Playing with Drunkard Path blocks... I had some BRIGHT HOT pinks out the other day,
as I had Babies on my brain... No, I'm not sharing any big news, I'm not having a baby... LOL! One's enough for me! So,where was I,
Oh yes, PINK! There's a new baby girl on this earth, so I was playing around with PINK. They looked so bright and Fun on a rainy dreary day, so i thought, what the heck... here it goes...
Lay your plastic mat over the top, and roll it through the cutter
And Walla! You can instantly lay out your pieces, and play with them to make so many different layouts with this pattern. I have been obsessed with a pattern at the local french restaurant's tile floor, so this is what I came up with....
I cut out a few more and laid out another block in the opposite pattern.... BLUE on the inside... instead of PINK on the inside...
I selected about 5-6 different PINKS to use, and also Tonya Whalen's
Blue Marilyn Floral, DOLCE line...
I love how scrappy it feels without putting to much effort into it!
You can arrange these in so many different ways
You to can have a BABY GO CUTTER just in time for XMAS!
leave a comment here.
I will be away for Thanksgiving,
so I will ask you to leave a comment on what your grateful for this year?
I'm so grateful for the people who love me, and are there for me no matter what.
Friends, family, and blog friends!
I will draw a winner on Friday November 25th at 9a.m. (BLACK FRIDAY!)
You can then mark one thing off your Christmas list!)
I am thankful for a safe delivery of my third grand son. I am also thankful for my husband, sons, daughters in law, and grandsons!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for our good health, and that all my kids will be home for Thanksgiving :-)ReplyDelete
I have so much to be thankful for that it is hard to list just one thing. I am thankful that my son met a wonderful young lady and married her two weeks ago. I am thankful for my sister and oldest niece who made the rehersal dinner a huge sucess. and I am thankful for my brother who brought my mom. I'm thankful for my husband who never told me no, know matter what I ask for. Family, home and God to guide me. Mushy I know :o).ReplyDelete
I'm also thankful for creative people like you who write blogs for me to share at breakfast time.
I thankful for my wonderful daughter. She has brought so much joy to our lives in the short time she's been here.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for all the people out there in cyberland who share this love of quilting with me. Without them, I would just be sitting here by myself making the same old traditional quilts. Instead my world is filled with creatiive juices and modern excitement!ReplyDelete
Thanks to all of you!
glen in Louisiana: who fears early numbers are never chosen!
I am grateful for my family and friends who never stop encouraging me to explore and be creative.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my wonderful family including my darling, little twin granddaughters. Thank you for the generous giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my loved ones...and antibiotics, which are helping to make me healthy.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for the beautiful relationships I have with my daughters and my husband.ReplyDelete
Without a doubt, I am grateful for my family.ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting such a generous giveaway. I love your DP blocks!
I am most thankful for my husband's continued good health 5 years after his third aortic valve replacement surgery. There are blips in the radar, but overall he is in good health and is enjoying retirement, and so am I!ReplyDelete
I am so grateful for our amazing insurance and health care, and that my hubby is now 2 years cancer free! I'm so grateful for his doctor who went the 'extra step' early on so it was treatable. And, of course, I'm always thankful for our wonderful sons and DIL who are so positive and caring, and generous with their time for us. They actually WANT to spend time with us! Amazing! lolReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Eat lots of pie! :o)
I am thankful that I'm here to celebrate thisReplyDelete
holiday with the ones I love. Thanks for your
generosity. Happy Holiday !
I'm thankful for a few friends who really matter. HAPPY THANKSGIVINGReplyDelete
I too am very thankful for my family and that we do not have financial worries that so many people do right now.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family and thankful that I have more time to sew now that both kids are in college! :)ReplyDelete
I'm thank full for my families health, your quilt is looking lovely.ReplyDelete
I do, I do, I DO want a Go!Baby cutter, and if I win one I promise I will be very, very grateful for it! Love your pink/blue layout!ReplyDelete
Things already grateful for: my darling husband and our two kitties, who brighten every day, even they are being pests (the cats, I mean: hubs is generally well-behaved); that my parents are both in good health heading into their late 70s; and for fun/inspiring blogs to read.
I too am grateful for my amazing family! Have a Happy Thanksgiving and safe travels.ReplyDelete
Thankful for my sweet Grandbabies....what a delight and joy in my life.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my loving husband and the fact that he still has a job, albeit not the one he really wants. I am also thankful that my Lupus still remains mostly in remission.ReplyDelete
I'm so very thankful for my Family, my Friends and my Freedom.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my sweet family and good health. Also for so many inspiring quilting blogs! Mangelnsm(at)aol(dot)comReplyDelete
I'm grateful that my kids have found their soulmates and have happy productive lives with beautiful children! That means I did a good job turning them into productive human beingss!ReplyDelete
I'm thankful that I'm able to be a stay at home mom. It was my dream when I was a teenager, and it still is...most days!!!ReplyDelete
I am grateful that I can see the purpose in the very difficult trials that my family has been through this year. I am grateful that I have learned that I am stronger than I thought I was and that I can find happiness and joy even through the darkest of times. I am also grateful that I have been able to rediscover my love of quilting and the joy that comes from putting fabric bits together into beautiful creations.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family and we that we all live in the same town!ReplyDelete
Your DP quilt is beautiful! I love the blues and pinks, too, and that's not usually a favourite colour combination.ReplyDelete
What am I grateful for...? Good health for sure, and my family and friends.
This year I'm thankful for old friends. Neighbors 40 years ago and now in a different state we are about 50 miles apart and are having Thanksgiving with them. The years disappear when we are together.ReplyDelete
Baby Go Cutter is on my List.ReplyDelete
"For our family friends and food we say Thank you" Every time hubby and I sit down together. 40 years.
I'm grateful that I have an Accuquilt cutter on loan from a Guild friend, but I would love my own cutter.ReplyDelete
I am grateful that I live on beautiful Whidbey Island outside Seattle. I cherish the nature and light and all that enhances the senses here.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this opportunity.
I am thankful for the internet and all of the entreatment it provides! I am thankful for people who give stuff away! Love your quilt colors!!!!ReplyDelete
I am Gratefull for my health, my Family and friends, a roof over my haed and to be able to craft, and maybe loads more that didn't pop straight into my head.ReplyDelete
This year i'm especially thankful for having found the man (actually found him mor than 8 years ago) that i love and that he is willing to spend his life with me :)ReplyDelete
My thanks today are for good news that my darling husband is making progress and should be out of hospital on Monday, all being well. I am thankful that this dark cloud had a silver lining in that it helped me to appreciate just what I have in this man! Thank-you for the Baby giveway, it is a great diversion and I love the happy quilt you made.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for my husband's continuing recovery from recent cancer surgeryReplyDelete
Love the new quilt! This year I think I'm most thankful for my husband. We've had a tough couple of years and it's been a huge comfort knowing that he's always in my corner no matter what happens!ReplyDelete
I am greateful for every minute I get to spend with my family; old ones, young ones, sick ones and fun ones - all good.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your break!
Love your pretty quilt. It does look very provencal. I am grateful for my fun family. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for so much, family and friends, sunshine, and relatively good health to enjoy it all. Here's hoping I can be thankful to get a Go as well! ;-)ReplyDelete
I am most grateful for my family, that we are all happy and healthy and that we all love one another.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this giveaway!
I'm thankful for your generous giveaway. Thank you.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for high speed internet so that I can read and learn from great quilting blogs like you and Jackie !ReplyDelete
I am truly thankful for my husband who almost died this time last year and now is just fine =]
I'm thankful that my family will all be home for Thanksgiving. It doesn't get any better than that.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for the wonderful family I have around me!ReplyDelete
First, I love your layout. Doing a block them reversing it is one of my most favorite visuals.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family, for my husband & kids especially, and for all those who might as well be family! On a side note, I am also very very thankful for having a washing machine and dryer that work (no one wants to do laundry for 6 the 'old fashioned' way).
Would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE a GO! I am thankful for my health and mobility (I have MS) I never know what tomorrow may bring. Thanks for a chance.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for my grandson (first, hopefully not last though) -- my son is 37, I was beginning to think I'd never have a grandchild.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family, especially my husband this year. Late last December I found out I had a pretty significant illness and through all the tests and procedures and depression my family has been there to hold me up. I don't know what I would have done without them by my side. Looks like surgery this coming year and I yake comfort in knowing they will be there right where I need them to be-by my side.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for all the blessings that I've been given, and for being given the strength to handle all life's big and little situations.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful that I can go home for Thanksgiving! I am in grad school 7 hours away from home so it is close enough to drive, but I definitely have a number of friends that aren't going anywhere over the holiday!ReplyDelete
I'm grateful that my kids are getting older. :) Despite my deep and abiding love for them, for a while I thought I might never survive those toddler years!ReplyDelete
The Go, Baby isn't on my Christmas list...it's on my Wish List. I love what you did!.ReplyDelete
I am so thankful for a wonderful husband and family! The quilt is amazing....love the pinks!ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for my family and friends (cliche, I know, but it really matters to me). And I'm grateful that I am able to share my love of quilting with others who have so much less than I do. I am grateful that I am fortunate enough to be on the giving end and not have to be on the receiving end. Happy Thanksgiving, Victoria, and thank you for the chance and all the work you do for others!ReplyDelete
I'm thankful that I have two happy and healthy chikldren and a wonderful husband.ReplyDelete
i'm thankful for my two beautiful grandchildren and their wonderful Moms (and dads). thankful for my terrific husband who works so hard and takes such good care of us. our puppies who keep my feet and armpit warm at night. thankful for bumblebeans and victoria, who encourages me to sew (not hoard) and quilt daily. our men and women in the military. on and on, i'm blessed. :>)ReplyDelete
p.s. i'm thankful for the colors pink and aqua too! :>)ReplyDelete
I love the way the quilt came out. It is perfect for a little girl. I am very thankful for my family and friends. Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I am very grateful for wonderful people like you, who give their time, ideas and care to those in need.ReplyDelete
Oh my what a WONDERFUL giveaway! I am thankful for my country. I am thankful that with all the problems we face, my kids can still grow up knowing that they can question every one and offer solutions to them. I am thankful, thankful, thankful for my wonderful family and fabulous friends who validate me every single day!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my wonderful husband, my pregnancy, my family and friends, our house and dog. I feel very fortunate for the blessings I have received!ReplyDelete
Love your quilt colors! So cherry and bright. :)
I am thankful for every day, for my family and their continued good health, for all those who are protecting our country. Happy Thanksgiving evryone.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for a healthy family.ReplyDelete
im so grateful my water heater broke on wednesday at 8am instead of 9am, since my son and i would have left the house by then and the water heater would have flooded our kitchen by the time we got home...so even though we have been without hat water for 2 days im so grateful we caught it before it caused lots of damage...the incident has started some great conversations between me and my daughter and we discussed how lucky we are to have a warm, wonderful house and we are together as a family.ReplyDelete
I am grateful to the staff in the ER at the hospital where I was taken in September. Without their actions and those of my son and best friend, I wouldn't be around to be thankful! Each day is a blessing!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for so many things - time with my granddaughter, a wonderful husband, time to quilt, wonderful new friends I have made through the internet, inspiration, and good chocolate are just a few.ReplyDelete
What a great giveaway. Love your baby quilt. So cute.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my improved health.....it's been a long recovery. After cervical, lumbar, and gall bladder surgery within a 2year period, I've been able to strengthen my body where I'm able to walk 10 miles a week and have taken off 50 pounds! I now have the stamina to revisit my sewing and quilting hobbies as well as all my chores to support my family! Please enter me in the Go Baby giveaway and I've spent many hours living through your wonderful blog during some difficult times!ReplyDelete
Beth in AL
I am grateful for having a healthy loving family. I am fortunate to have a roof over my head and a way to make a good living. I am fortunate to have a job that I love doing and get paid for doing it.
I think your pattern is so pretty. I have been wishing for a baby go for a long time - perhaps it will be my turn, perhaps not - Thanks for the chance to win one. Whoever is the winner will be very happy.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Regards from Western Canada,
I am thankful for my family and for having a job.ReplyDelete
I am so grateful that my oldest is coming home from college for Thanksgiving. WE have not seen him since he left in August, and all of the grandparents will be here to share the holiday with us.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my daughter. She is 15 and we are the best of friends. What a blessing!ReplyDelete
I'm happy for a call from my daughter!ReplyDelete
I'm Thankful to have a full-time job in these tough ecomonic times. And that my family is healthy!ReplyDelete
This year I was particularly thankful to finally be able to make our long desired move to a new townhome. But I am always thankful every year for my family (who'll be here for Thanksgiving), DH's Family (who we'll travel to visit for Xmas) and the ability to wake up every day and enjoy life and quilting!ReplyDelete
Thanks for another chance at one of these. I know there will be hundreds of people entered in this one but I gotta give it a GO!
(O.k., I admit used that pun on another giveaway but I didn't win so I reserve the right to use it again!)
A Happy Thanksgiving To One and All!!!!
Happy Thanksgiving!! I'm thankful for all the wonderful bloggers that share so much with us.ReplyDelete
Hi Victoria! A great give away!! I am truly grateful for the blessing of a wonderful loving husband and 3 beautiful children! And for having both my parents still!ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family, and the best dog a woman could ever have wished for. Both have taught me more about love than I ever expected.ReplyDelete
I`m thankful for my health,family and friends.ReplyDelete
thanks for hosting this generous giveaway.
I love your DO quilt.
I live in Canada, so we have already celebrated Thanksgiving ... but I am thankful for my health, my family, my friends and all the creativity in the world! And I am thankful for another chance to win a GO! Baby!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for good health, good food, a warm house and a great family. Also thankful for giveaways! Happy ThanksgivingReplyDelete
I am so grateful that my family and friends are happy and healthy and that we are always there to support each other.ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving V! Great quilt for the baby girl, love the way it is playing out. ox
I ma thankful for blog friends that I have never met, that inspire me to create.ReplyDelete
I am so thankful for my super sweet husband this year! We have been married for 3 years and it is absolutely heaven on earth! We met each other 10 years ago, dated for 7years and then he popped the question one day, very unexpectantly! I was 47 years old and didnt think I would ever find my soul mate. I was also very gun shy after a terrible marriage that I had been in. My husband loves my children and makes us all feel extra special. He is such a blessing to us and has taught me that all things are possible!ReplyDelete
Hi, LOve the colours in the quilt,beautiful! Well I'm thankful for the internet as i get so much inspiration from people like yourselfReplyDelete
and my family of boys. I would be even more thankful if i won a go baby too!
I am thankful for my wonderful husband and children.ReplyDelete
I am so very thankful for my wonderful husband who supports me in all ways. I'm thankful for my job and the house we live in and that we have plenty of food. I'm not feeling so thankful for our elected officials, at least at the federal level.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my wonderful family.ReplyDelete
I am always thankful for how God has brought me & my family thru the year. but this year We have been blessed. with health Happyness & a Good life. I wish this for all my friends for the next year too.ReplyDelete
I am very, very thankful that my husband likes to cook. We are staying home in pi's and I do believe that some sewing will be going on. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yoursReplyDelete
I am grateful for my families good health. So many of my friends and their families are having difficulties, health wise, right now. God has been good to us. I'll also be out of town (till Sunday). Have a safe and fun Thanksgiving. That is a cute quilt you are making.ReplyDelete
This year I am especially grateful for my family's health! It has been a long year, that I'm glad is coming to an end :)ReplyDelete
As an adoptive mom, I am so thankful for the privilege of raising my kids. Even when, like now, I'm exhausted from hauling them hither and yon all day, I'm grateful for the open relationship we have with their birth parents and for all of the support I receive as a single mom from my friends and family.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for family, fabric, art supplies, and new friends.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for so much this year. It's been a sad, happy, hot, exhausting, challenging, good year. I'm thankful for my family the most.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for so many things. I am thankful that my dad and I have a job after our company re-structured last holiday season and let so many people go.ReplyDelete
I am so looking forward to enjoying this holiday season!
I have so much to be thankful for -- family, of course. But this year I am especially thankful for being able to retire with health to enjoy it....and a future of family, quilting, and who knows what else!ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving to all! Jan
I am grateful to be abe to spend Thanksgiving with my family. We lost a memeber last week from a heart attack.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my four grandchildren and one on the way! Boy would I love to have a Go Cutter! Enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday.ReplyDelete
i'm thankful that everyone i love is healthy and that we all have enough.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for family and friends, pets, plenty of food to eat and clothes to wear, a nice, warm home to live in, and SO much more... I am truly blessed! :-) Thank you for giving us a chance to win!ReplyDelete
There are so many things I am grateful for this year. My marriage is still together, my kids seem to be figuring out life and doing good thing, I love waking up in the morning to start another day, which was not always the case!! And I am feeling really good. I am grateful for my life!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for having my life back after a surprise separation last year. I am at peace and I love that.ReplyDelete
Great kids and husband of course and that it's going into summer here!ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for my great friends !ReplyDelete
I am Thankful for my job. MY wonderful children who allow me to indulge in my fabric addiction which I will need to use up before I die(per my son). My wonderful family who came together this summer when daddy passed away. This Go Baby! will help me to accomplish lots on my list. ThanksReplyDelete
Your version of Drunkard's Path came out beautiful(ly?)ReplyDelete
[Grammar brain lapse]. Thanks for the wonderful GO Baby giveaway opportunity. I am thankful for my wonderful husband and my two children. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Love your colourful drunkards path. I am grateful to have an improvement in my health and having set the first step onto return to work. I am always grateful to have so much more than millions of others. I think you should count your blessings, not what you think you are missing.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for all the friends and family that want to learn sign language to help by 2 year old learn to communicate. It's not an easy task especially if you're not using it every day, but they still want to learn.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the colours in your sample,as always a modern twist to tradtional pattern you do so well.ReplyDelete
Hope the baby go goes to a good home, my go is grown up and still being good!
My mother has dementia, and while it is sad to see her memory go, she knows who I am and is appreciative of everything I do for. I am grateful she is still with us and can share her love with me.ReplyDelete
I'm thankful for another year with my mum. She is a gift. Kathie L in AllentownReplyDelete
I am so greatful for a healthy family, parents, kids, grandkids, sister and brother and their families. Some of us are together for Thanksgiving this year and I couldn't be happier!!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for family and friends and the unconditional love they give.ReplyDelete
Greatful for a healthy family.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family, who mean the world to me. My kids are grown and now I have an adorable granddaughter to love. I am so blessed. Hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I am sooo grateful that all my kids will be home for Thanksgiving. It has been a great year and they are all doing well at the same time! yea!ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my little family this year and always.ReplyDelete
I am so grateful for my life, I love everything about it, the people in it, especially my family, my home, where I live, I couldn't be happier and more grateful. Plus I would be extremely grateful to win the baby go :)ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family, my health and for employment. I feel blessed when others have so little.ReplyDelete
thankful for each and every day I get to spend with my wonderful husband and kids!ReplyDelete
Above all I am thankful for my family and friends.ReplyDelete
So grateful for the health of my baby girl, who last year finally left the NICU. after 162 days!. Those Drs and nurses are amazing, i am forever grateful.ReplyDelete
Those blocks are genius!!ReplyDelete
I am very thankful to be surrounded by love and happiness.
I'm grateful that Gary, the curmudeonly sewing machine repair guy, was able to get my machine working in 15 minutes-- and didn't charge me. (Apparently the works were all full of lint. I'm sort of proud to have generated that much lint!)ReplyDelete
to have found the Kansas City Modern Quilt guild, to spend time with quiltly and non-quilty freinds. My cats, the husband who is so supportive, especially when I'm have a hard day, fabric, books, and all the lovely that exists in the natural world around me.ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for my crafty friends. They have helped me get through a truly crappy year. Also, I'm grateful that 2011 is nearly over.ReplyDelete
Bring on 2012!!!
I am thankful for cars and gas and airplanes that bring my entire family together this week!ReplyDelete
I love what you did with the drunkard's path. So awesome! (and very tile-like)ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family, my community, the Earth, and (I must admit) the comforts I enjoy.
I'm grateful for my family who loves me, appreciates me, and accepts me for who I am, not the better self I keep trying to be. I'm grateful for my health, a truly precious gift. I'm grateful for enough to eat, and a roof over my head. I'm grateful that family members are employed, and that the one who is not is doing okay, better, with things looking up, and that if that changes, we are a family that will help. And last, but certainly not least, I'm grateful that we all realize how very lucky we are.ReplyDelete
I'm so thankful for my family and all we've been given.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family, my friends, and the new love of my life. I feel so blessed!!!ReplyDelete
I have wonderful son-in-laws - so grateful.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this opportunity.
I am so grateful for my family (and friends). I know it's a cliche, but the older I get, the more lucky I realize I am to have a family who truly loves and supports me (and who I actually like), and the same goes for my friends. :)ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for the fact that my new nephew is finally coming from China in a few weeks to truly be a part of our family!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my kind and loving partner. I'm thankful for our son who brings me joy and happiness every day. I'm thankful that my biggest complaints in life aren't all that big.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my family and friends of course. I am also thankful for the ability to share a little comfort with quilt giving. Nothing better than a quilt hug!ReplyDelete
I am grateful to have another year with my mother and sister- both recent cancer survivors. I am grateful for the simplicity of life-I don't have much but it is all I need.ReplyDelete
Am grateful for my family, my health and my ability to give back in small ways.ReplyDelete
Thanks! wtrstone @ aol
So many things to be grateful for! My husband is first on my list. He's a keeper! Next is our family who really like each other and get along so well. And I could go on and on.ReplyDelete
Thanks for offering this.
I am thankful for a warm home, healthy family and great friends!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my healthy and loving family and friends!ReplyDelete
I have so much to be thankful for. Today I am thankful for a sewing room, my kids, 5 of them, have been hyper and loud. I am so happy I have a calm place to be by myself!ReplyDelete
i'm thankful for my family and friends ..and so thankful for stepping into blogland one year ago and not looking back. what a wonderful and supportive group of quilters in cyberspace - who'd have thought?
Oh and of course thankful for opportunities such as these Victoria, to win a Baby Go!! Thank you x
Baby, I'd love to win a Go! I'm thankful for good health for my family.ReplyDelete
So much to be grateful for. Let's just say that the last year and a half have been hard. But I can see that things are so much better, the fog has lifted and looking forward to a wonderful holiday season with family and good friends, old and new.ReplyDelete
I am thankful that my mother moved in with me this year (really!) and that we are lucky enough to have this chance to share our joy of quilting and cooking and feeding the birds and squirrels. Life truly is a circle of love, isn't it?!ReplyDelete
I am thankful that my 82 year old dad is healthy, living on his own, driving safely, hunting, fishing, having fun with friends and doing many things for his church.ReplyDelete
I'm so grateful for all of the lovely friends that God has blesses me with. Thanks for the chance to win this great prize!ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for my wonderful family and friends - particularly a sister who braves the long plane flight from NZ to US with two children under 2 years old. That's not for the faint of heart! And I'm always grateful for my wonderful circle of like-minded quilt-obsessed friends! They make life so fun.ReplyDelete
I am thankful that I live in a free country.Thankful for my family and some wonderful friends. Today, in western PA, I am especially thankful that all of the rain we have had today is not snow!ReplyDelete
Every day above ground...drawing breath...alive.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my friends and a good health , especially cause my mother got diagnose of non Hodgkin lymphoma yesterday and starts with chemo within a couple days . she' s 82 years old.ReplyDelete
Thanks for you're wonderful blog and the give away
I'm thankful for my wonderful family...my husband, my children, their spouses, and healthy grandchildren. We will have a feast on the 24th, and I hope that no one in the world goes hungry.ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my amazing sisters, who will always support me, but also give me that kick in the butt, figuratively of course, when I need it.ReplyDelete
I"m thankful for my parents.ReplyDelete
i am thankful for my partner and family. and i will be really thankful for a baby go cutter this holiday season. ciao, marcusReplyDelete
I am very grateful for my health and my family.ReplyDelete
Grateful for a new son-in-law the end of October. Thanks for the opportunity to enter. Robert, in northern Iowa.ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving V! Thankful for all the love that is given and recieved, a warm home, and freedom to quilt and create :)ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family. I say this every year. I feel so grateful that they are around and relatively healthy. After losing my youngest (age 23) 8 years ago, I don't take them for granted at all!ReplyDelete
Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net
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I am so thankful to know Jesus Christ and thankful for my wonderful boyfriend and for my loving family.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for your blog and all you do for the Basics quilt gather!ReplyDelete
I'm grateful for family, friends, my quilting time, and good health to enjoy my retirement!ReplyDelete
I'm thankful that I still have my parents, and that they are in good health for their ages. I'm thankful that five years after his surgery, my husband remains cancer-free. I'm thankful for the wonderful woman who fostered the sweet little doggies we adopted nearly eight years ago- this time last year she didn't think she'd be around to celebrate another Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
I am so grateful to be with my family after so many years apart. I am lucky to have so many wonderful blog friends and am truly thankful for all of them. HugsReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family, my health, my friends, my freedom, and my God. And I would be very thankful to win the Go Baby. :)ReplyDelete
I am also thankful for my friends and family and that my father is still healthy!ReplyDelete
I am thankful for love.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my family some more than others!ReplyDelete
I am thankful that God guided me to go back to school and finish next week with a 4.0 average and for my family who stood by me while it all happened. Have a great Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I am so thankful for everything I have!! Family, friends, good health, a job I love, creativity! Ahh..the list could go on forever and ever!! There is SO much to be thankful for EVERY day of the year-not just Thanksgiving!! We need to give thanks each and every day for all we enjoy, for we may not have it tomorrow!!ReplyDelete
After some unemployment months in our family, I am thankful that husband and I finally have jobs that we really like, and the future is looking bright.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for the continued health of my family. IN October my 80 year old mother fell on a pyrex plate and cut her wrist severing the artery in 3 places. She was babysitting my 3 month old great nephew and another 6 year old girl that day. When she called my nephew to come get the baby and take her for stitches she never indicated the severity of the accident. When Thad arrived, saw her sitting in the kitchen rocking the baby in his car seat with her foot, calming the 6 year old down, her shoelace tied around her arm to stop the blood flow, he called an ambulance. The EMTs said it was lucky he got there as soon as he did, As it was as soon as he got there she told him the baby needed a bottle and passed out. She ended up needing 3 transfusions. Then in November we welcomed a new bride, her 4 year old daughter from another marriage and a newborn great nephew. Life is good. I am thankful for everything today!ReplyDelete
I am grateful for my wonderful family and also for my quilting.ReplyDelete
I give thanks to God for his awesome blessings of grace and life to me and my family. I am grateful for those early Pilgrim immigrants who celebrated with a Thanksgiving their colonization of what is now the USA.ReplyDelete
I give thanks to God for his awesome blessings of grace and life to me and my family. I am grateful for those early Pilgrim immigrants who celebrated with a Thanksgiving their colonization of what is now the USA.ReplyDelete
I am thankful for my health and family. Wonderful grandkids and a daughter who is bravely facing great changes in her life. Still a great mother.ReplyDelete
Wow, so many thankful people!! I am so greatful for my loving husband! I will be so glad to be a winner!ReplyDelete
I am thankful that our lifestyle allows me to be a 'career mum' and get time to play with fabrics!! kxReplyDelete
I would be SO greatful to win a BabyGo to cut up some of my fabric stash.... I am grateful for my loving husband & family that support my quilting habit! Grateful for all the creative blogs like yours that inspire me. Happy Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete