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Friday, March 16, 2012

Quilter’s Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways


 Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

  It’s time for another Blog Hop Party … let’s have some FUN!

 We will be blog hopping from March 16th through March 23rd. And, yep there are giveaways again. The list of bloggers participating in the Blog Hop Party will be made available Saturday morning, March 17th, shortly after midnight, Eastern time over at the Quilting Gallery.   Return there to start hopping and entering the give-aways from fellow quilters. _______________________________________

 I am giving away 2 items this time so 2 of you can each win a goody. Wanna know what it is? So do I!! No just kidding. I found this the other day and I am thinking this is something we all need for our sewing space, studio or just for fun. Do you love Lego? Well, I do so I always think everyone else should too. My giveaway is this: 

LEGO Friends Emma's Design Studio


I am a LEGO Affiliate but they have not confirmed sponsorship yet so this is on me kiddos.  I hope you think it is as cute as I do





Isn't this just too stinkin' cute girls!!  And to make it better, Connor said he will make each of the winners a LEGO sewing machine to put in your studio. 

LEGO is a new sponsor for me but there wasn't time to set this up so this is from me to you. Be one of the first in your groups to have one. I can't wait to play with mine.  Did you see the laptop, camera and other goodies. Wow, I'll bet Emma has a blog and tweets too!!!  


Oh sorry, got off on playing.  All you have to do is leave a comment here of what you would like to see added to the studio to make it quilty!!  That's it. No hoops to jump through here.
If you want a second entry, tell your friends to drop by and follow me on Facebook or Twitter and leave a comment here that you sent them.  Have fun and see you in a few!!!



Disclaimer:  Lego is not sponsoring this giveaway. I am the purchaser of these products and am the promoter. Any statement made about this product is mine alone and is in no way influenced by anyone Lego or otherwise.  I am not receiving any products or payment for this blog/giveaway.












92 comments:

  1. This is ADORABLE! I love Legos! I only buy them for my nephews, but secretly want to keep them. If I won one then I think I could justify playing with it. I think a pair of scissors or a rotary cutter and mat would be an excellent addition.

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  2. How about an iron & ironing board?

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  3. That is STINKIN' cute!! Love, love, love it. I think she definitely needs a rotary cutter and a stack of fat quarters.

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  4. I love Legos too! I have at least 2 tubs of Legos that belong to my son in my attic. I can't wait until my granddaughters are old enough to play with Legos and this would be the first set I would buy for them. It is too cute. How about adding a sewing machine and an Accuquilt Go!? :-)

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  5. super adorable! even more so, since our daughter's name is emma :) lego fever hit hard here last christmas, my boys have a ton but no girly blocks yet! aawesome giveaway! i'd love to see an ironing board or a dress form!

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  6. that is so stinkin cute! I think she needs a quilt, or at least a few quilt blocks in her studio

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  7. She needs a design wall, a long arm quilting machine, a sewing machine, cutting table, mat and rotary cutter. A seam ripper (we all need them!!) An iron and ironing board and some more fabric - so she would also need a cupboard to store her stash in.
    I love Lego and I am super excited about this new set especially the design studio one.

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  8. You all are making me feel really good. I had a moments hesitation about giving these but I think I made a smooth move!!!! tell you friends, gets you another entry if they comment here that you sent them. :) good luck to you all

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  9. How cute! I have 2 little granddaughters who would love these. I think a long arm sewing machine would be perfect!

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  10. A sewing machine! This is sooooo cute! Thanks for the chance!

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  11. How about a design wall? With a little quilt-in-progress hanging on it?

    What a fun giveaway. Just in time for my great-niece's birthday...

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  12. How about a design wall with a little quilt-in-progress on it?

    This would be a cute gift for my great-niece, whose birthday is coming up. Legos just keep getting more popular, don't they? I was at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) this week and they are about to open a huge Lego exhibit.

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  13. This as adorable. It needs a design wall with a quilt on it and a rotary cutter, in addition to the sewing machine.

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  14. how cute is that? Thanks for a chance to win.
    Oh, and a friend named Jean Gwin sent me, do I get another chance??/LOL......

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  15. OMG! This Lego set is adorable. My grandson loves to do Legos and would be so excited about making this for me. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  16. Oh gosh.. This is just precious! The sewing machine will be the icing on top. An iron and ironing board, a radio, a chair to sit when sewing, a desk light, a quilt rack for hanging finished quilts and maybe a finished or quilt top to hang.
    My son had a million Legos growing up which I still have today. In a few years his own son can play with them.

    Thank you Jeanne for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. I tweeted and RTed about your giveaway. (@usairdoll)

    Thanks again Jeanne for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. What a fun giveaway. Just wanted to let you know your link on the master list is to someone elses blog!

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    1. Thanks, it is being fixed. I appreciate the heads up on the broken link. :O

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  19. HI There, my little daughter and I would love this to play with:) I think some great clear storage boxes would be fab for the colourful stash of fabric.

    I have been finding it hard to make comments through my wordpress blog so now am trying through google. Wish me luck.

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  20. She needs a sewing machine and a fabric stash! :D We all need a good fabric stash! :D

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  21. I think it is too cute! She definitely needs a sewing machine, rotary cutter, and quilt blocks to go on design wall. Would a stash be too much to ask for?

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  22. I'd say a rotary cutter, scissors and a cat sitting on a quilt :O)

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  23. Hi Jeanne, That really is cute. I love legos too. My grandkids play with my Duplo blocks every time they visit me. I think Emma needs some bolts of fabric to play with. I just love playing with fabric.

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  24. That is so cute the sewing machine is needed but I agree with Charlene a rotary cutter would be nice. That is way cool.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
    http:// my1pictureaday.blogspot.com/

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  25. How adorable! I wish they had these when my girl was young. To make it more quilty, I would add a quilting frame. Thank you for your generosity.

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  26. oh, my daughter is completely in love with the "girly legos," but we don't have any yet. she just has a big ol' tub of regular legos. she is not a typical 5 year old girl - she would rather do legos than play with dolls!! i think that i would add some tote bins overflowing with fabric to make it "quilty!"

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  27. So, so cute. If she had a giant Diet Dr. Pepper next to her, she would be able to quilt all night long!

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  28. A design wall would be great!!

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  29. OMG, this is just too CUTE, I would have to have a rotary cutter and some FQs and then I would have to make a mini quilt to hang in there.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  30. Too cute! I second the vote for the Diet Dr. Pepper! I always have my Route 44 Sonic cup within reach. LOL

    Thanks for the chance at such a cute prize!

    Vicki @ Quilting Lodge

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  31. How cute is that, but where is the sewing machine?????

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    1. It is still at Connor's house. Would you believe I have to drive 120 miles to get those cute sewing machines? But oh so worth it.

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  32. If she has a sewing machine she needs a chAir and a quilt to sew!! Thanks for this unique gift. It would be a pleasure to win it.

    Cheers,
    Karen

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    1. She has a stool. The camera is setting on it. :O)

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  33. She definitely needs a fabric stash somewhere. I see no fabric. Really cute.

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  34. Too cute! My daughter would love this. Maybe we could tuck in some fabric scraps to play with in the studio!

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  35. Left you a message on Facebook. Couldn't find your like button there. She needs a sewing machine, an ironing board with an iron and a long arm quilting machine and frame. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

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  36. I just saw this Lego set on another blog!! How cool is that!!!! Fabric stash would be a great addition. Thanks!

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    1. do you remember which blog it was? I would love to visit.

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  37. Oh that is too cute. I think she needs a sewing machine and a cutting implement. Is that a sandwich I see in the back?

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  38. I will say an iron and how about adding a soda, too? Gotta have Coke Zero when you work!

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  39. What a cute giveaway! I think there should be a sewing machine, rotary cutter & fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!!

    wigglypup2@yahoo.com

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  40. That is so cool! I always played with legos when I was little. I think she needs a design wall. Gotta have somewhere to audition those little lego quilts. :)

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  41. A sewing machine? I think Lego has become amazing! My grandkids love everything they can make and we have castles and dragons, ships and all the modern stuff. I visited Legoland and loved it all. Amazing. What a fun giveaway. Thanks.

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  42. She already has a design wall. How about one of those batting or flannel lined ones that hold up your quilt squares?
    Ha! This is great! I would love to have it!

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  43. wow, that so nice never seen before, lego yes but a lego sewingroom, just great! I miss a cupbord full of fabrics ☺
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    liebe Grüße
    Bente
    -follow you too.

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  44. Jeanne, thanks for visiting my Blog!

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  45. Oh how adorable!!!!! I love this! I was trying to think of what else the studio needs to make it even more authentic, and decided that it could use a kitty cat or puppy dog! :-) Thank you so much for the chance to win-- I am keeping my fingers crossed for this fun prize! :-)

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  46. I shared your giveaway on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/GwenWindham/status/181745076437909504 Thanks again!! :-)

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  47. That is so cute. I think some sort of hoop or an iron and ironing board.

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  48. I think it needs a teeny tiny quilt. :)

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  49. and I tweeted your giveaway!
    https://twitter.com/#!/byronmagoo/status/181767372741414913

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  50. How cute is this lego set! It needs a sewing machine, and a lot more fabric. Thanks for a chance.

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  51. How cool is that! I'd love to see scraps coming out of the drawers, a design wall with uber mini blocks and a quilt top in progress on the table.

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  52. I think an iron and ironing board would be great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  53. This is such a cute giveaway, thanks so much. I think she needs a sewing machine and an iron.

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  54. OMGoodness! So many ideas. I will see what I can do about other sewing items. As for the fabric, i may be able to work that in. And maybe a tiny quilt in progress. You guys are really into this aren't you!! Thanks for all the hype. Send your friends for an xtra entry.

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  55. I am new to blogging. I love the Lego. She needs fabric, don't we all? Thanks for the give away

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  56. Oh so cute...I'd love to have it at my house!!

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  57. This is so awesome. I noticed that Lego set the other day and wished they had it when my daughters were young...but then I realized I would love it for myself just as much. I think a sewing machine would be the perfect touch.

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  58. I love Lego's what a fun giveaway!! How about an ironing board and little iron! When I am quilting I spend a lot of time pressing! Thanks for the chance!

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  59. This is so cute! I never would have guessed. I think quilt blocks would be right up Lego's alley. I can see printed dresden plates, star and pinwheel patterns on their building blocks now....

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  60. This is simply adorable. I'd love to play with my granddaughter using these items. I think we still need an ironing board to press the fabric. Do you agree?

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  61. What a cute giveaway! Thank you. What we need in there, of course, is a scrappy looking wall hanging!

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  62. hehehe...so cute. I have quite a stash of Lego sets (mainly Harry Potter). But I love this one. It's so perfectly girly.
    I think she definitely needs some bolts of fabric.

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  63. ...tweet tweet tweet tweet tweet...

    https://twitter.com/#!/binkiege/status/182217932661731328

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  64. Oh so fun! We love Legos here...and even though I'm the only girl in the house, I'd love to have some for my very own! Thanks for the chance.

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  65. She definitely needs some quilt blocks for her design wall! Don't we all have a few UFOs and WIPs?!?

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  66. So cute, my daughter would LOVE it! Of course, she should start with a sewing machine. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. I love girly Legos!!!!! My daughters have a collection of Lego Belleville sets and this would go perfectly! To be quilty she just needs lots more storage for all of her fabric, templates, thread, etc. that any good quilter accumulates! Thanks for a very creative prize!

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  68. My family loves lego's! A quilt pattern made out of legos would be fun!

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  69. We love Lego's.... it does need a sewing machine to make it more quilty though. (Although some people make their quilts by hand, start to finish.) :)

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  70. She definitely needs some bolts of cloth and all the little tools to make a quilt. This is a great giveaway, thanks for having it!

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  72. Oops! I forgot to comment about what should be added to the 'studio' to make it quilty. First, my original comment: THIS IS SOOOOOO CUTE! My Granddaughter would LOVE to play with this, supervised and in my sewing room, of course. Too many parts for little ones to use. Just adorable! Thanks for the chance to win one of these!!!!

    Now, for comments on the website -- I like it just the way it is. I'll be back to visit some more after I visit the remaining blogs left on my list.

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  73. and I posted a link to your blog on my Facebook page! Hopefully, you'll get more visitors to our blog. Thanks again!

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  74. How about little plastic cylinders that are patterned for the fabric and a specialty lego that has twice as many bumps on it for spools of thread to put on the wall. A Chocolate bar, and a lego cat that has a velcro tummy so you can have it lay anywhere in the room. A lego credit card for her online quilting needs :)

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  75. Have I died and gone to heaven? I LOVE Lego's (so does my son) I've never seen this, is it new? We were just at the Lego store in February, I surely would have bought this, it's so stinking cute. The only thing that's missing is the sewing machine, chair and rotary cutter. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway. I know what I want for Mother's Day. ;-> Toni Anne

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  76. Heads Up!!!

    You all have had great ideas and I wish I could make them all happen but not right now, maybe later. what I can do is add some things to the giveaway.............
    How about a tub full of itty bitty pieces of fabric?
    How about if I make a cover for her design wall with a quilt block or two on it?
    How about a Rotary Cutter?
    How about some thread?
    How about some fabric bolts?
    How about a cutting mat?
    How about I just lasso the moon and give it to you too? No, LOL, just kidding. Tell me which of these you really want the most!!!! Remember you are getting a sewing machine and a ......oh wait, that's a secret!!

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  77. Seems like she should have a stash of scraps. :)

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  78. OMG what a super cute set of legos. Well there is no sewing machine that I can see but above all I think it needs a chocolate bar and a can of Pepsi.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  79. This is "too stinkin' cute"!! The best prize in the blog hop goes to you for sure! I'd add a pieced quilt to her design space.

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    1. WoW Cheryl thank you for a great compliment. Really, do you think? I love it. that is why I had to have one for me too!!!

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  80. There's already a ruler so I vote for a rotary cutter! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  81. Love this as it is way "too stinkin' cute". I think a manequin with big bright flowery quilt draped across would be a fun addition.My grandaughter would think she was a princess of the sewing room with this on her sewing table. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  82. How cute, love , saw a display in London and it was awesome. Fabric is what we all live for that's what she needs and lots of it.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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