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Lucky Friday 13th...




No bad luck around here today...today is someone's lucky day.  While at Quilt Market last fall I ran into these two nuts..



Barb & Mary of
if y'all think I'm crazy...they have me beat!

These two sisters know how to rock a booth...

okay...all at one time...STINKIN' CUTE...don'tcha think?


They have the best imagination when it comes to displays...seriously who would have come up with a light fixture like this?  Fake grass from Ikea, tin flashing and who knows what else they used...but so stinkin' cute.

Now to the "lucky" part of today....
Barb and Mary gave me two patterns to giveaway...
so here goes....
First up....

Olivia Bag, a fun, flirty and fabulous bag!

and...

Simply Cakes, 3 fast, fun and easy quilts!

Y'all know how this works, leave me a message and I'll draw first thing tomorrow morning...
Two winners will be selected...

Good Luck...
and..
until next time...
Be Kind....

Kelly Ann

Comments

  1. I could use a little good luck today....hasn't been the best week, but things are turning around. Maybe this will be my day. Thanks for the opportunity......

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  2. Cute cute cute - the booth, the patterns - all of it! :-)
    Happy Friday the 13th!!!!

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  3. The 13th has always been a bit lucky for me. Hope I get lucky this time too. Love those quilt patterns.

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  4. I can only imagine how fun these two are...love their humor I find on their blog! Their fabrics always have such a "happy" feel ... a reflection of them! Plus...one of their fabric lines was called "Dilly Dally" ... gotta love that!

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  5. wprisdon@yahoo.comApril 13, 2012 at 11:48 AM

    Pick me!! Cute patterns.

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  6. I wanna' win 'cause I can pickup it up tomorrow when we head your way on the Swirly Girls train -
    WOO-HOO!!!!!!!!!!!! What fun, see you soon............

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  7. Love the bright colors and creativity! Would love to make this purse!

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  8. Love the bright colors and creativity! Would love to make this purse!

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  9. LOVE! pick me, pick me :) Laurie (llsbaskets@comcast.net)

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  10. Happy Friday 13Th!! I love their fabric and patterns,so thanks for the chance to win.

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  11. Love them both, especially the simply cakes quilts!!

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  12. Want. Take pity on this poor PA GRRL?

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  13. Been doing taxes today instead of quilting! :( I've never met the ladies, but do love their patterns. Either prize would be great! With a grandson turning 2, I'm always looking for new patterns to make him a quick quilt. Our local government has instituted a 'bag tax' so we pay 5-cents for every store bag, so I'm always looking for a cute bag to carry when shopping. Thanks for the give away!

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  14. I love the simply cake quilts ! Hope I get lucky on the 13 th !

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  15. maybe for once I'll get lucky ;-))) I love cakes…

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  16. I love the "Me and My Sisters" designs..... I really wanted this pattern, too!!! And I love the handbag pattern!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. So cute! It's been a rotten day so I could use a little happiness! My computer is acting up since the Microsoft update on Tuesday, the A/C in the van just crapped out and it appears someone charged $51 on my credit card from LUXEMBOURG (sp) and the bank says I have to call during regular business hours.

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  18. Kelly, I love the quilt pattern. They look simple enough for me to do!! I hope I am the lucky one..Becky btrimble6771@aol.com

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  19. Oh sew cute! I love the quilt patterns. Keeping my fingers crossed for good luck!

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