It's Time for a Birthday Giveaway!

Isn't it wonderful that Sew Sisters is doing this huge birthday sale and giveaway in honour of my 40th 29th birthday? ;)

For those of you who are not familiar with Sew Sisters Quilt Shop, it is a Canadian-based quilt store that celebrates all things quilting. They have a large selection of fabric, notions, books, patterns and kits.

Although I haven't ordered from their online shop yet, I had the opportunity to visit their Toronto shop twice this summer (it's so close to the 401, how could I not stop?!), and got to meet Carol and Judy in person. So lovely and such fun! Great service and their fabric and notion selection is fabulous. Also, since I'm on a one-income family budget at the moment, I especially appreciate the prices! The shipping rates are the very reasonable because they believe that you should buy more fabric, not postage.

They are having their birthday biggest sale of the year next week. Everything in the store is 29% off, including the clearance items! Better than cake, don't you think?

They are offering one of you lucky ducks a yummy charm pack and candy square pack of Bonnie and Camille's Scrumptious line:


To win, just do any or all of the following:

1) Help a girl out by leaving a comment on this post with a book recommendation. My book club meets soon and I've got nothing to recommend! That or a wine recommendation 'cause that's really what a book club's about, eh?

2) Followers of my blog get a bonus entry. Just leave a comment.

3) Followers of Sew Sisters blog also get a bonus entry. Just leave a comment.

The giveaway will run until Monday, September 16th at 9 p.m. EST, at which point I'll pick a winner via Ms. Random Number Generator. I'll announce the winner on Tuesday, September 17th -- the day of the big sale!

No reply bloggers, please leave your email address in your comment(s). Please don't make me run Ms. Random Number Generator again!

Go check out their website to see what goodies they have! Think of it as pre-shopping... ;)

Thanks for entering and good luck!

198 comments:

  1. Book recommendation: I don't have a lot of time for reading these days, but one amazing book I read was by Andrew Solomon called Far From the Tree. It is amazing!

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  2. I follow Sew Sisters (and shop there regularly!).

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  3. I'm one of your followers too!

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  4. my favourite wine right now (OK...almost anything..but..) is a Malbec red.

    And I just had my 29th birthday a couple of days ago (for the 31st time!!) ! We are almost twins :)

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  5. I have had no time to read lately so I haven't checked out anything new. I'll be reading what others say to get some suggestions too.

    And I will be celebrating my 29th (ha!) in a couple of days! What a great month for many.

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  6. I already follow your wonderful blog on Bloglovin'

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  7. I'm reading Victoria Hislop, I've read a few of hers and they're all great! The book I reviewed 'The Last Runaway' by Tracy Chevalier' is also awesome!

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  8. Ahhhhhh fine wine!! I like Loiseau Blue...a mild white wine.

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  9. I just joined a book club and we are reading 'London' by John Lancaster. SO far it is pretty good!

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  10. I recently read "The Last Runaway" and "The Girl with a Pearl Earring" both by Tracy Chevalier. I also loved reading "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett, but I suppose none of these are very recent books and everyone has read them by now...

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  11. Yay I am a follower. Happy Birthday to you!!! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  12. I also follow Sew Sisters blog...

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  13. oh dear, I need a good book recommendation too, so right now, I have nothing to offer you!

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  14. Already following through feedly. :)

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  15. And wine... Ever since I´m living in Hungary I love almost all wines that origin from there, but those are prolly hard to get over there...

    Books, there are just too many... Don't ask me about new ones though, I always need to wait for translations and 'till they are available 2nd hand, lol.

    I adored Donna Tartt's books (The Secret History & The Little Friend), older but still good; books by Ira Levin and the "Attic series" by Virginia Andrews. Though sometimes I enjoy reading less weird books too, chick-lits are great reads just before going to sleep. :)

    Oh, reading currently a book by a Spanish writer, history & fashion, like it a lot: Maria Duenas, The Time in Between. :)

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  16. I love the Jack Reacher books by Lee Child and a good Reisling! Thanks!

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  17. I follow you via Bloglovin! Thanks!

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  18. I follow Sew Sisters now. Thanks!

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  19. i like historical books, right now i'm reading Phillipa Gregory, only good wine is BC wine, lol/

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  21. Book recommendations are hard- I read mostly non fiction like Drop Dead Healthy by AJ Jacobs which was pretty funny. Have you read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls? It was good.

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  22. I'm following Sew Sisters too.

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  23. i follow sew sisters on bloglovin, great store

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  24. I haven't had time to read anything this summer so don't have a book to recommend and I don't like the taste of wine so don't have anything there either....sorry.

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  25. I am a dedicated follower of your blog.

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  26. Already follow Sew Sisters on Bloglovin.

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  27. I am currentLy reading Wedding Ring by Emilie Richards and it is fantastic... And there are quilts in it!

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  28. Happy 29th :)! The last book I read was "The Litigators" by John Grishom and it was pretty good. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  29. And I'm a follower of Sew Sisters

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  30. and I follow this great Canadian shop!

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  31. and, who has time for reading! But I got The Nature of Blood, Caryl Phillips from the discard pile at the library, 1997. No chapters and you need to figure who the 'I' is sometimes as it has a couple of main characters but certainly would provoke discussion and a nice wine after would uplifting!

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  32. If you like Fantasy, you should try Brandon Sanderson. I think "Elantris" would make an amazing book club read.

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  33. I follow you! Happy 29th birthday!

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  34. I like anything by Charles Todd or Anne Perry. I read mysteries and Debbie Macomber; not much variety there.

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  35. I'm now following Sew Sisters' blog. Thanks.

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  36. Happy birthday! A great read is The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  37. I'm one of your followers with Bloglovin'. Thanks.

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  38. I'm also following Sew Sister Blog with Bloglovin'. Thanks.

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  39. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time? I thought it was really well done and is filled with things to discuss.

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  40. Book recommendation: The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (actually, it is JK Rowling using a pseudonym). It is a great detective story, and I'm looking forward to more in the series.

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  41. I also follow Sew Sisters.

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  42. I follow your blog with Bloglovin

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  43. And I follow Sew Sisters with Bloglovin. It is a great shop!

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  44. I'm absolute no reader so no idea on that. As for wine I prefer white and most often I pick J.P.Chenet I just can't resist that curved bottle-neck, lol.

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  45. I recently read "The Life of Pi" and found it to be one of those books you just have someone to discuss it with when you're done because it really sticks with you. It would be a great book club pick. "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho is also another really great pick.

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  46. I follow you via bloglovin. :)

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  47. Ooh I love Scrumptious! The heart broke in, by James Meek is an awesome book, which I'd pair with a Cupcake vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon! Awesome comment idea, I wrote down a whole bunch of suggestions for myself!! :)

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  49. I also follow you with bloglovin!

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  50. I would recommend Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. It is gripping and very well written

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  51. The lady on the hill is a wonderful book to read about helping the built more estate stay alive. Thanks for the chance

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  52. OK, I follow your blog and I follow Sew Sisters' blog but since I am also hosting a giveaway it may not be kosher to enter your giveaway. I do, however, want to recommend 2 books for your book club. The Canadian one is Factory Voice by Jeanette Lynes and the other one (also about women) is Honolulu by Alan Brennert. Both very well liked by my book club.

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  53. I just loved "In a Sunburned Country" by Bill Bryson. It's non-fiction by an American, and about Australia. I found it very funny. Don't know if Canadians would feel the same or not. I also enjoyed "These Things Hidden" and "The Wight of Silence" by Heather Gudenkauf.

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  54. FOLLOW 'SEW SISTERS'>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  55. FOLLOW YOU>BLOG LOVIN'!

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  56. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ♥
    You might like "The Christmas Quilt" by Thomas J. Davis.Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  57. Wish I could help but the only books I've managed to read this year were about mental illness and dealing with strong will kids!

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  58. I follow you through feedly.

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  59. I recently finished reading "Shag" by Mark Hordyszynski. A unique story with lots of fibre related references. Mark is the designer of Mirror Ball Dots fabrics by Michael Miller. I really enjoyed it. My all-time fave wine is Nova-7 by Benjamin Bridge. What gorgeous fabrics in the giveaway. My fingers are crossed. Thanks!

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  60. I follow Sew Sisters too. Canadian fabric shops rule!!

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  61. Happy Birthday M-R !

    Books:

    BEYOND BELIEF - Inside Scientology and My Narrow Escape
    I always love books where women/children have overcome oppression and rise to tell about it. I just can't imagine raising children the way these children were raised.

    ESCAPE FROM CAMP 14 - An incredible story of the only person born in a North Korean prison camp to have ever escaped alive and tell about it. This story changed what I thought I knew about North Korea. And to think these camps exist today - NOW.

    Wine:

    OBiKWA - A Shiraz red wine from the Western Cape, Africa. Yummy, but I know nothing about wine.

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  62. Happy Birthday!
    Have you ever read The History of Love by Nicole Kraus? It's one of my favorites.
    I also really loved The Woman Upstairs by Claire Messud.

    And I'm a follower of your blog!
    (Ginny Dorris, vdorris@aol.com akd BrooklynQuilter)

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  63. You have got to read: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman
    This is a book that will have you thinking for a long time after finishing it... with questions... What if? What would I do? etc etc

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  64. I follow your blog via GFC but I am also going to add you to Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra chance, this is a very generous giveaway to celebrate Sew Sisters (btw they are amazing!!)

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  65. I follow Sew Sisters in many ways: Bloglovin', Facebook, email.... thanks for one more chance!!

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  66. I follow Sew Sisters in many ways: Bloglovin', Facebook, email.... thanks for one more chance!!

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  67. I follow your blog via GFC but I am also going to add you to Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra chance, this is a very generous giveaway to celebrate Sew Sisters (btw they are amazing!!)

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  68. You have got to read: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman
    This is a book that will have you thinking for a long time after finishing it... with questions... What if? What would I do? etc etc

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  69. If you love long series, I would recommend the books by Diana Gabaldon, starting with Outlander and then keep going. She has a new book coming out this next year, March 2014, so if you read very fast you will have finished the other six 800+page books by then.

    Something quicker: Book of Lost Fragrances by M.J. Rose

    Non-fiction: Creation: How Science is Reinventing Life Itself by Adam Rutherford

    Don't drink but love Earl Grey and cookies when I read.

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  70. The only books I find time to read anymore are my quilting books...it's hard work taking care of two little people 24-7! I just got a wonderful book last week called patchwork please!
    Thank you so much for a chance to win some wonderful fabric!!
    *Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  71. I follow your blog via Bloglovin!
    *Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  72. I haven't read anything in a while that's felt like a good book to recommend (and I've crapped out part way through a few books, which is unusual for me! I think I'm in some kind of reading down-swing at the moment and nothing's keeping my attention). I went and looked at all the books I've read this year and there's nothing on the list that I'd recommend for a book club, so if I roll all the way back through last year... Half Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan would be my suggestion. But, since probably everyone read that one last year, I'll go further back in time (but still on the subject of the blues) and suggest Coming Through Slaughter by Michael Ondaatje. I haven't read that book in years, but I loved it immensely.

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  73. Also, I follow via feedly.

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  74. Yay another chance to win!!!i follow Sew Sisters also via Bloglovin!
    *Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  75. I am a follower of you blog, have not had a lot of time to read books so I am no help at all when it comes to suggesting a good book to read

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  76. If this is your 40th 29th birthday does that mean you are 69??? Because if that is the case you are looking damn fine for 69, girl. The Painted Girls by Cathy Marie Buchanan (Cdn to boot) is a great read....Parisian back up ballerinas, you know,the chorus line. Their hard scrabble life and Paris in the 1800's. they were the inspiration for Degas' statues . I then read Paris by Edward Rutherford (?) a fictional story set to real life events through many decades of Parisian history. Sit down with either of these and a cold glass of Sav blanc and you're set for a fine time.

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  77. The book I read last summer and loved--The Secret Garden

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  78. Also I'm currently following Sew Sisters on Feedly

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  79. And The Night Circus might be the best book ever. Or you can't go wrong with anything by Italo Calvino (though Invisible Cities is a favourite).

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  80. Fin and Lady by Cathleen Schine is a very good read.

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  81. I am a follower! Happy birthday!

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  82. I recently read Up and Down by Terry Fallis

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  83. Hmmm, it's hard sometimes to recommend a book since everyone's preferences/tastes are different. I like forensic sciences, law, mystery, etc. I've recently read "The Wrong Man", "Defending Jacob" both of which were good reads.
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  84. I am happy to be a follower here! You can never have enough of Canadian blog fixes....especially quilt blogs!
    Thanks for a chance at the give-away.
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  85. I'm definitely a follower of Sew Sisters! Though I haven't been to their shop in Toronto, I always visit their booth at the Creative Festival! Love Sew Sisters!!!!
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  86. no good books to recommend, but I do enjoy a glass of Apothic Red

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  87. Have you read any of the Alexander McCall Smith books? I loved the Corduroy Mansions series.

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  88. I haven't read much lately but have you tried any of Lisa Genova - Left neglected or Still Alice? Interesting topics in story format.

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  89. I also follow Sew Sisters on bloglovin

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  90. I'm a fan of historical fiction. The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom - difficult, emotional, ultimately beautiful. Figures in Silk by Vanola Bennett, much lighter, pleasant. And a wine rec- my favorite is the Italian bubbly Proseco! Yum!

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  91. I'm a fan of historical fiction. The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom - difficult, emotional, ultimately beautiful. Figures in Silk by Vanola Bennett, much lighter, pleasant. And a wine rec- my favorite is the Italian bubbly Proseco! Yum!

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  92. My favourite at the moment is anything by Alexander McCall Smith :-)

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  93. Have you read 'Gone Girl' by Gillian Flynn??

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  94. LOVE Sew Sisters - my all-time favourite quilting store!

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  95. Am also a Sew Sisters blog follower...for ages now!

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  96. And am now a Quilt Matters follower...love finding new blogs!

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  97. book recommendation: Zen Under Fire: How I Found Peace in the Midst of War, by Marianne Elliott. Human rights lawyer telling her story about working in Afghanistan. great book.

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  98. i also follow Sew Sisters already!! Yay!!!

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  99. i also follow Sew Sisters already!! Yay!!!

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  100. book recommendation: Zen Under Fire: How I Found Peace in the Midst of War, by Marianne Elliott. Human rights lawyer telling her story about working in Afghanistan. great book.

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  101. The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister is a title I can highly recommend, M-R. A beautiful story. Not only are the characters well developed, but the descriptions of the food they learn to cook in their monthly cooking classes will leave your mouth watering. ;o)

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  102. I'm a happy follower!

    Seriously crushing on Scrumptious. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. Following Sew Sisters on Bloglovin'!

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  104. I am currently reading Debbie Macomber's Mid night sons series. Her Blossom street series is fun too. Very light reading though!

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  105. I love to sew, but never have enough time, what with work, family and more work because we have our own business. I have no time to read, either, so no books to recommend. My fav wine brand, one I go back to often is Dr Zen Zen They are all good, but my personal pick is the Spatlese as bit on the sweet side.

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  106. A lighter read would be Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson or a more heart wrenching one would be Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys (not the dirty popular book - this one's about a Lithuanian family sent to Siberia during WWII).

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  107. Sew Sister follower - great mail order service!

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  108. Well if you like red wine, I always enjoy either a Tempranillo or a nice Cab/Shiraz blend. As for books, I few I've recently enjoyed are Ghostman by Roger Hobbs, Devil in the White City by Erik Larson, and The Passage by Justin Cronin. Enjoy!

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  109. I love the sew sisters store for us in Canada, great place to order from.

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  110. Would hate to recommend a book that will take you away from quilting but the Outlander series by Diana Gabaladon will do that. Amazing reads... I'm a follower for sure of both the books and Sew Sisters....

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  111. I haven't read it yet, but I'm looking forward to reading Margaret Atwood's newest MaddAddam!
    I totally believe you are 29!

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  112. I would recommend any of Louise Penny’s books though am not sure if they are book club fodder. Still, a great read set in a Canadian location by a lovely Canadian writer.

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  113. I read all James Patterson's book. Love those mystery's. Thanks for sharing

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  114. I am your follower and Happy Birthday

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  115. I love Sew Sisters! Did you know that Judy and I are high school BFFs? True story! Anyway. Books. Our book club just read The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. Non-fiction but riveting. Highly recommended. We also read and loved Riel Nason's novel The Town That Drowned (delightful CanCon and by a quilter to boot). The Juliet Stories by Carrie Snyder (also Can Lit) made for some good discussion. Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese was very well-written and generally liked by the club.

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  116. I'm a follower of yours on Bloglovin' and my wine recommendation is a Viognier if you like white wine (Cono Sur from Chile makes a cheap 'n cheerful one) . For reds, I like a nice Cote du Rhone (pretend the accents are there).

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  117. ...and I follow Sew Sisters on fb and bloglovin and probably twitter too.

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  118. Sorry I can't help out with a book recommendation. Between work, gardening and quilting, I don't read very much in the summer. I can help out with a wine. I am always on the hunt for a $10 great wine. Try Sterling Vineyards Chardonnay. Yummy, peachy, cool and delicious.

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  119. And I follow your blog using Bloglovin.

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  120. The last book I read was the "The Book of Negros" It was good but heart wrenching! Don David wine right now is our current fav. Dont know if you can get it there or not. I like the Cab Sav.

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  121. I follow Sew Sisters on bloglovin

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  122. The last book I read was The Summons by John Grishom.

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  123. I'm now a follower of your blog!

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  124. I'm a follower of the Sew Sisters and love their online shop!

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  125. I'm not much of a book reader.. too many blogs to read!!! I love a good Riesling!

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  126. I'm a blog follower. Thanks so much for sharing

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  127. I am a sew sisters follower. love their fabric.

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  128. I love Robert Jordan's Wheel of time Series of books . there's about 14 in the series, I think and they are all huge. Guaranteed to take a few months to read thru all. Classic good vs evil in a science fiction type of mode. excellant reading. Thanks so much for sharing

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  129. Book recommendation-"The Book of Negroes". The best book I have read in....forever.
    As for wine? hmmm....a nice white, well chilled
    Claire
    c7lonergan@rogers.com

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  130. I follow you on Bloglovin'. (laura84watt)

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  131. I also follow Sew Sisters via Bloglovin'. Great shop I get there when I am in Toronto.

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  132. Book, I recommend the book thief, it s supposed to be a youth book, but powerful message makes it worth the read.
    Wine, well I usually hit up vintages and ind something interesting.

    Welcome to the birthdays that become anniversaries of another age. Like my 11th anniversary of my 29th birthday. :)

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  133. I really enjoyed The Birth House. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  134. Kristin Hannah's A Winter Garden is a fascinating book - modern family dynamics combined with Russian history. I found it hard to put down. http://www.amazon.com/Winter-Garden-Reading-Group-Gold/dp/1250042356
    Thanks for the chance to win this scrumptious fabric, and thanks for your blog!

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  135. I am following your delightful blog via bloglovin.

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  136. I follow Sew Sisters on Bloglovin. Thanks again!

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  137. I always recommend "Calculating God" or anything else by Robert Sawyer (He lives in Mississauga) if you have any interest in science fiction.

    Kelley Armstrong is another great local author. Her new book "omens" is the first of a new series.

    Sarah

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  138. I'm a new follower of your blog.

    Sarah

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  139. I follow sew sisters - it's how I found you!

    Sarah

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  140. If your into fantasy, try 'Stone Guardian' by Danielle Monsch.
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  141. I follow Sew Sisters. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  142. I hope my comment counts because I don't have any recommendations. I don't have time to read adult books anymore - the ones read in our household are more the Golden Book or Dr Seuss variety. Our current favorite book is "Because I'm Your Dad" by Ahmet Zappa.

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  143. I follow Sew Sisters Quilt Shop (GFC)

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  144. Book recommend: Our bookclub is reading The Innocence of Father Brown by G.K. Chesterton this month. Older but a classic! :)

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  145. I already follow you on BlogLovin'. (CraftyHourMom) Thanks for the chance!

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  146. I follow Sew Sisters on BlogLovin' too. (CraftyHourMom)

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  147. NORMAN DOIDGE, MD | THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF....an amazing book...

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  148. "Me Before You" by Jojo Moyes would be a great book club read! Best book I've read in 2013.

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  149. I think 'Guns, Germs and Steel: A short history of everybody for the last 13000 years' by Jared Diamond is a really interesting book, though getting quite old now.

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  150. I'm a follower too! And Happy Birthday x

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