Sunday, June 19, 2011

Giveaway is Finally Here!

OLFA Circle Rotary Cutter and Demo disk
 GIVEAWAY!  I said I would have a giveaway if I ever won a giveaway, and, now I have won 2 giveaways.  I'm still waiting for the 2nd one to arrive, but, you can see what I won the first time here.  (Thanks Brita!)

Here is what I am giving away.  An OLFA Circle Rotary Cutter (18mm) and the product demo disc that goes with it. 


 I am also including this pattern, 'Bundle of 12 - Beach Balls' by Amelie Scott Designs.  It uses 12 fat quarters along with some yardage to make the quilt.  It makes a 50" x 66" quilt.
Bundle of 12 - Beach Balls pattern

Gifts All Around patterns
I am also including 'Gifts All Around' by Aarol Penny Pattenden.  It includes a wall hanging, table runner and a gift bag instructions.

Here are the rules:
1. Leave a comment on this post.  If you are anonymous, leave me a way to contact you or you can't win.  PS:  Please tell me what you are working on. 

2. For a second entry, become a follower of my blog.

3.  If you blog about this, you can come back for a third entry (yes, I will check).

4. I don't twitter/tweet or facebook, so, this is it, 3 entries per person.

I will select a winner on Tuesday evening, July 5th.  That is more than 2 full weeks to enter.  That should give everyone a chance to get back from the holiday weekend.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Cheryl

140 comments:

  1. I have never seen that rotary cutter... If you need a demo video that's a serious cutter LOL!

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  2. great giveaway, I am heading off to read you other posts...

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  3. The Olfa rotary cutter looks fabulous! I am working on finishing up some Roman Shades for a bedroom window. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  4. Interesting cutter. Have you actually tried one of these? Is it easy to use? Thanks!

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  5. I am a brand new follower, thanks!

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  6. I have always wanted the Olfa Circle cutter but haven't broke down and bought one yet.

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  7. All fabulous giveaway prizes! I use my little rotary cutter a lot now. Much straighter than scissor cutting. Imagine a cutter so fancy it comes with t a dvd! I have been clothes making lately and still need my shears for that.

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  8. I am already a follower :)

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  9. Hooray! Congratulations on your wins :-) Great giveaways -- I have that circle cutter, and it's really easy to use, and you can make circles of almost any size. And cute patterns, too -- wowza! I'm a follower, too. But if you choose me, pick again :-)

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  10. I am a new follower! gougeonathome@charter.net

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  11. Wonderful giveaway! I definately could use the circular rotary cutter! My circles come out "wonky" Thanks for the chance! gougeonathome@charter.net

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  12. Great giveaway!
    I'm stitching the binding on a baby quilt for a baby due in July!

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  13. Wonderful giveaway and congrats on your wins! I just became a follower.

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  14. Love the Beach Balls pattern and what a great giveaway!

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  15. Cute patterns! The circle cutter looks like a handy tool.

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  16. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

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  17. What a great giveaway! Congrats on your two wins :) Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

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  18. I am a regular follower of your blog :)

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  19. Thanks for the chance to win. I am working on a Circle and Spin quilt for my daughter's birthday. I love circles so that cutter would be fun to play with.

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  20. I am working on some black and tan blocks that I received in a swap with other quilters. We didn't have a pattern so a friend helped me with the design. I'm now trying to sew the cut blocks together. I'd love to give this quilt to my brother for Christmas. Take care!

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  21. I am a follower of your blog. Thanks!

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  22. I would love to win that cutter... I am working on my grandmother's flowergarden and I am crocheting scissorkeepers for the market,and I am embroidering a panel with flowers for a bag that i want to make for the market.....

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  23. I would love to enter to win. I'm trying to finish up my postage stamp quilt--quilting and binding.

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  24. I became a new follower today.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  25. I also posted about the contest on my blog.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  26. I'd like to enter your contest. I have a friend who quilts for our group, World of Charity Stitching and I know she would love to have a very helpful tool.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  27. Congratulations on your wins! I am currently working on a hand pieced 60 degree triangle king size quilt. I also have several other WIPs that need finishing.

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  28. Love the blog! I'm currently working on some bargello placemats. Take a hope on over to my blog if you're curious. The binding is almost done! I'm a follower of you now. =)

    http://www.sewdivertimento.blogspot.com

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  29. I included your giveaway in my blog today:
    http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/06/did-someone-say-giveaway.html

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  30. Hello Cheryl,

    Wow what lovely prizes. Thanks for the chance to win and congrats on your own two wins.
    happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  31. Oh my goodness! What a fantastic giveaway! I am still working on my hexagon quilt.. hand stitching, so it is taking forever. I think maybe I am in the summer slump.. cuz I finished the top, and havn't started on the back yet. I need a bump of motivation.

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  32. I have enjoyed reading your blog! thanks for a great giveaway. I am working on a scrappy jelly roll quilt w/ my daughter! thanks!

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  33. Oh that cutter is just what I was looking for! I was intimidated by the thought of cutting out circles by hand for a baby quilt I want to make, but that cutter would work great!

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  34. What interesting items you've chosen for your giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  35. I am now a follower of your blog and am off to blog about your giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  36. I'm working on quilting my spiderweb quilt - with any luck it will be done this week!

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  37. Please enter me in the drawing, I never saw this cutter before, I'm sure it's a must-have!!!!. I'm working in a pincushion for the sofa and later on in a pillow case for the same sofa, to match, lol.

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  38. I think it will be fun to cut out circles with this tool!

    I'm working on a Jelly Roll Race quilt for my sister, a bag for a swap partner, and a batik quilt for my OWN bed :^)

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  39. I have never seen one of those cutters but it looks like it would come in handy!

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  40. I blogged about your giveaway here: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

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  41. This looks like an awesome tool - I would love one of these! Thanks!

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  42. That rotary cutter seems out of this world. I wish I can win. Now I'm working on some BOMs and making hexies...lots of them.

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  43. You have a great giveaway. Right now I am working on some mug rugs for the girls in my quilt retreat and a wall hanging for my daughter's new apartment.

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  44. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm working on the binding of a pink Drunkard's path baby quilt.

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  45. I always have trouble cutting circles so I think this is a great giveaway. I'm currently working on gifts - they may be used as birthday gifts but the main intention is to have enough done so I miss the mad, last minute Christmas shopping rush :)!

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  46. I blogged about your giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/

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  47. I saw one of these used on Sewing with Nancy on PBS. It worked so nicely - would enjoy having one for making circles. Please enter me into your first giveaway! Congratulations.
    I'm working on handsewing some hexies for a queen GMFG quilt -- probably seven years from now will finish.

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  48. Ooh, I love rotary cutters! Very handy for the cathedral window quilt I'm working on lately!

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  49. I blogged about your giveaway at http://greenbeanthings.blogspot.com/2011/06/giveaway.html

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  50. Nice giveaway. Thanks for the chance

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  51. That Olfa round rotary cutter is a new one to me.

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  52. That Olfa circle cutter looks ingenious! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  53. What a great giveaway. I've had my eye on that, but I'm pretty cheap when it comes to buying tools--I spend my money on fabric instead. :)

    I'm working on a flannel quilt-as-you-go throw for my sweetheart. Individual blocks are just about done, then it will be time to put them together. Fingers crossed.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  54. Thanks for the chance..
    I never used a rotary cutter before, hope this is a good chance for me to win it...
    Cheers..

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  55. I am following your blog...
    Cheers from hueisei(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. I am not familar with this cutter , seems interesting and I'd love to win , thanks for the chance.

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  57. What a great giveaway! I've never seen this type of rotary cutter before, so thanks for the chance to win!

    Currently I am working on a baby shower gift for my friend :)

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  58. I'm a follower. I love your blog design :)

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  59. I am working on some tropical barkcloth throw pillows for the couch and loveseat -- kind of boring! -- but I am working on several quilts too.

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  60. I am working on a top for my niece who will be visiting this summer

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  61. I'm finishing my first (all done by me) lapquilt. I still have to finish the handsewn binding. It's far from perfect, but I've learned a lot.
    ellaredstar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  62. I am working on a baby quilt for a sweet friend of mine.

    kaety-scott (at) att (dot) net

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  63. I follow your blog.

    kaety-scott (at) att (dot) net

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  64. Lucky you for yor wins. Your giveaay is awesome. Thank you.

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  65. Great giveaway! I would love to win! I am one of your regular followers!

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  66. I am tweeting this right now! Great Prizes!

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  67. Just posted it on my Giveaway Page of my blog at http://marciascraftysewing.blogspot.com/

    Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. Great site and great giveaway! I found you through 'Cat Patches.' I am currently finishing up a T-shirt quilt for my brother-in-law's 50th B-day. Shhh! It's a surprise! I would like to become a follower as I am a fellow hand quilter and collector of antique sewing machines. Thank you, Judith. carrierman4755@gmail.com

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  69. I am working on a lil' twister quilt & then attempting to find a use for all the waste this gizmo creates. I am determined to make this a no waste project! I'll post it in the whoop whoop when I figure it out!

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  70. Very nice that you are having a giveaway after winning one. I've won a few myself...I love entering. I'd need me a blog so I can have a giveaway too LOL. THanks for sharing.
    freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

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  71. Neeeed a rotary cutter but its too expensive. So, hoping desperately I win.
    leena

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  72. Super duper giveaway.

    I'm currently working on a baby quilt.

    SewCalGal
    www.ewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  73. I am a new follower and looking forward to it.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  74. I have added your giveaway to my page where I share insights on contests & giveaways: http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  75. Today I posted your giveaway on my blog page that I share with my friend.... If you have time, check it out. :-)
    www.sewhowsthis.blogspot.com

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  76. for my final entry.....

    don't you just love meeting other bloggers, quilters, crafters and all the variety of people we meet online?!? It's great!! I could spend hours on here.... :-)

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  77. I'm working on a bunting type quilt at the moment. I'm not really in love with it, but i've got to the stage where i have to finish it quickly or it will never get done! I'm moving on to my hideaway fabric next, it's my treat for finishing the current one!

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  78. I'm a follower! great giveaway and you have gotten a great response to it. I'm working on a 9-patch scrappy quilt set diagonally with magenta blocks. happy blogging!

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  79. I am working on a star quilt for my mother-in-law in red and cream and light blue

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  80. A circle rotary cutter has been on my wish list for some time now - thanks for the chance to win!

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  81. whoop whoop: per your email I am entering one more time. follower, poster, fellow blogger!

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  82. Thanks for a chance to win! I'm currently working on some mug rugs and a quilt.

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  83. Great giveaway! Please count me in! I am working on a baby quilt.

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  84. I put your giveaway on my sidebar.

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  85. Would love to win the new cutter.

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  86. I have not seen the Olfa circle cutter before and it would be great to try it!

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  87. Am in a bit of a dilemma with the answer to 'what am I working on' as I ALWAYS have heaps of projects on the go....have an ostrich feather scarf 3/4's finished, have several different crochet projects at different stages of completion, and that's before I start looking around the craft room to see how many wip's I have on the go.....they're all bags, mug rugs, accessories, tablerunners and a quilt though! Hugs Naomi

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  88. I'm one of your newest followers. Great giveaway by the way. Hugs Naomi

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  89. That rotary cutter looks great - so much better than drawing around a saucer or mug! I'm starting a quilt using fruits and vegetable FQs. Thanks for the giveaway chance! VermontPines@aol.com

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  90. What a neat idea for a giveaway! Count me in. Thanks!

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  91. I have never seen this rotary cutter, so I will use the CD. I am now making a quilt with white, blue en red for my youngest daughter. Thanks for this give-away.

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  92. I am finishing my first quilt! Thank you for the giveaway
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  93. I'm a new follower
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  94. What an awesome give away!!!! I am currently working on two upcoming birthday gifts...a table runner for my sister and a quilt for my granddaughter (Strip Search using the most beautiful batiks).

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  95. What am I working on? I think a better question is what am I not working on! Two hexie quilts, the Skill Builder We Can Do It quilt along, the Clover and Violet quilt along, a string quilt, a baby quilt, and two bags. Whew!

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  96. I am currently working on a UFO charity baby quilt. Love that beach ball pattern~very unique. I want to order to austrailian magazine you show, I wonder if they will mail to me in Arizona. hmm. I'll check it out! I'm a new follower of yours! I have a giveaway going on as well if you wanna come check me out~it's for FABRIC! lol niki

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  97. You are being very generous indeed!

    At this instant I'm not working on anything because we're at our friends' house in Montana, but at home in Arizona I have 5 charity quilts waiting to be put together and quilted.

    thanks!

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  98. What a wonderful prize package. I am working on an applique quilt. I wish I could buckle down and get it finished!

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  99. Lovely giveaway gifts...love a chance to win...Warm Regards, Lyn

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  100. I am a follower...Warm Regards, Lyn

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  101. I am making a netbook case and camera case. My first quilt has been put on the back burner to get some other summer / trip projects done... Thanks for a chance to win your wonderful giveaway!

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  102. hmm, i'm a follower, not sure how to 'enter'again, but here I am again , entering LOL.
    thanks!

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  103. The circle rotary cutter would mean a great hellp in realising that Liberty sampler quilt I had been wanting to sleep in - it'll help with cutting out all the circles. Thank you!

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  104. Working on a quilt for new nephew, in flannel with a bear theme. Its so much fun to make quilts I just love it, don't you? Each step has it's challenges and in the end you get something lovely and useful, it's the best :)!
    grace at amnet dot net dot au

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  105. I love circle quilts! What a neat gadget to use for them. I'm currently making house blocks for a swap.

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  106. What a great tool for circles! Perfect giveaway choice! Right now with the weather a bit steamy, I'm keeping my projects light. No quilting, just piecing :) (And praying for a cold front!)
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  107. I am a new follower (better late than never)! Thank you for organizing this giveaway! Send some cooler Illinois air down to us here in the Washington DC area :)
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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