Friday, January 24, 2014

Grow Your Blog Hop!..and giveaways!!!

EDIT!!!!! The giveaway is now closed but I would still love to meet you! I am still working my way through all the blogs in the Grow Your Blog Hop and have enjoyed meeting everyone so much. Can't wait to go through all the rest of the blogs and see what everyone is up to!
Thank yall for visiting with me and I hope you enjoy peeping around the farm and would love for yall to grab a tractor from the sidebar for your blogs and PLOW along with us!
Good luck in the giveaway yall!
xo jan
Hey yall! Welcome to Sew and Sow Farm! I am so glad you made your way around to visit with us for a while. I was so excited when a friend told me about the Grow Your Blog Hop held each year by Vicki of Two Bags Full! And this year there is an amazing 500 bloggers joining the party. Vicki has typed her little fingers to the bones entering all these links! Thank you so much Vicki for this opportunity and for all your hard work!! And  I really appreciate yall taking the time to stop by my little neck of the woods. I'll try to be quick because I know yall have alot of visiting to do~
My name is Jan. I am a farmers wife and a mother to an amazing daughter currently in Graduate school. We live in the beautiful North Georgia Mountains.Around this blog you can expect to see a mixture of our farm life and my sewing adventures! I also love to write and share stories about everyday life.I started my blog in February of 2013 as a means to communicate with the outside world and learn and share my sewing. I never realized how many new and exciting friends were there and ready to accept me into this amazing blogging universe!

My peeps are all grown up yall!
We have approx 65 mama cows, 6 bulls, lost count of current calves, 3 Great Pyrennes, 3 Border Collies, Several fantastic barn kitties plus a few at the house, 20 chickens, (11 of which were hatched this year by a very determined broody hen)and a rescue Chihuahua named Missy! I help my hubby daily around the farm and my favorite tractor to drive is an Allis Chalmers D17. There is a model of this tractor in my blog header.
Here is a collage of some of my sewing projects over the last few months. ( I really need to update that collage!)

I think I have pretty much decided that I just sew what I like. I do not want to limit myself by putting a label such as A Modern Quilter or A Traditionalist. I spend almost everyday throughout the entire year outside for a large majority of that day. I found a need to carry some small projects around so I started English Paper Piecing. First hexagons and then Lucy Boston honeycombs! Yall I fell hard for Lucy Bostons Patchwork of the Crosses. We even started a "I Love Lucy International Bee" I am currently working on a Patchwork of the Cross quilt using reds creams and blues!~ I am going to call this quilt" Lucy visits America!"
I also take my EPP to cattle auctions!
You can read more about Sew and Sow Farm here and see lots and lots of pretty pictures.
Thats another thing I love! I love love photography. Especially quilt photography.
 So yall, whether I am out at the barn or in my sewing space, I always have sewing and other crafty goodness and YALL on my mind! I so appreciate this blogging and sewing community. I thank yall for your valuable time! I hope that you will find something here to peak your interest and come back often and stay a spell! I would love to get to know ya! Feel free to grab a tractor from the sidebar and plow along with us!
xo jan
Oh but wait, there is one last thing that I always love to do, especially during blog hops, is a giveaway! I LOVE to share what I am fortunate enough to have. So I have two giveaways. And they are surprise giveaways! Just tell me in your comment if you prefer a giveaway suitable for making something for a girl ,boy, man, or woman! One choice please and I will announce the TWO lucky winners on February 15th!  (Giveaway Hint:"cotton" lol) This giveaway is open to everyone including international entries! Please be sure that you are NOT a no reply blogger or just leave your email in your comment!
Also, my one year blog anniversary will be February 18th 2014! Be sure to stop back by then. Not sure what all I will be doing but I know I will have a great giveaway to celebrate!!
And, something else I love to do is give a shout out to a couple of my newest friends and followers, so please join me in welcoming Eva of handmade by Eva Rose and Kristin of Kristins Quilts and Stuff!
Welcome to the farm ladies! I am so glad to have yall plowing along with us! 
Thanks for stopping by yall!
Good luck!
xo jan
PS. I have bronchitis and a sinus infection so it may be a day or so until I can visit everyone and reply to comments. :(  xo jan 
Civil War Sampler using Pam Kitty Love fabrics.



111 comments :

  1. So much fun! I love all your colorful projects.

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  2. I always love visiting here...(Bloglovin) . Cotton for a MAN. Best of luck in the Grow Your Blog tour. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  3. Oh, I hope you feel better soon! I cannot choose... So surprise me even more ;)

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  4. Great looking post! Sorry your sick! We are stuck in snow and cold! A man

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  5. Would love a gift for a teenage girl ( one of my students) who is away from school for medical reasons. Something to boost her confidence and self worth?
    The Blog hop is wonderful.Wish I knew about it before, so I could have participated! :-)
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo com
    ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com

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  6. First of all, I hope you feel better quickly! I always enjoy visiting your blog and wish you continued success and enjoyment. Thanks for the mystery giveaway.... I'd choose something for a woman.

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  7. such a fun post. Hope you feel better soon. And I choose a woman!

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  8. Hey Jan, I hope you're feeling better soon. I have the terrible cold running thru the house now, and keep hoping it's not going to turn into broncitius or pheumonia. My boys are really hacking and coughing :( Even though I have mostly boys in my family, I would love to make something for my best girl friend. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  9. Such bright and cheery photos, brightens this dark and dreary day. Boy and girl sounds good to me. Thanks so much.

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  10. Hi Jan
    I hope you're feeling better! I've been following you for a while - farmers daughter/veterinary surgeon's wife!!
    I'd love to make something for my sister whose husband is seriously ill at the moment

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  11. I've enjoyed following & reading your blog. I'd love to win something for a man - I've made quilts for my great nephews but not my nephews. Thanks. Hope you feel better soon.

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  12. Thanks for sharing! I would love something for a boy!

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  13. Lovely blog Jan! I look forward to following your crafty ventures etc. Those two little kitty faces - how adorable! Thanks for participating in the event - Lorraine (GYB volunteer team).

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  14. Jan! I've never seen that Civil War Sampler!! I love it! And, should I win, you just send whatever you wish :) No worries! So glad your our Hive Mama!

    ~andrea (prajaline @ gmail . com)

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  15. Great pics..thanks for sharing…hope you feel better soon (I'm nursing a big 'ole head cold right now). Girl or woman would be my choice.

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  16. UGH!! I hate sinus infections...hope you feel better soon! I'm a new GFC follower! Love your blog! val from myplvl.blogspot.com...stop by!

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  17. Hi blog buddie, this is a great hop! Feel better soon!

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  18. Hi Jan, hope you feel better soon, take care of yourself. I love your EPP blocks including the simple roseta , so country style with this fabrics. I like the colors and fabrics you use on your civil war sampler, so pretty. Thanks for the giveaway. Cotton for woman will be OK for me. Hugs from Brazil.

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  19. Wow, you have made so many beautiful quilts! And I like the idea of working on EPP where you go. I found your blog interesting and will follow you by bloglovin. Cotton for woman, and thanks for the chance to win. Get well soon! greetings from Marit Johanne in Norway

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  20. Love your blog with the cute critters!!! I would like to win something suitable for a boy. Have a great day and hugs those critters for me! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  21. Jan you always have such neat things, and I love reading your blog about your life. Love the story about your chicken and chicks. A woman!

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  22. The quilts (and photos) are just beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing; I'm always happy to see SewandSew in my inbox! I would choose something for a boy.

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  23. Love, love those gingham hexies! I love reading about all your quilts projects and farm animals.

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  24. Thanks for the giveaway! I would like to make something for a woman!

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  25. Lovely give away and I would like a project for a boy. BTW love the chickens.

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  26. Hi Jan. I love the photos in this post! I would love something for sewing for a man as I am finding I have way to many florals, which I love, but not helpful when sewing for men. I hope you feel better soon!

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  27. I love your blog. You are always so cheerful, makes me smile. A project for a granddaughter..bpfrimmer@yahoo.com

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  28. You sound like my sister she is dealing with the same problems. We haven't been able to sews for two weeks because everyone keeps getting sick. I would love some cotton for a girl as I have three baby quilts to make. I enjoy your blog and am following by email.

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  29. Hi, Jan ... great blog post. Enjoy the blog hop and may you make many new friends. I would love more cotton for making for baby. My DD and MY SIL have decided to be surprised. For her upcoming baby shower she wants to play guess the baby gender games. So if I am lucky enough to win, pick boy or girl and send and I will give her the fabric and tell her my quilty friend Jan's guess ... :) Pat

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  30. hmm choices choices lol For a woman... Looks like a lovely farm. I recently moved to the city and miss my chickens. Hand sweet little chochin banties

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  31. In visiting the blogs of folks I already follow, I'm having fun, fun, fun. I'm learning new things about ya'll. I always enjoy hearing about farm life and your projects. I want to make a Lucy Boston quilt very, very much. I don't do EPP, so I'm exploring hand piecing mine. I think I should be able to do that. I'm hand piecing my Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt. Thanks for growing your blog and your giveaways are always very generous.

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  32. It was fun learning more about you, Jan! =) Your Civil War quilt is so beautiful!!

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  33. Hello,

    Nice to meet you.:)
    I would like to participate in your giveaway.
    petitearmoire2@gmail.com

    Greetings.

    Bernadett

    For girls.:)

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  34. Hi Jan! I have been reading your blog for a while now and I always have a smile on my face while reading.
    I hope you are feeling better. It must be hard trying to keep up with all the chores and things it takes to run your place there while you are sick.
    As for the giveaway...I would like to win something for a woman, since it seems that there are more women in my life who need hand made things than men! LOL!
    Can't wait to visit you more, I love your blog!

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  35. For a man...
    Love your quilts & little chicks!

    Thanks for visiting my redwork/ embroidery blog yesterday! I have my follow button working...

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  36. Love your blog and photographs; you are one busy woman! Hope you're feeling better soon--upper respiratory infections are horrible! For the drawing--something for a woman, please.

    Kathy and Deb

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  37. Good morning Jan, I am so sorry you have bronchitis-hope you feel better real soon. I love your quilts and photography-just beautiful. My Mom was a farm girl and I always considered myself as a farm girl too although we don't live on a farm we do live very rural-in the woods in Missouri. Please include me in your drawing-I love surprises too-I think for a guy would be perfect-I make allot of quilt gifts for men. Kathy

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  38. Jan - you are amazing!! You do so many things and still find time to sew! I would love to come and visit your farm one day. I feel a hankering for Georgia in my bones... Put me in for the woman category please. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  39. HI! what a neat post!!!
    Thanks for sharing on your blog!
    Place me in the little girl category, as I do charity quilts for girls.
    Happy quilting!

    cobaltt16@yahoo.com

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  40. Such beautiful photos of all your projects...love them all! Your blog is always a fun place to visit!

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  41. I really like those hexies that you are making! Wonderful colors!

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  42. Hi Jan, the quilts are so lovely and you are a wonderful photographer.. Hope you get well soon.. Nice knowing you and thanks for stopping by my blog.. Hugs:)

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  43. Lovely to meet you, Jan :) Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment! I've become a follower - there's so much happening on your blog, I want to drop by again when I have more time :)
    Sadly, I can't sew any more, so please don't enter me in your giveaway.
    Your creations are stunning!!

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  44. Hi Jan - hope you're feeling better soon. Visiting your blog always cheers me up with all your gorgous photos and happy spirit. I'd pick woman things, as I have four daughters who are turning (far too rapidly) into women and they're all clamouring for new things from mum's sewing room.

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  45. Hello! Nice day with this Grow your blog party! I'm now a follower. And you have beautiful quilts and other things with nice colors!

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  46. Love the picture of the kittens! adorable!!

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  47. Jan - I'm here from Grow Your Blog. When I saw you were from the North Ga Mountains, I was quite happy. I'm from just north of the Athens, GA area. I'm a beginning quilter, but I actually have fallen head over heels for that Lucy Boston paper pieced shape. Enjoy this beautiful weather today, looks like we may have some of that "s" word in the next few days. I've added you to my bloglovin feed and I will be back to catch up on archives soon.

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  48. Goodness me Jan, do you ever stop lol your quilts are absolutely beautiful! I think the chicken scissor storer is so cute. I'm also her with the GYB so thanks to Vicki for hosting the hop and giving us the chance to meet new friends. I've joined your site and via email so I don't miss any of your posts. I look forward to popping by.

    Peg x

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  49. Jan, your quilts are absolutely gorgeous! I am very looking forward to following your creations and life adventures! xoxo Jen

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  50. Cotton for a baby! Don't know if it's a boy or girl yet. Thanks

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  51. Hope you feel better soon.Your quilts are fabulous.Please,put me in for the woman category.Thanks!!

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  52. girl, you show me up bad. All I have is 6 mouthy hens. We do have a saw mill, if that count for farming. Oh yeah and a garden. Not now of course. :) I excited to follow you, your quilting is gorgeous. Your going to be fun. How about a girl. bye for now T.

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  53. Love your collage quilt and the quilt hanging on the truck looks cute there. I would say something for a man.

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  54. I love your quilts. I'd pick something for a woman, unless it's anything girly then I'd say something for a man.

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  55. Jan you have the picture thing down ! The truck and quilt is just wonderful ! I actually pinned it and the one EPP at the sale barn....LOL...gotta love it !

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  56. Hi Jan, Beautiful quilts! Nice to meet you. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    Judy in Colorado
    judy@atticraggedys.com

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  57. Jan...ty for visiting my blog. I love your blog and love your quilts...and your farm life is delightful! I could have been a farm girl I think! Born and raised in Chicago...still here all my life! Thanks for following my blog...look forward to seeing more of yours!

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  58. lol those kittens look as if they've just eaten, they've got food up their noses!
    love your honeycomb hexis and your hexis and the civil war quilt is a dream!
    <<<< GYB visitor whose now following : )
    Lyn

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  59. Hello, great post. I have the same philosophy about quilting.....no stereotypes - if I like it, I quilt it! I love you beautiful photos of quilts. Blogs with big beautiful photos are my favourites. Guess I am your latest follower :)
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  60. You are one busy lady, I really enjoyed your post love your baby chicks and your little chicken basket was great.Thanks for showing us your art and you life.

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  61. A girl please. I'm just starting to get into epp too. Can't wait to see your future projects. I hope you feel better fast!

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  62. thank you for visiting my blog. You have a beautiful blog and your work is amazing. Great pictures ♥

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  63. Thanks for commenting on my blog. You are quite an artist! Nice pictures!

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  64. I Jan - have enjoyed looking around your blog - I have become a follower and look forward to many more interesting and inspiring posts. My choice for the giveaway would be 'woman'!! Might as well look after myself first!!

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  65. Great Blog - love your project collage! You have a beautiful FW in your header pic - do you use it a lot? I use mine mostly for piecing. A 'Woman" giveaway would be best for me.

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  66. Wow! You sure are a busy lady! Those kittens are adorable and I am totally in love with that blue honeycomb EPP block! Beautifully done! I would say a giveaway for a "Boy" would help me step outside of my comfort zone. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  67. Your pictures took me way back to my very first, paid job: I was to stay in the pen with the calves until their new owners came to pick them up after the auction. Oh, the sale barn days!

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  68. Hi Jan, I love how colourful your work is :) I can't wait to see more :)

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  69. Hey Jan, Your photography is gorgeous! I don't know what I like more the farm images or the quilts. Okay I'll be honest I love the quilt on the truck the most. Your chickens look fabulous, there is nothing better than fresh eggs. It has been lovely getting to know you.

    Hugs
    Caroline

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  70. Love your colorful blog! Your peeps pictures are so pretty. I love pictures of chickens. I would love something for a woman - me!!

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  71. the work of your hands and heart is beautiful and that cattle sale looks very similar to the one around here. they must have a pattern, eh? -grin- visiting via Vicki's GYBParty and I'm a full grown woman who is senior citizen and approaching older than dirt.

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  72. Nice to meet you! I'm in Georgia, also. You have a lovely blog and I have thoroughly enjoyed my visit here. Have a blessed Sunday.

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  73. I also love visiting you, your chickens, and your ohhh so pretty projects.

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  74. You do take amazing photos, I always love seeing them, I would like to make something for a boy.

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  75. Hi jan! loved stopping by for a visit and love all the wonderful pics and your great handiwork....I'm going to have to have a look and find out more about that Lucy paper piecing!!!
    Would love to be in the giveaway.....woman would work for me and I will be a new follower as well
    Hugs Sharm
    www.countryfragrance.blogspot.com
    www.the7pillarshome.blogspot.com

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  76. I just stopped by for a visit after finding your comment on my blog. As a quilter I felt right at home. AND I have the grown up versions of your little black and white kitties. They are now 8 years old but I still remember them as kitties looking like yours. I have added myself as a follower. Those chicken and rooster pictures are wonderful. I get the chicken and rooster calendar from Tractor Supply every year, to hang up in my kitchen. No we don't raise them but think they are beautiful.

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  77. Hi Jan - what a lovely blog you have! I think maybe we are kindred spirits because we both appear to have a love for EPP. I love your Lucy block and your photography is beautiful. My choice of giveaway would be woman! I am off to explore your blog and sign up as a follower by email.

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  78. You have made many beautiful things. I would make something for a girl as I have a new granddaughter.

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  79. Jan, thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following me. I love your beautiful quilting as well as your pics of your farm life. I hope to stop back by soon!
    Teresa
    www.foxhollowstudio.com

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  80. Love the Civil War Sampler. Makes me want to take up quilting except my eyesight is too poor.;-)

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  81. Jan, thank you so much for taking the time to stop by my blog, Easy Street Ramblings (peddlerjo.blogspot.com) and becoming one of my followers during the GYB Party. I also appreciate you encouraging others to checkout blogs like mine who have less than 50 followers. Your blog is a joy and your quilts have vibrant and cheerful colors that make me smile. I will be back often. Have a wonderful day!!

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  82. Cotton for a woman please. : ) Love your Civil War Sampler quilt and your blog too!
    Happy sewing
    Dawn
    array-dawn at cox dot net

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  83. Hi Jan. I am here from the blog hop by Madame Samm and I am really glad that I found your blog. I am a new follow via GFC. I also live in N.E. Georgia so it is always great to find another Georgian. I really like your blog and the beautiful things you make. I am looking forward to reading more. Thanks for your giveaway. I love to sew for babies so I will choose something for a girl.

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  84. Hi Jan! So this is cool, your blog anniversary is my birthday! And my mom's. And random fact, John Travolta's, hahaha! If I were to choose from the four options given us, I would say cotton for men, as I have a few in my life who would benefit from a little something from me. It's always fun to read your stories, and I hadn't seen the Lucy Boston honeycombs, so sweet! I just learned about something new! Talk to you later!
    ~Brandy

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  85. Wonderful blog and quilts. The rooster pics are so perfect. I would love to sew for a lady. I follow on Bloglovin.

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  86. Jan,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope you are feeling better. Love seeing all your beautiful sewing and your wonderful birds. I like sewing for family so I would love something for a lady. I'm a new follower. Can't wait to see what you do next.

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  87. That Sunbonnet Sue on a tractor is pretty cute. I can't decide what kind of winnings I would like, so if I win you can send me something that you like. Just not pink please. I'm not really a pink sort of girl. :) Thanks!

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  88. Fun blog, love the north GA mountains sounds like you have your hands full. Jean from French oddities

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  89. Hello, Jan I'm returning your visit. GYB has been a lot of fun and I have met so many new friends. I'm making baby quilts for co-workers, 6 between now and July, all boys 1girl so I need boy fabric

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  90. Hello, Jan I'm returning your visit. GYB has been a lot of fun and I have met so many new friends. I'm making baby quilts for co-workers, 6 between now and July, all boys 1girl so I need boy fabric

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  91. Hello Jan, I am truly impressed way more than you can imagine. However I don't sew, or don't often but sew my oats and grumble a little. Love your photography and quilt, making. Farming, right up there with you walking in the mess, I'm a grandmother to a farm girl raising a farmers daughter. Dairy, farm and maple syrup, we often are helping the kids out on the farm. Today I am not far from you as I visit my oldest daughter in North Carolina. Usually my home is with Anne of Green Gables on PEI looking after our tea room and B&B. I'm putting you into my newsreader, I'm finding it hard these days to get around to everyone, but I'll be around. I'm your newest follower, I was heading to the mountains in BOON today to get stone ground corn meal until i FOUND out they weren't open on Saturday. I make Hoe cakes at the B&B and can't find good good corn meal. If you have an idea give me a shout, ccousineau@eastlink.ca.
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  92. I love all your projects. I love your farm too. My daughters would love it.

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  93. Greetings from St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Lovely photos of your farm. Great projects. Fabric for a little girl would be nice!

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  94. Hello Jan visiting from NSW, Australia via the GYB. Hope you are well and truly recovered by now. Loved your photos of the farm. So wish I could pop in for a visit! Your projects are all terrific, and the kitties on the quilt - both the quilt and the kitties are a delight. I guess something for a young girl would be great - I have 3 grand daughters, so that would come in handy. Thanks for sharing your life.

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  95. I love your blog. I so miss farm life. My daughter wants a peacock quilt so something in that vein would be lovely. Thanks, Jackie

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  96. I like all things creative n thrifty and I found you from the GYB party.
    I don’t have a lot of blog time in for I just started blogging when I joined the blog party it was my New Year resolution. 600 entries and I am Reading my 475 blog and more to go. Whew a lot of good read and great giveaways too. I know the importance of having blogging followers so I dropped everything and doing the web work. My site http://overboardcreations.blogspot.com/ and contact info is ovr_brd@yahoo.com I believe inspiration comes from all facets of life even knowing the great people out there with wisdom and knowledge the do's and don'ts and even the wonders of life from a personal point of view. And loving the crafting networks. following you on blogger and the Bloglovin

    Thanks for the opportunity to join your giveaway.

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  97. Your quilts are beautiful. So inspirational. Thank you for sharing.

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  98. Hello and nice to meet you! You have made some beautiful things!

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  99. I love to visit farm blogs and see chicken pictures. They photograph so well. And I love your quilts and cats too! Something suitable for a woman for me! So nice to meet you!

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  100. I am so glad you stopped by my blog, and it reminded me to keep blog hopping. Yes I am busy as I can read you are too. Good luck with the school thing. Love your farm, Wish I had that kind of luck. And North Georgia Mountains. You must be cold. Well with all that work and quilts and hubby, not so. Okay enough. I like anybody, but seem to go more for a woman.
    Thank you for the chance to win, and you didn't leave me a color. http://quiltersplayhouse.blogspot.com/
    Have a good time .

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  101. Hi Jan
    What a beautiful blog you have. Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting mine. I love your "Peeps"! Chickens are so beautiful. It sounds like you have a really busy life and don't waste a second. I love POTC and am making one too. I am so glad to meet you and can't wait to see all the beautiful things you create. I'm definitely a new follower.

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  102. Oh, what a lovely life Jan! I'm late for the GYB party but I wanted to thank you for joining my blog. I'm glad I followed you here because I see you have lots of wonderful things to see and read about. Cindy from TheCranesNest.com

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  103. Jan, I love your pictures- I think we're kindred spirits. I have quilts, chickens, cats, dogs, grandkids, cameras, and (per your comment on my blog) a vintage husband!

    Looking forward to following your adventures...

    Jo :)

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  104. Fantastic post Jan... Love being on e farm with you. I have more grandsons than granddaughters so a boy gift is perfect! Thanks so much... An old follower...

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  105. I follow you on Bloglovin! You have a great blog. I'd love something for a boy!

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  106. i love your blog so much! i had a large rooster like the hen that has the babies. i bet he weighed over 25 pounds and that could be because he had a fondness for twinkies! if i did not give him one by a certain time, then he would climb the steps, look in the storm door and peck it until i brought him his twinkie. i am so down today. i was feeding a stray cat and my neighbors pit bull got hold of it. i took a shovel and beat that dog until he finally let go. i grabbed the cat and brought her in and my heart broke into a million pieces. the dog tore her bottom lip pretty bad. i took her to the vet and when he tried to examine her and touched her lower jaw, part of it fell off and onto the exam table. needless to say he had to put her down. i would like something for an adult. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  107. I have 3 little grand daughters so for a girl would be great! Love your pictures!

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  108. Something for a little girl or little boy would be great. I've got a great niece as well as a great nephew that will be joining our family fairly soon! thanks for the chance to win!

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Hey yall!
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today! Your words mean so much to me. Thank you for taking time to leave me a comment and if you have a blog, feel free to grab a tractor button from the sidebar and plow along with me! Ain't no tellin what we'll get in to.
xo jan