Sunday, November 4, 2018

Be Ye Thankful Give-away, enter NOW!


It's almost that time of year here in the states......our traditional Thanksgiving on the 4th Thursday in November. The date this year is the 22nd and I am having my usual Be Ye Thankful give-away to celebrate. Since the original day was a celebration of the harvest....I like to celebrate a harvest of friends! And I am very thankful for each and every one of you.

I usually have one winner drawn for this give-away but since I have so many new followers, I will draw TWO names! Two lucky winners to receive a gift.

I thought I would put together a nice selection of goodies to surprise the lucky winners. So you will have to wait and see what it is! These surprises usually have a value of $50 or more as I like to include a nice selection. You can suggest what you would like...floss, fabric (linen or aida), charts, etc.....but first you have to tell me what you are thankful for!
 
 I am always thankful for many things....my wonderful family that surrounds me.....the blessings I have received...and the friends and followers I have met and that is the best part of this business. From all over the world I have met the nicest group of people that I enjoy chatting and sharing with.


The give-away will be on the 21st of November as I will be very busy on the holiday.
Rules: You must be a follower at the right. Click to follow by Faithful Friends.
You must post a comment here. Post on your blog, Flosstube, Twitter, Instagram, stitching group or facebook and get 100 more entries. We want lots of stitchers to have a chance to win a gift. You must check back to see if you are a winner as I don't have time to hunt you down! lol

Thanks for stopping by...and good luck to all who enter. Let the comments begin. So tell me what you are thankful for. I am thankful for.............
Nancy

Remember......All you can take with you is that which you've given away.

P.S.
If you have the time you should read the comments. I am honored that my friends share their personal stories with us....and you will see why this is my favorite give-away!

186 comments:

  1. Nancy, you are most generous and kind. I would love to be entered in this giveaway. There are many things to be thankful for -- my family and friends, good health, living where we live in VA/belonging to our community, belonging to the stitching community, being able to make choices and so on.

    Wishing you and yours a very blessed month of November!

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  2. Thank you again for always thinking about your viewers. I am thankful for my health and family. I know of too many people who are suffering at the moment. Thankful for so much.
    gasuski@mac.com

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  3. After just losing my Mom I’m so very Thankful for the Love of family♥️ Blessings Nancy to you & family

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  4. Nancy thank you again for offering these generous giveaways! I am thankful for having discovered the online stitching community and so many wonderful kindred spirits who still enjoy needlework.

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  5. As always you are so generous. I am thankful for my family and friends and that for the most part I am in good health. We have a roof over our heads and food on the table. And I am grateful for all of my stitching friends.

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  6. I'm thankful for your generosity, Nancy! And for my truly amazing family :)

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  8. I am thankful for opportunities my child has.

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  9. I am thankful for the talents given to me and all the friends that join me in stitching...I'm truly blessed.

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  10. Thank you for your generosity!

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  11. I am thankful for my family and friends. I couldn't be the person I am without them. Thanksgiving is on my birthday this year! It would be a great birthday gift. I love your floss. Purples, blues, green, and gold. Cross posted to Facebook. Thank you!

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  12. I am so grateful for the many blessings I've had in my life - from family, friends, and my health to my tiny rescue pup that "rescued" me. Nancy, you are one of the most generous and kind spirits I've had the pleasure of "knowing" in my life. Hope God's Grace keeps you safe, healthy and content with the wonderful choice you made with your life - to share with the stitchers in the world!!!

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  13. Thank you for your generosity and the giveaways. I am thankful to be able to stitch and have lots of friends to enjoy it with.

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  14. There are so many things to be thankful for. Jesus, salvation, family, friends, health just to name a few. Thank you for the contest and the beautiful floss I get each month!. Teresa

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  15. I am thankful for my healthy children and grandchildren. For my 2 wonderful son in laws and that my husband retired 2 years ago!

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  16. I am thankful for my husband and children. They are always there for me no matter how big or small the issue.

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  17. I am thankful for my wonderful husband, daughter and son in law! I am thankful for my sister and her family. I am thankful for the health of myself and the rest of my family. I am thank for the cross stitch community i have found on FB. And lastly, i am thankful to live in the USA. Floss and fabric....

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  18. I am so thankful for the family and friends who support and love me. But I am very thankful for having choices! We forget how lucky we are that we have choices, seems simple, but so many in the world don't and being able to choose anything you want in life whether it be simple or big choices is very special

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  19. Thankful for family, friends, health and well-being. Love FB groups and the generosity of all stitchers and mostly designers and or shop owners.

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  20. Very exciting as everything you have is the best. I'm very thankful for my husband first because he is the best of the best and my children who have grown to be amazing adults. To all my family and friends who keep life full and happy.And my job which allows me to make life better for many every day. I am blessed.

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  21. I am using your threads on the cardinal piece, they are great! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  22. Thankful first and foremost for the gift of our Savior Jesus Christ and a faith that is growing. I am grateful for the blessings of a wonderful, loving husband, our sons, their wives and beautiful and healthy grandkids. I am also blessed to have time to indulge in my love of stitching. Thank you for your generosity!

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  23. There are so many things that I am thankful for - the health and happiness of family and friends. This stitching community is also a blessing. Thank you Nancy for your generosity!

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  24. Very thoughtful giveaway! I love your flosses: vibrant, clean, and colourful.
    Sharing.

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  25. MY SHARES:

    https://plus.google.com/+TerriPatillo/posts/W72BUeWpZGR

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/286049013818513622/

    https://twitter.com/Stitchwraith1/status/1059141725795553281

    http://gatheringmyroses.tumblr.com/post/179759527334/be-ye-thankful-give-away-enter-now

    https://www.facebook.com/terri.patillo/posts/10217972869817430

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  26. So thankful for love and support from family and friends and for the men and women (and their families) who serve, and have served, in our military.

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  27. Thank you for a chance for you're very generous giveaway . I'm so thankful for my family that lifts up and surrounds and supports us.

    Linda m

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  28. I am thankful for my family and good health.

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  29. I am thankful that my immediate family all lives nearby, that we see our grandkids regularly, and that we're all healthy. Of the friends and family that we lost this past year, I'm thankful that they were part of our lives. Thank you for another opportunity to win one of your many giveaways.

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  30. I am thankful for my husband and all he does for our little family of two. I am thankful for my parents, they are not only my mom and dad but they are two of my very best friends! I am so thankful for them! And I’m so thankful for my new group of stitchy friends that I get to meet up with once a month, they have helped a girl who doesn’t have many friends get out to enjoy some lovely moments visiting and stitching. And I’m thankful for the opportunity to win in this amazing giveaway! Thank you!

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  31. Would love to be entered in the Thanksgiving giveaway

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  32. I am thankful for a home and food on the table and my sweet cat Bella. And for all of the friends i have made in the cross stitching community. Each and every one is a blessing. Thank you for another awesome giveaway

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  33. I am thankful for my friends who include me in their holiday celebrations so I am not home alone on the holidays! Thank you for a wonderful drawing Nancy! I'd love a large assortment of all kinds of colors of your flosses!

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  34. Thankful for three healthy happy kids!

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  35. I am thankful that I have a family who loves me!

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  36. It hardly seems possible that it's that time of year again! Thank you for your generosity in sharing the things you make with your own hands. That ability is certainly something for which to be thankful. =) I'm thankful to have enough of what I need. So many people in the world don't have enough of anything they need. I feel I have an abundance of blessings in a sturdy little car, a warm tight house, food on the table and more waiting to be prepared. I have friends who love me and share my interests, and family who might not share the interests, but love me anyway. I'm thankful for the beauty of the world we have been given, and the fact that things are always changing, so I never get bored. I'm thankful for classical music, classic books, and still being able to create and function well. I'm grateful for a Heavenly Father and a Savior, and I could go on for about a hundred more pages. My blessings overflow, and I'm grateful for all of them. Thanks for the opportunity to think about these things and feel them.

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  37. I am thankful for my family and friends and of course, everyday I wake up...shared to fb...thanks Nancy

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  38. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!! Thank you for your wonderful products!

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  39. Im thankful that I have a roof over my head, clothes on my back, food in my belly, and a family to share those things with. ThnkT you again for your generosity!

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  40. I am thankful for my husband and my family. I am thankful for a roof over my head and for food in my stomach. I am thankful for the hobby of cross stitch where I am able to do what I love and I'm able to forget about things going on in my life just by sitting down to stitch. I am thankful for my wonderful new stitchy friends I just met in my NWI Needle Nerds group I belong to. Finally sweet friends that I have something in common with and I'm able to actually talk to these friends about the hobby I love. And for my first stitchy friend I met in person, Linda Craig that I truly appreciate and love. You are a great friend Linda! And for all the makers of patterns and flosses that I enjoy and that make my love of cross stitch something I cherish.

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  41. I am thankful that my husband's chemo is going well. Love Fall colors.

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  42. I am thankful for most every thing in my life. God has been so good to me. I want for nothing—maybe more of your threads. Please enter me in this give away.

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  43. I am thankful for the generosity of stitchers lI'llke you! Please enter me into the drawing!

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  44. Thank you, Nancy. You are always so generous and kind. I, too, am thankful for my family and home. God has blessed us so much.

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  45. Nancy, again, thank you for your generosity! I am thankful for God, my husband, children and the grandchildren that give me constant delight. I am blessed with relatively good health, and a home and food. And the time and ability to stitch, which is a blessing indeed. Thank you for entering me in your drawing!

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  46. I am thankful for that fact that I can open my eyes every morning and to be able to see a beauty of our world and don`t feel any pain in my body. To know I can do whatever I want to do and to live here and now -these things make me feel happy and grateful.

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  47. I am thankful for so many things but one very basic thing is for the gift of my eyesight. My mother is blind with glaucoma and watching her slowly lose the ability to appreciate the sight of beautiful things that she loves makes me so grateful that I do not take my vision for granted. I try to help her see through my eyes but she often comments that she is sad that she cannot clearly see my needlework. It’s a great lesson that I also taught my children—to always be mindful of thankful for the amazing things in life that usually go unnoticed.

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  48. Thank you Nancy for your generosity. I am thankful for my family, health and having the gift of life to enjoy each day. Wishing you and your family a Blessed Thanksgiving .

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  49. I am thankful for family, that I can still work to provide for myself and my children as they struggle with their own families. Although my health is not the greatest, compared to most my age, it is still pretty darn good. I am also thankful for my friends and co-workers. They are my extended family. And I am thankful for my internet stitching friends and the generosity of Nancy and this blog.

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  50. I continue to be thankful for the blessings I share with family and friends...
    Patricia

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  51. I am thankful for the gift of life and every little blessing that comes my way and for family and friends that make life more meaningful.

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  52. Thank you for your generosity. With each passing year I am evermore thankful for health and family. Everything else is icing on the cake.

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  53. I am very thankful my hubby finally came home from the hospital. I am thankful for our new kitty Jax. My smokey passed this year

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  54. I am thankful that my elderly parents & uncle are still with me. I am thankful that I have a job (even if it makes me crazy) and a place to live, and a neurotic cat that loves me. Last, but not least, I am thankful that you are such a generous soul and do such awesome giveaways!

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  55. Thank you for your generosity. I am thankful for my family and stitching friends. Also thankful for every day that I get to stitch.

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  56. I'm thankful for the many friends and family members that God has blessed me with, for the house I was able to purchase this year with my parents help, for the blessing of learning to lean on God through the financially tight times that I'm dealing with right now, for His many provisions through out all of them. Thank you for the blessing of this giveaway!

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  57. I am so thankful and blessed for my loving family, their love surrounds me each and every day. Thank you for sharing your talents with us all.

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  58. I am thankful for my family and friends. That even though we are all spread far and wide and are not always together for the holidays we still remain close. I am thankful for my guy and his little guy and how much they've added to my life. For my furry loved ones.

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  59. I am thankful for my family and good health.

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  60. I am thankful for all things that God the Father has done in my life and the blessings He has given of which I am not deserving or feel entitled. And thank you Nancy for your very much given generosity to others!

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  61. Nancy, I am thankful for kind people like you that share their talents with us all. I am also thankful this year for the successful heart surgery my husband just underwent.

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  62. I am thankful for the love and values my parents raised me with. They taught me that to have anything, you have to work and work hard for it! And I was taught to have sympathy and empathy for everyone. And I was taught to love God as He first loved me!

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  63. I'm thankful for so many things, like my children and friends, my cats, a roof over my head and food on the table, and your generosity, too! I hope you have a blessed holiday. I shared this on my facebook page as well.
    https://www.facebook.com/cookiekins40

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  64. As always, thank you for your generosity Nancy. I am thankful for our four darling daughters, the fabulous grandchildren that give us so much pleasure, and a husband of 52 years to share all of it with.

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  65. the most important thing i am thankful for is my children,i have been very lucky and love each one and am proud of all 6 of them. They make me grateful everyday.thank you for the chance to win,and ill be sharing thru FB as its only social media i am involved in

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  66. I am thankful that i have an amazing mom and dad who are always there for me. Im thankful for a little brother who buys me stitching stuff just because he knows i like it. Im thankful for 2 nephew's who fill my heart with so much joy, a best firend i couldnt live without and a sister in law who is more a sister than an inlaw. Im also very thankful for all the amazing people and friends i have met therough this wonderfull hobby, and all the people who make the amazing supplies we get to use. Going to post on my instagram @fairytalestitching

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  67. I am thankful for the cat sleeping on my feet and husband sitting next to me, reading. And I am thankful for cross-stitching and Nancy's wonderful hand-dyed thread, although I don't have nearly enough of them! -Marti

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  68. I’m very thankful for my family and of course my cross stitch

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  69. I am thankful for my stitching friends on my online community. I'm also thankful for you, Nancy, and your generosity to your followers.

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  70. I am thankful for a new person who entered my life and reminded me that when one door closes it paves the way for a new door to open. I am thankful to work with amazing people who kept me laughing when things were tough and cheer me on as I near the end of my doctorate. And I am thankful for the best son a girl could ask for.

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  71. I am thankful for my four legged friends and my family. Thank you for being so generous!

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  72. I am thankful for my family and friends, and that I was able to retire early and enjoy my life and my stitching!

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  73. I’m thankful for my friends, family, my job and good eyesight so I can see all those little x’s

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  74. Oh I forgot, I reposted on my blog The Hoopless Stitcher.

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  75. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am thankful to have a close knit family who love to celebrate together.

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  76. I am thankful for a loving husband, who doubles as caregiver when I unwell. I am thankful for your generosity.

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  77. I am thankful for my family and for Santa Nancy. Thanks for your generosity.

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  78. What a blessing you are to so many. Thank you.

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  79. I am thankful for my sweet, supportive husband, and our 2 children, that have grown to be kind and caring adults. I am also very thankful, to be able to say, that I am now 6 years cancer free, after being diagnosed with breast cancer in June of 2012.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, Nancy, and thanks so much for your generosity!

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  80. I am so thankful for every single day that I open my eyes to greet another beautiful day, following a diagnosis of cancer over four years ago. I am also so thankful that my disabled daughter’s health has continued to improve so much during the past year. I am so thankful for the generosity of the army of angels on earth that the good Lord has given all of us to help lift us up when we need a boost – this includes you, Nancy. I wish the happiest of Thanksgivings to you and your family.

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  81. I am thankful and grateful for my family, friends and community.

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  82. I am Thankful for my Health,Family and Friends. I am also very Thankful for living in the USA to have the freedom to enjoy my love of stitching and to be able to worship freely. I am Very Blessed! Thank You for your friendship!

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  83. I am thankful for the wonderful stitching community I have found online. From Facebook to Instagram to Flosstube, I am blessed to have found stitching sisters from all over the world.

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  84. I am most thankful for my family and friends.

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  85. After a nasty fall from a ladder in January that resulted in a concussion and fractured skull, I am extremely thankful for my second chance. I’m so very thankful too for the expertise and caring of the hospital staff and the therapy center where I went for rehabilitation. It’s not too often that we get a second chance, and I’m so grateful to all the people who are in my life.

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  86. I am thankful for my precious family, my wonderful country, and most of all, my Lord and Savior! I am blessed.

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  87. I am most thankful for my grandchildren! What a wonderful gift to have them in my life!

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  88. I am So thankful for my family.... husband, two children and two granddaughters. And for having re-discovered after many years my love for needlework.

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  89. Love reading these comments, as always. I am in Canada, so our Thanksgiving is over, but I am thankful every day for my daughter. As a disabled single mom it can sometimes be overwhelming (she is now 12 1/2). Money can be very tight (most of the time) to make sure she has everything she needs and keep up with rising costs. Trying to be a good example can be difficult when pushing through days of pain and exhaustion. I have few supports and it can be lonely and isolating at times. She is what keeps me going on the bad days. I am so thankful for her (I also had 3 miscarriages and a ruptured ectopic pregnancy. I had a total hysterectomy at age 26). And that she is healthy and has not inherited my condition. I am also thankful that my now legally blind grandma taught me how to cross stitch as a kid and I am still able to do it as a hobby and a productive way to spend some time most days. Thank you for reminding us all to take some time to think about the positive things in our lives. Happy Thanksgiving! Shared to Twitter (@AngBulbeck).

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  90. Way too many blessings to list. I am thankful for God and Jesus, family and friends, my talents, the kindness of strangers, a place to live, clothes to wear, food to eat, the beauty in nature, each new morning that I can greet, and all those small things that mean so much.

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  91. I am always thankful for family and friends. I lost my brother this year so I am especially mindful of life is short.

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  92. I am thankful for my Savior, and all the blessings that He provides on a daily basis: family, friends, my old dog Cody, a warm home, and a car that (usually) works! I am also thankful that Primitve Stitcher mentioned you, so that I could become one of your admiring needleworkers! Thank you, Nancy, for your generosity and warmth, it is much needed these days, and much appreciated. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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  93. I am thankful for good vision after cataract surgery, and the returned ability to enjoy needlework.

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  94. I am thankful for loved ones.

    Cheers!!

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  95. I am thankful for the long lives of my parents, for those who treated them both in hospital this summer and for the carers who continue to help them everyday. We are looking forward to Mums 90th in January. Thank you Nancy. xx

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  96. I am thankful for the health of me and my family, a roof over my head, food in my tummy, no money worries and of course lots of fabric and projects to stitch.

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  97. Thank you Nancy for such lovely you gifts continue to give your fans. Your generosity is such a wonderful thing to be around and I’m so happy I found you and your threads. I am grateful to still be alive each day to spend with my husband and experience all the world has to offer.

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  98. We are so blessed this year. Even though my mom passed, I know one day I will be with her. I am blessed and thankful for my loving husband, my family, my church, but mostly for Jesus.
    Thank you Nancy fr another wonderful giveaway.

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  99. I am so thankful for my family - especially my husband and my mom - they both had heart attacks one month to the day apart - my husband had bypass surgery and my mom is on medication - so everyday spent with them is more precious to me. Sometimes events occur that remind you how short life is and that you should be more aware of what your priorities are.

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  100. I am always Thankful for my family. They are the most important in my life.

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  101. I am so Thankful for my family, especially my son. You see he was born with a sudden death heart defect and he turns 22 on the 25th of November without any major complications. I am all so thankful for cross stitch and the Flosstube community that help get me through some rough times. I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  102. Me too, my husband and kids and grandkids i am most Thankful for Nancy

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  103. I am thankful for my family and good health.

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  104. I’m thankful for my wonderful husband and two amazing children. Thank you Nancy!

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  105. I'm so thankful for my husband and the life we've made together. I'm thankful for my wonderful children, their spouses and my grandchildren...I love the time we get to spend together. Thank you Nancy for doing this!

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  106. I am thankful for this wonderful online stitching community on social media, flosstube, blogs and my sweet little Quaker parrot who also gets a Thanksgiving dinner plate. Thank you for such a lovely holiday giveaway! Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays- I spend three days cooking and a week to eat it all! More time for stitching! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  107. I am thankful for all the stitchers I have met since 2004 on-line and here in Miami. They are wonderful friends and motivators. But most of all I am thankful for my family as we gather around the table at this time of yr. Everyone brings a dish so it's doesn't fall on one person. My Friday after Turkey day means decorating the Christmas tree with all my holiday ornaments. Good Times. Tks for this opportunity.

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  108. I am thankful for my son and fur babies, but very thankful for my Mum. Her help has allowed me to continue serving and become a Chief in the Navy as a single parent.

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  109. I am thankful for you and all the wonderful stitchers and designers who share this wonderful hobby and create such beautiful works of art for all of us to enjoy! Thank you, as always, for your generosity!!

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  110. I am more than thankful for my husband. He is so caring, considerate and kind to everyone; took care of me this past year through a few surgeries and did things that no husband should have to do for their wife! I honestly don't know what I would do without him!

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  111. I am thankful for my Mom this year and always. She has a limited time left and she always has a positive attitude. I hope I can always be as brave and strong like her.

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  112. I am thankful for my family - my husband, my children, my grandchildren, my extended family and for my friends. Together, we have been through all of life's cycles.

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  113. Come, ye thankful people come.
    I’m blessed to have a home, a loving husband and three beautiful children, two of which have college behind them! I’m thankful I’ve revived my crossstitch hobby as I’ve found so much beauty in today’s designs and materials. Beauty is everywhere! Happy Harvest to all!

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  114. I’m thankful for life God has gifted to me! Thanks, Nancy!

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  115. I am so thankful for my family, I have lost my husband and daughter I so treasure my son and his family. I miss the days when we all got together. Thanks Nancy

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  116. I am thankful for my life and good health,for my children who are well educated and successful adults, and for being born in this country where we have freedoms which are unimaginable in so many other parts of the world.

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  117. I love love love your threads and I'm so happy to have them. I would love to win and have more!

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  118. I am thankful for the kindness of strangers, my family, and my home. Thank you for your generosity.

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  119. I'm thankful for my stitchy friends because they've become so much more.

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  120. I am so thankful for my husband my two sons and friends. Thanks for the chance Nancy. I´m posting on my FB
    HUgs

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  121. I am thankful for finding such a wonderful group of people as the cross stitchers.

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  122. I'm thankful this year as we recently got the news that my father's procedure to eemove cancer was successful. It was caught early! Nothing will compare to that for me this year . I'm so thankful.

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  123. I am thankful for our new grandson who will be born next Wednesday๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™ I can’t wait to hold him.

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    1. <3 grandbabies really are our reward for making it through the teen years with our kids. Congratulations!

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  124. I am thankful for my family and friends; and I am thankful for your talents and generosity!

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  125. I am thankful for giveaways that allow me to add to my stash! LOL

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  126. I'm thankful, of course, for all the usual health, family, job etc - but I'm also SO thankful to be able to enjoy this hobby of stitching and share it with so many people I never would have met in my normal daily life but through our shared love of stitching I can now call friends!

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  127. I am thankful for my family and health.

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  128. I am so very thankful for family, good health, and my stitching!

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  129. I am so thankful for my stitching friends, they are like family to me.

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  130. Nancy: I am thankful that I know you through this blog. Your generosity and caring nature remind me of the kindness that does still exist, even if not seen very often from many people. I am thankful for my family and friends (and this includes those I've met, like you, through this wonderful stitching community). Thank you so much for your generosity and kindness - there are many days just coming here to read your blog lifts me up :)

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  131. I am always thankful for this time of year and all of the things that I have been given. My birthday falls on Thanksgiving this year. I would love to win but if not thank you so much for sharing with us!

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  132. This year I an especially thankful for my children. My second boy was in a collision with a motorcycle while riding his bike home from work. He's in rehab and awaiting more surgery, but he is alive! This year will be a grand Thanksgiving!

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  133. I am thankful for a God that loves me always and forever as I am. I am thankful for getting to know you and your wonderful linens and threads and, of course, your blog. I am thankful for a precious rescue dog who loves me uncondionally as well as how I love her. Thank you.

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  134. Thank you Nancy. I'm thankful that my amazing daughter is 3 years cancer free and just married the love of her life. Praying to Facebook now.
    Hugs
    Rose

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  135. Thank you for doing this. I am thankful for all the regular things like family, home, health, and God, but I'm also thankful that I could retire at an earlier age so that I could enjoy all the hobbies I didn't have time for while raising five children.

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  136. I’m thankful for my family and friends

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  137. I'm thankful for my family, partner, and friends that put up with my craziness. that's true love!

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  138. Like so many others, I'm thankful for my Savior Jesus, my family, friends & my health. I'm thankful for your wonderful giveaways. So many people are blessed with your generosity! Please enter me. Posted on facebook
    Christine - nannystitch

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  140. I'm thankful that my mom is living with me and is in pretty good health.

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  141. I too, Ann so thankful to know Christ as my Savior. God has blessed me abundantly. I have so much to be thankful for. I have a beautiful family, a home, food, a wonderful Church family and so much more! God is so good to me!

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  142. I am thankful for everything in my life but in the light of world events and this country the last month, I am thankful every day for the United States of which I was born and thatGid blessed me to place me here in the family that He has given me.
    Cotton Mill Girl onIG.

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  143. I'm adding my voice to the chorus of those wonderful people in the comments section who are so thankful for God, friends, and family. In spite of many difficult things, I always, every day, have something to be thankful for. I think of all of those who are displaced this year because of the world upheavals that have occurred; it is so heartbreaking. May all of our hearts open to those in need in our world, that we may give what we are able to give. That somehow, whatever our circumstances, we find a way to be a blessing to others. And Nancy, thank you for always being a blessing!

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  144. I am always thankful for the people in my life, my health and my personal situation in this world. But most of all, I'm thankful to be here and now. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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  145. I am thankful for this hobby that calms my mind and fosters friendships, for fellow stitchers who are so generous with their time and resources. And that includes you! Thanks Nancy!

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  146. I'm thankful for Jesus and his unfailing constant love. I'm thankful for his sacrifice that means I am free. I'm thankful for the wonderful Husband and daughter as well as family that he gave me. God bless you Nancy and everyone here. -Sara

    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=749355812092983&id=100010557128124

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  147. I would be so thankful to receive these flosses

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  148. I am thankful that I have my health and family.

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  149. I am thankful for everyone in my life!!

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  150. I'm thankful for my salvation by a just and loving God who cares for me.

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  151. I am so thankful for so many things. My life has been so greatly blessed by God. I have a loving husband and family. This stitching community has blessed my life greatly with amazing friendships. Thank you for your generous giveaways and contributions to the stitching community! Social media shares:

    Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/166844361181009186/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christine814/posts/10214425895373607

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/StitchTheThings/status/1059643390663356417

    Blog post: http://stitchallthethings.com/to-do-tuesday-11-6-18-sewing-stitching-finishes/

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  152. I am thankful for ALL my stitchy friends made this year!

    Shared to my FB feed!

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  153. I'm grateful for many of the same things others have mentioned: my family and friends, our home and liberties, the talents I possess that allow me to feel useful. I'm also grateful for the gifts and talents others possess, the fruits of which I enjoy. You are among that number Nancy! Thank you again for giving so generously of your time and talents.

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  154. thank you so much for everything!

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  155. I am thankful for my awesome support system of love from my family and friends and for all the wonderful people I have met and now call friends through the cross stitch community. My stitchy friends have opened up my world to so many different things that I will have to live hundreds of years to experience it all!

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  156. I am, of course, thankful for my family, also the little things in life. The ability to stitch and give those things to people I love and the ability to leave something behind when I'm gone. Thank you for another great giveaway.

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  157. Such beautiful threads! Would love to win them.

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  158. I’m thankful for the unwavering support of my family ❤️

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  159. I am thankful for my family and good health. I’m also thankful I have needlework in my life which brings we joy, creativity and calm.

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  160. I am thankful for blessed assurance, family, friends and health. I am also thankful for the creativity of others who give us beautiful materials to create our own artworks.

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  161. I am thankful for my Wonderful family who have been amazing since I broke my ankle this March and could not do anything for months. I stitched the whole time as I couldn't get up! Love your beautiful flosses!

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  162. After this year not only am I deeply thankful for my family I am also thankful to be alive with most of my intestines!

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  163. I have many things to be thankful for this year...I got married a month ago, so I'm thankful for my husband, but also for the friends and family who made that day extra special. And I am especially thankful that I got to share that my grandparents were there to celebrate with us :)

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  164. Thank you Nancy. I am thankful for my family . especially my brothers and sisters we list our dad lastbaugula and whike it was an extremely sad time for us it made us even closer

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  165. So many things that I am thankful for!! There are way too many to list, but most of all, I am thankful for my Salvation in Jesus the Christ. I am thankful that I was born in the USA. And I am thankful for my two beautiful step-daughters and four grandsons. I was never able to have children of my own, so they are such a blessing and I love them all dearly (thankful for my hubby, too, of course!). And lastly, I am thankful for Nancy, her beautiful floss, fabrics, patterns and generosity! Now, pick me!!! :D LOL!

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  166. I am thankful for my family and friends and for having a job that allows me to enjoy all the beautiful things in life that make it worth living.

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  167. Yes, we all have lots to be thankful for that unfortunately we take for granted many times. I am thankful among other things for the wonderful groups of stitchers I have become friends with. This is such a caring and wonderful community of people.

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  168. I would like to enter you Thanksgiving give away. I am so thankful for the health of my family, especially that I got news today that my sister in law that was diagnosed Oct 1st with stage 4 Lung and Liver cancer after two rounds of chemo is down to stage 1 Lung and Liver cancer and with one more round of chemo she hopefully will be cancer free. Thank you God.
    Paula Shelgren

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  169. I am thankful for all of the support from my stitching friends after my husband passed away earlier this year. You are all the reason I could again pick up my sewing. I am blessed to have this community of friends in my life.

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  170. I am thankful for my family and their loving support. Wishing you and yours a lovely Thanksgiving.

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  171. I am thankful for...Nancy Turner obviously! But also, I am so thankful for my health, for a strong supportive family, wonderful friends, a man who chooses to love me more than I sometimes think I deserve, step-children who have chosen to call me mom long after the divorce was final, and finally a long 30 year career with the same company. My life is awesome!

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  172. I’m thankful for my first grandchild being born healthy. She’s adorable. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving. ❤️

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  174. I'm thankful for a wonderful group of stitchy friends that I've made in just the last few years and that a very recent one introduced me to your blog! I'm also especially grateful for my health and being able to stitch in the evening to my heart's content. Thank you for this giveaway and Happy Thanksgiving! I just wanted to add that I've posted this giveaway to my Facebook page. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  175. I am thankful for the many opportunities the Lord gives me everyday to make a difference in the lives of children!! Nancy- wishing you many blessings this Thanksgiving!

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  176. Thanksgiving makes me thankful for f
    And friends. This is my favorite Holiday because family gathers just to be together. Love one another....

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  178. Once again another beautiful giveaway. Thank you so much for the chance to win. What I am most thankful for......I was given one to three weeks to live over four years ago. I had a blood disease that doctors have no idea how it starts or how to cure it for sure. I was sent home from the hospital. Three weeks later, my platelet count started to rise. God began to work on me and today I am 100 percent healed. So every new day is a blessing to me.
    I will announce your giveaway on Facebook and also on my blog.
    Thanks again, and I would love Aida and charts. Of course all your threads are beautiful too Thanks again. LindaLee

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