Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Quilter's Blog Hop Party

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

Today begin's the 'Give Thanks' Blog Hop Party over at Quilting Gallery. Michele will have all the links open sometime in the afternoon.   The party runs from November 21st - 26th.  I know there will be something for everyone.


For those of you visiting for the first time, welcome to Vrooman's Quilts.


And yes, I DO live on Quilt Lane . When 911 Emergency went into service, all roads had to be named and we got to submit our request.  Our little family in-house quilt and craft shop is open 7 days a week 10-5.


My give away I hope will inspire a new Spring quilt (personally, I am tired of Christmas fabric).  11 FQs from the Olivia Collection by Anna Griffin.  I will ship international, just be sure I have a way to contact you.  I will leave comments open until midnight November 26th (EST) and announce the winner on the 27th -I will contact winner personally.  You can leave any comment, but I would love to hear "if you could name the street/road you live on - what would you chose?" 


This is were I will be for the next 4 days - vending at a local Christmas Juried Craft Show HERE, but will be home in the evenings to respond to any comments.  If you do not hear from me, you are a 'no-reply commentor'.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

251 comments:

  1. Ooh, I would love to live in Cates Court ;-)

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  2. I would like to live on Quiltingrandma Avenue. That would be fun. I haven't used many Christmas fabrics this season other than making a few sets of pillowcases. Spring-y fabrics are a favorite of mine. I love the Pastels. I need to get in on this Blog Hop. It was so fun last year.

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  3. Great to find out how you named your lane and your quilt shop - I would love to live on a street named Easy sewing street!!

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  4. I would love to live on Rose lane, since I am in love with this flower.

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  5. I'd love to live on Sunshine Street - you couldn't help having a smile on your face living there!

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  6. i do believe I would name my home street Hunter's Star. I do love quilts with stars and this is one ofmy favorite blocks.

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  7. Oh what a great give away, I love Spring fabrics. I'm not sure what name I would like but maybe Happiness Avenue or one I saw recently Rosebud Lane.

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  8. Hi Sharon if I could name my street I would call it happy street,thankyou for having a wonderful giveaway.xx

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  9. This is fun! Quilting Day Blvd. where you can quilt all day every day! Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

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  10. I would name my street Bluebird Lane because every time I see a bluebird I think "there's the bluebird of happiness" and it does make me happy. Quilt Lane is a pretty cool name too. Thanks for the chance at these lovely fabrics!

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  11. Mine would have to be Nelson road since there are to many Nelson that live there.LOL Very nice give away and can't wait to get my Christmas gifts done so I can start something wonderful for myself.

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  12. good luck at the craft show. I would name it quilters lane of course. lol

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  13. How cool that you got to name your street! We are an Army family and move often, but once we lived on Border Road. I thought that was fun because it can be quilty! Some of the suggestions already left are wonderful: I love the idea of Bluebird Lane. I also thought it would be fun at one time to live on Candy Cane Lane, but mostly at Christmas time. I actually prefer to live on a "Lane" more than a road, avenue, place, court, street, etc. because my maiden name is Lane. I guess I have to say that my dream street would be "Liberty Lane."

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  14. I think Quilters Lane is the best address out there, but it guess if I could name my street, since we live on a hill, I would call it Cuddle Quilt Hill! Thanks for the chance!

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  15. What a great name. I'm having enough trouble just trying to figure out a name for my Business

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  16. Hmm, had never thought about what I would name a street - maybe Sublimity Lane. I'm not thinking spring yet (maybe because I'd have to spend less time quilting and more time working outside) but those fabrics look wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  17. What a fun giveaway!
    I want to live in your house!
    But if I have to stay here, I'd like the street to be Kathy's Kwilty Krescent!

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  18. A town near me is Peacedale and I love that name, so my street would be Peace Dale Road. Great question.

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  19. I love my reality: in a little yellow house on Lemon Point Lane.

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  20. Lucky Lane sounds like a great street to live on. :)

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  21. Quilt Lane, right there beside you sounds good to me.

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  22. Hmmm to name my street....no solicitor lane...lol...Maybe they would read it and stay away.

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  23. I would love to live on Happy Stitching Lane , Thanks for the great give away. Such beautiful material.

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  24. I'm sure you will do well at the show Sharon!

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  25. Thanks for the giveaway! I always thought it was fun that I live at the corner of country club and Shannon Drive (my name is shannon) but unfortunately my address is on Country Club. I think if I could pick a street name it would be something sparkly. Like Glitter Drive, or Sparkler Lane.

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  26. Okay ... I know you have a lot of quilting experience, but since 1780? You look so young for your age! Quilt Lane is the fountain of youth! (My quirky sense of humor is getting the best of me here ... ;)

    I think it is really wonderful that you live in a revolutionary era home on a street named Quilt Lane.

    I would love to live on a street named "Scrapatch Way" ... :) Pat

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  27. I would want our street to be named 'Life is good'. Thanks for the chance! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  28. I would love to live on quilter's lane

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  29. Oh Sharon, I want to move in with you! :-) What a fun lane to live on! But you know me...if I had the chance, I would be in Alaska, living with the moose! LOL!! Thanks for a wonderful give a way. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

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  30. Goodness Sharon I've never even thought of naming a street....hmmmmm. Not our last name, we have no pets, what else is there? I know - Hallelujah Lane! Every time I get a quilt finished I shout Hallelujah. :) blessings, marlene

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  31. I would love to live on Morning Glory Lane. I love those flowers.

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  32. Great giveaway and have fun this week Sharon! I thought that was so neat that you lived on Quilt Street and now I know how come! thanks!

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  33. Love your street sign...perfect! I'd live on Oliver Avenue.

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  34. If I could name our street, it would be Slow Down Avenue.

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  35. I think it would be neat if my street was called Heaven, thanks!

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  36. What a fantastic giveaway! What a tough question! Maybe something with lilacs. So many possibilities! I've added your giveaway to my weekly link up.

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  37. That's a tough question. I think I would make it a cheesy one and call it Sunny Hill or something lol!

    I love how you say you can't see Christmas Fabrics anymore. It only just got cold here, second night with frost and I already can't wait for spring!!

    This lovely bundle would surely help make the waiting time for spring a little sweeter :)

    I'm a happy, loyal follower as well :)

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  38. Oh, spring fabric, now nice! I am definitely jealous of your street name, that's just brilliant! My own blog & shop are called Sewhooked and that would absolutely be my street name if I could have it!

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  39. If I could name the street that I live on it would be: Jubilee Lane

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  40. I've always LoVed your street name... just perfect I think! :) As my road is larger than yours... perhaps Quilt Road would suit me...lol
    Fingers crossed that my name comes out;;;lol xx.
    Always a pleasure to visit Sharon!

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  41. I love that you live on Quilt Lane. I wonder if you could have a MacDonald's Patch? Thanks for the lovely giveaway Sharon.

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  42. You post made me smile! How fun to name your street! I think I'd like to live on Lovers Lane. Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome fabric. I'm already thinking about spring too. And thanks for your blog!

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  43. I love that you live on Quikt Lane! I have never thought about what I would name a street. Your spring fabrics are a breath of fresh air amongst Christmas prep!

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  44. I also live in a street that is perfect for me: Carroll Dr, like Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland, my favorite book. So either Carroll or ChesireCat drive would be ok with me :) Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  45. Wow generous giveaway!!! I think my street would be called "Lovely Lane".

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  46. I'd love to live on Sunshine Street) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. My grandpa built our house on a hill, so I would have really liked to have our street named "Sam's Hill." But when the time came that emergency services said our roads had to be named they named it after the mill down the road.

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  48. Happiness Way sounds like a lovely place to live. Your so lucky to have been able to name your own Lane. ;-> Toni Anne

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  49. Hi Sharon - lovely lane, you live on. I'd like mine to be a tree name....oh, it IS a tree name: Birch. But we could embellish it a little.....Swaying Birches, White Birches, Singing Birches......
    Thanks for letting us visit. Come by for a warm cup of something at Prairie Cottage Corner when you have a minute. See you.

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  50. I would like to name my road "Rambling Road"

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  51. I'd probably go funny and call it something like "Road Way" or "High Way". :)

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  52. I think Crazy Street would fit me. I like the street I live on though, my favorite holiday is Christmas and I live on Poinsettia. Thanks for chance to win.

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  53. I would love to live on Fat Quarter Court. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  54. Lovely giveaway! I'd name my street Quilter's Court. Thanks for the chance!

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  55. Garnet Row. (They're my favorite gemstone.)

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  56. I live on a numbered street. I love "Cat Whiskers Lane," but it is actually already taken in a nearby town!

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  57. What fun to get to name your street Quilt Street. We just moved into our house last year - our first home we bought as a married couple - and our street is Prospect - it couldn't get more hopeful and promising than that - so I think I'd just keep that! Happy hopping!

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  58. I want to live on Squirrel St. Why you wonder? Have you seen "Up"? When the dog gets distracted and hollers "Squirrel!" That's why I want to live on Squirrel St...LOL.

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  59. I want to live on Squirrel St. Why you wonder? Have you seen "Up"? When the dog gets distracted and hollers "Squirrel!" That's why I want to live on Squirrel St...LOL.

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  60. I think I would live on Kitty Cat Court. I am a real cat lover.

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  61. I would live on Sassy Quilters Lane where all of us sassy girls could have fun. Good luck and have fun that is always important. Blessings

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  62. Love your blog. Just checking in to say hi. I found it via the Blog-Hop. I will definitely be back. Thank you for hosting the giveaway. Pick me, Pick me. :) LOL!

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  63. Great name, I'm having enough with thinking of baby names if I have a boy. love the giveaway

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  64. What a fun idea! I've never given a thought to what I would like my street to be named. I kinda like Sunny Lane. Thank you for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  65. I would call our street Funtime Drive! We love to have good times! thank you for the fun giveaway!

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  66. Hi Sharon! I'm with you, tired of looking at holiday fabric and ready for some spring prints. I think I would name my road Optimist Lane as I am the eternal optimist.

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  67. Right now I live on Kansas St and also live in the state of Kansas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  68. Isn't that fun, naming your street! I think I would call my street Paper Piecing Lane because I love to paper piece.

    Thanks for the very generous giveaway!

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  69. I never really thought about naming a street. But what comes to mind at the moment is Clark Ave. That's the name of the street where I spent the first 18 years of my life. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  70. i would name my street after the town my mother was born in "osler, Saskatchewan, canada

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  71. lovely bundle of fabric thanks for the chance. be checking your blog out more:)

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  72. What an amazing giveaway! Hmmm... I'd call my street B-Boy street - after my two basset boys, Buster and Baxter!

    tgallop@mts.net

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  73. How about Fabric's Welcome Lane? Your fabric bundle does say "Spring" unlike the snow that is falling outside right now. Thanks for the chance at your wonderful giveaway.

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  74. I'd like to live on Patchwork Plaza.

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  75. I would name the street something REALLY short and fast to write out, like 2 Ax Rd or something. I usually have a long address, and that gets so old. :)

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  76. My road is named for my husband's great grandfather (my husband, his father, his grandfather, and our infant son all share the name too). I wouldn't change it for the world!

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  77. What a lovely giveaway! I think I would name my street Cottage Cove :-)

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  78. Thanks so much for participating in the giveaway. The fabrics you are offering are lovely. Hmmm. I've never thought about what street I'd like to live on -- or the name I'd like it to have. Pleasant Drive/Avenue, maybe.

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  79. I think that's really neat to be able to request a name for your street. The fabrics are lovely. Have fun at the Christmas craft show.

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  80. What an awesome street address! I think I'd name mine Alvarez Avenue :)

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  81. I love your address. I live on Vernon Road, I think I would change it to Lavender Lane if I could.

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  82. I think I might pick Smell the Roses Lane!!Right next to the Stop sign!!

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  83. I think I would like North Shore Court. Lots of wonderful memories.

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  84. My son wants to have a rainbow colored house, though I like the idea it might be painful to the eyes. So I will like to have my street named Rainbow.

    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  85. "On A Deserted Road" would suit me just fine.

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  86. I would rename my street "Whispering Gumtrees Avenue"as I can always hear the trees whooshing in the wind :)

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  87. I would name my street Shady Retreat, in the summer, we love to retreat to the shade.

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  88. Hmmm, I guess I would have to say Sewing Drive since I have sewn an assortment of items over the years...

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  89. I guess I would call it Contentment Lane as I love where I live and am quite content . Thanks for the chance on your generous giveaway Sharon !

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  90. I would live on Happy Place Drive.

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  91. I would live on Happy Place Drive.

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  92. Great giveaway Sharon! The fabric is really lovely! I really like the name of my street now but if I could choose, I think I would like Kitty Cat Terrace...I love cats!

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  93. Nice give away. Never really thought about naming a street so have no idea.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  94. A while ago, I was looking up quilt related items on KIJIJI, and this house for sell came up. The ad meant to say it was on a quiet street but instead it said it was on a quilt street. I would love to live on Quilt Lane. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  95. I wish I could name our road. It's just a number and would be so much better as a quilty name. Thanks for the great giveaway. I'm ready for spring, already.

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  96. ohh thats a tricky question I would want soemthing with books, libraries, typography... something along those lines

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  97. Hmmm...I actually can't think of a creative name for our street. I love yours though! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  98. Great give-away! I'd like to live on Peaceful Hill...as long as it really was. lol Thanks!

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  99. It's beautiful. I would call the street I live on Carsick Lane. =) Thanks for a chance to win.

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  100. You have to name one of Elvis' girls Priscilla and I would love to live on Cindy's Way. LOL. That's my name- don't cha know. Then everything would be MY WAY.

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  101. I would call my street Kathys Court. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  102. I live on Sunnyside Road, and it's not so bad except when you have to write return address on mail or filling out forms at Dr and so on. Yikes.

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  103. I'm not very creative - I live on Apple Rd. in Appleton....very easy to remember!! ha ha! Thanks for the chance!

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  104. I am horrible with names. I always just name my pets after flowers so I guess, "little Lily lane", even though my dog is fat.

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  105. I used to live on Morning Mist Drive and I still love the name of that street.

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  106. Hi and thank you for a great give away! How perfect to live on the Quilt Lane! Our small road doesn't have a name, so I could name it 'O dromos tis Raptis' = Sewer's Street. I live in Greece and I'm sure no one on our street knows about quilting. Sunny wishes!
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  107. I actually love our street name. Cedar Ridge Road. New quilter from Oklahoma, U.S.A. I am here for the party. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  108. Love your sight and the give away. I live in a multi-generation home with my son, 42, his son, 24, my daughter, 39, and her son, 5. I am 66 and disabled so it is a blessing to have my children and grandchildren with me. We are all Vernon's so I would call our cul-de-sac,"Vernon's Circle of Love." It is actually called Chevy Chase Drive. Thanks for the chance to win. Jackie

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  109. I would live on Rooster Road of course! Love the Anna Griffin fabric! What can you say when you live In The Boon Docks! Happy hopping!

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  110. I would love to win these beautiful fabrics-I love the patterns and colors. How cool that you got to name your street. I live out in the woods on a highway with two letters now-I think I would like to change it to woodland highway instead
    Kathy

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  111. That is a very interesting question for me. We have lived on Hickory Lane now for 28 years. I love the name. About 6 months ago, we were informed by our township that our street name is being changed to White Pine Drive. I hate it. Not only do we not have any White pines, we have no evergreens at all! The developer that is connecting his new development to ours wants it changed and there you have it. So, I would love to live on Hickory Lane.

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  112. Cool question! The name of my blog, Sophie Junction, happened because that's what an old boyfriend called the crossroads where I lived, when I lived in the Northern California wine country. Given a choice, I'd name my street, Sophie Junction.

    Those beautiful spring colors are calling my name today in cold gray Santa Fe. Last night, the first snow of the season fell ... and today, already, I'm looking forward to spring.

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  113. I would want to live on some sort of avenue, but I'd need to do a lot more thinking to decide what to call it. :)

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  114. Hmm. I've never thought of that before. I don't know what I would name my street, but there is a street in my neighborhood that leads to only one house called "Harms Way." I think the family's last name is Harms. :)

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  115. I've never thought about naming my own street. Maybe Bookshelf Drive. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  116. i alway have to spell it out Mahan rd

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  117. I actually grew up on a cul-de-sac named "Joy Oval". I would love to live on a street with that name again! Thanks for sharing.
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  118. how fun to choose your own street name. Mine would have to be Bumblebee Way!

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  119. How exciting to have a personalised Street name. Im not sure what I would name a street...never really thought about it!

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  120. I would call my street memory lane :)

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  121. Thanks for a chance to win the fabric. Guess I would name my street Austin Way after Jane Austin!

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  122. How great is that to pick the name for your own street! Thanks for the chance to enter

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  123. I would live on Rocky Road in honor of my dear dog for 18 1/2 years(recently deceased). Thanks for such a generous giveaway! svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  124. I would name our street Attic Quilter since I work in the attic above the garage. Thanks for such a nice giveaway

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  125. i would want to live on charity lane. i only make quilts for charity. cant afford fabric since i get less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability. thank you for such a great and generous giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  126. We used to live on a road named Campbell like the soup hahaha
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  127. Lovely bundle! Well, since Quilt Lane is taken (although do you think I could still use it in Ontario?) maybe I could live on Flying Geese Avenue?

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  128. How about the drunkard's path lane. Wonderful give away

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  129. I have already named my house so I guess I'd name the street the same thing, Wit's End!
    Barb@Witsend

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  130. That's a great question! I'd like to change our addy from North Grid Road to Imagination Lane :)
    Thank you for the chance of a touch of spring, especially since the temperature has hit -30C and is still dropping this evening

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  131. Thank you for participating in the blog hop. I have no idea what I would name my street. I did get to name my mountain cabin and chose Be Still.

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  132. How fun to get to pick the name of your street. I think I would like to live on Happy Street.

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  133. Thank for the chance to win. I would name my street..snow go away street..lol

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  134. There is already a Brandis Road nearby which is named for my DH maternal family. From what I understand our Farm used to be called Midway Farms because it was halfway between the two nearest towns, so Midway Road would be nice.

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  135. I don't know, I grew up on C street between 10th and 11th avenues, that's how creative my hometown is about naming streets. A friend developed a subdivision and named all the streets after her children, St James Place, Jefferson way, etc. The subdivision I live in is so confusing for delivery people. 4 streets have the same name with just a South, or West on the front or the back of the street name. I do like your street name, though. We have a trailer up the mountain on the Northfork road so what do we call it, Yup, Northfork. Thanks.

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  136. I live on Wavecrest Ave which I think is pretty cool. But maybe Cowboy Road?

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  137. I would chose to live on Easy Street.
    Love the fabrics that are in this collection:)Hope your holiday is joyous!!!

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  139. Great giveaway! We really love animals, especially dogs. We would
    name our street: Wigglypup Lane.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  140. Gorgeous address! thank you for sharing a very generous giveaway.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  141. I would love to live on Quilt Lane, next door to you or Fabric Avenue or Craft Crescent!
    I love that you got to choose your street name and went with Quilt Lane! Best address ever!!

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  142. Great address Sharon!
    I'd love to live on 'Finished at Last' Lane!!

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  143. What a great giveaway! Thanks so much for the chance to win this! mmm, a name- I think Hogwarts avenue woudl be a nice change here :)

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  144. Gorgeous fabrics for a giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win them. My custom street would be named Crayon Box Lane, of course. Have a great weekend!

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  145. We live in Possum Trot, KY and we do have possum's on our porch many many times during the summer months. Surprisingly we don't have a street named "Possum Path" (Okay, we don't have many streets to start with, lol)but I think that would be a fun street name. Might as well embrace the possums since you can't shoo them off! Hope you have a great weekend too.

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  146. I'm still quilting Christmas for my show coming up the weekend after Thanksgiving - I'd LOVE to think about Spring! And I love your street name. If I could choose one for us, it would be Sawtooth Meadows.

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  147. I've never thought of naming my street but I've often thought of naming my house. It's a three-story house and we moved in when my daughter was four. We used to call her our little "Sarah-bear." From the third floor (where my sewing room is) there's a great view over the trees to the mountain. So I've often thought of it as "The Bear's Nest." Thanks for hosting, your fabric is gorgeous! pbstrand@msn.com

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  148. I have never thought of it before but I love flowers so maybe Lily Lane. Thanks for a great giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  149. I´d love to live in "Strawberry street" :P
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  150. If I could choose, it would be Tranquility Lane, but right now it feels like I live on Ratrace Row. ;-)

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  151. I wish I could name my road Quilters Paradise. I love the fabrics your giving away! Than you for the oportunity to win! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  152. HI,I'D NAME MY STREET:SUNSHINE TRAIL!
    THANKS FOR A BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY!
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  153. Sharon, you have come back from last years floods, it looks wonderful. If I could name a sreet where I sew, the quilting shed is called Scrap Haus, I would name it Scrappy Lane-LOL> Spring fabrics are definately in my eye sight!

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  154. I would name my street Singing birdstreet.
    Thank you for the change to win.

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  155. Hi Sharon. Thank you for the fabulous giveaway. If I could name my street, I would name it Carters Lane.

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  156. Mickey Mouse Avenue..... I'm an avid collector!

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  157. Oh that is a tough question. Many things pop into mind from my childhood. Beausoliel Lane (beautiful sun). My summer camp was on Beausoliel Island

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  158. Love your street name. I grew up on 40 scres in Alaska and when they started selling and developing property close to us, we also got to name our "street", Honeycutt Way, our last name. For my own street maybe Carefree Court.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  159. I would name my street, Musician's Alley. Another name I like is End of the Line.

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  160. I'd name our little street of 4 houses, Cutting Way.
    Thanks for the giveaway, and lucky you to live on Quilt ln.

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  161. I would love to live on peaceful street. It's want I always want most.

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  162. I'd like to live on Quilt Drive.

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  163. yay! I'm not the only one sick of Christmas fabric--and Halloween fabric, and any holiday fabric :p I like regular fabric!

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  164. Thanks for the giveaway. I would name my street crafty corners.

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  165. Well you already got the great name but maybe I would choose Quilter-in-Residence Private :)

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  166. I would like to rename my road Mitchell Lane.
    Thanks for sharing

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  167. Well with so many wonderful comments , I would feel really lucky to win such a wonder prize.
    I would name my road "Pick Me"

    kidsandsewing@hotmail.com

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  168. I'd love to live on Owl Lane. Thanks for the chance to win - my younger daughter is named Olivia, so this would be great!

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  169. My road is called Evans Road, after a man named Tis Evans who used to live here. But the sign got knocked down shortly after the road was first named and has never been replaced, so no point telling anyone I live on that street. :) I think I would like to live on Wolverine Place.

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  170. I would name my street Lake Shore Scenic because we live right on the lake, and it is beautiful. Thanks!

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  171. Love your street name! Mine would be Mountain View Ridge because you can see mountains from my front door and back door.

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  172. I would like to live on Wilderness Way

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  173. I would like to live on Wisteria Lane. The houses are all from old TV shows.

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  174. I love that sign! I would have to name mine forever stitchin'

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  175. I just bought a TON of xmas fabrics at JoAnn's on sale for 65% off... and my 20% on top of that. I got 1.2 yard cuts at $9.99 regular price for less than $2 a piece. :) saved $104....

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  176. I would name my street something weird that would make me chuckle, like:
    This Street
    Straight Drive
    What Way

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  177. I would like to live an a street with a short name, like A Str. I have always lived on roads with long names like Lower Marlboro Road.

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  178. Oh what a lovely spring quilt this willow rk into for he lucky winner. Good luck everyone

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  179. I would name our road Bee Skep Road, cause my hubby is the bee keeper and we have honey!!!

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  180. I would name our road Hemlock Haven because I love them. Thanks Sharon

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  181. there is a street in our town that I just love the name of

    Easy St. Always reminds me of the movie Annie and Carol Burnett singing that song... Besides who wouldn't want to live on Easy St,,

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  182. I would name our road "Sew Blessed Lane". I like your street name too. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  183. I live in an older neighborhood, and some of the streets already have really nice names. Faithful street is right around the corner, and that would be a nice one to live on. Before ours was renamed (about 75 years ago), it was Lover's Lane. I don't think I could top that. Thanks for the chance to win such a beautiful--and definitely springlike-collection of fabric.

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  184. Happy Thanksgiving! Maybe Quilting Lane?

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  185. HMMMMM....I've always wanted to live on Yellow Brick Rd. :)

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  186. I would like to live on Crafty Lane, or maybe Crafty Court would be better. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

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  187. Happy Thanksgiving!
    I would like to live on Joy Lane (short and sweet). Pastel fabrics are my favorites.

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  188. That's cool you got to name your road!
    If I could name ours, I too would like "Yellow Brick Road"!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  189. Such pretty fabric! Maybe Melody Lane or something would be fun!

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  190. Cook Road. Cook is my maiden name and my family were pioneers in the district, dating back to the 1880s. Today there are over 300 descendants living in the district. My brother and I live on the same street, so Cook Road or Cook Street it should be. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  191. We're having a house built right now and the street name is "Iceland Gull Road" - I think I'd choose just about anything else!

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  192. How awesome, the name you got to pick!! I would pick Triangle Trail :)

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  193. Happy Heart Lane

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  194. I would like to name it Bunny Lane...we have had a family of bunnies living in our back yard all summer. It has been fun watching the little ones grow. Olivia is a beautiful collection! Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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