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5.06.2013

Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day.


Awwwww yeauuuh... It's giveaway day! Here's what I'm offering:


2 winners will receive a fat quarter of each of the graph paper and lined paper print fabrics by Girl Friday for Andover Fabrics. I love these prints. These would be so great for end-of-year teacher gifts or pieced into your low-volume patchwork projects! This is my 3rd time giving them away for Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day. 'Nuf said.

AND...


1 winner will receive a scrap bag of each of the scrumptious prints (at least five inches square)  of Collage by SUCH Designs for Windham Fabrics, available in July. There is one print from the line I used up, so ya won't be getting that one. sorry.

To Enter: Leave a comment on this post telling me how you'd use these fabrics, follow the blog. International entries welcomed. If I don't see your e-Mail in your profile, I can't find you...so make it obvious. Thanks!

Giveaway ends May 10, 5:30 pm (EST) Good Luck!


Be sure to check out the other awesome giveaways happening over at Sew, Mama, Sew! There are some great craft supplies and handmade goods being offered up by great makers...get cozy, there's a lot!

Here's a link to CB Handmade on ...

~Erica

541 comments:

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pippablue said...

Oooh! Am I lucky number One?

I would make pillows for my sitting room couch. I am so looking forward to collage coming out!

Jenny said...

ooh, im so excited for the July release of Collage!! thanks for a chance

pippablue said...

I follow your blog via facebook!

Ella said...

I follow you! I'd love to make a bag!

modernmanson said...

Holy moly that's some nice giveaway. I'd want to make a quilt for myself. Those colors are gaga gorgeous.

iTsDeb said...

Love the giveaways! Thank so much!

Messanger Bags!!!!!!
would be great with this fabric ;)

DRS~

Mike Pearson said...

I follow your blog on bloglovin :) I would make a quilt if I won :) amateurquilter at gmail

modernmanson said...

I'm now a Facebook follower. Love your aesthetic!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oh my goodness - I would have to drool on them first then make a summer nag and a throw quilt of some kind - wow!!! Amazing!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Above should be summer bag - I was so excited typing I hit enter too soon! I am a follower!!

Amy said...

LOVE these fabrics! I'd love to get my hands on the Collage fabrics. I think I'd make an awesome little zipper pouch with these!

Tricia said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I would start collecting for a low volume quilt.

Sewing Mom said...

How lovely...a tote or pouch would be fun.

Amy said...

I'm now happily following you via Bloglovin.

spolgarquilts said...

I follow you with bloglovin'

I've been wanting to make a low volume quilt a la Red Pepper Quilts. These fabrics would be great!

Holly said...

I love these prints! I'd have fun embroidering some words on the dotted line paper print. I'm a Google Reader follower.

Lindsay @ 402CenterStreet.blogspot.com said...

I'd love to use some for a purse or tote. Thanks for the chance to win!

craftygoods said...

That's an awesome giveaway! I would make a scrappy improvisational pillow cover with the Collage scraps and probably hoard the low-volume prints!

Jan said...

I'd make a scrappy quilt.

~Michelle~ said...

I think the lined paper fabric would make for a fun label! Maybe that would motivate me to actually put on a label... :) Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

Katrin said...

I would make a tote bag. Thanks!

Katrin said...

I follow you!

shannon said...

we just bought our first king size bed and i need a quilt. i have plans on a scrappy pieced ring block, and those fabrics would be a great start!!

andri. said...

I'd make a scrappy pouch:)

shannon said...

i follow your blog through freedly, originally thru reader tho :)

Joelle said...

A summer tote!

Rachel said...

I would use them in a quilt. I already follow the blog via RSS reader

Michele said...

A scrap quilt for sure. Such happy scraps!

Laurie said...

I love the Girl Friday fabrics too and I am itching for Collage. I already follow your blog

Svetlana said...

just gorgeous, I'd probable make a tote bag using these pretties.

Maria said...

I see a lovely, big tote bag from these fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

Carmen said...

Ooooh! Whatever I do make with these, it will definitely be for me:D Thanks so much for sharing these awesome fabrics!

carrie said...

I'd make some pillows for a brand new sofa. Thanks for the chance to win!

Marci Girl said...

Oh they would get incorporated into a quilt for sure!

natalie christensen said...

I am a follower.

natalie christensen said...

I think I would make a journal cover using stitched in colors tutorial. I am working on getting more low volume as well.

Sare said...

I'd make an awesome quilt! Spondah@aol.com

dortha said...

I think I would have to see them in person and fondle them some to see what they wanted to be.

jmj said...

I Love Love Love this fabric. Before I'd use it I would look at it for a long long time. Some simple modern design would be best to show of the fabric!!!!!!!!

memmens said...

Both my girls have had wonderful teachers this year so I would definitely team these fabrics with some from my stash for extra special teacher gifts - not sure what they would be yet, I like to get input from the girls (and get them stitching too if possible!). thanks for a great giveaway

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

Pot holders etc for my teacher SIL who's getting married?

Lisa said...

I'm really into hexies right now, and I think the scraps would be great for that!

Lisa said...

I follow you with my google reader...while it's still around. Then I think I'll use blog luvin.

laura said...

love this in a quilt! thanks

LMB said...

I'd use them to make a tote!

teresa.jullyn said...

I would use it to make baby quilts! My new love!

Cherilyn said...

I would make a quilt! I am a new follower on GFC!

Sowing Stitches said...

I follow via GFC. I would add these to a postage stamp quilt I am now gathering fabric snips for...just lovely!

Liz Taylor said...

What a great giveaway, I would make a pillow cover, or maybe a bag.

Liz Taylor said...

I follow you on bloglovin

mean sarah jean said...

not sure how i would use them yet, but i absolutely love them!! i had not seen the graph paper print yet, and i am in love!

Amanda K said...

I am in love with that graph paper and line fabric! I would have to make a low volume star quilt. The stars would be bright fabric with the LV as the background or maybe I'd switch it.

Thanks!
Amandak@whatthebobbin
I'm a new follower via feedly

Happier Than A Bird Quilts said...

I'd probably add to my stash.

Happier Than A Bird Quilts said...

I follow you on bloglovin

sharpie said...

I follow via bloglovin' p.s. your word verification is on in case you didn't know...

Monica said...

For the grid and dashes, I'd hoard them while I waited for the perfect project for them. As far as the scraps go, they'd be great for a couple scrap quilt projects I have in progress.

Katie.Herzog said...

I think I would make pillows! (I have a neutral couch that needs some pop)

Jessica Pyykkonen said...

I would probably use the scraps to make appliqued onesies or burp rags.

Joy said...

A purse!!

Heather B said...

I would love to make some bags with this fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!
mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

Heather B said...

I follow with Bloglovin'
mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

Kat said...

I would make a baby quilt. I can't wait for the collage fabrics to come out!

Irelle said...

I'm trying to do more scrappy quilts so these would be perfect and the first two fabrics are fabulous. Thanks for the opportunity. jibberishdesigns(at)
gmail(dot)com

krislovesfabric said...

Would probably try to make a bag with the fabrics, I am waiting impatiently for collage to come out!!

doctordestiny_22 said...

Would love to make a pillow :D

destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jenny said...

I follow you in my reader (I loooove your quilts), and I'd have to use the GF for a teacher gift and save plenty for low-volume stuff. Not just because that's what you said. The Collage is wonderful and I'd quilt it. Thank you!

Valerie said...

Oh gorgeous fabrics! I'm in need of some summery new cushions in the living room, that's what I'd make!

camelama said...

Oooo, I'm seeing library book bags out of these fabrics! All the books on my hold list seem to come in all at once, so sometimes I'm taking 30 books home in one trip! I need good strong tote bags! :)

camelama said...

I follow your blog!

Amy said...

Probably something for my girls.... thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

liz c said...

I am working on a scrappy strip quilt for my son's playroom and would love to get my hands on some collage scraps!!!!

Kim said...

A scrap quilt would be really pretty.

smooze13 said...

Oooo... I'm envisioning a triangle quilt.

Cherie said...

Oh I would love to make a fun quilt with these. I am thinking triangle, but I know if I won I would switch my mind a few times before I settled! I am a new follower!

Rachel said...

Baby quilts!!!

Kay said...

Thanks for a great giveaway. The scraps would be great for making into hexies, and the other fabric I would use for bag making.
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

K@ren said...

I have no clue what I would make!! I'd have t see how they inspired e in person but I bet it involves a scrappy little table runner or a mobile of sorts!

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!
krenthom @ gmail . com

maureen said...

I'm a teacher, need I say more? I see a wall hanging in my classroom!!!

veronicamade said...

I would make a pincushion or a fabric basket. Love all of those fabrics! Yum!

Carla said...

These are amazing. I would use them in a quilt that's in the early planning stages. Thanks for the chance to win!

Carla said...

I follow you on my RSS feed. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tiffany said...

Id love to make a clamshell pillow out of these beauties! Thanks for the chance!

Paula said...

I'd use them in a quilted pouch or bag. Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Margaret said...

Great fabrics- super giveaway- I think I'd make a laptop cover and matching zipper pouch with these!

Allison C said...

I'm a follower. I'm cranking out baby stuff before he pops out...like burp cloths, bibs, rattles, etc. So I would use these in my mass production.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I want to make the 3-zipper pouch I have been seeing all over blog land.

Esther F. said...

I am afollower! Thank you for this great give-away! You're the best!!! :-)
esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

carrie e. said...

The scraps would be perfect for my HST value quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

Deanna said...

I would make a little purse for my daughter. She needs one for church to hold all her stuff!

April in Autumn said...

Just trying to find free supplies while my friend and I are on a craft supply buying fast the rest of the year. Not sure what I'll use it for yet, but I'll find a way!

Heidi Staples said...

This looks like it would make a fabulous pouch. Thanks for sharing!

NorahS said...

I would use the scraps in a confetti quilt. Need more scraps!!!

NorahS said...

Oh, and I am a long-time follower of your blog.

Irene García Díaz said...

I'd use them to make a scrappy quilt, I love those bright colours! Ank you very much!!!

Kathy L said...

I'd use these in my next scrap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

Fiesta said...

I actually live using scraps. I am presently working on four baby quilts for my co workers. I would love to follow your blog but I cannot find the blogger follow link.

factotum-of-arts.com said...

I am loving the books Patchwork please and Pillow pop and would probably use the fabric for one of those projects.

factotum-of-arts.com said...

linked to comment before....ml_wilkie(at)hotmail(dot)com

Yvonne Maus Wecker said...

Already a devoted follower. I would love to win this giveaway, since I'm still shy fabric for at least five qyuilts needed for Christmas. So pick me, please.

Shannon Phillips said...

I would make coin purses!

Amy Gunson said...

Two great sets of fabrics there! I'm a scrappy crafter, so the wonderful fabrics would be enjoyed in many projects. Thanks for hosting a giveaway. Happy Crafting from Amy Badskirt

Debbie said...

Right now I'm obsessed with hexagons. These would be perfect! I liked you on Facebook. Thanks

Wens said...

Ooh how gorgeous are those fabrics!? I think I'd make a quilt, but I'm feeling like a spring-clean in my house, so new couch cushions would be awesome! Cheers :)

paul said...

I would love to make a bag!

Cat Palmer said...

From this fabrics I would make something for my neighbour who is soon to have a baby.

Cat Palmer said...

I'm a follower

Ellen said...

Such cute fabrics, especially the striped one. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

Liz said...

They would make a fab modern patchwork skirt for my daughter. The graph paper maybe a tablet cover for the end of year teacher gifts?

Kelli said...

Love those low volume fabs. I would totally use all those fabrics for an improv patchwork piece. Maybe a mini quilt? Or set of fabric baskets? Oh shoot, why not a cute little bag for myself. Oh the possibilities!

Skwishee said...

I have it in my head that I want to make some scrappy cushion covers :)

LethargicLass said...

I am pretty sure my jaw just dropped LOL... I would totally use the Collage for me on a pillow cover so I could see it all the time!

Chelsie C said...

I'd make a cute bag or basket for my sewing area :)

jayne said...

I think I would make a table runner, placemats...lots of options!

Marcia W. said...
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Marcia W. said...

Ooooh! Collage and texty fabric -- I see some quilty text pillows with applique. As a mathematics person and ex-teacher, I love the graph and notebook paper theme, along with the text reading theme. So very pretty.

Toya said...

I am really into scrappy quilts lately, or should I say 'controlled' scraps! hahaha. If doesn't flow, it must go!!! thanks for the giveaway!

Shanny said...

I am thinking I want to make some summer clothes for my daughter. these would be fun!

zx said...

no worries here - I'll use the fabric and I follow your blog on feedly!

Lisa said...

I love scraps and low volume! I would make pouches, just a few. I follow you and liked you on FB

Laura said...

I love making modern scrap quilts!

tlcala4me said...

I would use the Collage fabrics to make placemats - some light reading while enjoying a snack or meal. And I would use the graph paper and lined paper fabrics to label quilts.

Ellyn said...

pillow covers I think... with some embroidery included!

stitchingandbacon said...

I think I would use them to make placemats! I need some for sure.

victoriagm said...

Definitely a pillow cover or two with some improv piecing.

ErikaB3 said...

pillows, pillows and more pillows.

Joyce said...

I'd love to make a bag...just beautiful! I am a follower.

Pat V. said...

Oh, Collage, I am so lusting for these fabrics! OK, maybe too much information...anyway, I would make a lovely little wall hanging for my sewing space so I could gaze on it daily!

rainjerette said...

They would wind up in something - a pillow, a blanket, a small pouch. Maybe even all of them!

rainjerette said...

Your in my Google Reader for regular reading.

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...
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Adele said...

Loving what I've seen so far of Collage--definitely see a quilt in my future

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

I'd make a fun bright table runner!

Wildbluestarz ((AT)) aol ... comm

Following via FB (sorry I forgot that part lol)

Bunny said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I really want that scrap bag. lol. I would use it for my rainbow quilt!

JaneB said...

I'm working on rainbow blocks for a scrap quilt right now, so this would fit right in. Thanks for the great giveaway.

JaneB said...

I'm a new follower!

Karen H said...

I really want to make a scrappy pieced duffle bag, and this fabric would make a great one. Thanks for the chance to win. And, I am a follower.

Anonymous said...

I would use the fabric to make a quilt or a couple of pillows (maybe both.)
phebinator(at)hotmail(dot)com

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I follow you on bloglovin!

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

These are perfect for a baby quilt for my daughter! I would love them!!!
dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lyanna L. said...

I think I would use it for a bag I am making and probably some pieces would go into a quilt as well...I'm working on the tula pink city sampler quilt so I figure that'd be fun to use these fabrics in =)

Susan said...

Charity quilts! I'm outreach coordinator for our guild, so I'm always on the lookout for fabric that would make a good quilt for our latest cause (foster care).

Emily said...

Super cool fabric! Depending on the size of the scraps, I might do some English paper piecing with them, probably a pillow or a bag.

This Dog's Mom said...

I love this fabric! I think I would make a summer purse. Thanks for the sewing inspiration on your blog!

IndigoElephant :: Sash said...

Those fabrics would be great worked into a quilted cushion for our lounge!

JillB said...

I am going to make a scrappy "X plus +" quilt - these colors would really add some punch!
I am a bloglovin follower

SarahSchuyler said...

I'd make some scrappy bean bags for my kids or some pillows for my living room.

Jessica said...

I follow! I'd love to make a quilt with some coordinating solids with Collage. As for Girl Friday - LOVE! I'm a teacher, so I'd use them in a mini quilt for my classroom!

Donna said...

Wow, those fabrics are gorgeous. I would have to hold them, pet them, and listen to what they wanted to be.

pupton said...

Lovely! I will make a wall hanging made of yoyos!

heartsease54 said...

oooooooh! I have 2 stacks of low volume fabrics sitting on my cutting table waiting for me to cut into them for a low volume quilt-these would so fit in!

heartsease54 said...

Forgot to say that I am a follower-just the excitement of the moment I guess.

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Ooh I can't wait for Collage! Would love to have a play with some scraps in the meantime!! A little pouch just for me perhaps?!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Julie said...

What great fabrics. I would make a quilt for my daughter's first grade teacher. Thanks for the chance!

Julie said...

I follow you on the soon to be dead Google Reader.

Sara said...

A pillow for my couch and I am a new follower!

Jessy said...

If I were lucky enough to win, the scraps would be worked into a colourful quilt for sure! And those awesome girl friday prints would either become part of a quilt or perhaps a neat lining for a bag. Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Anonymous said...

For the scrap bag I can't go past a cushion - but with the graph and lined fabric would be lovely for a doodle style embroidery project – just like my notebooks at school

I follow on bloglovin ge.iT at hotmail dot com

Kristen said...

what fun fabric!
I stalk ---- errr - follow you :-)
And I'd love to make quilts with this fabric. My 5 year old thinks he needs something bigger than his crib size baby blanket :-)

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

These fabrics would make a great colorful quilt!

Vicki said...

So pretty. I would admire the fabric and eventually use it in some scrappy quilts.

Laura said...

I'd love to make a pillow cover!

Kathy said...

I am currently working on some zetti friends for a quilt I'm making.. these would be assume for the collage feel I am having trouble pulling off!!!

Sangeetha said...

graph paper will be a small backpack for my kids

Gabrielle Robles said...

Love the text print. I would make a pillow with the scraps.

Amy said...

These fabrics would be perfect for embroidered pouches!Thanks!
Amy
ajh15@hotmail.com

roxanne said...

I would make a tote bag.

Anonymous said...

I would love to use this fabric to sew new couch pillows.

Nicole M.
nicolejeanmorris@yahoo.com

Janarama said...

A tote bag. I'm a new follower via GFC.

Robin Sue said...

Those fabrics are perfect for tote bags for my elementary school co-workers!

Erica said...

A tote bag! I need something cool for taking paperwork too and from the office!

Blythe said...
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Blythe said...

Oo... I would probably hoard it for too long... but I would also like to make some zip pouches. I found a great tutorial I'm obsessed with. Just followed you. Thanks for the chance to win! cherney.b(at)gmail

Heather said...

I saw such great bags with the collage fabrics! I can't wait to make one. It would be fun to do a patchwork square on a tote with your scraps. Thanks for the chance to win!

Heather
hlward500(at)yahoo(dot)com

Maureen Clifford said...

I would make cool new bag for summer! Thanks for the chance to win!
mommychu2@gmail.com

Julie said...

I would love to make some pouches from these lovely fabrics. Thanks!

yeissen said...

Great thanks so much!! I'm into making heating pads right now!!! Yeissen@gmail.com







Lynne Tilley said...

I follow your blog on my Google Reader. I would love to make some more scrappy little zipper bags with metal zippers.
tillebl@aol.com

Flying Blind... said...

I would make lots of little makes from Patchwork Please!
Now following via Bloglovin x

Kim said...

Collage scraps would be great for some little coin purses like the ones you made. And the Girl Friday fabrics would be perfect for a low volume quilt.

I follow you from Google Reader (yeah yeah, going to have to move soon...)

Jennifer said...

ohhh these would make gorgeous pullow! thanks for the chance
jmistok(at)gmail(dot)com

In PolkaDots said...

Hello, I have already one modern quilt in my mind, but still missing fabrics... maybe this time... regards from Poland

Jennadesigns said...

Thank you so much! I love Collage and want to make some pillows for my couch out of it!

Jessica said...

I love those fabrics! They would make awesome backgrounds for funky stitcheries and would be fantastic for school related items!

pennydog said...

I've not seen collage before but it looks exciting! I make scrappy pillows for my MIL and they'd probably do nicely for that. Thanks!

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

Yay for Collage!! Can't wait to get some when it comes out!

Deborah said...

beautiful fabrics, especially the collage. I would make some QAYG pouches with it.

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

The graph paper fabrics are backgrounds for a quilt, the scraps are made into stars or will be sewn into my postage stamp top, depends on the size.
I follow on GFC, thanks for the chance!

Adrianne said...

Awesome giveaway - Collage is already on my must-have list! I would use the fabrics in a quilt, cos that's how I roll.

eva lo said...

ohhhh!!! if i win it i probably make some nice purses or something similar.

thanks!!!

mail elocose arroba gmail.com

Jolana said...

Wow, what a great giveaway!!!

I would like to make some pillows or maybe fabric baskets :)

Thank you for the chance to win :)

Jolana

Jolana said...

And I am follower of your blog. J.

Júlia said...

I'd make some pillows

(my email is antifa2000 @ gmail.com)

Júlia said...

And I follow you by bloglovin

(my email is antifa2000 @ gmail.com)

Abby W said...

If I one I would first have to stare at the eye candy for a bit before I decided to cut into them, such cute fabric. Thank you.

Abby W said...

i follow your blog fb and bloglovin.

Xanthe said...

Some of these fabrics would definitely go into the enormous list of gifts I have to make - babies, weddings, birthdays! Aah! I need me some of those fabrics!!!!

Xanthe.wifemade@gmail.com

Nakayoshi said...

I'm working on some pillow covers and these fabrics would be great!! Thanks for this giveaway!

Unknown said...

I need to make my dd a quilt.

KD-Quilts said...

These fabrics would be used for some selfish sewing for me! Maybe a quilt, or some pillows...

Taryn said...

I would make a pillow for my office! I follow via GFC!

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