handmade holidays: a giveaway

Along with two of my fab sponsors, Pinked Fabrics and Gingercake Patterns; I've put together a little giveaway to help out one lucky winner in handmaking some of their gifts this year. Christmas is right around the corner so time is running out. I'm hoping to make a couple of new outfits for my little one. Fingers crossed!


On to the good stuff. . . one winner will receive the following items:


     Gingercake Patterns
Your choice of any {3} pdf sewing patterns from Gingercake Patterns
Seriously cute patterns here, people. I've made several and I've always loved the end result!



    Pinked Fabrics
$20 store credit to Pinked Fabrics  {store credit does not include international shipping!}
You'll find tons of great fabrics to choose from as well as cool sewing patterns and trims like the chevron twill tape pictured below. 



   {lbg studio}
A copy of my Convertible Clutch pdf sewing pattern. 
{psst. . . a new pattern is in the works. It will be making an appearance early next year!}


Also, my pattern is on sale this week!! Pick it up for $6.50. . . sale ends Saturday, November 26th. The pattern is available via instant download here or in my Etsy shop.







Giveaway details:    Closed! I will announce the winner in the morning :)

  • Please leave one comment on this post sharing what you plan on sewing/making to give as gifts this year!
  • Make sure to include a way to get in touch with you in case you are the winner. If I can't easily track you down, I'll have to choose another winner. 
  • Giveaway is open until Saturday, November 26th at 10 pm cst and is open to anyone.   *please keep in mind that the $20 store credit to Pinked Fabrics does not cover international shipping
  • Winner will be chosen randomly via random.org 

Also. . .Keyka Lou PatternsModern Fabric Studio, and Noodlehead are having great sales this week. Make sure to check those out if you're shopping for fabric/patterns!!!



I wish everyone celebrating this week a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving holiday :)





173 comments

  1. I bought a bunch of fab fabrics today that will be good for making ornaments, PJs, toys and what I deffinitely will make is a car cozy for my son.

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  2. I'm planning on making some quilted coffee cozies and paperback book covers this year along with a few totes :)

    thanks so much for the giveaway! if for some reason you don't see my email, you can contact me at threadedmess.com

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  3. I don't have a plan, yet....but I feel one developing...

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  4. This year I'm making coloring/drawing cases for each of my nieces and nephews. Each will hold a coloring pad and 24 crayons and can be closed up to easily take on trips in the car, to the doctor's office, etc.

    Thanks for the chance to win! :o)

    mitchetr192(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. I am getting my 4 year old a bitty baby and I hope to make her outfits to put on her...using up scrap fabric of course!!

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  6. For gifts I´ll make cosmetic pouch, pencil case and softies.

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  7. I'm planning on making a few more dresses for my baby girl and maybe some softies. I'm thinking some jammies for sisters, and maybe a bag!
    christy at nsw1 dot com

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  8. I'm making table runners for my sisters and I've just purchased Noodlehead's 241 tote!

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  9. I found an ooold pattern for oodles of Christmas ornaments, so I'm planning on stitching up a few to attach to gifts.
    sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

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  10. I've made two of these for teachers: http://bloomandblossom.blogspot.com/2009/02/journal-cover-tutorial.html, I'm making three of these: http://littlebiggirlstudio.blogspot.com/2011/10/12-days-of-christmas-blog-hop-organizer.html, and one of these http://www.craftpassion.com/2010/04/sewing-tutorial-turtle-pincushion-with-pattern.html, plus pajamas, tote bags, a card table play house, coin purses, etc., etc., etc...

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  11. I am planning to make a few aprons as gifts this year!

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  12. I am making some journal covers!

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  13. I'm making a quiet book for my 1 yr old niece, bucket hats and pillows for my teenage nieces, plus crayon rolls, hot/cold packs and potholders for various others. So much to do!!

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  14. Oh, I would LOVE to win! That art caddy is adorable and my kids would definitely use something like that to carry all their goodies to church! =)

    I am hoping to get a couple runners made in the next week...I wish I had more of me, I wanted to make some other things, but I likely won't get around to it.

    Thank you for a lovely giveaway. I'm set up to receive replies on blogger. =) Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  15. What a great giveaway!

    I'm making a loose, open-front cardigan for my mom using a Jalie pattern, a pair of reversible super-soft pajama pants for my dad, and a recycled wool sweater blanket for my little brother. Oh, and handmade stationary for my grandmother. I haven't gotten any farther than that yet!

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  16. So far, the only gifts I have planned to make this year are aprons for my mom and sister. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. I'm currently sewing like a demon making lots of rag dolls for my daughter's school. I really hope to keep up the momentum and sew a doll (plus a whole wardrobe) and a couple of playsets for my son. So I'd love to win your fantastic prize!
    BooToo10 at googlemail.com

    thanks
    Sue

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  18. For gifts this year, I don't know yet... help :) One of my boys wants a barbie, so maybe a few clothes for her :)

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  19. I have already made one christmas quilt and i'm hoping to finish another scrappy one for the holidays!

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  20. i would start with the practical, the hobo lunch sack and art tote, but would secretly be wanting to make a pack of elephants. OMG those are C.U.T.E.!!!

    susantorrey1@gmail.com

    thanks for having the giveaway.

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  21. I'm working on a quilt for my daughter and hope to make gathered clutches for my mom and sister :)

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  22. I am making an quilt with embroided birds on it for my grandmother. She loved to sew, although her arthritis is too bad now, but she still loves handmade anything! cdfraley85 (@) hotmail (dot) com

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  23. I'm making a quilt for one sister, backpacks for a niece and nephew, and I haven't decided what to make for the other two nieces yet. THANKS for the chance at those generous prizes!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. Mason jar gifts this year for me!

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  25. I am making matching pj's for my family. Plus a kindle cover for my mom's new kindle, top-down/bottom-up roman shades for my sister, and spats for my other sister. and a few toy type stuff for my kids.
    alyssa_J_S (at) hotmail.com

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  26. What a great giveaway -- who couldn't use a little help with Christmas gifts??

    I'm making my sister a bag for her tablet and a hat (amongst other things) for each of my nieces. I don't even want to get started on what all I've already made for my inlaws!

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  27. I've made pajama bottoms for my kids, and have been working on embroidery samplers for my mom and sister. I've got lots more to go...!!!

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  28. My goal is to make some pouches as gifts. What a great giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  29. I am making some make-up bags for my sisters and I made a doll for my daughter!

    Therese
    ceceandmedesigns@gmail.com

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  30. I am wolkig on some pouches & small bags! I would love to get one of these nice giveaways! (flaviasa (at) web (dot) de)

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  31. I'm planning on making some doll clothes, a baby carrier, and pjs for this Christmas! We'll see if I can get it all done:) liz_froemming at hotmail dot com

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  32. My list for Christmas sewing is long this year and includes placemats, cloth napkins, skirts, hair accessories, and even a quilt. We will see how far I get. :)

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  33. I'm busily trying to knit hats for all of my boys/nieces/nephews!! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  34. i have a lot... doll clothes, toddler backpack, dish cloths, more i cant think of i'm sure! monkeyshinersbaby at yahoo

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  35. I have a list too big to complete!
    1 quilt is done, another is a top & one more is not started at all. I also have 3 pillows on the list & 2 sewing wallets. Yikes.
    Looks like Mom's quilt takes the back seat again!

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  36. I'm going to be sewing a John Deere neck tie for my nephew and applique shirts for my niece and younger nephew :o)

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  37. I'm planning on potholders and maybe a mini quilt or two.
    maryjowyse (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  38. I'm making Advent Calendars for my friends. I'm also making mug rugs for my kids teachers. I think if I had the pattern for that Art Tote I'd have to make a couple of those too!

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  39. I am thinking of making cosmetic bags for my girls and a light-weight laundry bag for my mother-in-law who travels a lot.

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  40. Great giveaway! Love those patterns!
    I been making zipper pouches for all my nieces! 8 to be exact.. plus filling them with goodies!
    making home made toys for grand daughter too.OH I would make some of the Convertible clutches if I won too!
    suezneal at gmail

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  41. Last year I was so good at making Christmas presents. This year I'm behind and I think lacking inspiration. Those Gingercake patterns would certainly help! :-)

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  42. I am making 3 bags, couple mug rugs, chair cover and going to try your tutorial of the 12 gifts of christmas for inside two of the bags I am making. Great giveaway thanks!

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  43. I'm actually planning on making one of your convertible clutches for my sister-in-law, a quilt for my mother in law, and a thread bag/pincushion combo for my mom.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  44. I made Christmas placemats for my in-laws. My mom is getting a quilt - I'm working on the quilting now so I should be in good shape! Teachers and some other family members are getting Noodlehead's makeup pouch with some homemade goodies in them!

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  45. I am making dish cloths & aprons for my friends, wallets for my boys, a backpack and skirt and dress for my daughter, bag for my mother in law, and drawing tote for my dad! whew...hopefully i'll get it all done:)

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  46. I'm sewing some clothes for my girls this year! I'd love to do more, but have to be realistic!

    mattvaleiler at gmail dot com

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  47. i have to admit, my christmas to make list is a little obscene... as in unrealistic. i will get it done though... i'm making quilts (3), bags (4), backpacks (3), and a whole bunch of other stuff...

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  48. I am appliqueing some aprons for some kids we know as gifts. We are having them over to bake and decorate cookies and they will keep to have their aprons too!

    sunshinekmp at yahoo dot com

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  49. i am using your tutorial to make camera straps I made four of them already today!

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  50. planning on making placemats for my mom... so far 2 out of 8 are pieced, so hopefully they will be done sometime soon!

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  51. Oh I have some big plans for sewing pressies - a bird mobile for granny (1 bird down, 5 to go), 4 cushions for my gran, and a big redwork embroidery hanging for my dad. I'm fine about the relatively minimal time the birds and cushions will take, the embroidery is starting to scare the bejayzus out of me!

    Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  52. I'm planning on making apron for my mom, and notebook cover for my sister! We'll see how far I get, :D
    Thanks for the chance to get those awesome giveaway! :)
    anitadwiindriyani(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. I'm aleady mostly done with my major present project....I am making my best friend a quilt for her brand new home :)

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!

    Andrea - prajaline [at] gmail.com

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  54. I am planning on making a few blankets, tote bags, pillows and maybe some zippered pouches.

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  55. Hmmm....is this things we would LIKE to make or things we'll actually get around to making? ;-) I'd love to make blankets for my girls, some sweet tunics for my nieces and purses for my sisters-in-law. Now if any of that will actually happen.......

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  56. That art caddy tote looks awesome! Thanks for the fun giveaway. I made a cute quilted wallet and decided to make a couple for Christmas gifts. I want to make a couple tote bags too.

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  57. I'm making ipad sleeves as gifts

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  58. It's going to be my first time crafting for Christmas, so the plan is a bunch of pouches.

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  59. I am planning on making some stuffed toys, tissue holders, and many more things for gifts! Contact info is combat_12@hotmail.com

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  60. I'm making a sketchbook cover and some fabric baskets. Probably some ornaments and maybe some scarves. Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  61. I'm making a duffel bag for my sister.

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  62. All gifts this year are handmade, so much fun!!! I will be making a couple of dolls, a laptop case, a table runner, a boys tool belt, a couple of skirts and a couple little bags for toys:)

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  63. I want to make some doll clothes for my gils and a bag for my sister.

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  64. We have "our" Christmas a bit early so I've been working hard. I've made a couple of pillow protectors (I love the new way with zippers that have the tabs on the ends!) and pillowcases with ruffles and embroidery for 2 of the grandkids. Also, embroidered a purse in-the-hoop for the 11 year old. I also embroidered a monogram on the 3 year old's new sweater. I still have time for a project or two!!

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  65. I'm making my husband's grandmother a new tree skirt. Hope to have it done in the next week so she can use it this year :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  66. I am planning on making PJ pants for my four children and then for my Aunts and cousins a stationary portfolio. I love this time of year. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  67. I'm planning on making a memory quilt, pot holders, quilt ornaments, etc. for Christmas gifts :)

    homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  68. fun giveaway! i'm making tablerunners, quilts for the kids, and "in color order's" drawstring pouches to hold teacher gifts. lots to do!

    bess :)

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  69. i dont know... i usually get then fabric and then decide...unless there is something ii particularly want to make. not sure if my sewing skills are up to gifts yet! :D

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  70. What a nice giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win! I plan to make my girls some matching dresses and nightgowns for them and their American Girl dolls.
    twins-squared (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  71. Thank you for the wonderful give-away! I am working on skirts for my grand daughters, bunting with their names on it to match the baby quilts for our twin grandbabies born in July, Christmas pillow cases for all six grand children, several pouches and clutches for friends for starters! Love your clutch pattern too!

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  72. WOW!!! That's a fabulous give-away! Thanks for the chance to win. Hopefully I'll be making: 2 x sets clothes, patchwork cushion, a couple of bags, tissue pouches and now that I've seen your colouring tote, I'm hoping to make that too.

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  73. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm picking up a family tradition and will be making lots of homemade candies to give for the holidays. And if I'm really lucky, I'll also make my daughter a new nightgown!

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  74. Thanks for a chance to win this amazing giveaway!

    This year I was planning on quilts for all of the kids, but have run out of time. I am going to have to resort to smaller/less time consuming gifts.

    (Email address in my profile)

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  75. I'm making bags & pillows & if I have time, I have a quilt I'd like to finish but it's looking like I'm being a little ambitious. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  76. I'm making a pillow cover, a purse, a key cover for my swap partner. Then I am thinking about making camera strap cover for my sewing friends, some pouches for my colleagues and relatives. :)

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  77. My planning stage happened ages ago ......I have been sewing for xmas for the last 4-5 months. I have made aprons, lunch sacks, embellished teatowels, pj's, handbags and simple pouches to hold other things. But, I do plan to keep going with my homemade gift giving. Its so much more rewarding than shopping.

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  78. I'm making a lap quilt and, if i have time, a wall hanging for my lovely mum.

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  79. So far I have two scarves cut out and a quilt cut out. Hope I have the energy to finish those and more! WOuld be GREAT to win this, thanks!

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  80. I've been making some gingerbread men plushies and snowmen plushies to give as gifts to the little ones in my family. I would love to win. Thanks.
    nancyratte@yahoo.com

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  81. Oh this year has been baby year so I made a ton of baby quilts. I am also making a set of place mats and baby sleeping bag. So much to do- so little time.

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  82. I am making a bunch of the quilted look Christmas ornaments - beautiful and fun to make.

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  83. I'm making table runners and baby quilts. I would love to make those owls and notebook cover! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. I made several pair of fleece socks and knitted a cute hat with earflaps. I want to try making Amy's sewing kit tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. I've already made a couple of little clutches, and am going to make an apron, perhaps a lunch bag and a few other things. Thanks!

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  86. thank's for that great giveaway!

    my plan is to make christmas wreath. cross finger i'll have time! 3 to make!!!

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  87. Amazing giveaway!
    I'm planing to sew aprons and tabletops for women in my family, and also some fabric toys for my little brother and other babies :)

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  88. I plan to make some ruffled scarfs from V and C new tutorial, a ballet bag for my daughter and some softies for my son. Hopefully will have time for some other things too! Thanks!!

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  89. I have made a table runner, 2 quilts and a high chair cover so far and I still need to make a stocking!!

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  90. I plan on making a few totes, a kindle case, a stuffed elephant, an infinity scarf, some maxi dresses, padded coffee cozies, funky keychains and maybe some ear warmers! I have a busy few weeks ahead :).
    shannel.crane@gmail.com!

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  91. I am making a notebook cover for 1 person, a zip purse for another and chap stick holders for my daughter's girlfrieds. Thank you sponsors!

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  92. I'm already well into the process of making my gifts for this year. I'll be making two quilts, 5 sewing kits, one apron, two table runners, two wallets, an ipad case, a purse using your convertible clutch pattern, and various ornaments for the family

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  93. Thanks for the givaway! I am sewing play horses from lightbluegrey.blogspot for my daughter and nieces. I want to make a travel bag for my sister-in-laws' slow cooker.

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  94. Thanks for the giveaway! I am sewing up some oven mitts to giveaway with a fundraiser cookbook. I love giving/receiving handmade items!

    randitanakaya@gmail.com

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  95. This year, I'm making some quilts, coin purses, and bags for presents. I've already got a couple done, whew!

    Thanks for the fantastic giveaway! :)

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  96. I'll be making some potholders and oven mitts for some friends moving into a new house!
    arbendlin(at)gmail.com

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  97. Making some pillowcases, an advent calendar, flannel pj pants, oil cloth tote, ruffled fabric tote, some zipped pouches & some ornaments - maybe some scarves too :) I've gotten a good start by already finishing the first 3 items :)

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  98. I would love to make that art caddy for my four year old...and as christmas gifts for my nieces and nephews : )

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  99. I am hoping to my make some ditty bags for family and a needle book for a sewing friend, an iPad cover for my daughter, ...

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  100. Minky blankets.

    cami (at) mcelhinny (org)

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  101. I've got some quilts to finish, as well as some potholders and other small items.

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  102. This year I seem to be making a lot of smaller items such as coffee cup holders, little zip coin pouches, and potholders for my mom. But I'm also going to make myself a new quilt as a present to myself for Christmas :)

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  103. I had actually decided not to make any gifts this year, but seeing all those cute patterns I think I might change my mind!

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  104. I have had a blast this year making 'stuff'. I retired and have time to dedicate to the fun stuff. Have made an ABC mat and quiet books for grandsons. Also quiet mazes and I Spy bags for kiddos at church. You can reach me at bdittoathotmaildotcom.

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  105. scarves for the girls, and ties for the boys. shelbywellard at hotmail dot com

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  106. i want to join this too..
    i plan to make bag to my son, nieces and nephew..i've just learnt on how to sew and plan to try on ur pattern :)

    irra_nur82@yahoo.com
    http://sewing-paradise.blogspot.com/

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  107. Wow! Thanks for the great giveaway! I'm planing on making reusable coffee cup sleeves, kindle/nook covers, and a few totes. The holidays are another great reason to sew :)

    -Heather

    herdt19@aol.com

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  108. I have a couple of throw pillows for mom's camper, a stocking and mug rug for my sisters boyfriend, a couple of Margo bags for mom and sis, and whatever else I can think of.

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  109. I'm eyebrow deep in Quillows for all my little nieces and nephews!

    Sooo much fun :)

    Have a great Thanksgiving! Much love!

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  110. I'm working on Gingercake's Lola Owl bag for a gift for my niece right now, and it's so cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I am making clutch bags.....and filling them with fun surprises!!! Happy Holidays to YOU and thanks for the chance to win such a great prize!!!

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  112. I'm making big travel duffles for my daughters - a great way to use of some of my stash and clear out the sewing room :) Love your blog, I'm a new follower!

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  113. I'm actually planning on making a few of your organizer wallets. I just need to get my elastic dyed and I can start!

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  114. I'm making gifts for several expectant mothers.

    Those patterns are great!

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  115. I'm stitching up a flannel quilt for my oldest and my youngest wants me to sewup a bear from skeleton head flannel. I'll surprise him too.
    I'm new to your blog and so far i love it!
    Thank you for the chance.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Carolyn

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  116. What a lovely giveaway! I have been meaning for two years to make a quilt for my in-laws, and maybe this year I will finally do it.
    Apologies if this is a repost--I got an error message the first time.

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  117. I just finished a twin sized bed quilt made of Care Bears fabrics for our 3 year old granddaughter, along with a matching pillowcase! I am also using orphan quilt blocks to make potholders to give everyone in the family. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Linda
    http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/

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  118. i'll be making some paper garlands, patchwork potholders, pincushions, and little zipper pouches.
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. This year I'm making a quilt for a new niece, covered journals for my daughter, a fabric castle playhouse for my seven year old, some placemats for my Dad's new wife, and several crocheted washcloths for everyone.

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  120. I am making some pincushions, a notebook cover and various covers for cameras and phones for family and friends.

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  121. I've finished one felted wool snowman and am in the midst of a second, have made many felted wool stocking ornaments for friends, and plan to make animal masks and hopefully an art tote for my son. Oh, and some shopping bags for teacher gifts, some gift bags to give them all in. The list is long, so it'll be interesting to see what time allows!

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  122. I plan on making lots of bags this Christmas! This is such a great giveaway! Thanks!!

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  123. I've gotten a few table runners made, some mini-wall hanging type blocks, and a whole bunch of scarves! Thanks so much!

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  124. One month to Christmas.. and I am already panicking...;O)) Have tons of plans for my friends... wallhangings, sewing kits..Santas... and ohh. I just designed some stitchery for my friends for a christmas mystery.. so Im going to have lots of fun..:O))) Do you think I started to late...hmmm. ..lol...
    Thanks for all the links and hosting this giveaway!!

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  125. I'm making crayon wallets for all my little nieces and nephews, a tutu for my daughter, and a doll size quilt for my son's Curious George:)

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  126. I'm making bibs for my neices and nephew.

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  127. I've got big plans...stockings, tablet covers, zippy pouches...we'll see how many of those I actually get done! :)

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  128. I am making/have made: camera bag, ties for the grands, table topper, and two quilts.

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  129. I'm making quilts and snack bags, and some baby gifts!

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  130. I'm making pj pants for my grown up sons. They like a pair of my knitted mitts as well. I better get sewing. Love your owl, a favorite of mine. Thanks.

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  131. Generous giveaway - thanks! I am planning on making an iPad case, and an something for my daughter's art supplies. The Art Caddy pattern looks perfect!!

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  132. Awesome giveaway, I'm planning on doing some clutch purses with purse frames for a few friends. rebeccabarrett35@gmail.com.au

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  133. I'm making lots of little ornaments for my children's teachers and pincushions, needlebooks and little sewing kits for my sewing friends :)

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  134. I will be finishing a few more mugrugs, and quilting my daughters quilt (already in progess), and making my son's quilt.

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  135. I plan on making several of those little lined drawstring bags. The tutorial can be found at In Color Order ... http://incolororder.blogspot.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.html.

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  136. Thank you so much for the chance to win. I love the art caddy and your clutch purse is really cute. So far this year I've been making aprons for my little granddaughters. I plan on lots more, but time will tell.

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  137. wow, this is a generous give away! After I've finished procrastinating on the internet I'm off to sew 10 of your wallet organisers as teacher gifts (lots of kids and lots of teachers!), I think they'll love them!

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  138. I love the art caddy! And your purse/clutch is so cute. I love bags! Thanks!
    kschmoller@gmail.com

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  139. I really like the clutch. I have a ton of plans but doubt much of it will get done. There are pj's and coin purses, a snap bag, folding totes for grocery shopping, a Bob Marly quilt, a classic truck quillow...the list goes on and on.

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  140. im making keyka lou owl pouches for the neighbor girls, Christmas bunting for cross country friends, and a tumbler quilt for my Dad! luckily i have each project started already!!

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  141. Such a great giveaway! I am hoping that I am lucky enough to win! I am sewing a totebag, a snuggle blanket, and knitting two cowls for Xmas gifts this year. So far I have the yarn and fabrics, but haven't started the hard work yet. YIKES! Better get going ASAP!

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  142. I've already made several sets of placemats and purses to give as gifts. I would love to have some new patterns and fabric to add to my stash! sewvery(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I will make a PJ trouser for my husband and will sew some fruits and veggies for my sons playkitchen

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  144. I'll try and make some keyla loyu clutches, which I simply adore!!!

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  145. my daughter and I are making sugar hand scrubs and journal covers! thanks!

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  146. I'm hoping to make some tablerunners, shopping totes and make-up pouches as gifts. Hopefully I can get it done! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  147. wow, this is an awesome giveaway! I'm planning on making gifts for all the women in my family. So I really hope my sisters dont read this blog! One sister is getting a felt totebag with an owl applique. My other sister is getting a pair of slipper or maybe a clutch (if I win!!). My mom's getting a laptop sleeve for her new computer. My nana is getting fabric organizing trays for her dresser. My mother in law is getting a travel makeup brush case. Can't wait to get started on all these projects!

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  148. I am making 2 quilts, about 15 ornaments, a thread catcher for my secret santa, and hopefully some wine bags for gifts.

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  149. Making lots this year ~ a couple of bags (would be nice to have some new patterns), a few mug rugs, lots of embroidered items and a few knitted things. I got started early, thank goodness and am on my way to being done. Oh, and a little skirt for my niece to go with the sweater I knitted.
    Whew!

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  150. Making lots of pouches, ornaments, art cases.....and as much more as I can get done!

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  151. I'm hoping to make some shopping bags but haven't put too much thought into it yet. I better get crackin' since Christmas is a month away!

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  152. I'm going to make clothes and fabric toys for my new granddaughter, pot holders for my brother and sister, PJs for my youngest daughter, a credit card holder for my oldest daughter, a shirt & sweat pants for my son and, hopefully, a photo/memory quilt for my parents. :)

    Lisa@LisasStitchingPost.com

    http://LisasStitchingPost.com

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  153. I'm making bird pincushions, tons of pajama pants, knitting stuff (hats, scarves, socks, mitts and sweaters), and anything else I can fit in. Oh! And fabric bags to wrap everything in!

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  154. Such a great giveaway! I am making bath robes for all the ladies in my family! I can't wait to see their faces when they open their gifts! Have a great Thanksgiving!
    mogarza@gmail.com

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  155. We draw names for Christmas. One family member will receive an oversized deer-themed lap quilt pieced by us, and professionally long-arm quilted. It is so beautiful!

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  156. Because I just bought a house on my own, I'm hoping to make just about all of my gifts this year!! I'm making a wallet for my 8 year old nephew, doll diapers for my 6 year old niece, a shirt that says "My aunt is single. If you think I'm cute, you should see her!" for my 2 year old niece (everyone says she should have been born to me instead of my sister - she's a mini version of me!), and I haven't figured out my other 3 nephews yet. Pocketbooks for my friends. Lots of sewing to do!

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  157. I have started making hand embroidered photo album covers for my niece and nephew and I am also hoping to have time to make something for my daughter.

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  158. As always, I have lots of DIY plans for this Christmas, first of all Christmas ornaments and same dolls clothing for my kids and my nieces.

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  159. I'm bought some yarns and thought of making some flowery headband for my niece, sister and my son(boy version) :)

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  160. I am ready to make some Christmas gift bags, hope to start today. Would like to make some soft headbands for my Graddaughter (7yrs). I need a pattern.

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  161. This is an awesome giveaway...Thank You!
    I plan on making bibs for the babies, crayon folios for the toddlers, skirts for my nieces, boxers for the older boys, misc coin purses & clutches for older girls and holiday aprons. Whew, I hope I can get some time off my day job to do this!!
    ~Tammy

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  162. i plan to make some scarves (sewn) and handmade earrings for gifts this year!

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  163. I've made a few coffee cup cozies to start. I thought of making a stocking for my niece. And I also wanted to do some nice gift tags to go along with this stuff!

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  164. I have made some toiletry bags for the men in our family as well as looking for a good clutch pattern for my sister's gift.


    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  165. I've made some handmade journals for gifts for my sisters and my daughter. I used some of my own painted and dyed fabrics, so they are all one of a kind. dlprewitt@hotmail.com

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  166. I've got lots of projects planned...and very little time. But no worries. I've made a couple of mug rugs for my colleagues (tutorial here: http://plainjane21.blogspot.com/2011/11/snowman-mug-rug-tutorial.html) and I'll be sewing up Sock Monkey shirts for my friend's little girls (from Angela Yosten's tutorial). As well, I have bought fabric to make a couple of aprons. I'm looking forward to the time I'll spend sewing!

    rachel21mac(at)gmail(dot)com

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  167. I plan on making a quilt and your clutch :)

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  168. I plan on making zippered pouches and kleenex holders for the kids teachers.

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  169. I am making pjs for my nephews and niece. I am making laptop bags for my boys. Blanket for my dad..

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  170. Excellent giveaway! I'm making a kindle cover for my husband right now.

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  171. I'm going to make my hubby a manly apron for when his does the grilling. As much as I like to see him in my girly apron, it's time for him to have one of his own.

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