Friday, June 13, 2014

American Made Brand Blog Tour

Welcome to Day 20 of the American Made Brand blog tour. 
You can find American Made Brand online at americanmadebrand.com. These fabrics are 100% American made and they are made from US grown cotton. There are 50 yummy colors as you can see in the color swatch image below.


The AMB blog tour coordinator asked me if I would participate and make a block to represent North Dakota. If you are wondering about the other 49 states and their AMB blocks, visit the following page to see all the state's AMB block blog posts. Click here for the entire blog tour line up.

Let me first give you a little information about North Dakota.
  • Bismarck is the capital
  • Fargo is the largest city
  • Agriculture is the state's largest industry
  • North Dakota is one of the least visited states as far as tourism goes. We do have the Theodore Roosevelt National Park which is in the Badlands. Another place to visit is the International Peace Garden, located at the border of North Dakota and Canada.
  • The state is mostly known for its wide open spaces.
Here is the block I made for the AMB blog tour.



The block has a sunflower on it which represents one of North Dakota's major crops. The state bird is the Western Meadowlark, and the state flower is the Prairie Rose. All of the state blocks from the blog tour will be put together into one quilt and I will share a photo of that here when it is completed. If you would like to make a block like mine, click the following link. North Dakota AMB Block instructions.

Okay, are you ready for a giveaway??  AMB is allowing me to give away a fat quarter bundle, like the ones pictured here. The fat quarter bundle contains 8 fat quarters.


I'm also going to give away two more prizes. Each will include the leftover fabric swatches from my AMB fabrics and a sample of Mistyfuse fusible web and a sample of Transdoodle, a reusable tracing paper for fabric. The winner of the fat quarter bundle will also receive the Mistyfuse and Transdoodle samples. 


So that means I will be drawing three winners: One for the fat quarter bundle prize, and two for the remaining fabric swatche prizes. To enter, please leave me a comment and tell me if you have ever been to North Dakota.

THANK YOU! THE DRAWING IS NOW CLOSED.

Please only enter if you live in the US or have a US address where the prize can be mailed. I will draw the three winners on Wednesday, June 18.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the tour.

169 comments:

  1. Gorgeous block. I have stumbled into North Dakota a time or two but never had the time to really visit. The least visited state though? That was surprising to me.

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  2. Never been to North Dakota. I wasn't ever a fan of western movies or cowboy/Indian things so I guess I have a negative view of states like that. It's probably an unfair stereotype and I would most likely be surprised if I did visit.

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    1. Never been to your state.maybe one day. Great block

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  3. Oh lots of times!! I'm from SD :) NDSU were our big rivals (I ran cross country and track for SDSU). You created a lovely block

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  4. I've never been to your state. Maybe some day. Thanks.

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  5. I have been to Fargo when I visited relatives in northern MN. nice block

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  6. I love your license plate block Terri, especially the pretty meadowlark
    I have not been to ND before but my husband has several times.
    thank you for the extra prize chances
    Kathy

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  7. Yippee! American made products!!

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  8. Your block captures the beauty of the fields of sunflowers

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  9. I have never been to North Dakota. I live in the deep south east, and have mostly traveled in the eastern states. I've enjoyed this blog tour. It's been fun to visit so many states in our great country :-)

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  10. I need to visit North Dakota!

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  11. Your block is just beautiful, well done!! Sorry, I have not visited North Dakota maybe someday.

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  12. I like sunflowers. I like how to incorporated one on your block.

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  13. I sadly have to say I have never been to North Dakota - my husband is not fond of cold weather - so.....we would have to make a trip in the summer. Texas is too cold for him in the winter! Great license tag - enjoyed your post.

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  14. really like your license plate. Have only been through the bad lands in search of Elk on our trip out west a few years ago- feel like we might have cheated your state and hope at some point to return again.. it sounds lovely..

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  15. I have not been to North Dakota, but I would love to visit sometime!

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  16. I love your license plate. I have never been to North Dakota but your tour makes it sound so inviting.

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  17. Beautiful block. I was trying to remember if we drove through North Dakota on our way back to Maryland from Alaska on the Al-Can Highway, but since we visited Yellowstone, we must have come across the border further west. Would love to visit the Badlands one day. Thanks.

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  18. We travel through N. Dakota often in our travels. We have always enjoyed both N and S Dakota. You did a great job on your plate.

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  19. Your plate is so bright and cheery for being home to the Badlands! I have been to there! Very interesting to see! I was a kid so the excursion factor of the land was the biggest draw! Thanks for the drawing!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny at yahoo dot come

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  20. This piece is beautiful. I have never been to N Dakota but maybe one day!!! Thank you for sharing!

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  21. I love your plate! I have not been to North Dakota, but hope to someday!

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  22. I have not been to North Dakota. I love the giant sunflower on your license plate!

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  23. I have been to many US states! I only have a dozen or so to go before I've been to all 50 and unfortunately, North Dakota is one of those few I haven't been to yet!

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  24. I had no idea that sunflowers were a major crop there. My son in law has a branch of his business in ND.

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  25. I have never been to ND. Such a pretty license plate, such cheerful colors.

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  26. I have never been there but love your license plate.

    suebennett1975@gmail.com

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  27. Nice quilt block. Have never been to North Dakota. Thanks for the giveaway!
    info {at} cocoplumbeachhouse {com}

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  28. My DH and I drove through North Dakota on the way home to Oregon from Sturgis one year. Love the sunflower!

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  29. I've never been to North Dakota but I love wide open spaces so I'd like to visit sometime. Your block is great!

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  30. I have never been to your state but I would love to visit!

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  31. Yes, I have been in North Dakota. Sometimes we drive the northern route from Seattle to my family in Minnesota. I love the sunflower fields...the sunflowers turn their heads to follow the sun during the day!

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  32. I really love the applique on your block! My block was yesterday, and it was so fun to see all of the comments that people left! Enjoy that! Also, I have been to ND because a friend lived in Beaulah (not sure of spelling). We went to Bismark and to the International Peace Gardens. It was beautiful! Your state reminded me so much of everything I love about Nebraska--it is a wonderful place!

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  33. I love your license plate block, especially the sunflower and bird!

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  34. OH I love your license plate! I have never been to North Dakota, but have it on my list of places to visit!

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  35. Pretty licence plate. No, I haven't visited your state. Hello, from New York. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

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  36. i've not been to ND and had no idea sunflowers were so popular there. how fun!

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  37. Love the way you did your sunflower. Looks very natural.

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  38. NIce license plate design, esp the meadowlark, a bird with a glorious voice!
    thanks

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  39. Oh yes, I've been to North Dakota many many times, since I live in northern Wisconsin and have spent summers in the West all my life. I loved the International Peace Garden, I've been to the basic tourist sites and have simply wandered wherever my van took me. Quiet beauty is everywhere if you look for it.
    Thanks for the giveaway. Your block is great.

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  40. Never been to North Dakota :(
    Your license plate block is beautiful!

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  41. Your block is lovely! I have never been to ND. Hello from OHIO.

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  42. Yes, I've been to North Dakota several times. The last time to pick up an old tractor just as it started to snow.

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  43. Your block is stunning! I love the bright colors. I have been to North Dakota several times in my lifetime, always on the way to somewhere else but we were able to stop and enjoy the beauties of the state. Fortunately, it was always in the summer!

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  44. Nice block! I've never been to North Dakota, but I'd like to see the Badlands someday. (Also, in case I'm a lucky winner, I have a US mailing address, even though I live in Canada.)

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  45. Nice license plate. I have been to the Badlands years ago.
    Shawn

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  46. I like your license plate design. I have never been to ND. I am from Colorado.

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  47. Hello Terri, well I love Sunflowers so your License plate is a winner w/me:)
    Never have been to North Dakota but planning a Northwest tour in the next two years so its definitely on our list.

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  48. You did a great job on your license plate! I have lived in South Dakota my entire life, except for a year-long stay in North Dakota. We lived in the tiny town of Zeeland in 1993, where my dad taught music. We always laugh that we left SD for a year, but we only moved 2 miles over the border. Zeeland is just 2 miles from SD.

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  50. HI from Montana! I've not been to ND, but would like to visit!
    Thanks for sharing a neat giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  51. I have never been to your state. I am a native raised Michigan resident .Your block is nice and bright after the brutal winter that we all suffered this past winter.

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  52. I have never been to North Dakota. It's interesting to learn that your state grows so many sunflowers. Who doesn't love them? Nice block.

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  53. Hello from Oregon. I have not been to North Dakota but I have heard the sunflowers are beautiful!

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  54. I've lived in North Dakota all but 3 years of my life--enjoyed those years in DC but was sure glad to move back "home." I live in Bismarck now but grew up on a farm and graduated from NDSU. Other hidden things in ND to visit are the Enchanted Highway--where else can one see giant sculptures of grasshoppers, flying geese, deer and so much more; the new Heritage Center after it opens in November from a 52 million dollar expansion, and the Monkey room in the state capitol building. Love your block. Please enter me in the giveaways. kthurn@bektel.com

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  55. Greetings from Missouri, never been to North Dakota but have heard the vast open-ness is a bit intimidating! Beautiful block!

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  56. I've never been to North Dakota. My bucket list includes visiting all 50 states, so hopefully I will get there someday!

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  57. I am from Wisconsin, but have never been to North Dakota. Would like to visit it some day.

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  58. I'm from New York originally but now living in Oregon - yes I've traveled through North Dakota. Love the badlands and the vast country skyscapes. And your license block is lovely with that rising sun.

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  59. I'm from Pennsylvania and have never been to North Dakota. I hope to travel through it by train next year!

    Beth

    oneoldgoat1962 at gmail dot com

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  60. I have sadly never been to North Dakota but I plan to one day! I feel like it's the Americana that I've traveled around looking for. Beautiful plate, you are truly an artist! Thanks for the chance to win.,

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  61. Sadly I have never been to North Dakota. I hope one day I can visit.

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  62. Iowa here - never been to ND but do have friends that live there and hope to visit some time besides winter -we have enough of that here

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  63. No, have not been to North Dakota. Maybe one day... Like your design.

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  64. Was very close to North Dakota last year. I was at the monuments in South Dakota. Your block is beautiful!

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  65. I have never been to North Dakota. I live in Vermont, and our winters are probably almost as cold as yours.
    I love your block!
    Thanks for the 3 chances at a giveaway!

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  66. I have not been to North Dakota. Maybe someday!

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  67. Never been to North Dakota but someday we hope to get all 50 states under our belts!
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  68. Lovely license plate. I've been through and over North Dakota, mostly on my way to places like Vancouver and Edmonton -- traveling from Wisconsin. I'm planning a trip for pleasure some day to see those wonderful wide open spaces. Thanks for participating and representing your state.

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  69. No, I've never been to North Dakota but in a few years when hubby retires, I want to RV up that way. Your info was interesting and I love your colorful block!
    Have a delightful day!
    D~~~~

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  70. I've never been, but I'd love to win!

    jean
    jlickun@aol.com

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  71. I've never been to North Dakota but would love to, I live in TEXAS and I love sunflowers. Thanks

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  72. Beautiful license plate! Love the state flower and bird on it and the sunflower. Lovely work. Haven't made it yet to North Dakota. Thanks for the quick tour. tweetyb936@aol.com

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  73. Love your license plate! I was born and raised in SD, and I have now been to 47 states. Sadly, ND is not among them. I plan to get there in the next couple of years. Thanks for a chance at the give away.

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  74. Your block is beautiful! Love the sunflower. Thanks for sharing.

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  75. I love your block! I have drive "through" North Dakota but haven't actually "visited." Maybe some day I'll be able to cross it of my to-visit list! Thanks for the giveaways.

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  76. Minnot, Bottineau, we spent some time on the road together (selling yellow page ads) in those and other cities in the '90s. In Bottineau we ate in a real bakery - had soup for lunch at a communal table (the only table) and it was goooood. Fond memories.
    Hugs

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  77. I've never been to North Dakota. I love your license plate, especially the meadow lark. That is our (Nebraska) state bird too.

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  78. My sister just happens to be visiting from North Dakota, so I can't wait to tell her about your very pretty block. She's a transplant from Louisiana and loves the summers. Winter...not so much! I hope to visit her in the next year or two since I'll be retiring soon. Your block really is pretty and cheerful. I love that sunflower.

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  79. I have never been to North Dakota. This blog hop has made me realize how much of the US I haven't seen!

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  80. I really like your block. It's nice and sunny on this rainy day I've got here. I've never been to ND, but it's on my list. I'm trying to visit all 50 states and get fabric from each one! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  81. I love your block. I didn't know you had sunflowers there. I have been to ND several times when young to visit relatives in Grand Forks. We were always excited to see our cousins.

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  82. Never been to North Dakota (I'm in western NY). Love the sunflower on your block.

    I also went back to your May 31 post. I love your purses. I made something similar when I couldn't find a purse pattern for a small purse. Many of them are way to big for me. I like to travel light.

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  83. Hi!!! I love your bright and shiny block!!! Very cheerful!!!! I have never been to North Dakota!!! Maybe someday!!!!

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  84. I've never been to North Dakota but I've always wanted to visit! I love sunflowers, so cheerful! I'm from Ohio and so far not much traveling. I loved your sunny block, beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  85. No..have never been to North Dakota... Maybe "Someday tho!" :) Looove your block!! Sunflowers are a Favorite here, we plant them every Summer//just cause they are so fun! (Plus my Husband's Brother & family live in Kansas! )...May be anothe reason for lovin' sunflowers? giggle...

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  86. I have not been to North Dakota, but I love your licence plate. I also love misty fuse. I have not seen transdoodle, but would love to try it. thanks for the chance.

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  87. I have been to North Dakota and I love your license plate block. The sunflower always makes me happy. I haven't heard of transdoodle, I need to look up more info on it. Thanks for participating in the blog tour !

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  88. I have not visited North Dakota but reading about it and seeing the motifs you used make me want to visit.....in the summer!

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  89. I love your license plate! Definitely one of the best ones so far. I have been to North Dakota, and it was much lovelier than expected. You guys get bad PR!

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  90. Great block! I haven't been to North Dakota, but want to go. Thanks for the info!

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  91. I love North Dakota! I've been to Grand Forks and Minot and think your state is beautiful. On my way to one quilt shop, I saw antelopes play. It was cool to see. I would love to go back.

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  92. I like your block and all the different things you used to create it. I've never heard of Transdoodle. I'm looking that up next! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  93. Thank you for the giveaway. I would never guess sunflowers would be a major crop. Have not visited your state as we live in FL.
    maryellen1304@hotmail.com

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  94. My husband's family was from ND, so we've visited more than once! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  95. North Dakota is one of the states I have not had the opportunity to visit. One day ....

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  96. I attended a Teachers' Convention in Jamestown way back in 1958. A son-in-law is from Minot so I've heard a lot about ND and its excellent fishing and hunting. Greeting from NE. Your block really tells a lot about your state.

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  97. I love the artistic elements in your license plate block Terri, and would love to try the Mistyfuse and the other material you mentioned as I've never heard of it before. Thanks so much for an interesting block and a great giveway.
    marsha.hodgkins@yahoo.com

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  98. So glad to find your blog. Love your bag in the previous post. My mom was from North Dakota, so I have a fondness for the state. Great license plate block!

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  99. You made a beautiful and interesting block. No, I have not had the pleasure og visiting North Dakota.

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  100. Teri--what a bright cheery license plate! We traveled through South Dakota moving from Washington State to Illinois, but didn't make it into North Dakota :( I had wonderful work friends from Fargo, though. Good memories.

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  101. No, I've never been to North Dakota.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  102. I have been to north Dakota - my mom is from there and we would visit her family when we were kids. One time we went to the International Peace Garden - it was beautiful. Love your quilt block.....

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  103. Oh Terri, this is fun, I love the pretty brought colors! Hope I win one.

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  104. What a great license plate. I love the way you added the shading to the sky and sunflower! Since ND is close to Minn, I have been to ND, as my family used to visit all the relatives in Minn and travel to ND on the way there or home!

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  105. No, sorry, but I have never visited ND but I have friends who were born there!
    k(dot)castanette(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  106. I really like you block! I sure wouldn't mind winning some of the American Made Brand fabric. thanks for sharing about North Dakota.

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  107. Something happened, I was stuck and unable to continue writing my post, above. I wanted to add that unfortunately, I've never been to ND yet. I'd love to visit - in the summer time - I just know it's a beautiful state which I'll enjoy a lot. But I'm afraid if I come in the winter, all I'll see is snow, and I'll get stuck somewhere and not be able to get around. So when I do come, it'll be summer time. Can't wait.

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  108. Very creative block and most generous give aways. :o). Thanks.

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  109. The closest I've come to a visit is watching Fargo (movie & series). : )
    Cute block! Thanks. Notwendy gmail

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  110. I love your license plate! I would like to visit your state but in the summer when it's warm.

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  111. such a pretty block. Our family has been to the badlands a couple of times. We have enjoyed it each time. Driving through was a treat each time. Thanks for sharing.

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  112. I have visited North Dakota, many years ago when I was a child, on one of our family's annual road trips. I don't remember much, though! sarah@forrussia.org

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  113. I love your block. The colors and design are so lovely. I have never been to North Dakota. Would love to make it there, just haven't had the opportunity yet.

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  114. Lovely block....such beautiful colors. Well done.

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  115. Greetings from Oklahoma, USA. I have never been to North Dakota, but I enjoyed your blog tour. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  116. I have driven through parts of North Dakota on my way to visit friends in Yankton, SD! Loved driving through pieces of the Badlands.

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  117. Adding North Dakota to my bucket list.

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  118. No, I'm in VA and have never been out to your state. Thx for your post!

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  119. Never been to ND. Your license plate block looks great!

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  120. I pass through North Dakota while driving to MN to visit my dad. We drive from CA! I have visited the badlands as well as T. Roosevelt NP. One year we drove home via hwy. 2, it was gorgeous and a bit snowy. All the farm fields had lines of snow dustings, like someone painted them! What a great inspiration for a quilt! And Fargo is an adorable town too!

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  121. I pass through North Dakota while driving to MN to visit my dad. We drive from CA! I have visited the badlands as well as T. Roosevelt NP. One year we drove home via hwy. 2, it was gorgeous and a bit snowy. All the farm fields had lines of snow dustings, like someone painted them! What a great inspiration for a quilt! And Fargo is an adorable town too!

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  122. I have not been to ND but hope to one day when my husband and I have travel after he retires. Love your plate.

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  123. It's on my travel list to go to the Dakotas! I love to travel and quilt so this tour is really a fun trip for me. You have a beautiful plate made!

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  124. I have not had the pleasure of visiting North Dakota.

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  125. I love the composition of your license plate block. I've never been to North Dakota.

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  126. North Dakota is one of my very favorite states to travel through!!! So many wonderfully friendly folks...Quite possibly the cleanest rest areas...and the playground at Medora still ranks as one of the best all-time places we visited with small boys, stumbled upon quite by surprise :) Your block is sunny and bright, just like your wonderful state!

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  127. I have never been to North Dakota. But I have watched a show that the people were supposedly in North Dakota if that counts. Lol

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  128. Thanks for the chance to win! I have never been to North Dakota!

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  129. I would love to visit the North Dakota in the summer. Great job on your plate.
    Carolyn B cab4325@yahoo.com

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  130. Yes. Way back in 1977 on our way west as we moved from Mass. To Ca. One of the best trips zig zagging the country to see as much as we could. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Socoquilter@gmail.com

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  131. Lovely plate! Have never been in ND, have never used Transdoodle or Mistyfuse. Would like to visit ND and try those 2 products, they sound interesting.

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  132. Love you block. Never been to you state, maybe one day.

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  133. I grew up in MN so we went to ND on several family trips. I haven't been in a really long time though.

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  134. I have not been to North Dakota. Hopefully someday! Love your license plate. Thanks for sharing. Cynthia cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  135. I grew up in Minot. I can remember driving to a supper club in Mandan one night, having dinner and then driving back to Minot and thinking nothing of it except we were going to have a great dinner! I think we were in our early twenties and thought it was great fun!

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  136. No, I have never been to North Dakota. I would like to some day, though. Cute license plate.

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  137. I've never been to ND, sure would love to visit though!! Nice block.

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  138. Your License Plate turned out wonderful. Yes I have been to ND but in the Spring not the Winter. Too cold for me. You people are tough.

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  139. I really like your block design and it will look fabulous in the final quilt with all of our blocks. Nicely done.

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  140. I've only ever been through ND, on a train trip to Glacier National Park. Definitely coming back to take a longer look around, though! :)

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  141. I have never been to North Dakota, but the S.O. has family there (uncle & his family, grandmother). And yes, they are farmers.

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (dot) com

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  142. I enjoyed learning a little about North Dakota. I am former Air Force and we always said, "Why not Minot?" LOL The answer is, "It's freezing that's the reason." I am sure it is a wonderful place to visit though!

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  143. I was born in North Dakota and lived there through college. Your license plate is beautiful. Well done, as usual.

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  144. North Dakota is one of 15 US states that I have left to visit to complete my 50 state tour. I am really enjoying the fabric license plates on this tour.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  145. I've never been to North Dakota, but I's love to visit sometime. I love your delightful license plate. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  146. I love your work, Terri! You have inspired me to dabble with Inktense and Neocolor ii on fabric myself.
    No, I have not made it to North Dakota... yet.

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  147. Yes, I've driven across ND twice, on family visits to MT, one bunch of years ago. Would love to do that again. You created a pretty block.

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  148. I have been in ND several times!! Thanks for the give away:)

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  149. Terri, Exclude from your prize drawing. Just wanted to stop by and thank you for participating in our blog tour. I LOVE your North Dakota license plate design - great job!

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  150. My family drove through once on a summer camping trip visiting national parks.

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  151. Beautiful block! I just love the sunflower "sunrise" ! thank you!

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  152. Yes , on our way from Massachusetts to Washington. The Badlands are fascinating!
    diannc(at)aol(dot)com

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  153. North Dakota is a place I have not visited yet. It's on my bucket list. Love how you have used all the delicious solids to bring your plate to life!

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  154. You have a beautiful blog. I'm in love with the background, so light and soft. Your license plate is equally divine.

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  155. I've never been to ND, but we hope to travel the US when we retire. Great job on the license plate.

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  156. I love your sunflower license plate! I've never been to ND, although a trip seems like it's in order!

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  157. I live in Illinois now, but I grew up in Kansas. So, I appreciate the wide open spaces! Kansas also has the meadowlark as its state bird. I haven't been to North Dakota before. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  158. I've never been to your state but would love to visit. Your license plate is darling! Great job!

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  159. Yes I've been but it was when I was a kid. Love your license plate block.

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  160. I have never been to North Dakota. Some day I would love to take a road trip to visit many of the states I've never been to.

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  161. pretty bock! I've never been to ND but if you say it s the least visited state, maybe I should go!

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  162. Beautifully designed and skillfully executed block, Terri! Love the sunflower. I have never been to North Dakota. I do have a U.S. mailing address.

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  163. No, I've never been to North Dakota. I loved your license plate. Thanks.

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  164. The closest I've been to your state is to drive though South Dakota. I love wide open spaces. .thanks for the giveaway.

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  165. I drove through ND in '95 on a cross country trip .... Never suspecting that I would one day Live Here! moved from Vermont just before Thanksgiving 2012. Very Different but BEAUTIFUL country :o)

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  166. I've never been to North Dakota but your block is a lovely representation.

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  167. Thank you so much to everyone for participating in the AMB Blog tour and giveaway here on my blog. The drawing is now closed and I the winners are announced in the next blog post.

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