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August 21, 2013



What a wonderful book! Thanks for the giveaway!
I love seaside, breeze and water melons :)



i love how long the daylight sticks around. sitting outside in daylight at 930pm is kinda awesome. books looks great, congratualtions.

Debbie H

My favorite part of summer is the warm weather. Thanks - it looks like a great book!


I love snow cones and watermelon.
I hadn't thought about a table runner, but that IS a great small project


I LOVE making table runners for quick gifts. Thanks for the chance!


Despite making tons of quilts I've never made a table runner. Seriously... However, with our new and very fragile table inherited from DHs dad, maybe this is a Ver appropriate next project.

Denise in PA

Looks like a great book! One of the things I like about summer is my drive home from work is in daylight and not darkness! Thanks so much for the chance to win!


I love the extra light and warmth! Thanks for the opportunity.


I love love love the warm weather, and spending time with my two daughters when they're home from college!


My favorite part of summer is a relaxed schedule with the kids. Thanks for the giveaway!


When it ends ;-) Summer in North Carolina is a bunch of heat, humidity, and mosquitos.


Ah! Summer! In my town, summer = foggy mornings and deliciously warm afternoons! Love it!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

I love swimming in the lake!

Jen B.

What fun! These would be great as a Christmas gift with coordinating placemates!

Jen B.

Sorry, forgot to tell you what I love about summer: spending time with my son and travelling to see family.

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