Thursday, 13 March 2014

The Rosedaisy Alphabet Giveaway!

Jenny of Elefantz has designed a cute set of 26 Rosedaisy Alphabet stitcheries! Each of the 26 stitcheries will fit inside a 5 inch square, and feature blanket stitch applique plus simple backstitch and running stitch.
You can frame them, feature them on gifts, or even use all of the stitcheries in a quilt!
They are a set of stitcheries you will use again and again.


How to enter:
Leave one comment only on this blog post, telling me which 'Rosedaisy' Alphabet letter you would stitch first and why.
Please leave an email or blog address so you can be contacted if you win - otherwise a new winner will be drawn in your place.

The giveaway is open world-wide!


There are four pdf pattern sets of Jenny's "Rosedaisy Alphabet" to be won - one set each at four different blogs. Visit all four blogs and leave a comment at each to multiply your chances of winning.

For those who absolutely can't wait for the giveaway to be drawn, a full set of the patterns (as a pdf download) can be purchased here in Jenny's shop.


The participating blogs are:

Jenny of Elefantz
Sugarlane Quilts
Seriously Crazy 4 Craft - You are here now of course!
Cotton Compulsions

The four winners will be drawn on Wednesday 17th March - St Patrick's Day.

Good luck to all who enter.








152 comments:

  1. Oh Heather, how fortunate you are to get those early sneak-peaks at your Monday sewing luncheons. I love Jenny's work. My letter of choice is "E".

    ecsokmay@yahoo.com

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  2. Like I just said to Wendy... that's so very nice of the four of you! Fingers crossed I get lucky...xxx
    I would stitch the letter "K"... the first of many I'm sure! :)

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  3. Hi Heather
    Have never been on your blog before .. lovely stuff.. I will definitely be back... Love Jenny's letters.. I would start with the letters J & H for my 2 granddaughters who live in Canada.. Thanks
    Flora @ flowergal1636@gmail.com

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  4. I would have to do a J for my Hubby Jim and me Jan!! The J & J with 3 letters in each name!! Thank you sew much, Jan

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  5. I would start with "V" as Violet is my youngest grand daughter's name and I know she would just love to have it framed on her dressing table.
    jharlond@yahoo.com

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  6. Hello Heather! Thanks for helping Jenny with her giveaway and allowing us the chance to win such a sweet gift!
    I would choose an "S" for my best friend, Stella
    Amy
    junebug613@gmail.com
    girlrecycled.blogspot.com

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  7. Isn't Jenny clever - such an adorable alphabet! We would choose the letters of our names first - Baa = B, Miss H = H and the Mother = K.

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  8. Such a beautiful giveaway. Thank you Jenny. I would start with "L" for a great grand daughter due in early June. I would do it in soft pink. Thank you Heather for helping Jenny with the giveaway..I also have never visited your blog but I will definitely be back soon...
    Sewlady67@sbcglobal.net

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  9. How beautiful...all of your work! I think I would chose the letter E, for my name because I never make anything to keep and with this, I would have to. I love the bright colors, just brilliant. Thank you, Elaine
    echristian851@gmail.com

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  10. such beautiful work from Jenny,
    My first visit to your blog,but will be returning soon.
    My first letter would be C for my beautiful granddaughter but I will be doing many more i am sure.

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  11. The designs are beautiful. My first letter would be a G.

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  12. Joan Anderson - would love to win! I would do the letter "J" and I love all her color combos! Love your blog! kensbw@hotmail.com

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  13. I would stitch A first for my 4 month old granddaughter Audrey. jshicks@hughes.net

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  14. I would choose letter A because of my special Ashlyn. Thank you giving me a chance to win.

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  15. oh my goodness!!! I love it! thanks for the chance...

    qlt7scrap at gmail dot com

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  16. It would have to be a M for Mike and Mark the 2 men in my life

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  17. Such a fabulous prize. I'd stitch an M but not for me but for my wonderful 84 year old friend, Mavis

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  18. The S would be first, but I think I might put an N together with it on a pillow, maybe even an L. Those are all my initials! Thanks for the giveaway. dezertsuz at gmail

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  19. Love this alphabet & I would make the "H" first for my precious daughter Haylee.

    Blessings

    Gail
    gcom31@msn.com

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  20. I would stitch the letter A first for my granddaughter Audrey. marykolb at charter dot net

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  21. Entry for DEE - shawfox1@yahoo.com

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  22. Hi Heather
    Lovely to find you in Blogland after seeing you on Jenny & Wendy's blogs. I would stitch D first in an attempt to keep it for myself, but as I don't often stitch for myself I would probably make an R for a friend.

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  23. You 4 ladies are all so talented. I love the new letters and would start with K for my oldest grandchild Kendra.

    Kim
    rrhody1@charter.net

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  24. I would sew P first for my daughter Patricia.

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  25. Great idea.
    I would start with a P for my mother.

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  26. I would do the M first for my granddaughter Macy. Then N for my daughter. rladycase@msn.com

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  27. Hi Heather, I had the pleasure of meeting Jenny at LGS and fell in love with these designs., I have two grand daughters Z for Ziva and P for Paige so they are the two that I would love to stitch first.

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  28. I would stitch the letter K first and give it to my friend KT, my friend Karen, my daughter Korie OR I just might keep it for myself!
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    Krista
    quiltingkoala(at)ymail(dot)com

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  29. Hi Heather, how lucky are you to have Jenny for a friend? You must have so much fun together and it is fun to visit your blog today!

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  30. What a great giveaway! I love Jenny's designs and would love the letter "E" -- just so I can make a pretty for myself. Thanks!

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  31. Hello Heather! So cool to be introduced to Jenny's friends and have a chance to win an awesome pattern to boot. I would love to make an A for Annemarie, my eldest, first; in black and white with red flowers, followed closely by a C for Carinain soft blue and yellow like the sample S. I don't have a blog, but you can get hold of me at marina (dot) apap (at) ncr (dot) com.

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  32. I would start with A and stitch all these lovely letters.

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  33. I would start with the M for my son's fiancee and then carry on from there!

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  34. As a special treat for me for a change I waould stitch L first! xx

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  35. Just gorgeous - definitely "L" for my granddaughter Lulu. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. Hi Heather, pleased to stop by. I would use the entire alphabet but would start with the letter S. I have a beautiful Blue/lemon print, a little deeper blue than that used by Jenny. I would use the S stitchery as a pocket in a bag. Sandra P. dougsand102@bigpond.com

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  37. Hi Heather. I would probably end up stitching quiet a few of them. What fabulous gifts these would make for my sisters and mom and my nieces and great nieces for birthday and Christmas gifts. I would do the c first for my sister Charlotte. As always Jenny's talent just blows me away.

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  38. Heather,

    Such a great idea. I love the designs of Jenny and have made several of her quilts and other designs. I would probably start with "A" for my daughter.

    Mary
    mary.carlock@gmail.com

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  39. Thank you for being part of this. Jenny designs such beautiful work and it must be fun to be around her. As I mentioned on Jenny's blog, I'd start with "L" for my son's girlfriend and make her something. Now, after that, I'd have to do one for each of the 5 ladies in my quilt bee. Thank you all for the chance to win this wonderful alphabet. whysyourhatwet(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  40. I'd start with 'R' for my eldest son.
    gillwatson(at)mailbox(dot)co(dot)uk

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  41. A for my sister Allison in Perth. Haven't seen her for a while and I miss her.

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  42. "S" for sandi of course...lol ....wish me luck

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  43. It really is a beautiful alphabet and I would love to make all 26 of them - starting with D of course, since my name begins with tht letter.

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  44. H for home, it's a lovely Alphabet!

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  45. Love Jen's designs! I would start with an S for my daughter Sam, for her room.

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  46. I would use the letter S for my oldest granddaughter Samantha. Your friend is very talented. johnsonc@newnorth.net

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  47. I would start with the letter A for my granddaughter. It would make a pretty pillow for her bed. Nancy B

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  48. I would do the "C" first for my girlfriend, then start the " K" for my daughter & continue with "J" which doubles up for my SON & myself

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  49. Isn't Jenny Awesome - You all are very talented and enjoy seeing what you all work on. Thanks. I have only one Sibling - my Sister Randi - And this is her Birthday month ... So I would do the "R" first. Whew, that was a hard one. :) Thanks Lynn jnl4God @ Live dot com

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  50. Love these letters! I would do a M and then a K for my grandkids names.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  51. I love everything Jenny does and these are so lovely. I would do the b and e for my daughters.

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  52. Thank you for a sweet giveaway. I would do J and S for my daughters.

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  53. Beautiful designs...
    I would sew A and then M for my two GGDS

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  54. Since we've been shown just how adorable the S is, and it's my first initial, I'd start there. I love the combination of appliqué and stitching and the rose daisies are charming.

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  55. How exciting! I think this is Jenny's best one yet. Thanks for the chance.

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  56. I would stitch a "D" my initial on a great bag for spring.

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  57. What a darling alpha!! I would begin with a letter M, as both of my Granddaughters names begin with M. (they are the most darling M&M's! LOL)

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  58. I love everything Jenny designs. I would stitch up the G for Gabriella, my 2 year old GD and make her a doll quilt for her babies. ( A keepsake) Bobbie

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  59. maybe w for out last name, thanks for the chance

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  60. I would stitch M for my MIL. Her birthday is at the end of the month. Thank you ladies for this awesome giveaway!

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  61. Isn't Jenny's new pattern just gorgeous! I'd love to make one for one of my swap partners so I have to keep the initial a secret! Thanks for the lovely giveaway, Heather.

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  62. I am loving the look if these new stitcheries. I would start with the letter K for my sister.

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  63. HELLO, it would be 'B' for my daughter in something of reds+creams!
    Thanks for sharing!


    Ancobaltt16@yahoo.com

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  64. Beautiful new patterns. The first would be an "L" for my Mom's upcoming birthday.

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  65. Just lovely as are all Jen's patterns
    I would stich the L for my beautiful daughters

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  66. Love these letters! I would do a L, my daughter's and grandaughter's initial

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  67. I would start with B for my granddaughter Beth

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  68. I would stitch a S, the first letter of my last name!

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  69. I would stitch the letter W for Wendy. I have been wanting to make something with my initial on it and this would be just perfect.

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  70. C for my only Grand daughter!

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  71. Jenny's alphabet is gorgeous - first letter would have to an A for Angela

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  72. I'm hoping I win! I'd start with the "F" but do one for every lady in my stitching group.
    cottage_hill@sympatico.ca

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  73. I would have to start with S, for me and both daughters.

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  74. Love the alphabet and would have to be an M for my grandaughter.

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  75. Gostaria do""L", pois minha neta se chamará Laura.
    hugs, Eva
    ekastecki@hotmail.com

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  76. The letter I would use first is M for mum. She needs a pick me up and I would put it on a night dress I will be making. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  77. I would stitch the letter T first because I would make it as a gift for my secret pal.Thanks for the chance to win.

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  78. My first letter would have to be B for my beautiful daughter Becky. I would love the opportunity to win, especially as you are drawing it on our National Saints Day. We have a long weekend here in Ireland this weekend because st. Patricks Day is on Monday. Thanks for all you do and share. annrsheehan@gmail.com

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  79. Firstly I would use the letters "K" and "R" for each of my daughters, then I would go onto the letters "C" and "V" for my two nearest and dearest friends...
    healy-kaylee@marubeni.com

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  80. Also Monday is the 17th March and not Wednesday!!

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  81. I would love to win this pattern! I love it.
    Rassaid@yahoo.com

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  82. Heather, I think Jenny has hit a high note with this alphabet. It really is beautiful. Thank you for letting us get an extra entry with you. Anne in Colorado

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  83. Heather, I love this alphabet!! I would pick the letter G for my daughter Grace. It was through her I found my way back to God and received his love and forgiveness. Thank you. Cindy (scgiL2@aol.com)

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  84. Thanks so much, Heather, for joining Jenny's giveaway! Lovely applique and embroidery, as usual. I'd start with the letter M, the initial of our family name. Have a good weekend!

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  85. Loved the opportunity to take a look at your blog! I would start with the L -- for a special little girl who is the only girl in my friends set of quadruplets!

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  86. I would start with M because that is what our name starts with. juditupp at yahoo dot com

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  87. The four of you are so gracious to offer a set of patterns to 4 lucky winners. I hope I'm one of them. I might pick the letter L for the phrase Live, Laugh, Love. You 4 seem to personify the phrase perfectly. Thanks for the giveaway. katztoo1 at frontier dot com

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  88. Hi!!!! I would start with A for my newest grand daughters name Aubrianna!!!! Isn't that such a pretty name!!!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!!

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  89. Nice blog. I would start with the letter "A" just because it is the first letter of the alphabet. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Janet

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  90. My new granddaughter just turned 1!!! Her name is Evelyn-so I pick the letter E

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  91. E for Ethan and Emma, grands. I will use for Christmas ornament for each grand.

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  92. Beautiful! I would start with A for my name and use it on a pouch for my Ipad.

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  93. Thank you for the chance to win. Seems like this would be pretty for Easter, so was thinking "J" for Jesus.
    mcdowallrc@gmail.com

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  94. I would do the M as our spare room (which has just been repainted) is called the M-room. It is used mainly by my mum whose name is Margaret, my daughter whose name is Megan and m for mum (when my mother in law stays)
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  95. I would like to make the H. It is the first letter of my name. I hope to create some space for myself in a full house.

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  96. Thanks for the opportunity of a giveaway!!! I'd start with an "A" for Annette!!

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  97. They are beautiful! I would start with C for me and E for my daughter Emmeline!

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  98. This is a lovely alphabet design by Jenny. I would choose S for my granddaughter Sarah to start with.

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  99. mOm (createon@roadrunner.com)14 March 2014 at 21:10

    Heather your lovely friend Jenny is one talented lady, but then I don't need to tell you that. WOW!! WOW!! Beautiful those letters are. The first one I would do is the letter "O" and place it on my front door. Way too cute!

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  100. No sweet little Granddaughters here (yet) so I would make an R for my craft room.

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  101. Hola, me encanta su blog, lo he conocido gracias al de Jenny. Gracias por el sorteo. Me quedaría con la E porque es la inicial de mi niña. y con el conjunto rosa y verde porque es muy dulce. Un saludo.nagueda@hotmail.com

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  102. I'd have to go with "P" first, and then follow with the rest of the last names of family. These would make wonderful gifts. Thank you for the opportunity to win! stargatefan 54 @ comcast dot net

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  103. I love this alphabet! My first letter would be an L for my daughter's initial.

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  104. Hi Heather. I really admire Jenny and love all the beautiful things she makes. Thank you for giving us another chance to win a set of this alphabet. I would make the letter "K" for my sweet friend Karen.

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  105. My letter to create in the Rose Daisy letters would be "A" for my Adorable Aidan! She is ten now and a notebook cover would be ideal I'm thinking!
    Kathy

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  106. It would love to do all for a new baby, starting with a.
    Thanks,
    Barbara email bleonard02@tampabay.rr.com

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  107. My letter would be A for my granddaughter Amelia who turned 3 on Wed.
    Thank you!
    Verna
    rvsherw@nb.sympatico.ca

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  108. Great giveaway. My first letter would be L, for my daughter!

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  109. You have a lovely site....I will be spending time looking around.
    I would do the letter "E" for my youngest granddaughter.

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  110. Jenny has created more wonderful designs! I would start with the J for my amazing daughter.

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  111. I'm back - I decided I should follow directions to the letter (pun intended :)) and include my email address in the comment. I'd really love to get started on the J for my girl!
    calamityjr@sbcglobal.net

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  112. I'm sure all 26 are fabulous. I would choose "S", for my daughter Sarah.

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  113. Thanks for participating in this giveaway. The letters are all so lovely. I'd start with an "S".

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  114. I'd probably stitch W first, something for me for a change! I'd also do an S for my mum and N for my MIL.

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  115. I would stitch the E first for our family last name. thank you for a chance to win your alphabet.
    requilt (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  116. Love the designs. They are so fresh. I would start with a B as that is the first initial of my name. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  117. Can't believe I've been missing these web sites all this time...I could have been doing so much stitching! I would start with the letter "P" for my first name - Peggy...then go from there. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  118. Olá, gostaria muito mesmo de ganhar, pois seu trabalho é maravilhoso. A letra que bordaria seria o R, porque as três pessoas mais importantes da minha vida são meu marido Ricardo e meus filhos Rodrigo e Rafaella. Obrigada pela oportunidade Deus te abençoe.
    Lílian Costa Machado
    liliancostamachado@gmail.com
    São Paulo - Brasil.

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  119. I'd start with H for my beautiful daughter, Honore. Elizabeth. elizakzoo@gmail.com

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  120. Oh my goodness, I love these. The letter I would first do would be the letter S for my daughter Samantha. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Blessings,
    Jodi

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  121. I would love to make the letter C for my self which is the beginning of my name. I would then hang it in my sewing room. thanks for a chance.

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  122. Hola he conocido su blog gracias a Jenny de Elefantz y deseo bordar el alfabeto, el mismo es hermoso y lleno de ternura y gusto, yo quisiera bordar primero la letra F de familia, un saludo y reciba bendiciones para usted su familia y a todas las personas importantes en su vida. Saludos. Rosa María. rcoronadovice@yahoo.es

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  123. I would start at the beginning with the letter A :)

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  124. I would start with letter A as it is the first letter of my daughter's name.

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  125. Hi Heather,
    Its so hard to choose what letter to start with. So I will have to go with the letter R as its the first letter of my name and also the first letter of my beautiful 1 1/2 year old granddaughter Ruth. I love all of Jenny's patterns - thank you for the chance to win.
    Rebecca Miller
    rebeccamillerdesigns@yahoo.com.au

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  126. Hello Heather, I would do the letter "J" as my first letter for my petal of a granddaughter Jorja. ShirleyN.Z. brandy.1@xtra.co.nz

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  127. Thank you for the opportunity to enter in this lovely give away. I would choose either L for Lily, C for Chloe or R for Riana. These are my lovely Granddaughter.
    Thank you,
    Elaine.

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  128. I would stitch C, L, and R because these are my initials. It is a lovely design as are all of Jenny's designs. When I finish this comment, I am going to have fun reading your blog as I have never visited it before. My e-mail address is bridgetsmom@q.com.

    Cynthia

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  129. I would do A, R, K, M, S, J, E, B, C,R, and B. For my grandchildren and great grandchild. These are just the cutest Letter's I have seen in along time. Love the fabrics used also. My email is artandsoul57@gmail.com and my blog is www.heartandsoulquilts.blogspot.com

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  130. I would make and R for my first name. So pretty!

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  131. I would stitch the letter "A" for my name. lovely alphabet thanks for the chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  132. I would stitch one for each of my granddaughters. So I would start with T for the oldest, Trista, then do 2 K's for the next two, Kelsy & Kylie.

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  133. Ooo these look fab! I would have to choose an L to start with for myself. However, my cousin is expecting and when their baby arrives it would make a great gift. I would have to wait to see what the name is though. hehe
    My contact details are in my blog profile.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  134. I would stitch "J" as my first choice of these lovely designs, for my Mother"s 90th birthday in June. Her name is Janet. :)

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  135. Love these patterns!!! I would stitch two blocks. B for Beverlie and A for Annabelle.
    My two little sweet granddaughters.

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  136. T would be my choice for Tamia. I made a pledge at the beginning of the year to deliver 5 random acts of kindness and this would be perfect for one of the recipients - Tamia xx

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  137. Grazie per il giveway!! Prima lettera S per la piccola Sophie!
    Mio indirizzo email: marina.genovesi@alice.it

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  138. I would stitch the letter M for Mandy. I always seem to be making things to give away. This I would keep for myself. Love all Jenny's stitching.
    asdunne2002@yahoo.com

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  139. Wow what a prize Heather,I would make an S so I would have my own initial stitchery,thankyou for a chance.xx

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  140. Beautiful alphabet. I'd make the A first - for my name - and I'd hang it in my sewing room.

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  141. These designs are so beautiful. I would stitch the H for my last name.
    phollemon@ec.rr.com
    Pam

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  142. Thank you for your part in this give-away. I would stitch M first, for my daughter and for my best friend. gai dot butler @ internode dot on dot net

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  143. I would love to win! I am picking R here since I have used my other two initials at the other blogs....fingers crossed!

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  144. I would have to do two for my daughters - R & D. Thanks for the chance.

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  145. I'd definitely start with an L and frame it up for my sewing room wall. I think now would be a great time to start on Christmas gifts too. Thank you for the contest Heather

    lynnb949@gmail.com

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  146. Thank you the chance to win this beautiful alphabet!
    I would first stitch the letter M for my sweet granddaughter Mia Mae
    LfsAlot @ gmail dot com

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  147. I'd be stitching four letters! L, O, V, and E, then making a pillow with them.

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  148. Hard to narrow it down to one letter - they're all gorgeous!! Would probably start with an "E" for my granddaughter who lives way too far away.
    sparklymaws@yahoo.com

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  149. I would stitch the N as i usually don't make much for me. Hugs......

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  150. Where can we find all four winners in one place? thank You

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