My Favorite Things Giveaways: Day 1 - AURIFIL!

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Welcome to the first ever Sew at Home Mummy "My Favorite Things" themed giveaways!

I'm so excited about this line-up I've got for you all - these giveaways will run daily from December 1-4, with each day being sponsored by my FAVORITE companies.

I really do take serious consideration when taking on sponsors here at Sew at Home Mummy. I never promote products or companies I don't believe in and use myself, and I don't ever suggest products I'm not absolutely in love with.

So. That said. Have you ever seen Oprah's "Favorite Things" week? You know, where she gives her audience cars/cookbooks/fabulous trips/kitchen gadgets/{insert fabulous gifts here}?

I always wished I was sitting in that audience.

I thought to myself - how fun would it be to have a series of giveaways here to kick off the month of December?

So I contacted some of the wonderful companies who sponsor me, and, in the case of today's giveaway, who's products I love SO much I just had to contact the boss at Aurifil and see if he'd mind sending me some stuff to give away to all of my readers.

(THANK YOU TO MR. VERONELLI AT AURIFIL!!)

Have you ever used Aurifil thread?

If not, where have you been?

Ha ha ha. I jest! I jest!

(no. seriously. If you don't win one of these packages, please, for the love of all things quilty, treat yourself to one of these spools. I bet you never go back).

Aurifil's 50wt Quilting Threads
image courtesy of Aurifil.com
Aurifil is an Italian-based thread company which produces the most gorgeous cotton, wool, polyester and nylon mono-filament threads I've ever used. Established in 1983, Aurifil is an accomplished Italian company based near Milano, with a full- grown experience in producing superior quality cotton threads for professional and domestic quilters. They make threads in all different weights, including floss, and their new, re-vamped website has fantastic tips on how to utilize each type of thread weight.

I personally use their 50wt and 12wt most frequently. The 50wt is absolutely wonderful for piecing - it has little to zero lint, and because of its finer weight, I change my bobbin so much less frequently than other 50wts. Despite being a finer thread, I don't find any difference in tensile strength compared to other brands, and, because it's cotton, it doesn't tend to 'slip' out of the ends of seams when I'm piecing like a poly 50wt would (in my experience).

Aurifil's 12wt Embellishment and Sashiko threads
image courtesy of Aurifil.com
The 12 wt I use most frequently for pretty topstitching (such as blanket or zig-zag/satin stitching open edges when appliqueing or reverse-appliqueing) and when machine binding quilts (again with a top-stitch blanket stitch or zig in the ditch). I've also used the 12 wt to add a bit of texture to my straight-stitch quilted projects. It also makes an awesome, sturdy, button thread.

And - I use it in my machine. I don't hand stitch anything if I can help it. I'm
a) a horrible hand-stitcher
b) terribly impatient
...so this 12wt goes nicely on the top spool pin, a 50wt in the bobbin, a TopStitch 90/14 needle in the machine, and away I go!

Okay!

Enough of the jibber jabber! On to the giveaways!

FIVE lucky winners will walk away with some super fabulous Aurifil goodies!!

Grand Prize:
12 spool pack of "Botanical" colorway!

Prize 2:
Neutrals sample pack, floss, and Filato Lana 12 color card!

Prize 3:
6 full-sized spool Aurifil Sample Pack in varying neutral weights

 Prize 4:
Two gorgeous spool sample packs in blues and reds, varying weights!

Prize 5:
Aurifil 50wt Color Card
Botanics 10-spool 50wt pack threads

So! How do you win?

More than one option to win:
each of these are completely optional - you can do as many or as little as you like!

1. Leave a comment below telling me:
if you won a trip to the Aurifil factory and headquarters in Italy, and you could bring home anything you like from their factory, what would you bring home?

2. For additional chances to win: let me know if you follow the shenanigans here at Sew at Home Mummy - Bloglovin'? Instagram? Flickr? Twitter? etc. - make sure to leave your username for me, and each social media account you follow on gains you an entry/comment!
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3. If you are on Instagram, you can share this image below with the hashtag 

#myfavoritethingsaurifil

for a separate entry. Please - no need to comment here that you've shared - just post it on your feed with the hashtag and I'll know to count that entry!



Fine print:

  • International participants welcome
  • Make sure you're not a no-reply Blogger - leave your email address in each comment to be sure I can contact you if you win.
  • Normally, I contact back each person who replies - but given the volume of entries expected, please excuse me if I don't respond to your entry!
  • Giveaway closes December 14, 2014 at 11:59pm. All entries received after that time will be void.
  • Winner chosen by random number.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

And thank you again to Aurifil for sponsoring such a lovely giveaway!
This post contains sponsored and/or affiliate links and/or giveaways.

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530 comments

  1. I would bring home a case of every thread they made. :) They have such great lines of threads and the colors are so vivid.
    I always enjoy reading your blog and thanks for the opportunity to participate in the give away! :)
    Tom

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  2. I also love Aurifil and wanted to say thanks for this giveaway. So generous of Alex, who I would be tempted to take home because you said "anything"! But as a consolation prize, I would bring home every shade of Aurifloss that they make. Who can resist those little wooden spools and an Italian accent?!? 😚💕

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  3. I follow on Bloglovin. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  4. I would be happy with any gift pack I could carry out! The only problem being that if I were at their headquarters, I may never want to leave! Thanks so much for the generous giveaway!

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  5. I follow on Google friends, Bloglovin and Instagram (joycebspaulding). Thanks again!

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  6. What an AMAZING giveaway! I absolutely love Aurifil. Alex sent me some thread a while back and I've never gone back! It's so fabulous, and NEVER breaks, and makes next-to-no fuzz in my machine. I would SO love to win the grand prize, especially, since I just added some sweet Botanics to my stash. BUT I'd love to win ANY Aurifil! Golly, if I went to their factory, I'd love to take home a rainbow collection of big spools, or some giant cones of a range of greys (my favorite for all-purpose piecing and quilting). If they were feeling SUPER generous, I'd take home a spool of each color! One can dream! kitty.wilkin at gmail

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  7. I also follow you. Are you ready?.... on Bloglovin, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr. My usernames are @nightquilter (Twitter and IG) or Kitty Wilkin (Bloglovin, Pinterest) or night.quilter (Flickr). Woo hoo!

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  8. Personally, I think the whole factory will fit right here on the farm!! Cases and cases of thread, in every color...heaven!! I have never used Aurifil, so that would be exciting!

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  9. I follow your blog on bloglovin. Farm Quilting follows you on Twitter and Pinterest. Thank you!!!

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  10. WOW! How awesome this giveaway is! Thank you so much. If I could go to their factory, I would love to bring home every color of every weight that they make.

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  11. I follow you on Bloglovin as Joyce Carter. And also on Twitter as Username--Ccarter13Joyce.

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  12. Awesome giveaway!!! If I went to the factory, I would buy the biggest spool of white they have.

    Dianne

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  13. I follow you on flickr (IT Girl Quilts!!) and IG (dbienick).

    Dianne

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  14. I would bring home every shade of color thread that they have! and a picture with Alex! :)

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  15. I follow you on Bloglovin', IG.. :)

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  16. I would bring YOU some thread and the newest thread color card!

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  17. I have wanted to try Aurifil forever! I would bring home a cone of white and a spool in every color. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. I also follow you on instagram :)

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  19. Would I be able to get a spool of every colour on the plane ??

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  20. I would bring home a year's supply of my most used colors and a sampling of all of the other weight threads to give them a try! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. Oh wow, what a fabulous giveaway Erin, thank you! It sounds like the Aurifil factory has some pretty sweet embroidery machines, I'd find a place for one in my home. Or in it's own home, as it's probably HUGE lol!
    ~Brandy
    brandizzle7133 at gmail dot com

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  22. and I follow you on Bloglovin'

    brandizzle7133 at gmail dot com

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  23. Lots and lots of thread, of course! I like the idea of getting a spool in every color. ;)

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  24. As much as they would let me cart out! I just put my first spool of Aurifil on my machine the other day and I absolutely love it.

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  25. I would bring home a spool of every color! What fun that would be.

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  26. I would love to have a spool of each color and weight. I have my passport and could be ready to go.

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  27. I have been happily following your blog with GFC.

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  28. Pinterest follower as Vicki Hill

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  29. Me too I would love to have a sample spool of each of those yummy threads.

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  30. I am a follower with bloglovin'

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  31. Oh my. What would I bring home from Aurifil. One of every thread they make. Yes I would.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  32. I follow you on Bloglovin.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  33. I also follow on Instagram as Summer_Stitcher.

    If I made it to their factory that would probably not be the time to cheap out on threads. :)

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  34. I hate to admit that I've never tried this thread....pitiful, I know. I'd love to just have an assortment of colors and weights to give them a try. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  35. I follow with Bloglovin.... and...

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  36. I also follow with GFC. Thanks again!

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  37. Wow! What a way to kick off December!! I'm one of those rare people who haven't tried Aurifil yet, so I'd love some free Aurifil to try! And if I could go to the factory in Italy, I would bring back as much thread as possible to share with wonderful quilty friends :)

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  38. I follow on Bloglovin (Devoted Quilter).

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  39. I also follow on IG (@devotedquilter).

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  40. Ohh, I would bring home a spool of every color of 50 weight --and I think I would also like to have the 12 weight for a hand sewn look!

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  41. I follow you with feedly and with blog lovin.'

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  42. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN' !
    (username is lindadouglas35)

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  43. I'm sure I'd bring home a lot of good ideas in addition to as much thread as I could afford. :)

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  44. HI, I'D LIKE TO BRING HOME THIS NEAT COLLECTION: Vanessa Christenson Aurifil Color Me Happy Thread Collection 12 Large Spools ! THANKS FOR A GREAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  45. I'm with a lot of people who want a spool of every color. In addition, I'd want 10 spools each of white, cream, off-white, light, medium and dark grey and black!

    I follow you on Google plus.

    tcbohling at gmail dot com

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  46. Lots of thread, of course! I like the idea of bringing home a little bit of each color. And lots of neutrals. :)

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  47. I wouldn't know what to choose since I haven't tried it yet, but piecing weight neutrals would be great plus maybe some quilting 12 wt in different colours!

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  48. I've been following you for a whoe on Feedly

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  49. Love, Love Aurifil, could I take home their machines and equipment so I could make my own thread any color and any time that I wanted?

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  50. I follow you on bloglovin, ermajo2000 at yahoo dot com, as Mara Capron

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  51. And I follow you on Flickr, as grecomara

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  52. I would bring home A rainbow of colors. I have not yet tried Aurifil, and I would really love to see what it is all about!

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  53. I follow on Instagram! @jdzwief

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  54. I follow on Twitter! @jdzwief

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  55. One of everything......imagine the whole rainbow in the sewing room!

    t_ktl@yahoo.com

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  56. I follow via bloglovin

    t_ktl@yahoo.com

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  57. I follow on Instagram AzAndee

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  58. I am also on the flickr group! :)

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  59. I would bring home thread, thread, and more thread - some of each kind and color!

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  60. Starting to sound like a stalker, lol! I would just enjoy the trip to Italy I cannot imagine what I would bring home from the factory...some yummy thread I guess!

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  61. I would bring back one of each spool of thread. Or maybe a key to the factory, so I could sneak back in and "borrow" some thread any time I needed it. That's after I win the lottery and can afford to fly to Italy whenever I want, lol!

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  62. I would want everything, of course. But if it could only be one thing, it would be a large cone of the multi coloured grey 50wt cotton. It's perfect for piecing everything!

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  63. I follow you on bloglovin'.
    jennidbrown(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  64. a job! i would love to work there!
    jennidbrown(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. Can't outdo Phyllis Y: key to the factory sounds like a great idea--plus something like a bus pass for the airlines so I could go whenever.

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  66. I follow the blog and usually reply as knitnkwilt, but am using Google handle today so you have email. I have no idea how I follow the blog, only that it comes in my reader when you post.

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  67. Does following the Classic Meets Modern group on FlickR count? I think my name on FlickR is just Claire

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  68. all the thread they would let me carry out of there! Thanks

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  69. I would get as much thread, of various weights and colors, as would fit in a carry-on bag and a color card. Sure wouldn't want to check a bag with such precious contents. Thank you and Aurifil for a fabulous giveaway!

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  70. Wow the trip alone would be amazing!! I would for sure pick up a color card and Valori Wells Large Aurifil Thread Box....just love those brights!

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  71. Wow! what a giveaway. If I went to the Aurifil factory I would bring all the 12 weight wool thread home with me.

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  72. i am a new follower on bloglovin'

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  73. I would have to get all the colors of thread available!
    I'm curious about machine sewing with the 12 weight thread. I have a Pfaff machine and tried once to use a heavy weight thread of a different brand and my machine just would not do it.

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  74. I'm guessing I can't bring the factory home! So a couple suitcases full of thread is about all I could wish for?!

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  75. Wow what a great prize I love Aurifil and mostly use the 50wt. I would bring home one of each colour. How good would that be. Thanks for the opportunity I am a follower on Bloglovin, Pinterest and Flickr.

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  76. A color card, some cones of greyS, black, and a modest rainbow selection.

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  77. I follow you on IG (quiltsnfeathers)

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  78. I favorited your shop on Etsy (lostaspen)

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  79. I follow you on Pinterest (Renee Hoffman)

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  80. I follow you on Flickr (Renee H / lostaspen)

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  81. I would bring home alex with a suitcase of thread!

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  82. Hello! I would love to have a cone of every color since my long seem loves Aurifil! It would be so awesome to visit Milan and pick up the winnings in person! SwinkGirlsQuilts at gmail.com

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  83. I'd bring home a spool in every color and weight and 60 spools of white. I use it all the time!

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  84. I'd bring home at least one of each color!

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  85. I would be happy with some neutrals for piecing so thank you for the chance of winning

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  86. I follow on Bloglovin (ditsygranquilts)

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  87. Bring home from the factory? Don't you mean "set up home" in the factory? LOL! No seriously, I would love to have as many colour charts as it would take to use as wallpaper in my sewing room. One wall with the colour strips back to back... Scrumptious!!!
    And of course lots and lots of spools of thread... Like the rest of us!
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt@yahoo.com
    ipatchandquilt.wordpress.com

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  88. I follow you through Bloglovin'
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt@yahoo.com
    ipatchandquilt.wordpress.com

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  89. Love Aurifil....any ONE of these members would sit nicely on my machine!

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  90. I love Aurifil thread and use it all the time. What awesome prizes Erin! :D If I won a trip to the Aurifil factory in Italy, once I had picked myself up off the floor, I would bring home all the Aurifloss I could. I only have two spools of that so I need all the colors!

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  91. I follow you on Instagram. I am: @daydreamsofquilts

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  92. I follow you in Pinterest: anital2

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  93. I follow you on Twitter: @anitalahay

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  94. I favorited your Etsy shop. (I am DaydreamsofQuilts on Etsy)

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  95. I am following you on Flickr. I am: Anita at Daydreams of Quilts on Flickr

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  96. Hmm. Can I bring the factory? If not, I would bring home 20 spools of each color. That should last me awhile.

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  97. Wow!! I would pick up some Aurifloss, since I have some embroidery projects I would love to work on. And of course, lots of other great 50 weight neutrals for piecing and some heavier weights for quilting!! :)

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  98. I added your easy shop to my favorites :)

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  99. I follow you on pinterest (Sewruthie14)

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  100. I would bring home as many cones of thread as I could get past Customs!!!!

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  101. I follow you on twitter @bmartini14

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  102. I follow you on instagram (@sewruthie14)

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  103. I follow on Facebook (Becky Green).

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  104. I would bring home every single color and weight of their thread. Thanks for the chance.

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  105. I follow you on bloglovin, an I need thread!
    d.rideough@gmail.com

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  106. Amazing giveaway! I am a new quilter and sadly haven't tried Aurifil threads yet...I would love to! I would probably bring home one large spool of everything!

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  107. What a great group of prizes. I think that I would bring back at least 2 spools of every color. One for my daughter and one for me.

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  108. I wonder if their factory has a lunchroom with delicious Italian food? I'd like to bring some of that home. And lots of spools of thread for piecing of course!

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  109. Yep, I'm one of those women whose had their heads in a hole and haven't used Aurifil thread yet. Yes, I've heard of it many times, but don't understand what's so great about it...so I guess I need to win some to give it a try! If I visiting their Italian factory, I'd smuggle out a tall, dark Italian male---with his pockets just full of Aurifil thread!

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  110. i would bring back s large selection of thread in mostly blues and purples

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  111. I just purchased a thread stand, so I'd fill a suitcase full of cones! Thanks to you and Aurifil for this incredible giveaway.

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  112. I follow you on Bloglovin' and Feedly. Thanks for the chance.

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  113. The trip alone would be awesome! Then I'd have to load up on spools of threads in every color along with a color card!

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  114. Threads,threads,threads....all colors especially the big spools.......what a great giveaway!!

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  115. I would be thrilled just to visit but I would definitely have to bring home every color of thread they have available. I love aurifil thread for piecing

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  116. I'd bring home lots and lots of 50 weight thread! I love it! Thanks for the chance to win! And thanks for your always inspiring blog!

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  117. I follow you on Bloglovin. Pam Solberg

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  118. I would probably take home one of every colour.

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  119. I follow you on Pinterest. Pam Solberg

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  120. I follow you on Instagram. pksolberg

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  121. If I were fortunate enough to visit the factory, I would bring home one of everything!

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  122. I'd be so happy to win such a trip, as it truly is on my bucket list. I will confess, I'd love to bring Alex home and show him around all the quilt shops and sewing centers in my area, as well as great restaurants and beaches. But, I'll also confess I'd like to bring home a suitcase filled with every color of Aurifil 50 wt thread. Dream come true!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  123. I follow via Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  124. I would love to have any of their beautiful threads. (I do use Aurifil threads, but can't buy all the colors.)
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  125. If I got to visit the factory I'm sure I would be like a kid in a candy store so hard to choose i do love the variegated threads

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  126. We were in Italy in the fall and I so wanted to visit them, but we were not in the area. I would definitely bring home some of their thread - my favorite to use.

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  127. Would bring home two of every color to share with my amazing quilting buddies! What an amazing adventure! :O)

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  128. I love factory tours so that might actually be enough. Being in Italy might also be enough! But no, I am completely in love with Aurifil thread, and would have to bring home a nice assortment of colors and weights. I haven't tried the heavier weights yet.

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  129. Great giveaway, thanks and I would take home one of EVERYTHING!

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  130. A trip to the factory would be amazing! I have been following Aurifil on Facebook for a while but haven't tried their thread yet. Would love to have a variety of colors!

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  131. I follow you on Bloglovin', Instagram and Twitter

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  132. I'd like to get my hands on some of the heavy wool thread for hand embroidery and applique.

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  133. I already follow your blog with Bloglovin.

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  134. I would fill my suitcase with as much threads possible

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  135. I definitely would have to have one of every colour, every weight and every fibre. There would be lots to share with friends. I am sure I would exceed my weight restriction for the flight home. . These days I am most interested in Aurifil wool thread. What awesome giveaways. Thanks for offering them.

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  136. I actually have my eye on that Botanics pack. ;)

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  137. I follow you on Bloglovin, Flickr, and Instagram. @srhshlmn

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  138. Your Etsy shop is already on my favorites list!

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  139. I also follow you on feedburner with address edaphos at gmail dot com

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  140. I'd bring home all the variegated Aurifil thread that I could :)

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  141. I love aurifil for piecing. It's definitely my go-to thread of choice. I've never tried their 12 wt. thread before. Might have to give it a try! If I were to go to their factory in Milan it'd be silly to say I'd bring home thread, but it'd be fun to get one in every color!

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  142. i WOULD BRING HOME AN ITALIAN MAN, YOUNG ONE !

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  143. I would bring home a spool of every thread they make.

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  144. I would leave the factory carryiing a spool of every color they produce because I would never be able to just choose one.

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  145. I would bring home a spool of every color & weight they make. Sad to admit..have never used Auriful thread :(

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  146. & am also a follower thru Pinterest ( pinterest.com/mombear75/ )

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  147. If I could bring anything home with me, I would bring variegated and at least one of each color and a couple lights and darks for piecing. I have not got the pleasure of using aurifil thread yet, but maybe after Christmas I will buy some and give it a try. Thank you for doing this. GOD bless. ppdoty@gmaail.com

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  148. I was lucky enough to travel to Italy to see artists' paints being made. I would love to do the same with the threads. I would try to bring home all I could carry! Lots of weights and colors. Values from dark to light. Neutrals. Blues, teals, purples, magentas and on across the rainbow. I would want all the thread on display so that I could enjoy looking at it.

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  149. One of every color and enough neutrals so I would never run out!

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  150. Well, you pretty much have a lovely selection there, with the thread card and lots of delicious looking threads...but I would love to have one of every color they make. It is my go-to thread choice!

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  151. I really love the thread packs for all the upcoming fabrics lines, I love having all the coordinates In one place.

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  152. I follow you on Instagram @sewbittersweetdesigns

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  153. I would bring home as much thread as I could carry and afford!

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  154. I believe I would take the (apparently unoriginal) route of bringing home one spool of each beautiful color they make, in each weight. I would then challenge myself to use each thread in a project, which would undoubtedly stretch me, color-wise, project-wise, and in terms of creativity. That's kind of the Aurifil way, right?

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  155. Let's see, I follow you through bloglovin (wordygirl@earthlink.net or etalmage@earthlink.net, can't remember which), twitter: @wordygirl11, flickr: wordy_girl, Pinterest: Beth Talmage, Instagram: wordygirl11, feedburner: lizziemitford via myYahoo...I think that covers it. Thanks to you and to Aurifil for the generous giveaway.

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