Monday, September 23, 2013

Crazy About Wool Blog Hop!!

My name is Paulette and I have a problem….

I have been Wool Crazy for a few years now…ever since I was bitten by that crazy Wool Bug!  Man, I had it bad…when it came to wool, there was no stopping me!!  I wanted wool…I NEEDED wool…and of course the shops in my area didn’t carry any…so there was only one thing to do!!  Hit the Thrift Shops and started dyeing my own…P1070738

I started small…with pennies…

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…and pillows!

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Oh…and Mug Rugs!  (get your mug off that mat!!!:)

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I dabbled in wool Needle Felting…christmas sampler -erin

Yum…don’t you just LOVE wool!!  (NO, that’s not a question!)

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A wool penny even went across the ocean and is now living in England!  No, I didn’t send one to the Queen…but close!P1090406     Then my addiction progressed to QUILTS!!  Here’s Settler’s Pride…hanging in my family room!!  LOVE this quilt!P1140696

  And of course there is the Heart to Hand Autumn Quilt…P1190388

I could go on and on and on…but will leave you with a few UFO…man I have a ton of THESE!

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This one by Heart to Hand, just needs to be sewn together…I may have it finished by the time the snow flies…

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That is…if another wool project doesn’t sway me away…you know how it is when you have a…problem…

So let’s get to the good part…I am having a little WOOL give away.  I have this sweet little bundle of Woolie goodness PLUS a little woolie surprise…all you have to do is leave me a comment…and forgive me for being LATE with this post!  (I thought my post was due on TUESDAY!!)P1240385

Thank you so much, Denise from Pieced Brain Blog for being such a wonderful hostess!!  It was fun!

Now hurry over to all the other Wool Crazies and see what they have been doing!!  Here’s today’s list of Crazy About Wool Bloggers!

Monday, September 23

CJ Stitching and Blooms

Negligent Style

Sweet P…HEY, that’s ME!!

Reluctant Quilter

Racie Baby

Patchouli Moon Studio

The Raspberry Rabbits

NOW GO!!

Have fun!~P

161 comments:

  1. Love the wool and love your blog! Lots of pretty things you have worked on.

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  2. Just discovered your blog through this wool hop!!! Love it! :-)

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  3. Can't believe that you are so much like me. Wool is becoming a obsession now that I am also rug hooking. Love your bundle. I too have wool UFO's.

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  4. Love this wool hop. There is no such thing as having too much wool.

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  5. I follow your blog and I am always impressed with your projects - especially the wool. The autumn quilt is on my to-do list.

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  6. Beautiful wool projects! I love the chickens... and I made a quilt with woolies just for me. Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations!

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  7. I love wool too, can I be on your list???? Love all your pieces that you have done!!

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  8. I have only recently done some work with felted wool. I've finished a cute fall pillow (pumpkin with cat) and have a little table runner kit with snowmen that I haven't started yet. I love how forgiving it is to work with wool!

    linda Kay
    lksmith47@gmail.com

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  9. I learned of wool by reading your blog. I am not hooked!

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  10. All of your wool projects are so beautiful--I love wool!!

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  11. What beautiful projects, Paulette! You may not have sent one to the Queen but I do believe you ARE the Queen when it comes to wool!! Just love your work!:)

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  12. oooh...love those greens! I have a cup of coffee with you every morning, sometimes later in the day too :-)

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  13. WOW, your projects are amazing.. love the wall hangings

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  14. Love seeing your wool projects! Each one is so special...especially love the snowman peeking inside your quilt! You always inspire me!

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  15. Inspirational post Paulette. You definitely have me in love with wool now. And, how perfect a wool mug rug would be. Silly me, I hadn't thought of it before. Seems like the absolutely best material for a mug rug.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  16. I just started doing wool and I am in love with it. Your projects are awesome.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  17. Hey count me in on this draw please. Cottons or wool, you do beautiful work.

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  18. Love all the Heart to Hand projects - you have beautiful workmanship.

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  19. I love working with wool I'm starting a new project soon for Christmas, it has 12 different packages on cotton background, it should be fun working on these raining days here in Oregon..Sally

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  20. That's how it started for me too. A little project here, another project there...and now I'm totally addicted to working with wool! Thanks for the beautiful post full of lovely finished pieces!

    Ilene

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  21. Love all your projects! And of course would love to win the wool!

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  22. Your wool projects are gorgeous. Just picked up an 8 color bag of wool roving to do some needle felting. This blog hop is giving me inspiration.

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  23. Oh my! You really DO love wool, don't you? If I hadn't already been bitten by the bug, I would be by now after seeing all your wonderful projects :*) Great job!!!

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  24. They are all beautiful....I have a wool project on my wish list. Karen

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  25. Omg I've never worked with wool, but you got me excited!! My hubby will be cursing your name, but I'm loving the possibilities!!

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  26. Yes, I'm Wool Crazy too! Loved the tour of some of your projects. I've been so busy working on my projects that I haven't yet sent you pictures of my trip to Primitive Gatherings, but I will. I bought four kits and have two of them finished since they were for fall, and I didn't want to miss a season to enjoy them! Love the Crazy About Wool Blog Hop!

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  27. I too love to find and dye my own wool! Your quilts are great! And I totally understand the UFOs. I have them as well!

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  28. What an awesome giveaway P and I would love to win this sweet little bundle, thanks.

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  29. I just knew I could count on you Paulette to post LOTS of wooly goodness, along with your usual humor! I've been severely bitten by that woolie bug as well, and have loved every minute of it! Those green wools are just gorgeous.

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  30. I have never worked with wool and would love to give it a try! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. Where are your hooked rugs??? lol Beautiful work and I love wool. It is so easy to work with.

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  32. All your projects are gorgeous but I especially love the Heart to Hand Autumn Quilt, I may have to find that pattern. thanks

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  33. I am a quilter who has never worked with wool, but every time I see some wool creations I think that I must try it!
    I love the things you made.

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  36. I have that chicken table topper. Wool is so enjoyable to work with. I need to get those Heart to Hand quilt patterns,

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  37. I got bit by the wool bug a few years ago, too. Thank heaven I found Primitive Gatherings!! Love seeing your wool projects!

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  38. I got bit by the wool bug a few years ago, too. Thank heaven I found Primitive Gatherings!! Love seeing your wool projects!

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  39. I love working with wool and you can never have too much. The colors are beautiful.I also really enjoy reading your blog.

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  40. I do love all your beautiful wools and projects! Thanks for sharing Paulette!

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  41. So many gorgeous wool projects! You're right, it's very addictive!

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  42. Love your wool collection. Your wool work is beautiful. I am partial to all of your various snowpeople. Wool just makes such wonderful snow.

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  43. Oh how I missed this...I too love wool and am thankful my really good friend hand dyes wool- woop woop.
    I would love to be entered into your drawing and yes..you need to get that Heart to Hand winter one stitched together.

    How many days til you leave for So Cal?

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  44. Beautiful wool projects! I just bought the book, Wool Crazy and a Sue Spargo book so I am going to try a small project. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win.

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  45. Oh my, your woolie addiction is awesome! Such beautiful work you have done with all the lovely wool...I have always wanted to work with wool, but like you no local supply...never thought of the thrift shops...thank you for such a great giveaway.

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  46. Love your wool projects!! I have never worked with wool before but would like to try. I like the one with chickens on it. Is there a pattern for that? Thank you for sharing..

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  47. Wow! I just love all of your wool projects!!! How did you get into doing your own dying? Any tutes? :-)

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  48. I too caught the wool bug.....from you !

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  49. I've got the same disease - LOL! And I wouldn't change a thing! Loved seeing all your wooly projects - you do such beautiful work!

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  50. Love your wool snowman mug mats -- where did you get the pattern.

    Hope to win the wool, one can never have too much wool!

    Thanks!
    Dorothy in IL

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  51. I love working with wool--I have that Autumn quilt in my stash to start soon! I love seeing the finished products on your blog. You inspire me to keep going with mine!

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  52. I love working with wool too. I have the same predicament...the quilt stores in my area don't carry wool. I make a yearly trip to New Hampshire. Love that green wool bundle...would love to win it !!!

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  53. Would like to try wool, should make a warm quilt.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  54. Congrats on a great post Paulette, it is amazing to see some of the pieces you've made. More to come in the near future! Great green wool, thanks for a chance to win.

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  55. Love your varied wool projects! I also admire that stack of green woolies in your giveaway. Today I found a purple wool blazer I'm currently deconstructing in the process to felt it!!! More wool means more projects. Would be thrilled to win your giveway;thanks for the opportunity.
    budandmarsha(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. I'm with you Paulette! I have it all even rug hooking!

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  57. I love your fabulous wool projects - I've never worked with wool!!

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  58. I am beginning to work with wool and have purchased a couple of projects....would like to add the wool to my supply! Beautiful items!

    Gloria
    gyates625@bellsouth.net

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  59. Oh, I so agree...there is just something about wool! I wish I would have known about this blog hop...its right up my alley, maybe next time. Just love all your creations!

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  60. LOL, love your post! Your wool projects are absolutely beautiful. Thanks for making me chuckle and sharing your projects.

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  61. Your projects are beautiful. I too have been bitten by the wool bug. I just started my second project last night. Would love to add to my stash. Keepin my fingers crossed

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  62. I'm willing to be bit by the wool bug!

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  63. I love, love love wool. Can't seem to get, lurk in thrift stores to score a wool garment, gather patterns for projects made with wool. I have it bad. Sure would enjoy a woolie bundle. Thanks. Your posts alway make me smile.

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  64. Yes P you've been bitten by the Wool Bug! However, it's not fatal and you're surrounded by beautiful wooly quilts etc.
    I enjoyed all of your wool, some of which I have also. The same bug is at my home here in Wisconsin.

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  65. Some lovely woolly work there; I have to admit there is something about wool; it's what I prefer to knit with too.

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  66. I follow your blog and can't believe how much you get done. It makes me feel like a slacker. I love working with wool, no edges to worry about turning and soft and yummy to work on.

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  67. I love all the wool things you make. Do you have a good source for reasonably priced black wool that is big enough pieces to be backgrounds? Thanks for sharing your beautiful work!

    Cheery wave from
    Bev

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  68. Your wool projects are all so pretty! I've made a few, mostly from kits, but I need to find an economical way to build up my stash.

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  69. LOVE all of your woolie projects Paulette! You know I've been a big fan of yours for quite some time now!
    Esp. love those darling snowman mug mats ~ I agree ~ too cute to put a mug on!!
    Count me in and I hope to see you on Fri. can't wait, this is so much fun and I feel the same way that you do about WOOL ~ can't get enough!!

    Tanya

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  70. I love all your woolies they are awesome! Thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  71. Oh, my goodness! what fabulous wool projects you have made. I just love the Settlers Pride. Just gorgeous.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  72. Paulette! What a wonderful woolie display! Especially your little chicken penny rug with eggs in the border, ha! Lovely work!

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  73. Wow, I had never even considered going as big as a quilt with wool, let alone multiple quilts. I love the little snow men with the stars and embroidery. They are beautiful. Happy stitching :)

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  74. Love seeing your wool projects. I have a few that are still in the packages and should really start working on.

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  75. Great post and lots of fun projects that you have done with wool.

    Debbie

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  76. What a treat to find your blog via the Quilted Crow bloghop:-) You have a rich collection of colors and textures in your lovely work! Keep it up!
    Cathryn in Corvallis, Oregon

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  77. I love green! Maybe someday I'll progress beyond small projects again--my first ever quilt was all thrifted wool :)

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  78. I have never worked with wool before but your projects are very inspiring! I love your blog and so appreciate the time you take to share your quilty creativity with us!

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  79. Me too!!! Love wool, the look, the feel, the everything. I enjoy your Blog so very much. Look forward each day to see what you're doing and what you're saying. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!!
    Paula

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  80. Such a fun blog hop! And it is only day 1! love all of your projects :) Please enter me in your generous giveaway.
    Blessings, Patti

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  81. Your wool projects are incredible , love them all , thanks so much for sharing all that wooly goodness! Thanks for the chance at this wonderful giveaway.

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  82. You have some very nice pieces. Love your projects and thanks for having a give away. Working with wool is something new for me. I like it but wish it wasn't so expensive. I have a few pieces for my collection now and should have fun making a few projects.

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  83. Love all the beautiful wool projects. Thanks for the opportunity>

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  84. I really love your fall quilt and the snowman quilt! I would love it if you would do a tutorial about dying your own wool. Sure would love to win your give away!

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  85. From one wool crazy to another you just know that I'd love to win your wool goodies!

    Thanks for all the eye candy as well. I can just feel and smell the gorgeous aroma of the wool from here.

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  86. Oh, your wool creations are so sweet - love them all!!!! I too caught the woolie bug. Your dyed wool pieces are just beautiful.

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  87. I love your wool projects. I have just started working with wool. I am still doing my first penny. Thanks for sharing.

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  88. You have made so many beautiful things. I love those wall hangings. One nicer than the next.

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  89. Paulette, you KNOW you have another wool crazy person here lol and I really think that wool would love to come from the west coast to the east coast :) your wool projects always inspire me :)

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  90. Your projects are beautiful. I, too, have been bitten by the woolie bug. I have not done the projects you have, but I have dreams! Would love to win a bundle of wool!

    Take care,
    Emily

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  91. I have a quilt that needs those green wools, gorgous colors as are your wool projects. n

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  92. OMG!! You have made some beautiful wool projects... They must be breathtaking in real life!!! Wool is wonderful to work with but I have only made small projects. Thanks for sharing in the hop!

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  93. I am just discovering wool. So far I've bought a few pieces and still deciding what to make. Can't wait to learn to dye my own wool. It is too expensive otherwise!

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  94. Your Settlers Pride is stunning.
    I haven't ever used wool - visting the blog hop hoping to learn a little about wool. Thank you for sharing. That bundle of green looks yummy!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  95. Love all your wool projects...I need to dig out my wool and start a new project. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  96. I love reading your blog! I haven't caught the wool bug yet, but I think I'm about to - Because my quilting goal list for 2014 includes making a wool mini quilt for each month!

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  97. I can see I'm following in your footsteps. Been looking at Settler's Pride online. Hmmmm....
    Won't mention the MB kits in my wool drawer :)

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  98. I love the story of how you fell in love with wool. I am going to try my first wool project this fall.

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  99. We might be related !! I love the same "crafty" things that you do. Love the autumn piece on the table.

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  100. Love the wool and all the projects you shared.

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  101. I have just become a woolie--need to get a wool stash! Would love that stack.

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  102. OMGosh....I love all the wool quilts......but I need the name of the pattern that is the candle mat with the chickens.....I have a friend that just got a bunch of chickens and she is having a birthday coming up....I need to make this for her....

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  103. Lovely wool you have dyed as well as beautiful quilts yo have made. I would love to get a wool stash started. I have a book of designs but no wool yet. Thanks for only making me want wool more! :-) K-

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  104. Would love to work with this wool. I've never worked with wool --- but it's definitely a project that I would love to work on soon.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  105. Hi Paulette, Your Settler's Pride quilt is absolutely amazing, loving it totally. Your work is always beautiful, love reading all of your happenings.

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  106. Oh Paulette i lové wool juste for quilt , bécause i don't lové solos for shirt....lol...but now...i made tavern house and i need Green ...this are so Nice...
    Bravo !!! I see all your newsletters
    Nice day And kises from france

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  107. Oh wow lots of pretty projects! Love those snowman mats!

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  108. I thought I really loved wool, but I'm not as deeply in love with it as you are. ;) Your lovely projects are making me swoon. So happy to have found your blog today, via the blog hop. How clever of you to dye your own wool!!!

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  109. Gorgeous projects. Love your blog. Thanks so much for sharing

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  110. Love all of your projects - finished and UFOs!

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  111. I love your wool projects! Thanks for sharing!

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  112. Hello Paulette, I am glad I came back to discover your very very fantastic blog. WOW sooooooooooo many very gorgeous wool creations. My favorite is the "Snowy Days" and the "Chooks". love them. I am also very very addicted to working with wool and have been for many years.. Happy Autumn. Hugs Judy

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  113. You really know what you are doing..no dithering!! And dying the wool yourself, that is special. I would very much enjoy working with some of yours..thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win !!

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  114. I love all your wooly projects and like you I am addicted to wool. mmm I haven't made a wool quilt yet....I wonder....

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  115. I too have the wool bug! Need to start looking in the thrift shops. So expensive. How did you start to dye your own? What dyes do you use? And the quilts with wool...do you wash them in the washing machine like you would a regular quilt? Sorry for all the questions. With so many comments I understand if you do not have time to answer me.
    Thanks,
    Debbie

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  116. Hi Paulette! Yes, this woolie bug is a doozie! Love those soft wools! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Take care, Leslie

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  117. Love the winter wall hanging by Heart to Hand. I think that might get bumped in to be next on my list.

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  118. Have always loved your wool projects. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  119. I love your wool work, P. You make it look so fun and easy that I just want to get making something. Perhaps a candle mat to start. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  120. Drool, drool, drool. Loving this hop.

    Thanks for a chance at your great give away.

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  121. I am working on my first wool project... a fall table topper. Love working with wool and would love to win this wonderful little gift!
    Lisa
    from Georgia

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  122. I am just starting with wool applique and I am rapidly becoming addicted! Paulette do you remeber the designer of the chicken penny you showed in this post? I love chickens and would like to do a couple in a wool project. I am starting to build up a stash but don't have very much yet. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  123. Your quilt and fall quilt ufo is stunning!! I am not familiar with wool quilting, so now I am going to look into them.

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  124. Of course, you know I'd love to win. The wool is my absolute favourite colour and you would save postage!! All's good!

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  125. I LOVE WOOL! All the colors and textures! They never stop, like a kid in a candy store, that's me with wool! Thanks for sharing all your projects, they are all so wonderful!

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  126. I love working with wool. So many neat patterns. I love the Settlers pride pattern. I bought it a few years ago but never tried to make it. So pretty! Maybe it will be my winter project. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  127. WOW! Your wool projects are Woolonderful!!! Every piece is a true labor of love. Thank you sew much for participating in this woolie hop. Creative Bliss...

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  128. I love wool too. I love all your projects. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  129. I've recently caught the wool "bug." I'm loving wool applique. Just finished my first projects, three projects in a row. I applique when we travel. Can't wait to do the finishing work with my sewing machine so I can display the projects. Thanks for sharing photos of your projects!

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  130. Totally amazing and beautiful wool projects...thanks for sharing!

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  131. Wunderschön deine Sachen...echt klasse !

    LG Marion

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  132. Love the pictures of your quilts and love your blog.

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  133. Wool is the best! Thanks for inspiring us with your projects.

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  134. Love all your woolie projects! Ive only discovered the joys of working with wool and I am hooked! So many beautiful things!

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  135. So many cute things. I really like your snowmen. Thanks for a lovely giveaway too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  136. I too, love wool. The same "bug" has bitten me! I started with visiting thrift shops as well, but never attempted dyeing any wool myself - just felting the wool from old skirts, slacks, and jackets. Now it's easier to shop online and get some wonderful wool from great sources out there. Thanks for sharing on your blog and participating in the blog hop.

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  137. I think the wool bug has bitten many people....I have been doing wools for about 3 years and just love the look. Thanks for taking part in this blog hop.

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  138. What beautiful colors. I have been wanting to make something with wool maybe this will jump start me.

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  139. Love your wool projects. I fell in love with wool last year and am now trying rug hooking.

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  140. I love your blog! This wool hop is going to be very inspiring!

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  141. Love your blog and always enjoy all the wooly goodness you share. I have been wanting to dive into working with wool and share your love of it. This is a great blog hop.

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  142. You have some great wool projects. I have the chicken table topper but the teacher had us make it in felt - would like to do it again but use wool. I'm just starting to get into wool - love the look of it. Have a great day!

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  143. What a feast for the eyes. I love all your projects especially the chicken penny rug. I would love to go in the draw for the wool bundle. Thanks.
    valspierssews@gmail.com

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  144. I recently attended a quilt show and bought a wall hanging wool kit. Can't wait to get started with it. It could use some beautiful greens so I'd love to win this bundle! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  145. Your wool projects are all so different and very nice. I have not yet worked in wool. Maybe you can give me the little push I need.

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  146. I too am a wool lover & quilter and hope you keep your house locked or I would be soooo tempted to come borrow some of your wool projects. I promise I would put a note on them so when I die my family will know who to return them to.
    All of them are so beautiful, I want so many patterns but my budget says no so I will just have to drool over the pictures. Beautiful work on all of your projects.

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  147. Wow! Love your wool quilts. I have only done one and started a second. I am in awe of all your work.

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  148. Inspiring! And it's just about the perfect time to cozy up in my house and play with some wool. Cheers!

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  149. Love your blog and visit often. You have such great projects! I love playing with wool and I even have a throw I made from recycled wool sweaters that keeps me so warm.

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  150. Love all your work, would live o win and try it

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  151. I have been resisting the lure of wool, but if I win your giveaway I'll have to give it a go!! Thanks for the chance to win. Your blog always makes me smile.

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  152. Love wool and your projects are wonderful. Very iniring.

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  153. Youre getting me addicted to wool Paulette....not like I wasn't before but boy....your enthusiasm sure is catchy!!!!
    Love your finishes and unfinishes too.......can you see the drool dripping down the screen????
    sugary sweet woolly hugs
    Wendy :o) xo

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  156. Oh girl, oh girl, I would soooooo love to have that book---pretty please? :D I follow you faithfully, I want to be like you when I grow up, I adore wool, I lust and drool over your divine creations... :D

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  157. Paulette your projects are so cute! I just love the snowmen and your overall style is neat! Thanks for stopping by today.

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  158. Hey, don't know how I missed your give away--after all I do consider it all your fault that I love wool so much now! :)

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