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GIVEAWAY DAY - Fabric & I-Spy Squares

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!! WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON MY BLOG AND NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL

Today begins Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day... which actually lasts all week! You will find some amazing handcrafted items as well as crafting supplies, so what are you waiting for? Go check it out!



I am offering a group of 4" I-Spy Squares and some random fabric:
* Approx. 94 I-Spy Squares are a mish-mash that I've received in swaps plus a few from my own fabric stash (there are some duplicates/some of the same type of print).

* FABRIC LOT #1:  5 Amy Butler prints and more. The fabric pieces vary in size (a few smaller than fat quarters, a 1/2 yard, a yard and a few in between).

Due to the overwhelmingly kind (and numerous) comments here, I'm adding another bundle to give away!

* FABRIC LOT #2:  Prints from Sandi Henderson, Riley Blake, Amy Butler, Victoria and Albert and more. There are some 1/3 and 1/2 yards as well as various other sizes.

TO ENTER:
Simply leave a comment telling me whether you'd like to win the fabric (lot 1 or 2) OR the I-Spy Squares. Also, please tell me your favorite quilt pattern/tutorial. Only ONE comment per person please. MAKE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS (either through blogger or in your comment). If I can't contact you I will have to chose another winner. And I'd love it if you'd follow my blog!
 
Open to everyone - I will ship internationally!
Giveaway will close at 5 pm PST on Friday, May 25th.
Winners will be chosen randomly and posted here on my blog and emailed no later than May 27th.
Items will be shipped by June 1.

Psst... I am also giving away three 241 Totes, too!

Comments

Jennifer said…
hm, i'd really love either!
Courtneysews said…
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Courtneysews said…
I'd love the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway
jmday said…
I've been thinking a lot about a hexi I spy quilt lately... so that's what I would pick! :)
Sew Lovins said…
Hmmm probably the Amy Butler prints. Favorite quilt pattern has got to be wedding quilt9(the interlocking rings). Just love it>Thanks:)
MissMary said…
Just started a charm quilt - and am working on a scrappy "square knot" quilt based on a block I designed - could definitely put these to work! Fave tutorial is as follows: http://thoughtandfound.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/oms2/ No waste geese - totally took the ick out of flying geese for me!
sewVery said…
I'd love to win the fabric! Great colors. I love houndstooth, so for a favorite quilt pattern, I'd have to go with V & Co.'s houndstooth quilt.
Mermaid Sweets said…
I'd love either. And my favorite pattern is just random patchwork.
Shannon said…
Har to choose! Lets go with the eye spys. My very fav quilt pattern is the "orange peel" and variations. including double wedding ring. I Really want to do a cathedral window quilt---that is what the 4' blocks would go toward. I found a cheater arange peel tutorail here that is fun. http://www.checkerdist.com/_media/instructions/orange_peel_9_patch.pdf
Bailey said…
Oh perfect! I am making an I spy quilt with Care's disappearing nine patch pattern and I need enough to make two. We are taking a cross country trip and I want to gift one to each of my kids when we leave.
camelama said…
Ooooo, the fabric, the fabric! :) Don't know that I have a favorite quilt pattern, I've just started quilting. Heck, I like crazy quilts best, so really NO pattern at all! Heh.
Bolo heads said…
I really love the fabrics, I am wanting to do the half hexie quilt.
http://comfortstitching.typepad.co.uk/comfortstitching/half-hexagon-quilt-along/
Now you are going to want to make one too.
Cheryl Brickey said…
I would love the i spy squares. I would love top make one of those soon.

c_kaminsky(at)yahoo(dot)com
Jennie P. said…
Most certainly the fabric :)
christinaree said…
Would love the fabric! I am currently working on a Retro Flowers quilt!
Gunilla said…
I would love to win the fabric! My favourite quilt pattern maker is julie from Jaybird quilts! I think Come what may is a great pattern, and I love it!
KD-Quilts said…
I love the fabric! My favorite pattern of all time is the drunkards path. (although, I have never made one!0
megstring said…
I think the squares would be lovely...but anything to fortify my tiny stash would be too!! Thanks for the giveaway!
Newbie Jen said…
I'm loving the fabric!

My favorite pattern at the moment is the Urban Nine Patch at Sew Kind of Wonderful. I just can't get enough of it.
I'd love to win the i-spy charms. I've really been wanting to make myself an i-spy quilt
Elizabeth said…
Wow, for some reason that happy-toaster fabric on top is really calling to me! I mean, what could be better than a happy breakfast machine?

Thanks for the lovely prizes up for the giveaway!

elizabeth.waligora@gmail.com
Echo Dannelle said…
I'd love the fabric!

I'm dying to try Amy Butler's Nigella quilt!
Sarah said…
I'd love the fabric... one of my all time favourite patterns is the spiderwed, but I've not been brave enough yet...
I'd love the fabric. One of my favorite blocks is the King David's Crown block -- so interesting and fun.
Libby said…
I would love the fabric. I don't have a current favorite pattern.
stephmabry said…
I'd love the fabric. Currently my favorite quilt "pattern" is the granny square block that's all over blogland. Thanks for the chance to win!
Krystina said…
I'd love the fabric! My favorite quilt pattern is Mix Tape by Oh Fransson!
Cynthia said…
Now that's a hard decision! As a new-bee quilter, I think I'd really enjoy the gorgeous fabric! Thank you.
captainsharmie said…
i'd love the fabric! i won a set of ispy squares last year. i have yet to make them into a quilt but i do love them.

my favourite tutorial is the boxy pouch tutorial from pretty modern. :)

you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)
conny's quilts said…
Awesome fabric, I would like that a lot if I might win! My favorite pattern: hexagons What a great give away, like to give that a chance too! Thanks for organizing! Kind regards, Conny
Jessica Jo said…
I really like the fabric.
fenna said…
the fabric!! I've never quilted so I'm not familiar with all the patterns out there...I only do the rag blankets.
I guess I'd like to win the fabric - I have one of those Amy fabrics and so with a few more, I could create something splendid! Your I-Spy squares would be like opening a treasure chest to see what the surprise was inside!
monica. said…
I would prefer the fabric because I haven't tried quilting yet. Thanks for the giveaway!
Dulce said…
I'd love the fabric please! The colors just pop! :]
Mrs.Pickles said…
I would love to win the fabric. I like log cabins.
Leslie said…
I love the fabric colors but would be grateful to win either since I've never done an I Spy Quilt.
marci sinfisi said…
id love the fabric please :)
Norma's Clay said…
I will love the fabric since I'm not a quilter yet. I just love the feel of modern simple quilts.normasclay(at)yahoo(dot)com
Anita said…
I think I'd love the bundle!

My favorite pattern so far is found at Clover and Violet's blog...and it's a tossed NP! =) Thanks for a chance to win.
Emily. said…
I'd love the fabric. And I haven't quilted yet, so not sure of my favorite pattern, but I plan on trying soon!
ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net
I would love either, really. If I had to choose-- the fabrics.

I like a disappearing nine patch.

Desi
weeshareblog@gmail.com
Jo said…
I would love either! I really enjoyed making a kaleidoscope quilt last year.
The I spy squares for me (although that is a hard decision.) I am making a ton of granny squares from Blue Elephant Stitches tutorial right now and like every one of them.
Lisa Marie said…
The fabric stack looks fabulous -- love the piece with the toasters! Lately a pattern I've enjoyed using is Sanctuary Squares by Hyacinth Quilt Designs.
http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot.com/p/free-patterns.html
quilt happy said…
fabric i always need fabric
Annie said…
Love the fabric! Thanks for the giveaway. Just made a bag from I Like Orange Too.
Heidi said…
I'd love the fabric. I love this quilt tutorial: http://craftycupboard.blogspot.com/2012/05/finished-herringbone-quilt.html
Joy said…
Tough one. Blargh. I think The i-spy cuts, 'cause it looks like you have a lot of nifty fabrics in there.
Mar said…
Fabric for meeeeeeeeee! I love Kate Conklin Designs as much as Valori Wells ones. Livy Lou for example!
Brenda said…
I would pick the fabric if I won. I've pinned so many tutorials I can only think of the granny square quilt block tutorials that I want to try.
Kathryn said…
I' would like the I spy squares!
Would love the fabric. Seriously loving the "Rhonda's Quilt" you recently posted on your blog...

handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com
Sare said…
I'd love the fabric. I pretty much love any tutorial because I feel like I dont' know what I am doing when it comes to quilting. So all help is appreciated.
spondah(at)aol(dot)com
JustPam said…
I would like the fabric. I like the D9P for a nice looking easy quilt.
Lindsay said…
i'd love the i spy squares! :)
I love the summer in the park pattern. I am itchy to tackle one of those quilts!


thanks for the giveaway!
lindsay723 (at) gmail (dot) com
ejricca said…
I would love to make an I-spy for my kiddos. I am a sucker for a log cabin block. I especially love the wonkie ones.
Thanks for hosting a giveaway!
rebekah said…
I'd love the fabric. I also love a triangle-less chevron.

rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com
(lia) said…
I would go for the charm pack! And I love any star pattern!
I would be happy with either..thank you. but if I have to choose..lol The fabric. not sure what tutorial is my fav.
Katelyn said…
fabric, please! thanks for the giveaway!
I really would love either! But I suppose if I have to choose, I'd pick the I Spy blocks. Favorite quilt lately: hexies!
Deanna said…
I'd go for the fabric as I have a bunch of squares in my hands already. :)
Linda said…
Hi, I'd like to win the fabric. I like the sparkling cider quilt pattern. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda
wilai said…
Fabric please. And I like bradyn quilt pattern
Wcharp6739@att.net
Jenny said…
i love your charms! i think aneela hoey's newest pattern, Bloom looks fantastic...and a great way to use up some scraps! thanks for a chance
Mary said…
Love I Spy quilts, the squares would be fun to play with.
Kristy said…
Oy, I love Amy Butler! My new favorite pattern is Fat Friday by All Washed Up.
Laura said…
I would love the i spy charms!
Nicolemiko said…
I'd love the amy butler prints. Not a quilter yet...
Pat V. said…
The binding tutorials at Jaybird Quilts are excellent. I'd love to win your fabric!
Brie said…
The fabric! I like ticker tapes and anything with circles!
I'd love the fabric! And I like Amy Butler's Nigella quilt pattern.
Lynn said…
i'd love the fabric and i love the single girl pattern by denyse schmidt.
Gretchen Miner said…
I love that fabric! We need a sewing playdate :) As for quilt patterns, I am always intrigued by log cabin quilts, but I have only made a nine square myself. Are you a quilter because I SO need lessons!!
Terra said…
I'd love to win the fabric! One of my favorites is the zig zag quilt kit tutorial on aquiltisnice.blogspot.com. Thanks for the giveaway!
RyanSarahN said…
I'd love to win the i-spy squares! Thanks for the giveaway. My favorite quilt to make is just plain old patchwork. I just love the quilt.
MC said…
I would love to make something from those fabrics!
Have you seen the tiny apron tutorial at Simplify by Camille Roskelle? So cute!
mab said…
I'd go for the I-Spy charms. I've been saving a few of my own, but don't have enough for a quilt. If I win, I'll be able to start that project.

Thanks for the chance to enter!
Margaret said…
I'd love the i-spy squares. I really like Amanda Jean's tutorial for making a zigzag quilt without triangles.
Sis-O said…
Tough choice but the fabric scraps look very tempting. I am open to either for sure. Thank you.
Tricia said…
I would love to win that fabric. Modern Quilt Relish has very fun patterns.
Melissa Palmer said…
I'd love the fabric! And my favorite is random patchwork :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com
Jill said…
I'd sure love that fabric! I really love the red cross pattern.
Amy said…
Wow great giveaway! I'd love to win the fabric and I love improv piecing :)
thegoose said…
I prefer the AB fabric.
I would love the fabric. I really love the look of the Single Girl Quilt, but have yet to attempt it.
Jamie B said…
I'd like the fabric. :) That print on top is calling to me. :)
I don't have a favorite quilt yet; I'm very new to quilting. :)
Michell said…
either would be fine with me
Njeri said…
The fabrics please.
I like mini quilts especially zig zag patterns.
Jo said…
I would love to win the fabrics you are giving away. At the moment I seem to be going back and forth between zig zag quilts and hexi quilts. thanks for the chance to win
Jessica said…
I'd love the fabrics! There are so many great tutes out there, it is too hard to pick just one!
Close Knit said…
I would love the fabric. I'm working with a wonky pineapple tutorial.
Alisha Huber said…
Oh, I have been thinking about doing an i-spy quilt for my son!
JoyceLM said…
I'd love to win the I Spy charms. I like the disappearing 9-patch pattern. It's quick & easy & can look so different depending on the fabric you use. Thanks for the great giveaway.
Catherine said…
I'd be happy with either, but would probably know better how to use the fabric.

Right now, I'm really liking the quilt patterns by For the Love Designs on Etsy.
yummy big fabrics if i'm the lucjy one please, thankyou. i have not made a quilt yet but it'll have to be a periodic table type one when i do!
Mandy said…
wowee...loving that fabricand what a wonderful giveaway...thankyou so much...xxx
Siobhán said…
I'd go for the fabric rather than the i-spy, if I were to win. Great giveaway!
anacraftsblog said…
I'd love the chamrs. I don't really have a favourite pattern yet, I'm still experimenting to find my style.
AnnaPK said…
Fabric, although i would like to make an I Spy quilt someday.
kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com
SewSuzie said…
Fabrics are my choice - i really dont have a favourite pattern as i tend tocreate random modern geomatric designs. i would love to try a modern interpretation of a dresdeb plate quilt though.
sewsuzie at live dot com dot au
jmj said…
both are great, I joined the Swoon a long it was a great pattern and a lot of fun.
Erin said…
I would love to win the fabric and my favorite quilt tutorial is Crazy Quilt Mom's zig zag quilt.
Thanks,
Erin
emstone28@gmail.com
Kristy said…
I'd be happy with either! But I'm planning my first quilt now and it's an eye-spy with a rainbow theme, so perhaps the charms would be perfect. Thanks for the chance. Favorite quilts are typically those with clean, clearly defined blocks and lots of color.
Lolinkins said…
I would love the fabrics! And my favourite pattern is the single girl quilt.
Laura Ayres said…
I love those fabrics, esp the gold with the large white spots! My fav tutorial is Faiths Summer sampler series over at Fresh Lemons.
Genevieve P said…
I'd love the I Spy squares! I think my favorite quilt pattern is pinwheel--it's so versatile.
Susana said…
I'd love either, but the squares would be great. I love scrappy. Fave quilt pattern is log cabin. Thank you!
Jessica said…
I'd love the Amy Butler fabric! And my favorite quilt pattern is Made in Cherry. Thanks for the chance! :)
Appie said…
Oh I'd love the fabric! Very pretty! I just started sewing and I've been looking at a lot of the rag quilts. I think they are my favorite. :-)

Appieb77 (at) hotmail (dot) com
Omee Bubu said…
I would love to win the fabric!

my favourite tutorial is the boxy pouch tutorial from pretty modern. :)
T said…
the fabric is lovely! I've been considering spiral quilts lately
Taryn said…
I'd love to win the fabric! My favorite quilt pattern right now is the Patchwork Prism. I love rainbows! Thanks for the great giveaway!
Michelle said…
I'd love to win the fabric
I would love to win the fabric.I am loving Swoon right now
Amy said…
I'd love to win the fabric... thanks for the chance! I'm new to quilting, though not sewing, so I don't have a current favorite tutorial.
Tiffany said…
I'd love to win the fabric! :D
Also - I love the quilt along from that girl that quilt - it's squares within squares. I've made it 3 or 4 times, and love the outcome everytime!
Heather said…
I'd LOVE the fabric...Amy Butler is my fav! Right now, I'm loving Twister quilts!
Tanya said…
I'd love the fabric. The baby life quilt by V & Co is so sweet and certainly one of my favorites!
Nancy said…
I'd choose the fabric. And I really like chvron quilts or pinwheel blocks. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.
Amanda K said…
I would love the fabric!
Hilachas said…
I'd like to win the fabric. My long-time favorite quilt pattern is GFG. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.
Hannah said…
The i spy squares I think.

I love the easy bake pattern from cluck cluck so - too easy but looks fab
Lindsay said…
I would love to win the fabric.
lorraine said…
fabric please! :) my favorite tutorial is this http://www.purlbee.com/zig-zag-quilt/ ...its simple and classic :) raineoc@yahoo.com
The fabric is beautiful, but on behalf of my almost-3-year-old I think I'm obligated to request the I-Spy squares :) He'd have so much fun with an I-spy quilt!
Lisa C in GA. said…
I'd like the fabric, please! One of my favorite patterns is the Circle of Flying Geese paper piecing pattern - http://sometimescrafter.blogspot.com/2009/08/tutorial-paper-piecing-block.html
Gitte said…
I'd like the fabric please. My favorite pattern is Lynette Anderson's 'My Favorite Garden' - a mix of stitchery and quilting.
gittehknudsen@hotmail.com
I'd love the I-Spy squares - beautiful:)

Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com
Irenoski88 said…
I love random patchwork and I'd rather have the fabric
Gabi said…
I would love the fabric. I don't quilt much but if I had to choose it would just be big squares. (something simple) inspired(dot)gabi(at)gmail(dot)com
Anne-Marie said…
the I spy charms would be great ( or a 241 tote).
I love the simplicity of the plus quilt !
♥Duff said…
OH, the fabric! Definitely! thanks!!
Michele said…
The fabric is so pretty! I find so many fun tutorials and patterns daily. Ya'll are a talented bunch.
Valerie said…
Ooo, that fabric pile is yummy! One of my fave tutorials right now is the x and + block over at Badskirt Amy-it looks so good!
Julie said…
I'd love to win either, but I really like the Amy Butler. I really love the 241 Tote pattern from Noodlehead.
Wow, I'm not sure I could choose, maybe the I-spy squares.
I'd love the fabric! I enjoyed making this Hexagon Park pattern:
http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/02/hexagon-park.html
jmniffer said…
I would like the fabric. This pattern is one I like.
http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/10/cross-terrain-quilt.html
Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.
Sasha said…
I'd love the fabric, my favourite pattern at the moment is the Bijou lovely one just because it comes together really quickly and it's very fq friendly.
Shannon said…
I think I would choose the Amy Butler fabric. I love the pinwheel pattern.
Jera MacKenzie said…
I would love the fabrics. They look so beautiful. Thanks, Jera
brandi said…
i'd LOVE to have the fabric! i've not quite gotten to the point where i'm willing to tackle a quilt using small-ish pieces. anything less than 5 inches is too small for me! my favorite tutorial is from crafty staci, how to make reusable shopping bags. it is the diy craft that i have gotten the most use out of.
meghann said…
Oh, the fabric is lovely! I don't have a favorite quilt pattern; I'm new to quilting - but I want to make a Turning Twenty this fall... xo
I would choose the fabric. :) My favorite pattern right now is the Swoon quilt pattern. Thanks for having a giveaway!
NinjaEema said…
I just finished an I-spy quilt for my daughter, but I'd be happy to get either prize. I just love finding various quilting tutorials online. I've really improved my technique just by watching youtube tutorials.
Deana said…
I would love the fabric! I am a fabric junky! Thanks for joining in the SMS giveaway day/week. I love finding all the blog I knew would have seen before!
Katrin said…
Hard decision but I think I would pick the I spy squares. Thanks!
Angie said…
OMG those toasters :) I'd like a chance at the big pieces of fabric. I'm not really a pattern user, but I might pick up "Hopscotch" by Thimble Blossoms.
Lindsey said…
Visiting from Sew Mama Sew. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to win the fabric, and my favorite block right now is a pinwheel.

lindseyjunk (at) sbcglobal (dot) net
Gill said…
I'd love to win the AB fabric but I'd be happy with either!
I love the Garden Fence quilt pattern!
Jenelle said…
I'd love to win the larger cuts! My favorite quit pattern is Made in Cherry by Sarah Fielke. It's also free on the Leicien website. :)
KeriCan said…
The I Spys would be great - I've never tried making an I Spy quilt. I would try to use Dresden plate or a pinwheel, I think.
Emily said…
As much as my little girl NEEDS an eye spy quilt, I am totally digging on those Amy butters!
I think the fabric would be great! As far as a tutorial, there are several blogs that I like. Clover and Violet, Bonnie Hunter, and Cluck, Cluck Sew. Thanks for the giveaway!
Sarah said…
I would be happy with either of your great prizes, thank you for hosting a great giveaway!
Crystal said…
I'd love to win the fabric. I've never followed a quilt pattern, so I don't have a fave - I'm still a bit of a newbie!
Mirka Hokkanen said…
I would like the fabric. I have never done a quilt from a pattern, but have eyeballed the Amy Butler free quilt pattern for a while. I mostly make smaller things and starting a big quilt seems overwhelming with a regular at home machine. joonatan15 at yahoodotcom
Sue said…
I'd love the fabric! My fave pattern right now is Ragged Square quilt on crazy mom quilts.
Jeana said…
I'd love the fabric - so pretty! I love disappearing nine patch quilts - thanks for the chance
I would love the fabric! My favorite quilt pattern is the dresden plate!
sntbosch said…
I love the prints...but I'm going with the eye spy.
sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com
Emma said…
I would love the fabric please - my fav pattern are log cabin quilts
Deb said…
I love the fabric! I love making charming charm squares from my own tute - sew, slice, and sash.
Laura said…
I'd be happy with either, but the fabric would be my first choice
Adele said…
would love to win the fabric. Currently into improv quilts.
pieceLove said…
I'd definitely go for the fabric, cause..is that cosmo cricket toasters i see? Lurve. And that yellow dot...love that too. Favorite pattern...well, not long ago I saw that Cherry House Quilts was coming out with a suitcases pattern that looked really cool.
Brooke said…
The fabric since I do mostly sewing for my children and not quilting. :)
brooke at richardchurch dot com
Allison C said…
Happy with either, but my first choice would be the fabrics. I'm loving the retro flowers pattern right now.
mframe said…
I would love to have the fabric. I don't have a favorite quilt pattern as I haven't tried any.
mframe00@gmail.com
Sallie said…
I would LOVE the SQUARES! I love Debonaire by It's Sew Emma. Thanks for the giveaway!
Kelsey said…
I'd love the fabric. My favorite tutorial is Fresh Lemon's Starry Night block.
hueisei said…
I love the squares. Perfect for an ispy quilt for my son. I love Swoon pattern.
Sooli said…
I'd love the fabric. Looks fabulous. I'm into star block patterns at the moment. Have just finished blocks for a quilt, now I need to put them together! Thanks!
Melinda said…
I'd love either but leaning toward the fabric.
rads said…
i like both but woudl lvoe the fabric.

Sorry dotn have a fav yet
I'd like the fabric. And I love chevron quilt patterns
I would love to win the fabric. My favorite pattern is the supernova on Freshly Pieced blog.

Mary
iammaryburke@gmail.com
Tamara said…
I'd love the fabric. I don't know that I have a favorite pattern. I never make the same thing twice.
ellen said…
I think I would pick the fabric, but either would be fun!
aerialkabuki said…
I'd love to win the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!
Mike and Jackie said…
I do want to start a I Spy quilt but I am also a fabric junkie
Olga said…
I would love to win the fabric! I don't really have a favorite pattern, anything that is clean and modern looking and not too busy. THanks. becker(dot)olga(at)gmail(dot)com
Kayla Ott said…
I would love the fabric. I've never quilted, so I don't have a favorite pattern.
Jodi said…
I'd love the fabric, thanks! I love the spinning stars quilt pattern by Anna Maria Horner. Free download from her website! :)
ELNM said…
I'd love the fabric (those toasters...!) but either would be wonderful. I'm a new quilter but my favorite tutorial so far is the strip-pieced granny square by Monkey Do. Thanks!
gccmom said…
I'd love the fabric bundle. My favorite tutorial is actually a block of the month quilt by Jenny of Elefantz. She is doing a BOM of Bible verses this year.
Alison said…
I would love the squares because I would love to make some I-spy quilts for some friends with kids! I love all patterns, and especially my Scrap Basket Sensations book.
I have never done an I Spy quit so I'd choose the quilt squares and attempt one.

stitchedsewsweetly@gmail.com
SewLindaAnn said…
Fabric for me. Fave tutorial is the set of paper pieced papers from the Sew Out Loud quilt a long.
Christie said…
I'm yet to attempt a quilt so I don't have a fave, I may have to read through all your comments when I am finally ready to have a go at one!
I'd love to win the fabric!
Cheers,
Christie
Tanya said…
I loke the prints. Thanks for the giveaway. I like pinwheel baby quilt in moda bake shop.
AnnieK said…
Oh I'd really love that fabric! I think my favorite pattern, currently, is just a simple, shoo-fly patchwork. The last one I made turned out just beautifully.
Nancy L said…
Oh any giveaway would be great. Thanks.
laurawilson25 said…
I would love to win the fabric! My favorite tutorial taught me how to mitre corners on a wrap around binding. Sew handy! Thanks or the giveaway!
TheFancyFritter said…
I would love the fabric! I just love Amy Butler! My fav. quilt pattern is a really simple charm pack tutorial. I'm still new to it, so the simpler the better! ;-) Thanks so much!
RyanSarahN said…
I'd love to win the I-spy squares! My favorite tutorial is crazy mom quilt's no triangles zig zag. Thanks for the giveaway!
Anita said…
I'd love to win the fabric! Favorite pattern right now is Island Chain in the book Scrap Bakset Surprises...has lots of great patterns for 2 1/2" strips.
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* 2 - 4" x 20" pieces of fabric (same as you used for the outside of the bag) for the STRAPS
* 3 1/2" x 12 1/2" piece of lightweight interfacing
Coordinating thread
Sewing machine
Scissors
Ruler
Fabric pencil/pen (chalk based or disappearing ink - whichever you prefer)
~Seam allowances are 1/4"unless otherwise noted~
NOTE: The width used for the crayon slots is 3/4" which is very tight.  It may be difficult for younger children to insert the crayons.  If designing for a younger child, make the slots 7/8" wide.  You'll need to c…

GIVEAWAY DAY - 241 Totes

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!! WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON MY BLOG AND NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL

Today begins Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day... which actually lasts all week! You will find some amazing handcrafted items as well as crafting supplies, so what are you waiting for? Go check it out!


I am offering THREE FOUR 241 Totes. I really love making these bags (pattern) as well as using the one I made for myself. It's a cute design featuring 2 outside pockets, 2 inside pockets and a magnetic closure.

I am blown away by all of the kind comments I've received here... so I found a little time this week to whip up another 241 Tote for the giveaway!
Heirloom TO ENTER:
Simply leave a comment telling me which of the bags that you'd like to win AND your favorite quilt pattern/tutorial. Only ONE comment per person please. MAKE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS (either through blogger or in your comment). If I can't contact you I will have to chose another winner. And I'd love it i…

Tutorial: Child's Tote

Lately, I have been making several child sized tote bags & matching crayon rolls.  Here is how I made the totes.  Enjoy!


Gather your materials:
* 13" x 29" piece of cotton fabric for the OUTSIDE of the bag
* 13" x 29" piece of matching canvas for the INSIDE of the bag (or you can use regular cotton & iron on some lightweight interfacing to give it a bit of structure)
* 2 - 4" x 20" pieces of fabric (same as you used for the outside of the bag) for the STRAPS
Coordinating thread
Sewing machine
Scissors
Ruler
Pencil
~Seam allowances are 1/4" (for my machine that's the width of the presser foot) unless otherwise noted~


Throughout the tutorial and at the end I will have some helpful hints enclosed in *.  If you're a beginner sewer, it may be helpful to read through all of them before beginning this project.  I hope they help! 


Let's start with making the STRAPS.  Take 1 piece of the strap fabric and fold it in half lengthwise and iro…