3X for Emphasis

I love that my husband will see this post in his email (yes, he subscribes!), and know that the title is for him.  It’s a sweet little inside joke between us…years ago, before we were married and while he was stationed overseas with the Army, we’d write letters and tell each other “I love love love you.  3X for emphasis.”  I don’t know who started it, but it stuck.  Now, all things that are truly lovely…lazy weekends, peanut butter bars, and bedtime stories…are loved thrice, for emphasis of course.

So X3 it is today- 3 lucky winners from this week of fabric giveaway shenanigans.  You all left a TON of fabulous comments!  You know it’s always so important to me to reply to each and every one of you, and I’m working on it, but if you stopped by and said hi this week but haven’t heard back yet, bear with me.  :)  Sometimes the babies say “no laptop!”…alas, I’m a mom pulled in many directions.

Congrats Adena!  You won the FreeSpirit solids bundle!

Congrats Beth Lehman!  You won the FQ bundle of Cloud 9 fabrics, and the 2 patterns from Lunden Designs!

And lastly…

Congrats Celia Hirschenhofer!  You won the $20 gift card to Pink Castle Fabrics!  Thanks so much to Jennifer of Ellison Lane who organized that super fun Deck the Halls Series!  If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out all the holiday tutorials, pop over and have a browse!

I’ll be emailing you ladies shortly to get your info!  Happy Monday all!



  1. beth lehman says:

    thanks, lady!! how fun! (elizabethlehman@hotmail.com – just to make it easier!)

  2. Congrats to the winners!!!
    I love, love, love that you say that for emphasis – when we are hanging up on the phone, we always say “love” instead of bye. My daughter and I started it, but now we have other family members saying it also – sort of like sending love instead of a good bye.

  3. Amy, I had a day to myself yesterday and spent the whole time watching ALL the videos of the Craftsy BOM 2012. Can I say I love x3 you as a teacher? You’re wonderful! Near the end the hubs and kids came home and they ended up sitting down at the table and watch you piece together the more intricate blocks in the Fall months. They were enthralled too. It was cute to watch them watch you! :) I will be tackling all those techniques next year as I grow in skills and look forward to tackling another blanket in “real” time with you in 2013. Merry Christmas!

  4. How exciting to be one of the winners, Amy!!! You made my Monday….

    Love, love, love, this blog!!!


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