Thursday, November 8, 2012

Day 5- UR Priceless Blog Hop

UR PRICELESS and GIVEAWAY!!


Finally it is my day for the UR Priceless Blog Hop! Katherine at Sew Me Something Good  is our leader and I give her a grateful thank you! She has been right with us making sure that things were going well. I have to give Madame Samm of  Sew WE Quilt a special "Thank You"! She encouraged me to try this blog hop when I was hesitating to join in. I am so glad that she did because I had a blast making these cute little purses!!! What a great leader she is!!! BTW, you can purchase her pattern for these cute little purses  here.

Now to my purses and I have done quite a few. My first purse was done with some left over fabric I had...didn't want to mess up some of my special fabric. BUT  thanks to the great tutorial of Madame Samm, I whizzed though the first one.(Click on photos to see larger views)
 
Here is my first purse (inside and out!)





Then I started using all of my favorite fabrics that I bought just knowing that someday I would find the perfect project! And this was the one!! I made all of my purses without purchasing any new fabric. It feels so good to use up some of my stash. One thing I will tell you that really helped me with my arthritic fingers. Needle nose pliers! I just grabbed the needle and it came through the fabric and frame so easily.  Here are some of my purses:

Don't you just love this little red bird?

I love my cute little cats!

I decided that it would be fun to quilt this purse. The diamonds made it easy!

Had to have a Christmas purse, too!


I love this Farmdale fabric.

Now I really got going because I decided to enlarge the pattern to fit my 5" frames. I had fabric that I loved but the pattern was way too big to fit the smaller frame. So here is my take on larger purses. I decided to try some techniques that I had never tried . I decided to try some hexies and had a great time doing so.I can see why everyone says they are so addictive...kinda' like these purses! Can you tell that I love my little red bird because he shows up again! Then I decided that since I had a cat purse, I needed one with cute little dogs. I cut out a couple of the dogs, put them together,  and used them for appliques. What fun I had!

Here is my kitty purse from both sides with cats on the inside also.
Here is that little red bird again! Thought he looked good in the middle.
Here are my appliqued doggies. Not too bad for a first attempt.



 You think I was finished? Well, no. I realized that I had some great college fabric that was begging to be used.. My son went to University of Florida and will always be a Gator, but he now teaches at Mississippi State so I had to make a purse for each!

Front, back , inside and bottom. Pretty proud that the bottom came together so well. GO GATORS!


Front, back and bottom. GO STATE!
These were all fun to make but I still had  one more to go. I had to make a "girly girl" purse for my granddaughter! She loves pink and green so that is what I worked with. Here it is!!!


I love how it turned out! Lace, buttons, pink and green. The buttons are really a medium pink but they are showing up a bit darker. I can't wait to give this to Maddie for Christmas.

Now that you have seen what I have made for this hop be sure to visit everyone who are presenting there purses today: For the rest of the schedule just click on the UR Priceless icon to the right.

Day 5- November 9th

Polka Dot Classic
Geta's Quilting Studio
Busy Bee Free
Briarside Lane
Quilts and Dogs
Blueberrymoon
Debbie R
suebee's World (that's me!)
Englating
Les passions de Cliodana
Colorpoint Quilter
On the Go Quilting
Personalized Sketchesand Sentiments
Freemotion by the River
grannygoodstuff
Scrapbook-ChickADoodle


OK, if you made it this far, you deserve a GIVEAWAY!  I decided that this is the perfect time for some Christmas fat quarters! And for a special treat, I have added in 4 blocks of the Sweet Saint Nick from Connecting Threads. They are my last four blocks and they are no longer available. I have made placemats with mine but they can be used in many ways.



The top photo are the 4 Fat Quarters and the lower photo are the 4 blocks of  Sweet Saint Nick

 To win just leave a comment about your favorite Holiday tradition. For a second chance, be a follower, old or new! Just post a second comment to let me know.  I will draw a winner on Wednesday November 14th. Make sure I have a way to get in touch with you. Good luck to all and thank you for coming by and seeing my little purses!

136 comments:

  1. It's obvious you were having a great time, because you made so many! Each one is just too cute, and I can't pick a favorite. My favorite Christmas tradition is making mulled cider - just spices, no alcohol. Thank you for a chance to win the wonderful fabrics.

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  2. I clicked to be a follower, but I'd rather follow by e-mail, which is a widget I don't see on your sidebar. I never get around to reading the follower stuff, but I get to the ones that come to my mailbox. =)

    dezertsuz at gmail dot com

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  3. Love them! We always go to my grandmas for Christmas Eve and doa day of cookies and crafts :)

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  4. wowza! what a collection of cuties! You are fearless--enlarging a pattern and going for it...amazing! they look great!

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  5. Holy cow, a dozen coin purses! Amazing. Love all of them, especially the red bird with polka dot sides and the dogs. The stitching on the dogs looks like shaggy fur. Very cute.

    Favorite Christmas tradition is getting together with the whole family for dinner and then playing games after we open presents.

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  6. I'm a new follower. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  7. Hard to choose a favorite! I love them all but especially the one with hexagons.

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  8. Wow these are brilliant - you have been busy

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  9. You are very talented. All of your little purses are so cute. Sunday cookie bakes in December are my favorite tradition with my family.

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  10. You made a wonderful variaty of purses, thanks for sharing.
    My favorite tradition is decorating the christmas tree.

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  11. WOWEE!!! You have several fantastic coin purses!

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  12. My favorite is the red birdie and then the CUTE dog purse. Love them alll and of course I want to be in for the giveaway. Since I live in France our Christmas tradition is going for Christmas dinner in a rural French auberge, only us two, together, very romantic....

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  13. Oh my goodness so many cute purses! I know I could never pick a favorite but yes your little bird is darling. And the two college ones must surely be going to two special someones. I haven't made one yet but I'm thinking Christmas too! A tradition at my house is that each grandchild gets three presents just like Jesus got three. :) blessings, marlene

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  14. Oh my gosh! They are all beautiful -- every one I saw I thought no, THAT'S my favorite! I love the idea of quilting one of them, I'm gonna have to try that!

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  15. Great eye candy! Your whole collection is just wonderful! I love them all. I have arthritis too, and used one of those rubber grip circles to pull the needle through..... we can't let our pain stop us, can we!? My favorite tradition is to hand a stocking for Jesus with a birthday letter to Him, thanking Him for my blessings.

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  16. Great purses. I love all the novetly prints you used, but that red rooster takes the cake.

    (I'm a follower)

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  17. My favorite holiday tradition is the slow way my family opens gifts. We go one at a time and really show off what we got and discuss any "good deal" stories behind it. We even take a break in the middle of gifts, eat, then finish. So even if there are only a few gifts each, it makes the opening last longer.

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  18. Great purses! I love the little red bird one!
    We always go to the midnight church service on Christmas eve at our local church then come home for mulled wine!

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  19. welllll I am just downright proud of you created..sew proud too I wanted to share one with everyone..go look....you did a fabulous job....great choices in well everything..glad you played along?

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  20. WOW!! you were busy and such creative little bags
    :)
    thanks for sharing

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  21. Oh my goodness...you definitely caught the bug with these purses. All the fussy cutting on them was amazing. I love them all!

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  22. OH MY! One purse is cuter than the next!! The last one is absolutely darling!!

    My favorite Christmas tradition is a Swedish Smorgasbord our family has every year on Christmas Eve - AND Santa Claus ALWAYS makes an appearance and distributes all the gifts! Such fun! Thanks for sharing and the chance to win!!

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  23. OH yes! I am a follower!! I'm so glad you did this hop so I CAN be a follower!!

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  24. wow! You have been busy! Lots a cute little coin purses. Don't think I could pick a favorite! Our Christmas celebration is focused on traditional Norwegian traditions. One of our favorite is making (and eating) the Kranskekake (ring cake). Thanks!

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  25. I'm a new follower...
    Blog hops are a great way to meet new friends.
    Thanks for hopping along with us!

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  26. Such variety... my fave? I really like the last one with the lace and buttons. Well done!

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  27. oops... forgot the tradition.
    Christmas Eve candlelight service of Lessons and Carols at my church.

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  28. Such pretty purses. You make it look easy. My favorite Christmas tradition, that sadly has disbanded, was the gathering of ALL our family,grandparents, aunts uncles,and cousins. We are scattered too far away to gather now, but one the best year we had 75 people in one house!

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  29. Oh Wow! These are all great looking purses! I would hate to have to choose between them! Wonderful job!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  30. Wow! You've been busy! They are all just adorable!

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  31. I'm a new follower! We don't really have an traditions at my house now. With every one's work schedules it usually after Christmas before we can get together. but that's the important part...getting together!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  32. I'm a new follower, by the way!

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  33. Oh my GOSH!! You have the most darling assortment of these little purses!! I was wondering, after seeing the Sew We Quilt page, where the 'state' purse would show up! It cracked me up that she said, "Go, Mississippi!" LOL!! Of course I did go to Ole Miss ... and I am a die hard 'Bama fan! LOL! They are still VERY cute and I love the idea of a collegiate purse! Great job!!! :)

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  34. I love all of your purses such cute fabric choices. My favorite holiday tradition is to get together with family on Thanksgiving at each others homes.

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  35. I'm a new follower, thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. Oh yeah -- and I am a new follower! And one of my favorite holiday traditions is the annual trek through Botanical Gardens to see the Galaxy of Lights show! Well, that and watching It's a Wonderful Life! :)

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  37. WOW! Where to start! What a parade! Love the little red bird and the Christmas one and the college one, yikes, great job!

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  38. Oh my... you did have fun making these purses. They all turned out great.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.
    (supermomnocape at yahoo dot com)

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  39. Ohhhhhhhhhh what a wonderful collection of little purses. I can't wait for the frames that I ordered to arrive so I can try some too. Favorite Christmas tradition..making candy but since we moved to Mexico I haven't been successful (think it is the altitude), but I will keep on trying.

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  40. I'm a new follower. Thank you for the chance at your giveaway, looking forward to more of your blog.

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  41. Wow! You are a whirling dervish with these coin purses! There's so many wonderful themes I like, the little birds are sweet, the dogs, the cats (very sheeshee) :)

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  42. You did a wonderful line of purses.My favorite is the little bird with hexies.Great job!!

    My favorite holiday tradition is to be with family specially the 24,25 and 31 of December and decote my home.

    Thanks for the chance.

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  43. Subee - you really outdid yourself - such variety and whimsical fabrics. Thanks for sharing all of them with us. You are creative. Judy C

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  44. A new follower.Love blog hops to find new tips and ideas.Thanks for the chance!!

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  45. A family tradition of ours is to watch a true holiday classic, Holiday Inn (for the grownups)
    and the latest movie for the kiddies. A total theater experience with all the fixin's!
    I'm a new follower, thank you for the chance :)

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  46. Wow, you sure have been busy! What great purses and the kitty-themed are my favorite. Thanks for sharing.

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  47. Wow, you did great! Thanks for sharing.

    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  48. Thanks for sharing, loved all of your purses. I love getting together with my family. Thanks

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  49. What joyful fabrics you used! Love the idea of the college fabrics- great stocking sruffers!

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  50. you have been busy creating some fun little purses. I do like that little red bird.
    My favorite Christmas tradition is to go to the mountains to pick and cut our Christmas tree.

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  51. My favorite Christmas tradition: finishing up wrapping last minute gifts on Christmas Eve watching A Christmas Story. I'm always finishing something last minute so this is particularly fitting. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Fawn

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  52. Gorgeous little purses. They are so cute. I love getting together with family over the holidays. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  53. You´ve done so many cute purses!!! I love to join the Christmas choir at christmasnight in the church and sing all the wonderful Christmassongs!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  54. WOW ! Great job! My favorite holiday tradition is getting together with family and eating, visiting and playing games. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  55. Your purses are just fabulous. I love the idea of the buttons and lace on them.

    Favorite tradition would have to be going to see the lights with the grandchildren followed by dinner.

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  56. Love all of your purses. Congratulations on being in the pick of the day. Having dinner with our family.

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  57. Hi!!! WOW!!! I love all of your purses!!! My favorite tradition is putting the angel at the top of the tree!!! We have everyone there for this part of the decorating even if not everyone is there for the rest of the tree!!!! It is like having an extra angel to watch over us all during the holidays!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!

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  58. Oh my, what a fantastic group of coin purses! Each is so unique! I want them all! My favorite tradition is still stringing cranberries and popcorn for the tree. My children are all grown and live far away, but it reminds me of the happy times in the past. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  59. I am a Google follower, but do not have a blog.
    jbechosend At sbcglobal dot net

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  60. Wowza!!! You went all out. Love them ALL!!!

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  61. You are so creative! Thank you for the inspiration. My favorite tradition is the tree. As long as I get my tree up I'm happy. It wouldn't bother me if the other decorations didn't get put up.

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  62. I love your purses and the cats are my very favorite.

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  63. You were really working these coin purses, I love the kitty one.

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  64. I am a follower and thank you for the give away.

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  65. Your purses are fabulous! I love the buttons!!!
    My favorite holiday memory...is the faces of my grandkids as they see the tree in all it's glory on Christmas morning!!

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  66. Cookie party every year for my grandbabies, we give them a table full of goodies and let them go to town, now were all dressing up in hats and etc..the oldest is 4 and I have 5 and they bring a friend, we laugh at them for hours..

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  67. I am a follower and thank you for the give away.

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  68. Wow, you made a ton! Good job! My favorite tradition/memory is opening up one present on Christmas Eve. Such a nice little preview of what is to come the next day!

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  69. Love your purses and the one with the buttons is just darling and a great idea.

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  70. Wow! Wonderful purses. The bird, the dogs, cats in hats, buttons and lace! Then the school ones....Great idea! Thanks for sharing and congrats on being one of the chosen.
    Favorite holiday tradition.. decorating the house...putting up the little Christmas village and the wooden nutcrackers.

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  71. All these purses are so cute! My favorite holiday tradition is opening one present on Christmas eve. thanks. Vivian

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  72. Lindas,até queria ser sua neta....Obrigada por tanta disposição,é fantástico!

    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  73. Seguidora 55 no Gfc.obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  74. Oh, my goodness! You really had the sewing machine going! Lovely little purses. Thanks for sharing. Really like the Christmas one!

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  75. Wow! You have made some brilliant purses! Love, love the cat one, and your hexies are the best! Our favourite holiday traditions has been to open ONE gift on Christmas eve after coming home from church.

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  76. Happy to be a new follower! Thanks for the giveaway

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  77. You are just amazing!!! I felt lucky to get one done. What a woman!

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  78. darling blog, and now I am a follower as well. thanks
    ~a

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  79. Rosemary B here:
    Adorable little purses. Love the lace and buttons great idea. I really wanted to incorporate lace and this is so cute.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity

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  80. You really went to town. They make the greatest gifts. How fun! Great, fun fabrics!

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  81. What a wonderful array of little beauties! I can tell that you were not only on a roll but were having the best time coming up with adorable designs. I do love that red bird one and the hexie, too. Best holiday tradition is getting together with family. Seeing Christmas in the eyes of our 9 grands, is a thrill in itself!

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  82. Wow you made so many!!!! Well done you! One of my fav holiday traditions would be having fruit salad from teh tin, drained, then mixed with whipped cream. We eat it alongside the turkey and stuffing etc - delicious (but weird to many people!!). Thanks for the chance :)

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  83. Yes I love your little red bird...and the rooster too. Great coin purses.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  84. I love them all but my favorite is the one with the little red bird
    Thanks for sharing your works

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  85. My favorite holiday tradition is my dad's Christmas cake, which he starts soaking in October.

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  86. My son's name is Nik and so this year I thought we would start celebrating St. Nikolaos day on Dec. 6, we did it as kids and it should be fun to start it with my own. (you put a shoe outside your door and if you are good you get treats and if you are bad you get sticks).

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  87. we have christmas with his and mine and love every minute of it

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  88. The rooster and the three kitties are my favorites! They are all pretty though.

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  89. I love the little red bird and the quilted diamonds purses. They are all cute. You did a super job! Thanks for sharing.

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  90. The Advent candle wreath. We have a simple booklet that we follow as we light each candle.

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  91. Wow..have you been busy! Love them all!

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  92. Holy cow...what a collection! They are all sew well done! We love going Christmas caroling!

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  93. You made some really cute little purses.

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  94. my favourite holiday tradition is putting up the christmas tree...after my birthday on the 16th, sometime around the 18th or so. gets the holiday season going!! love the purses!

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  95. My favorite tradition is sitting around the table with the kids making ornaments. We have a very "eclectic" tree ;-) Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

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  96. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the tree, telling the stories about each ornament, remembering the old days.

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  97. My favorite tradition is being with all my friends and family members during different times during the season to share a meal or get together for a party. I love the decorations and lights, and the little scenes that the stores make in their windows to entice us in!

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  98. Love them all. It is obvious you had fun with this one. (-;

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  99. The are cute and I'd say that you found these even more addictive than I did! Thanks for sharing your creations with us today.

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  100. OK, let me start by saying that I adore that little red bird! Would love to find this fabric somewhere! The purses are all outstanding but my favorites are the ones with the little red bird, the ones with cats and the pink and green one for Maddie. All quite lovely!
    Wish I'd thought of needle-nosed pliers. Fingertips are still sore! Christmas tradition? The Candlelight service, and then home to plates of goodies and hot, sweet/sour cocktail weenies. Simple but perfect for me.

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  101. My favorite tradition is decorating the christmas tree. These coin purses are just adorable.

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  102. Your coin purses are lovely! My favourite is the one with the little red bird amongst all the white ones! ~And well done on sucessfully enlarging the pattern, Ihave some larger frames and need to try that myself.

    My favourite Christmas tradition - we buy a new christmas decoration for the tree each every year, usually from somewhere we've been during the year, it means our tree is a tree of memories!

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  103. I just found your blog this morning and I love all your little purses! Now I have yet another project I want to try. I would have to say my favorite Christmas tradition is baking cinnamon rolls and giving them away. I love the happy faces of the recipients! It's just another part of gift giving that I truly enjoy....the element of surprise. Of course, I love to receive a gift too!

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  104. Cute little coin purses!

    Hosting a purse frame giveaway on my blog....

    http://splittingstitches.blogspot.com/

    Favorite holiday tradition - setting out the 101 dalmation puppy ornaments that I collected a few years ago. they were in McD's Happy Meals, they were so cute I had to have them all!!

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  105. Oh, I think just getting together with my family for a holiday meal.

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  106. Love your little purses! I have to frames and have been looking for a great pattern - I will have to check her out! My favorite holiday tradition is having Christmas music playing at home, either on the stereo or my husband playing carols on the piano.

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  107. Holidays are a perfect time to be with my family- best tradition ever :) Thanks for the great givaway!

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  108. I'm your follower by GFC! Thanks :)

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  109. I love your awesomeness! Visiting from V and Co. today but I do read your blog just because I like it. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

    My favorite holiday tradition is spending time with the extended family - from my mother down to the youngest grandniece. I like your u r priceless purses.

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  110. My favorite Christmas tradition would be Christmas morning breakfast before we open gifts! Everyone eats and eats then we shower and get ready for the day. Then we open presents! Such fun waiting for the gift part.. Make the kids wait, but the kids are all grown now!
    lisamcgriff@hotmail.com

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  111. wow you had so much fun. And they are all adorable. Thanks for sharing and for the sweet give a way. My favorite holiday tradition is making for christmas eve for our family a white lamb simbolizing Jesus, reading the christmas story and talking about it.

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  112. I love that we have a big Christmas Eve dinner and then open all the gifts first thing Christmas morning. With the girls still in their Christmas PJs. :)

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  113. I love to go toboganning over the holidays with my kids! awoilk at rogers dot com

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  114. I am a new follower! awolk at rogers dot com

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  115. Love your little red bird, all your purses are lovely but I specially like that one! thanks for the chance to win... Holiday tradition is to spend Xtmas in the swimming pool to bear the heat! that's Argentinian Christmas for you! thanks for the chance to win

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  116. WoW! Someone has been busy! hehe. All of your little purses are sp precious! Looks like they are addictive to make. I really want to give these a try.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dit)com

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  117. I'm a follower.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. I am a new follower, and I love the coin purses. So adorable. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. Sue, I'm squealing with delight and amazement! Look at all the wonderful coin purses you created. Wow. So many great ideas here - clever you! My fave is the birdie print. Too cute for words. ;o)

    Thanks so much for being a part of the hop.

    UR Priceless!

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  120. So many fine purse you made. Love the one with the birds

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  121. You made so many cute purses that I can't even pick a favourite. I love them all!
    A favourite holiday tradition is decorating the tree with ornaments that remind us of past Christmases.

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  122. I'm a follower ;-)
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  123. One of our traditions is that every Monday night in December we get our pyjamas on early and watch a christmas film as a family eating chocoaltes. I love your huge purse collection, especially the one with the little red bird. Thanks for the giveaway too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  124. I am a follower. Thanks for the giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  125. Oh so many wonderful purses! I do love your little red bird! :o) And the quilted one...and your granddaughter will love her girly, girl purse...so pretty!
    Hm...Christmas tradition...we love to watch Christmas movies on Christmas Eve and day...and we also celebrate my hubby's December 25th birthday too/

    Thank you for your giveaway!
    Blessings & Aloha!
    I am home from visiting our first little grandbaby! Wish I could have stayed longer! But I am trying now to catch up with all the wonderful posts on this blog hop. Still on Day 5 with my visits!

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  126. All of your purses are amazing to me! I am so happy to see them. One of my favorite traditions is to go to Minneapolis for the Holidazzle parade.

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