January 29, 2014

Sublime Floss Giveaway!


Guess who has a lovely set of Sublime Stitching's new floss colors to give away? WE DO! Want a free pack of Jenny's all-new beautiful floss?


Leave a comment on this post with your favorite floss name pictured above by Friday, January 31, 9PM CST, for a chance to win. This giveaway includes our international readers as well.

My favorite floss name is Bougainvillea - that's a mouthful! :) Thanks, Jenny!

Edit 1/29/14: Comment problems? I just noticed the Disqus comment thread is not showing up for me. If you can't leave a comment, email me your entry! Tell me the browser you're using, and your favorite floss name.

Edit 1/31/14 - The giveaway is closed, winner announced soon!

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121 comments:

  1. hmmm Peacock :))

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  2. Peacock...looks delish! x

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  3. Lilac Wine, no doubt about it...

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  4. My favourite is Joni - not only because it's a gorgeous mustard yellow, and named for Joni Mitchell, but it's also my sister's name (who was named after Joni Mitchell too!)

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  5. Bougainvillea is my favourite too - my pop grew these when I was little.

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  6. I like Joni. I just love that it's an actual name used for an inanimate object. I think all the floss should have "people names". I'd love to say things like, "Oh, I'm almost out of Geraldine and I could use a bit more Marco."

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  7. Tthey are all so gorgeous with such cute names....I think "Reception Mint" is funny

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  8. I love the Lilac Wine!

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  9. I have to say it is tied for me between Bougainvillea and Batchelder. Such creative names with beautiful shades to go with them!

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  10. Joni, without question - my favorite color named for my favorite singer? No doubt about it!

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  11. Mandolin! ❤️

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  12. Love all the names but after looking through all the floss that there is, Pina Colada struck a chord with me.

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  13. definitely lilac wine. :)

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  14. My favourite is Peacock (no it's Lilac Wine... I mean Bougainvillea ! - oh h***l - ALL OF THEM !!!!)

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  15. I just love that Peacock thread!

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  16. I like mandolin- it makes me think of summers at my college since we hosted a old-time music festival each year.

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  17. Lilac wine looks delicious to me!!

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  18. What's not to love about Lilac Wine!

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  19. Love lilac wine... Makes my mouth water!

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  20. Peacock! So beautiful!

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  21. I love Mandolin. What rich colors!

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  22. Batchelder is a an interesting and unique name.

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  23. appleton 2 ply crewel yarn!

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  24. Peacock! What a lovely color and a lovely bird.

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  25. Peacock! But the whole color way is wonderful!

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  26. Has to be Peacock...

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  27. Peyote! Such a great green!

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  28. It has to be Joni, hands down and today is such a perfect day for listening to Blue.

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  29. lilac wine, gorgeous colour, gorgeous name!

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  30. Peyote, for sure!

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  31. Lilac Wine! Sounds drinkable.

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  32. Lovely colour combo! As for my favourite, it's probably a tie between Lilac Vine, Mandolin and Batchelder.

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  33. Can't decide between lilac wine and peacock! Great colors and cool names!

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  34. I love the element of movement in the name Mandolin.

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  35. Awesome names!! I love Lilac Wine!!! Thanks for the chance - the colours are so rich and vibrant!!

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  36. I'm partial to Peyote, personally.
    Sorry for the dorky alliteration. I don't know what came over me.
    lol :)

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  37. Bougainvillea! My absolute favorite flower that, even after 7 years of living in San Francisco, I can't believe it grows all around me. I think of my time in Tanzania every time I see it.

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  38. Benhy Bradshaw CostelloJanuary 29, 2014 at 12:57 PM

    Mandolin ! Like the sound of the thread going through the fabric !

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  39. Mandolin, cause I play one!

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  40. I like batchelder. It sounds strong and it really fills your mouth! They all have cool names.

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  41. Elizabeth McDonaldJanuary 29, 2014 at 2:35 PM

    My favorite is Peacock! (Love all of the colors!)

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  42. Joni! these all look gorgeous!

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  43. Great names! I like Mandolin. :)

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  44. i love the name 'joni' :) all the colors are beautiful (and aptly named as well!)

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  45. Mmm, jewel tones.
    Batchelder. Although I am also a fan of lilacs, wine, and the color associated with them here .

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  46. Batchelder for me please. What an unusual name.

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  47. I love the purple, but I'm going with peyote! It's a fun word.

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  48. Bougainvillea - I have one in my backyard and it is exactly that colour (great plant, impossible to kill, as an aside ;))

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  49. I have been coveting this floss for a while, so beautiful. I love Mandolin, great name and that color is fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. Peyote is my favorite, any green, I've loved using Sublime floss. Hope to win this new collection. Swoon. xxxoo e

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  51. Haha mine is totally between that one (Bougainvillea) and Peacock. Hmmm to bring it to one...I'm going to go with Bougainvillea!! Thank you for the chance!

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  52. Definitely peacock :)

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  53. I think my favorite is Mandolin, I love the new collection!

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  54. All are so beautiful but Peacock is my favorite.

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  55. So hard to choose! I think lilac wine. I have been debating ordering this ( I have so much floss, I just found a box of unorganized floss) because it is so lovely.

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  56. Peacock is my favorite – both name and color – in great competition with Joni and Peyote.

    Btw the commenting didn't work with IE or Chrome on Windows nor in Chrome on Mac. But with Safari it works!

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  57. Lilac wine - what an evocative sounding 'flavour'!

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  58. Lilac wine, although it is hard to choose!

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  59. It has to be Lilac Wine.

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  60. Peacock - I love the colour and the name. I love the entire range - such yummy colours.

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  61. Yolanda TomaszewskiJanuary 30, 2014 at 6:53 AM

    Defiantly Joni!

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  62. Peacock - mostly because that color combination does look just like a peacock!

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  63. I am picking Joni as my favorite-my neice's name is Joni Merle- and my second favorite is Lilac Wine. Thanks for the giveaway! vickise at gmail dot com

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  64. They are all great names, but my favorite is Mandolin!

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  65. Peacock - definitely!

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  66. I think Peyote is the coolest new floss name. Although I really like bougainvillea and mandolin too!

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  67. Batchelder is such an interesting name. I have absolutely no idea what it means :-).

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  68. Bougainvillea of course! It is just the same as the flowering vine.

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  69. joni! it has to reference joni mitchell, yes?

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  70. Lilac Wine will suit me fine!

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  71. Man, lylac wine? That sounds fascinating!

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  72. Joni, of course! That is our daughter's name! kl

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  73. Mandolin, a word with many interpretations!

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  74. It is definitely 'Peacock' for me. What a fab giveway, thank you for the chance to win. Enjoy your weekend xoxo

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  75. Peacock for me. Love those colors!

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  76. I'm partial to Peyote, as it brings to mind the transcendental experience of stitching.

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  77. Batchelder is cool, too. That is the name of some beautiful Arts & Crafts tile found on many fireplaces in turn-of-the-century American homes.

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  78. It's an odd thing to say, but I love Peyote! (hee, hee)

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  79. Lilac Wine makes me think of fairy tales and adventures! How mysterious and exciting!

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  80. Peyote, such an unusual name for a colour!

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  81. Lilac Wine...hmm, is it a flower, or a beverage?!

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  82. LIlac vine - how lovely! Or maybe peyote? I cannot decide between them :-)

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  83. Lilac wine rules! And all the others :D

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  84. Hard to choose between Lilac Wine - because it's Jeff Buckley, and Batchelder - because it sounds good. Batchelder it is!

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  85. Ooo definitely peacock! It's gorgeous!

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  86. AS I read through the previous comments, I was surprised to see that my favorite, MANDOLIN, is not one of the more popular ones. It suggests making beautiful music with stitching to me...

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  87. So beautiful! I love bouganvillea, because I love the name, the colour, and tha fabulous plant!

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  88. I really like "Bell pull" Jeeves, to the drawing room!

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  89. Lilac wine is my favorite!!

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  90. Lilac Wine is my favorite name. Gorgeous colors!

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  91. My favorite is Batchelder! Stunning!

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  92. Amy Molica LazzaroJanuary 31, 2014 at 4:00 PM

    I chose Peacock! 1. They are beautiful 2. A peacock feather was my first stitch project I did!! 😀

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  93. Love Bougainvillea too! That's my favorite flower, I can never kill it! grecomara at gmail dot com

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  94. I really love Lilac Wine! Gorgeous colors to choose from!

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  95. Peacock is my dream color!

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  96. I love Bell Pull Jeeves!

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  97. i just think batchelder is such fun to say. batchelder batchelder batchelder! fabulous.

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