a nut in case you don't know) and a bit of agave ~ then bake in the oven till hot. It's yummy!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Oh, that quilt is fantastic!

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  98. My favorite dish is stuffing! With loads of onions and celery.

    Fun giveaway!

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  99. I love stuffing with sausage and raisins.

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  100. I hope you are having a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is our families Sweet Potato Casserole. I will take another helping of that over dessert any day!! except for my grandmother's coconut cake or banana pudding. Those still come first.

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  101. Love the Christmas quilt! Cranberry Upside down cake that I make twice a year, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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  102. I love pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream. Yummo!! Had a blast in your class last week in Overland Park, Kansas...have lots of ideas for my made fabric spinning in my head! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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  103. Happy Thanksgiving!!! I LOVE your quilt. I also love your 15 Minutes Play book it inspired me in making a Scraps to Treasure quilt challenge. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is "Stuffing" from inside the turkey.

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  104. I love the scalloped potatoes and then next close second would be the Broccoli slaw!
    cjpike (at) Indiana (dot) edu

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  105. My favorite is cracker stuffing made with my great, great grandmother's recipe.

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  106. What a great holiday quilt. This time of year I live for pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting

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  107. My fave Thanksgiving dish is mashed potatoes with gravy ~ Thanks for the wonderful giveaway-- count me in!

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  108. Love that quilt. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a soft dressing with gravy.

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  109. My favorite Thanksgiving dish would be Dirty Rice (or better known outside Louisiana as Giblet Rice Dressing) It is so good with just a hint of oysters added at the last five minutes. This year we are serving it with a Boston Butt Roast injected with Blackberry Jam and Bourbon followed by 8 hours in the smoker. Can't wait to taste that adveture! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  110. Turkey leg! This year we're frying a turkey...YUM!!!

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  111. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is stuffing. What I really enjoy is the leftovers. Turkey sandwiches with stuffing and cranberry sauce top the list. Thank you for the chance to win some of your new fabric.
    thelady at hotmail.com

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  112. I am not very original when it comes to my favorite foot at Thanksgiving---it is the turkey. Love your santa block quilt. And, I know you are very thankful for so many friends who contributed to your quilt.

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  113. Great looking quilt. Thanks so much for sharing. Basic turkey and cranberry sauce is my favourite.

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  114. Well, Canadian Thanksgiving is long past, but my favourite foods for Thanksgiving are always the pumpkin desserts. This year it was a pumpkin flan with spiced pumpkin seeds (recipe from Epicurious.com) ... soooo good! Anything cranberry is great too! Have a great time in Seattle ... and you must come to Vancouver the next time you are out west!

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  115. Happy Thanksgiving, Victoria! Enjoy the family. My favorite is always a good spiced stuffing.

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  116. I have to go with stuffing, it wouldn't be Thanksgiving without it.

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  117. Happy Thanksgiving! We are all indeed so blessed! And I am amazed at your patience and perseverance in making and binding that HUGE quilt!!!

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is homemade (no canned ingredients) green bean casserole. :)

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  118. Have lots of fun in Seattle! The weather is supposed to cooperate. It is always easy to come this way, for you gain a bunch of hours. Going back east on Sunday, you will feel like you lost a whole day! Our family is fleeing Seattle for Canada, where, alas, we won't have Thanksgiving yumminess. BUT we will have a potluck with the extended family with amazing food, so I don't feel too deprived.

    My favorite dish is red garnet yams! Fortunately I eat them as much as I want and don't have to have a holiday to enjoy them!

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  119. I love cranberry relish! It is a family recipe that has fresh cranberries and oranges. Delicious!

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  120. My favorite is cornbread stuffing, with sausage, apple and pecan, and baked in the oven. Happy Thanksgiving! Hope your flight leaves on time!

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  121. Roasted Brussels sprouts. Love your Christmas quilt!

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  122. Apple Pie
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    shawn

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  123. Chicken and sausage jambalya with green beans are my favorite Thanksgiving foods. Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day and stay safe.

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  124. My cousin Bonnie's sweet potato casserole, which I only started eating a few years ago! Hapy Thanksgiving to Everyone!

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  125. My Mom's mince pie. There was none better.

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  126. I like PIE! I'm pretty flexible on the type:)

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  127. Turkey & cranberry sauce are my favorites for Thanksgiving - everything else revolves around the turkey. Love the quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  128. Picking a Thanksgiving favorite is hard. Almost like picking a favorite kid. I just can't choose between stuffing and pie. They are both soooo yummy!

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  129. Pecan pie makes me just drool thinking about it and how close it is. Thanks for the chance to win

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  130. nothing like a yummy jerked turkey....smiles travel safely...

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  131. I'm a dessert girl. So pie, pie, pie.

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  132. Love your Christmas quilt! I always look forward to cornbread dressing (made with veggie broth), sweet potato crunch and baked mac and cheese. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win your awesome giveaway! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  133. WOW - Your quilt is amazing! It looks fantastic on your bed!
    My favorite(s) are the sides, and I just so happen to make them, to bring where I am going for dinner: Green Bean Casserole and Corn Casserole.
    Hope you and your have a great Thanksgiving. Safe travels.
    Grace

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  134. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway! I love sweet potato casserole with lots of toasted mini marshmallows on top. As kids, we would always fight to get a scoop with the most marshmallows on it! I still make it for the holidays and love carrying on the tradition. :)

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  135. The Santa quilt looks great! Hard to say what my favorite food is...the combination is soooo good. Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Yum! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  136. My favorite Thanksgiving dish??? Hmmm...I would have to say the dish usually in front of me with samples of everything on the table! ;o) Happy Thanksgiving and great quilt!!

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  137. My favourite dish is squash, I am a veggie only girl so no turkey for me. I hope your lentil dish turned out, it sounds amazing. Would love to play with your sonnet fabric, as a Canadian I hope I can find somewhere close by! otherwise internet ordering will do. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  138. Ooh, very sweet giveaway! Would love some of your fabric to play with. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the mashed potatoes with turkey gravy. Yum...

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  139. Mom's 24 hour fruit salad is one of my many favorite Thanksgiving dishes. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  140. Pecan pie! Where else can you get 100 calories a bite?

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  141. Sweet potato casserole made with orange juice, butter and brown sugar, covered with toasted pecans - yum!!!

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  142. My Mom's deserts. She always made 2- a lemon pie in a meringue pie shell and a New Orleans torte- a rich confection of brown sugar meringue layers frosted with a frosting of chocolate, cream cheese and whipped cream. YUM. As my grandfather would say if asked if he wanted one or the other- " Yes!". Me too!

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  143. Beautiful quilt! Nice to know a King size quilt will go through the Juki! I have so many favorite dishes....corn bread stuffing, home made cranberry sauce, home made dinner rolls (from scratch!), pumpkin pie, cherry pie with Door County cherries......Yum! but may be my most favorite is what we call Grandma Ginny's salad. It is just a lettuce, tomato and celery salad with a cole slaw type dressing. Very depression era. My mom always made it so we always make it. Basically only my family likes it but they get really upset if I don't make it.

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  144. Growing up with a father who didn't like turkey and an Italian mother, our meal was always spaghetti! A great loaf of bread and some meatballs. A fat pork chop cooked all day in the sauce. Doesn't hold a candle to turkey...

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  145. My mother loved to make fresh cranberry orange relish and I enjoy it with turkey at Thanksgiving.
    Fabulous Christmas quilt. Thanks for sharing all that you do.

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  146. My favorite dish at Thanksgiving is Hot Curried Fruit: canned peaches, pears, pineapple and apricots, heated in a mixture of melted butter, brown sugar and curry (recipe calls for 1 teaspoon . .. I use 2 Tablespoons!) Heat at 350 until bubbling then add slivered almonds and a few bright cherries for color!

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  147. I love the mashed potatoes and gravy the best! And dessert--Apple Cranberry pie! With loads of whipped cream. :o)

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  148. Safe travels and Happy Thanksgiving! I'll put that bag together for you! My favorite Thanksgiving food is stuffing! Yum. Your Christmas quilt looks just awesome on your bed!

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  149. My favorite dish is Penna. Dutch bread filling. I remember watching my Gram make it and over the years I think I've managed to duplicate it. She measured things with a pinch and a dash. Nothing was written down. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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  150. Your Name: Priscilla
    Subject: Thanksgiving dish
    Message: Would not be Thanksgiving without turkey, mashed potatoes and cranberry/orange relish.

    Love your kitchen sink Santa quilt.

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  151. How will you ever put that gorgeous Santa quilt away after Christmas?
    My favorite dish to make for Thanksgiving is stuffing with roasted mushrooms, chestnuts, and dried fruit. I use gluten free bread so everyone can enjoy the dish.

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  152. I'm pretty boring. Green bean casserole is a definite favorite and cranberries. Nothing strange, very traditional! Thanks for the chance to win, awesome!

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  153. Awesome Beautiful Quilt!!!! Wowie!!!

    My favorite dish at Thanksgiving HAS to be the Stuffing (& gravy!)...My Husband make the BEST!!! Sooooooo Yummy!!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you & your Family!!!

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  154. i love cranberry salad. my mom use to make it and i have to have it every year. i think i'm the only one in my family who LOVES it...more for me.

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  155. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is PUMPKIN PIE. Actually, it is my favorite pie any day. Hope your holiday season is the greatest!

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  156. pecan pie!! Love your quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  157. Homemade Pecan Pie with homemade whipped cream. My Grandma used to make this combination for me and my siblings in Minnesota when we were kids. My Mom continued the tradition. Now now I make them both for my daughter and her family! The biggest difference is I buy a bag of shelled nuts, but I remember sitting around the kitchen table removing the nuts from the shell when I was a kid. Thanks for bringing this memory back. I think that is one of the great things about you..... you combine traditions and current! HAPPY THANKS GIVING Thanks! Donalee

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  158. mashed potatoes, gravy and dressing and pecan or chocolate pie. Yum. I got out my turkey roasting bag. The package said large, fits up to 8 lbs. So I went to the store to get one that will fit a 17 lb turkey instead.Thanks. Have a great day.

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  159. Pie, pie and more pie- particularly pumpkin or pecan... Thank you so much for the chance to win. Have a great holiday!

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  160. Gotta be pumpkin pie!! :)

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  161. Brown sugar glazed carrots with a bit of orange zest! Have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  162. Turkey and mashed potatoes......that counts as one dish, right?

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  163. Mashed potatoes, for sure - I use sour cream and cream cheese for the mashing, adding back just a small amount of the cooking water, if needed - these are rich and wonderful potatoes!!

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  164. My favorite dish is Candied Sweet Potatoes.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  165. I see my Santa block - tumblers - wondering if its on "his" or "hers" side of the bed. :)

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  166. Favorite Thanksgiving dish: probably the dressing with lots of gravy!

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  167. My favorite dish is the sweet potato with the marshmallows on top

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  168. I love the Turkey & Gravy! Can't go wrong with those!

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  169. Happy Thanksgiving, Victoria!! Would love to play with some Sonnet fabrics. Thanks for the great give-away. My favorite dish is the stuffing - cornbread with sausage and mushrooms. My hubby says it is THE best.

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  170. Turkey and dressing. This year I am not cooking a huge meal - there are only 3 of us, so I am making a small turkey and fixings.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  171. I love sweet potato pie! What a beautiful quilt!

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  172. Love the quilt! So fun!
    I do love me some stuffing!!

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  173. Lefse!!!
    Hands down favorite during the holidays. For those non-Norwegians, it's a dry flat potato tortilla as thin almost as phyllo.... eaten cold, rolled up as a conveyance for butter Some unappreciative folks (Germans mostly, in my family) thing it's akin to buttering a napkin. They just don't appreciate the finer things!

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  174. that is a really tough question but i think without turkey it just wouldn't be thanksgiving....

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  175. Love the Quilt! My favorite dish is corn maque choux. A Cajun recipe of smothered corn and tomatoes - Yum-O.

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  176. Cornbread stuffing! Pecan pie! Turkey sandwiches the next day! Pick me Victoria - my LQS is tired of me asking if your fabrics are there yet!

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  177. My favorite dish is my White Castle Turkey Stuffing. Quite fabulous. My daughter-in-law also showed me how to make Derby Pie which is a chocolate pecan pie-delicious too. I would love to win the bundle. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Terri Karls

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  178. luv yams with butter and brown sugar baked in the oven! YUMMY!
    -your Xmas quilt is lovely!
    have a happy and restful Thanksgiving surrounded by your loving family!

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  179. Dessert - pumpkin pie or pecan pie or any pie!

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  180. Happy Holidays! I love Cranberry Relish Mold!!! and your fabric!

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  181. The quilt came out fabulous!!! Happy thanksgiving. Oh mash potatoes and pumpkin pie warm with French vanilla ice cream are my favorites!

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  182. Beautiful Christmas quilt! i love stuffing:-) tbear

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  183. Candied yams. Stuffing/dressing. Sauteed brussels sprouts w/bacon and garlic. Yum. I didn't get a thanksgiving dinner this year, perhaps that's why I can't pick just one favourite?

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  184. I always love cornbread dressing--my grandmother's recipe. We've never had a thanksgiving without it.

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  185. I love dressing with gravy! I could eat it for breakfast.

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  186. It's so hard to choose; but my Aunt Avis's fruit salad. I remember it as a child and since she died in her 30's I make it twice a year...It's like candy and NONE of my 6 kids can stand it! Love the Christmas quilt; It's time for me to get mine out. Enjoy your trip.

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  187. We don't celebrate thanksgiving here down under...I do wish we do! I think it's such a meaningful event!
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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