Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Giveaway Day!

The giveaway is now closed!



It is time for the most wonderful time of the year - Giveaway Day is here! 
Thanks to Sew Mama Sew for hosting this bi-annual event.


Today I am giving away a stack of four fat quarters from my personal stash. The stack contains 5 pieces of 18" x 22" each, with the same print in five different colors, all quilting cotton.



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To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post telling me what your Christmas dinner will be this year.

The giveaway is open to everyone worldwide. I will keep the giveaway open through Sunday December 13, and pick a winner on Monday December 14. The winner will be contacted by email, so make sure you have a valid email account.

The giveaway is over, and the winner is #206 Karen.

Don't forget to enter all the other giveaways at Sew Mama Sew.

233 comments:

  1. a lovely selection of fabrics. Christmas dinner this year will be on Christmas Eve as Helen younger daughter is working on 25th, she is a nurse in the local hospice. We will have turkey with trimmings and maybe Xmas pudding to follow but usually we are too full, still have last year`s in the cupboard. Oh yes they like homemade leek and potato soup to start with

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  2. I'm still working on what Christmas dinner will be. Right now I'm thinking a pork loin roast on the grill would be good. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  3. Dinner will be Cheesy Chicken Casserole, pulled pork sandwiches and lunch meat sandwiches. Thanks for this incredible giveaway!

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  4. Christmas dinner...hmmm. I have no idea! Is that terrible? And now I'm thinking I should get started on that planning. :)

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  5. We always follow our traditions, and have some cod recipe (oven cooked mostly) for Christmas eve and Turkey for Christmas day. This is Portuguese Tradition.

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  6. Christmas dinner is always a thanksgiving repeat with turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce, etc

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  7. Ham, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, rolls, and some sort of dessert!

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  8. I have absolutely no idea what my Christmas dinner will consist of yet! It's too early to plan, right? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. am thinking that I will be having ham for christmas this year - will be really simple - just me

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  10. HAM! I love ham. We will be having ham, and then make beans with the bone, and then the dog will get the bone afterward. 3 means with one meat products, sweeeeet!

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  11. Christmas dinner with be turkey with all of the fixings and desserts. Thank you for the giveaway!!

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  12. Christmas dinner will be traditional Swedish, christmas ham, gravad salmon, meatballs and everything else on the smörgårdsbord =)

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  13. Christmas dinner is usually a roast! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  14. Christmas dinner will be traditional Spanish roast lamb with potatoes, veggies ans seafood and the traditional spanish sweets Turron.

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  15. We don't have the menu completely planned, but ham and cornbread are two items we will have.

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  16. What a nice bundle of fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win it. We don't celebrate Christmas so will probably be having a salmon dinner that night.

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  17. Christmas dinner will be lasagna and home made rolls with a nice salad.....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  18. We'll be having pate on toast, turkey and all the trimmings and christmas pudding and custard.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  19. I am eating out but I know oysters will be involved. Thanks for the chance.

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  20. Oh, I haven't decided yet. Ham? I think my DH wants ham, baked beans, and funeral potatoes. So, probably that. :-)

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  21. Not sure what we are having for Christmas dinner yet. Maybe sandwiches and snacks. It's always something easy. Thanks for the opportunity. Great fabrics!

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  22. Our christmas dinner this year, will be Arroz con Gandules, rice with special beans, along with a fruit cake, hmmmm cant wait to taste it!!!

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  23. we will have three Christmas dinners, all here!

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  24. First of all, I LOVE your clever blog title!
    Our Christmas Dinner will be a potluck at a friend's house. The main dish is supposed to be "Cajun Meatloaf". God only knows what that will be like! Being with friends (when all family is far away) is what's special about the dinner. Thanks for your giveaway opportunity.

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  25. Actually I don't have a clue about Christmas Eve dinner. My niece and her husband are planning and cooking dinner for our family. Will be a surprise but they are great cooks. I love your idea of your giveaway present. They are really nice pieces and loving the idea that is is the same print. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. Happy Holidays to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  26. Our Christmas Dinner will be a Fondue dinner with meat, poultry, shrimp and different veggies. I love Fondue dinners... Thanks for the chance!

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  27. HI,Roast Beef for our family! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!
    THANK YOU. msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  28. Thanks for a great giveaway. I actually don't know what our Christmas dinner will be this year since my mom is planning it all as we drive the 3 days it takes to get to my parent's house. I'm sure it'll be tasty as always, though, since she's such a wonderful cook and baker :)

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  29. This year I believe we will have Roast Beef. :-) coudre at dmdrafting dot com

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  30. I think this year we are going to have ribs, but we've not decided for sure.

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  31. Our Christmas dinner is always the same as our Thanksgiving dinner! Turkey!

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  32. Yikes! The family usually debates and votes on holiday dinner options. We haven't done that yet this year. Last year it was shrimp bisque soup and prime rib. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  33. My husband and I are vegetarian, so the challenge is to create a show-stopping vegetarian main. I might try to make a mushroom timballo this year from Marcella Hazan, but we'll see!

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  34. I'm having Christmas dinner with my nephews partner's family. I believe they are all sort of vegetarians...they cheat with fish. So we are probably having fish. I'll find out when I get there.

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  35. Thank you for the giveaway. Christmas dinner will consist of a honey-baked ham, potatoe salad, green beans, cranberry sauce,dressing, pecan pie and a cake.

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  36. I was just talking w/my mom about this earlier today. Meatball, roast beef, potatoes, salad and lots of other sides. Merry Christmas!

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  37. I love this bundle. When my grandmother became unable to cook (she is almost 94) Chritmas dinner, instead of us recreating her recipes, we started a new tradition of having Chinese food so she wouldn't feel guilty about not being able to have the big meal she's made for over 70 years. It is really a lot of fun and takes the pressure off everyone. We still use fancy china.
    buffyh_6 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

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    1. Great idea - might be what we two do too! On the fancy china...!

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  38. We might be having a kind of picnic Christmas lunch cos we'll be out doing something, but I'll be making a trifle and a chocolate mousse. For me Christmas food is about dessert.

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  39. Christmas Dinner will be spent with family eating the traditional "arroz con gandules" and "pasteles" from Puerto Rico.

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  40. We do something different each year. Imagine we might do a Pork loin on the Big Green Egg. Definitely something else with sweet potatoes, salad, rice dressing and chocolate fudge cake for dessert. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  41. I don't know yet, but it'll probably be ham. (ayngemac@gmail.com)

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  42. Great fabrics! Thanks for the chance.
    For Christmas dinner I think it's just going to be my husband and me as son is going on honeymoon! I like Buffy's idea of having Chinese food on our fancy china - then we would not have left overs which would be a good thing this year! Thanks for the chance.

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  43. Mashed Potatoes and Mac & Cheese. I'll be by myself.

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  44. What a lovely giveaway, thank you. We'll all be having our individual favourite foods for a starter - my niece is having marshmallows! Followed by the traditional turkey & pud.

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  45. Roast dinner...with as many roast potatoes as I can fit on my plate!!
    H.

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  46. we have City Chicken!! look forward to it every year. :)

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  47. I really hope that we will have ham and au gratin potatoes followed with lots of holiday cookies! Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt AT gmail DOT com

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  48. Usually we do ham and potatoes.

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  49. Right now, I am not sure I will even have a "christmas dinner" but in the past, I hosted about 30 people every year, and I enjoyed making everything, more than eating any of it!!!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  50. Turkey and Ham with roast potatoes, brussel sprouts, carrots and stuffing

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  51. Beautiful fabrics! My parents are making Christmas dinner, but if I have a say, my vote is for my dad's amazing paella! Thanks for the chance :)

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  52. We always have a lunch here in Gisborne New Zealand, and as it will probably be quite hot a BBQ is in order.

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  53. Prime Rib and twice baked potatoes

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  54. We are going to my sister's house for Christmas this year.
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  55. My mother-in-law is in charge of dinner, but I always bring pumpkin mousse and gingerbread cookies for dessert!

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  56. I have no idea, not planned yet! thanks for the chance!

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  57. My inlaws make dinner and I make gluten free pie for my mother in law

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  58. I'm glad I'm not the only one who hasn't planned yet, but it will probably be traditional turkey and sweet potato casserole along with green beans.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  59. I love this fabric! We will have the usual...turkey, potatoes, gravy. Very traditional, but very welcome during the holidays!

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  60. We always have a mixture of everyones favorite appetizers and finger foods. I've wanted to change it and have a big sit down meal but my kids say now way, this is tradition!

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  61. Christmas dinner will be ham, potatoes and various other side dishes. Christmas eve is always meatballs, mashed potatoes and gravy.

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  62. Christmas dinner with be Ham and Turkey with all the side goodies....that way everyone is happy

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  63. Christmas dinner will be Ham, some chicken, fruit salad, potato salad, and some appetizers and finger foods. Luksewcute(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. I haven't decided what dinner will be yet

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  65. Our Christmas dinner will be roasted Partridge, green beans with garlic and almonds, spinach salad with cranberries, mandarins, and feta cheese, and caramelized baby carrots. I haven't decided on a dessert yet, maybe something simple like ice cream with a chocolate drizzle.

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  66. I honestly have no idea what Christmas dinner will be - no family get-together, so no traditional dishes. I'm sure it will be good, though ;)
    Thank you for the giveaway opp!

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  67. Lovely fabrics. I usually relax all day on Christmas so dinner is usually something like cold pizza :)

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  68. We will be having turkey for Christmas dinner. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  69. We are having roasted turkey with stuffing and many many vegetables for dinner.

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  70. I'm excited for Christmas dinner this year - my mom is visiting for the first time so the kids are jumping out of their skin excited, and so am I!!!!

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  71. traditional turkey
    Thanks for the giveaway - great print

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  72. Whatever my brother is cooking :) (kat-gray@hotmail.com)

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  73. Hmmm. We're always at one parent or the other, so I never cook a Christmas meal. Ham or turkey. Some years it's steak. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. We always do traditional Thanksgiving, and whatever on Christmas! Last year was chicken fajitas and homemade tortillas for Christmas dinner! Not sure yet about this year...

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  75. probably roast beef, mashed potatoes & peas at my in-laws sewinawe (at) gmail (dot) com

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  76. Thanks for the chance to win! We'll probably be having lamb.

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  77. Ham,sweet potatoes,broccoli casserole,bean salad,rolls. Cheesecake,Apple pie and cake for dessert.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  78. Beautiful bundle! I don't know what will be our Christmas dinner yet. This year it will be just me, my husband and two kids, since our families are far away, but I like when we make something like pulled pork and some casseroles so we can have leftovers for the rest of the week. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  79. Christmas dinner hasn't been planned yet. It will be anything my sons want to cook. They are both chefs so it will be delicious!
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  80. Our Christmas dinner is similar to Thanksgiving. So it will probably consist of turkey, ham, dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes, rolls and a pie of some kind. What I would want most of all is to not be sick this year while making dinner. Last year I had the flu and it was a struggle! Merry Christmas!

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  81. I hope to enjoy another family member's cooking and just bring desserts! I enjoy baking but cooking - not so much.

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  82. Christmas dinner is a potluck in our family, and I think the main dishes are ham and a pork roast. Thanks for sharing with us!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  83. Our Christmas dinner will be ham, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, rolls, pumpkin cheesecake, pecan pie and various fruits and vegetables.

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  84. My family is all geared up to try a Turducken this year!

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  85. Vegetarian casserole, mashed potatoes, rolls, veggies and pie!

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  86. At this point I think turkey will be the main course. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, corn and home baked bread.

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  87. Tortiere -- the French Canadian meat pie. thanks for the chance to win.

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  88. Pita bread pizzas on Christmas Eve and fondue on Christmas! :-)

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  89. The usual, ham, chicken and veges. Christmas pudding, pavlova, and trifle for dessert. The diet will start after Boxing Day. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  90. My family are all overseas and I'm not able to travel to see them this year, so I will be spending the holidays volunteering at a homeless shelter. I guess Christmas dinner will be whatever I'm given!

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  91. Our Christmas dinner will be Ham, Applesauce, Cranberries, Yams, carrots, etc.

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  92. We will be having turkey for Christmas dinner! Love the fabrics :)

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  93. I live in Greece and we eat Turkey for dinner.

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  94. We don't do a turkey, so we usually plan something exotic or complicated. I think we did a Jamaican theme last year.
    distantsub at gmail dot com

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  95. I have absolutely no idea yet what I'm making for Xmas. I'm still too focused at work, but I'm planning to start working on the menu this weekend :-)

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  96. Too early to tell. I'm not sure how many people are coming yet.

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  97. I'm going to my MIL's so I have no idea but I bet it's turkey and beef.

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  98. We are still debating it. We suggested turkey, but my brother and sil are no fan of turkey. So still talking about it.

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  99. We are making a roast pork, yellow rice with pigeon peas and plantains

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  100. Oh my goodness, Christmas dinner? One more thing I have to figure out!

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  101. Ham, sweet potatoes, asparagus casserole, deviled eggs, yeast rolls, mashed potatoes

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  102. Those are such fun fabrics, thanks for the giveaway! We will have a traditional Christmas dinner on Christmas day at my sister-in-laws (turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes etc.) but my favorite is going for Sushi with just my husband before Christmas eve service.

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  103. I am not sure what Christmas dinner will be sin e I'm not cooking. It will be yummy though and good to see family.

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  104. Ham, potatoes, swedish Jul bread. Oh, and the inlaws bring tamales. :)

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  105. not sure as my MIL is cooking ;) probably ham or turkey...

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  106. Turkey - sweet potatoes, etc., like Thanksgiving.

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  107. We're skipping the big Christmas eats this year. My friends and I are going out to distribute stuffed socks of necessities to the homeless.

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  108. Turkey, stuffing, sweet taters, green beans, crescent rolls!!! And of course desserts!

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  109. Mmm. Christmas dinner. We usually have pineapple and brown sugar glazed ham. And LOTS of pumpkin pie. And homemade fudge. :)

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  110. Haven't really given that thought actually. Christmas dinner isn't a big to-do for my family, or my husband's. As a kid we normally just went out to eat somewhere "nice" on Christmas day. Last year we had a ham in the fridge, but then decided to just decided to "Christmas Story" it and went to a local Chinese place :)

    rtgandy at gmail

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  111. I'll be at the airport on Christmas Day going from one son's house to the other son so it will be airport food (UGH!)

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  112. Haha, it will be a tricky dinner, because I have some explosive family matter to negotiate around... I'm bringing gingerbread. And cheesecake. You can't go wrong with cheesecake

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  113. It will be turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings, not forgetting the Christmas pudding. Thank you for the giveaway of the lovely fabric.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  114. Hi Anita! I am Anita too. :) My Christmas dinner will be turkey with stuffing and lots of veggies on the side. Last night I discovered that my 14-month-old and my 7-year-old daughters both love sweet potatoes. A lot! So those will be included in Christmas supper for sure.

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  115. Love those fabrics! I am thinking I'll make a pork loin for Christmas dinner this year. My kids and husband don't like turkey (booo!) and I made a prime rib roast for Thanksgiving. Sounds good! duchick at gmail dot com

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  116. We'll probably end up going to my in-laws, so I'll have what they're having.

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  117. My mom will probably make prime rib!

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  118. Meatballs, mashed potatoes, and rutbagas - my dad's favorite dinner! Thanks for the chance to win this striking fabric, and thanks for your inspiring blog!

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  119. Not sure what we will be having yet. Probably ham with all the "fixings"

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  120. I go to my adopted family's house. There are tons of people there & we have turkey & ham & sauerkraut, & sweet potatoes, & cranberry sauce etc. everyone brings something! It's awesome :)

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  121. We get to have Prime Rib at my sister's house.

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  122. oddly we are having meatloaf. My brothers all thought that sounded good, so i'm going with it!

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  123. Soup, prawn cocktail, turkey,roast potatoes and all the trimmings. Pavlova or trifle for dessert. Xmas cake with coffee and mince pies to finish!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  124. We will be having turkey and all the fixings. MMMMMMMMMM. Can't wait! Thanks for sharing this delicious fabric!

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  125. No idea yet...should I start to panic?

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  126. These are fabulous prints! Thanks!

    My Mom is making most of Christmas dinner. Based on past year, I think we'll be having turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, butterscotch rolls and possibly cranberry jelly.

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  127. Christmas dinner will most likely be a turkey and all the stuff that goes with it.

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  128. I am not for sure yet but am thinking of making ham and all the trimmings.

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  129. I am making two vegan main dishes and grilling salmon for the "meat" eaters who are coming!

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  130. With my family (we're Chinese), there will be a range of Asian dishes such as curries, noodles and dumplings, as well as some traditional fare of shortbread, gingerbread, Christmas pudding and hams.
    My in-laws are very traditional, so it will be roast turkey, roast vegetables and Christmas pudding with them.

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  131. I'll probably be fixing a turkey dinner for my father...but if my daughter is coming, I'll have to fix a ham!!

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  132. This year we will be having a free-range turkey from my sister's farm, with all the fixin's. jgemeroy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  133. Love the fabrics!!! Thanks for chance to win! :)

    Christmas dinner is always Ham...& my Husband's AWESOME gravy & his Cranberry?oranges "stuff"...giggle... Plus mashed tater's, baked sweet taters, corn, & whatever else the grown Kiddo's bring to share...plus I make cherry pies
    (Plus asst'd cookie's...Caramel Corn & Chex Mix that we put into small bags to give as treats)

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  134. If I stay home, I'll likely go to a friend's and have prime rib. If I visit my extended family, it would likely be turkey and ham. Plus lots of goodies at both sites so no one will leave hungry.

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  135. We'll probably roast an Amish chicken that we bought from some local Amish. They are as big as a small turkey and are delicious! Not sure about the side dishes yet, but definitely make some yummy pies!

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  136. I can't make it home for the holidays this year, so Christmas dinner will probably not be anything too exciting. Maybe a couple of extra treats for the cat, ha.

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  137. We will be having roast chicken.

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  138. My kids don't like the normal traditional foods for Christmas and Thanksgiving -- for Thanksgiving, I make them suffer through it because I like them! For Christmas we do things they like. Christmas breakfast is the big deal in our house -- home made cinnamon rolls. I don't know what we'll have for dinner this year because it's up to the kids; last year was sushi, pizza and mac and cheese, so I REALLY truly have no idea! sarah@forrussia.org

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  139. Not sure yet! It's just my hubby and kids on Christmas, we travel to everyone else on the 26th. I better get planning though :) Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  140. It will be simple whatever it is. Haven't decided yet. Probably ham and mac and cheese will be on the menu because those are my son's favorites.

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  141. This year we are having tamales, thanks.

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  142. Christmas dinner will be whatever my son and daughter-in-law want to fix!

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  143. No idea yet! But I think I'm going to make crockpot baked potato soup for Christmas eve dinner... yum!

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  144. I'll be with my vegetarian sister and her wife - so I have no idea!

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  145. Ham balls and prime rib. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  146. Good question... I have no idea yet LOL!

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  147. It's just my honey and me, so we're having roast chicken and potatoes, plus some sides.
    livingincolorblog(at)outlook.com

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  148. Christmas Dinner will be Turkey, Roast Lamb with mint sauce, roast veges, new peas and carrots. Dessert will be fresh mixed berries, and a pavlova.

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  149. My son is away at Law School this year, so I am volunteering to work so that someone with little kids can stay home. They will feed us, but I'm not sure what. I'm sure that it will be wonderful.

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  150. No Christmas, Hannukah.
    Full of friends and family.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    :)

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  151. Christmas Eve is our big dinner; ham, potatoes, salads, homemade rolls. Christmas day is leftovers or breakfast foods. Thanks.

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  152. My Christmas dinner will b something vegetarian, some North Indian dish n a dessert :) priza_7@yahoo.co.in

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  153. We are having Christmas Brunch at house on Dec. 20th. thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  154. I don't know what Christmas dinner will be, as I'll be traveling to another state and someone else will be cooking it. Thanks for the beautiful giveaway.

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  155. I think I'm doing ham this year. It's super easy and I have 2 little ones that won't eat what I make anyway! LOL

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  156. I'm not sure what our Christmas dinner will be after the disaster of Thanksgiving's dinner (food poisoning). We'll probably keep it simple...Ham, mashed potatoes w/gravy, rolls, and maybe a corn casserole or something.

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  157. I will be enjoying a turkey dinner. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  158. I'm English living in the US so we do roast beef or chicken because thanksgiving gets my turkey and I cannot do it twice... yorkshire puddings roast potatos stuffing balls and lashings of gravy

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  159. Pecan crusted chicken with wild rice and green beans!

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  160. We will probably have roast chicken for Christmas dinner, or maybe a BBQ because it's summer in New Zealand.

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  161. We're going traditional English for Christmas dinner

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  162. We are having a spiral cut ham baked with cherries and pineapple slices. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  163. We like to do Surf and Turf for Christmas. :)

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  164. I haven't decided on the menu yet... Guess it's time to make a list!
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  165. We usually have a big turkey dinner for Christmas. I am not sure which family member is having the dinner yet, so that could always change! Nothing like leaving things to the last minute. :)
    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  166. Whatever leftovers I bring to my Mother in Laws so I have something to eat. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  167. I'm not sure what we will be having since I'm not quite sure what we will be doing yet. My husband won't be home until Christmas Eve and our kids live in different states. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  168. My Christmas lunch will be chicken and dressing, sweet potato casserole, creamed potatoes, green beans, and pecan pie.

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  169. My Christmas dinner will be roast beef with all the sides (potatoes, rolls, salad, etc). My husband makes an amazing roast, so I'm leaving that to him!

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  170. Our annual holiday gathering is a family & friend potluck so there will be a little of everything. I am so looking forward to it.

    tushaythreeatyahoodotcom

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  171. We do brunch so we have more of the day for family fun. Egg casseroles ham hash brown casseroles lots of muffins fresh fruit french toast casseroles etc

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  172. We do brunch so we have more of the day for family fun. Egg casseroles ham hash brown casseroles lots of muffins fresh fruit french toast casseroles etc

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  173. My christmas dinner will be chicken christmas eve and probably some kind of fancy mac and cheese the day of.

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  174. Definitely turkey but don't know what else yet... Thanks for the giveaway

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  175. I don't know we were just talking about that tonight.

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  176. This year we will have a beef roast, potatoes and green beans! Yum!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  177. Every year we order an assortment of smoked game meats from Cabella's. My family members are not hunters, but they love the once a year chance to eat buffalo, elk, venison and wild boar. I can concentrate on vegetable dishes and a beautiful strawberry trifle for dessert.

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  178. Roast chicken, ham, new potatos, peas, carrots - so tasty! And pavlova and fresh berries for dessert. :-) (I live in New Zealand, so it's summer down here.)

    macska at gmail dot com

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  179. Our Christmas dinner is very similar to the U.S. Thanksgiving dinner, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, rolls with chocolate or apple pie for dessert.

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  180. Christmas dinner will be a roasted chicken, stuffing and gravy, mashed potatoes, a veggie, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin and mincemeat pie -- very traditional!

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  181. I haven't really decided about dinner yet, but I do know what we're having for dessert (my priorities are in order)--a Buche de noel. I haven't made one for a few years, so it's time to do it again.

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  182. I haven't decided anything for Christmas Dinner this year... I'm a last minute planner for meals.

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  183. We usually have ham and lots of side dishes.

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  184. Hello Anita, what a gorgeous bundle and thank you for sharing your stash.
    still planning that dinner...Prime Rib, baked butternut squash, mashed potato's for the hubby of course dusted w/Au Ju, Asparagus sautéed w/Sesame oil, and the sweets are still being taste tested (most likely an apple dish, and local pecans, walnuts)


    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  185. Ham baked in bread, perogies and cabbage rolls

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  186. Turkey, mash, fresh cranberry rlish, honey roasted parsnips and tiramisu for dessert!!

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