Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Giveaway Day!

Welcome to my blog for Giveaway Day! Sew Mama Sew organizes a giveaway day all over blogland, with many fabulous crafters participating. You can see others here. I'll be giving away this cute little bag.
Purple bag
Sorry for the light--when I use a flash it is super washed out. It's a deep purple on the outside, sort of a velour fabric, and a reddish fabric on the inside from Basic Grey's Urban Couture line.
It's got a snap closure and a pocket in the lining. Also included is a fat quarter of fabric!
Fat quarter
To enter, just leave a comment telling me what Christmas or holiday gifts you are making this year. If you're not making anything, what would you like to make? Also, please make sure that I have a way to contact you--through your blog, email, Flickr, etc.

I'll use random.org to choose the winner on December 6th--St. Nicholas Day.

Good luck!

193 comments:

  1. This year I have bit off almost more than I can chew. I am making three quilts for my girls for Christmas and I'm making all the women in my family bath soaps and scrubs!

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  2. How cute! I will be making cozies for the family(jammies for Christmas Eve) and scrolling some Navitiy Crosses...love the blog!
    Nikki S
    ansarha@bendbroadband.com

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  3. Great bag! And lovely fabric!

    I just finished embroidering some chocolate brown pillow cases with a cream colored spray of Queen Anne's lace on the edging. For my mama. Who has everything she needs.

    butlerswife@gmail.com

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  4. I'm making ornaments this year. And binding quilts for gifts. Love your fun blog. So much for getting anything done today!

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  5. I'm on a stashbuster kick, so am making aprons for EVERYONE

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  6. I'm making two baby doll quilts for a niece, a Friendship Bag filled with vintage pillow cases for my friend KT, a pencil roll up case, a fabric basket for the mail lady with dog bone shaped cookies since she always leaves treats for our dog and a bag for another niece!

    Whew!

    Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!
    mayhem5@softhome.net
    http://thequiltingdee.blogspot.com/

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  7. Cute bag! I'm making my grandmother-in-law a quilt, and my brother's girlfriend is getting a Rachael-made tote bag. Thanks for being so generous!

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  8. Fun little bag. I'm making aprons and a guitar hero scarf. My hands are tired just thinking about it!

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  9. wool felt strawberries (giveaway on my blog today)
    headbands
    skirts
    tote bags

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  10. I want to make two bags out of wool for gifts

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  11. I am not making anything this year, we just moved across country and all my supplies are in storage. What a cute bag! Hope I win! my email is laurengreutman@gmail.com

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  12. I've made drawstring bags, coffee cozies, crayon holders, and clutches. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I am making a wristlet for my sister right now:) Lovely prize!! Thanks!
    christinbanda at yahoo dot com

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  14. This year, I'm knitting a basic pair of fingerless gloves,a pair of fair-isle mitts, a pair of mary-jane type slippers and a bokaclava, which is like a balaclava, but with horns. And a tongue sticking out.

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  15. I'm going to be making beaded ornaments!

    jennsquaredATgmailDOTcom

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  16. I am making christmas kitchen baskets - an apron, 2 oven mitts (made by re-trimming dollar store mitts) , trimmed towels and a jarmix of cookies for santa

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  17. I am making an I-Spy quilt for my nephews... Guess I'd better get started on it!

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. I am making two lap quilts! My first quilts ever. I've finished the tops, now I just have to get down to business quilting them!

    kelli.canady {at} gmail dot com

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  19. I just made a bunch of fun quilts for Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance.

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  20. What a beautiful bag! I have not attempted one yet. For the holidays I've crochet two wrist cuffs for my daughters (each with a vintage button or cuff link clasp), knitted/crochet dish/wash clothes, some jellies canned earlier in the season... cookies... I think that's it.

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  21. So cute! And how generous of you.

    I have realized that my holiday to-make list is a bit unwieldy. I am planning to knit a shawl for my mom, a hat for my dad, and elf slippers for each of my boys. I hope to crochet a Christmas stocking and weave a scarf for my husband's son. And I have various small projects I am hoping to knit for my sons' school's craft sale. I guess I better get busy!

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  22. That is an awesome bag! I am making crocheted coffee cozies for everyone at work and then headbands for all of the women in the sorority that I advise. jennirowles @ yahoo dot com Happy holidays!

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  23. It's very lovely. Thank you for your generosity! And I keep reading your title as "quality goddess!" :-)

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  24. I am making some baby burp cloths, and of course, I'll make cookies to give--and eat. itskel@gmail.com

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  25. I was hoping to have time to make some quilted placemats but I don't think I'm going to have time before I leave for the holidays. You can find me at strawberryjamdesigns@gmail.com

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  26. would love to make some dresses for my girls. happy giveaway day! here's my giveaway http://www.simplymodernmom.com/2009/12/the-gift-box-a-giveaway/

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  27. I love Basic Grey. I've made ornaments from eggshells, some patchwork stars (recently seen at SMS), covers for travel packs of tissues, andbag bags (also from SMS). visit my blog to see them all!

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  28. Goodness. I am making so much this year. I've made it a goal to handmake all of my gifts. I am making teatowels (which I plan to embroider), little handmade dolls for the kids, a table runner for my mother-in-law (just to name a few)!

    Thanks
    cassandra.pendergraff@gmail.com

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  29. I am supposed to be making more than I am actually making, I'm afraid. The stockings may have to wait another year.
    Thanks!

    ruthiesmom16(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. I love it! I'm making loads of bags from the Bag Bazaar book--now that I have the simpliest patterns down, I'm improvising. I'm new to sewing, and love it!
    Thanks

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  31. I'm making pajamas for my kiddos this year.

    Thanks!

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  32. This year, made some decorative letters for holiday messages...kept a set and gave a set away so far!

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  33. I am knitting a scarf from my hand spun yarn. I wish I could finish a shawl but I don't know.

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  34. I'm knitting hats like mad. THanks for the giveaway op! toilandtrouble [at] spambog [dot] com

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  35. I'm working on a knitted baby blanket for a friend, so not much other crafting going on. But I have plans for a Christmas-themed table runner, and perhaps a few bookmarks!

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  36. i am making a tea wallet for my mom, earrings for my mother-in-law, purse for my niece, play mat for my toddler son, and a "man-purse" for my husband to keep his ipod, cell, wallet and checkbook in.
    jennjiterrell at yahoo dot com

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  37. Beautiful Bag! I'll be making soap for some Christmas gifts and maybe knitting something but I may have waited too long for that :-)
    Thanks for doing this giveaway!
    Mary
    oilandspice@gmail.com

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  38. This year I'm making mostly quilts! Lots and lots of quilts! Love the bag!

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  39. I have my hands full. I'm making quilts for my mom, boyfriend's mom and my sister. Haven't finished any yet though. Started.. but not finished.

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  40. I made some ornaments for my friends and will be making some Christmas Bark for snacking.

    Love the bag!
    Merry Christmas!

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  41. This year I'm making 2 quilts and a table runner. One quilt is ready to layer and baste and one is all cut out, but the table runner isn't even designed!

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  42. What a great giveaway! I'd love to be entered :)
    This year I'm making dresses for my daughter and niece, a layette for our baby on the way, and knitting a scarf for my mom. Phew, I'd better get off the computer and get started!


    jillybean7681 at gmail dot com

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  43. Mostly cookie making and lots of work around the house (painting kitchen cabinets) to keep me busy. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  44. I love the bag! and I'm excited to be entered!

    I am making everything this year! Scarves, Totebags, No-see fleecec blankets, Christmas quilted ornaments, Car CD organizers, reusable snack bags, and much more!

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  45. I'm sewing dress-up clothes for my two nieces (ages 1.5 and 4) and having a great time putting them together!

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  46. That's a gorgeous fabric that speaks to me. What line is it? I'll have to reread and see if you mention it...would love some more! Nice purse too. My 20 year old is the purse lover of the family and would really like this chic bag! thanks for participating and making this event so fun! Oh, almost forgot: I'm working on a mini rag quilt for 4 month old granddaughter. Her momma wanted a soft mini to get her attached to and minis are so much easier to tote! Got a few quick tea wallets to crank out and possibly a couple of stick horses for the older grands.

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  47. The bag is gorgeous- thank you for this opportunity!

    This year for Christmas I'm making a tote bag- the pieces are cut, now I just have to find the motivation to tackle the pattern! :)

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  48. For christmas, I'm finally getting around to finished a crochet hat for my friend that I started this summer - oops!

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  49. I am actually not making anything this year. i wish I had time to finish some of my open projects.

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  50. So far I've made my son some pajama pants and a superhero cape :)

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  51. A LOT of friends are getting those little travel tissue holders in cute fabrics!

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  52. I still have one week of school left so I haven't given much thought to Christmas gifts. I'm planning to make a few pillows and some coin purses.

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  53. i'm making cross-stiched old fashioned christmas stockings. HOPEFULLY they'll be done!

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  54. what a beautiful bag! I need to think of handmade gifts for two nephews -- I think they're about 40 -- no ideas yet!

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  55. i am making vanilla extract and reusable shopping totes as gufts this year.

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  56. i am making vanilla extract, reusable shopping bags and some afghans for folks this year.

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  57. I'm sewing dolls for my girls and kntting dh a pair of socks :)

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  58. Great bag! I'm making many gifts this year: toddler backpacks, pencil pouches, shopping bags, handbags, aprons and 2 comforters. I have lots of sewing to finish! Thanks for the giveaway. alusco@centurytel.net

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  59. What a terrific bag! I'm overloaded with projects this year but I think I'm nearing the end (I hope I am!). Currently I'm making an adorable patchwork pillow for my niece. The tutorial is at: http://www.ohdeedoh.com/ohdeedoh/how-to/how-to-huggable-loveable-dog-pillow-088800

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  60. I'm making loads of cookies and baby items. Can't go wrong there :)

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  61. Very cute bag! We are making lots of kids crafts, ornaments, ribbon trees, sparkly pine cones, bird seed holders and the likes. I have been making felt flower headbands for all the nieces and girls in our lives. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  62. These are wonderful!!
    I'm currently crocheting Christmas: washcloths, a scarf, hanging handtowels, baby blanket, and a bag.
    Thank you!
    shellymckinstry@yahoo.com

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  63. I love your quilt blocks! So glad I found you thru Sew Mama Sew! Thank you for the chance to win such a great giveaway!

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  64. I am making an I Spy quilt for a sweet little one and a patchwork quilt (Happy Campers fabric) for a little one who won't quite be here by Christmas. :)

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  65. My children and I are sewing teddy bears to bring to the Filipino children for Christmas this year.

    Thank you for adding me to your give a way!

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  66. I'm making a load of scrappy fabric belts from juicy bits' tutorial.
    a_heart4home(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. I am making a table runner for my MIL and I need to start it. ahhhhh so many blogs to explore. Thank you for the chance to win. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. -dez
    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  68. I've made homemade organic soaps (not melt&pour, lye & oils!), little pillows stuffed with lavender and organic rice sewn from dupioni silk and embroidered w/ dream on front to warm cold fingers or toes, and several different kinds of bath salts.

    Thanks for the doing the give-away!

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  69. Right now I am all about stocking stuffers and am making clothespins photoholders by the dozens. email on profile

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  70. I have to make some 3" square bean bags and a basket for them for my youngest who loves to throw things ;) And for my oldest I still need to make a fabric basket to complete her hand sewing kit. That's it!

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  71. This is my first "handmade holiday" and I'm up to my eyeballs with projects and good intentions. So far, I've completed a drapey top for my mom (with matching purse), several lavendar dryer bags, and grading bags for my fellow teachers. So many more projects on the "to do" list...yikes!

    Thanks for your generous giveaway!

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  72. What a nice bag, thank you for the giveaway, now nice! I am making a pillow for my niece, capes for my kids, and a screen tote for my best friend (hopefully!!) Thanks for a chance.

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  73. Nice bag!
    I made all the gift bags for this year's presents (10) out of quilting cotton and ribbon, and made some bird ornaments as a present for a friend, and a quilted potholder for another, but haven't made any more presents out of fabric yet. I made jam (quince) that will be wrapped up as presents for friends, and most likely make more eating goodies.

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  74. Lovely bag! This gal is making pillowcases, drawstrings bags, and knitted washcloths!

    Lindsey G
    grl_4_God@hotmail.com

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  75. Awesome, Mary!
    I'm knitting coffee sleeves (like the cardboard kind they give you at Starbucks) for Christmas presents this year. :) Venturing out of the scarves-and-hats realm.
    (You can contact me through FB if I win.)

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  76. This year it's knitted mittens, bags, and if I have time, vanilla syrup.

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  77. What a great bag. This year I made matching family PJs. They are really cute.

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  78. I am finishing up the last of 4 quilts I made - one for each of my grandchildren.. They were so much fun - I can hardly wait to see those kiddies all wrapped up in them! Thanks for the opportunity to win. Have a great holiday!
    klaws1@comcast.net

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  79. So far I've made some wristlets and some tissue holders. Maybe I'll make a bag for my Mom.

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  80. Aprons and bags, aprons and bags, etc.
    bettyrollins@gmail.com

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  81. I'm cross-stitching some things, and I hope to monogram napkins or towels. Love the bag and fabric.

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  82. I am making life-sized hummingbird ornaments out of wool felt! I am giving one of them away in this giveaway too. You can look at my blog at:
    http://homeschoolinghennypenny.blogspot.com/

    Thanks for asking.

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  83. Beautiful bag! I am busy making doll clothes for daughter and niece's 18" dolls. I never thought it would be this fun!

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  84. I made 2 quilts, potholders for all the girls and scarves for all the girls. Now I just have to sit and wait for Baby #2 to arrive in the next 5 weeks!!

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  85. I'm making playsilks & name stuffies for the neighbor girls, fabric box +embroidered towels for a work gift exchange & something tbd for the neighbors!

    loreew at pacbell dot net

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  86. i am making a quilt for my cousin and my e-mail is bruzzinie@net.elmhurst.edu

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  87. I'm working two throws (from the 3-2-1 quilt tutorial at sewmamasew), several wristlets and hostess towels. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. I etched Marilyn onto some glasses for my sister this year. They are so sweet. I love them.

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  89. Making toys for babies and children in the family is keeping me very busy. Everything else is done, hurrah. Lovely bag.

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  90. I'm making socks! For Mom and Dad.

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  91. pretty bag & fabric! I'm making wool felt candle matts

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  92. Pretty bag, great giveaway - thanks! I am making 5 purses, 4 sewing mats, 3 stuffed puppies, 3 little girl's skirts and a quilt -whew!

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  93. Beautiful bag and great FQ....

    I am making pillowcases!!!

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  94. Cute bag!

    I'm making an apron and stockings and skirts for my daughter.

    Thanks!

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  95. Oooo, such nice products for a giveaway! Love the bag. I am making some fabric bird ornaments this year. Time consuming, yes, but worth it!

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  96. Thank you for this giveaway :)

    I am currently making my mom an appliqued/quilted pillow for Christmas.

    Love,
    Jodi

    jrenshaw@hotmail.com

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  97. What a pretty bag, thanks for the chance to enter.

    I'm making coffee cozies and tote bags for my family this year.

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  98. cute bag and fabric! I'm making my mom an apron, my sister a quilt and my SIL an advent calendar!

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  99. I am busily sewing quilts for all the kids in the family. Having a cute bag to carry the new needlepoint project I started would be great. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  100. I made a advent calendar with a forest theme. Lovely bag! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  101. The bad is beautiful! I made holiday table runners for all the family and I need to get them in the mail this week!

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  102. This year I'm making baby doll quilts for two little girls in my life - they are so cute, I can't wait to give them!

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  103. The bag is wonderful. This year I am making Aromatherapy Rice Bags for family and friends. The count is up to 18 with a total of 26. Guess I'd better get busy! Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

    Cheryl
    newfarmchick07(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  104. Lovely bag. This year I'm making totes and softies.

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  105. i'm making 4 quilts! one for each kiddo!

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  106. Beautiful bag- I'm making jewelry, earrings for friends.

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  107. The bag is beautiful -- I'm making lots of bookmarks this year (tutorial on my blog)!

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  108. I am making scarves.

    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. I am also doing a giveaway. I have two blogs, www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com and www.artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com

    My 9 year old daughter is having a giveaway on her sewing blog as well, www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

    Hope you'll stop by and have a look around and enter our giveaways.

    Have a blessed day.

    Trudy

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  109. I am making 20 stuffed penguins out of my father's shirts. He passed away last October and was known for wearing flannel shirts EVERYWHERE.

    Why a penguin, you ask? For years I was always facinated by my dad's story that he ate a penguin while stationed in the Antartic on a Navy Base. Yes, a penguin. I guess you'd do the same if you were with a bunch of bored men stuck on a giant ice tundra. Anyway, it always makes me smile.

    The best part? The shirts still smell like dad :) I can't wait to give these to my family members this year :)

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  110. I'm trying to finish two knit scarves, PJ pants for my boys and hubby, matching t-shirts for the boys, and fabric dolls for my son and a friend's daughter.

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  111. Knit headband and felt playhouse for my daughter.

    wrongtree09@gmail.com

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  112. I'm unemployed, so I'm making EVERYTHING from my stash in hopes of saving money. This means I'm breaking my "I only knit for other knitters" rule and making hats for quite a few people.

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

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  113. Great bag!
    I'm making jammies, dresses for my daughter, new jeans and a t-shirt for my 1 year old, doll clothes for my daughter and goddaughter and fabric totes to use as "wrapping paper."

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  114. I love that bag! the fabric is sweet too. I am making crayon wallets and fringey fleece scarves, plus lots of baked goodies, hot sauce, and pepper jelly for gifts.

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  115. Cute bag! I'm making a lunch bag and reusable sandwich bags for my sister this year.

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  116. Thanks for contest! The handbag is super cutie!

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  117. I'm making a family cookbook, tie appliqued onesie, baby headbands, bookplates, bookmarks, return address labels, pumpkin butter and cookies for gifts.

    shannon.mangerchine(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. This year I am making apple butter and strawberry jam for my family. Thanks for doing a giveaway! sales4mp@gmail.com

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  119. I am making 7 superhero capes, a bible cover, a lap quilt, a messenger bag, a couple purses, rice bag foot warmers, and an apron.

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  120. Beautiful bag. Thanks for participating the the giveaway. I'm helping my daughter make boxer sleeping shorts for her friends.

    Linda
    RLGF3@att.net

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  121. I am making some coffee cozies....a couple bags....lots of ornaments....and lots more cookies for christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

    kikisdeals@hotmail.com

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  122. This year is a handmade holiday for us. I am making stuffed animals for my girls from recycled felted wool sweaters. I am also making my daughter cloth diapers for her baby dolls and a princess tutu for dress up and the list goes on. I get so excited to see someone open something special that I have made for them!

    The bag is beautiful - thanks for the opportunity!!

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  123. I am making aprons & matching chef hats for my nieces and nephews. Bible covers, key fobs and a few more goodies.

    I love the bag~I haven't tried a bag yet. I guess I'm a little intimidated by it.

    tlb3405(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  124. Hi, there! I'm knitting a hat. FInished knitting a scarf and lamb. Need to sew up some aprons!

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  125. i wish i was making something this year... but i don't think i'll have time :( but that's only because i'm giving my crafting room a complete remodel! super excited!! but i wish i could make a new tree skirt for our tree. ours is so blah.
    thanks for being generous with this giveaway!
    yawkar618 at yahoo dot com or sandandstarfish.com

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  126. I am making a reversible hostess apron, matching oven mitt, placemats and coasters. Love your bag!!!

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  127. I am making an apron & some coasters & a few beanies! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  128. I'm making a few quilts for Christmas gifts this year...I just hope I can get them finished in time!
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  129. what a great bag! Love the colors. This holiday I am making some knitting bags, placemats, napkins, stockings, aprons... that might be all, I think. Love your blog!

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  130. for gifts this year I am making four quilts and a table runner, then a heaping mound of shortbread cookies for the office. and some funky fish pot holders if I still have time.

    Beautiful vibrant colors on that bag!

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  131. I am making a little christmas ornaments out of toddler mittens that I found at Targer dollar bin. We'll see how they turn out :)
    Contact at LAupperlee@sheppardpratt.org

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  132. Hi! That bag is lovely. I'm having a giveaway too. Come see. Anyway, I'm making my kids robes with minky on the inside and flannel on the outside. Lots of other stuff too. My blog is melissaslilaclane.blogspot.com

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  133. I would like to make gifts for my co-workers, but I don't have time with two little ones....Thanks for the chance to win

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  134. I'm hoping to make a couple of bags for my son's cars and trains. And if I have any time left over...(how many days until Christmas??) I want to make both of my boys comforters. Those might just have to be Valentine's Day presents.
    Thanks for the chance to win, the bag and fabric are both lovely!
    coleslaw1017(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. I just combined a couple tutorials to make some rice heat bags and I want to make some of those up for some gifts.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Jenny~

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  136. That bag is so pretty. I'm making a couple things from some tutorials I found online, but can't say in case the people they are for come along and see my comment here. :)

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  137. The bag is so pretty. My daughter is making finger knitting scarves she just learned to make. I'm knitting some arms warmer, socks and hats. Thanks for sharing. Will cross my fingers.
    (markymarcela (at) hotmail(dot) com)

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  138. I am making tooth fairy pillows for two beautiful twin girls.

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  139. Ooooooh purple is my color and that bag is so pretty! This Christmas I am knitting soft cozy things for several of the women in my life; chunky slouchy hat for a young rocker, matching beret and mitts for a gorgeous young mom, hat and mitts for her daughter, infinity scarf for my mom and my grandma.... let's see if I can finish it all! :)

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  140. I've made ornaments for each of my grand-children.
    I love t he look of this bag! Purple's my color!
    Have a Merry Christmas!

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  141. I am making table runners and candles mats as gifts from my christmas swap blocks
    Thank you for the opporunity to win. Happy holidays

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  142. I am finishing up 2 quilts for my mother-in-law and my 93 year old grandma. Thanks.
    Julie - jaaverill@aol.com

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  143. Great giveaway! I would have loved to make an advent calendar to start a family tradition for my one year old. I figure if I start early next year, he'll never know the difference.

    redheadharper at gmail dot com

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  144. I'm making some hostess gifts like crayon rolls for the kids, tissue cover for the mommas, still trying to decide what to give the guys. Maybe cookies.

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  145. I'm knitting a lace scarf, a couple neck-warmers, a hat and some felted bowls!

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  146. I am making two quilts one for my mom and the other for my mom in law both will have the kids handprints stippled into it!! thanks for the chance!!

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  147. Thanks for stopping by my giveaway...and I love your blog name, it makes me laugh. :) The only thing I've made, if you can even say that, are 2 whole cloth quilts for friends that I sent out for quilting - I guess I need to make & attach binding. Otherwise, moving and home improvement drama will keep me away from my machine this holiday season :(

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  148. we are working on ornaments of all kinds, and if we don't quit finding great ideas we'll never finish :)

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  149. Cute bag! I am knitting mitts this year, lots and lots of mitts!

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  150. I'm making homemade vanilla extract! Easy and cheap!

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  151. I am making a winter coat for my husband.

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  152. we are going to make some wreaths - and depending on how they turn out they may be used as gifts :) thanks for the giveaway!

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  153. I'm making pieced snowman potholders for work friends!

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  154. I am making two quilts, three quiet books, an apron, a tutu, a pincushion, a doll quilt, and perhaps some doll clothes. I think I forgot something. That's bad. Anyway, this bag is absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  155. I'm making a tutu for my daughter and several crayon wallets for her friends.

    Love your bag!

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  156. thanks for hosting the giveaway! i'm making scarves for christmas presents this year, since i just learnt how to knit

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  157. What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win:) I'm making a bunch of stuff from Christmas this year, but my favorite are Star-Crossed berets for my nieces!

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  158. Aprons, aprons, and more aprons. I'm making one for each of the little girls in my life (we have a large extended family). It's so fun to create each one! Thanks for offering the super-sweet bag!

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  159. I'm struggling to overcome a scratched cornea, eyeball and eyelid so Christmas stuff is on the back burner right now.
    Fleece throws and cotton quilts if I heal in time.

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  160. i lots of grand ideas. i've made a few fabric cubes for some babies. i want to make some felt toys for my little guy and a holiday tshirt. i just need more sewing hrs in the day.
    (email in profile)

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  161. I am making a few adorable mini pin cushions for a some friends!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  162. I am making mason jar cookies from my friends to make cookies after christmas
    Megan

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  163. I'm hoping to finish two quilts. Thanks for entering me in your Giveaway Day!

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  164. What a beautiful bag! This Christmas I am making ruffly scarves, wrist cuffs, potholders and flannel raggy blankets. I have A LOT to do! Thank you for this opportunity! :-)

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  165. I'm making several purses, a bedpocket, several crochet scarves, aprons, kitchen towels and etc. I love the bag by the way!

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  166. Working on some softies and baby gifts this year.
    Hopefully some monster softies if the recipients have their way :)

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  167. I am attempting to make lots of gifts this year. So far, I have knit hats for my mom and two of my brothers...and I have one that I knit that will probably go to a nice. I made a felted purse for my best friend. I also plan to make some of those little tissue covers for the travel tissues...oh and some little pouch bags for the neighbor girls! Lots to do still!

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  168. i love making jewelry for gifts - every girl loves jewelry!
    your bag is so cute!
    thanks for the chance to win!
    lora
    eagerhands@gmail
    ps-check out my blog for a vintage goodie basket giveaway!

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  169. This year I am making a few jersy scarves, a thread catcher and some stencil painted hoodies.... I have a lot of work left to do...

    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway... it is truly beautiful!

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  170. I have loved browsing through your blog. You are so talented. I have found lots of ideas I can't wait to try out. I especially love the block party quilt, the colors, the backing, everything!
    This year I am making three quilts. One for hubby and the others for my boys, 17 months and 3 months.
    The bag is gorgeous, I love the fabric you used, and everything about it.

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  171. Making scrabble tile necklaces. Cute bag. ashleymhc at gmail dot com

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  172. What a cute bag and in my favorite color! The fabric is great too. This Christmas I am making checkerboards for the boys, hopscotch mats for the girls, felt foods for the younger kids, shoe bags, bookmarks, coasters, aprons and fancy gloves for various adults.

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  173. I am making decorative scarves for the ladies on my list this year.

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  174. I'm not crafty enough to make anything, really. Last year, though, I drew a picture for every single person in my family.

    Rcohen777@gmail.com

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  175. I am making an embroidered snowman pillow.

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  176. i just finished making my girls felt crowns and wands and am starting their rag dolls today ( I know, I lag) Thanks for the chance! daphnewillow@gmail.com

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  177. Cute! I am making a Kindle cover. Thanks for the chance to win! lynnosborne[at]verizon[dot]net

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  178. great bag! you're so talented - would love to win!

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  179. I am crocheting quite a few gifts this year for family. Its easy and fast and can be done while playing with the kids!

    http://crissybell.blogspot.com

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  180. I am making a purse organizer for my daughter! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  181. What a great give Away. Thanks for the chance to win.

    I'm making pot holders and kitchen towels!

    If you have time stop by my blog for a mystery Christmas apron give away :)

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  182. I'm making a quilt for my Grammy. Plus some crocheted washcloths for my mom!

    Thanks for a great giveaway. I love that fabric!

    ferilyn at yahoo dot com

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  183. I would like to make some rice warmers!
    thanks for the giveaway!
    shou.milk@gmail.com

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  184. I'm making a stocking for my one year old, and hopefully some soft balls for her as well. Hopefully...(wow, Christmas is coming up quickly!)

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  185. I have homemade triple-milled soap curing in the cupboard as I type! I'm also making some granola and hot chocolate mix. So fun! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  186. I'm making lots of toys and aprons. :)

    http://thelifeofthegirlnextdoor.blogspot.com/

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  187. I made a quilt for each of our two daughters, the girls and I made Ceramic trees for their grandmother and uncle and I quilted 6 lap robes for my charity groups donation to a nursing home as well as knitting 17 throws for them.

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  188. Gorgeous bag, thanks for the giveaway!

    I'm working on a quilt, but we'll see if I get it finished before Christmas!

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  189. Hi there, thanks for participating. To help with your flash wash-out, back up as far as you can from the subject, then zoom in with your lens. This will help balance out the intensity of the flash. This year, my first doing crafts, I'm making quilts, therapy bags, towels and shopping bags. Not enough time to finish!

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  190. I'm making almost all of our Christmas gifts this year! I'm making a tshirt quilt for my sister, embroidering pillows for my mom and MIL, and sewing some fun toys for my baby and our friends. Thanks for posting! I love the bag and the fabric.

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  191. we are making a little bit of everything, but lots of stuff out of felted wool sweaters. Like slippers and ornaments.

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  192. I'm making purses for all the women in my family--only one more to go!

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