Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Give-Away #30 - 501 Rotary Cutter Quilt Blocks book (3 Winners!)

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED!

In my previous post I told yall about Quilt Story's 12 months of Quilt Block of the Month.  Here is the book they are using for their series:


Whether or not you want to join the Quilt Story blog series, this book is great for any quilter to add to their collection or start one.  I have looked through the book and let me tell ya, this book will keep you busy for quite a while!!  This book is great for those learning the quilting basics or for those veteran quilters.

This book is a whopping 292 pages yall!  Each pattern has diagrams and comes with very easy to understand cutting & construction directions.  Each block also comes in 6 different sizes making almost 3,000 blocks for this wonderful book:  4.5" / 6" / 7.5" / 9" / 10.5" / 12"

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3 lucky winners will get this awesome book!


Who doesn't love a chance to win some a FREE QUILT BOOK?  4 Chances to Win!  Here's what you do:
#1 IS REQUIRED.  #2 - #4 ARE JUST EXTRA ENTRIES. "FOLLOWING" IS ONLY IF YOU WANT TO. 

Please leave a separate comment for each of the below.  It's easier to keep track of the entries that way.
This give-away will run for a work week from (Tues) 4-10 thru (Sat) 4-14 @ midnight EST.  I will use Random.org to choose the winners & will announce the winner on (Sun) 4-15! 
  1. Being that it's gardening season, let us know if you buy plants already grown or if you like to start plants from seeds yourself.  If you don't garden, let us know that too.
  2. Become a KoolBeenz follower via Google Friend Connect or RSS Feed, comment that you now follow or already do
  3. Add my Blog Button to your blog's sidebar or anywhere else, comment that you did or already did
  4. If you would like to be added to KoolBeenz' Give-Away email list to be notified of future give-aways, please say, "Add me" & enter your email address.  If you already receive the emails, let me know.  You will receive emails ONLY about give-aways, nothing more, I promise. 
LET THE COMMENTING BEGIN!



173 comments:

  1. I am horrible at growing plants, so I guy them already grown. ;)

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  2. I like to do both - some with seeds and some starter plants.

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  3. Already receive the emails--which is why I am the first to comment probably. :o) Thanks for the chance to win a great book! xo

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  4. Plants! If I buy seeds when I see them coming up I think they are weeds and hoe them up!!!! You can tell I am not a very good gardener! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. Will grow from seeds as well as plants/branches whatever. Seeds are imported and expensive so we go with whatever we get.

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  6. Already a long time follower.

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  7. I usually buy seedlings as I can't be bothered with all that seed raising stuff!! Just planted out all my pots yesterday and a whole bunch of vegies in my garden.

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  8. Already on the email list.

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  9. I would love to garden, but hate going outside when it gets hot... so it ends up staying on my wish list and never actually gets accomplished.

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  10. I have a black thumb so about the only plants I have are those pots of gerber daisies or dahlias that I buy already grown each spring. Then I try not to kill them before fall.

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  11. I do both. I just sowed spinach seeds in the garden, I have 4 trays of seeds started and in 5 weeks I will be buying sweet potatoes, herbs and tomato plants from my local nursery. Thank you for a fantastic giveaway!

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  12. I live in Florida, where it is really hot and the ground is nothing but sand. I do buy a few tomato plants and try to grow them, but eventually the heat kills them too. Maybe one day I will have a sunny enough yard ( mine is mostly shade with sand now ) that I will be able to have a HUGH garden.

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  13. I plant most of my simple flowers by seed (cosmos, zennias, marigolds). I plant most of my vegetables from purchased plants. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  14. I have the blog button on the bottom of my blog. http://www.new2quilting.blogspot.com/

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  15. I sew. My wife Gardens. It's better this way...

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  16. I receive the giveaway e-mail notifications.

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  17. I am a KoolBeenz follower...


    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  18. And Finally... I am on your giveaway email list.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  19. I usually buy plants already started. I did buy a few packs of seeds this year and planted them last week. Then we had alot of rain and they probably got washed away

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  20. I usually buy a already grown plant! I loved cactus!

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  21. I got your button at my blog!

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  22. I'm already on the mailing list.

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  23. When we moved in our house last year, there were already many perrenials in the garden, so all I have to do is wait for them to pop up every spring!! lol!

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  24. I already subscribe to your newsletter! :)

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  25. I'm not a gardener. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. I have your button on my blog sidebar.

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  27. I already receive your emails. Thanks!

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  28. I love to grow my veggies from seed....but I'm impatient for color and beauty, so I will buy my flowers! LOL

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  29. I'm on your email list! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  30. I have your cute button on my sidebar.

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  31. My allergies have caused me to give up gardening...so I quilt more! I used to plant both seeds and plants. I sure miss it.

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  32. A few years ago I did the seed thing. I grew Moonflowers (smell SO sweet and bloom at night on a vine with ?heart? shaped leaves), and a CUTE small zinnia called "?pinwheel?" It was in pink, yellow and white I believe. VERY nice zinnia - but hard to find as an annual plant in a pot.
    This year I bought begonia and some small pinwheel yellow zinnia (YAY I found some).
    All is fun - but seeds take consistency which is not my strong point this year.
    Thank you for the chance to win such a nice book! :-)
    Cathy
    byrd at gulftel.com

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  33. I do receive e-mails... that's how I found out about this giveaway :-) Thank you for sharing
    Cathy

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  34. I have your button on my blog spot.
    Kool and cute as can be :-)
    http://sassycathy-sassycathy.blogspot.com/

    Cathy

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  35. I don't really garden. What little I do, I buy as plants, not seeds. I wouldn't have anything if I tried to grow from seeds. Thanks for the chance.

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  36. I get your emails, that's how I know to enter. Thanks again.

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  37. I tend to have a black thumb, so any help in growth helps. hehe I usually buy things partially grown but have planted a seed or two as well.

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  38. I'm on your email list already. Thanks for sharing!

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  39. We always buy our plants. Going to the nursery is one of our favorite things to do. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  40. We plant a huge garden each year, mostly from seed, just buying our tomatoes and peppers already started. We've got lettuce, radishes, and spinach up, and the corn is in the ground, yay!

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  41. And I receive your emails. :)

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  42. I do not garden. I do, however, have a beautiful garden because my husband loves to garden. Works for us. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  43. I am a long-time follower of your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  44. We grow quite a large garden each year. Some vegetables are grown from seed and some come from nursery starts.

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  45. My Steve plants a huge garden and a huge raised bed garden and a green house garden. He starts all his own plants in the greenhouse and transplants. We have potatoes up, lettuce, spinach, radishes and onions in the raised beds, we have cucumbers and green beans in the greenhouse, but he has not planted the main garden yet, it is a bit early.

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  46. I have your little beenzie button on my blog page.

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  47. I'm a big gardener... I usually start plants from seed, occasionally I'll buy some already started.

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  48. I'm also a follower... Yay!!

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  49. And I receive your newsletter too! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  50. It all depends on the year. Last year I started several Gerbera Daisy plants from seed but this year I'm buying already growing plants for my garden.
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

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  51. I am a KoolBeenz follower via Google Friend Connect :)

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  52. Ooooh, I would love to win this book! I have a veggie garden, an herb garden, an orchard, grape arbors, berries, rhubarb, strawberry and asparagus patches, and pick fiddlehead ferns in the spring. I start plants, trade plants, buy plants...whatever the budget allows! VermontPines at aol dot com

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  53. I already get your email newsletter. I've been wanting this book - thanks for the chance to win! VermontPines at aol dot com

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  54. I buy plants with the exception of my zinnias; for those I just sow the seed directly in the ground around mid to late April. Thanks for chance to win this great book! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  55. I follow your blog on Blogger/GFC. Thanks for chance! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  56. I also get your giveaway emails; thanks for chance! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  57. I buy plants - usually perennials. :)

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  58. i have your button on my sidebar: quiltyascharged.blogspot.com

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  59. I'm on your e-mail list already. Thanks sew much for the chance! :)

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  60. I'm a quilter SEW I buy plants already established! :o) Thanks so much for the chance to win this book!! If I win, I might have to hire a gardener!!
    P

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  61. And YES I get your emails...thank you!!
    Paulette

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  62. HAPPILY FOLLOWING YOU!
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  63. ALREADY RECEIVING YOUR NEWSLETTER!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  64. Usually perennials and shrubs for us.We only do a fair job of it though because the white tail deer love them too! Thank you for a neat Giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  65. Every year I try to grow veggies, and every year I fail. Usually I plant little plants. This year, I picked up some seeds to start inside and then transfer outside. Here's hoping it works! For flowers, I have some perennials that I rely on that I planted as plants, and God Bless 'Em, they come back every year. I wish there were veggies like that. Wait, asparagus is a perennial, isn't it? Maybe I need to plant that!

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  66. And I currently receive your giveaway emails - thanks!

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  67. I love growing things from seed so this is my favourite time of the year!

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  68. I love to garden; but, I haven't done so in a couple of years because I'm in a rental. I tried gardening from pots one year; but, life got in the way and I had to go home to Mother and my husband forgot to water the plants. *sigh* So, I don't try much anymore. But, once we get a home of our own, I'm determined to garden once again. :-)

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  69. I get your giveaway emails! that is how I arrived here. :-)

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  70. I don't garden but grow some herbs like mint and bazil.
    :)

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  71. I'm on your mailing list. :)

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  72. I buy plants and Still manage to kill them

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  73. Definitely planting flowers someone else has grown. It's so easy-peasy by comparison to anything else... err, except perhaps not planting anything! Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway!

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  74. Your Koolbeenz logo is on my blog.

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  75. I already receive the email about your giveaways. Thanks for these chances to win!

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  76. I buy plants and start from seed. That way I can get some earlier crops while waiting on the others :)

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  77. I buy a few plants like tomatoes and eggplants, and start everything else from seed.

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  78. I already receive your emails. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. I don't have a garden, I have trouble keeping house plants alive, LOL!!
    Thanks :)
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  80. I follow via GFC as Kim Reid
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  81. I already on your mailing list!
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway :)
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  82. I love to garden and do some of both - buy and start some plants from seeds!

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  83. I love to start them from seed. Transplanting doesn't always work well.

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  84. I am on the mailing list too!

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  85. I receive the KoolBeenz emails - thanks!!

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  86. I do some from seeds (that I save from last year) and I buy some that are grown.

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  87. I added your blog button: http://amateurquilter.blogspot.com

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  88. add me to the giveaway emails: justin17sunshine(at)gmail(dot)com

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  89. I love to garden and start as many things as I can from seed. The climate here isn't great though and I don't have a greenhouse, so being able to buy already started veg and flowers from the farmer's market is ideal!

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  90. I don't garden. I do have houseplants though.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win an awesome book.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. I'm a follower of your blog.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. I already receive your emails. Thanks!

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win a super book.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  93. I have been buying plants at my favorite Amish green house for over 40 years.

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  94. I have your button on my sidebar and I blogged about the giveaway.
    http://maxinegiveaways.blogspot.com/2012/04/giveaway-at-koolbeenz.html

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  95. I receive the giveaway e-mails.

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  96. I buy my plants - I do not start from seedlings. I need to have the instant gratification!! my email is amyd14_1999

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  97. I am already a giveaway email follower!! amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  98. I buy tomato and pansy plants. Everything else from seed.

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  99. I live in a condo, so have no yard to plant anything in. And we have so much shade, I'd have no sunshine, so I don't garden at all. Wish I could!!! I eat a lot of vegetables, and it sure would be cheaper to grow them instead of buy them.

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  100. I live with my mother who starts tons of plants from seeds in a cold frame. Then, she goes through a process of transplanting in various size pots until the plants are large enough to go into the ground. Our soil is actually sand so it takes a lot of prep. Plus the critters are bad too. She has already given away at least 25 tomato plants to relatives. We end up with a freezer full of great vegetables to use all year long.

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  101. I'm already a KoolBeenz follower via Google Friend Connect.

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  102. I already receive your KoolBeenz newsletter -- and I would love to win this book to have all those block designs to read/use over and over. Thanks for the chance.

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  103. I buy plants, when you have crazy cold weather is a "pain" to bring plants in and out and having a heated garage doesn't doesn't appeal to my pocket. Thanks.

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  104. I start some of my plants from seed. Right now we have watermelons and pumkins growing. And most years I start my tomatoes too (but this year I'm taking a break). Soon I'll be starting my nasturtiums and morning glories. I buy my fushias, lobelia, wave petunias and whatever other basket stuffers are available to fill my hanging flower baskets. :)

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  105. I'm a follower of KoolBeenz via gfc already. :)

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  106. I already receive the emails from KoolBeenz. :)

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  107. i dont do gardening very much cos its hot all year round at my place, so they just grow by themselve.

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  108. i'm already your follower !

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  109. Already on the mailing list.

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  110. I buy started plants. It's hard to know when we'll get our last frost here, so by purchasing started plants I can get them in the ground at the right time.

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  111. I follow you. Thanks for the chance to win this book. One of my nieces just told me she'd like to start quilting and asked for recommendations on great books. How fun to give her not only a recommendation but a great book.

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  112. I'm on your mailing list, April.

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  113. I love starting seedlings but don't always get to it early enough so it is usually a combination of starting plants and buying them.

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  114. I generally purchase plants already grown, cause by the time I think to start seedlings it's way too late!

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  115. I do receive your giveaway emails. Thanks for the chance to win this great book!

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  116. I've only been successful with planting already started tomatoes - delicious! This year we are going to do again!

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  117. I clicked to follow your blog.

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  118. Please put my name in the hat for the book drawing! Thanks!

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  119. I buy plants already grown. I really don't have much of a green thumb.
    :)

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  120. I already follow. This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks.

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  121. I already receive your email notifications.

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  122. I just put some seed in last week...I have been hoarding them since my last disasterous try at growing from seed...and they have just begun to poke there little heads out through the soil!! It is all so exciting and encouraging..I think the garden can teach us lots if we slow down and listen. For instance timing...I waited until the best time to put these little promises-of-goodness in, here's hoping I can be "faithful" and protect them and care for them till the grow up. God bless:)

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  123. Most things, I prefer to buy the seedlings already growing. Things like zinnias seem to do better when you grow them from seeds-- at least for me. And this year, I am excited to try something new-- growing daylillies from seed! :-)

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  124. I follow you on GFC-- thanks for the chance to win this book! It looks great! :-)

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  125. I already receive your emails-- thanks again! :-)

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  126. Oh I buy them ready to plant, except for salad greens! and potatoes;)

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  127. I have a really hard time "hardy-ing up plants from the seeds. I've been very successful growing the seed, but as soon as I let it get hardy in the weather, it goes kaput! Seems like we always get that late frost snafu and it's a goner. So, the past 3 years I've bought plants/seedlings. I leave it to someone else to give the plants "tough love" and get a think skin :)

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  128. I follow you through GFC. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! Looks like a great book!!!

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  129. I receive your emails :) Love them!

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  130. I plant both seeds and plants already grown. Who can't use a quilting book, thanks for the giveaway.

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