May 12, 2014

Sew Mama Sew's Blogging Giveaway






This week is a fun week in the blogging world!  Sew Mama Sew sponsors a huge giveaway with many of your favorite bloggers (and more) giving away great prize packages.  They are arranged in groups of either handmade items or sewing supplies.  Pay attention to see if the participating blogger will ship internationally or just in the U.S.

This is also a great time to be introduced to new blogs.  You just might find a new favorite out there.
All you have to do is go to Sew Mama Sew and you will see links to participating bloggers giveaway.  You have until May 16 at 5 PM PST.  Don't wait until then.  You will be surprised at how many participants there will be.

I will be participating this time.  I have decided to give away 6 (1/2 yd) cuts of fabric with 3 matching spools of Gutterman thread.  I will ship internationally.





To participate in my raffle, enter the rafflecopter giveaway below. 







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142 comments:

  1. Lovely fabrics! I've never tried the Gutterman thread but have heard it is wonderful! With your generosity of half yard cuts, several of these would most likely be turned into clothing/accessories for the wee little ones (all girls so far!) in the family!

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  2. I'll be "following " you around. But I'm not stalking!!!!

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  4. I think I would use this in a little girl's quilt -- so pretty! Thanks for participating!

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  5. I'd make a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. You are welcome, Sylvia. Good luck.

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  6. I can't decide! I'd love to make a quilted table runner or toddler sized quilt for my daughter. Thank you for such a great giveaway! :) coralbunnyandlo [at] gmail [dot] com

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    1. You are welcome, Jess. It is always hard to decide what to do with certain pieces of fabric. Good luck to you.

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  7. Tote bag and notebook cover is what I'd make!
    Found you on the Sew Mama Sew blog giveaway!

    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
    coffeebreakwhatever(at)yahoo(dot)com
    http://www.fabricandmemories.com

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    1. Welcome to my blog, Cheri. Good luck to you.

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  8. That would make a lovely cot or lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    1. You're welcome, Maria. This is the first time I have participated. My stash has gotten large enough to share

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  9. A nice pile of goodies. I would put them with my stash that I use to mostly make quilts, but I also enjoy making bags and runners. Thanks for a nice giveaway.

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    1. Welcome, Dorian. Good luck to you in the giveaway.

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  10. The pink and reds would likely be turned into rompers/dresses for the little girl we're expecting. The white/gray fabrics would go nicely with in a quilt I'm planning with similar colours (and dusty greens/blues).

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    1. The fabric you think is grey is really taupe. But very neutral. Congrats on your baby girl to be. The pinks would be perfect for that. Good luck.

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  11. Use it in the quilt I'm making for my granddaughter.

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  12. thanks for the chance! the greys and reds would be great as bag linings, though the greys would also be great in a quilt

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    1. The fabric that looks grey is really taupe. Good luck.

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  13. I would love to use those in a baby quilt. Thanks!

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  14. Gorgeous, I see cushion making ahead. x

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  15. I'm thinking tote bags and cosmetic pouches.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Krista
    emailthestones(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I think this fabric would make a really sweet lap quilt! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  17. I'd use it to make a new baby quilt!

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    1. Good luck to you Michelle. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  18. I think you can guess what I would make with the fabrics Marilyn ;-)

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  19. A baby quilt ,runner or hexies would be fabulous with these beauties!

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    1. Thanks for visiting. Good luck, Rosa.

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  20. This looks like something my great granddaughters would love me to make doll clothes out of for their new American Girl dolls. So pretty.

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    1. Doll clothes, how fun. Good luck.

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  21. I have a few baby girl gifts that these would be perfect for :)

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    1. Good luck, Sarah. Thanks for visiting.

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  22. Glad to have found your blog I am sure I will enjoy it

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    1. Thanks, Jo. I hope you will enjoy it.

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  23. My little granddaughter would get some skirts. Thanks.

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  24. I would use this fabric to make a skirt and appliqued t-shirt for my 2 year old granddaughter.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  25. Being a quilter, it has the makings of a beautiful quilt!

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    1. Thanks for visiting shades of bold. Good luck.

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  26. I would love to make a couple of outfits for my two yo granddaughter.

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    1. Good luck to you and your granddaughter.

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  27. A messenger bag for my daughter.
    I have two of my own SMS giveaways.
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway

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    1. Thank you for participating, too. It is a great event. Good luck.

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  28. I am not entirely sure but I think the cream colored ones I would make something for our new office, maybe some pillows or mug rugs. The others, I just don't know yet but that's half the fun, finding that perfect project!

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  29. I would use it in scrappy quilts. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

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    1. Good luck. Thanks for stopping by.

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  30. I have three girls, so I would be making some cute skirts!

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  31. Those fabrics would make a great quilt for my niece!

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    1. Glad that you visited. Good luck.

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  32. I would use them to make pillows for my daughters room.

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  33. Perfect for a quilt for my daughter!

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    1. Good luck to you Gill. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  34. Cute fabrics, thanks for the chance to win. dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

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  35. I was thinking about starting to make baby quilts as Christmas presents. There are a lot of cute and fast baby quilts that are so easy to make. This fabric is just meant for baby quilts. Thank you for being a part of Sew Mama Sew giveaway and the chance to win your generous fabric.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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    1. You are welcome Sandra. I love the giveaway.

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  36. I would use it to make a lap quilt. It is beautiful fabric a thread! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  37. I would use this to make a skirt or dress for my daughter

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  38. I think a cool set of pillows for my Grangirlie....and the use leftover scraps for a cool Tote...for ME!!! lol

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  39. I have a quilt the neutrals would be perfect for. The reds I would make a simple tote with. Thanks for putting together such a versatile bundle.

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  40. Thank you for this! I would probably use them in bags or aprons as those are what I make most often.

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    1. You are welcome. I love this giveaway. I'm glad Sew Mama Sew sponsors it. Good luck.

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  41. I think a spring table runner and a divided basket.

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  42. Great giveaway - l have filled in the required things in the widget but not sure if I need to leave a comment as well as I see others have - but maybe those are the comments left in the widget - I don't know. Anyway - really like the fabrics you are giving away, and I look forward to following you on email.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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    1. Love the comments but as long as you did what was in the widget you are good. Welcome to my blog.

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  43. I've filled in three entries I think... though not entirely sure :o)

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  44. I would use the fabric in quilts! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. I would use the fabric to make car trash bags and fabric bins
    cjscraftcorner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. I think I would make some pretty little pen rolls.

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    1. Good luck to you Deb. I appreciate you visiting.

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  47. LOVE the fabrics! I think these would look great as a cute girly apron, maybe for a Christmas present. Or the grays in an adorable baby quilt.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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    1. You're welcome. What you think is grey is taupe but still would be cute!

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  48. The fabric on the left would be in cushions for the living room, the middle would be for my pink-loving daughter, and the right would be something for my mum. :)

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  49. I'd use the pink for a girlie baby dress (first niece coming up!), the red would be lovely in a bag and the light one's as "neutrals" in my fall quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. A quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  51. When I was a sewer I used Gutermann thread all the time. Molnyke also. I just recently bought some Ariful to try. The fabrics would go into several projects as I am an avid scrap quilter so a charity quilt as patchwork, a strip fan quilt and if there are selvages, a selvage quilt.

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  52. Oh my oh my! What fun fabric! It would definitely find its way into a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway and thanks for your blog! I love your bags!

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  53. I would make a picnic quilt and tote. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  54. I would love to make a travel zip bag with these fabrics! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  55. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  56. I think i'd make a dress for my toddler with the grey, a blouse and shorts for her in the red, and a baby quilt with the pink!

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    1. What you think is grey is really taupe but still would be cute. Good luck.

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  57. Fabrics would make a darling quilt for a little girl!

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    1. Good luck, Sue. Thanks for visiting.

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  58. • • • Those would make great gift bags. Thank you for sharing!

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  59. A quilt!
    Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. I would make my granddaughter some book bags, for the summer we go to the libaray for the summer book program, she always finds tons of books to bring home....

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    1. I loved the library as a kid and so did my girls. Good luck.

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  61. I would love to either make a bag or make a tiered skirt for my daughter

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  62. They'd be perfect in my bee blocks!

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  63. Looks like fabric my daughter would love, so I'd probably help her make something with it. She's been begging me to teach her to sew.

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  64. These would make a gorgeous girly quilt :-) A lovely and generous selection of fabrics :-)

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  65. I would make totes or mug rugs. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  66. I am seeing a pillow case for my daughter as well as a few accent pillows for the livingroom

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