Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I Have Been On The EDGE... For A Giveaway!

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to Pat Sloan's Edge Ruler Blog Hop!! I have been so excited to post about her new rulers, but you will have to humor me just a little and take a look at a few things.

First and foremost... HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM!! I LOVE YOU!!

Now do you have a cup of tea or coffee? Go ahead and get one, I'll wait. So glad you are back!!

I wanted to share with you my very first finished quilt!! As luck may have it, I had a photo and scanned it to show you. I gave this away to my wonderful college roommate, so it is no longer in my possession.


This quilt is the Star Log Cabin and was done in a class in which we used Eleanor Burns' Quilt in A Day book! I was hooked. But look at those fabrics... calicoes mostly. Boy, have my tastes changed!

Prior to this quilt, I had taken a class and the teacher wanted to teach us the "old school" way, scissors and cardboard templates. What a turn off. Boy, I could have used one of these...


Yes, a rotary cutter and an EDGE ruler from Sullivan's and Pat Sloan. This ruler sharpens your rotary blade as you cut. Genius! You can see the diamond powder edge, just enlarge the photo. The best thing is they come in all different sizes and they are also NON-Skid too and it works like a charm. To learn more, just click here.

So I bet now that you have your coffee or tea you need something to go with that right?


MMMM.... yummy homemade granola cereal. It is delicious, here is the recipe for you:

Mom’s Own Cereal

compliments of Shirley Swenson my sister in law!

4 cups rolled oats

2 ½ cups wheat germ (20 oz. = 4 ½ cups)

1 tsp. cinnamon

2-3 Tbsp. brown or raw sugar

¾ cup honey

1/3 cup salad oil

1 tsp. vanilla

Chopped dates, raisins, dried cranberries and nuts about 3/4 cup each


Mix the oats, wheat germ, cinnamon, and sugar together. Add the honey and mix well (with your hands if necessary). Add the salad oil and vanilla, and mix again with your hands. Add the chopped dates, nuts, raisins, and any other toppings as desired. Spread in two baking pans (such as 9” x 13” pans), and bake in 325 degree oven for about 20-25 minutes until lightly browned, stirring occasionally. Serve with milk. Keeps well. Store in a Tupperware type container.




I promise you, you will love this cereal and the ruler!!

Now the info on the giveaway of a COMPLETE SET of these wonderful rulers!!



Isn't Pat cute? And that ruler that she is holding is NOT included in the prize... ahem, it is enlarged to show detail...

But here is what ONE lucky winner will receive.


WOW!! Who can't use a good set of rotary rulers? All you will need to do is place a comment on EACH one of the blogs that are on the blog hop. But make sure it is on the blog post for the rulers and that you have a way for us to contact you (e-mail). Everyone who has commented on EACH blog will be entered into the drawing and Pat will draw the winner on Monday, October 4.

You will be able to comment on EACH blog through Sunday night!! So make sure you visit everyone on the list below:

September 27

Pat Sloan - Pat Sloan's Blog

September 28


September 29

AmandaJean - Crazy Mom Quilts

September 30


October 1

Polly and Laurie - Minnick and Simpson

October 2


And if that wasn't enough, I will be giving away a fat quarter bundle of 7 of Jill Gordon's Cottage Garden line from my online shop! Everyone who has entered a comment on this post will be entered in the draw and the winner will be announced next week.


Isn't it a beauty!! So, if you are excited, place a comment, blog about it, tweet it, Facebook it, follow it... shout from the roof tops... okay well, that is taking it too far. But enjoy and collect all the yummy recipes too!!


Until Next Time...


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The Toothfairy Quilter said...

that granola sounds yummy-I will have to try that for sure.

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

These are genius! Can't wait to try them.

Julia P said...

Thanks for great giveaway. Love your first quilt!!

Regena@QuiltnQuiltthings said...

wow great to visit your blog.
Thanks
Regena

lisa said...

man! This is the fourth time I have tried to enter a comment here...maybe that means that this is my lucky turn? interesting how our tastes change as we learn about quilting, find our little corner of the quilt specturm that pleases us and we learn about the fabrics out there. I am into so many different thigns right now! Mor experementing at the moment

QuilterMary said...

I'm so confused about where I supposed to comment, about what and when ... but I am going to try the granola recipe. And - the fabrics look lovely!

Linda in Calif. said...

Wow what a give-a-way! The fabric is so pretty. I would love to win this and or the rulers. Thanks!

Beverly said...

I love your blog! This is my first visit but I'll be back. You did a good job on your first quilt. Thanks for a chance at those awesome rulers!

bethanndodd said...

Those rulers are amazing! And that fabric looks so colorful and fun! Here to hoping I am a lucking winner!
beth.dodd@att.net

JRSAY said...

wowow what an amazing first quilt and sounds like you got her done quick! Thanks for your inspirations!

Kathryn said...

Both the recipe and the ruler look like winners. I hope to try them both. Kathie L in Allentown

Kathryn said...

Both the recipe and the ruler look like winners. I hope to try them both. Kathie L in Allentown

Marcia W. said...

Thank you for hosting this stop on the "ruler blog hop". I intend to stop by all the sites so can be in the overall drawing. Please enter my name into your drawing for the beautiful FQ. The color of Cottage Garden is saturated, and reminds me of the Kaffe fabrics that you like to use. The spikes quilt is going to be a beauty! Looking forward to see how you quilt your friend Karen's original. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Britney said...

I want those rulers! :)

Hannele said...

Thank you for a most generous giveaway of rulers - and the fabrics look just great,too :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jackie. I love listening to your podcasts - I have M.E. so somedays I can't do much in the way of sewing but I listen to you instead. Many thanks. The giveaway looks lovely. Caroline
(carolinehemsley@btinternet.com)

Betsy Lynn said...

Granola is one of my favorites!
Always love new recipes to try!
Rulers and fabric...that would be great to win!
Thanks for the chance.

Judy said...

Thanks for the granola recipe, will definitely try it. Great prizes and fun blog hop.

Laurie said...

I am having so much fun on this blog hop - meeting so many new friends.

Patty said...

It's neat to look back about how your taste has changes over the years and t hear everyone's first experiences. The recipes looks delish ass do the fabrics.

Kim Reid said...

I'd love a chance to enter!!
Thanks :)
kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

Nanette Merrill said...

Well I'm already late to the program here. But I love this idea. Pat is amazing. And the cereal looks fantastic.

Monica said...

Y'all are killing me with the recipes for this blog hop! They all sound so good. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

Erica said...

Your 1st quilt is so beautiful! That recipe sounds yummy!

Robin C said...

awesome rulers and gorgeous fabrics

Brittainy Barnes said...

I'm excited about the giveaway! Its my birthday today too! (Sept 28th)

Hope i'm lucky =)

Jen said...

Happy Birthday Jackie's Mom! Throw my name into the giveaway please, those fabrics are enticing!

bargello said...

Ummm your Mom's cereal looks delicious! Love your blog,
Kathy

Linda said...

Granola looks yummy - rulers look great too!

kautz potatoes said...

Brilliant rulers and beautiful fabrics!

Kathleen C said...

Jackie, your recipe is just what I need-my english muffin breakfast just does not do it for me. Thanks for sharing it.
And thanks for being part of Pat Sloan's great giveaway. What quilter wouldn't love to win these rulers?

Mary Beth Oberlin said...

Mmm, granola sounds yummy.

Cathi said...

Those rulers look amazing!! I hate changing the blades in the rotary cutter, so anything that would prolong their sharpness sounds like a huge bonus!!
And those fabrics are as yummy looking as that recipe sounds!

Anonymous said...

Please enter me in the give a way. The rulers look great and so does the fabric your giving away
Jill

Mary said...

wow that is great fabric. I too can't believe how much my fabric tastes have changed. I have gone from conservative calicos to brights. And it is wonderful.

Sandy said...

I would love to win this set of rulers!Thanks for the opportunity!

Sharrieboberry said...

I look forward to trying out these new rulers. They sound fantastic!

Judy in ID said...

mama's BD, healthy granola, magic
rulers,beautiful fat quarters, great blog! OH MY!!! made my day...
I love this hop.............

Joan said...

Your cereal recipe sounds great, copied it to my file. thanks for sharing that. What fun finding more new sites to read and explore. Looking forward to seeing the rulers in a shop soon or maybe at AQS show in Des Moines next week.

Donna said...

The cereal sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing. The fabric is lovely. Happy blog hopping.

Becky said...

Thanks, Jackie for participating in this wonderful "On the Edge" ruler blog hop! I just love all these fun blog hops and giveaways! Your granola recipe looks wonderful. DS is trying hard to eat healthy. I'll try to make him a batch this weekend! Thanks for adding your fabric to the giveaway! Take care!!!

Jo Anne said...

I'm really curious to see how these new rulers work. Thanks for the granola recipe.

Unknown said...

Love those FQ's and thanks for the giveaway.

Amy said...

I started my quilting career with Eleanor Burns' Log Cabin Quilt too! I made 2 - one for me and one for my college roommate - who didn't want it at the end of the year! And she picked the color scheme! So I gave it to my sister, who loved it. Thanks for the memory, and for a chance at the rulers and the GORGEOUS fat quarters.

KatieQ said...

These rulers look wonderful!

Bette said...

Your first quilt is wonderful.
Also like your granola recipe. I usually make granola during the winter months.

dutch sisters said...

Thank you for the chance to win the rulers!
I think your first quilt is beautiful. And happy birthday wishes to your Mom!

Tamie said...

You can never have too many rulers- especially since I have to share them with my daughters.

Anonymous said...

oh so much fun and fabric to. Thanks Linda

Paula Lemos said...

Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Regina said...

I don't think I can visit all the blogs right now but thanks so much for telling us about the rulers. My non slip one broke and the replacement is just not cutting it. The idea of it sharpening your blade at the same time...genius!

Thanks also for sharing the picture of your first quilt.

Kathy H said...

These new rulers sound really great. Your fabrics are wonderful colors.

Jane Biles said...

Didn't you learn a lot from Eleanor Burns and her TV show taught me a lot about the quilt process! Now that fall is here, your cereal recipe will be great on a cool morning. Thanks for trying out The Edge rulers... I may have to try them soon!

LindaW said...

Thanks for the chance to win these new rulers. Genius idea to be able to sharpen your rotary cutter as you use it!

Mommarock said...

Sure, Pat looks cute.. and so do the rulers. I love that they sharpen as you use them as I plan to make lots of quilts!

Anonymous said...

Ohhh...It sea
ems amazing idea...self sharpening rulers.!!! Thanks for give us the chance of have it...Kisses from Buenos Aires. Lily Bronstein

Quilting with Pugs said...

Sure like the fabric

Rita said...

I can't wait to try the rulers and the cereal. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the cereal recipe; it looks exactly like the kind I buy in the store: raisins, dates & pecans! I can't wait to make some.

Unknown said...

Great Rulers! Would lvoe to own this set.

Judy G said...

OH! what fun. Yes, indeed our taste in fabrics have changed over the years but not about the passion of buy more fabric. Right? Thanks for the chance to win the rulers and/or the wonderful fabric!

2miracles/Tove said...

I like you quilt its is nice. nice blog too

scottylover said...

These rulers look awesome! Thanks for the chance to win some and the FQ bundle you posted, too!

Sandy A

webmailaddress2 said...

How generous to give away the FQ bundle too!

Deb G. in VA said...

The rulers look like they would be wonderful! The granola look yummy too!

SheilaC said...

wOw, Jackie, thank you for a wonderful recipe and give away!

Those rulers sound wonderful

SheilaC

Munaiba said...

A ruler that sharpens your blade!! That's a must-have. ANd you fabric give away is really my cup of tea. Brights are my favourites.

Gretchen said...

Thanks for sharing the granola recipe! I bet it is great on yogurt too. The rulers look wonderful.

Susan McCrea said...

Dinner and a ..blog and dessert!Dessert of course is the yummy FQ bundle you're giving away! WooHoo!

Susan McCrea said...

Dessert! I found dessert- a FQ bundle andit's oh, so sweet!

Pat said...

the granola looks great. Our tastes really do change in our quilting.

Cecilia said...

I would love to win this set of rulers. Thanks for the giveaway of fabric also.

Amy said...

Your first quilt looks great! I wish I could say the same. These rulers sound super cool. Thanks for the granola recipe.

Darling Jill Quilts said...

Great recipe! Can't wait to see what else is happening this week! ;)

❦Bayside Gal❦ said...

Very nice blog. So glad I found u..The granola recipe is now in my cookbook (hope u don't mind). The rulers are such a great idea. I can't wait to try them..(Fingers crossed)

HeyJudee said...

Thanks for the granola recipe. That's definitely something that I'm going to try. And I'd love to get those rulers...like everyone else...LOL

Judy C said...

I would love those rulers, and I love that cottage garden bundle pick me pick me!

JJ said...

The rulers look great and those are nice looking fat quarters. I will also have to try your cereal. Thanks for a chance at those rulers.

Carol J said...

Hi Jackie, Its funny how you mention about the calicos and how your tastes change? I'll bet Mom still has some of the calicos she used to make some of my clothes growing up and they were my favourites!
Thank you for the cereal recipe - just what we need to keep ourselves energized to use these new rulers, on some new fabrics!! Thank you so much for the opportunity to get in on the draws!

bestjlb said...

Jackie,

Thanks for the granola recipe--it looks great! I never have made granola but have always wanted to. Love your blog and always find great ideas here. Thanks for the giveaway and for participating in the hop. Don't those rulers look great?!

Debbie Lou said...

Thanks so much for the cereal recipe. Sounds yummy. I will have to give it a try. Looking forward to winning the rulers and your fabric. Thanks

Debbie said...

Can't wait to try one of the sharpening rulers ~ great idea
Thanks for the Granola recipe too!

Debbie in WA

Janet said...

I love the purple, orange and green fabric you're cutting with that fabulous ruler. Thanks for the chance at the fabric win as well as your participation in this great giveaway.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

What a wonderful find....two giveaways, recipes, and more.

Billie in TX

JariJari said...

thanks for the cereal recipe and sharing pict of your vy 1st perfect looking quilt!

MoeWest said...

I sure could use those rulers! Your granola recipe sounds yummy.

schmidt1016 said...

You did a great job on your first quilt. Love the stars in the sashings. But I have to admit, all the calicoes that were so prevalent back then turned me off to quilting. I'm so glad we have such beautiful fabrics to work with now. And the granola recipe sounds really good. Thanks.
Leslie S. in MN
esclante[at]comcast[dot]net

Kaye M. said...

I love granola and your recipe sounds great. It would be good for breakfast or to take along on a hike for a good snack. Your first quilt was alot more advanced than some first quilts that I 've seen. Its amazing to see how fabrics and colors have changed over the years.

Cyn said...

The rulers look great and the fabric is beautiful!

Cynthia

Julie in WA said...

You did not say when that first quilt was made...but I think the fabrics can date it pretty well!

Kim D. said...

Nice first quilt and that cereal looks yummy Jackie! I'd love to get my hands on a set of those rulers.

thegoose said...

I confess I prefer your newer quilts. ;)
Great giveaway! 2 for the price of 1. And I see some granola in my future. Thanks!

Susie said...

Wow! Very cute first quilt! Totally jealous here.

I'm SO saving the granola recipe too. Yummy!

And THANK YOU for the additional giveaway! Such pretty colors!

Unknown said...

That cereal looks yummy. And I have all the ingredients in my kitchen, imagine that! So as soon as I post this I'm off to make a batch for me. I seriously want these rulers so BAD! And then you're throwing in fabric to the mix! All I can say is Woo-Hoo!

Karen said...

What a great post, beautiful eye candy and great food! Would love to win!

Nancy Sue said...

Jackie,
Thank you for the time and effort to participate in The Edge blog hop. Thank you also for adding your own giveaway! Very generous and gorgeous fabric!
nsue21702 at gmail dot com

bingo~bonnie said...

what a GENIUS idea!!!! Clearly a woman thought of this ;)

Love from Texas! ~bonnie

Kim said...

Thank you for the awesome giveaway.

AnnieO said...

Calicoes were all that were available back then,um, late 80s early 90s, right? I can tell by the blue and mauve, LOL! These rulers sound fantastic. I would love to win a set. And thanks for the added bonus fabric prize.

azuree55 said...

Having problems with lost password. Driving me nuts. Hope I get a diamond edge ruler!

thanks

The Quilted Finish said...

My Mum and I used to make our own Granola, yours looks yummy. Love to win the rulers and the fabric is so pretty. Thanks,Rowena

Anonymous said...

Now I want granola...and it's almost midnight! I'm not going to the grocery store now!

Brenda said...

will have to try your granola cereal, sounds good, thanks for the chance to win the new rulers,Brenda in Utah

Ruth B said...

I love those rulers!! And, the bundle of fun you have all wrapped up with a ribbon. What a fun giveaway!

Beth said...

Can't wait to get a new ruler!!

Bec Clarke said...

Those rulers look Amazing...
Thanks for the wonderful blog and podcast too BTW.

Lilac Barries said...

I'm so excited about these rulers, so helpful to have them sharpen. the cereal looks great

maree said...

Oh boy - don't I recognise some of those fabrics in your first quilt!!!!! And like you haven't my tastes changed somewhat - love brights and zany fabrics now:) Thanks for your scrummy recipe - reminds me that I need to make some breakfast cereal so might just give your recipe a whirl. Loving hopping amongst your blogs - such fun. And you are so sweet with your giveaway...fingers and toes crossed. Ciao

Leah said...

Love that recipe! Sounds yummy

what beautiful fabrics....

Beth said...

Love the bright colors in the fabric!! Great giveaway!!

Jeannette said...

oooh pick me :) I am excited about the recipe, thanks! and excited about the rulers & fabric too of course :)

lovetostitch said...

woweeeeeeee!! I think your first quilt is awesome! Can't believe you gave it away, must have been a really great friend!!!
Thanks for that recipe, I recently tossed a few things together for my own trail mix - the cereal sounds good - love that stuff! I might add, use raw honey. My former in-laws are bee keepers and the raw honey (not heated or processed) is the best for you.
Thank you soooo much, Jackie!

Jodie said...

Wow these rulers are a really neat idea. I hope that I have the luck to win some. thanks for giving us the chance.

Michele said...

The granola looks pretty good. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Busy day yesterday, and today helping get ready for our guild's quilt show this weekend! Too much to do, and too little time! :-) Thanks for offering to help us win those wonderful rulers! I can barely wait!!! Google is still messing with me - won't let me sign in, so my email is wvoaks @ comcast.net
Vivian

Crystal said...

Got mixed up on the days. Anyway I wanted to leave a message and thank you for sharing your recipe.

Shellie said...

Very nice first quilt. Love the recipe. The bundle is awesome.

Mama Pea said...

That cereal looks just scrumptious. I will have to try that!

Ursula said...

I love to see first quilts. It's cool to see how everyone has come along. My daughter still uses the first one I made. Please enter my name for the giveaway. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

waw brilliant giveaway, would come in very handy for my dressmaking course, would absolutely love to win, thanks for running this comp!!
my name ; MIA FERGUSSON
email; finkitham@yahoo.co.uk
thanks x

Lynn Osborne said...

The granola looks amazing. Thanks for the chance to win the rulers.

Rose said...

I think I need these !!!! Thanks

Blog Editor said...

My tastes in fabric have definitely changed too, but those calicos were all that was available 'back then' LOL. Love the log cabin though!

Quilt n Queen said...

I really really need these rulers. Hope I'm the lucky one. It would be my first blog win. Keeping my fingers crossed. We are all winners in the blog hop........all the recipes have been great. I'm going to try the granola......Thanks Mom.
The fabric bundle would be a great win too. A very generous giveaway, thanks for the chance.

cakegirl said...

This rulwer sounds fantastic. Thanks for a chance to own one.

Leslie said...

these rulers are way too cool! thanks for the chance to enter and for sharing your quilt and wonderful recipe. i can not imagine quilting with scissors and cardboard. yikes. if it were not for my ruler and rotary i would not quilt
lezlie21(at)aol(dot)com

emmy said...

The rulers sound wonderful. I watched the videos and she has thougt of everything to make quilters' projects easier and accurate. Thank you for the recipe.

Julia said...

What a wonderful invention. Those rulers are just the ticket. --Julia pjgraber at juno dot com

Anonymous said...

That recipe seems a bit healthier than the others! My husband thanks you. ;) The rulers look great, too!

Marjorie said...

Mmmm. Granola. Now I'm hungry.

tricialee said...

OK, this is the third blog on my tour today. And you are having an extra giveaway too, yippee!

Linda said...

Those are very clever rulers...and the FQ's are YUMMY!

Angela Nash said...

Those rulers look so cool! I've been eyeing that 16.5" square!

Cory said...

This is a wonderful give-away. Thank you. Take care and God bless, Cory

Carrie L said...

Thanks for reviewing the rulers and for giving us a chance to win them!

Ann said...

I love your first quilt. Thanks for the recipe and a chance to win the fabric.

mean sarah jean said...

i love granola! thanks for your recipe :)

Linda K said...

Wow, you can never have too many rulers!! Thanks for the chance to win your fabbies,too!

Britney said...

Those rulers look great! Great blog!

Melissa said...

Those rulers are simply genius, and the granola is making my hungry. Everything looks fab!

Unknown said...

Will try the granola recipe.
NEED the rulers.
My first quilting lesson was making templates and cutting with a scissor.

Rebecca said...

These rulers look amazing ~ and so does that fabric! Thanks for the chance!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Unknown said...

Can't wait to try these!

Patricia said...

I'd luv to win! Monday will be my birthday & that would be a great present!

the girlfriend gap said...

Hello Jackie,
I am Looking forward to getting to know you through your blog. I have a sister named Jackie too :o)!(feel the bond already!) I have just become your 1000 follower!!!! WHOO HOO!!!!!!! Hope that makes your day!!!!Do a little something to celebrate today!! The rulers are a genius thought wish I had thought of it! Hoping they don't cost an arm and a leg.....because if I don't win I want one. What will we do when we no longer have dull blades? that is a reason to celebrate in itself! Granola looks yummy. I have a similar recipe. Nothing like homemade granola. Try adding unsweetened coconut too. Have a wonderful Fall day!

Kathi said...

I'm excited to learn about your on-line store.
Thanks for the opportunity at a chance to win those cool rulers

Polly said...

Awesome ruler blog hop! Thanks for the cereal recipe, too! Polly

Mama Spark said...

Looking forward to trying the rulers and the cereal looks yummy!

hannah said...

I'd love to win the rulers -- they look great. And I'm definitely going to try the Granola. Thanks for the opportunity to win rulers and fabric; and thanks for the recipe!!

Anonymous said...

I sure am lovin' the look of these rulers.

Agnes Wong said...

My daughters would love your granola recipe. Looks delicious. Thanks for the chance at winning the rulers!

Janet said...

What a fantastic giveaway. Thanks

LizA. said...

I'm intrigued by the rulers but I know the granola recipe will be a big hit with my husband.

K8 said...

What a great giveaway - and a granola recipe!

Sharon J. Hughson said...

Here's my comment. I hoping to win the rulers, but who wouldn't like that bundly you're offering?

corina said...

Just when you thought you have whatever you "need" for quilting, out comes these fantastic rulers! Gotta have them!

Katie B said...

Very cool!

Weatherbee ;) said...

Thanks for sharing all of the wonderful information. The cereal looks amazing...thanks for the recipe! And the wonderful giveaway. ;)

~Teresa

Mom of two said...

Please choose me!! Would love these rulers!

Angie said...

Oh I need these rulers!! :) And Mom's Own Cereal looks yummy!

Michelle said...

Thank you for hosting such a great giveaway!

emily and logan said...

i would LOVE to win those rulers. they look awesome. :)

hannah said...

I'd love to win the set of rulers -- they look great. I'd also like to make your granola recipe -- it sounds fabulous! Thanks for the opportunity to win rulers, fabric and score a great recipe too!!

Linda said...

THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY AND THE RECIPE...

Melisa Bakos said...

Great cereal recipe what a nice idea to post a recipe along with the bloghop. Interesting rulers They would be great to win hope I keep up.
Melisa Bakos Canada

Gill said...

Great rulers! I love granola too!

Gill

Annieofbluegables said...

Those rulers really sound amazing. I'd LOVE a set!!!!
~a

Deb said...

New rulers and fabric to use them on - what could be better!

~ Sara ~ said...

Oh how I want to try those rulers!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful fabric, and AWESOME rulers...Pick Me, Pick Me!!!!! Lol. I'm gonna have to try making that cereal too....LOVE granola cereals! Thank You so much!

Donna said...

Love the rulers as well as the lovely fabric. Thanks for the opportunity. Happy blog hopping!

Taya@TypeB said...

Great stop on the blog hop! Thanks for the giveaway - the rulers look awesome and that fabric is lovely!

Tong said...

love all the recipes going around and that's a sweet set of rulers for any quilter! thanks for the giveaway~

Jenniffier said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I am sure my husband would love your recipe he is always looking for just that kind of thing. Too bad I won't tell him, because I don't want to make it. I mean that might have to use my kicthen island which would mean I would have to move my cutting mat :)

Anonymous said...

What a great set of rulers! Your first quilt is cute--much nicer than my first quilt!
Karen in Breezy Point

Anonymous said...

I'd love to win the rulers, but I'd say the biggest prize is discovering all these blogs that I have never been to before!

Laine said...

What a great giveaway and fun way to find and read new blogs. Not to mention, I love all the new recipes too.

Linda Dalton said...

Wow! I am impressed by how ambitious your first project was and you did a great job too! Love your blog and your fabrics!

Diane said...

I would love to win the rulers

EngrSandi said...

My first big quilt was also a log cabin. I'm sure I wouldn't pick the same colors or similar fabrics today! Fortunately, we have so many more choices now than 18 years ago...

Cindy said...

Thanks for the recipe. Would love to have a chance to win the fat quarter bundle from you and the ruler set as well. Thanks!

jackiero said...

Jackie, your fabric giveaway is very pretty & bright! Thank you :) And your recipe has made me hungry, my type of food to munch on.
And Pat's rulers, yummy!

Jenni said...

I've never run across these rulers before, I'd love to sharpen while I cut! Thanks for the chance!

hernik said...

Hi Jackie, maybe you never send giveaway to Malaysia before.. so I am ready to receive it ha..ha.. *kidding*

Silvia La Gata Con Botas said...

Thanks for the chance to win these fantastic rules!! And thank you for the recipe too. I have to try this one!

Christine M said...

I love the colours of those fabrics.

Gitte said...

I really have to try these rulers

Margi said...

That homemade cereal looks amazing, will have to try it,,,,tell Mom thank you for sharing!

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Those rulers look like a fabulous idea...please count me in.

Anonymous said...

Wow, those rulers look great. What a great idea...this has all of the features that a quilter would want in one ruler!

Can't wait to get one to try it out!

Vanessa in Oklahoma

Anonymous said...

Wow, those rulers look great. What a great idea...this has all of the features that a quilter would want in one ruler!

Can't wait to get one to try it out!

Vanessa in Oklahoma

Debbie said...

The blogs are very fun as are the prizes. Love the rulers

JudyCinNC said...

Wow - what an awesome giveaway - love your blog and the granola is a great recipe. Thank you

pam said...

what a fun hop this is
I love seeing all the first quilts and all the recipes look great

These rulers look like a great thing.

pamroever@yahoodotcom

Joni said...

Love homemade granola. Thanks for the opportunity to win the set of rulers.

TheQuiltedFrog said...

Great recipe--cereal looks so yummy! I'm dying to try out the rulers. Thanks for taking part in the hop!

Angie said...

I love granola cereal! I could eat it morning,noon and night. Thanks for the chance to win these rulers and that yummy fabric!

bobbie23nc said...

I am so excited about trying these new rulers. What a concept

Carol said...

That cereal looks great! I would also love to win those rulers!

carmel said...

thanks for the super giveaway
and happy birthday to your mom!

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