Monday, September 19, 2016

Let's Get Quilting 2016 - McAnderson's Farm - 13 pc bundle giveaway



Leanne Anderson of The Whole Country Caboodle has designed this cute farm line, and all the barnyard is here!   This collection, called McAnderson's Farm is for all animal lovers, but especially those of us that hold dear memories of farm experiences in our younger years.




66 comments:

Linda said...

SUCH A CUTE BUNDLE! THIS WOULD BE JUST RIGHT FOR MY NEXT BABY CHARITY QUILT!
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Kathy E. said...

I am a city girl, but my husband grew up on a farm. There are several farms near us!

ledamewood said...

Love this. I make so many childrens' quilts, this fabric would make a lovely addition.

Allison CB said...

Country girl....maybe Mountain girl....LOL

Betsy said...

City girl

Bernie Kringel said...

We have had various farm homes. Once we had a twenty acre vineyard which was a blast. Now we live on three acres with a chicken coop and a vegetable/fruit garden that consumes about 1/3 acre.

Aimee said...

Country girl my whole life. Grew up with chickens, meat rabbits, beef cows, goats, & my mom always had a small garden. Currently own 19 chickens, & a rabbit (pet, not food) on the way, & I'm working on learning how to grow things. Milk goats are in my future, as soon as I can convince the Husband we need them. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

Beth said...

I am living in the country now--complete with chickens, mini horses, and a long gravel road.

Jen said...

How cute! I just love the colors in this line.

jec said...

absolutely adorable....living in the east visiting the farms of the Amish was always something my boys looked forward to when they were young. thanks for the generous give-a-way

lindawwww said...

I'm a city girl. I visited a farm but never lived on one.

Joanna said...

I am a city girl who always wished she was country, or at least rural.

teachpany said...

What an adorable collection! I'm a country girl that lives close to a city. I lived in the mountains for a while, and I miss it.

joanne roberts said...

country girl all my life. that McAnderson collection is too stinking cute. fingers crossed I get to win some. thank you

Vicki H said...

I have lived in the suburbs of Mpls, MN. We did get to visit relatives on a farm. That's when I found out I don't like chickens.

Miriam said...

Such a cute collection. I have grand nieces and nephews who visit our farm and love the animals... like I did at Grandma's and Grandpa's when I was a tot.

Lisa Marie said...

More country than city, maybe a "suburbs" girl. Although when I was young we lived across the road from my great grandparents' farm and I remember the cows and chickens. By the time I was a teenager though, they had retired from farming and the farm became a housing development. I do love the whimsical farm-themed fabrics!

OhioLori said...

Loooove this Bundle!! would make a Quilt for our Granboy!! He loves Farm things!! 'Specially his Papa's big green Tractor!! How fun it would be to surprise him!! :)

thankyou for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :D

Vroomans' Quilts said...

How cute! Love the panel and the complimenting lines are perfect accents.

Irene Storteboom said...

I was born and raised on the city, but have lived in the country since we got married 51 years ago. Wouldn't dream of living anywhere else! But I've never lived on a farm, just raised lots of veggies over the years.

Lee said...

I was raised in the city but my grandparents and extended family were in the country. My husband grew up in the country too!

Emily C said...

I'm a mix. I lived on a farm when I was little and moved to a larger town around high school. I don't like the super hustle and bustle of the city, but I love access to all the shops =)
i'm middle ground. Large town to have plenty of shops, but not super expensive cost of living and decent traffic congrestion(wait times aren't bad here).

mangozz said...

I am a city girl.

Karen Goongs said...

I just love this fabric and I know the perfect little boy who would receive a gift made with it.

WoolenSails said...

I am a country girl, and I grew up in an old farmhouse and two historic farms near us.

Debbie

Renea said...

Love this fabric. Sew cute and my grandchildren would love it. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Amy said...

Ohh my this is just adorable. I am a country girl who lives in a small town. Love animals and the beauty of the country.

Lori Smanski said...

I am a farm girl. I grew up on a farm in CA. My 3 brothers and sister and I learned so much living on a farm. And being involved in F-H really was awesome.

Havplenty said...

I am truly a city/urban girl but growing up some of my family moved to rural America. They were farmers and had chickens, cows and pigs. I remember spending time on these farms playing on the tractors and running with the chickens. I remember the outhouses and barns and pig pens. Yes I am truly an urban/city girl with memories of enjoying a farm in my youth.

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Karen Hootman said...

It would make a nice quilt.

Bec said...

I'm a country girl. When I was young we rented a farm house where the landlord had horses and cows. Now I live on 12 acres and we have a big vegetable garden. I do a lot of canning every summer. :) Thanks for the cool giveaway!

Janie said...

I have a brand new grandson he was born 07/20/2016. He lives in Seattle. I live in the country. I think he needs this fabric made into a quilt so he can learn that these animals do exist. Thank you for a lovely giveaway.

DebrafromMD said...

I am definitely a country girl at heart.

Crickets Corner said...

I'm both. I grew up in a small town then we moved to a farm outside of town. When I was older we moved to the city for twenty years and now I'm back in a small town. Guess life goes full circle.

minibea12 said...

I was raised in a big city but my dad spent his youth on a farm. He would take us to the country to visit farms often.
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GranChris said...

I live in the country and love it. You can see the stars at night. No streetlights out here.

hueisei said...

I'm more to a city girl. I used to visit with my uncle who owned a fruit farm when I am a little girl.

Susan L. said...

I am definitely a country girl! There are many farms around us, but I have never lived on one.

KaHolly said...

I'm a country girl! But no farm experience! Very cute bundle! Thanks for a chance to win!

Michele T said...

This collection is adorable, I see a sweet baby quilt with them!!

Michele T said...

This collection is adorable and would make a sweet baby quilt and other baby accessories!!

Kathy said...

country girl born to the soul - my grandparents were farmers and I grew up on a farm. I loved every minute of it.

LeAnne said...

I'm a country girl. This fabric is so much fun.

Sarah@123quilt said...

I grew up in the city but my in-laws live on a farm so I get to experience "farm" life ever time we go for a visit! Thanks for the chance to win!

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I am a country girl. We always had a garden and fruit trees when I was growing up,
This fabric would make a great baby quilt for a little boy.

Smiley said...

Definitely a country bumpkin trying to adapt to life in the city!

Smiley said...

I'm definitely a country bumpkin trying to adapt to life in the city! I'd be delighted to win these country print fabrics to mak a cosy quilt to curl up in another working in the city!

barbara woods said...

Country girl, retired on 22 achres

Debbie Rogowski said...

I am a city girl who went to Texas and did the whole 'old MacDonald's' farm thing. chickens, guineas, rabbits a horse and a few cows (just one at a time). I've even grown a few gardens too. But I guess I'm still true to my city girl roots

Jacque said...

I'm a country girl! It's about twenty miles to the "big city"! Beautiful bundle of fabrics!

Dawn said...

I consider myself a country girl, although growing up I mainly lived in town. Now I live in the country.

MtnJudy said...

What a cute line of fabric!

scottylover said...

I am a city girl with ties to the country. That is where my parents were raised, so I am a little of both, I guess!

Sandy A

Judy1522 said...

I am now a city girl but growing up I was a country girl.

Joyful Quilter said...

I'm a wannabe country girl...love the outdoors, animals and working in the yard but the job pulls me into the city.

Lee Ann L. said...

At heart, I am a country girl and we are sort of living out in the country; but, I cannot live without city amenities! I must travel once a week to the city to get my shopping and/or city fix. :-)

Nancy said...

I'm country! I live on 18 acres outside of a town of 2600 people. Our whole parish (county) only has 26,000 people. We have dogs and chickens, 2 ponds, and love it!

allthingzsewn said...

Such a cute bundle. As a child while we did not live on the farm, we raised beef cattle on thee farm. Now as an senior adult I live on the farm, but only have a few chickens.

JANET said...

Guess you could say I am 90% city, 10% farm. We have had chickens and game birds in the past.

Danette Stankovich said...

I am a country girl, at heart. My Aunt had a farm when I was growing up and we loved to go there and ride the ponies. Plus, just hang out on the porch. Great memories! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

anna brown said...

Very cool love fall fabrics ty for giveaway.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

Sherri said...

This collection is dear to my heart. I'm definitely a city girl with farm roots from both paternal and maternal grandparents. The summers on their Kansas farms were memorable and magical. I would love to work with such great designs.

Monica said...

I'm a city gal!

Diane Beavers said...

Very much a city girl.
Not much Country life for about 30 miles, so it's a great way to get out and take a breahter from sitching (i can't believe i said that:).
State Fair coming this week so I will be enjoying walking thru the farm animal barns, watching the tractor pulls and sampling apple butter and all the farm Autumn goodness. Thank you so much

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Smiley said...

I love Glass fabric designs! Any chance of a giveaway trip to the Glass factory in future to see the whole process? It would be like winning a trip to Disneyland for this gal!! :-)

barbara woods bewtjw@gmail.com said...

beautiful fabric