Wednesday, December 2, 2009

giveaway day! {ended}

Wednesday, December 2, 2009


it's giveaway day over @ sew mama sew!


so i'm offering up 8 fat eights of "A Breath Of Avignon" the new line from American Jane {Sandy Klop} that will be out early 2010!

to enter... leave a comment saying what you would make with them... simple as that!!
{shipping in the US only}
{you have till dec 6th to enter}
{ended}

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ps.. thanks for all the birthday wishes!! i had a great one!

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oh and take a minute to go check out what rachel is doing... and join in to help!! i've donated my quilting services...


235 comments:

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Greta said...

Okay I joined my first quilting bee and we are making spider web blocks. I decided that I am going to make mine in blues, greens, and browns for the hubs because he is always complaining he doesn't have a quilt of his own. So i would totally share the love and include these with my fabrics that I am sending out to my new quilting buddies. That way everyone in my group would be a winner :)

irene said...

My daughter loves blue- I think I would make a fun bag for her for spring. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

SisterlyLove said...

I would maybe make a cute little quilt to give away or maybe I'd be selfish and make a bag for me. :)

Cute! Thanks!
Genevieve
jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net
www.prettywit.etsy.com

Lizzy.Post said...

What would I make with them???

- A baby quilt. I have a few friends pregnant right now, but not sure on the genders yet.

Anonymous said...

oh i would use these yummy fabrics for a quilt for my nephew. thanks so much for a chance...these would look great in his stacked coins quilt.
brina
blrohloff at aol dot com

Tina said...

I would probably use them to make a pretty spring quilt. They are lovely!

Patty said...

A bag or use them in a quilt.

CMEH said...

What lovely farbic! Thanks so much! I enjoyed your blog... I will visit again soon!

sandyandcosmo said...

Thank you for bringing the Irish Flood Quilts to everyone's attention, I'm sure I can donate something to the cause. As for the fabric, it would have to go into a quilt!

Farah Z said...

Thanks for offering a chance to win these great fabrics, Julie!
I've been thinking of making a table runner since the day I saw the pictures of "A Breath Of Avignon" a while ago.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Probably a baby quilt.

mrsbeaver said...

How lovely. Maybe a doll quilt, maybe some soft toys or a bag....I never know unitl I start

Betsy said...

Lovely fabrics - I would definitely use them for a table runner in my dining room! The blues would look great against my dark wood table and the red walls in there! Thanks for the giveaway!

Andrea in Vermont said...

I would give them to my crafty twelve year old son, whose favorite color is blue. He would probably use them to make a little something for one of his cousins.

fyreflye said...

Love your blog. I'd use that great fabric for decorating kitchen towels. I love blue, and i bet that would go very well in my kitchen.

Thanks for the opportunity.

Bobbi

Richelle said...

That would make a cute little quilt!

Misty.Creek said...

A new bag or two, of course!

Rachel said...

I would definitely add these to a patchwork baby quilt for my sister in-law expecting a boy in April!

itsgottabeodin said...

I'd made a CD holder out of them. Thanks for the opportunity

Crissy said...

maybe I could make an apron? or a new diaper bag? Hmmm, so many options.

please check out my giveaway if you get the chance! http://crissybell.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I might mix it with some solids to make a larger quilt.

Sarita said...

thanks for the opportunity to enter your awesome giveaway! i'd most likely use this fabric in a quilt... not sure which sort yet. thanks also for the irish flood quilts tag - i hadn't heard about the flooding, and i'm heading off to read about it just as soon as i enter here :)
cheers
sarita0818 at comcast dot net

Anonymous said...

A quilt - of course!

Anonymous said...

I will probably use them for a quilted bag!

jennsquaredATgmailDOTcom

Anonymous said...

Love that fabric! I would probably make a tote bag, because that fabric would look great with my luggage.

Anonymous said...

I would work them into some quilts, gorgeous! THanks so much!

rollerskates at gmail dot com

♥Lola said...

I would mix the fabric with other fabric that I have to make some toys. :)

Kessilari said...

Ah, very nice fabric. I would probably either make a bunch of pillows (always fun) or see if I can actually do an entire quilt, since I really like the fabric and wouldn't mind it playing a large part in covering my bed. ^^
Thanks for the giveaway!
embyrfire [at] hotmail [dot] com

Lora said...

such cute fabric!
i'd probably use it in a quilt - its so great..
thanks for the chance to win!
lora
eagerhands@gmail.com
ps-check out my blog for a vintage goodie basket giveaway!

Leigh said...

I would probably make little bags out of the fabric, or work them into a quilt!

K. Anne said...

please enter me in your giveaway!
thanks!
~Kim
(ksknitchic@yahoo.com)

Trisha said...

What a great giveaway. I would make a tote bag.

ILuvBNaMom said...

I hope there is still time to enter - the fabric is lovely! I'd have to make an apron or bags out of it!

sarah said...

Patchwork apron for my dive maybe a matching purse:) Thanks

Cal said...

I would make as big of a quilt as I would be able to muster with these. I just got the book "Quilting for peace", and I am seriously considering starting to contribute my efforts, but haven't yet choose a charity. I think this will be my New Year's Resolution.

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