November 4, 2011

Fortune-ately Furry Friday


 A couple weeks before Quilt Market, i received a giant, filled-to-the-top, sixty pound box of Good Fortune scraps from Moda. I only used an itty bit of it to make the quilt i showed at market, but have all of this left over:
Want some?? If so, just leave a wise or silly fortune below. I'll pick a bunch of winners some time next week. Good luck!

And here's a little fur...
Have a great weekend!
xo,
kate
PS: There's a terrain giveaway going on over at the Fat Quarterly blog ;)

335 comments:

  1. I would love some! :)Thanks for the chance!

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  2. Thank you so much for the chance to win scraps. I am currently make a scrap quilt for a ill family member.

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  3. Confucious says: Scraps help piece it all together.

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  4. "He who throws dirt is losing ground"
    : ) Thank's for the opportunity! This line is stunning!

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  5. Share and it will come back to you. That's a pretty great fortune and it looks like it worked for you. Love, love, love scraps so the chance to win some of yours is great. Thanks.

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  6. I forgot the fortune: Age is an issue of mind over matter...if you don't mind...it doesn't matter.

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  7. These would be perfect for my 7-year-old niece's quilt I hope to make for her next birthday.

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  8. My husband got a great fortune last week, "It's your lucky day! Put on your party shirt."

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  9. "If you stitch it, they will come."

    Ugh... for an English graduate student how sad is it that that's all I could come up with? ;) Thanks for the give-away opportunity!

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  10. "I think you just ate your fortune when you ate this cookie" :)

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  11. Your greatest fortunes are the friends that surround you. OK...I admit...I didnt' write this but I read it somewhere and love it!

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  12. Would love to have a bundle.
    I hope my forturne is "RAIN TODAY, FLOWERS TOMORROW."

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  13. Luck you!!! Include me in the giveaway. Thanks.

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  15. Good fortune comes to those who quilt!

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  16. "Good fortune means a lot of scraps shipped to your doorstep"
    I'd love to win some of that awesomeness!

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  17. If you believe you can't, you are right, so always believe in yourself!

    Thanks for the chance to win, I LOVE all of your fabric lines.

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  18. I haven't had a good one recently. But my friend got one that I really like, which was "live in THIS moment". Great sentiment! Thanks for the chance - beautiful line!

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  19. Enthusiam is your greatest weapon; even better than sword or pen!

    (it was fun coming up with a fortune!! have a great weekend!)

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  20. Hard work and loyalty will soon pay off for you in the near future. Great idea for a giveaway!

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  21. "Help, I'm stuck in a fortune cookie factory!"

    Thanks for the chance for the scraps!

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  22. I save my favorite fortune cookie fortunes and keep them on my refrigerator! My two favorites are:
    "Don't worry about he world coming to and end. It's already tomorrow in Australia," and "Look! Good fortune is all around you."
    Thanks for the chance for some more "Good Fortune." :)

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  23. Ooo yes please. My saying is.... The early bird gets the worm, but it's the second mouse that gets the cheese! Linda

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  24. Thanks for the giveaway. Mine is "he who laughs last is laughing at you"

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  25. The best fortune I ever saw, that also couldn't possibly be more true:

    "A New Pair of Shoes Will Do You a World of Good."

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  26. Quilting each day keeps the Dr. Away.

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  27. "Days stitched with love rarely unravel"...AND "Never run with scissors!!" Would LOVE to win a bundle of these scraps!! Thanks for the chance!
    Piecefully yours...Paulette

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  28. Lately in my quilting world, I need to remember this saying:
    Anything worth doing, is worth doing badly at first.

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  30. "The fortune you seek is in another cookie" You can never have enough cookies or quilting scraps! :)

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  31. yay thanks for the chance!!

    here's mine (a more positive spin on the previous one that i deleted): failure is part of trying, and trying leads to success.

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  32. Much love, admiration, and good fortune comes to those who design beautiful fabrics.

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  33. "You will have good fortune soon." :) Thanks for the chance to win some fabric scraps.

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  34. Good fortune comes to those who share with others ;)

    Thanks!

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  35. I would love some moda scraps! Thanks for the generosity!

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  36. What a beautiful box of Good Fortune!

    "You are free to invent your life."

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  37. Be open to change, embrace differences, and good things will come your way.

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  38. Blessed are the piecemakers for they shall inherit the scraps....
    Thanks for the opportunity to win some from you new line.
    Patty V.

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  39. "Hobbies are good for the heart and soul." Thanks for the chance at some "Good Fortune."

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  40. "Be true to yourself and good things will come"

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  41. You have some hilarious readers! I'm having trouble coming up with anything nearly as clever, so I'll go with my twist on my mom's favorite:
    "A clean house is a sign of a misspent life"..."A clean house is a sign of an unproductive quilter!"
    Thanks - I just love all of your fabric lines, and I'd love to win some of your scraps! I'll make good use of them!

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  42. Good fortune comes to those who stuff a flat rate envelope with awesome scraps and send it to the Netherlands!

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  43. he Who loves, laughs often! I sure do love your designs!!!!

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  44. 'Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me!!

    Thanks for this giveaway.

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  45. The shortest distance between two people is a smile.

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  46. I save fortunes that I like and I looked through them to see if any were wise or funny. I thought this was fitting for your giveaway!

    "Today is a perfect day to give that special person a gift."

    BTW, I can't wait to get my hands on some Good Fortune!!!

    Tracy

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  47. "Something scrappy will come your way soon, use it wisely."

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  48. It might not technically be a fortune, but remember this... "Life is what happens while you're making other plans".
    These fabrics look beautiful and I would LOVE the opportunity to work with some of your scraps! Thanks for the chance.

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  49. "I can promise you that women working together - linked, informed and educated - can bring peace and prosperity to this forsaken planet. " isabelle allende (i was going to change peace to piece but it was too good to corrupt!)

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  50. 'The fastest way to make a friend is to give them fabric.' (And I didn't even have to add the smart-aleck phrase 'in bed' afterward.)

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  51. "You are about to become $8.95 poorer. ($6.95 if you had the buffet.)"

    hehehe...that one makes me giggle!! Thanks for the chance to win some scraps =D Good fortune is sooo pretty!!!

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  52. As ye sew, so shall ye rip...

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  53. Pretty scraps!!!!

    I want a fortune that says, "something truly crappy is going to happen today", because usually when I get the one that says, "something great is going to happen today", something crappy happens. I'm going for opposites here!

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  54. "If you comment on Kate Spain's blog today, Good Fortune will come your way"
    Lisa in Texas

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  55. Confucius say, "You will finish all your UFO's in the next two weeks." Would love to win some of those scraps. BTW, those kitties get cuter and cuter. Love seeing pictures of them on furry Friday.

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  56. I've been making fortune cookies out of fabric for Christmas and I put a few different fortunes into them such as:
    "You'll shoot your eye out, kid!" -A Christmas Story
    "The best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear!" -Buddy the Elf
    A unique present is in your future.

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  57. You are wiser than you know.

    but I would be happier than a pig in s**t if I could share your scraps!

    ljridge4511 (at) Gmail (dot) com

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  58. It would be my good fortune to win those lovely scraps!

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  59. I love your fabric. I have two fortunes taped to my fridge as constant reminders of what is most important. "A loved one is of utmost importance at this time." and "This year your highest priority will be your family." Wisdom in a cookie.

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  60. Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.

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  61. I don't know if it would be considered a fortune or not, but the words I live by are "May the spirit of the prairie be your guide." When I look out my window and see the ranch's cattle, my husband's horses, & the dogs playing in the tall grass how can I not let that saying lead my life! :)

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  62. Take good care of your furry friends and you will be loved forever.

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  63. May you never be caught in the rain without an umbrella, or a good friend with whom you can laugh about it.

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  64. A bed without a quilt is like a sky without stars.

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  65. Fortune...Lots of scraps make beautiful quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Shawn

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  66. Good Fortune is simply glorious - I would love to have some of your scraps. I have two saved fortunes, carefully taped in a journal -- "Dogs have owners, cats have staff" and "Good clothes open many doors - go shopping". Who could resist that?

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  67. Do not rush through life, pause and quilt!

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  68. We had Chinese takeout the other night (YUM), and my fortune was: "There are no shortcuts to any place worth going."

    It sounds more like a parental nugget of wisdom than a fortune to me. Thanks for the generous giveaway!!

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  69. Here's my fortune: A beautiful quilt could be yours, if you but had the fabric.

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  70. Fortune: Never pass up an opportunity to make something great with somebody's leftovers. Love your fabric!

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  71. My fortune the other day: Your genuine talents will lead you to success!
    Way better than the one that told me I was going to lose my job. What a jerk that cookie was!

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  72. Some men dream of fortunes, some women dream of Good Fortune. ;)

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  73. "Call your mom, she misses you." :o)
    "Pie makes a bad day better." I think I'll put both of those into use today! Thanks for the chance.

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  74. Both still in my wallet always: "You will go to far away places", then I got a job in Japan. And "Ignore previous cookie"!

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  75. My fortune...when you have scraps, make a quilt!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  76. Mine is: Do not let the cat outside because she may bring you unwanted presents that make you scream and your husband will have to clean it up.

    Whew that's a mouthful!

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  77. Don't listen to your husband, you have plenty of money for fabric!!!
    hehehe..

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  78. "You will play with pretty fabric today."
    Why can't all fortunes be so straightforward? :)

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  79. Hope this one comes true...
    Lady luck will visit you soon.

    I should heed this one...
    A closed mouth gathers no feet!

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  80. The first step to better times is to imagine them.
    Holy Scraptastic Lottery Batman!!! I am So drooling all over the keyboard. I know it sounds silly but I actually love working with a messy pile of scraps more than perfectly cut yardage. Scraps are so unassuming. I don't feel as pressured to make something planned and perfect... I just dig in there and start creating. I'm a Scrappy Girl. : )

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  81. "Good fortune will soon be at your fingertips!"

    Thanks for sharing with all of us! You are too kind! :)

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  82. Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.

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  83. My favorite is -- "Time spent with cats is never wasted." - May Sarton

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  84. My fave saying is: "Wherever you go, there you are!" And I'd love to be going to the post office to pick up some yummmmmmy scraps! I'm so loving the string piecing thing right now.....

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  85. I would like my fortune cookie to say
    "She with the most scraps makes the most beautiful quilts to give away"
    or "When the world gives you scraps make a quilt"
    Thanks for the chance to share your good fortune!

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  86. Best fortune I ever got (just as I was about to change jobs): You are next in line for a promotion.

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  87. Stay calm and quilt on! How wonderful it would be to win some of your scraps - Good Fortune is such a beautiful line!!

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  88. You will meet a tall, dark stranger -- who quilts. :D

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  89. I had a rather gross saying pop into my head, but my motherly instinct came over me... So, here's another silly, and slightly less gross fortune:
    "That wasn't chicken..."
    ;-)
    Great giveaway!

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  90. Br prepared for the next mysterious package in the mail. WOnder what it is? Thanks for the giveaway.

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  91. Quilted Gifts are worth waiting for! For some reason I have to tell my husband this, he is impatient. Awesome giveaway:D

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  92. A fat quarter has less calories than chocolate! Would love Terraine scraps!

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  93. This is my favorite: "It's better to be kind than right."

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  94. I would looove to win!
    "Ignore previous fortunes" :)

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  95. Well, it wasn't necessarily "funny", but I got a fortune that said "Life is not a struggle. It's a wiggle."

    Thanks for giving us the chance to win your scraps!

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  96. Never forget"When mama isn't happy, No one is happy" Thanks for the chance of some great fortune!!! k.bugbee@att dot com

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  97. One of my good friends favorites...."time is not measured by a watch, but by moments." Thanks for the chance to win!!!! Crossing my fingers!

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  98. "Good things take time!" I guess this is why I still did not finish my Terrain quilt...
    I love your fabrics! Please keep on creating such beauties!
    Xoxoxo Flávia

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  99. You will soon receive a package of lovely fabric. :)

    For real fortunes though, I've gotten a blank one before. Which I thought was a little cryptic!

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  100. One woman's scraps are another woman's treasures :)...thanks for the giveaway chance! The fabric looks gorgeous!

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  101. "You will be hungry again in an hour."

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  102. "Pencil sharpeners sharpen the pencil, not the mind"

    ;-)

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  103. "She who laughs at herself never runs out of things to laugh at"

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  104. the coolest fortune I have ever seen was one my friend got just days before giving birth to her first child. It said "something good will happen on friday." the baby was born that friday. amazing!

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  105. She who uses scraps wisely will make beautiful quilt.

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  106. One of my favorite fortune cookies said, "You can't have everything, where would you put it all?"

    Always makes me think about happiness derived from the tangible versus the intangible.

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  108. You know you have finished a good book if when you come to the last page you feel as if you have lost a friend.

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  109. Thanks for the chance to win!

    I like this saying:

    He who eats the cheese can't trap mice. Ok. I made it up but I still like it!

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  110. "Your love will help a child in need." Or your scraps will help a quilter in need?

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  111. The fortune you seek is in another cookie. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  112. When life throws you scraps, make a quilt!

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  113. "Luck is a lady who gives away scraps of Good Fortune"

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  114. "Good things comes to those who wait", but I think it could say "Good fortunes come to those who wait". Thanks for the chance to win some Good Fortune fabric!!

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  115. My dad always used to make me laugh with "help I'm trapped in a fortune cookie factory" whenever he would open one when we had chinese food as kids.
    oh i would love some scraps pretty please!, thanks for the chance.

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  116. Confucius say Good Fortunes comes to quilter who submits a comment on this blog! Thanks for a chance to win, would love some of this.

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  117. A box of good fortune will arrive on your doorstep shortly. I would love this fortune to come true!

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  118. The architect of your destiny is yourself.

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  119. A dinner friend once opened her fortune cookie to find a blank piece of paper! I would be looking over my shoulder all night. :)
    I need a fortune cookie that says "finish what you started and you will receive great reward." I have so many unfinished projects.

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  120. This isn't exactly a fortune, more like my mantra for today: "Slow down, do it right, and enjoy the journey."

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  121. Oh I would love some scraps of good fortune (of any kind but the fabric variety would be amazing). Thank you so much for a great giveaway!

    lifesrichpattern@gmail.com

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  122. A closed mouth taketh no foot.

    I've always thought this one was funny yet great advice.
    Would love to have the scraps for my next project

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  123. My favorite fortune cookie message of all time is: Help! I'm being held captive in a fortune cookie factory!!

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  124. Measure twice, cut once! :) Thanks for the chance!

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  125. May a wise yogi help you with a headstand.

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  126. Desserts is stressed spelled backwards.
    I'd love your scraps. I feel a string quilt in my future.

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  127. Great giveaway! Get started- and you've already jumped the highest hurdle in most tasks. (Cindy Francis)

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  128. Your lucky numbers are: 4 12 39 6 18 51

    Oops wrong side.

    When life hands you lemons make a melon block quilt.

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  129. I'm obsessed w/ Furry Fridays! I mean, not in a freaky way, I just mean that I'm lacking kitty fur in my life and your two are SO SO CUTE!!!! I would love your scraps-- how great! Truly, my last fortune said, "You need more art in your life. Be creative." The next day I got back to my sewing machine ;)
    welchrobin@hotmail.com

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  130. My fortune, as inspired by my fuzzy kitten (http://www.flickr.com/photos/liveformemories/6311233459/in/photostream):

    Hairballs on the duvet in the wee hours of the morning shall bring a beautiful crisp fall day. Enjoy the hairballs...

    gustafson dot jenna at gmail dot com

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  131. the best way to get fit is to get a little bit fit :)

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  132. Sit at your machine and it will come. It being fabric, of course!! My twist on the Field of Dreams.
    Thanks, Rita in CA

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  133. Okay, I used The Wacky Fortune Cookie Generator and it said:

    Your fortune is: An optimist is a girl who regards a bulge as a curve.

    Which is funny, because I've gained about 15 pounds since I gave birth to my son 5 months ago. Guess it's telling me something!

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  134. Friends are the family you choose for yourself.

    I was so excited to find a charm pack of your latest line at my quilt shop last week!!!

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  135. At my hens night (a week before my wedding day) I was the first to pick my fortune cookie and it read "you will be the centre of everyones attention and hearts" quite appropriate really :) I've kept it and when I get around to doing our album, it will be on the first page :)

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  136. Dance like no one is watching you!

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  137. Never count your Fortune before your name is drawn....okay I won't but I would love to win some of your scraps!

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  138. I would be very fortunate to receive any scraps you would send my way!

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  139. One of my favorites is "Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you will land among the stars." Love all of your gorgeous fabrics! Such amazing color and design :)

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  140. I actually got this one the other day after playing a game of Shanghai. "a long life will be a testimonial to your friends' restraint".

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  141. Good Fortune comes to those who comment!
    p.s. LOVE this fabric!

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  142. The journey is much more important than the destination and if you over plan you will definitely destroy the journey. Wow, wow I could sure use some of this - I LOVE GOOD FORTUNE and would be honored to have any of the scraps. You are so thoughtful to remember us. Judy C in NC

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  143. "If you're hungry, have another fortune cookie."

    My sister got this fortune once at a Chinese restaurant. HA! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  144. "The end of a Chinese meal will always bring a fortune cookie." I'm a scrap lover, and would give them a good home. Kathie L in Allentown

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  145. Confucius says "Kate Spain will have Good Fortune!"

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  146. A happy home is made up of scraps from the past, present and future put together with caring and love.
    Thanks for the give-away.

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  147. If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all!!

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  148. The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected. I'm hoping that means the mail delivery (2 pm) will bring me a wonderful bag of scraps!

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  149. I bet that is fun going through that box.
    Your fortune:All will go well with your new project.

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  150. Okay..."A clean sewing room is a sign of an uncreative mind!"

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  151. "the smallest threads are strongest when woven tightly together, yet easily snapped when alone"

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  152. A fortune cookie I actually got once was: 'Your health is important. Eat your vegetables!' Which my fiance' thought was hilarious, because I really don't like veggies. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  153. Oooh what a great giveaway!
    "Good fortune is not found, it is made [into quilts]"

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  154. This is one that speaks to my impatient self: Never cut what you can untie.

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  155. 'Wisdom can only come from the truth'
    Hoping that truth is you letting me know that I get to play with some of these fab scraps.
    wendzneil [at] googlemail [dot] com

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  156. Failure is the mother of all success. Great giveaway!

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  157. "It is better to be kind that right" one of my favorites that is sometimes hard to remember : )I cannot wait to see Good Fortune in person and I L.O.V.E scraps!

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  158. I once got a fortune that read: You will hungry again soon, order take-out now.

    Wiser words were never said, at least when we're talking about fried rice! :)

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  159. To borrow from Anne Lamott, "The road to enlightenment is long and difficult and you should try not to forget snacks and magazines."

    I could sure put some of those scraps to good use!
    Pam

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  160. the more fabric, the merrier :)

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  161. Churchill: If you're going though hell, keep going.

    That tidbit has gotten me through days that could've ended in sweatpants, tears and ice cream but ended instead, in triumph. Thanks for a chance!

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  162. "May your bobbin always be full and your rotary cutter sharp."

    I would love to see some of those at my house. ;)

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  163. You never know how strong you are until strong is your only choice.
    Lisa O. us4inah@aol.com

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  164. "When life gives you scraps make quilts" (in bed, he he)

    You do know you have to add 'in bed' to ANY fortune you read don't you?

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  165. You can never been certain of success, but you can be certain of failure if you never try.

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  166. No lie, I actually got a fortune that said, "You have no fortune." Silly piece of paper!

    I read in another comment how you can add "in bed" at the end of each fortune. Well we PG'ed that tradition and add "on the toilet" to ours. Little boys think it is hilarious!

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  167. I have this one taped to my sewing machine: Your creativity takes you to great heights. On the other side it says Haircut. Huh?

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  168. "live life in the present, the past is past and the future yet to come"
    So in love with what i've seen so far of your new line, the colors really call to me as well as the patterns, would be sooooo thrilled to get scraps to play with and drool on :)

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  169. My fortune says "she who wins is lucky, she who shares is luckier!"
    I've just seen what Emma How did with her box of Terrain scraps and I know I can make such a gorgeous gift quilt if I'm lucky enough to win!

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  170. "You're a very happy man!"

    This was in a fortune cookie received by my teenaged daughter! We still laugh about it.

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  171. Oooh yummy!

    A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step...

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  172. Life is brief and very fragile, do that which makes you happy. carolann427@aol.com

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  173. Don't throw the quilt away with the scraps.

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  174. Wise quilter says "Scraps are like potato chips, one is never enough!" :P

    Gorgeous fabric! Thanks for sharing!
    Sandy A

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  175. You will pick a lovely Canadian girl to win this scrap bag!

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  176. Con-fur-cious say: No enter, no win.

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  177. Home is where the washing is!

    Strange fortune perhaps, but it's usually my story.

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  178. Quilt fabric costs may put you in the poor house, but you'll never be cold.

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  179. "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
    I love the new fabric line! Can't wait to make a Good Fortune quilt!

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  180. "The key to good fortune is to eat more fortune cookies."

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  181. " May Good Luck be your friend in whatever you do, and may trouble be always a stranger to you"
    ( Irish blessing) Sandy. :)

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  182. Make every effort to live and piece.

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  183. Last week, I got a fortune that said "Just because the world is your oyster doesn't mean you'll get a pearl." I didn't know fortunes could be so mean! I'm not going back to that place again. I think I need to win some Good Fortune to balance out that fortune...:).

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  184. "Bloom where you are planted"...and make the best of whatever scraps come your way!

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  185. I get excited when I buy half pound scrap bags off of Etsy :)
    A fortune, hmmm... courtesy is contagious

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  186. "Thou shalt have Good Fortune all of thy days."

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  187. Every exit is an entrence to new beginnings.

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  188. My favorite fortune is "The fortune you seek is in another cookie" :) Thanks for the chance at these great scraps!!

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  189. He who throws dirt is losing ground.

    I had to steal that one, I got nothin' of my own!

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  190. these would be great for a string quilt I'm working on. thanks for the opportunity!

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  191. Love love love those fabrics! Here's a fortune I've been carrying around in my purse,
    "If you look in the right places, you can find good offerings"....and another, which I hope will be my good fortune, "You will take a chance - and win"....thanks for the opportunity!

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  192. "You will make a friend VERY happy tomorrow"'. or what ever day some pretty scraps show up in my mailbox! Thanks for the fun blog.

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  193. 'Meet every opportunity with open arms'.
    I'd love to win some of your scraps!
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  194. Life is unfair. People are weird. Love covers everything. My motto for a happy life.

    Thanks for the chance for some fun Good Fortune scraps.

    Joanne Gerber

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  195. "creativity comes to those who seek it" (this is framed and hangs in my sewing space.) :) fun giveaway!

    bess

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  196. You know you are old when people talk about things you made in your 20's and call them 'vintage!'

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  197. "The fortune you seek is in another cookie" :)

    Thanks for the chance at some of those goodies!

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  198. I think one of my favorites is when life throws you scraps make quilts. :) Thank you for the giveaway.

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  199. My fortune? (hopefully?) Your future is filled with Good Fortune and Furry Friends:)

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