Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Thanksgiving Day Pattern Give-a-way

The winner of the Thanksgiving pattern is HP, thanks for your comments!  HP, your email isn't listed, please email us with your mailing address so we can send you your free pattern!


Thanksgiving is almost here.  Wasn't it just the Fourth of July?!!  Where does the time go?  Somehow in the next few days I have to do a lot of cooking and cleaning before the big day is here and I am not even hosting. I just do a lot of helping in the festivities and I will have some family staying here.  If it was actually here I would be in full fledged panic mode.  Yikes that would be a lot of work for a Martha Stewart want-to-be who usually settles for Roseanne Barr of "Roseanne"!  I do love to bake like Martha though.  This time I baked like "the girl who ate everything."

 http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2009/10/pumpkin-spice-muffins.html

These muffins were delicious and great for fall.


 Tip for the week:  Some of our patterns have large folded sheets that have deep creases in them.


To get these deep creases out simply turn them over on your a ironing surface and iron the back side of the pattern on a medium heat.


Your pattern is now ready.  Start that tracing and most importantly have fun!

Mention your favorite Thanksgiving dish for a chance to win a free "Thanksgiving" little quilt pattern above.  My mom used this pattern and made me a Thanksgiving apron.  It is so cute!

Have a great week!  Amy

17 comments:

  1. I love the Thanksgiving quilt. Since I never win anything, is there a pattern available, preferably digital?

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  2. It's adorable! I'd love a chance to win, thanks so much. My favorite dish at Thanksgiving time is an old family favorite and not on the traditional T-day menu, Orzo Salad!! I covet it at the dinner table and it's a family joke to try to take it away from me!

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  3. Your patterns are so easy to follow...love them! We always have pretzel salad at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The pretzels make the crust with layers of raspberries, raspberry Jello, cream cheese, and pineapple. Yum!

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  4. Oooh! So hard to pick one Thanksgiving dish...I guess I could narrow it down to either Cheese Potatoes or Pumpkin Cheesecake...and I will be making both! I have dog patterns and so many others and love them all! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  5. Red velvet cake. We make the layers and iceing a yellowish and orangeish color.... Thank you. Really love your designs.

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  6. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Dirx Pudding (aka Oreo Stuff to my family.) Yum! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  8. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the stuffing. Thank you for the generous give away.

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  9. Love your Turkey quilt pattern.
    My fav Thanksgiving dish is definately STUFFING which is my mother's recipe. With gravy. Yum!

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  10. I love all of your patterns! They are so whimsical! My favorite thanksgiving dish would probably have to be stuffing...it is the only time of year I get any! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  11. Buttered yams are my favorite T-Day dish.

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  12. The stuffing! My children (adults now) love my stuffing so much that I am sure to see all of them on Thanksgiving.

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  13. My favorite pattern by far is your Halloween Quilt.
    Although, I do love all of them. Love your whimsical, artisitic license!!

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  14. I love the girl who ate everything blog! All the recipes are easy and fun...I love ALL of your patterns btw..no joke :) I just made the Merry Christmas quilt and really can't wait to hang it ...my favorite dish is trying new ones each and every year..I love to cook and bake :) have a great Thanksgiving!

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  15. My favorite is the dressing and gravy - love the gravy.

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  16. Hello Amy…happy thanksgiving..I am so thankful for YOU and your daughter and of course your TALENT you share so freely…fav pattern, now that is difficult as nearly all of them are my fav…however the DIVA by far touches my heart…and my fav thanksgiving dish..easy…PUMPKIN PIE

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