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Friday, October 1, 2010

Fall into Fall Giveaway

Wow, I cannot believe it is October already!  To celebrate fall and all it's cool and colorful goodness, we're joining the Fall into Fall Quilt Bloggers Giveaways.


We're giving away a printed copy of either our Isabella or Jane bag, your choice!  But with every new pattern, one needs some fabric to make it with, so in addition, we've got five fat quarters {each pattern has a Jelly Roll and a fat quarter version}.


You get to choose between Swanky by Chez Moi for Moda or The Winding Way by Jennifer Chiaverini for Red Rooster Fabrics.  To enter simply leave a comment on this post telling us one of the best places you've seen fall leaves, here's mine:

Driving with Josiah through the Adirondack mountains on Route 28 through Old Forge, then turning north towards Saranac Lake.  I will never forget the first few times I saw fall leaves in the Adirondacks!

You have until October 15th to enter.  And do forget to stop by and enter all of the other giveaways at the Fall into Fall Giveaway Blog.

263 comments:

  1. It may sound like I'm cheating, but my own yard has some of the most beautiful fall colors, thanks to the 100+ year old maple trees living there. Though I don't like raking them all up once they're off the trees, it's a treat to live under them. Thanks for a chance to win! I would love to make the Isabella bag in Swanky.

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  2. The best place to see the fall leaves around here is in upper Michigan. My mom and dad had a place up north and it was so beautiful in the fall!

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  3. ooh ooh, i want to win! my most recent and favorite so far this year has been seeing just the top leaves on my grams japanese maple tree turn orange- it was like they'd been hit by a bucket of paint or something. very cool.

    p.s. great blog! thanks for your comment on my treasury thursday post!

    wren

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  4. Several years ago my (then) fiance and I went to the Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia. It was early October and the leaves along the Blue Ridge Mountains we absolutely fabulous.
    Thanks for such an nice giveaway and the opportunity to win!

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  5. At the top of my street is a park that is part of a very large conservation area. We take our dog for a walk there and I love to kick the leaves. I love the Winding Way fabrics with the Isabella bag.

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  6. What a generous giveaway...please count me in :o)...I love the name of your pattern..as Jane is my first name and Isabella was my grandmother's name!

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  7. Jane in Swanky would be my choices. It was fun deciding which would be a dream to win. Thank you!

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  8. I live in Provo, Ut and we love watching the mountains change color in the fall!! Sometimes it looks like the mountains are on fire :)

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  9. Central Missouri will have some beautiful leaves in a week or two!!!

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  10. What a fabulous giveaway. The best place I have ever seen fall leaves was when I visited my BFF who lives in NE Ohio. The leaves looked like they were absolutely on fire. Very beautiful for this Florida girl who never sees seasons change.

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  11. Ooh, I love this - LEAVES, and their abundance during Fall.

    The best place I've EVER seen or experienced leaves is back home which is Olean, New York (60 miles south of Buffalo). We used to make leave forts, stuff jeans and T-shirts to make Leaf Men, and then we used to make heaping piles of leaves so we could make LEAF ANGELS.

    If I "HAD" to make a choice, I guess (although it is hard) I'd choose Isabella with The Winding Way.....scrumptious bag!!!!

    Happy Fall.

    Ah, what grand memories...thank you for that.

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  12. I live in Northern Australia and we only have one season. I traveled South one year to bright in Victoria and saw the most beautiful Autumn colours lining the creeks, streets and gardens. The hues were so deep and rich and the air so crisp. It was like being a child again.

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  13. Isabella and Winding ways would be my choice if I would be the lucky winner. I think we have some pretty nice fall colors here in Mid-Missouri most Falls.

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  14. my best place was years ago during a trip to Halifax, I never forget the red leaves all along the road
    I choose the swanky fabrics

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  15. My favorite spot is Mabry Mills, Va. It is so picturesque

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  16. i forgot to say I like Swanky!!

    http://www.jayteespatchworkplace.blogspot.com

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  17. I have seen the very best fall leaf colors along the north shore of Lake Superior! There are so many great hiking trails and lookouts where you can see miles of red and orange trees next to the blue of the lake! Great place to go in the fall.

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  18. The coolest leaf memory I have is in front of my in-laws house in NC. I actually saw the colorful leaves swirling around like a mini tornado. I was amazed. It was wonderful.

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  19. Star Valley Wyomming has some of the most beautiful aspen trees I've ever seen. And in the fall the whole place is a blaze in yellow. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

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  20. Admittedly I haven't done a lot of traveling in the Fall but driving through Couer d'Alene, ID, is very pretty as well as the Snoqualmie Pass in WA.

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  21. Hands down, the best place for fall leaves is the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania!

    I would pick the Isabella handbag because my granddaughter has the same name!

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  22. The best place for fall leaves is KY . All I have to do is sit on the porch and there they are. I love the winding way fabric.
    kaspencer50@yahoo.com

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  23. Every day driving home from work was the best view in the world. I lived in the country and the farmer that opened the area 100 years ago planted Maples on both sides of the road.
    quiltsampler.blogspot.com

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  24. My favorite place to see fall leaves is at my grandparents home. They live out on a ridge and the leaves are just beautiful this time of year. Would love to win!

    emilliepeters(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  25. The best leaves are the ones in Helen, Georgia. So full of color!

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  26. Got to be a tie between the Great Smokey Mountains and northwestern Ontario on Lake Superior (I see someone else said this, too). Love the fall foliage! Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway

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  27. Columbus, MS wins hands down for fall leaves. The sleepy little Southern town takes tops for spring flowers, also. I had the pleasure of spending 4 wonderful years in the area. It was divine.

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  28. Hi I would choose the Jane bag with The Winding way fabrics. :-)
    I live in Australia, and one year in Autumn we visited a city in western New South Wales, called Orange (where they grow beautiful apples and pears). The trees were so beautiful, so many different colours. I have never forgotten how lovely they were.
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  29. I live in Nova Scotia, Canada. Fall is glorious here. A beautiful place to live. (rpshand@ns.sympatico.ca)

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  30. I live in Arkansas and my husband and I always go up to Petit Jean Mountain for camping and hiking every fall! Can't beat the colors there! Love it!

    Thanks

    susansisney@hotmail.com

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  31. Banff, Alberta...spectacular!! Thanks for the chance to win your GA!!
    Paulette

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  32. I haven't been around any places other than my home state to see the leaves. I love the mountain colors here in Idaho!

    Thanks!
    Bailey_Burwell05@hotmail.com

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  33. Definitely the north shore of Lake Superior. Gorgeous in the fall.

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  34. Found you through Cloth Diaper bloggers and LOVE your blog!!

    You have to have heard the whole "Boston in the Fall...OOH Boston in the Fall." I spent a semester at Gordon College in Wenham, MA. Fall semester. I have no words. It's breath taking and amazing.

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  35. Driving through northern Ontario with my husband seeing all the beautiful changing leaves of the forest.

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  36. we don't have Fall here :( so the only thing we could see and admire are the Fall photos!
    Thanks for the chance
    fsarah09 at gmail dot com

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  37. When I was 15 years old I traveled to New York with my mom from Nevada on Grey Hound bus.

    I had only been on the west coast up till then. We live in the desert, we see some fall colors but not many.

    We traveled through Pennsylvania on the trip back, I can not recall what part we were in. All I remember is seeing the largest trees, I had ever seen that were orange yellow and red. I sat staring out the bus window in awe of so much gorgeous color!

    That was the best trip of my life.

    My daughter LOVES bags and purses. This is wonderful giveaway:)


    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

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  38. Two places I recall...
    I friend of mine's backyard in Santa Rosa, CA.
    the other one, is closer to me: Coole Park, in county Galway, Ireland
    thanks for the chance to win

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  39. The best autumn leaves were in my old high school, where there were Japanese maple trees. the leaves turned the most wonder shades of yellow, orange, rust and brown and littered part of the playground.

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  40. No Fall leaves around here so the best places I've seen have been in my mind's eye: memories!

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  41. Hi,

    What lovely fabrics and cute bags, I would love to have either one.

    As for the answer to your question. I would have to say in the forest preserves where I walk the dog. There are so many wonderful paths and trails that they never seem boring. Nothing better than a walk through mother nature in the fall.

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  42. Anywhere in New Enlgand is gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Micki

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  43. Thanks for the chance to win. The best fall leaves have to be all along the St. John River Valley in New Brunswick, Canada. Every colour and lots of red!

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  44. About 10 years ago we went to New Hampshire to see the foliage..it was breathtaking for sure. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  45. We simply love the turning of leaves in Glenwood Canyon.

    The Isabella bag and winding way combination are yummy.

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  46. Great giveaway! Please enter my name in the drawing. Best place I've seen beautiful leaves is Elmhurst, IL.

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  47. The best place to see the fall leaves around here is a forest I can see from my wineyard.It has all the colours in the world except blue, but there is allways the sky above!

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  48. Yes, the mountains are definitely best. I enjoy the PA Turnpike headed East out of Ohio. Thanks for the chance!

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  49. Here in NW Ontario, we have gorgeous autumns. SO, basically going for a walk...or a drive...anywhere here is my favourite.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  50. What great bags!!
    Bearing in mind I'm in the UK the best place for Autumn colour is Westonbirt Arboretum (google it!!)
    It's about 12 miles from me
    Gill

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  51. The most beautiful fall leaves I've ever seen were in Germany. It was just stunning and I'll never forget it!

    Thanks for a chance to win your wonderful prizes!

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  52. Dirt roads miandering through the Valley where I was born in northern Maine have some of the prettiest views. I've never seen fall near mountains, but it must be spectacular.

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  53. My favorite place to see fall colors is over the river and through the woods in Winchester, IN! I know that sounds corny but it is true. We live out in the country in Winchester and when you come from town you have to cross the river and go through the woods to get to our house! The colors are fabulous! If you don't count this year. It has been very hot and dry here!
    I would love to make the Jane purse out of swanky!
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  54. Talihina Drive through the Kiamichi Wilderness from about Mena, Arkansas to Talihina, Oklahoma. The color there is beyond belief. I have been twice, once when I was 6 yrs. old and then once as an adult and was not disappointed either time. I like the Winding Way. Both bundles are beautiful fabric.

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  55. The best place I have ever seen the fall leaves was on a visit to my brother-in-laws. We went just outside of Cleavland OH to a place called Squire Castle. Absolutely Breathtaking!!

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  56. The best place we've seen fall leaves... at the bank of the Neckar river, in Tübingen, Germany.
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!
    :)

    sistersandstitches@gmail.com

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  57. My favorite spot to view the leaves is driving Rt. 17 from Middletown, NY to my hometown ofEndicott, NY. The Catskill Mts. are a riot of color!

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  58. The best leaves are in my own neighborhood :).

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  59. I love to drive throughout the Rocky Mountains, especially in the Arkansas Valley and see the golden aspen....simply glorious!

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  60. I grew up in upstate SC, and the leaves along the Blue Ridge Parkway, just an hour away from my hometown, are the most beautiful! In fact, I got married on Oct. 12th and honeymooned in the Blue Ridge during the peak weekend for fall color - gorgeous!

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  61. Along the road between Banff and Jasper, Alberta. Just gorgeous!!! Thanks for the fun giveaway! Glad I've found your blog :-)

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  62. We went to Ottawa, ON and went water rafting on the Ottawa River. The leaves had already started to change and it was beautiful between the contrast in the colour of the water and the leaves. What a great idea for the contest. Love reading other great places to go and check out.

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  63. My fave place for fall leaves is at my family's place in S. Ontario. Beautiful! I have many pictures to remind me of these lovely scenes since I now live in Alberta - not so many pretty colours, just yellows and browns. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Heather

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  64. Ooh! I like the Jane pattern and The winding ways fabrics! Thanks

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  65. Letchworth State Park in NYS. I love taking a ride there every year.

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  66. The best place I've seen fall leaves this year is actually on the big dogwood tree in our front yard. My daughters and I sit under the tree many afternoons waiting for their dad to arrive home from work on his bike. My youngest is only 3 months old so she is often found on her back snuggled into one of her favorite blankets staring at the leaves blowing in the wind while her 18-month-old sister tromps through the grass.

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  67. Swanky by Chez Moi one of my faves!!! Favorite place for leaves was in WI where I am originally from. In a small town called Kenosha!

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  68. What a lovely site. My most memorable autumn leaf memory was in Canberra (Australia) after not seeing and mass of Autumn leaves for 20 years. Now, its my own back yard. as to choosing between Isabella or Jane. I can't.

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  69. Iowa leaves in the Fall - especially along the Mississippi River!
    Thank you for participating in the "Fall into Fall Giveaway"! Not only does it give us the chance to win some pretty great prizes, but we also get to meet some amazing people! Thanks again and take care - Elizabeth

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  70. The best place I ever saw the leaves was in British Columbia, Canada. As I drove through there, I kept wishing I was on a motorcycle. One day I will cycle through that beautiful country!

    Thanks for the chance!

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  71. The best place for fall leaves ...
    A couple years ago I was traveling in Scotland in November. I was lucky and fall was kinda late so even it was already November the trees had not lost all their leaves yet ... they were there beautifully colored! It was AMAZING!
    One morning I saw some very beautiful leaves with a little bit of frost (ice) on them. The leaves were a dark shade of red or burgundy. I looked unbelieveable with the white ice! I even took photos! :-)

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway! And if you want to come by my blog and enter my giveaway, too ... you could win some custom-made buttons ...
    Have a lovely Sunday!
    ulli-xox[at]web[dot]de

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  72. My favorite fall leaves vista is in the mountains near Denver, where my son lives. It's those beautiful aspen trees. But my own home town is no slouch either.

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  73. Great give away! Thank you.
    connysquilts@live.nl

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  74. My favorite fall leaves spot is when I drive my husband to work. On the highway, there's a particularly beautiful spot in Michigan over a bridge where the trees just fill your vision, all different colors of leaves. It's so pretty!

    LauraL444 at yahoo dot com

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  75. Oh, for me that is easy, the drive from our cabin to Aspen has the most wonderful huge Aspen forest and when the leaves turn, it is a sea of Gold, simply breathtaking.

    I love this giveaway!! Thanks for the chance. So nice to meet you.

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  76. The leaves in the mountains by Park City, Utah are beautiful!

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  77. I would love to win the Isabella pattern with the winding way fabric, but I really like both of them..

    best place I have seen fall color is in Brown county Indiana, near Brownstown.. We had lived in Indy and would take trips in the fall just to see the leave change colors. Now I live in Florida and alas no pretty changing of colors by the trees... just green

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  78. Lovely gifties! Hope I can be lucky enough to win one!
    We live out in the country, here in southeastern VA, looking across the cotton fields we have woods. So lovely to walk and look along the trees at woods edge. Our drive into the nearest towns are just breathtaking at times. We also love to go to the mts of western VA along the Blue Ridge to see Fall Foliage.
    Thanks for a wonderful giveaway,
    Lola

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  79. The leaves are just starting to change here so I haven't really seen too many yet. We are planning a leaf watching trip soon!

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  80. I live in coastal California, where most things stay green year-round and there isn't much excitement in the fall. So the best Fall colors I have seen were in Michigan in October, with that lovely crisp feeling in the air and all the leaves turning and dropping, it was beautiful!

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  81. I am from Wisconsin... it is lovely everywhere here in the fall! Endless colors. My favorite drive is through the "Kettles" which is a state forest. I would LOVE to win The Winding Way/Jane grouping! And I love the emblem... two westies! I happen to have two westies, Dixie and Buster :o)

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  82. last fall hubby and i were motorcycle riding up through northwest arkansas and the leaves there are so beautiful! the moutnains are wonderful and they really showcase all the fall colors! thanks for a great giveaway!

    tracy dawson
    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  83. My hubby is a wood turner and 3 years ago we did an art show in Gatlinburg, TN the end of October. When we were leaving and traveling the road that ran around the edge of the mountain, I could have cried. The colors were so beautiful!! And my camera was packed away!

    You have an awesome giveaway and I hope I win!

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  84. The best fall leaves I've ever seen are at Kiyomizu Temple in Japan. Mountainsides full of unbelievably vivid, beautiful maples. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. I love the drive up Lake Winnepausakee in New Hampshire. All along the way on both sides are absolutely beautiful fall foliage.

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  86. At my mother's house in Maine her whole property is covered in pine trees, but just at the edge of the water there's one amazing tree that turns bright red in the fall. Definitely my favorite fall leaves.

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  87. I visited my little sister, who lives in Virginia, and saw the prettiest colors I've ever seen! Living in the Pacific Northwest has made me appreciate the colors and the smells of Fall :).
    I really love the Isabella purse and The Winding Way fabric.
    kokadoodle3@yahoo.com

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  88. Highpoint State Park, NJ. It is the highest point in NJ and the view is incredible, It's a 360 degree view of fall colors and you can see 3 states at once, NJ, PA and NY.

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  89. Has to be when we were driving from the UK to live here in France. As we got close to where we now live the colours of the trees were so beautiful and we knew we had made the right decision. I am now a follower.

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  90. There are beautiful fall leaves in Brown County Indiana...fabulous vistas. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  91. Traveling through NC and Eastern TN during the 3rd week of Oct is breath taking as the colors are at their best.

    marie in oregon
    mariebeers@hotmail.com

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  92. Beautiful bags and fabrics!
    The best fall leaves were found in my parent's yard a few years ago (they have since moved). They had a great maple tree that turned fluorescent yellow in the fall.

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  93. Driving through Missouri, west on Rt 44 between St Louis and St Robert.... once you get past the big city, there are lots of rolling hills with nothing but trees, and in the fall it is just GORGEOUS!

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  94. New York state's finger lakes region is the best place I've seen fall foliage. Thanks!

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  95. best foliage ... Maine - any where in the state. I miss it. Winning the pattern and fabric would make me feel better.

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  96. What a fabulous giveaway. The most amazing fall leaves I ever saw were in Ontario, Canada. Please enter my name, thank you.

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  97. Best place to see the fall colors is my front yard. I have a maple tree that turns a beautiful red with hints of orange. Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  98. Right along Route 66 in Williams, AZ last year. We live in Tucson which doesn't get much in the way of Fall leaves and we went up to Williams to a friend's cabin and it was like we were a million miles away from Tucson not 5 hours drive. It reminded me so much of Fall leaves in my Northern England home as a childhood.
    A fabulous giveaway. I'm excited to find your blog too. Love the swanky fabric too.

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  99. Fall leaves...something I have only seen a few times (living in the desert there are few leaves)
    The most memorable was a trip to Conneticut when I was a little kid. The trees were huge and the leaves seemed to to continuously drift to the ground.

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  100. We have yet to enjoy the pretty fall leaves. At the end of this month we will meet up with my brother in law and his wife at to take a nature walk in Mckittrick Canyon located in the Guadalupe Mountains on the edge of New Mexico and Texas. We took the walk a couple of years ago and it was breathtaking!

    Patty
    Sewsecret (at) gmail (dot) com

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  101. I have to go up into the mountain to see the beautiful aspen when they turn yellow. Gorgeous!

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  102. I personally love the leaves of lower Michigan...my hometown. Nothing like seeing a football game with the leaves falling. :) I also love the campus of CMU in the fall...so lovely. What a generous giveaway, thank you for the chance to win.

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  103. I would have to say the Southern Highlands of NSW in Australia. I love the colours of Autumn!

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  104. Northern Michigan for sure. It is beautiful there in the fall.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. The leaves don't change color here in Louisiana but I plan on seeing many this week as I travel to SC.

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  106. I would choose the Izabella bag pattern (We have a granddaughter named Izabella!) and the Winding Ways fabric. I think the prettiest area in the fall is right here in northwest Missouri. I live near the bluffs of the Missouri River. Spectacular color every fall. Thanks for the chance. Have a good day. Winona

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  107. My favorite place to view the fall leaves is in North East Iowa on the border of Wisconsin. There is a park called Pikes Peak where you can look over the gorge where the Mississippi flows toward the Wisconsin river. Endless vistas of beautiful trees woven with the flowing river. I love The Winding Way fabric, thank you for the giveaway! susan(at)mathisons(dot)org

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  108. Love the bag pattern! Too cute and hoping to win! My favorite place to see fall leaves...that's hard. Central Missouri is gorgeous, Germany is beautiful, but I'm thinking TN is tops!

    New to blogspot and this give-away has me on the blog patrol tonight. Off to check out more of your blog. Thanks for participating in the give-away.

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  109. The best fall leaves I ever saw were along the shore of Lake Superior while camping along the Pictured Rocks. Best camping trip ever!

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  110. what a generous giveaway, thank you for the chance to win. if I were to win I would choose the winding way
    I am from the midwest, so I have always been able to enjoy a gorgeous autumn, but I remember when I lived in colorado for a bit-the aspens stood out-a whole mountainside of yellows-very pretty

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  111. The best display of Fall leaves was on a vacation in New England. The colors were so dramatic!
    I would prefer the Jane bag, with the Swanky assortment.

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  112. The absolute most fabulous fall colour is on maple trees - I remember this from my childhood in Quebec. Here in the yukon we have some pretty fabulous colour high up on the mountains and the Fireweed - well it looks like fire. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  113. Driving from Boston to Maine in Autumn, 1998, with my now husband. Such vibrant colours!

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  114. My favorite local location is in Guilford, CT; there's a trail to Bluff Head with a fabulous view over the trees to Long Island Sound. The full range of autumn colors can be seen from the vista atop the Bluff.

    A Jane bag int he Winding Way fabrics would be right up my alley!

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  115. it would have to be the country road that we live on. It's lined with huge, old oak trees and maple trees. It's so beautiful! We take walks down the road and the kids have a great time jumping and "crunching" the leaves!

    thanks for the great giveaway!

    loko6 at peak dot org

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  116. I get my fair share of autumn leaves in my yard, despite having no trees! My best experience of autumn leaves though has to be Central Park in autumn, wow.
    I love both sets of fabric and would be thrilled to win either. thank you.

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  117. Living in Michigan, we have gorgeous color everywhere in the fall. The prettiest though, in my opinion is up north in the tip of the mitten of Michigan. Gorgeous color and lots of places to hike and enjoy it!

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  118. The best place for me to see the changing of the seasons has been right here! Moved to New Hampshire last year watching the changing of the seasons this year has been wonderful!

    Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  119. I live about an hour from Lancaster, PA. Every Fall I try to take a ride out there to see the beautiful leaves.

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  120. My favorite place to look at fall leaves is the Shenandoah Drive, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We hope to get a day or too to drive out there soon. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  121. I've always liked your Jane bag, and the Winding Way pattern looks lovely =).

    Its going to sound funny, but the best place I've seen fall leaves was walking down the road in FW by DeVry, with both sides of the street lined by red and orange trees. Its so beautiful, even in a slightly "industrial" setting. I love walking {and driving} through that area during the fall!

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  122. thanks for the awesome giveaway! there are some valleys in toronto that looks nice. the university campus has nice leaves too.
    songyueyu at gmail

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  123. Here in Gisborne, New Zealand we have Eastwoodhill Abortorium. In the autumn it is lovely to go to with all the leaves changing.

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  124. The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania -- Pine Creek Gorge! Thanks for the chance!

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  125. Beautiful fabrics and bags! The most beautiful fall leaves I've seen was at Lake in the Woods campground in Lancaster County, PA.

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  126. Along the Ottawa River Parkway as I participated in the Run for the Cure on Sunday to stop breast cancer.

    Katy (LethargicLass)

    caitlindevlin@hotmail.com

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  127. Northern Ontario.....it is beautiful.
    Would love for that Swanky bundle to find it's way to my mailbox. Thanks for the chance!!!!!!!

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  128. Hmm... best place to see the leaves? The Appalachian Trail. And my college campus in central NJ :)

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  129. the best place i have seen the leaves has been in Connecticuit. My family would go visit there when i was younger.

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  130. The best fall scene for me, is the vision from the end of Joe's Pond in VT.
    I would like the Jane bag with the Swanky FQ's if I would be the lucky winner. Thanks.

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  131. I live in the city, but there are lots of trees and places with trees around here. I especially love to be driving and spying a group of trees exploding with color. It's a common site now, and I love it.

    Thank you for the great giveaway. I love the Jane bag in The Winding Way fabric.

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  132. The most beautiful place I've seen the rich vibrant colors are along the Mississippi River just north of St. Louis, Mo
    Jane and Swanky

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  133. I love going into the mountains of CA to see the fall leaves. I would love either bag and the winding ways fab. Thanks sew much

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  134. We took a family trip to Skyline Drive in Virginia when I was a kid. I still remember the amazing mountains just covered in every fall color.

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  135. neece quiltqueen1@bluemarble.net I live outside Brown Co. IN and the beautiful colors are everywhere. In the past there have been more visitors to Brown Co.State Park IN than to the White House!!! I love the Isabella bag and I know it would love to see Brown Co. State Park IN.

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  136. Growing up in Michigan I used to love driving down the back roads and seeing the beautiful colors. Now we live in northern IN and still drive up into MI for the fall colors :) I ove the Jane bag in Swanky!

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  137. I love the Jane bag and would love to make it in the Swanky fabrics.

    One of the most gorgeous places that I have seen fall leaves was at Pike's Peak in Iowa. Just gorgeous overlooking the river!!!!

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  138. North Carolina Mountains!! GORGEOUS!!

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  139. Love both those patterns! I think I'd make mine in the winding ways fabric! We don't get very far from home but thankfully we don't have to to see great fall color. Ohio has some of the prettiest scenery and fall is a great time to enjoy it! Thanks for the giveaway! :0)

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  140. Where I live in California, the leaves don't get as beautiful as they do in other parts of the country. I can tell you that I would love to go to Vermont or some place back east that has the stunning foliage that I have seen in pictures. I would love to make the Jane bag in Winding Way. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  141. I seriously can't remember the name of the park near Louisville, ky but it was one of the first times I can remember seeing the leaves change so vibrantly!

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  142. Great give away, thank you!!

    I like Jane and Winding Ways :)

    And of course the best leaves are in New Hampshire !!!

    SheilaC

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  143. Wonderful giveaway! I think the best fall leaves were in our little neighborhood in St. Louis. My daughter and I used to take daily walks around the neighborhood looking for the crunchiest leaves and jumping on them. At least, that's the best memory of fall leaves I have. :)

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!
    ~Teresa

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  144. I forgot to talk about my favorite leaves - please ignore my previous post ;-). Lived in Columbia County NY for awhile - that was an amazing place to see color. Not so good down here in NC.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  145. I've always lived in the south and I hear our leaf color is nothing compared to the northern areas but I love going to my cabin in the mountains and seeing the color from a rocking chair on my front porch. That's a long sentence- sorry. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  146. My front yard. It looks like someone laid a Fall quilt on it. Thanks for the giveaway

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  147. Hi there what a great blog you have! My best place to see the fall leaves is from my front window! I live across the street from a farm and in the fall the colour changes literally sweep down the hill towards us! It is amazing to watch day by day as the colours get closer and closer. I have pictures on my blog if you want to see it!

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  148. I live in Minnesota and right now we are in the peak color time in my area. Believe it or not, when I drive home from work every day, I get a beautiful scene all the way.

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  149. Driving up the mountains in Colorado.

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  150. I also like the Shenandoah area, VA for watching fall leaves. I went on the skyline drive but was about 1 week too early to enjoy the fall leaves. Amazing how such a short time would make a difference!
    Thank you for the opportunity to join your giveaway!

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  151. i love the isabella pattern and the Swanky by Chez Moi. where i live there is no fall but its good reading all the comments to know what fall feels like for everyone.

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  152. Tennessee! Thank you for the give away opportunity!

    Teresa

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  153. Driving through the Talladega National forest in AL. But when I lived in UT going up to Mt. Nebo was awesome!


    PS you can promote your giveaway on the new Quilty Giveaways site (it's free and easy!)

    http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com

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  154. Waubonsie State Park in Iowa - fabulous colors and easy hiking trails to see them all!

    anna(dot)seckman(AT)gmail(dot)com

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  155. I love seeing the fall leaves at Lusk reservoir at West Point--the reflection on the water is just beautiful (and it's right next to the football stadium, so you can admire the fall colors as you're cheering at the game!) Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  156. This is kind of pathetic, but I live in the south part of TX and the best place I've seen fall leaves is in the scruffy woods down at the end of my block. Unforuntately, they only last a week or so.

    nblexp at gmail dot com

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  157. Paddling at our state park, a few weeks ago. The leaves were just turning and the sun was out, so all of the colors looked so magical.

    Debbie

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  158. During through Blue Ridge, Georgia. The north Georgia Mountains have wonderful color:)

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  159. The most spectacular display of fall leaves that I've seen was in the Smokey Mountains of Tenn. My favorite is that at home in our Florida woods - maples, oaks, cypress, sweetgums, bay, pines, etc. Thank you for this lovely prize for the Fall Into Fall giveaway. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  160. The northern part of NH is just beautiful in the fall. I love the colors against the mountains.

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  161. Behind our house are 14 acres of the original farm. It is habitat now ringed with old oak, maple and cherry trees. We hike with the dogs there at least once a day. Would love to do Isabella in Winding Ways. grostedt@lek.net

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  162. The best place for me has been the Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee. I drive through it on the way to visit grandparents or down its length to go hiking. Beautiful colors, beautiful memories...

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  163. My one hundred year old plus maple trees put on a pretty good show and when they are finished, I just look out the window and watch the mountains majesty.
    BTW, the Greenbrier Hotel in WV isn't in the Blue Ridge, it's in the Appalachians. WV is the only state that's totally within the Appalachian Mountains.
    Yep, those things do matter to us -grin.

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  164. Hi Jennie, Hi Clara!
    It's difficult to pick one place - I grew up in New England (just moved to Texas and I'm missing the real Fall terribly!) I think one of the best sites I saw was last year, down the street from my home on Gogan Road in Clinton, Maine. The trees were behind a field with horses grazing - the scene was perfect! I was lucky enough to capture on film - my husband is using it for his desktop background now :o

    I would LOVE to make a Swanky Jane bag - how cute would that be!!

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  165. up north in Minnesota.
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  166. We are leaving on Friday to go up north to Door County, WI one of the best places to enjoy the fall colors! Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway!

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  167. We don't go very far, but we have a lake locally that I love to go take pics at :) xoxo melzie

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  168. Cherokee National Forest in North Carolina! Gorgeous leaves!!

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  169. Where I live there are not any place as lovely as where you have seen the leaves. LOL! But I loved seeing them near the Sawtooth Mountains near Stanley Idaho. We saw a few last year when my husband and I went on a 500+ mile motorcycle ride. If I win I would like to make the Isabella with the Swanky fabric. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  170. The best place I have ever been to view the leaves changing is my own fron porch. I live on a hill in MA and everyone that comes here says the same thing. "What a view and look at the color of the leaves here". Thanks for the chance to win.

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  171. The best place to see fall leaves is at my children's schoolyard... heritage building, big grass field, ancient trees providing falling leaves in every colour. [happy sigh]
    Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize!
    canadiankristin@gmail.com

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  172. One of the best places I've ever seen fall leaves was my childhood home. There was a huge maple tree and the entire back yard would be covered. :)

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  173. just this morning, driving my daughter to pre school, we saw the most amazing tree! it looked on fire!! the top leaves were flaming red...the middle of the tree was yellow, and a few green leaves on the botton yet! such a gorgeous tree! is hould take a picture.

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  174. The best place would be my parents garden. We normally don't have big back yards here in Germany so having one is already special. And they planted so many trees among them a japanese cherry tree which has the most amazing yellow-red leaves and there is also wild wine which has this deep red color. I could look at them all day long!

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  175. Love the bag! Thanks for a great giveaway. The best fall leaves I've seen was while camping in Kentucky a few years back. So many trees and leaves everywhere! It was truly amazing.

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  176. Well I live in San Diego so not much happens here with fall leaves. The best for me would be spending time at Big Bear in the mountains where there are more trees to enjoy.

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  177. The fall colors were beautiful last week up in Glacier National Park. We also saw a huge moose! Thanks for the giveaway. ~Kathleen

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  178. I would love to go to the Maritimes or New England in the fall for the leaf viewing but I have to say that we get some pretty spectacular displays where I live in central Canada. The problem is that the wind is always blowing so they don't last long.

    I would love the Jane bag in Swanky fabric.

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  179. Driving up to the Park City area in Utah and the backcountry can be quite the scenic drive!

    What a great giveaway! I'd love the Isabella bag in Winding Way. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  180. I'd love the Isabella bag in Winding way fabrics. Speaking of Winding way, hop on over to North Central PA and visit the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon for a breaktaking view of the foliage!
    (went to college nearby, so it was a getaway spot!)
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  181. I live in a river town near a missouri location called Bluff Woods. Hills covered with dense trees and they just burst with color each fall. I used to commute to work and would have to pass this twice a day.

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  182. I just returned from an outdoor wedding in northern Minnesota, where the ceremony took place overlooking a valley ablaze in color. It was so beautiful.

    I like the Jane bag and the Winding Way fabric.

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  183. I live in Bucks County, PA and we go riding up 611 North and see all of the beautiful fall foliage...it is breathtaking....I would love to win the Isabella pattern and Swanky
    material...thank you for a generous giveaway...

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  184. Our little farm north of Charlottesville, VA sat 9 miles from Skyline Drive and had 360* moutain views. The leaves there were simply stunning. We used to love to sit on the deck & watch the rains come thru the valley or the cars go up the hill. Oh, yes, those were good times!

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  185. *GASSSP*! It was the Blue Ridge Parkway ... *sigh* SO beautiful, I'll not EVER forget it, thanks for making me remember, it was so breath-taking!

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  186. I like Isabella with The Winding Way.

    I never go anywhere so the best leaves are in my backyard...grin

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  187. For me it is along the Gorge waterway here in Victoria, BC- my favourite place to walk. The Maple leaves are gigantic and when I think no one is looking I shuffle my feet through them to hear that rustling sound! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  188. I'd love to win the jane pattern in the Winding way fabric. I am a bagmaker, so for me this a GREAT giveaway present. Here is mine:

    http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/2010/10/bloctoberfest-and-giveaway.html

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  189. I took my Mother on a bus trip to Vermont about 20 years ago. It was beyond beautiful.

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  190. It would be in Eastern Delaware, along the country side. We went there once many many Falls ago and it was just a carpet of red and golden oranges. Not fun to actually drive through, but very pretty to look at.

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  191. new hampshire, at the top of a mountain. great sea of colors.
    cidtwoatcoxdotnet

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  192. I live in Alaska, and one of the best places here that I've seen fall leaves is on the Seward and Sterling highways, on the trip between Anchorage and Homer. We moved to Homer 3 years ago, and the drive by myself to Homer when we were moving here that September was one of the most beautiful drives I have ever been on! Great blog, great giveaway prize, thanks for the opportunity! Amber in AK

    samiqblue7@gmail.com

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  193. I love the Swanky fabric. The lakes region of New Hampshire is beautiful in the fall. thanks for the chance to win!

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  194. Love the patterns and fabric! And I am fortunate to live near the Blue Ridge Pkwy here in NC! I can even see Mt. Pisgah from my balcony! So we enjoy a lot of drives in the Fall! Most of them around the Asheville area and into TN! Thanks! ♥

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  195. The trees in the Blue Ridge Mountains are really pretty in the fall....I'd love to win the pattern for either bag and I really like the Winding Way fabric. thanks for a great giveaway.

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  196. My all time favorite place to view the fall leaves would be the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton ,Nova Scotia simply magnificent . I would really love the Jane bag in Winding Ways fabric and thanks for the chance to win.

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  197. I live in WV in the Appilacian Mts. We can drive for miles and see wonderful sites!

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  198. Hmm, I would say the loveliest place to see the leaves changing is at Letchworth State Park near Rochester, NY, it is sooo beautiful there.

    Thank you for such an awesome giveaway!

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  199. I attended a conservation camp in high school in northern Wisconsin, called Trees for Tomorrow. It was in October, I think, so everything was at its peak. It was so beautiful in the forest. I'd love to win the Jane bag and the Swanky fat quarters. That is a neat purse!

    Leslie S. in MN
    esclante at comcast dot net

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