Friday, March 8, 2013

Winter Blog Hop/Giveaway...

What beats the winter blues more than giveaways? Giveaways in a Winter Blog Hop!! I love being a part of these blog hops. They are so much fun.. And once in awhile I get lucky!! Will you be the lucky winner on my BLOG?
The fun starts Friday March 8 later in the afternoon... Please don't post until after 4pm Central Standard Time. This Blog Hop will be open until Sat. March 16th. Sunday March 17th I will announce the winner.

I'm very excited to be a part of the Winter Blog Hop. Click on the Blog Hop image below to take you to the webpage that you can see the list of all the blogs that are participating. Let the fun begin.
Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways



As far as my blog goes I have a great giveaway. To get your name entered into the hat please write a short comment telling me what kind of fusible you like the best and then go to my facebook page and like it ( if you are on facebook).
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Laura-Krasinskis-Art-On-The-Run/161423453954610?ref=hl

Now I suppose you want to know what you can win. I love Bigfork Bay Cotton Co. patterns and I am going to give out 2 prizes. The first prize is Sunday Stroll Pattern with Fabric Kit. The second prize will be 12 pack of Print and Fuse. A fusible web on a paper that you can run through your inkjet printer. Below you will see the pattern and the batik fabric that come in the kit.





81 comments:

  1. I've only used the cheap walmart stuff--but I've been wanting to try some different (less stiff) for some time. What a cute pattern! I'm going to have to check that company out. Thanks for the chance!

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  2. Adorable pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. I haven't used much of any fusibles....pretty new to quilting. Thanks for such a nice Give-away gift too! :)

    I don't do FB & Twitter stuff...

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  4. The kit is absolutely beautiful, but I don't think that my sewing skills are good enough to make that yet. I'll have to keep practicing! :)

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  5. I've used Steam a Seam 2 but as I learn more about appliqué am interested in trying new products.

    Love the sunflower fabric!

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  6. Great pattern! I'm just starting to explore fusibles and my experience is with Steam a Seam. I liked you on FB!

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  7. What a fun looking pattern!!! I have not used any fusibles. I have done the freezer paper technique for applique. But I would like to learn a new techinque.

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  8. I have only ever used Steam-a-Seam. One of my goals this year is to try more fusible applique projects.

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  9. If I need a paper backing I prefer to use BondaWeb/Vliezofix (local name), otherwise I prefer MistyFuse.

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  10. What a fun pattern. Living in the country, this would be perfect to win. I have only used Steam A Seam. I always make sure and get the Lite version because the regular gums up my needles something awful.

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  11. Would love to stroll with those chicks :) I am liking Shades Softfuse

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  12. I don't think I have ever bought any fusibles. I'm willing to try.

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  13. The only fusible I've used so far is Pellon fusible fleece - I made some fabric baskets. I liked you on Facebook. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. The supre thick pellon 71F. I use it to make sewing baskets.

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  15. I have only used Heat 'n Bond Lite and Wonder Under. I wouldn't say that either one is great -- maybe I need to try something new!

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  16. I've only tried Steam-a-Seam and Pellon fusible fleece. Thanks for the sweet giveaway (sorry I'm not on FB)

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  17. Great giveaway! I really like Heat & Bond Lite!

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  18. I've only used Steam a Seam lite and that was just one time. It is something I need to do more research on. I'm not on Facebook, sorry.

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  19. I am using wash away applique sheets inspired by Beth Ferrier. I think I am going to like these.

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  20. Heat & Bond Lite. Love the cow in the darling Sunday Stroll! Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I'm using a pellon right now--it depends on what is on sale when I go shopping. LOL Do you have a preference?

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  22. I use a steam a seam 2 as my fusible.

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  23. Ooo have never heard of that product before - thanks for the chance!!

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  24. I have been using Steam a Seam 2 for fusible. It works great for me. Thanks for the chance to win

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  25. I think that pattern is so cute. I use steam a seam 2 for wool and my favorite for cotton is Heat and Bond lite.

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  26. I don't really have any experience with Fusible, what I've used has been inherited, if I win, I promise to try it out, Thank You!

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  27. Thank you for the chance. I so love this pattern and this company. I love steam a seam in the blue package but it is costly so lately i have just been using a glue stick.

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  28. I don't remember the name of the fusiable, but you trace on the paper side, iron onto back of fabric then pill off the paper. I've used another type too that is VERY light weight but no paper. I went to FB "liked" and left a message.

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  29. I tend to use Heat n Bond Lite for almost everything. It holds well.

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  30. I like steam a seam lite. I usually stock up when Joanns has it for 50% off. I haven't used the print and fuse yet. That sounds awesome! Heading to FB now!

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  31. My wife and I use wonder under. Love that pattern. I liked you on Facebook and added you to follow love the things you have done.

    Richard and Tanya Quilts

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  32. I have used Steam a Seam and Wonder under and have a sample pack from Floriani to try. I love the chicken pattern, my sister is drooling over it beside me!
    Barb@Witsend

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  33. What a cute pattern! Thanks for the give away.

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  34. Hi, I'm not a FBer. The only fusible I've ever used is steam a seam. I have been drooling over applique and want to try it. Thought I might start with fusible and work my way up to needle turn... I know, lofty goals!
    Thanks for offering the freebie!

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  35. I'm a real novice with fusibles and so far have used a couple of the Pellon ones. The giveaway you have for the Print and Fuse sounds very interesting - I need to check that one out. The printables I've found so far have turned out too stiff for my liking. Thanks for the giveaways - and I'm always so happy to learn something new from everyone's blogs.

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  36. I don't usually fuse but lately it seems like everyone does. I tried a fusible fleece but I am not sold on it yet. I DO heart chickens, though and your giveaway is quite a prize. I would even learn to fuse to get those chicken legs just right...

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  37. HI! I'VE USED PELLON PRODUCTS;NO EXPERIENCE WITH OTHERS!
    THANKS FOR A BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY!
    'LIKED' YOU ON FB!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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    1. You are the winner of my giveaway... please send me your snail mail address.. and congrat's !!

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  38. I normally use Wonder Under 805 but I would love a printable fusible to work with. I have never heard of that one.

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  39. I have both Heat 'n Bond lite and Wonder Under fusibles.

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  40. very cool! I would love to win! thanks

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  41. I liked you on Facebook! I use Heat 'n bond for fusing my fabrics. Thanks sew much for this chance to win your generous giveaway! :-D
    back2loghome (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  42. I have liked your facebook page. I normally use heat n bond light for fusible. Thanks for the chance to enter your givaway.

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  43. Now a Facebook fan but dont have much experience with anything fusible!

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  44. dont really have a favorite...use different ones for different purposes

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  45. I've used Pellon, but would love to try something else. Thanks for the fun giveaway and inspiring blog. I love your slideshows!

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  46. I think I use Pellon, it is the one you peal the back away, kind of sticks some. I do not like steam and seam my backing fell off all the time, very frustrating. love your art quilts!

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  47. I like Steam-a-Seam Lite. Never tried the print and fuse.

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    1. You are the second place winner !!! Please send me your snail mail address to...
      fabricfuser3@wi.rr.com
      Congrat's!!

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  48. I think the stuff I need is wonder under?

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. Beautiful kits . I usually use Steam a Seam lite but Print & Fuse I would love to try.

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  50. I use Wonder Under the most as it works well and usually the cheapest.

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  51. I use Wonder Under and Steam a Seam lite. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

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  52. I have only tried Steam and Seam 2. I am not really an experienced fusible quilter. You have 2 very nice giveways for us. Quilters are by far so generous in their gifts it touches my heart. Thank you for being a part of this Blog Hop and giving all of us a chance to win.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net
    Sonora, CA

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  53. I like wonder under. Thanks for chance to win.

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  54. Well, I have only used a fusible once and I have no idea what brand name it is! It is for a t-shirt quilt and in the class I just used what my favorite Quilt Shop offered! I thought it worked great though! Love your blog - cannot wait to see more. I have liked you on Facebook!

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  55. I just started with applique and have used heat and bond and wonder under... still learning which is the best to use..

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  56. I used Wonder Under. But I have been wondering if there are any washawy fusibles for doing applique. I dont like the stiffness of it. olney.gail@gmail.com

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  57. Love Batiks! I have limited experience wtih fusibles, but have used HeatNBond successfully. Thanks!

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  58. Only heat & bond so far, but i dont like the stiff feel. I'd make never put it on a bed quilt only wallhangings.

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  59. I've only use Steam a Seam Lite so far. I'm using it for applique and so far so good. Such a nice giveaway! I would love to give this a good home! Thanks! OH, I liked on FB!

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  60. I have used Heat and Bond for applique. Thanks for offering such a nice giveaway. I am a facebook follower now.

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  61. I have recently found Softfuse and really like using it:)

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  62. I Love the Print and Fuze! I am for my simplicity! Thanks for this Great Giveaway! The fabrics are gorgeous!

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  63. I like Heat and Bond. I am IN LOVE with that Quilt Kit. It's SO adorable. I liked you on FB. Thanks for the chance to win ;)

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  64. I use Heat n Bond Lite. Great stuff and works well. I liked you FB page and am a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win

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  65. I've not used much fusibles, but heat n bond is what I've used. I liked your FB page!!! Thanks so much for the chance

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  66. Hi, the only kind I used was some I picked up from WalMart I used it to make my grand kids a big Puppy Pal when they were little one is 14 then 12 and 5 so it has been a long time. Thanks for a chance to win. I am a follower Google Friends.

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  67. I'm a Heat N Bond Girl :) What fabulous giveaway! Thanks :)

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  68. I like either Steam A Seam or Soft Fuse, or Wonderunder...depends on the project.

    Thanks for the chance at the great giveaway!

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  69. I have never used any kind of fusable, so if i won this old dog would learn a new trick! Lol babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  70. I like Wonder Under and Pellon fusible fleece.

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  71. I've been using Steam-a-Seam 2. I liked your facebook page.

    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  72. What a beautiful pattern! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  73. I haven't used fusibles. Liked you on fb: Nicole Sender.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  74. I use wonder under right now but would like to try something else.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  75. I love blog hops. I'm so glad to see your blog and all the nice things you're doing. I use wonder under and have just learned windowing. Come over to Prairie Cottage Corner when you have a moment or two and talk to me about applique. It's my first love. Thanks for letting us drop in.

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  76. nice hop thanks for chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  77. I like Steam a seam 2. Thanks for the chance to win.

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