Sunday, 9 December 2012

School Days giveaway


**THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**

Welcome to my giveaway offering as part of the Quilter's Blog Hop Party!

If you are new here please stop and have a look around my blog and if you're a regular then hello again! I will be having yet another giveaway next week so stick around...

Today I'm giving away some of my favourite fabric from School Days by American Jane Patterns for Moda. I have used this line recently in a couple of projects:





Even though it's hard for me to part with this fabric I rarely seem to use red in my sewing, so I'm giving away these 4 fat quarters:


You have two chances to win:

* First leave a comment letting me know a fashion disaster from your school days. I could use a good laugh.
For example, for me it was wearing hair scrunchies - an eighties disaster! And yes I even made them. Oh dear!

* Second (optional chance) - be a follower of this blog (GFC, RSS, email) and let me know in another comment.

**SORRY THE GIVEAWAY HAS NOW CLOSED**

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make sure I can contact you - probably best to leave your email address in one of the comments (my last giveaway I had several people that didn't and if I can't contact you then you will not win!!).

The giveaway is open to international entries and will be open until 15th December, when the winner will be announced and chosen by Random.org.

Good luck and make sure you check out all the other fab giveaways too!

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330 comments:

  1. fashion disaster - the 80's. all of it ;) especially the neon lace, hightop sneakers, leggings, & big t-shirts. And don't forget to put a ponytail on the side of your head :)

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  2. I'm a follower! thanks for the great giveaway! :)

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  3. Side ponytail, yah. :/ hehe Oh, and as a much younger school girl.. knee socks and sneakers. (did I just admit that?)lol

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  4. Faithful follower. :) (who loves red-such yummy fabrics!)

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  5. Haha... oh I wore scrunchies, too. I had them to match all different outfits, too. And how about tight rolling your jeans. eek!

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  6. And I am a happy follower, too!

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  7. I cut my own bangs the night before our grade 8 fashion show. Brutal! Thanks for the giveaway, Lucy!

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  8. My fashion disaster would be that we used to use safety pins on our jeans and pin the jeans tight from the knee to the ankle so they kind of puffed out at the knee but were tight at the bottom. If I had a photo I'd show you - seeing really is believing (us Canadian girls sure knew how to dress eh??!!!)

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  9. I am a aGFC follower and red is one of my absolute fav colours!! Fingers crossed!!

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  10. I have two terrible, terrible fashion disasters to share.

    The first was in fifth grade. We got new winter coats every year and my parents didn't make a lot of money, so they were pretty frugal. But I saw a long yellow puffy coat with a turquoise and yellow scarf at the department store that I HAD TO HAVE! My parents tried to talk me out of it, but I sulked for days over it. Finally my mom relented and took me back to get it. I wore it to school the next day and kids called me "banana." I never wore it again. My kids love to hear that story over and over.

    The other is when I was in my mid-twenties and getting a divorce. Some friends of mine from high school are in a pretty famous rock band (I dated their older brother in high school). Well, they were playing a concert in San Diego so I went to see it. I was literally the only person old enough in the whole place to have an alcoholic drink. All their fans were obviously high school aged or younger, with mom and dads sitting around everywhere waiting for them. It was fun that I got to go backstage and hang out for a while. When I got home and was walking through the parking lot, my butt felt a little cold and when I reached back to smooth my pants, they had literally split down the butt crack at some point that evening. I really hope it wasn't at the concert and it was in the car on the way home, but I don't have any way of knowing. I never wore pants that tight again!It was a turning point in my life--the first time I ever felt old.

    Those are my two disasters! Can't wait to read what others wrote!

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  11. There is photographic evidence of me wearing red polyester bell-bottoms back in the 70s. I was young and not to be held responsible for what I was made to wear (they were pretty horrible, but I look so happy wearing them!).

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  12. I am a happy follower of your blog - love the inspiration you provide!

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  13. Lovely fabrics! Ummm, school fashion disasters...where do I start. I think every day from age 11 to age 15 just about covers it... Probably the best was when I talked my friend into dying my (dark brown) hair blonde, and it went kind of orange and horrible. Glasses, braces, oversize hoodies and flared jean completed that delightful look. Honestly, the hair was so bad my Dad paid for me to have it dyed back to brown at a hairdresser because my Mum hated it so much!

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  14. My most memorable fashion disaster happened when I was in 5th grade. I always made my own clothing and a fellow snarky girl in the class asked me if I had made my skirt. I replied that I had and she said...w\"well, I can tell because your darts are not the same length." Trust me..every dart since has matched perfectly.

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  15. Permed hair! Ugh! Thanks for the great giveaway Lucy!

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  16. I crimped my hair, pegged by pants, and wore Zubaz parachute pants willingly. What was I thinking?!

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  17. And I'm a happy and 'old' follower !

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  18. I used to love to experiment with my hair. Most of it qualifies as a fashion disaster!

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  19. Fashion disaster! My daughter and dear daughter and love finally saved me from mine. As a homeschooling mom to my kids, I started wearing old lady vests and sweaters much too young. I also had a hairstyle that included what my kids lovingly called the POOF! They talked me into updating and now at 55, I look younger than I did at 40! LOL! Gotta love honest loving kids!

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  20. I follow via GFC and Google Reader

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  21. My mom made a pair of culottes for me (from a brown calico) when I was in 6th grade. They were horrible, but it would have broken her heart if I didn't wear them or refused them, so I had to wear them to school. Kids are mean, and I'll leave it at that.

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  22. I'm a follower; thanks for the chance!

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  23. I had pink shiny stirrup pants. Enough said.

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  24. Fashion disaster - but still kind of cool (I think now) was wearing the crocheted pants and various matching vests and skull caps that my Grandma crocheted for me ... our of Phentex! If you don't know what Phentex is, trust me that it's not natural in any way. My Mom sewed shorts to line the bits that were best not revealed. I was stylin', I tell you!

    By the way, that was the early 70's.

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  25. Of course you have to have a short shirt and a long jacket! lisaursino@msn.com

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  26. When I was a freshman in high school, I had the exact same Badger sweatshirt as one of the senior boys. One day we both wore it on the same day, since our lockers were close, we pretended not to notice all day. After that, I waited til he wore his then I wore mine the next day :)

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  27. I think I was a walking fashion disaster from age 10 through 13. My folks didn't have much money back then, so my attempts at fashion were all poor I mutations of the real thing... Which looked awful when you consider that it was the late '80s/early '90s at the time. I can still remember wanting an Esprit bag like all the cool girls used to carry their books at school back when I was about 12. My mom got me a generic pink duffle bag instead, which I loathed but carried around anyway out of obligation and lack of other options. I was mortified! LOL

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  28. My fashion disaster involves neon. What on earth possessed my parents to let me buy that off the shoulder sweatshirt with Hello in neon across the front? Throw in the slouchy socks and a banana clip for my hair...and those huge square glasses, remember with the arms that started at the bottom of the frame?

    How did I survive highschool?

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  29. I'm back to let you know I'm a follower.

    Thanks!

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  30. I had a neon striped sweater, it made you blind and I loved to wear it.

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  31. I tried cutting my own hair --- in the mirror. Yikes!

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  32. My parents weren't rich, and we went to a school that had school uniform. But at the weekends I remember bell bottom trousers that had so much fabric in them, I looked like a walking tent!

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  33. School fashion disaster? Hmmm - everything about the uniform!

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  34. haha - the 80s. I don't think we thought it was a disaster at the time though, did we??? ;) Using so much hairspray that I got hairspray build up flakies?? eeeew

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  35. I follow you via google reader.

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  36. I remember a time when I was about 19 in Canada when white tights were in fashion. Why?! Looking back they were freaking horrendous.

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  37. What about culottes (not even sure that's spelt right). I had a fairly festive pair of them when I was about 13: thankfully no photographic evidence!

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  38. I expect I have always been a fashion disaster. I do remember those jackets with padded shoulders, they were horrid, and I had more than one. Lovely giveaway, thanks for the chance.

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  39. And yes, i follow your lovely blog.

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  40. I had this giant stuffed frog - I think it was originally a washcloth type of thing - and I used to wear it in my hair. I wish it had just been scrunchies, those would be easier to live down. The frog was just me being weird.

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  41. And yes I follow your blog!

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  42. Fashion disaster - when trying to be cool rather than me. That is why getting older is a blessing as I don't really care what people think, as I am comfortable being me. thanks for a great giveaway. I have enjoyed reading others comments too. Di x

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  43. Of course I follow you, lovely Lucy.

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  44. A purple plastic maxi trench coat. Need I say more?

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  45. Where do I start?

    purple lycra hotpants? Not at school you understand as it was strictly uniform only!

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  46. Fashion disasters - the 80s generally! I must be about your age. Hair scrunching I made myself, shoulder pads in windcheaters, acid wash denim, fluro bobby socks.

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  47. I was well into Grunge at school so for the whole of year 10 and 11 I insisted on wearing a holey jumper like Kurt Cobains, 10 hole DM's and shaved my hair at the back. Not a good look. I got mistaken for a boy many times.

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  48. And, of course, I follow your blog!

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  49. I also did the scrunchy thing! Other than that I can't think of anything but I was never interested in fashion so everything I wore was probably a disaster...but not as much of a disaster as it would have been if I'd worn bottle tops on my shoes (Bros fans, I think) or had multiple pony tails in my hair...

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  50. I think "skorts" qualifies as a fashion disaster!

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  51. My biggest (but not only!) disaster was a bubble perm!!

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  52. Leg warmers!! Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  53. When I started school it was cool to have the fattest tie possible, and leave an inch sticking out the bottom.....by the time I left, it was cool to have a very skinny tie - with a teeny, tiny knot!

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  54. I went through a phase where I wore men's flannel shirts over everything for a year, not so bad except I'm short and petite and I wore my Dad's XXL shirts! It was bad. I have pictures that you'll never ever see :)

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  55. Well, I graduated high school in 1970, so my schooling was in the 60s. Probably everything I did or wore was a fashion disaster. All my dresses were homemade...and no one taught me to shave my legs. So embarrassing!

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  56. For me it's those long scrunchy socks!

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  57. I'm a follower through Google Reader!

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  58. I am a follower through google jennylarking@gmail.com

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  59. When I graduated.....a long time ago we still had to wear dresses. I made all my own and had shoes in every color....lime green, shocking pink....to match my outfits....pretty wild. Great giveaway and I love red fabrics!

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  60. I follow you with GFC, thanks!

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  61. As a 24 year old in the late 60's I wore mini skirts (ok) and up to the knee white socks. Not ok but I lived in London then so i thought i was pretty cool. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  62. I had high 80's bangs that fell flat after about 10 mins. Oh and when I was even younger I had feathered sides that never matched. What a fashion misfit!!! Thanks for the chance to win! courtneysews at gmail dot com

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  63. I am a follower! courtneysews at gmail dot com

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  64. I had a frizzy perm - on fair hair, so I looked like a poodle or, as someone kindly told me, a toilet brush!

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  65. I had big permed hair! Yikes! Thanks so much!

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  66. Hmmm..where do I start. Same color top and pants i.e. purple jeans purple tee shirt - tucked in no less. Flannel with the thermal arms and hoodie and big baggy jeans. SCRUNCHIES - I too have been a victim if the scrunchy and the big hair..

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  67. 15 years ago..... I had....

    A BOYZONE BUMBAG.

    Right I'm off to die of embarrassment now, cheerio.

    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  68. And I follow your blog of course :)

    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  69. My dad bought me some saddle oxfords and msde me wear them - this was in the 70's. Definately not the style

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  70. Well, I'm not sure i can top Kerry at PennyDog with her boyzone bumbag!! But I did have the most AMAZING perm in the 80's, and some suede red pixie boots- I was so proud, i think i got them for my 13th birthday, awful!! : ) Ange. AngegarrettAThotmailDOTcom.

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  71. The frizzed out, I think I look like Baby from Dirty dancing, perm!

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  72. A very bad, tight perm and don't forget the tons of back-combing and hairspray to keep those bangs up!! Memories! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  73. too much fun reading these. i say poodle perm WITH bangs! shoulder pads and wearing a jacket like that as a teenager to look adult!

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  74. "Business in the front, party in the back" pretty much says it all, doesn't it?! Mullets...ACK!

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  75. I am a follower...but I'll deny the whole mullet thing!

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  76. My disasters would be from the late 60's and early 70's. We wore dresses so short that is was hard to move without showing everything. I also spent much time in soup can rollers trying to straighten my very curly hair, I was not too successful. I did fit in great in the 80's because I looked like I had permed my hair and it was all natural.

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  77. I am a new follower of your blog.

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  78. I think we used to roll our jeans and pull our slouch socks up over them. =) Do you remember that?!?!?! =)

    thanks for a chance to win.

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  79. I tried to dye my hair to look more brown and ended up with half blonde.

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  80. Calças boca de sino...as minhas eram sinos de catedral,enoooomes.Que horror.Minha avó tinha mania de vestido branco e sapato de verniz branco,tenho fotos de monóculo.Você sabe o que é isso.ADEUS anos 70,Vá para....Obrigada por oferta natalina,adorei.

    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  81. Segidora GFC Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  82. Well, I definitely didn't think it was a disaster at the time, but I had a Gap outfit that I loved: a plaid skirt with a turtleneck and a cooridinating vest. I had the matching felted bolo hat and matching legwarmers! I thought it was incredibly cool!

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  83. I follow you by email which I love thanks.

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  84. Fashion disaster? Well it has to be the 50s and 60s. Sorry by the 80s I was a Mum. My late father made me wear these awful blue and white shoes in the Summer and black and white in the winter. i am American so these darn shoes are shown on movies but trust me nobody but me wore them! I have lived in the England since I was a teenager.

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  85. Fashion Diaster: I would say the teased up hairsprayed stiff bangs & pants that were folded over then rolled up. Funny but now "skinny" jeans are in. I choose not to participate & have found that fashion doesn't interest me now. I lost interest around late high school years. So, technically Im probably currently a disaster. I am a blue jeans & t-shirt kind a gal. Aparrish1113@yahoo.com

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  86. 70's fad Platform shoes...it was a mistake to wear them to science class where the teacher used me to demonstrate just how poor a center of gravity they gave me. I had liked those shoes until that moment:)!

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  87. I just signed up, you sound like a fun person to follow!

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  88. oh god, Lucy, I was just one big walking fashion disaster. I had this pair of shorts in the late 80s. Pale, pale denim, ripped and patched with bandanas. But I did such an awful job that there was this big rectangular patch right on my ass. I wore those on a trip to the UK with my folks and I can't believe they let me out of the car in them!!

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  89. Thanks for being the fun blog hop. When I was in grade school and middle school I always had some kind of ribbon in my hair. I mostly wore pony tails. LOL

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  90. I follower by email, easiest for me to follow that way.

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  91. No fashion designer disaster that I can think of. I have become a new follower and will definitely be back again to visit. Your red fabric will be appreciated very much by anyone of us. I can think of lots of quilting ideas. Red is bold and beautiful. Just in time for the holidays - table topper, runner or even placements. Thank you for sharing and giving us all a chance to win. Happy holidays.

    Sandi T.
    Sonora, CA
    sandt1@sbcglobal.net

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  92. easy question...prom. i slicked my hair back, wet looking into a bun and then, to make things worse...i did my own makeup. really bad stuff. thanks for a chance at your giveaweay

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  93. I have 2 words for you 'White Rain'

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  94. I wore hair scrunchies too, and still do in fact. I think they look good on me. ;-)

    I cringe and almost get a stomach ache just thinking about some the pants and skirts I wore back then with their tight, tight wastebands! What was I thinking??? I know what it was - I wished that I was skinnier than I actually was.

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  95. I thought I was so cool starting middle school with my DARE T-shirt, doggie tag friendship necklaces, and the baggiest jeans I owned. Mind you, I'm a female, and at the time I had very frizzy hair, complete with bangs and ginormous glasses that went down to the bottom of my cheeks. Classic. :) Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  96. I'm a new follower on Google Reader.

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  97. I love red and hardly have any!

    OK, so here's the picture, we're talking late 80s, early 90s:

    Shell suit, top half zipped and tucked under, don't worry be happy t-shirt, baseball boots with the tongues out, bum bag. Need I say more? OK, poodle perm, fringe sprayed up high....

    I'm so ashamed!

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  98. Lucy, you know I would follow you anywhere. In the '80s I always had the frizziest perms. Ugh. Those pictures are super ugly.

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  99. Horrors from days gone by will always be home hair permanents and to make it even more frizzy, I would use the dryer hose to dry my hair.

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  100. Pantsuit! Thanks for the chance!

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  101. Fashion disaster, my Mom polished my saddle shoes! I love red so thank you for the great giveaway.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  102. I am a follower! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  103. Well, I can't share much on fashion disaster during school time - i wore uniforms.. Yuk.. but we do make small changes here and there to be more individualistic.. LOL

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  104. I wore a LOT of stretch leggings as a kid...sometimes with socks and clogs. Ewwwwww.

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  105. Oh my, I had the Pretty Woman spiral perm in layered hair...lots of hair. Did I mention I have a lot of hair?

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  106. I follow you on Google Reader!

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  107. I am so ashamed to tell you that I had a pair of parachute pants. Do you know what those are? In my family we called them "Beth's plastic pants"--but not in a mocking way, and that didn't stop me from wearing them. I shudder to remember that.

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  108. I follow you via email. Thanks for the heads up about this giveaway.

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  109. Two Words . . . Banana Clip! 'Nuff said.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  110. I had a silver bomber jacket when i was about 11, I don't think I have to say anything else!

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  111. new email follower

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  112. Disaster: I had two pair of shoes, same style, different colors. One day, I dressed quickly and in the dark of early morning. Only after I arrived at school did I see the mistake... Black and navy blue...very obvious in broad daylight!
    quilterinmotion@yahoo.com

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  113. Wearing pajamas to class (college).

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  114. Hmm, that might have been the reversible sweatshirt with puff paint picture on one side. You can get away with a lot as a kid though ;o)

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  115. I follow you too, thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  116. I follow you through emails!

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  117. One day at school I had to go the bathroom, but I couldn't get the zipper down on my pants. I had to go back to the teacher and ask for help. We ended up having to cut them open. I had to wait in the bathroom for another pair of pants to get to the school. What a bad day!

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  118. I think my Mum love of one side ponytail was a low point, as much as pink jumpers coordinates with emerald velvet trousers - special.

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  119. I love red fabric and know where I could use them. In junior high we had a sewing class. I made a wrap around jumper. Only problem was when I wore it, it didn't stay shut if I was outside running or the wind was blowing. Only wore it once even tho it was pretty fabric!

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  120. where to start... jelly shoes, rolling jeans, pink legswarmers. there are so many.

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  121. Velour pants, a matching fuzzy sweater, and white keds!

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  122. I too was a victim of the scrunchie. I used mine to put my hair in a high, crimped, side ponytail :/. I think I actually saw some at a store not long ago...maybe they're making a comeback?

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  123. I had a mullet and Cyndi Lauper clothes! awolk at rogers dot com

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  124. I am an email follower! awolk at rogers dot com

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  125. Okay, first you have to know that this was the early mid '60s. I put my hair in a ponytail, put a hairnet on it to make a bun, and put twist-in "gems" in it! Stop laughing--other girls were doing it, too! Plus the 5, 6 or 7 petticoats we wore all at once! 8-)

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  126. I love the red fabric so thank you for the giveaway.
    One thing I remember about my school days was the time we would tease our hair to make it stand up and look fuller. When I think about these times,I think of Prisilla and Elvis.

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  127. home perms. Need I say more??? Thanks for the opportunity on a great prize and have a very Merry Christmas. bonnielarson58@gmail.com.

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  128. I wore the shortest of short mini skirts to school. I'm not sure why my mom let me out of the house!

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  129. I am a fan and follower of your blog.......and I love red!

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  130. Haha! Great topic!

    Hmmm.,.5th grade, around 1981, I had a pastel rainbow button up shirt that I wore with pale yellow knickers...yep...knickers! I blame my mom. ;)

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  131. I would guess those things called Hot pants- not so hot if you didn't have great legs and I have legs like tree trunks. LOL
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  132. Fashion disaster? My first pair of bell bottoms in the sixties were vertical stripes. I'm so glad I don't have a picture of them!

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  133. I wore scrunchies too! I had them in every color! ;) Thanks for such an awesome giveaway! Happy Holidays to You! :)

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  134. I had jeans with bleach stains.

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  135. I rolled the ankles on my jeans.

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  136. Hmmm .. Farrah Fawcett wanna-be hair, ruffled shirt, denim skirt and cowboy boots ... circa 1982. Love the American Jane fabric!

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  137. In middle school I had a jumpsuit I loved and wore like every other day. Why didn't my mom stop me? It even had bell bottoms. My friends didn't think I owned any other clothes.

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  138. I'm a new follower. Thank you for the beautiful fabric giveaway.

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  139. Actually, one of mine is hair scrunchies too. I think I must have made 25 of them (which is why I nearly burst into laughter when my 8 year old daughter asked if she could make one a few weeks ago!).

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  140. All these crack me up. I think I was guilty of almost all of them. Also, spraying the sides of my hair into "wings" to frame my face, and tucking in only the front of my oversized tshirt and blousing it out all poofy... Thanks for the giveaway and laughs!

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  141. Well, my mother crocheted some stockings for me (yes, the whole way up) and I actually wore them once...

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  142. A very high cut Jeans that I wore to cover the belly I thought I had, but actually made me look like Steve Urkel... Horrible!

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  143. I'm your follower ofcourse :)

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  144. I once had to go to highschool with creases ironed down the middle of each jeans leg. Yes, jeans! After that day my mother was not allowed to iron any of my clothes. I think that was her master plan...

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  145. Wow - in the 80's I was pregnant most of it (three kids) and maternity wear was not very fashionable back then so everything was a disaster!

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  146. Not sure I can remember my school days - best forgotten! Ok how about wearing long socks when the fashion was to wear long socks scrunched around your ankles not pulled up to your knees - I'm not sure what was worse!
    Gorgeous fabrics - thanks for the giveaway

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