Sunday, December 11, 2011

Would you like some Echo? Giveaway Day begins.


That is a picture of Lotta Jansdotter and her fabric line, Echo which I copied from the Windham Fabrics webpage. You can read about her here at Windham Fabrics. 

My name is Leanne and welcome to my fabric giveaway for the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day.  I hope you will take a minute to look around my blog, where I chronicle my quilting and sewing adventures. You do not need to be a follower to enter this giveaway but if you like what you see, I hope you will join in and follow along. 


This giveaway is for a fat quarter bundle of all 16 of the fabrics in the Echo line by Lotta Jansdotter. The image above is from the Fabricworm website - where I purchased the bundle. (The bundle is still in transit, I will edit this with a picture of it here when it arrives.)

If you would like to enter to win this fabric bundle, you need to leave me a comment on this post. Only one comment per person, please (I will remove extra ones). Let me know your favourite holiday treats - cookies, cakes, squares, or whatever. I will be baking this week and would love some new ideas.

I will draw a random winner after 6 pm on Friday December 16, 2011. If you have not attached an email to your profile, please leave it in the comment. If there is no way to contact you, I will draw again immediately. I am happy to ship anywhere in the world from my home in Canada.

Edited to add: Already I have a bunch of "no-reply" comments. Please add your email to your comment if you are not certain your email address is attached to your profile. If I cannot reach you and you are the winner, I will draw again.

I am also giving away a 241 Tote, so if you have not entered that contest, please click here to do that now. And click the button to go back to Sew Mama Sew so you can enter the rest of the give aways.

Thank you everyone, this giveaway is now closed. The winner is Rachael!



Enjoy the contest hopping!

Best,

Leanne

764 comments:

  1. Love, love, love Lotta Jansdotter! My favorite treat is my mom's chewy ginger cookies.

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  2. My fam love to make Christmas wreaths( marshmallows butter and corn flakes with green food coloring ) shape into wreaths and sprinkle with red hots. Delicious and cook

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  3. Sea salt caramels. My greatest joy and my greatest weakness.

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  4. Thanks for the giveaway! My favorite holiday treat is homemade hot coco and monkey bread!

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  5. Great Giveaway, and I like your blog!
    I love cinnamon rolls...
    Have a nice Christmastime,
    Silke
    schellersilke@web.de

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  6. I love peppermint bark (Trader Joe's is my favorite.)

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  7. I love to make chocolate brownie cookies with crushed candy cane on top. They taste so Christmas-y!I can't find the recipe on-line now though. If you would like the recipe please email me and I would be happy to share!

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  8. My mother in law makes these chocolate chip pecan bars that I love. Each christmas I look forward to them. The Echo is great. So generous. erincode-at-metzlers-dot-org.

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  9. I am all about dipped chocolates and chocolate covered cherries. No baking, but still yum, and the former are the cherry-less version of the latter.

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  10. Wow! What a giveaway! Thank you!

    Favorite treats...molasses cookies, peppermint bark and pumpkin roll to name a few!!

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  11. I have a hankering for some rice crispie treats. Your prize is awesome, thanks for the chance!
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. I love gingerbread cookies!

    e-mail is african.joy at hotmail dot com

    What a beautiful giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. My favorite is Fudge! Great giveaway!

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  14. I make homemade marshmallows (recipe from foodnetwork.com), cut them into squares, and dip them in melted chocolate and then graham cracker crumbs. They're very time consuming, but my family anticipates them every Christmas. It's fun to make a treat that everyone enjoys!

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  15. Lovely fabric, thanks for the chance to win! I love anything chocolate. Last year I made rum balls which were a big hit with my Mom especially! cried2dream(at)gmail.com

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  16. My mom makes amazing chocolate truffles! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  17. A friend of mine makes little bite sized pecan pies, they are so delicious. One of these years I'm going to run a raid on her recipe box and get that recipe. Lovely fabric, thanks.

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  18. What a very generous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. My favorite Christmastime treat is peanut butter fudge - not chocolate fudge, but with marshmallow creme.

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  19. I love sand tarts which are a style of sugar cookie. They are not too sweet and so good.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  20. Molasses cookies! I also have this awesome recipe for macadamia nut butter/cranberry cookies.

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  21. Fudge!
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  22. Definitely homemade Christmas cookies! :D

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  23. Gingerbread cookies are my personal fave!
    Karie
    lilbirdsmama@yahoo.com

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  24. My favorite holiday treats are rum balls made with Bailey's Irish Cream. Lots of it!

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  25. my family makes 'White Trash Candy' which is almond bark melted over rice crispies, captain crunch, pretzels, and peanuts. It's the perfect combination of salty and sweet!

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  26. I love to make cookies that I found in a magazine years ago. They're called surprise, surprise "Christmas Cookies". Fridge Fudge is another on my list of things to make before Christmas.

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  27. I love these fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway! I love chocolate dipped shortbread and truffles at Christmas.

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  28. Would I like some Echo?!?!?! Yessss, please!
    My favorite treat is "monchou taart" a kind of cheese cake with cherries on top...

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  29. mint truffles and English toffee are my, I'll miss the most if I don't have them; Christmas treats. I love Echo, thanks for the giveaway.

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  30. I love Christmas cake and pudding, and baked ham, but not all together. Love the fabric.

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  31. I love fudge and Christmas seems to be the only time I get any. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  32. Thanks for the great giveaway! My favorite holiday treat is bread pudding.

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  33. There is one particular cookie that I always bake each year (among others): Cocoa Spice cookies (with or without icing). Delicious!

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  34. My favorite holiday treat is Chocolate Cookies. Thank you!

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  35. Love that fabric! My favorite cookies are Russian Tea Cookies and the more butter in them, the better!

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  36. Favorite treat? I found this amazing raspberry chocolate chip muffin recipe on Allrecipes.com - not particularly Christmasy, but definitely delicious! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Stephmabry(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. My favorite are meringue cookies that have walnuts, chocolate chips and crushed candy canes in them. Have had the recipe for years. Thanks for the chance to win! ellen@myerly.net

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  38. It just wouldn't be Christmas without my two favorite desserts- trifle and pavlova. Looking forward to both on Christmas day! Great blog, fab give away.

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  39. What a great giveaway! Those fabrics are gorgeous.

    My favourite treats for the holidays are my grandma's ginger cookies - they're little sugar bombs, but SO good.

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  40. What a great prize offering I have had my eye on this for a few weeks wondering if I could get it in the budget at Christmas time, now I may not have to! Thanks for the chance to win.
    My favorite treat this time of year is pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting, and it is so easy to make!

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  41. Microwave peanut brittle is a quick one and I always make my aunts date balls (no bake) that have nuts and rice crispies and are rolled in coconut.

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  42. My favorite treats are chocolate covered pretzels! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. Some of my fav holiday cookies are mexican wedding cookies (we called them snowballs) and chocolate covered peanut butter bon bons - they are like a billion times better than a Reeses Cup!

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  44. I love chocolate chip cookies - always!
    Thanks for the sweet giveaway :D

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  45. Gingerbread is my absolute favourite (not gingerbread cookes, although I like them too, but the bread) It is the most heavenly cake I have ever eaten. dreamsinseams(at)ymail(dot)com

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  46. My favorite holiday treat is a savory one. They are sausage and cheese balls mixed with bisquik and baked! Yum!
    Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!
    piper(AT)revivingremnants(DOT)com

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  47. Beautiful fabrics! My favorite holiday treat is Gingerbread men. Love them! Thanks for offering such a wonderful giveaway.
    turtletotebags(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. Thanks so much! My favorite holiday treat are Sandwich Cookies from Vienna... thin, crispy sugar cookies with lemon icing sandwiched inbetween, dipped in chocolate, then chopped hazelnuts...mmmmmm!

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  49. I LOVE lemon sugar cookies with the powdered sugar icing. They are always a great hit and the almond flavoring in the icing tastes great with the lemon zest in the cookie.
    healyka@yahoo.com

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  50. I found a recipe in a Nestle book called Amaretto bars. Very sweet but very delicious!

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  51. Love, love, love gingerbread men! So tasty and so fun.

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  52. Russian Tea Cakes! (Also sometimes called Mexican Wedding cookies). I made a batch over the weekend and, well... they may already be gone. :D

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  53. My favorites are Ginger crinkle cookies, spicy and chewy!

    erikaahaj at verizon.net

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  54. my fave holiday treat is traditional Scottish shortbread cookies. mmm

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  55. love this line! my favorite treat is pecan puff cookies, from a recipe in joy of cooking. these are so tasty!

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  56. My favorite is something called scotcharoos, they are the best, look up the recipe online.

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  57. My favorite holiday treat are these coin sized cookies that have 6 different spices. They are called peppernuts. They take a long time to make and need to sit in a jar a week to get harder. Very good. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. I love chocolate coulant! It's easy and fast!
    Check the recipe:
    http://www.chocolatetradingco.com/magazine/recipes/hot-chocolate-coulant?t=&b=963

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  59. Wow! Thank you so much for this fabulous giveaway! My favorite holiday treat is Giada De Laurentiis' Holiday Biscotti! It's SO delicious! Best recipe ever!

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  60. I love the really simple cookies we made last weekend. (my mail can be found on my blog)

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  61. Simply an amazing giveaway. I favorite holiday treat are those shortbread cookies with jam in them. I don't think they're very holiday-y but that's when I eat them. I love the fancy ones that are shapes and the jam is more sandwiched between the layers. They're perfect with a cup of Black tea, no need for sugar.

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  62. I love cookies, really love, I could it them instead of lunch.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. that fat quarter bundle would be used here for a huge quilt for our family bed. those colours are great!

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  64. I'm always happy to find another Canadian crafter and blogger! I have been baking in the last few days, and I have been making Ninja-bread men, Russian Tea-balls (also known as Mexican wedding cookies), and a favourite Italian cookie called genettis. Mmmm. My favrouite! A new favourite is the Martha Stewart chewy chocolate gingerbread cookies. And good old fashioned Magic bars. Thanks for a great giveaway and happy baking!

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  65. Wow, gorgeous giveaway! You can try the Madeleines with Nutella from Eat little bird, yummi!

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  66. Peppermint bark!
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  67. My favorite Christmas treat is flan on Christmas Eve. Yum!

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  68. thanks for a great giveaway.... my fave treats are cookies and pecan pralines! I love them and can't stop eating!

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  69. I have been DROOLING over that Lotta Jansdotter fabric since I first heard it was coming out - thank you for this opportunity!

    My favorite holiday treats arebittersweet-chocolate-covered caramels... I got the recipe from one of my roommates, and it's something that my family looks forward to all year!

    betsygerding[at]gmail[dot]com

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  70. My favorite Christmas treat is iced,decorated sugar cookies.

    Pat K.
    tkelley5(at)charter(dot)(net)

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  71. I love Cinnamon stars. They're entirely made out of almonds, cinnamon, sugar and egg white. So yummy!

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  72. Oh my goodness, what a generous giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win! As to my favorite winter treat, well I have to go with the old stand-by: sugar cookies. :)

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  73. I love holiday cookies expecially gingerbread! thanks!

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  74. Cinnamon stars. I wrote a guest-post at Rhinestones&Telephones with the recipe a while ago: http://rhinestonesandtelephones.blogspot.com/2011/11/guest-post-holiday-treats.html

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  75. I loves mango pudding :)
    Thanks for the generous giveaway and a chance to win!

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  76. My favorite treats are called Ranger Rounds in my family. They are Ritz crackers sandwiched with peanut butter and dipped in chocolate. Perfect for salty/sweet lovers.

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  77. My favorite holiday treat is chocolate mint cookies.

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  78. My mom makes killer buckeyes, dipped in dark chocolate. YUMM!!!

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  79. I'm a fudge freak. Thanks for the chance!

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  80. I love to make Jello Rainbow popcorn! Thanks for the chance!

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  81. Ginger cookies rulez :)
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  82. I love the variety of cookies!

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  83. Wonderful giveaway. My favorite Christmas treat is gingerbread. Merry Christmas to you and your family

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  84. I love this fabric line so much! My favorite Christmas treat is fudge crackle cookies. Soooo tasty.

    Thank you so much for the generous giveaway!

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  85. I love to make Nanaimo Bars for the holidays. However I can never decide on which kind so I make half a pan of regular yellow ones and half a pan of mint green ones. Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

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  86. I love all treats, one of my favorites are Mexican wedding cookies my mom used to make and cheese straws that my grandmother used to make :)

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  87. beautiful fabric! I love fudge! Especially peanut butter fudge.

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  88. We can't go past the gingerbread house...even with a summer Christmas. Will be back to spy out your quilts.

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  89. pumpkin cheesecake. thanks for the chance!

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  90. I love dark chocolate peppermint bark! Yum!

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

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  91. What a great giveaway! Thank you!
    Well, I live in a country where Christmas is in summer time, so, our treats are mostly fresh and freezing :) But we also have a tradition at home, which is baking some Mailanderli cookies. Cookies are great with ice creams right?:D

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  92. I love all the chocolate. Any time of the year, actually.

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  93. Such a fabulous giveaway! I love toffee squares.

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  94. can only be Mince pies at Christmas

    http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/main-ingredient/mincemeat/home-made-christmas-mincemeat.html

    Don't worry they don't actually contain minced meat lol But if you make mincemeat, you are supposed to leave it "mature" for months/weeks before using it. (My Mum & Gran always make it in September along with the Christmas cake & Christmas Pudding)

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  95. Love that fabric! I enjoy making paper snowflakes with my boys every year ♥

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  96. Lovely! Thanks for the chance.

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  97. My fav is PB fudge. Just the best. We use the Jiff PB fudge recipe. I bet it is on the net. Thank you.

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  98. Mmm, christmas pudding and brandy butter. I can't wait!
    On a side note, I'm not sure which I love more, the fabric or the designers name! Both are fantastic.

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  99. What a generous giveaway. Thanks for participating. My favorite things are toffee, fudge, rum cake, mini pound cakes, mini banana bread loaves... I could go on.

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  100. I just love oatmeal cakes, Amish friendship cakes, and cowboy chocolate chip cookies.

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  101. Baking more spice cookies is on the agenda for tomorrow!

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  102. Christmas cookies, especially shortbreads, cookies drizzled with dark chocolate, etc. Love this giveaway, fabulous fabric! I've been wanting some of this line! Thank you!

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  103. peanut butter kiss cookies and chocolate crinkles...yumm!

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  104. My favourite treat is anything with peanuts, especially peanut cookies.

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  105. Hello from Alberta :)

    I love mincemeat tarts, a tradition from my English background. I also like to make peanut brittle, and this year I found an amazing recipe for Nutella caramel corn (on the Vittles and Bits blog).

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  106. Wouldn't be Christmas without my Grandmothers recipes of breads. One is date nut bread. The other a traditional Czech Christmas bread.

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  107. I make plain old sugar cookies at Christmas, with dyed sugar on top - they're simple and delicious, and addictive like potato chips. Never underestimate a classic! Thanks for the giveaway chance, these are lovely fabrics! (gotthebutton (at) me (dot) com)

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  108. chocolate roll log! http://smittenkitchen.com/2011/04/heavenly-chocolate-cake-roll/
    shawna(dot)desrosiers(at)gmail

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  109. I love the Echo line. I was not familiar with it until I started the SMS giveaway. I'm enjoying the process!

    My favorite treat this time of year is Toffee Almond Crunch.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Katina
    kjkoukla(athotmail...

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  110. Chocolate crinkle cookies like grandma used to make. Or her chocolate peanut butter balls.
    heatherkowens (at) yahoo dot com

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  111. I love cakes. My fav is Berliner cake.

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  112. If I won this I would think I'd died and gone to heaven!
    I like jelly fruits but you can't get them in Czech.

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  113. I'm thinking about making some caramels with chocolate and salt...not sure if I'll get to it, but it sounds good to me!
    seemommysew @ gmailDOTcom

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  114. FUDGE - made with marshmallow in a jar - that's where I get the recipe from. Super easy and really good.

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  115. My favorite holiday treat is the whatever part. I love potatoes and gravy and the dressing in gravy. Yum.

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  116. My favorite cookie is the chocolate crinkle cookie, with the crackly powder sugar top. I don't know if the recipes are exactly the same, but I see cookies that look the same on every other recipe site about this time of the year. :)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  117. Gosh, my favorite dessert this time of year is good Southern Pecan pie that my mother makes. It is to die for! Thanks for the chance to win!

    fredsinthehead (at) gmail (dot) com

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  118. I love making chocolate covered peanut butter balls - it's my Christmas tradition. I make them to give away... but they of course need to be tasted!

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  119. What beautiful fabric! I've made sugar cookies with buttercream icing so far this year (and let my 2 year old apply the sprinkles) I'll have to look through the comments to get some ideas too!

    Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!


    titchystitches(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. my favorite treat is all of the christmas cookies that everyone's baking at this time of year. the only problem is the extra weight i gain as a result!
    thanks so much for the wonderful opportunity to win this delicious stash of fabrics!
    have a lovely day!

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  121. Lovely give away! I love the Nigella Lawson totally chocolate cookies, and will be making a few batches the coming weeks ;-)

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  122. I love the cookies of my grandma :)
    Zony
    itsazony(at)gmx(dot)de

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  123. That pile of fabrics looks amazing! I love making gingerbread men during the holidays. I also want to have a go at making macaroons this year. Good luck with your baking!

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  124. I love the cookies and pies! Thanks!

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  125. Lovely giveaway and a great way to get new ideas for baking!

    Chocolate no-bake cookies are one of the favorites here, as well as raspberry linzer cookies (my personal favorite!)

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  126. I love all the cookies we just made...yuM!

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  127. I've always been a sucker for no-bakes, regardless of the time of year. :)

    This fabric is delicious, thanks for the chance to win!

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  128. My favorite treat in the winter is lefse. Making it is an all day project but eating it takes but a moment.

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  129. I would normally say sand tart cookies, but I made the best toffee last night and I just can't stop eating it...

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  130. Cookies, chocolates, minty things.... Yeah, pretty much any sugary chocolate snack will suit me. :o)

    Love this line! Thanks for a chance to own some. :o)

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  131. Molasses spice cookies. yummy!

    theredkiwi (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  132. My favorite holiday treat has to be my dad's springerles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springerle) - such a special treat to get these when I head home for Christmas!
    ~ MissLisbeth@gmail.com

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  133. I love fudge! I wish I could eat it all the time!

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  134. I am all about FUDGE this time of year. I make it, but rarely eat my own. I wait until my aunt brings hers because it is the best!

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  135. My favourite holiday treats are my Nana's mincemeat tarts. So yummy! Thanks for the chance. :)

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  136. I love love love thumbprint cookies with jam!

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  137. Eeek! Thanks for the chance to win I love this fabric line! At this time of year I always look forward to my aunts lemon squares! They are so sweet and yummy!

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  138. My grandpa's fudge is the best holiday treat. I love it!

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  139. love brownies! thank you for the opportunity!

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  140. My absolute favorite holiday dessert is dutch apple pie. My dad found the recipe in our local newspaper years ago, and we have made it for Thanksgiving and Christmas every year since.

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  141. They're plain and simple, but I love baking shortbread cookies at Christmas. I have a cookie press and it really makes them special. Thanks for the chance to win!
    susanne(dot)ruder(at)gmail(dot)com

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  142. Gorgeous fabrics! I like ginger spice cookies. Thank you for the generous giveaway!
    (hrmaris at yahoo dot com)

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  143. What a great giveaway! Spritz cookies are my favorite.....wonder why I only make them at Christmas!

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  144. I made coconut macaroons last night with chocolate drizzled over...they were delicious! That is the most outstanding prize - thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  145. Gingerbread men - tasty and I like to nibble their heads.

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  146. I have been baking pumpkin bread this year! First time ever and it's so yummy!

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  147. Love this range. Favourite treats - white chocolate pocky sticks!

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  148. Christmas stollen is my favorite! It's kind of a tradition in our family to have stollen during the holidays - I'm actually making ours tomorrow!

    Great fabrics...I'm crossing my fingers!!

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  149. Ohhh lovely lovely.

    I love Mexican Wedding Cakes and Magic Peanut Butter Middles cookies.

    I just made banana chocolate chip cookies this past weekend-- they were yummy!

    Shanny
    Shangalonline at gmail.com

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  150. Fabulous fabrics! My favorites are shortbread cookies. yum!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  151. What an amazing fabric line! Thanks for the chance to win. I love homemade gingerbread- but I just found a great new recipe:

    3 tbsp butter
    1/3 cup brown sugar
    1/3 cup corn syrup
    4-5 cups puffed wheat cereal (you can use sugar crisps but I find it too sweet, I go with sugarless)

    Put butter, sugar, syrup to boil in pot on medium heat. Once it reaches a boil, boil for a full minute, then add puffs and stir until well and evenly coated. Put into greased muffin tins or liners and let cool (only takes a few minutes in the fridge)

    Easy and not too sweet!

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  152. Pavlova, yummy!
    sable at xtra.co.nz

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  153. Thank you everyone for entering, this giveaway is now closed.

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