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Thread: What is your favorite quilt guild door prize?

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    a new or latest ruler, some things from Missouri star sales.
    pincushion, or directions and fabs to make one.
    if you have a home depot, they cut acrylic for templates really cheap, make some of those, say for dwr or drunkards path.
    thread, in basic black and white is always great, or a batt, I love winning those, always need em and hate spending $$$ on them. kinda like underwear, you need it but hate to spend $$ on something that wont even show.

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    I like the idea of having several small items and letting the person choose one. That way if I already have say 6 seam rippers I would choose something different. I think that way everyone would be happy with what they get.
    Kathleen, a lass with a bit of the Irish in her blood and a whole lot of Irish in her heart

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    I was going to suggest a bundle of FQs. I would love that!

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    Don't limit the stores to Quilting only, how about a gift certificate for lunch at a chinese restaurant or bbq place in town?

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    One that is worthwhile and not a waste of money for all.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    They sell those boxes at JoAnn's too! You can catch them on sale often.
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by toverly View Post
    Love those boxes! I am an ex scrapbooker and I am slowly converting them to quilt boxes. Jo Ann's also sells a tower that they can all fit into. It's sometimes on sale but always available with the coupon when it isn't on sale.
    Another great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester the bunny View Post
    -Pigma pens in different colors
    -special labels
    -stork scissors
    -cleaning brushes for sewing machine
    -a reeaaally good seam ripper (clover is my favorite)


    Each of the above wrapped in a FQ with a matching thread.
    I'd like any of these! How about the new "Seam-Fix"....seam ripper on one end with 'eraser' on the other that just whisks away those pesky, teeny, weeny threads.

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    Thank you all so much. You are a wonderful source of information. This last time besides fat quarter and such, I put in a box of color catchers. Everyone seemed to like that too. Again, thank you so much for your help. Also, thought of a roll of that plastic stuff that sticks to the back of rulers so they don't slip.

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    Fabric, Fabric, Fabric!!!!! FQ's, jelly rolls, charms would all be great. I would also think outside of the box, like those great boxes mentioned above, books are always good, even subscription to some of the magazines. Most offer some form of discount and if you look hard enough I am sure you find one in the $10 range. I always love the getting the things that I have to replace the most like needles, rotary blades, etc. Maybe get some of those small items and make a small basket of supplies. Oh dont forget the patterns there are tons of them out there and you could get a few and the winner could pick which they want.

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    frixon pens various colors
    Linda

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