Welcome to Deb Strain's studio...

Welcome to Deb Strain's studio...

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Now in stores...."Seascapes!"








Hello Dear Friends!

Hope that December has started well for all of you.
What a fun, busy time of year!

I just wanted to take you away from
holiday baking  and present wrapping for
a moment to
let you know that 
"Seascapes"
is now in your favorite
Quilt Shop!


"Seascapes"
is my newest line of fabric, 
filled with blues, greens and aquas of
the ocean.
Seashells and sand dollars, scallops and sea horses
will remind you of treasures from the sea.



has created 3 wonderful Quilt Patterns with
"Seascapes."

This is just one of them.
Be sure to stop by her website to see all three!

And now for the drawing.....
Leave a comment by Dec. 15th,
telling me your favorite 
holiday tradition.
On the 15th, I will random.org
will help me choose the winner
of a "Seascapes" JELLY ROLL!


Good luck to you and Happy Holidays!
Always,
Deb






47 comments:

  1. Oh my! I so love this collection and would love a chance to win! My favorite holiday tradition is probably stuffing the stockings for my kids. They are basically grown up now, the youngest is a freshman in college. But I still love to do it!

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  2. I so love this fabric line! It is gorgeous!

    Every year, hubby and I go out looking at the lights around the city. We try different areas every week and compare our favorites (and not so favorites!) and try to remember if they changed anything from the year before.

    Thanks for the chance to win
    Sandy A

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  3. This line is so gorgeous - i already bough some :) and my favorite holiday tradition is probably driving around with the family looking at lights.

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  4. definitely going to need some of this pretty blue fabric :) favorite holiday tradition. Driving around after dark to see all the neighborhood lights with a steaming cup of cocoa waiting at home. Thanks for a chance to win :)

    llsbaskets(at)comcast(dot)net

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  5. In my family we always open the presents after a late night Christmas Eve party.
    Thanks for the chance to win all those lovely blues. Happy Holidays to you too.

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  6. The tradition we had in my childhood that I miss is going to Midnight Mass.It is no longer said in our area.This fabric is gorgeous.

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  7. One of my favorite holiday traditions is making candy with my father. He is 77, but he still wants to continue the tradition. I am happy to oblige him. I treasure the time shared making our candy for Christmas together.

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  8. My favorite tradition is our Christmas stockings. We've ended up traveling a lot the last few years over Christmas, and wherever we go, the stockings are hung. We live in Minnesota, and this year the stockings will hang on a deck railing in California. Our oldest daughter has her first real job and can't come home, so we're going there.

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  9. Thank you for the chance to win your beautiful fabric. We have always enjoyed the time we spend decorating the tree. There is always lots of chatter along the way, and reminders of previous years with the different decorations. A very treasured time.

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  10. That is just the prettiest and most soothing color for fabric. I love it and I have seen pictures of that quilt...it is beautiful. My favorite holiday tradition is our cookie Sunday where we bake all day. Can't wait for this year's.

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  11. My favorite holiday tradition is making gingerbread houses.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. Our favorite holiday now is to drive through the neighborhoods looking at Christmas lights. As a kid I loved to go caroling. Have a great holiday season!

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  13. Beautiful fabric! My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas eve when we get together with friends. The guys all go shopping that day and the kids make gingerbread houses. It's so much fun! Thanks for the giveaway! :0)

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  14. Looks like another beautiful line Deb, soft and refreshing. My favorite tradition, hmm, I think it would be letting the kids open a gift on Christmas Eve. They are always so very excited by this time, they just can't contain it.

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  15. I love your new fabric! Our favorite tradition is decorating the tree. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. Finally! I'm just crazy about this line! There are a lot of holiiday traditions that I love, but probably my favorite is that before the day's insanity starts, my husband and I take our dogs out to a wilderness park and let them run run run! It starts off everyone's day just right!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  17. My favorite christmas traditions is looking at all the pretty light displays! I love your line of fabric and would love to win.

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  18. Lovely blues - and the Waves pattern is so pretty. I always look forward to our evening of driving around to see Christmas lights. My son is 5 and he's really into spotting the displays and loves all the blow up characters that people put in their yards.

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  19. I've been looking for some lovely blues, thank you! My favorite tradition is cutting down a tree. This year we cut one out of our backyard--we've just bought our home and wanted a couple of trees removed anyway so that seemed like the most appropriate way to do it. It was doubly nice because my baby girl is just 2 months old and she could "participate" too.

    I also love singing Christmas songs around the tree with all of the lights except the tree lights off.

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  20. Such a pretty line! I LOVE going to get our Christmas Tree and then decorating it ;)

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  21. Favourite Christmas tradition is waiting till after lunch on Christmas day to open gifts. There is more build up of anticipation and we are all happy anyway because of the good food we ate.

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  22. Gorgeous fabric! Our traditions have changed as our children got older and emptied our nest. Now we just look forward to their visits. :-) And we always call who ever couldn't make it home. Thanks for the chance!

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  23. I have had chinese noodles every year (67 of them) on Christmas eve, my mother fixed them because it was quick and easy and she usually had as many as 40 for dinner on Christmas. I continue the tradition just because, and have served as many as 18. We usually have friends and family and sometimes the family of friends and in-laws. This year I am expecting 13 or so. Just take beef stew meat and simmer all day - adding flavors as needed for a good broth. Shread beef, and chop up onion and hard boiled eggs to use as toppings. Cook chinese noodles in the broth (usually have to add broth if serving large groups as the noodles soak it up). Serve in bowls with broth and let guests top as desired. Some use soy for flavors - I prefer just the broth.

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  24. My favorite tradition is our family all attending the late Christmas Eve service together and then gathering for a late dinner together!

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  25. My favorite holiday tradition is opening new pajamas on Christmas Eve - that way everyone looks so cute for pictures under the tree the next morning!

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  26. Love the fabric. Favorite tradition is every Christmas Eve we go bowling in the early afternoon. Strange but true. It is a lot of fun and we are all together laughing.
    Shawn

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  27. Beautiful colors in the new fabric. Favorite tradition is Christmas cookie baking and eating!

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  28. Love love love the colors. My favorite tradition is our ornament exchange on Christmas Eve. Sometimes we do a White elephant instead. and of course we eats lots!

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  29. My favorite tradition is baking Christmas cookies with my cousin.
    We make so favorites and always try some new recipes too.

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  30. Past holiday traditions have revolved around family coming together and enjoying favorite foods - crown roast of pork with all of the trimmings and Christmas pudding for dessert.

    Now that the kids are grown and other family members have moved away, we are enjoying beachside vacations in Florida. As I need to make a couple of beach-themed quilts for our vacation home, this line of fabric will be perfect!

    Happy Holidays,
    Robin

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  31. We always watch a family movie on Christmas Eve. Makes for great togetherness and a bit of peacefulness before the big day. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  32. Used to live by the ocean and really miss it. Have been planning a beach/sea quilt and this will be the perfect fabric for it!
    My favorite tradition has been to have my son pick out keepsake ornaments each year to add to the tree.

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  33. My favorite tradition is spending time with my children, my neighbors and my friends on Christmas Eve. Everyone brings something to share for a meal and we talk and share stories. After my neighbors and friends go home, my sons and I go to a candlelight service. I treasure this because they are both older now and soon will have their own families to create family traditions with.

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  35. My favorite tradition is one we (I) hope to implement this year. Our children are all grown and beginning lives of their own and not always able to be with us on Christmas, so my husband and I are planning to go out to eat on Christmas Eve and then spend the evening together quietly, maybe watching a movie, with hot cocoa and treats. I think that will make a great new tradition for us as we wait for the grandbabies to start arriving! ;)

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  36. My favorite tradition growing up was going to midnight mass and listening to the wonderful music. Then we had the anticipation of coming home and getting to open one small present before we were sent to bed.

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  37. This is such a beautiful collection. The colors are so calming. Our favorite tradition during the holidays is to drive around and look at the Christmas lights and then open one gift on Christmas eve. rkbiggs at yahoo.com

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  38. Awesome fabric!!! The color you have chosen also looks great.

    Kids Games

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  39. We don't have any traditions that i can think of, we spend time with family, play games, and of course food!

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  40. My favorite tradition is traveling to South Dakota to spend time with our families for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  41. My favorite Christmas tradition is making homemade gingerbread cookies- having the kids, and now granddaughters, help roll, cut, bake and decorate! Thanks so much for the chance to win!!

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