Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Virtual Cookie Exchange Day Two

I'm so excited for Day 2 of the Virtual Cookie Exchange!
The recipes and traditions that were posted yesterday had my mouth
watering and my thoughts thinking of all the traditions my family celebrates.


Here's the amazing bloggers sharing their recipes and traditions:

December 5 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Stained Glass Flowers paper piecing patterns from
Whims and Fancies for two lucky winners!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Give thanks to MooseStash Quilting for this amazing
giveaway of Island Batik fabric!



Home Sewn By Us is giving away a Cutting Gizmo and more!

23 comments:

  1. I would love to make a cookie jar quilt for my DIL.

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  2. The favorite tradition that comes to mind is stockings. Even though my kids are grown, I still hang their stocking on the fireplace every year & fill them on Christmas Eve. Makes them feel like kids again.

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  3. Exciting! Day Two! I am enjoying "meeting" new Friends! What a wonderful way to celebrate the time of year! One of my favorite cookies is definitely the Wedding Cookie. ~

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  4. My all time favorite cookie is the chocolate chip cookie. My favorite Christmas cookie is the Thrumbprint cookie

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  5. For a Wonderful cookie Quilt Idea! Why not gingerbread land!!!!

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  6. My favorite cookie is plain ole sugar cookies. Enjoy your day!

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  7. How about a double stuffed Oreo quilt?

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  8. I Pecan crescents are my fav. I could eat the whole batch lickety splitt!,,

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  9. I love pumpkin cookies and plan to make some this weekend. I love just about pumpkin everything this time of year.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  10. My family has a large family and friends dinner every year and we play bingo or trivia to win prizes with the goal for everyone to take something home. The gifts are $7 or under, anyone can contribute and everyone who attends wins. last year my sister and I made so many handmade gifts we had plenty of extras. We usually have around 40-50 people attend.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  11. Thanks to all for all the yummy recipes and goodies ... :-) Pat

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  12. Chocolate chip cookies - of course - from a chocoholic! Thank you, Susan

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  13. A fussy cut block quilt from cookie fabric? Thank you, Susan

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  14. Fried Turkey - in my amazing greaseless turkey fryer! Thank you, Susan

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  15. My favorite cookie is the good old chocolate chip!

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  16. Woohoo made it through all the cookie posts. Now to sew. :D

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  17. My favorite cookie - is usually what is in front of me! In this case it's what recipe is in front of me! Yum! Thanks for the chance!

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  18. Hmm - I had to look up cookie quilt! What came up were beautifully decorated cookies! What fun! Would be great to somehow color marzipan and use that to make the cookie tops! It would then be a great project to make a table top with some of the same designs! : )

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  19. I love the Mexican Wedding cookies. We always have a day when the granddaughters come over and we bake cookies. It's a great tradition.

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  20. Well, I never met a cookie I didn't like, but for this contest lets say Sugar Cookies are my most favorite!
    Thanks for all your work and the giveaways!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  21. Enjoying myself immensely. Finding some wonderful recipes I want to try and also some great NEW blogs.

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  22. First of all, you are amazing for coming up with this and getting it going. Funny story, when Amy Gibson came out with her book, "Quilt Block Recipe Book", my mom was visiting and picked it up thinking it was an actual recipe/cookbook. She was really disappointed but I just had to laugh. I actually wrote to Amy saying that her book had such great photo layouts and a companion recipe would have been a nice addition. Amy is busy giving birth to another baby and I see no follow up book in the works. However, you hit upon a fabulous idea for the holidays. Thank you so much. I am now following several new bloggers thanks to you. In addition, I am baking and gaining pounds...though I can't blame anyone but myself for that! Finally, I admit to being a little jealous that I'm not a part of this incredible virtual bake-off so I will now head over to my own blog and write my own post, as if I'm part of your very privileged group. Give me a little time, after I make steaks for dinner, and I'll have a post as well to my very few current followers. No giveaway, but a blog and facebook post with a great recipe, a shout out to you and of course, some quilting inspiration. https://thatfabricfeeling.wordpress.com/
    Thank you for leading us in a great holiday mood booster with recipes to cherish for a long time. I wouldn't at all be sad to see a repeat of this for summer picnic salad recipes or another great time of year!!! Hint...hint...

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