Thursday, October 25, 2012

Glorious Autumn Block Party & Giveaway





MYSTERY GIVEAWAY!
While I am in Houston, I am on a mission to find a NEW exciting PRIZE for this Giveaway! SO! You will have to be daring and leave a comment, not knowing what you might be winning! 

Leave a comment, sharing with me, what is your FAVORITE KIND OF COOKIE is!  I may ask you for the recipe! You never know! I'll leave the Contest open until I get back home Nov 2nd. Will post the winner and PRIZE on Nov 7th.

 
Time for another Block tutorial!

I'm happy to be a part of Michele's BLOCK PARTY at the Quilting Gallery! Hop over to Glorious Autumn headquarters today to see what super DEAL she has up!  There are so many fun blocks to chose from the PLAY with!  Be sure to add you photo of your block at the flickr page too!



Be sure to visit these two other posts for this week:
Tuesday, Oct. 23 was:
Cherry Blossoms Quilting Studio
http://www.cherryblossomsquiltingstudio.com/


Wednesday, Oct. 24 was:
Joanna - Shape Moth
http://www.shape-moth.blogspot.com/ 



SPINNING LEAVES block



Cut four, 2 1/2" squares of DARK RED


Cut   four,  2 7/8" squares BRIGHT RED
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two, 4 7/8" squares of BRIGHT RED


Cut four, 2 7/8" squares of TURQUOISE
Cut four, 2 1/2" X 4 1/2" rectangles of TURQUOISE

Cut one of ONE square, 4 7/8" of two different  YELLOWS

Lay right sides together of the TURQUOISE and the BRIGHT RED 2 7/8" squares, and using your pencil and small ruler, draw a line down the center's diagonally. Also do this with your TWO YELLOW squares with the Bright RED 4 7/8" squares.

Sew  1/4" down each side of the pencil line. after wards rotary cut down the pencil line so you will have  8 small HST's and 4 yellow HST's. Trim you ears on the edges, and press open. the small HST's are 2 1/2" squared up and the Yellow/red HST's are 4 1/2"

Lay out your block in the order you will see it... and sew together each quadrant like below, always using a 1/4" seam allowance.
Start by sewing together  two red/turq HST's together into four sets. Making note of the direction the red hST's need to go counter clockwise around the block.



Once you have your Four quadrants, Also make note of the YELLOW's are alternating around the block.
Sew together to form your top and bottom rows and join the two rows together to complete your block.
 
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Leave a comment, sharing with me, what is your 
FAVORITE KIND OF COOKIE is!
Mystery Giveaway  is open until Nov. 2nd.

170 comments:

  1. gluten free peanut butter choc chip. A combination of my 2 favorites I can eat. yummmmmm

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  2. Kinda boring but oatmeal raisin

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  3. Hey, this one's easy, Victoria! Chocolate chip, of course! Have a great and successful time in Houston.

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  4. As most good cookies contain chocolate to which I'm allregic, it will have to be ginger.

    Have a safe trip.

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  6. Anything with black chocolate!

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  7. would have to be peanut butter and if it has chopped up peanuts in it, even better.

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  8. Peanut butter cookies cannot be beat especially when eaten with a hot cup of tea nearby.. Love surprises. Enjoy the quiltshow.

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  9. My chocolate toffee squares with pecans.

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  10. Great Big Apple, Peanut butter, Chocolate chip, Oatmeal Cookies!

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  11. My family loves the Peanut Butter Blossoms with the Hershey Kiss in the center. Peanut Butter & Chocolate - you can't go wrong. How exciting a mystery box, thanks for the chance & have fun!

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  12. Not much of a cookie person but I do make a lot of great muffins. It will be interesting to see what the give away is.

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  13. Cowboy Cookies! The best! Ingredients include healthy Special K and oats. Then you get to the sugars, chocolate chips, flour, but hey, part is healthy! I've been making these for years, my recipe card is yellow from age!
    But a great, crisp cookie!

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  14. My favorite would be oatmeal or oatmeal chocolate chip. Fun giveaway. I'm sure whatever you come up with will be great. Have fun at market!

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  15. Favorite cookie? Whatever I'm eating at the moment? haha - our family's favorite is Aunt Josie's Not So Good Cookies. Truth it, they are scrumptious! But the story is, when Josie Hendricks(my mom's aunt, back in Minnesota) would make these, and people would moan with pleasure, she was respond with "oh, these aren't so good". Great story.

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  16. Oh so many kinds of cookies and I have to choose ONE. Guess I will go with chocolate chip...not very exciting unless you have a good one waiting for you. Have a great time at market and good luck with the book!!!

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  17. Chocolate chip always wins with me.

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  18. Cardamom Snaps? Sounds divine!
    Mine is old fashioned chocolate chip cookies - but from the Fanny Farmer Baking Cookbook (secret tip in there). I like to use Guittard chocolate for the chips. That makes a difference.

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  19. Oatmeal raisin, and then each tray gets something else added to it
    chopped/crushed up butterfingers
    choc chips
    milky ways
    you get the idea :)
    Have fun and can't wait to see the greatest new gadget /fabric/tool/whatever you find at market
    kathie

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  20. What a fun giveaway!! My favorite (and most-requested) cookies are so simple, but gloriously decadent. They are cooked in mini-muffin tins and have a choclate chip cookie that forms a shell around a miniature Resse cup. YUM!

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  21. I love oatmeal cookies. Specifically homemade oatmeal cookies using the recipe on the Quaker Oats box (Vanishing Oatmeal Cookies). They are chewy, buttery, and not too sweet. The perfect cookie!

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  22. I love choc chip cookies, the recipe on the back of tollhouse choc chips, my neighbor made them with all wholewheat flour and they were GOOD, I might try that one day.

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  23. I like your block - so many color possibilties. My favorite is a sugar cookie - I make cookie cutter shapes for every holiday.

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  24. My favorite type of cookie is the Thumbprint Cookie.
    Shortbread cookie rolled in salted peanuts with
    frosting put in the middle of the thumbprint.
    A Christmas staple in this house.
    I love surprises. Would love to win

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  25. I love Snickerdoodles. How about you? Have fun in Houston.

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  26. I love to bake and stuck with the same old favorites for a very long time. However, recently I made some Vermont Maple Pecan Cookies. They immediately became the new family favorite. One day recently, I asked my son if he wanted me to make some "Vermont Maple Pecan Cookies." he said he didn't know what those were. "WHAT?? They're you're new favorite cookie!!" He then said "Oh!! The oatmeal and coconut cookies?" Yep....that pretty much says how many yummy ingredients these cookies have!!! Delicious!! Have fun at market! Thanks so much for the giveaway :)

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  27. Great looking block! I love the fabrics you chose to use and the way it makes that appear to spin even more than usual.

    My very favorite cookie is one I only make around the holidays. I just love Rosettes because they are so light and crisp and you can make them so easily as they take so few ingredients.

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  28. I like the 7 layer cookie myself. It is sinfully delicious. Your block is a keeper and blends right in for Autumn block party. Thank you for participating and the mystery surprise. Can't wait till Nov. 3 to see what it is. I bet it will be fabric.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  29. Only one favorite? Can't name just one! I LOVE cookies!! I LOVE almond butter balls, I LOVE Martha Stewart French butter cookies, and I LOVE pecan tassies.

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  30. Snickerdoodle! Thanks for the chance!

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  31. I am a cookie lover so it is hard to choose but I guess my all time favorite and then one I always go to is the Toll House Chocolate chip cookie. I love the dough and esp when they first come out of the oven:)
    Have fun in Houston!

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  32. Melt in your mouth shortbreads. So full of butter....

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  33. Chocolate chip. My latest recipe uses LOTS of chocolate chips....more than you think possible! YUM!

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  34. snickerdoodle, hands down, and i love the new block!

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  35. I have so many! Picking one is so hard, but I guess I'm apt to say the Mexican Wedding Cookie.....it's like a Greek Kourabiedes cookie....I grew up on those!

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  36. I love a good peanut butter kiss cookie! Mommy I also love the press cookies my Sister makes sadly I have tried to replicate them and I have only failed! And since I do not speak to her...man I just have to do without!

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  37. , thanks for a fab tutorial on this nicw block! Love the brights too :)
    Two favorite cookies: powdered sugar nut balls, and the no nut version I came up with that uses raisins and crushed oatmeal and rosewater. I call those snow drops, and I Do have the recipes for Both!O

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  38. Sugar cookie with almond frosting. Yum-o!

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  39. My favorite type of cookie is belgium cookies. If they are made with really good jam and a delicious cookie base/top, they are to die for! My mom's were the best.
    eliz.i@sympatico.ca

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  40. My favorite is Black-eyed Susan's and you all are going to want the recipe which features a Jr. mint in the middle!

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  41. Have fun in Huston. Thanks for the give a way. Cookies - has to be Chocolate chip but sometimes it is an old ginger snap recipe from Great Grandmother.

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  42. I love Ice Box cookies best. Have a favorite recipe I found in Hawaii that uses raw sugar. They are out of this world! But I have stopped baking, because I usually burn them while I am merrily sewing away.

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  43. It's a toss up between shortbread and snickerdoodles!

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  44. White chocolate macadamia nut cookies - yummo!! Have a great time in Houston, hope I win the mystery gift.

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  45. I love soft chocolate chunk cookies. My husband's obsessed with Mallomars and is thrilled that they're back "in season" now that the weather's cooler!

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  46. I haven't met a cookie I didn't like!! But, I think my favorite has to be oatmeal raisin. Aunt Helen made the best oatmeal raisin cookies and she would carefully pack them in coffee cans for me to take back to college. Thanks for the memory and a chance to win something cool!!!

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  47. Peanut Butter, bought from a bakery. LOL

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  48. Soft snickerdoodles. Thanks for the mysterious giveaway!

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  49. I'm lazy! I buy the already mixed dough from a fund rasier that the local schools do. It's coconut pecan cookies! I love them!


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  50. your block is wonderful. i love the colors you put together. my favorite cookie is snickerdoodles. hope you have fun at market

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  51. Buttermilk Oatmeal Raisin. My MIL's recipe. Yummy. Have fun at market.

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  52. Have a great time in Houston! My favorite is a vegan chocolate chip oatmeal cookie. Yum!

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  53. I have too many favorites but the ones I can not stop eating are Pecan Puffs. I make them at Christmas or birthdays when requested. They are super easy. I believe the original recipe came from Joy of Cooking.

    Thanks for such a fun and inspirational blog. Have fun in Houston!

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  54. Just picking one is difficult. Cookies are my favorite indulgence! Ginger Snaps top the list followed by Oatmeal-walnut-raisin cookies, Molasses, and Bene (sesame seed) wafers. Congratulations on the book!

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  55. No matter how many recipes I try, I just like Chocolate Chip cookies you buy ready to cook at the groceries.

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  56. Shortbread cookies, it's the easiest recipe and i make them every Christmas. It is the most viewed post on my blog :-)
    Hope you have an amazing time in TX

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  57. I love a good chocolate chip cookie, especially with oatmeal in it. I also love the white chocolate chip cookie with craisins in it.

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  58. Grandma Griffins' Snickerdoodles .

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  59. Peanut Butter-Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip! Have fun!

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  60. I love peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. You can't go wrong with peanut butter and chocolate.

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  61. My favorite was my grandmother's molasses crinkles and I wish I still had the recipe.

    Debbie

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  62. Does this mean I'm supposed to choose one?? Snickerdoodles, chocolate no-bakes, oatmeal chocolate chip, sugar with icing... Gah! Now I'm hungry!

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  63. Rollo cookies without a doubt. These are chocolate cookies with a rollo candy baked inside. The taste and texture are fantastic, but so is the calorie load, so they're limited to once a year Christmas baking. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

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  64. I love surprises! My fav. cookie right now is snickerdoodles (especially if i don't have to make them.....) Thanks for the opportunity on the surprise draw
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  65. Snickerdoodles are my favorite. Brownies with chocolate icing come in a close second.

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  66. Great block! Chewy gingersnaps with chocolate chips are my favorite cookies.

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  67. I do not have one favourite cookie, I have several!
    Peanut Butter with mini peanut butter cups hidden inside
    Coconut cookies
    Chocolate chip pecan
    Oatmeal raisin
    And my latest creation - Everything cookies. They were AWESOME

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  68. I love the peanut butter blossoms with the Hershey kiss on top. Thanks. Vivian

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  69. My family loves sugar cookies with frosting. Have a great trip!

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  70. Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies fresh from the oven. At least five of them with a glass of cold milk. ;-)

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  71. Well it is that time of year for thinking cookies and my favorite one we only make once a year is my mom's super light cookie that is piped then one side is spread with raspberry preserves then two are put together and is half dipped in chocolate. Everyone looks forward to those for the holidays each year. Yum!

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  72. I love oatmeal raisin cookies. I really like the colors you chose in this block, too. thanks for the giveaway.

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  73. Oatmeal chocolate chip - the best.
    Wendy

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  74. I have no imagination in the kitchen so my favorite cookie is the tried and true toll house chocolate chip cookies. Just the recipe on the chip package. I'll be going to Houston too so maybe I can get some good ideas for fun things to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  75. gluten free banana peanut butter chocolate chip :)

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  76. I love cookies- all sorts! But my favourite is chocolate. Chip cookies, made with oatmeal, chopped nuts and chocolate among other things... Hot cookies with a glass of milk... yum!

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  77. My favorite is chocolate malt sandwich cookies.

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  78. I do love a good surprise/mystery!!! I am not really a cookie fan for those bought in store, however I love the combination of cranberry, pecan and white chocolate from a recipe by British cook Nigella Lawson - they are so easy to make, super delicious and make a nice Christmas gift when tied in nice packaging.

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  79. My favorite is a really good chocolate chip cookie. Not one of those flat ones, but a thick, chewy one. Yum!

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  80. My favorite cookie comes right from the prairies of southwestern Minnesota---Buffalo Chip Cookies! No, there is no buffalo poo in them...just the usual cookie dough with craisins, raisins, coconut and some crushed corn flakes to give a little crunch. Deliciously and addictingly yummy!

    Really, Victoria, every native Minnesotan should have a copy of this recipe!

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  81. great block. thanks for sharing.
    my favorite cookie is homemade gingersnaps.
    have fun in houston.

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  82. Neiman Marcus $250 cookies! And there is a story that goes with it, but you probably already know it! ox

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  83. Your quilt bock is beautiful, thank you for sharing the tutorial. My favorite cookie is a bar cookie called Nanaimo Bars.

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  84. Favorite cookies... My Mom's homemade peanut butter cookies & her oatmeal cookies WITHOUT raisins. Yummy! And I love the colors in that block!

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  85. Molasses Crackletops. I hate to admit it, but in my 20's I used to make them just so I could eat the raw dough!

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  86. Its the old timey Tollhouse Cookie...can't beat 'em!

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  87. Promise you want ask for the recipe! I´m a lousy cooker :) Here in Sweden, we have "Bondkakor".
    Not James Bond, more like "Farmercookies" and they are delicious!!!!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  88. My favorite cookie is one that my mother used to make for me -- brown sugar drops with chocolate chips in them. They're soft and cakey and I used to eat the dough raw because it was so delicious. I have even lived to tell about it. ;)

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  89. Traditional Scottish shortbread! Preferably home made :). Hope you had fun!

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  90. i would have to say my favorite cookie would have to be macaroons. i love coconut. hope you have a great trip. enjoy and take care. rachelle

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  91. Homemade Oatmeal-raisin cookies would have to be one of my favorite to make. I really miss Mrs. Field's cookies fresh in their stores.(I haven't found any here in Mexico)
    Really, just about any homemade, soft cookie is a potential new favorite.

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  92. Gluten free chocolate chunk peanutbutter cookies are the favorite around here.

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  93. There is nothing like a homemade warm chocolate chip cookie! Yummy!

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  94. Mocha walnut Christmas Cookies.(double chocolate)

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  95. Thanks for the block pattern! I like an oatmeal cookie, with raisins or chocolate chips.

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  96. As I sit here writing this, I can smell the spicy aroma of Snickerdoodles coming from the kitchen. My daughter, who works night shift is baking them to take to her work buddies. Save some for me!

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  97. Shortbread if I had to just pick one.....

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  98. Peanut Brownies...they are actually cookies and are popular here down under.
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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  99. Chocolate chip with oatmeal and nuts. YMMMM.

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  100. Ginger snaps.........hands down:)

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  101. I love making a regular chocolate chip recipe but substituting white chocolate chips and craisins for the chocolate chips. A close second is Oatmeal Scotchies. Yum!
    Have fun in Houston. I'd love to go someday.
    Love your block

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  102. Toll House chocolate chip cookies - original recipe from the package

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  103. Oh no! It's not possible to pick only one, is it? Depending on my mood it is either sugar cookies, or chocolate chip!

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  104. The soft, moist and just right spicy Ginger Snaps sold at a little bakery in a NW Wisconsin grocery store. I've gone out of my way just to buy them. YUM.

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  105. Love the block and the colors/fabrics you used in it! My favorite cookie is the plain old chocolate chip. But if "cookie" can be expanded to any type of dessert bar in general, then it has to be oatmeal fudge bars. Yum! And even people who don't like oatmeal love these.

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  106. Toasted pecan butterscotch chip cookies - my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  107. Thanks for the tutorial. It's a beautiful block. Three favorites: spritz cookies with half a maraschino cherry in the middle (which we only make at Christmas time); dense molasses cookies; and chocolate chip cookies. Enjoy quilt market!
    joy for grace

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  108. I love oatmeal raisin (golden raisin) with chocolate chips.

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  109. Favourites at the moment would be Orange Custard Buttons coz they just melt in the mouth and, for fun, Cherry Pops which are baked on iceblock sticks and coated in chocolate - yum!

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  110. My favorite are a no bake cookie that my hubby makes during the holidays. They are soooo yummy!

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  111. Oatmeal chocolate chip.
    :) Have a great time!

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  112. Thanks for the great tutorial! I love cookies, but my favorite is a peanut butter cookie I make that has a reese cup center...they're sooo good :)

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  113. A mi me encantan las de manzana y canela... Ummmm.
    Besos desde Manresa (Barcelona)

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  114. My favourite bought cookies are probably shortbread with chocolate topping, or maybe Jammie Dodges. My favourite homemade cookies are Parmesan Bites and yes, I'd be happy to send you the recipe!

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  115. Ginger sparkles. A cookie I discovered after moving to Nova Scotia. Yummy!

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  116. My favorite is a peanut butter cookie. I found the recipe online, and make it not often enough. I don't need to be eating cookies!

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  117. Without a doubt - raisin oatmeal cookie.......yum, yum!

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  118. My favorite cookie is my homemade oatmeal cookies. The batch makes about 10 dozen so we freeze some and share with others. Thanks for your block!

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  119. Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate chip. The only problem is the recipe makes 7 dozen medium sized cookies. Too many calories.

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  120. Toll House made with butterscotch chips!

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  121. Love your projects! I think it's hard to choose a favorite cookie. These days, it's white chocolate macadamia nut. But my recipe for it is Subway. I love theirs! :-)

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  122. Oatmeal cookies! With or without nuts, raisins, dates, flavored chips and/or coconut.

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  123. Oatmeal chocolate chip...got the recipe off the Quaker Oats box...use parchment paper and don't over bake :-)

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  124. I have to say carrot cookies. So sweet.

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  125. Oatmeal Raisin are my favorite. I use the recipe on the Quaker Oats box. :)

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  126. White chocolate/cranberry. It's an easy drop cookie loaded with goodies. My daughters recipe. If I sent already sorry :(

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  127. Our family loves gingerbread cookies. the secret ingredient is orange zest and juice.

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  128. Hiya! My absolute favorite cookie is whatever I'm eating at the moment!!! But I'm partial to white chocolate chip macadamia nut, soooooooo yummy. I love the block, so autumn-y. Thank you for sharing with us, and for having the giveaway, I always love surprises. Blessed be, hugs!!!

    playamom57 at yahoo dot com

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  129. oatmeal peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are a tasty crunchy fun cookie!

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  130. oh, I love taking a dare. fun!!! thanks for chance to win this mystery package

    love double chocolate chip cookies

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  131. My favorite cookie is Pecan Shortbread by Kebbler NOT the imitations!! he he

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  132. Hello, my favorite cookies are linzer cookies. They are like a shortbread cookie with ground almonds in the dough. They are rolled very thin and put together with homemade raspberry jam. Dust them with a bit of icing sugar and you have a happy taste in your mouth. Thanks for doing your blog and this give away. Liz

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  133. My favorite cookie?? Sour Cream Softies!!!!

    As a kid, mom could not make enough of them!! It originally was a newspaper recipe that a relative found and it soon became a family favorite!! (People are surprised when they find out what they are!!) ;)

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  134. Chocolate chip - no, ginger - no shortbread, no chocolate chip!

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  135. Snickerdoodles! And then there is my grandma's sugar cookies...no no SNICKERDOODLES!!!

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  136. My favorite cookies are the lemon bars my friend MaryAnn makes. I have had many lemon bars that are good, but these are absolutely the best.

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  137. my fave cookies are shortbreads!

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  138. My favorite cookie recipe is one from my Grandpa, it is for sugar cookies and uses powdered sugar instead of granulated. It makes a wonderful cookie, with great flavor and a marvelous texture. If I do baking for the holidays, this cookie is always included.

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  139. My favourite cookie is shortbread! and more shortbread,,,,,and more shortbread. And then, when they're all gone,,,,more shortbread! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  140. I love homemade oatmeal with cranberries (especially baked with lots of butter)!

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  141. My favorite are the peanut blossoms (peanut butter cookies with Hershey's kisses).

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  142. gingersnap! the soft kind, not the crispy kind.

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  143. Peanut butter with chocolate chips! the best!! Janelle @ Emmaline Bags.

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  144. My favorite type of cookie is Sugar Cookie. I got a recipie from co-worker and its to die for. Though my wife still likes her grandmothers better go figure lol.

    Richard and Tanya Quilts.

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  145. Hi Victoria!

    Right now my favourite cookie is the Confetti Cookie from the Milkbar cookbook I bought in NYC. I've made them three times since we got back from NYC and they are big! They are really just a fancy sugar cookie, and they come out just like the ones we had a Milkbar - soooo good. Next, I'm planning to make the Compost Cookies ...

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  146. My favorite cookies are Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, which my husband makes. They are scrumptious!!! And it is always nice when someone else makes them for you.

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  147. Mm-mm! My favorite is Monster Cookies, really a peanut butter-oatmeal cookie with bittersweet chocolate chips and M&Ms baked giant sized because that's how much you want to eat. Chocolate Crinkles are a close second.

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  148. I can be persuaded to eat almost any kind of cookie but oatmeal with lots of raisins and nuts and cinnamon and spices is my favourite. This time of year I like to make spicy pumpkin cookies. The aroma of baking these is so welcoming when you come in from raking leaves.

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  149. Cream cheese cookies! YUM! And you can change the flavor with each batch, to suit your mood. Only 3 ingredients.

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  150. I love a good mystery! Ad my favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin. I hope everything is OK when you get back home!

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  151. Have to do gluten free in our house, but I recently found a super easy cookie recipe that my kids go nuts for: Breakfast Cookies (4 mashed bananas, 1 1/2 cups rolled oats, 3 tbsp flaxmeal, 1/3 cup dried cranberries. Mix and bake for 15 at 350.)

    Of course, if I could eat anything I want to I would probably not choose cookies - there's a local bakery that makes divine White Chocolate Raspberry Scones!

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  152. I am happy with the basic choc. chip, not that I won't try others, but its the standard in our house:)

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  153. I love anything with lemons or apples. Yummmm

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  154. I love cowboy cookies! They are an oatmeal & chocolate chip cookie. :)

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  155. I'm going to have to go traditional here and say Chocolate Chip, they remind me of my mother.
    I love your Everything but the Kitchen Sink quilt. It's so striking and interesting.

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