Monday, December 10, 2012

I don't do dishes....a giveaway

Edited to add-This giveaway is now closed, winner will be announced in a seperate post! But you should still check out I Don't Do Dishes because the shop is just simply amazing!!!



I was wondering....do you guys know how much I love you? Like really? Cuz, I DO!!!! A whole bunch! And since I love you sooo much I'm gonna be doing a little thing here on my blog this month, already started really! Every week I'll be having a sponsored giveaway for you guys!!! YAY!!!!
Last week was of course the fabulous Zipit that sponsored the giveaway! (Thanks again Jennie, you are the best!)
Sew, who's going to be sponsoring this one, you ask?
The FANTABULOUS (yes, it's okay for me to make up my own words, in case you were wondering)
Caitlin of I Don't Do Dishes!!!!!! '
Her shop is AMAZING!!! I just LOVE IT! And she's pretty cool too *wink*! She has super fast shipping, amazing prices, and her customer service? Well, it's as fantabulous as she is!

She is all about custom orders too, and if you're not too sure on what you need ask her, she is more than happy to help build you your own bundle of *drool worthy* fabric!
She has an amazing selection of fabric that is added to on a regular basis!
She's got some of the best lines out there such as...

Tula Pink's Saltwater...

The gorgeous Simply Color by V & Co..


Pearl Bracelets by Lizzy House (IN ALL THE NEW COLORS) (OMG I'm gonna go broke just looking at her shop!!!)
Madrona Road by Violet Craft....and sooo many more!!!!
Not only does she carry fabric but she has a great selection of interfacing, thread, and notions!
I mean a girl can really do some damage in that shop!!! And with her great prices, it won't hurt tooooooo bad! LOL!
But what is she giving away to you guys????




A FQ bundle of Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill in the Poppy Colorway!!!! Aren't these fabrics JUST GORGEOUS!!?!?!?!?

That's TWELVE FQ's of the GORGEOUS brand new fabric! (I'm having some series envy right now for whoever wins this!)
So you TOTALLY have to go and check out her shop and if you are like me you will be drooling in NO TIME!
So what do you have to do to enter?  It's simple really....
THE NUMBER ONE RULE is you have to FOLLOW my blog!
Then all you gotta do is answer my ????? which is, What kind of Christmas gifts are you making? (I need some good ideas, that's quick to make!)
See? that's it!
ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PLEASE!!!! (don't comment that you follow, if you are commenting at all I already will know you are a follower!!! :))
This giveaway will be open until Friday Dec 14th at Midnight (EST)!!!!!
This giveaway is open to international followers as well!
Don't forget to go check out I Don't Do Dishes I promise...you won't regret it! :)
~Hope y'all are having a great day~

142 comments:

Laura said...

I am a busy bee making lots of placemats and potholders, pjs, tree skirts, ornaments, and two quilts (not exactly finished yet...but I have high hopes!). Also a few zip bags out of PUL fabric for my daughters (for the babies!).

ItsNurseJessi said...

This year my main go to craft for making this year is those darn stockings but also, Ive been busy making Jane Market Bags for those peeps too "old" for stockings! You can do them as simple or as complex as you wanna!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

Yay I am sooo glad to be a follower!! I've been making kitchen-y thing s- hanging tea towels, nesting bowls and hot pads for Christmas this year - h and ornaments foe the tree :) GREAT giveaway - I'm drooling for sure!

piece peace said...

I am making hand made decorations as quick gifts this year. Thank you for the giveaway.

Lisa Marie said...

I follow your blog. I am done making gifts for this year. I have made lap quilts, potholders, bags, and table runners. Not terribly original ideas but things that the recipients enjoy.

Gill said...

I'm making tote bags and aprons - nearly finished!

Southern Gal said...

A quiet book for my granddaughter, zippered pouches for my great-nieces and a handbag or two.

Thanks for the chance to win that beautiful fabric. I was introduced to it during the Sew,Mama,Sew giveaway. Lots of bloggers were giving away that line of fabric.

Chiska said...

I'm making t-shirt scarves (super fast and simple) placemats and pj pants. thanks for the fabulous giveaway

B Greene said...

I have already made a bunch of key fobs - love them! I am planning to make some loyalty card wallets and zippered pouches. I may may some hot pads, too.

✾Jamie Lee✾ said...

What a generous giveaway! I made a few sets of placemats as gifts. They were all made from Christmas fabric.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I'm a follower. I'm not making anything this year but last year I made tote bags using the Jane Market Bag pattern for my daughters teachers

Courtneysews said...

I'm a loyal follower! I'm making pillows! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Jenny Larking said...

I have made 2 cushions. One is a Liberty tana lawn appliquéd VW campervan on lovely linen background. I particularly love this and want to keep it. I am also making pretty little baby dresses and needlecord pinafores using a fab pattern from Smashed Peas and Carrots. I have made a Christmas table runner and am going to make a line of Christmas tree bunting for my window. jennylarking@gmail.com

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

So far I have finished a quilt, made 3 pairs of leggings, made two squirrels from gloves. I still have to finish one more quilt and make a boys button down shirt.

Wildbluestarz {at} aol dotttt com

Tricia said...

I am making milk and cookie mats for all the boys teachers.

Norma's Clay said...

Thanks for such an amazing giveaway! I've been sewing bags and pouches. I'm addicted to it and everybody need them.

Nikita said...

gorgeous fabrics!!! and quilts

Elizabeth said...

I still have some Christmas gifts to make, but so far I have made a bunch of zipper pouches.

Crickets Corner said...

I'm making hot pads, coin purses and a couple of aprons. Hopefully I get every thing done as I have been hit with the crud.

cherylj said...

I follow your wonderful blog. I am making stockings and some lap quilts for christmas presents

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Oh how lovely kelli....thanks for this chance to win!!! I didn't make anything to give this year. But I have given my family bed size quilts for Christmas some years.

gccmom said...

I follow via Google Reader. I am making pajama bottoms for the girls in my life...they love them. I am also making my daughter a rag quilt. I LOVE Notting Hill!

Taryn said...

I am making a few quilts...it has been going slowly. I feel good about today though!

Cindy Sews said...
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Cindy Sews said...

I am making aprons, pieced pot holders, and knitted hats for Christmas presents! Thanks for the chance to with these yummy Fat Quarters!

Ella said...

A quilt, a christmas tree skirt, coin pouches, and journal covers...also cowls.

Laura said...

I follow via Google Reader. My go-to quick gift this year is handwarmers, a pair per person. I have my scrap collection out on the dining room table and whenever the kids are involved in something for a few minutes I match up a couple more pieces of fabric and cut them out. Then I can sew a bunch at once after they're in bed at night. The thing that takes the longest is hand-sewing the closing closed at the end! I filled them with rice mixed with lavender essential oil and they smell so nice.

Needled Mom said...

I am a follower. So many of the fabrics make me drool these days.

I have been making all sorts of gifts - raincoats, small totes, i-pad cases, towels....

Michelle said...

i'm making hand print pillows and jammies!

Phyllis said...

I am following your blog.
I had planned on doing a lot of sewing but just haven't been feeling well. Then, in the wee hours of Sat. morning and a trip to the ER, found out I have a pretty bad UTI.
So maybe I'll at least get my daughter some pj pants made.

Little Ella Lu said...

I'm making car playmat messenger bags, casserole carriers and jean quilts.

Cindy said...

I am making an apron for my 13 year old son who loves to cook! Thanks.

Melzie Belle said...

I made some little mushroom felt ornaments for my bffs, and mug rugs for each of them :)
xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

i am making ginger girl aprons, embellished tea towels, airplane softie... dresses and maybe something to do with a babboon :) handmade holiday at ours this year

Nurseli said...

I follow. I'm not really making anything Christmas-y. I did just finish a needle case and I need to finish quilting a quilt. Oh, now that I think about it- I did make a few hot packs (filled with rice) for gifts.

Jan said...

I'm making pillowcases for all the small children, 10 so far. I'm a follower!

Judy1522 said...

Right now I am working on quilts but those are not quick. For quick gifts I usually make embroidered hand towels or dish towels (the flour sack kind). Also this year I am going to try and make some mug rugs for people that drink coffee. I have some great coffee themed fabric for that.

heartsease54 said...

I made a quilt for my oldest sister, just mailed it off last week. I'll be making a Go Faster Box Bag from Tacha Bruecher's book for my stitching group swap & some little frame pouch purses for some far away friends. That's all for me. Thanks for the lovely give away.

LucyL said...

I'm making reindeer fabric ornaments for the kids in my son's class, and just finished them yesterday! I hope they'll like it!

Jenniffier Kramer said...

I am a follower and I am making jewelry pouches, customized pillow case and a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.

Joyatee said...

I am making handknit hats and sewn zippered pouches for Christmas. Thanks for such a generous giveaway! (I'm already a follower.)

Ali said...

I've made a number of hexagon hot pads, I like how I can use my larger scraps (or jelly rolls) for them.
Mmmm salt water!

Catskill Quilter said...

This year we are making mug rugs, Christmas themed coasters, and hopefully, table runners. Time is running out...Happy holidays!

Alicia said...

I am not currently making anything, but if I can manage it, I am going to make my husband an I pad sleeve to go with his new ipad.

Wivi said...

Potholders, mug rugs, toilet cases are quick and easy to make. And I've sewn a quilt for my baby granddaughter.
I'm a follower.

Judy said...

I would love to but I called into sub indefinetly but does embroidering names on towels for someone else to give as gifts count?! I would though still love to make some pillows & make-up pouches but I don't think so. Thanks for the giveaway - I'm for sure a follower.

Mary Ann said...

A zippered pouch showcasing some embroidery. Thanks for the giveaway!

Angelina S. said...

I love the pearl bracelets! I have made quite a few quilted pillow covers for Christmas this year. I follow your blog via google reader. Thanks for the chance to win!

JustPam said...

I am making Happy Holidays table toppers. They are fun and easy to make. I made one large Xmas tree skirt from this pattern too.
I am a follower.

Kelleigh said...

I have made a few zippered pouches and have a few more drawstring pouches to make. They are great to stuff presents into and more fun to open.

Delia said...

I am making a felt mail set for my daughter. It will have stamps that snap off/on. I am making a few hot/cold rice bags with covers. I am doing a few baked goods/jams/hot fudge this year.

The Slow Quilter said...

I am a follower, and I have been making coin purses with my scrap fabrics in all colors. I plan to put either money (no more then $5) or gift cards. Maybe nothing at all since the purses are just great by them selfs.

Lynne Tilley said...

I am making iPad cases for my Mom and 2 sisters, and one niece. Maybe one for my daughter if she wants one. I am using the Kindle Cover tutorial from Moda website, just enlarging it and adding a button closure and webbing & grosgrain ribbon trim & handles. Quick & Easy and oh so cute.

Laura said...

I'm making a quilt for my brother and placemats for my parents!

Sowing Stitches said...

I found my crochet hook and have been making some of the fun quirky scarves for last minute gifts.

sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

rush said...

of course, i am a follower. what i made was quilt-style cards for a gift exchange for our group, QWACs (Quilting Women Acting Crazy), a non-guilg guild of our own!

Elisabetta said...

I'll give my sister-in-law a composition with lavender flowers in a particular white basket (she loves both, white and lavender) I hope this turns out well ^_^
thank you so much for this opportunity

JoyceLM said...

I am knitting afghans for my sisters. And I have quilt tops that I still need to quilt for my sisters-in-law. I'm a follower. Thanks.

hennies.pennies said...

I'm doing embroidered pillows this year along with a few mug mats. Time is at a premium so I'm pushing hard to get them all done!! Be especially blessed, Kathy

sherryberrybim said...

Making a quilt. That's it! Not all that crafty I guess.

pbs.seams said...

This is a wonderful giveaway, thank you! I made quite a few items for a local Holiday Shop and now am onto gifts for the family - my 2 button fabric shawls for the ladies, sleepy pants for the guys, a few scarves and a few quilted table runners.

Marjorie Nath said...

This year I've made 2 snuggle quilts for the 2 youngest members of our adopted family. I'm working on coin purses for the 2 teenage girls and hopefully messenger bags too. I'm in the middle of piecing a Hidden Wells(I know this will be a late present) I'm going to a larger city this morning & hopefully will find a fabric store that carries cotton, batting and good quality thread so I will be able to save the shipping fees from the states.
thelady(at)hotmail.com

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

I follow you... I've finished 3 table toppers for my Mom, MIL and sister. Once I finish my tree skirt and set of stockings I'll be making lots of mug rugs for family exchanges. Thanks for the giveaway!

Margaret said...

I am making pajamas for my grand kids and some zippered pouches for my daughters. I also have a journal cover for mu son-in-law. I have a new granddaughter so I have to make her stocking yet.

Lisa C said...

I'm a happy follower! I just finished buying two small bowls at Anthropologie. I glued (E6000) magnets to the indentions on the bottom of the bowls and now they are pin holders. I bought my friends new quilting pins to go inside. A girl can't have too many pin holders or pins (or shoes...)! Merry Christmas

Coffee Break Whatever said...

I made a twin size quilt of each of my grand children - that would be 5 all together!I have also made placemant which take just a few hours, so that might be a good thing for you...or mug rugs....neither take much time!
Thanks for the chance! Nottinghill is a fav of mine..and riley blake!
Cheri
quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

Rebeckah Austin said...

Zip pouches, aprons, quilts, dish clothes...

Josie McRazie said...

Gulp NOTHING! We kind of had a few set backs and I have not been able to sit at my machine much for the past month! Boo! I hope the new year brings renewed health!

territhegirl said...

I love the shop "I don't do Dishes"! I immediately bought a pattern!

I'm making mittens/gloves out of wool sweaters. Thanks for the giveaway!

Judy B said...

I been making coin purses! Also lots of mug rugs as they go together so fast. Thank you for the great giveaway. I believe I am a no-reply blogger since I don't have one! jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

ELNM said...

I made fabric infinity scarves for my daughters, and also some duct tape zip bags. Fun and easy, and they turned out pretty well! LOVE Notting Hill - thanks for the chance!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

Jennyroo said...

I follow, of course I do! I am running out of time (like you) and so this year the homemade gifts are all from the Kitchen: caramel corn (I have an awesome recipe if you need one) and I thought I might try marshmallows if I'm feeling ambitious, although I hear they can burn out the motor on a stand mixer so I might not go there!

Calikisses said...

I'm making aprons, a manicure set, a bookself mini quilt, a rice pillow, and a business card holder. Have I mentioned I haven't started either besides picking out all the fabric and organizing my area? EEPS, I'm a busy girl these next 12 days or so!

Fran said...

I'm making some patchwork cushions(pillows), some Christmas stockings, a few simple zip pouches & a Weekender Travel bag (for my daughter, not a quick OR easy project!). Thanks for the chance to win.

maggie said...

I'm busy finishing up a wallhanging and some kitchen towels and pot holders.
Thanks for sharing the link to her shop. What a great selection of fabrics, I have to go back and drool some more. : )
Merry Christmas and thanks for the great giveaway.
cheers
maggie

giddy99 said...

Pillow covers, travel accessories (hot iron travel cases, luggage tags, shoe bags and jewelry pouches), and a couple of stockings!

Kim Powell said...

What a great giveaway! I have made some pajamas for both my children, my husband and even a nightshirt for my dad. I also made a fleece vest for my son,a skirt for my daughter and a hat for my dad. I hope to make some toiletry bags, a vest for my husband and maybe some doll clothes. I hope your holidays are great!! I am going to check out the blog - I Don't Do Dishes!

barbara woods said...

i follow and i just like one pillow and i will be thru with my christmas sewing then i will think of some thing else to make

legato1958 said...

I just finished a mug rug for my mother, and a bunch of key fobs. Plus, a casserole carrier.
I follow you by email!

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Bea García said...

I am making pouches in different sizes, crayon caddies, purse organizers... I love Caitlin's shop and follow your blog, thanks for the chance to win!
bea968{at}gmail.com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Estou terminando uma colcha para meu neto,cheia de barco velas,em papel ingles,totalmente a mão.Sigo
GFC e email.Obrigada.


FELIZ NATAL!



tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) said...

A GUY could go broke in her shop too :) I'm making quilts for Christmas :) That's all I do pretty much. Working on a simple scrappy one right now :)

Ebeth said...

I'm in love with Joel Dewberry. But I don't think he knows. ;)

I'm whipping up tea towels, a small pillow and hopefully some coasters!

Thanks for the chance!
Elizabeth
Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

Mom C said...

Finishing some flannel baby blankets, strip pieced fleece blankets, aprons and pjs. Satisfying but not exciting. Thanks.

Meg said...

I'm trying to finish a quilt for my dad for Christmas, so I'm no help in the last minute gift inspiration, I'm afraid. I made the blocks up over the summer, now it just needs borders, basting, etc. etc. Two weeks and two long weekends between now and then...think I can make it?!

Melissa said...

I'm finishing up a couple quilts, but I plan to give the gift of booze and I'm going to make little quilted bottle coozies for the liquor bottles!

slacker said...

most of mine were photo albums / frames. I'm making ONE ornament. this was not my most handmade year.

Lynn said...

the fabric houses from "scandinavian stitches" book and retro mama's site are super fun to make and everyone seems to love them. i got those in the works with some crocheted hats, slippers, sleeping johns, and embroidery. thanks for the great giveaway-i'm a new follower.

OhioLori said...

I am busy, busy, busy....makin' Jamma Pants for the Kiddo's & Grankiddo's....always make 'em new one's at CHRISTmas!! Easy & fun gift! :) Also finishin' up a Throw, crocheting Dishcloth's.....& we make fudge, and Caramel Corn to give to Family, Friends, UPS guy, & Mailman! :) Whew! lol

Love the fabrics! thanks so much for chance to win your drawing! :)

Garilyn S said...

I'm making pj pants, but it seems so are alot of others out there. I also plan to make a tunic and/or dress for my daughter and a purse for her too. Thanks for the chance to win!

Laura Lane said...

Hi,
I'm so glad I read some of the comments. I found some good gift ideas. I've been making doll clothes for my daughter.

Newbie Jen said...

Let's see, I've made 2 quilts, I have some journal covers in the works, a few placemats and mug rugs also in the works. I made a dreadful handmade tree ornament! I also made some wall art (tut on my blog). I was thinking about making a bag or two, but I think I am running out of time.

JLVerde said...

I made my sister a stocking using images from the Grinch fabric (to show the whole storyline on the stocking). And I made her a Lorax zippered pouch.

I may make a few more pouches for some other folks, too.

Margaret said...

Infinity scarves and zipper pouches -- that's what I'm making for my daughter's teachers and a couple of my friends.

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

I'm a seasoned follower already.
I'm making a Helix quilt from Emily Herrick's book Geared for Guys. It looks great and is easy to make.
And I'll make a few pouches and tote bags for smaller gifts.

Katie said...

I follow your blog on google reader. Instead of wrapping most of my presents this year I have made christmas bags from the tutorial by Jeni at In color Order blog.
(http://www.incolororder.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.html). They turn out SO cute and would be perfect quick gifts.

Dottie said...

Right now I'm making Christmas cards. When they are done, I'll be making pin suh ions for all the ladies on my list.
Hope I get it ll done in time!

Dotvining@yahoo.com

Cal said...

I am making small drawstring bags filled with cookies and chocolates. You can customize the fillings, like crayons, candy, and by changing the fabric it is suitable for anyone, kid, adult, male, female, teacher, etc.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I made table runners, hot pads, coasters and snowman ornaments. The coasters and snowman ornaments are made using charm squares and are extremely easy to make ( I posted tutorials on my blog for both).

Nicole said...

I'm finishing off Spoonflower tea towels as gifts this year. Thanks for the chance!

Maureen Hayes said...

I have been making altered coasters into little art pieces that you display on tiny easels. I have been making altered notebooks, especially purse sized ones for notes, homemade Christmas cards and DIY lip scrub and body scrubs.

Thanks for the chance to win this fabric, I am in LOVE with this and would be thrilled if I won it.

Have a Merry Christmas!
Maureen

Nati said...

I am your new follower! I made bags for my niece and nephews that I am then filling with lots of arty stuff. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jodi - usairdoll said...

What beautiful fabric, Notting Hill is my new favorite. I'm making some quick zippered bags. They are my new favorite gifts.

Thank you and I Don't Do Dishes for an awesome and generous giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

SIMPLESEW said...

quick and easy easy no sew, but with fabric I saw on You tube is quilted ornaments, there is a girl on there that does it real fast and thats the one I am picking, scrap buster.. there is another lady on there that used 15000 pins, not for me. but you chose

Linda said...

HI! I'VE COMPLETED A BURUNDY+CREAM TABLE RUNNER 92"(THAT TOOK ME A WHILE). FOR QUICKER PROJECTS I'M DOING SMALL TABLE TOPPERS,USING SCRAP CHRISTMAS FABRIC STRIPS SEWN TOGHETHER+THEN USING A 60 DEGREE RULER+CUTTING THEM APART+THEN SEWING THEM BACK TOGETHER WITH ALL POINTS MEETING IN THE CENTER.YOU'VE PROBABLY SEEN THESE.THEY MAKE UP SO NEAT! SEE ONE AS A MUG RUG HERE:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/82207728@N06/8179431325/in/photostream
MERRY CHRISTMAS!
THANKS FOR A SWEET GIVEAWAY!

msstitacher1948@yahoo.com

Happier Than A Bird Quilts said...

I'm a follower. =)
My mom paid me to make a bunch of my quilted wine totes for her to give as Christmas gifts, besides that I made some fabric letters and doll carriers for my girls.
My wine tote tutorial is here http://www.happierthanabirdquilts.com/2012/10/sweet-treats-blog-hop-quilted-wine-tote.html

{Just a friendly suggestion, your blog is great, but your post column is way too narrow. With so much in your side bars and such a narrow center column it is really hard to stay focused and read your posts.}

Patti said...

I am still busy with wall hangings and pot holders! Love the fabrics in your giveaway. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Carmen Nuland said...

Not sewn or quilted, but I'm making some crocheted snowflakes for gift toppers (I gave up trying to make actual presents this year)

Pink Scissors Design said...

new blog follower

I've been making Jesse Tree Ornaments. See my Etsy shop for pictures (Pink Scissors Design). I also made a quilted stocking for the gift exchange at my quilt group.

Deborah
pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

Jennifer Gail said...

I'm making coasters and I follow:)

kbzelazny said...

I'm making lots of infinity scarves. Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

jmniffer said...

I made quilts for my two boys; started in October and finished last week. I don't think that is what you were looking for. Good luck getting some quick ideas and thanks for the chance at some awesome fabrics.

cpup40 said...

Of course I follow your blog. I'm trying to make some table runners to give for Christmas presents. Thank you for the chance to win this fabulous giveaway.

Liz, Quilt Adventurer said...

I'm a follower...and i'm making bags and scottie dogs from the pattern on Denyse Schmidt's site!

Jewels said...

I am following. Your page is lovely!

I am making several quilts, slippers, coasters & a table runner, and several pairs of pants for my little boy.

Thank you for the great giveaway!

Anda W said...

I ama follower and have made two quilts and some crocheted dishcloths, have to leave time to bake too! awolk at rogers dot com

Tamie said...

I'm a happy follower.I'm not sewing any gifts this year :( But, I think that zip pouches make great gifts. There are so many options and everyone- male and female_ have to store things.

Deborah said...

I am making little Christmas tree ornaments. Had grander plans but run out of time!

Beth said...

I am making pillowcases using the "hot dog" or "burrito" method. Pretty simple and the results are very nice. Not too heavy for mailing, unlike the year I had the bright idea of making everyone cherry stone heating pads.

Debra Lee said...

I'm making gift card holders, haha easy way out!

Forte Accessoriez said...

New follower @ blog

Forte Accessoriez said...

So awesome!! Thanks for giveaway!

Sis-O said...

Sweet giveaway! I am making quilts and blankets...and it's kicking my butt. Thank you.

Myself said...

I love making quilted pot holders- gets all the complements :) Thanks for the great givaway!

Emily C said...

I'm making ornaments and quilts.

Angie said...

I follow via e-mail. This year I'm sticking to quick and easy projects...quilted potholders, mug rugs, and coffee cozies! I placed my first order with "I don't do the dishes" this past weekend...she has some GREAT stuff and great prices!

Sara ypunto said...

I am making Christmas ornaments and placemats, nothing too complicated
saruqa at gmail dot com

qwilltr said...

I am making a small quilt for my dad and some small (11" x 12") wall hangings for several fiends. I saw a cute design somewhere and am just making something up. No pattern. Thanks for the chance to win some great fabrics!

Carla said...

I'm making some little zippy pouches to hold gift cards. Yikes I have to finish tonight, getting on a plane tomorrow! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Gale, Ky quilter said...

Love your giveaway! Beautiful fabrics. I am making check book covers and matching key fobs for the ladies as well as quilted sports checkerboards with color coordinated wooden checkers for the guys on my list. Happy sewing!

Addibrae said...

I'm not making presents this year

Jacklynn said...

I'm a new follower. I am making a few patchwork stockings - they're really cute.

{ HeatherK @ AReformedHeath'n } said...

I love Joel Dewberry! What an awesome giveaway :) For this year, I'm making my youngest daughter a quilt--she actually requested one of her very own. My other Christmas-related project is a book cover.

Lis said...

I am a follower! I am making throw quilts and jewelry pouches!
lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

aerialkabuki said...

I've made a couple mug rugs.

Sallie said...

table mat and table runner. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Pat Converse said...

I've made some xmas tree wall hangings, coasters, and coin purses. Love this fabric giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity.

pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

hueisei said...

I'm a follower and I'm making a mug rug :)

Jamie B said...

I made spa sets! Soap, lip balm, the works! I follow you by RSS!

Barb said...

Thanks to you all for such an amazing give-away! I am finishing up several small quilted wallhangings for Christmas. Oops - just looked at the calendar. I'd better get BUSY!

Barb said...

Guess I forgot to say that I'm a follower on GFC.

Patrick said...

Nice to be a new follower :)
I made a bunch of little scrappy tree ornaments shaped like trees and stockings, each about 4 inches high. Gave many as gifts and added a few to the tree. A quick and fun way to share your crafty expertise during Christmas!