Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The CHRISTmas Table PFF and Gooseberry Patch Party!!!



Hello sweet ladies, 

Good MORNING!!! It is another beautiful day here on the farm. A bit chipper this morning. Still bundled up to keep warm. The birdies are singing away and I have been in my sewing room since early early! It wasn't 5 though when I woke up and that made this farmgirl verrrrryyyyyy HAPPY! 


It is that time again.......
a
Prairie Flower Farm & Gooseberry Patch PARTY! 

You are going to have to think back a few months when the weather looked like this...........brrrrrrr to get yourself in the mood for the new Gooseberry Patch Cookbook it is called The CHRISTmas Table.....sweet name don't you think? 


You will have to think of a beautiful icy cold day not.........


a nice*warm* lazy* sunny* day......
(notice my little pullets basking in the shade) like today here on the farm

So get on your warm clothes, so you won't be cold when we take a look on the inside of this  
new 

Gooseberry Patch Cookbook!!!!

Time for a.......

Beautiful as usual! 
Inside the table of contents consists of...

Cozy CHRISTmas Brunch
Chill-Chasing Soups and Breads
Caroling Party Supper
Classic CHRISTmas Dinner
Festive Holiday Fare
Sweet Treats to Share

At the bottom of the pages are those adorable little helpful hints and sweetness pic's!

Like this one.......

I use a galvanized tub for my big tree every year......if you want to do this keep a look out at farm auctions this summer!!!!!! 
or what about this idea........


this summer you can put up your produce in vintage jars and have them ready for CHRISTmas gifts. Tie a ribbon around the top and hang a sweet tag......Cuuutteee!


I am going to be having a breakfast this week out in the Potter's Shed......today I am trying out one of the new recipes from The CHRISTmas Table (buy HERE if you would like). I had the chicken, fresh asparagus (from a sweet friend), EGGS from my "Girlies" and cheese on hand! So I couldn't wait to make this recipe.........


Chicken & Asparagus Quiche
from the kitchen of Melissa Knight

2 9-inch pie crusts
2 T. butter
2 T. olive oil
1 T. garlic, minced
1 onion, chopped
1 bunch asparagus trimmed and cut into 1 inch pieces
2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, diced
3 eggs, beaten
1 c. half and half
1 t. dry mustard
salt and pepper to taste
2 c. shredded Monterey Jack cheese, divided

Place pie crusts in two 9" pie plates; bake at 450 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes, until lightly golden. Meanwhile in a large skillet, melt butter and olive oil over medium heat. Saute garlic, onion and asparagus for 5 to 7 minutes, until asparagus is crisp-tender. With a slotted spoon remove vegetables from skillet, leaving as much of the butter mixture as possible. Add chicken to skillet; saute for 7 to 8 minutes, until fully cooked. Remove skillet from heat. In a bowl, whisk together remaining ingredients except cheese. Sprinkle 1/2 cup cheese in each pie crust. Layer half the chicken in each crust, followed by half the veggies and half the egg mixture. Top with remaining cheese. Bake, uncovered, at 375 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Makes 2 quiches; each serves 4 to 6.

MADE IT........DELICIOUS! So so good! We ate the whole quiche for lunch.......there was 4 of us! 


Now..... you know how I always make a little something to go with the Cookbook? Well I have used a piece from a fabric line I designed some years back and made a little tea towel......but do you notice there is not a stitchery on the bottom of the towel? I need some ideas....from YOU....so that is the comment I want you to leave for vote #1!  If you could design it what would you put there. Words.......picture(describe to me what you would want).......whatever!!!!

Can't wait to see what you all say! I will pick one in this next week and have it designed and on the towel when we do the drawing!

This is going to be so fun......for me!

The party will start today and end 
MAY 22 at noon

Now, there is noooooo pressure on voting. Prairie Flower Farm girls like to have a lot of votes... so I always do it. 
Do only what is comfortable though. 

So....here we go!

Vote 1
Leave a comment........
what would you design for the 
bottom of the Winter Tea Towel, if you could?

Vote 2
Become a Sweet Follower (side bar), if you are not already. 
Tell me please!

Vote3 
 "Like" me on my PrairieFlowerFarm facebook page, 
tell me you have please. 

Vote 4
Leave some sweet words over at 
Gooseberry Patch on their FACEBOOK
tell them I sent you please. 
They will love it! They are the most precious ladies!!!!!!

If you don't have a blog......you MUST leave me your email addy!!!!!! prairie flower farm at g mail dot com
Write "The Christmas Table" in the subject line please. 

This party is open to everyone......OVERSEAS even!

The fun part of doing a party is we usually get some new girls that we get to meet! Prairie Flower Farm girls like that right????...new blogs to go to and explore.......so let the party start happenin!

Hugs sweet ladies,

Linda

Please don't forget to be praying for Carla. Yesterday's post. 


176 comments:

  1. For the winter tea towel, a baby in a manger and the words John 3:16.
    That quiche looks delicious.

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  2. Can't wait for this book to come out. I would have you stitch a little cozy, cottage scene.

    Erin
    eparker@arkwest.com

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  4. I already "like" your facebook page. :-)

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  5. I already follow you via email. :-)

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  6. What a fun party! I love tea towels - actually I am sentimental about anything for the kitchen. If I would win a towel, I would like to see a star with the words "Oh Holy Night." Another thought would be a gingerbread man or tree with the words "It's the most wonderful time of the year."
    ~Teresa

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  7. I love snowmen and would have a scene with 3 snowmen around a fire and caption would be Warm Winter Welcome . I have already liked you on Facebook and follow your Blog. I love tea towels and hand towels . I just really love towels that make a statement on them so your guest can read them and enjoy.

    Terry nana27851@yahoo.com

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  8. As you know, I already liked your page and i am already following you! ;) So, on the tea towel, i would like it to say " Jesus Is The Reason For The Season" <3
    Kandy

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  9. A scripture quote! Love the one about the storehouses of snow ...

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  10. I would like you to put "Some of my best friends are flakes..." with some little snowflakes scattered around the quote. Thanks for such a fun giveaway!
    Anna Marie Penix

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  11. I have become a facebook fan.

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  12. On the tea towel I would have a couple of snowmen with "Walking in a winter wonderland" I love snow; the purity it represents and the reminder that our sins have been washed white as snow.

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  13. i would love to see a cozy winter scene with snowmen and children playing. liked the blog and facebook page.

    Emilybaze21@hotmai.com

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  14. Tea towels are so handy!
    I would add a cute little rustic cottage or a border of snowmen, gingerbread men, holly...with Scripture or a CHRISTmasy phrase :)

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  15. I would put "Snowbody loves you like I love you!!"
    Also, I am now officially a facebook fan!

    Beth
    jelizabethhill@windstream.net

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  16. I would like a snowman looking at glowing star in the sky!

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  17. HAPPILY FOLLOWING PRARIED FLOWER FARM+GOOSERRY PATCH ON FB!

    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1711336606

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  18. I already follow your sweet blog!

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  19. I already like your FB page :)

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  20. I visited Gooseberry patch on FB :)

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  21. I am already receiving your emails :)

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  22. ALREADY FOLLOW YOU ON FB,BLOG LOVIN'+GFC!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  23. I liked you on FB but have visited your blog before. I love GBP cookbooks. If i were to sew a saying on this apron it would read:
    Grandma and Me & some Christmas Tea. Cindy in Ia.

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  24. VISITED+SHARED AT GOOSEBERRY PATCH FB SITE!
    THANKS TO YOU AND " " FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  25. BTW - praying for Carla

    Looks like a super yummy quiche recipe :)

    Thanks, Linda!

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  26. ... but as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15

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  27. IF I WERE TO WIN THIS APRON,I'D LIKE YOU TO STITCH: CHRISTMAS BLESSINGS AND MAYBE A FEW SMALL SNOWFLAKES SCATTERED ABOUT.
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR BLOG,TESTIMONY AND FUN-IDEAS!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  28. Great idea! If it were mine I'd like:

    Boundless Grace and Infinite Peace

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  29. And I'm pretty sure I like you on facebook, I just havent' been there in a while.

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  30. I would put the work "JOY" on the bottom with maybe some snowflakes or cute snowmen.

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  31. I subscribe to your emails.

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  32. I am a facebook fan of yours now!

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  33. Each snowflake is unique...just like you!

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  34. and I left Gooseberry Patch a hello on FB

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  35. I just started following your joyful blog! The tea towels, maybe "Snow in Love" or "Snow Angels" with some children making snow angels in the falling snow. No snowflake is alike, just as we are unique. I am also a face book fan of yours. Have a blessed day! Nancy

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  36. Just love your site and parties. For the towel...Snowmen Fall From Heaven Unassembled and could little flakes all around. Or...There' Snow Place Like Home. Or Proverbs 31:21. When it snows she has no fear for her household; for all of them are clothed in scarlet.

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  37. I am a follower of your blog. Love it.

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  38. I left a note on Gooseberry Patch's FB wall.

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  39. I think I would put the baby Jesus in the manger.

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  40. I "like" your page on Facebook.

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  41. Posted on the Gooseberry fb page.

    https://www.facebook.com/gooseberrypatch/posts/10150776652740667

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  42. Snow Place Like Home

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  43. follower of your blog

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  44. posted on GBP wall on FB

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  45. Hi Linda~
    You always have such fun parties!
    For the tea towel I think I would put a snowman kneeling down by the baby Jesus in tha manger and have it say ~ Jesus loves you snow much!

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  46. I follow you on facebook, too! :~P

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  47. I'd like to see: Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
    I am a daily follower.
    nancyr

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  48. Families are forever( snowpeople hugging each other)

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  49. Hi Linda, the quiche sounds delish!
    If you were sewing the apron for me, I would have "It's a snowman CHRISTmas sewed on the front! I love snowmen!
    cjhmar@bellsouth.net
    I have liked you on facebook
    I am a follower
    I went to Gooseberry Patch and commented!

    definetly praying for Carla and family!

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  50. I'd put a heart and stitch Heart of the home or Hearts warmed here.Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  51. Of course I follow your sweet blog..smile...~Amy

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  52. I already follow you on FB. For the Tea Towel; I think a little sheep looking up at snow flakes and the saying
    "Love was born on Christmas morn."
    Pam, durhamfamilyfarm@Aol.com

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  53. I think redwork would look good on this tea towel. Since it's outline work, it would be easy and one color, red. So, a lovely poinsettia would be nice. I follow you on facebook and I get your emails. Leaving a message on Gooseberry Patch with your name. Thank you for having these "parties". Hugs, Sue

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  54. I would put 2 mittens on the apron and the saying, Snowmen are made by busy, little mittened hands. I follow you on facebook and I get your emails.

    Gloria Linburg
    joysewer@verizon.net

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  55. Oh Linda what an amazing giveaway! You are so thoughtful! I would like to see "Snowmen melt my heart" with a little 'heart'

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  56. Linda I am already a faithful follower..

    Gert

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  57. Linda..I already "like" your Facebook page..

    Gert

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  58. Linda..I went over and left a comment on GP's FB page.

    Gert

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  59. Linda the Quiche looks yummy, great looking crust. I would like the towel to be stitched in redwork or all blue,& say "And he shall make you as white as snow" Is 1:18 with snowflakes or a snowman.

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  60. I am a follower on your blog & FB

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  61. & of course if I am your follower on FB, I already LIKE you & I do.

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  62. Told Gooseberry Patch on Facebook that you sent me. ldstowe@hotmail.com

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  63. I would put: Cold Outside? Warm up....Bake Something Yummy!
    I liked, I followed and commented on gooseberry's page. Thanks for the great giveaway. :)

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  64. The Lord merely spoke,
    and the heavens were created.
    He breathed the word,
    and all the stars were born.
    psalms 33:6 NLT
    a starry Night with a snow angel of course

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  65. Good Morning on this fabulous Wednesday morning! I am enjoying listening to the sounds of the waves as I write. I am so happy you are home and doing what you love... like sewing!

    Here are my votes...

    #1 I am not too creative, but here is a thought to write ... "It's wet outside, but dry right here" (written on the towel, of course)

    #2 I am already a follower

    #3 I already like you on facebook

    Blessings to your day! - Anna

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  66. Hello sweet ladies,
    I am enjoying reading your design ideas.........A LOT! How fun! Thank you for getting involved with the party......it has made it so much fun for myself and I am sure to all you ladies. SWEETNESS! You ladies are so creative! Just had to peek in and say hello and thank you so much. Gooseberry works hard everyday to produce such beautiful magazines. You blessed them by making this party so much fun!
    Hugs to your day! Linda

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  67. I would think a manager scene, or scripture for your tea towel.

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  68. I left a message on Gooseberry Patch Facebook page too!

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  69. I've been a longtime follower but this is my first post!! I LOVE your blog--the chickens, the farm, the encouragment, the Word!! I liked both your Facebook page and gooseberry Patches. I have quite a collection of their books--
    I would put a bible verse on the bottom.

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  70. I don't know if this saying has already been done or not - but how about "There's Snow Place Like Home!"

    Love your site. Thanks for the party! I know you're celebrating summer being here.

    Nancy at mom2jebj@gmail.com

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  71. I would like a bunch of embroidered snowflakes and the verse from Job 38:22 -- "Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow?"

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  72. To go with the darling snowpeople, I'd like to see a variety of beautiful snowflakes sprinkled all around!

    Susan L.
    kslindeman@aol.com

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  73. I would like a platter of Christmas cookies and the quote "Comfort and Joy" Peggy @prmscrapquilt@bendbroadband.com

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  74. I just liked you on Facebook!

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  75. snowflakes and the most precious name i have ever been called "Gram" ;)

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  76. I liked your facebook page also!!

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  77. I would stitch this saying "Snowmen fall from heaven unassembled.", and stitch a little snowman in place of the "o" in "snowmen". I am a follower of your blog. Thanks.

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  78. I would stitch "You melt my heart."

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  79. Follow you on FB as Blue Strong!

    myboyblue11@gmail.com
    Terri from Oregon!

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  80. Left some love on GP FB page as Blue Strong!

    myboyblue11@gmail.com
    Terri the Oregonian!

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  81. hartunglexie@gmail .com

    I love GP cookbooks! I have lurked on your log for a long time and downloaded some of your projects. Love them . Thanks very much.
    " Winter Blessings"

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  82. 'snow'MEN knit too!!!
    (stitched on a snowMAN knitting himself a long scarf with yarn in basket at his feet)
    you know i'm a knitter!!
    i'm a follower of your blog, fb, & stopped in to visit Gooseberry FB
    i'm so anxious to see your new quilt pattern, linda!! great post! i hope you enjoy every day of summer vaca on your farm!!
    ^)^Linda

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  83. I am all ready a follower
    I liked you on FB
    I would love to have a repeat of the smow men faces on the material embroidered on the white portion of the towel.
    Thanks for hosting the give away!

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  84. On the bottom of the towel I would want you to put "Blessings from My Home to Yours." Then every time I saw the towel I would think of you Linda and your wonderful family, farm and home. I always feel like I am right there with you when you are talking about your life on the farm and with your family. And that is always a Blessing to me.
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  85. Oh yes, I am already a follower and I like you on FB.
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  86. How about washed as white as snow verse!

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  87. I am a follower & follow on FB you as well!

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  88. I would love a vintage flour-sifter and/or rolling pin stitched on the front ;)

    Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  89. I follow you via email and Google Friend Connect :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  90. I follow you on Facebook, too :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  91. I left a comment on the Gooseberry Patch page on Facebook :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

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  92. How cute.....I would stitch "Snowmen fall from Heaven unassembled" ......ciao4now64@yahoo.com

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  93. I always follow via gfc...ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  94. I have and love following you on fb....ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  95. I left a message on GP fb page......also thanks to everyone again for continued prayers for my lil sis Carla.....ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  96. For the tea towel, "Jesus loves you SNOW much!"

    laurafaulk at charter dot net

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  97. I already follow you on FB and love it!

    laurafaulk at charter dot net

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  98. Hi Linda
    I like you on facebook already and follow your blog and get the email updates. The quiche looks so good! On the tea towel which looks cute already I would think he would be pretty with the words It's beginning to look at lot like CHRISTmas

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  99. I think a snowman with bird on his arm would be fun . I am a follower of your great blog . Thanks .

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  100. I also made a stop at Face Book for Gooseberry and their fun site

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  101. I see that "Jesus Is the Reason" is already suggested....is My personal favorite. Think I also like "Snowflakes are Angel Kisses!" :) But what about "Keep CHRISTmas In Your Heart All Year!"

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  102. I am a Follower of your MOST Wonderfully Awesome Blog!!! LOOOOOOVE it!

    Thanks for chance to win! YAY!

    Huge Ohio Hugs! :)

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  103. I am a follower of your blog. I read it every day. May God bless you and your family!

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  104. I just started following your sweet blog! Can't wait to read more of your posts.

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  105. Such a hard decision, but if I were to win the cute apron I would say "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"...I think ;)

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  106. I just liked your FB page. I love the GP cookbooks and have several but not this one so keeping my fingers crossed :)

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  107. HEY LINDA,LOVE THE TEA TOWEL.i LOVE CHRISTMAS AND I TRY TO KEEP CHRISTMAS FEELING YEAR ROUND,BY GIVING.i THINK THAT IS WHAT I WOULD LIKE ON THE TEA TOWEL.LOVE OTHERS ALL THROUGH THE YEAR. THAT IS THE GREATEST GIFT. LOVE. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOUR QUILT.HAVE A GREAT WEEK-END SHARON

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  108. Hi Linda,
    I would like snowflakes across the bottom kinda falling down.
    I am already a follower here as well as FB.
    I will go on over to GB and say something sweet!
    I will send you my email address as i do not blog.
    Hugs,
    Kim from CA

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  109. Linda- I am an everyday follower. Your a great inspiration to us all. Thank you for another give a way.

    Linda from KY

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  110. I think I would like "Joy to the World" with some snowflakes.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  111. I am a follower.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  112. A teapot with snowflakes or snowman on it would be fun on the towel or apron.

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  113. Hi Linda
    It is lovely to actually come here to leave a message ~ I still read your blog, but it's through email & too often I'm so busy that I just don't leave comments, but please know I do love your blog.
    I must say I love the gooseberry patch things. In fact Selina & I were so excited to find a gooseberry patch item in the local quilting shop. It was a random thing which unfortunately we wouldn't use, but we were happy to find it!!! ( She's been down here visiting me). I would love to be entered for your giveaway. I was trying to think what I would like on the handtowel. Either an inspirational Bible verse or something to remind me of the Lord's love. I can't think of exact wording though.
    Hope you have a wonderful day
    Blessings
    Renata:)

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  114. Put this on the apron:

    celebrate everyday

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  115. "But first and forever there was just a little family, without toys or trees or tinsel. With a baby - that's how Christmas began.

    My favorite quote about Christmas.

    Sheryl

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  116. little and big snowflakes with Jer.29:11-13
    My favorite scripture

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  117. I am already a follower.. I don't have a blog so I follow by email each time you post. :)

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  118. On the apron I would put the verse "Oh taste and see that the Lord is good" Psalm 34:8 :)

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  119. I love your blog - 1st on the towel I would like snow children or family. I love snowman and usually get a new orniment every year for my grandkids (6). Snowmen are special and you have brought some special things to me thru your blog. I love the way you use CHRISTmas and I think a phrase using it would be great. Like "CHRISTmas time if for family and friends" or a inspirational Bible verse. I would love anything that you decide.

    Love Gooseberry books also - I was hooked after the very first one I purchased.

    sshook7888@aol.com

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  120. I am already a follow of your blog. I have read about your chickens so much that we have now purchased us 6 babies and my husband has finished their coop. They are staying outside in it during the day. They are precious.

    sshook7888@aol.com

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  121. I'm aready a friend of yours on Facebook.

    sshook7888@aol.com

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  122. Going now to Gooseberry Patch website and post a comment on their sight. Hoping hear fromo you soon that I won!

    sshook7888@aol.com

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  123. Hi Linda--
    Vote #1--friendly snowmen of course :)
    vote #2--I follow your blog
    vote #3--I like your fb page
    vote #4--heading over to the Gooseberry patch to leave some sweetness
    Thanks for the opportunity Linda ((hug))

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  124. The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof. Psalm 24:1. Already a follower on FB -- LOVE your blog. Thanks for blessing us!

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  125. Hi, Linda - Thanks for another fun party & give-a-way! Let's see - my contribution to stitch on the cute tea towel is, "SNOW many Blessings!"

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  126. I'm already a follower of your lovely blog!

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  127. I "liked" your Facebook page quite awhile back (and visit it often!)

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  128. . . . and I also left a comment (as Pauline Richter) over on Gooseberry' Patch's FB page!

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  129. Always a blessing to receive your mail!

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  130. I love your blog and have been following it for a few months now. I look forward to this e-mail every day. It is encouraging.

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  131. Hi, Linda! I think the winter tea towel should have pale blue snowflakes sprinkled across the border... I enjoy your blog that I receive by email! (Hey, it's nice to SEE you too! Glad there are others who don't color their "crowning glory"!)

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  132. I also "like" you on Facebook!

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  133. Follow you via email!
    myboyblue11@gmail.com
    Terri from Oregon!
    Love your blog!

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  134. Karen StephensonMay 22, 2012 at 5:25 PM

    I really like your blog. Your Christian witness is so sweet and welcome. As your sister In Christ, I appreciate your blog.

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  135. I'm sorry I missed the deadline. I had a garage sale last Wed through Sat and have been trying to catch up. I like that you posted a picture since I've been here last. Sometimes I just comment on FB. Did you cut your hair? Seems like the last time you had a picture with someone who visited your farm, your hair was longer! It looks nice. Happy party. Cute towel. I think snowflakes would be cute on it! ♥ Donna

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  136. Just noticed you extended the party! Yay!
    Vote #1-I would put snowflakes around this Bible verse: "Proverbs 31:21 She is not afraid of the snow for her household; for all her household are clothed with scarlet."
    Donna

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  137. Vote #2- I am already a follower and have told others to about you! Donna

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  138. Vote #3- I already "like" you on Facebook! ♥ ♥ ♥

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  139. Vote #4- Just commented on Gooseberry Patch's FB page. Donna

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  140. Hi Linda,
    I would have a scripture like," Taste and see the Lord is good." Or how about " Love the Lord your God with all your heart"
    HUgs,
    Jennifer
    mrsjaws99@yahoo.com

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  141. I would love to try the quiche recipe you shared. In it, the olive oil is shown as 2 %. olive oil. Is it 2 tsp or 2 Tblsp? Thanks, Donna

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    1. So sorry, 2T olive oil. Thank you for telling me Donna!
      Hugs, me

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  142. I didn't read all the comments...so, I don't know if this is a repeat; but, how 'bout: Jesus loves you snow much!

    Blessings and love,

    B.

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  143. I follow you through e-mail.

    seputt@yahoo.com

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  144. I like you on facebook.

    seputt@yahoo.com

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  145. I follow Goosebery Patch on facebook.

    seputt@yahoo.com

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  146. On the apron. All hearts come home for CHRISTmas. Have a great day.

    seputt@yahoo.com

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  147. On the apron I would put All hearts come home for Christmas. Would use a heart for the word heart.

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  148. I am a follower and love your blog!

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  149. Stopped over to FB and said Hello.

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  150. Mittens on the bottom of my tea towels.

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  151. Prairie Flower Farm Christmas!!!
    Gooseberry Patch Christmas!!!
    I Love you both!!!!!
    I am so blessed to have such wonderful country friends...


    You should stitch....
    HAVE A BLESSED COUNTRY CHRISTMAS

    Judy
    judyjude68@yahoo.com

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  152. Anything with snowmen
    or covered bridges...I'm not picky :)

    "Walking in a Winter Wonderland"

    Loretta

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  153. I'd like to see on the bottom

    I love to bake Snowball Cookies.
    I love to bake cookies.
    I love to eat Snowball cookies.
    I love to eat cookies!

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  154. I think on the tea towel I would stitch a few big then a few small snowflakes kind of keeping with the snowman theme at the top.
    Thank you
    tsdalton816@yahoo.com

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  155. left a few words on your blog today. I love the chickens and peeps.
    tsdalton816@yahoo.com

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  156. Told gooseberry patch that you sent me today. Have a great day and thank you for the giveaway. I love gooseberry patch books.
    tsdalton816@yahoo.com

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  157. Subscribed to your blog today I love it. Love the country charm about it.
    tsdalton816@yahoo.com

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