Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The Rosedaisy Alphabet Giveaway!!


Jenny of Elefantz has designed the cutest set of
26 Rosedaisy Alphabet stitcheries! 


Each of the 26 stitcheries will fit inside a 5 inch square,
and feature blanket stitch applique plus
 simple backstitch and running stitch. 
You can frame them, feature them on gifts,
or even use all of the stitcheries in a quilt!


They are a set of beautiful stitcheries you will use again and again!!!!!



The giveaway is open worldwide.
·         Leave ONE comment only on this blog post, telling me which
‘rosedaisy’ alphabet letter you would stitch first and why.  
·         Make sure you leave an email or blog address so you can be 
                                   contacted if you win (otherwise a new winner will be drawn in your place).

There are four pdf pattern sets of Jenny’s “Rosedaisy Alphabet” to be won – one each at four different blogs. Visit all four blogs and leave your comment and you’ll have four chances to win!

If you can’t wait to see if you've won the giveaway,
you can purchase the full set now as a pdf download HERE in Jenny’s shop. 

The blogs are:

Jenny of Elefantz (of course!) 
And right here !!!

The four winners will be drawn on Wednesday 17th of March – St Patrick’s Day! 

Good luck everyone !!!!
Hugs n kisses

Barb :)



145 comments:

  1. You are so fortunate to be part of such a wonderful circle of friends. My letter of choice: "E".

    ecsokmay@yahoo.com

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  2. Oooh perhaps no 1 will be lucky...fingers crossed xxx
    So nice of the four friends to share! I would stitch the letter "K" but the rest of the alphabet would follow I'm sure. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  3. Hi Barb
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter this giveaway.. Nice blog... I will be back.. Love the letters jenny designed... my first letters to embroider would to be J & H for my two granddaughters from Canada.. Thanks again

    Flora @ flowergal1636@gmail.com

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  4. I would start with "V" as Violet is my youngest grand daughter's name and I know she would just love to have it framed on her dressing table.
    jharlond@yahoo.com

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  5. I love Jenny's work and have many of her patterns! She is soo sweet and uplifting. I would do the letter J for my Hubby and myself..Jim and Jan..we have been together 20 years now!! Thank you all for this wonderful giveaway!! <3

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  6. Hello Barbra! Thanks for helping Jenny with her giveaway and allowing us the chance to win such a sweet gift!
    I would choose an "S" for my best friend, Stella
    Amy
    junebug613@gmail.com
    girlrecycled.blogspot.com

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  7. This is fun - a multi-blog giveaway and we get to see 4 different blogs too. Great fun!
    We would choose the first letter of our name as a practice before we made some for our friends. B for Baa, H for Miss H, and K for the Mother.

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  8. How beautiful...all of your work! I think I would chose the letter E, for my name because I never make anything to keep and with this, I would have to. I love the bright colors, just brilliant. Thank you, Elaine
    echristian851@gmail.com

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  9. I would choose letter A because of my special Ashlyn. Thanks you giving me a chance to win.

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  10. Beautiful work,
    and your blog is beautiful, my first visit.
    I would start with the letter C for courtney my beautiful granddaughter
    email yorkshire@iprimus.com.au

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  11. Love the beautiful designs ! I would choose to do my letter G first for my name.

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  12. Such a beautiful giveaway. Thank you Jenny. I would start with "L" for a great grand daughter due in early June. I would do it in soft pink. Thanks Barb for helping Jenny with this wonderful giveaway..
    Sewlady67@sbcglobal.net

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  13. I would love to win! I would start with the letter "J." Love your blog! kensbw@hotmail.com

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  14. I would stitch A for my 4 month old granddaughter, Audrey.
    jshicks@hughes.net

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  15. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! gorgeous!!!! thanks for the chance!

    qltscrap at gmail dot com

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  16. I am a big fan of Jenny's. For me the letter J (it is also my grand daughter's initial)!

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  17. I love these, of course! I'd start with S, but I think I'd be tempted to do the entire alphabet and make a little wall hanging. Thanks for the chance to win a set! dezertsuz at gmail

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  18. Love this alphabet & I would make the "H" first for my precious daughter Haylee.

    Blessings

    Gail
    gcom31@msn.com

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  19. Oh Barb, Hi. Thanks for hosting part of Jenny's giveaway. I would try to make D first for myself, but as I am bad at sewing for my, I would end up making an R for a friend.

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  20. I would stitch the letter A first for my granddaughter Audrey! marykolb at charter dot net

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  21. This is the first time I have read your blog. Thanks for sharing your thought and ideas with us. Jenny's letters are so pretty. I would start with K for my oldest grandchild Kendra.

    Kim
    rrhody1@charter.net

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  22. I'm a huge fan of Jenny's wonderful work. I'd stitch M first - not for me but for my dear 64 year old friend Mavis

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  23. The alphabet is lovely. I would sew P first for my daughter Patricia.

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  24. Lovely idea.
    i would start with a P for my mother.

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  25. I would do the M for my granddaughter Macy! Love the designs. rladycase@msn.com

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  26. I had the pleasure of meeting Jenny at LGS and fell in love with these designs., I have two grand daughters Z for Ziva and P for Paige so they are the two that I would love to stitch first.

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  27. Hi Barb! What a beautiful blog you have featuring my favorite color - pink! You must have so much fun with Jenny. I fell like I know her after following her blog for so long. Best wishes to you from the USA!

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  28. I would stitch the letter K first and give it to my friend KT, my friend Karen, my daughter Korie, or I might keep it for myself.
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    Krista
    quiltingkoala(at)ymail(dot)com

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  29. What a lovely giveaway! I love Jenny's designs and would like the letter "E" so I can make a pretty just for me! Thanks!

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  30. Lovely alphabet, I would start with B for me.

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  31. I of course would stitch L first, just for me!

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  32. Just gorgeous - definitely "L" for my granddaughter Lulu. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. I love S it's so curvy. Thanks for the chance to win. I love you panels - just gorgeous. The S would blend with the paisley. Sandra P. dougsand102@bigpond.com

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  34. Such lovely designs. Truly a great alphabet. I would start with "A" for my daughter, and then make for gifts for my girlfriends.

    Mary
    mary.carlock@gmail.com

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  35. Hi Barbra. I would probably end up stitching quiet a few of them. What fabulous gifts these would make for my sisters and mom and my nieces and great nieces for birthday and Christmas gifts. I would do the c first for my sister Charlotte. As always Jenny's talent just blows me away. conn_and_vans_momatyahoodotcom

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  36. I'd start with 'R' for my eldest son.

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  37. Thank you for the chance to win one of Jenny's beautiful stitcheries. I'd start with "L" for my son's girlfriend. Then I'd have to do one for each of the 5 great ladies in my quilt bee. Thanks again. whysyourhatwet(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  38. S for sandi would have to be first...wish me luck

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  39. I'm going to be totally selfish with this and say that I would stitch a D first since it's the first letter of my first name.

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  40. What a beautiful alphabet. I would make the S for my granddaughter.

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  41. Love your alphabet. I would stitch the M for my granddaughter. She would love it framed for her bedroom wall!
    Nancy B

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  42. They are so cute. I would do the "C" first for my girlfriends 50th

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  43. Isn't Jenny Awesome - You all are very talented and enjoy seeing what you all work on. Thanks. I have only one Sibling - my Sister Randi - And this is her Birthday month ... So I would do the "R" first. Whew, that was a hard one. :) Thanks Lynn jnl4God @ Live dot com

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  44. Love these letters! I would do a M and then a K for my grandkids names.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  45. These are so lovely! I would start with b and e for my daughters!

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  46. Thank you for a sweet giveaway. I would do the letters J and S first for my lovely daughters.

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  47. Such a pretty giveaway...
    If I was lucky enough to win I would stitch A and then M for my two GGDs

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  48. When I saw the S in the blog post, I knew I'd start there. I think it would make a charming journal cover for me!

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  49. I would stitch L first so that I can have something pretty on my sewing room wall. Thanks for the chance. Linda

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  50. So adorable! I would stitch a 'Q' for quilting to display in my sewing studio.

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  51. What a precious work of art!! I would begin with the letter R, what fun to have!

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  52. I love everything Jenny designs. I would stitch up the G for Gabriella, my 2 year old GD and make her a doll quilt for her babies. (A keepsake) Bobbie

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  53. I would stitch M for my MIL. Her birthday is at the end of the month. Thank you ladies for this awesome giveaway!

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  54. Jenny's new alphabet is just gorgeous. I'd love to make one for one of my swap partners so I'll have to keep which initial I'd use first a secret! Thanks for the lovely giveaway, Barb.

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  55. I would love to start with the letter K. Just for my sister

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  56. Such beautiful alphabet stitcheries. Love Jenny's designs. The first would be the initial "L" for my Mom's upcoming birthday.

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  57. Love Jen's patterns
    I would stitch the L first for my daughters

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  58. Love these letters! I would do a L, my daughter's and grandaughter's initial

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  59. I would start with B for my granddaughter Beth

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  60. I would make a letter S, the first letter of my last name!

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  61. Differently C for Grand daughter Chloe!

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  62. Can't wait to start stitching this alphabet starting with A for Angela of course....

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  63. Beautiful alphabet, it would be so much fun to stitche.

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  64. I would love to stitch my initial W for Wendy. Thanks!

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  65. I'm hoping it will be me starting off with the letter "F" for a dear friend, Fern.
    cottage_hill@sympatico.ca

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  66. The letter I would use first is M for mum. She needs a pick me up and I would put it on a night dress I will be making. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  67. Love the alphabet and would have to be M for my grandaughter.

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  68. I would stitch the letter T first because I would make it as a gift for my secret pal.Thanks for the chance to win.

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  69. Será o "L", de Laura, minha neta que chegará no final do mês!
    bjssss, Eva
    ekastecki@hotmail.com

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  70. My first letter would have to be B for my beautiful daughter Becky. I would love the opportunity to win, especially as you are drawing it on our National Saints Day. We have a long weekend here in Ireland this weekend because st. Patricks Day is on Monday. Thanks for all you do and share. annrsheehan@gmail.com

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  71. Also Monday is the 17th March and not Wednesday!!

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  72. I love these and would like to have them. I would make an A for my two granddaughters.
    Rassaid@yahoo.com

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  73. Firstly I would use the letters "K" and "R" for each of my beautiful daughters, then I would go onto the letters "C" and "V" for my two nearest and dearest friends...
    healy-kaylee@marubeni.com

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  74. Barb, I love this alphabet!! I would pick the letter G for my daughter Grace. It was through her I found my way back to God and received his love and forgiveness. Thank you. Cindy (scgiL2@aol.com)

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  75. Barbara, my first letter to embroider would be a B for my daughter. Then an S for 'us' and then move on to make some for other relatives and friends. Just too fabulous those letters not to create for friends. What a wonderful gift they will make. Anne in Colorado

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  76. Probably B and K to make a wallhanging for our tiny motorhome.

    Katherine. Katzber@yahoo.com.

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  77. The most lovely yet of Jenny's patterns! Thanks for helping her out, Barb. I'd start with the letter M, the initial of our family name. Email address in my profile.

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  78. I would start with M because that is what our name starts with juditupp at yahoo dot com

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  79. Beautiful! I would start with the L -- for a special little girl who is the only girl in my friends set of quadruplets!

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  80. It's so wonderful to have so generous people in the world. I want to eventually do all the letters. I would most likely do C for my BFF Carol. She has been there for me through thick and thin. I'd be lost if I didn't have her to sound off to and to just be there. I'd do the same for her no matter the cost. Thanks for the giveaway. katztoo1 at frontier dot com

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  81. Hi!!!! I would do an A first!!!! I haven't made anything for my newest grand daughter yet!!!! I really have to get some done for her!!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

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  82. I would start with the letter "A" just because it is the beginning of the alphabet. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Janet

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  83. My precious granddaughteer is 1 & today is her birthday!! Her name is Evelyn
    My first letter I want to stitch is E!

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  84. Christmas ornaments for grands. I will start with E for Ethan and Emma.

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  85. Beautiful! I would start with A for my name and use it on a pouch for my Ipad.

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  86. Thank you for the chance to win. Seems like this would be pretty for Easter, so was thinking "J" for Jesus.
    mcdowallrc@gmail.com

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  87. I would do the M as our spare room (which has just been repainted) is called the M-room. It is used mainly by my mum whose name is Margaret, my daughter whose name is Megan and m for mum (when my mother in law stays). Love it!
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  88. I would start embroidering an H. It is the first letter of my name.

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  89. Thanks for the opportunity of a giveaway!!! I would start th alphabet with "A" for Annette...

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  90. They are beautiful! I would start with C for me and E for my daughter Emmeline!

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  91. This is a lovely alphabet design from Jenny. I would choose S for my granddaughter Sarah to start with.

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  92. mOm (createon@roadrunner.com)March 14, 2014 at 4:19 AM

    Barb, well I followed the yellow brick road to win the wonderful letter blocks, but couldn't hook to Wendy's comment site :( So I am out of the drawing.:( The letters are beautiful!!! And the first letter I will do is the letter "O" for my front door.

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  93. No sweet little Granddaughters here (yet) so I would make an R for my craft room.

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  94. I'd have to go with "P" first, and then follow with the rest of the last names of family. These would make wonderful gifts. Thank you for the opportunity to win! stargatefan 54 @ comcast dot net

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  95. I love this alphabet! My first letter would be an L for my daughter's initial.

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  96. I would sew E for my daughter who is awesome and has an inward strength that not many people have she is a mother of 2 autistic boys who are a real handful but she has the patience of Jove..

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  97. Thank you, Barbra, for giving us another chance to win. I really admire Jenny and everything she does. I would stitch the letter "K" first for my sweet friend Karen.

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  98. My letter to create in the Rose Daisy letters would be "A" for my Adorable Aidan! She is ten now and a notebook cover would be ideal I'm thinking!
    Kathy

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  99. I would do them all starting with a. Thanks,
    Barbara email bleonard02@tampabay.rr.com

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  100. My letter would be A for my granddaughter Amelia. She turned 3 on Wednesday.
    Thanks! I have followed Jenny's blog for a while now and love her designs and her inspiration.
    Verna
    rvsherw@nb.sympatico.ca

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  101. You have a lovely site.
    I would choose the letter "E" for my youngest granddaughter and make it into a birth block.

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  102. Thanks for helping Jenny with this wonderful give-away. Her rose daisy alphabet is gorgeous. I'd love to start with the J for my fantastic daughter.
    calamityjr@sbcglobal.net

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  103. I'm sure all 26 are fabulous. I would choose "S", for my daughter Sarah.
    jmessenger56@cox.net

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  104. Thanks for participating in this giveaway. The letters are all so lovely. I'd start with an "S" since it is my initial, then I'd do the "C" next for my cousin Cindy.

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  105. I'd probably stitch W first, something for me for a change! I'd also do an S for my mum and N for my MIL.

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  106. I would stitch the E first for our family last name. thank you for a chance to win the alphabet.
    requilt (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  107. Love the designs. They are so fresh. I would start with a B as that is the first initial of my name. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  108. How wonderful! Such a different take on the old boring embroidery - I mean, who still uses tableclothes and doilys!? Thanks for the chance to win so I can start making the letters - will start with the P first 'cause of my name. (hendrick.pj@tds.net)

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  109. Olá, gostaria muito mesmo de ganhar, pois seu trabalho é maravilhoso. A letra que bordaria seria o R, porque as três pessoas mais importantes da minha vida são meu marido Ricardo e meus filhos Rodrigo e Rafaella. Obrigada pela oportunidade Deus te abençoe.
    Lílian Costa Machado
    liliancostamachado@gmail.com
    São Paulo - Brasil.

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  110. I'd love to do the H for my lovely daughter, Honore. And I love the bright colors! Elizabeth. elizakzoo@gmail.com

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  111. I love your blog, I am now a follower, thanks to Jenny of Elefantz. Thanks for the chance to win these great letters.

    Blessings,
    Jodi

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  112. the letter C which begins my name would be the first letter I would make. thanks for a chance.

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  113. Me encantaría poder bordar este hermoso alfabeto, comenzaría por la letra F de familia. Felicidades por sus hermosos trabajos. Que Dios la bendiga a usted y a su familia. Rosa María. rcoronadovice@yahoo.es

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  114. Love this tiny alphabet! I'd start at the top with the letter A. :)

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  115. I would start with the letter A as it is the first letter of my daughter's name.

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  116. Hi Barbra,
    Thank you so much for the chance to win one of Jenny's patterns. I would start with the letter R as its the first letter of my name and also the first letter of my 1 1/2 year old granddaughters name Ruth. It would look beautiful hanging in her room.
    Rebecca Miller
    rebeccamillerdesigns@yahoo.com.au

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  117. I really enjoyed reading your blog thanks to Jenny for sending us to you. I would like to do the letter "J" first for my petal of a granddaughter Jorja.Shirley N.Z. brandy.1@xtra.co.nz

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  118. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity to enter this give away. I would love to stitch, L for Lily or C for Chloe, or R for Riana. These are my wonderful Granddaughters.
    Elaine

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  119. Sorry I had to delete my first comment. I would stitch C, L, and R because these are my initials. It is a lovely design as are all of Jenny's designs. And now I have a new blog to follow, Cotton Compulsions! My e-mail address is bridgetsmom@q.com.

    Cynthia

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  120. I would do A, R, K, M, S, J, E, B, C,R, and B. For my grandchildren and great grandchild. These are just the cutest Letter's I have seen in along time. Love the fabrics used also. My email is artandsoul57@gmail.com and my blog is www.heartandsoulquilts.blogspot.com

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  121. I would stitch the letter "A" for my name. lovely alphabet thanks for the chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  122. I would stitch one for each of my granddaughters. So I would start with T for the oldest, Trista, then do 2 K's for the next two, Kelsy & Kylie, then do an A for Alyse and finally I'd stitch an S for Shasta. I'm a lucky grandma!

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  123. Ooo these look fab! I would have to choose an L to start with for myself. However, my cousin is expecting and when their baby arrives it would make a great gift. I would have to wait to see what the name is though. hehe
    My contact details are in my blog profile.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  124. These look so beautiful I especially love the red and green. I would stitch "J " for Janet, first and give it to my Mother for her 90th birthday in June. I am sure she would love it. :)

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  125. Love, love, love these patterns. I plan on stitching letter B for Beverlie and A for Annabelle, my granddaughters.

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  126. T would be my choice for Tamia. I made a pledge at the beginning of the year to deliver 5 random acts of kindness and this would be perfect for one of the recipients - Tamia xx

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  127. Grazie per il giveway! Prima lettera S per la piccola Sophie!
    Mio indirizzo mail: marina.genovesi@alice.it

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  128. I would make a wall hanging L O V E for our bedroom. I love making things for the home, but tend to make things for others.

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  129. These designs are so beautiful. I would do the H for my last name
    phollemon@ec.rr.com
    Pam

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  130. Beautiful alphabet - I would make the A first - for my name.

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  131. Thank you for the chance to win this lovely desgn. My first letter would be M, for my daughter and also for my best friend. gai dot butler @ internode dot on dot net

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  132. Lovely! I will pick the letter B for my first initial. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. I would have to do two for my daughters, so it would have to be R or D. Thanks for the chance.

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  134. I'd start with the L and frame it up for my sewing room wall. Then I'd get started on Christmas gifts. Thanks for the contest

    lynnb949@gmail.com

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  135. Thank you the chance to win this beautiful alphabet!
    I would first stitch the letter M for my sweet granddaughter Mia Mae
    LfsAlot @ gmail dot com

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  136. I would do four letters, L, O, V, and E to make a pillow with!

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  137. I have 7 grandchildren so I would start at the letter D for Della my first granddaughter.
    The letters make me smile.
    Noreen
    kiddkan16841@yahoo.com

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  138. Sweet, sweet alphabet! Love it! I would probably start with the letter "E" for my granddaughter who lives way to far away. I know she would love this. Thanks for the opportunity to win these! I know I won't be stopping with just one - lots of gift ideas here! Thanks!! sparklymaws@yahoo.com

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  139. I'd start with H since my name is Heather! Sixmantzs@sbcglobal.net

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  140. Love these! So girly and fun!

    I'd start with the letter "S" for my baby granddaughter Scarlett!

    Gina S.
    Catsrawesome@hotmail.com

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