Monday, May 12, 2014

SewMamaSew Giveaway Day Giveaway #1

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway

(***Edited - I removed the Rafflecopter app since the number of entries was not tracking with the number of comments. I will just pick a number at random (with the help of a trusty assistant or random.org) and count my way to the winner :)***)

Greetings!  It's SewMamaSew Giveaway Week (Can I get a "woot woot!"? - how 'bout just a "woot!"? It is Monday after all)!

Welcome to my blog! If you poke around, you'll notice that there hasn't been a lot of activity here for the last year, as I had a baby and consequently, my sewing space disappeared :) But I'm still an avid fabric and quitl/sewing inspiration collector.

I have been really lucky to win several giveaways in the past (actually, I just one one two weeks ago from Anna's awesome Noodlehead blog) including a couple SMS giveaway day and I wanted to return the favor to all you fabulous fabric-aholics, fabric connoisseurs, fabric aficionados out there.

I've never done a giveaway before (so sorry in advance if I muck it up!). I really use this space as a sewing journal, to document the projects I'm working on and make little notes for myself, in case I revisit a pattern or idea. And as I mentioned, there's not a lot of activity on here at the moment - though I hope to change that when we move to our new place in August!

Please enter by May 16, 2014 at 10pm CST. Just a comment will do ya - Tell me a project that you are really proud of or that is a favorite that you've made. Share a link if you've got one. C'mon - toot your own horn and we can all share in a Mutual Admiration Society! My apologies, but this is open to US addresses only.

On to the fabric!

I hate to call these "scraps" because I don't want to give the impression that they are schnibbles or snippets. These are legit pieces of fabric! They just aren't full, proper "cuts." So, they are scraps in that sense and because I've used them in a couple projects.

Like this one:
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Or this one:
Patchwork Chevron blocks in progress

Both are still UFOs.  The incomplete zig zag above is a Moda Bake Shop pattern. I have all the blocks done and packed away somewhere. They just didn't all fit on my design wall (which is a flannel-backed vinyl table cloth!) I believe I cut 4" blocks instead of using 5" charm squares. It's hard to remember, since it was a couple of years ago! (Do you have any projects like that?!) I'm sure I wrote it somewhere on this blog - I'll have to take a look!

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway

All fabrics are from the Joel Dewberry Heirloom line from Free Spirit Fabrics. I'd say that most of the pieces are bigger than a fat eighth and maybe around a quarter yard. Some are selvage to selvage, some have one selvage and a small number have neither. There are 17 total prints and I would estimate about 4 yards of fabric. The orange, yellow, aqua ones above are between 6"or 7" by at least 40".

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway

These are wider cuts - closer to 13"-14.5" by 33".  I think one is more like 13" by 29".

These are lovely fabrics. The colors are great - I love the oranges and the pink/garnet prints are really saturated. There's a good mix of really bold graphic prints and more delicate florals to balance it out. I've really had fun working with them and I hope someone else enjoys them too!

I have a second giveaway posted HERE. (Bridges fabric from Waterfront Park.)

Good luck!! I look forward to reading about your awesome projects!
Check out more giveaways at SewMamaSew.


254 comments:

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Calah said...

I made a quilt for daughter and loved how it turned out! I used purples, pinks, grays and some left over white curtains :)

Karen Caves said...

I made a plus quilt for the niece who graduated from high school next week. Ma picture is on my IG feed under spetzie. Spetzie at att dot net

Amy said...

I spy baby quilt for my neice.

Unknown said...

I made a ragdoll for my granddaughters for Christams a few years ago.
grammy(at)grammyshands(dot)us

Jessibeth Vicenty said...

A doll quilt :)

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

I'm really proud of the felt fruit I sewed by hand that are in my blog header!

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

My favorite is probably this mini quilt I just finished: http://tiesthatbindquilting.wordpress.com/2014/04/21/born-to-quilt-finished-mini/

Ramona said...

I designed and made a double sided applique pirate quilt for my friend's little boy.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151120260891389&set=t.1506027090&type=3&theater
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151120260891389&set=t.1506027090&type=3&theater

audrey said...

I made a quilt for my niece, and it was so hard to part with! But I'm glad it went to someone I love so much! :)

http://hotpinkquilts.blogspot.com/2013/10/bqf-baby-boos-quilt.html

Jessica said...

My dresden wedding quilt! Family heirloom hopefully. Would grab it in a fire.

Kim said...

My favorite is a still the first log cabin quilt that I've ever made.

Jessica Jo said...

I Hand quilted a Queen Sized quilt almost completely on my own and I get to give it to a charity auction. See it here. http://justsomeboobs.blogspot.com/2014/03/alyof-march-complete-april-goals.html I am very proud of it.

Lisa Mather said...

My favorite quilt I've made to date is my Modern Morocco quilt for my soon to be niece, Ava.

Sam said...

My first quilt. Am so proud of it. Didn't think I could ever do it.

Wes said...

I made a color wheel quilt for my daughter, so fun!

suemac said...

I love all the bright colors in the "heirloom". I am sewing blocks for swaps. Nothing else exciting here but getting ready to move.

Heather Feather said...

A dress with my grandmothers appliqued doilys all over it.

Barb said...

Right now, I love my Lizzy House Catnap quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

michelle c. said...

I made Rachel Hauser's Penny Sampler. It took a seriously long time, but it's done and in the hands of an appreciative little girl: https://www.flickr.com/photos/30282565@N02/13009873785/

AlidaP said...

I honestly love all my quilts... but my first one was very special because I designed and pieced every single block... you can find it at http://tweloquilting.blogspot.com/p/disney-quilt.html . Thanks for the chance to win!!

leigh7911 said...

My favorite thing so far is a simple checkerboard quilt I made for my 5 year old out of rain themed fabric. She loves it!

Ella said...

I just finished a Sew Together bag. LOTS of zippers. Came out a tad wonky but I am still super proud of it!

Jamie @ the Backless Shirt Blog said...

My favorite project is the mini quilt I just finished for a Handmade Birthday Club friend. BUT I can't bring myself to send it off to her. I love it too much.
:)
Thank you for your generous giveaway!
Jamie

Kathy said...

I made a Jack's Chain quilt for my daughter, and then wrote a tutorial to share the fun I had: http://carpelanam.blogspot.com/2012/06/jacks-chain-tutorial.html

Amy DeCesare said...

I would love to join your Mutual Admiration Society...I love what you've made from these wonderful fabrics! I think I'm most proud of my various pincushions. You can see some of my very favorites here: http://eamylove.blogspot.com/2014/02/more-thoughtful-pincushions-part-2.html

Trish said...

My favorite project ever is my very first quilt top ( someday it will be a quilt!)

Karen said...

My favorite quilt is the scrap quilt I made for my husband for our anniversary. It was a simple pattern but it is king sized, the largest I have ever made!

Libby said...

I made my daughter a Feliz dress for her 2nd birthday. It took weeks. It turned out incredibly and she loved it.

Allison said...

one of my fav projects is my Madrona Road quilt, which I still don't have proper pics of because it is on my bed :)

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

Gorgeous giveaway, Joel Dewberry is my all time favorite :)

Here's a link to my favorite project - it's a pixelated version of my first sewing machine - each pixel is 0.5" square:
http://www.sewathomemummy.com/2013/03/my-first-pixelated.html

Sarah said...

My favorite project is a star sampler Christmas wall hanging I hand quilted last year. Thanks for the beautiful giveaway; those fabrics take my breath away! sarah@forrussia.org

CeLynn said...

Thanks for such a sweet giveaway! My favorite recent project is my triangle quilt posted about here
https;//CeLynnssunflowerpatch.blogspot.com2014/04/alpine-triangles-finished.html

Katie.Herzog said...

I made a sampler quilt and was so proud! Thanks for the giveaway!

mennikelly said...

I think the project I am most proud of is
http://sewimpressed.blogspot.com/2014/01/mqg-riley-blake-challenge-finished-quilt.html

crossquilt said...

I am proudest when I design my own pattern and see it come to life.

Jules said...

I'm super new to quilting and I made these terrible "pot holders" using this treasured fox fabric I bought but my fiancee uses them as coasters and pretends to love them and calls them his treasures. Now I'm kind of proud of them. Thanks for the opportunity!

Shayla Sharp said...

I just finished a cat softie complete with fluffy tutu!

Nancy said...

My favorite is usually my most recent finish, at the moment it is my sawtooth star baby quilt made from Sherbet Pips. Thanks for the giveaway!

Michelle Olsen said...

I made Snappy Manicure Wallets for my daughters (Anna from Noodlehead just put out the free pattern).

Jess Z said...

My favorite project to date is my Easter dress. I blogged about it here: http://coralbunnyandlo.wordpress.com/2014/04/19/leanne-marshall-easter-sewing/, but I think my current project (sewing a Piper dress for my daughter) will soon become my favorite. Thank you for the giveaway! :) coralbunnyandlo [at] gmail [dot] com

Jeannie D said...

Just finished a Baby Quilt using the Charmalade pattern seen on Moda Bake Shop blog

Andrea said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I love the Sweet Scallops Tote free pattern by See Kate Sew. I've made quite a few as gifts.

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I've made a lot of quilts but the Tula Pink City Sampler was the biggest accomplishment so far!

http://www.quarterincher.blogspot.com/2014/01/tula-pinks-city-sampler-quilt-top.html

Arianna M. said...

I'm working on Studio Cherie's duffle bag pattern right now. It's shaping up well :).

Lisa R said...

I'm working on a quilt for my daughters birthday, and scrambling to find all the Joel Dewberry Heirloom that I can! this would certainly help!

Michele Minehart said...

I love my Joel Dewberry collection and these would fit right in! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

Emily C said...

I love this quilt I made my SIL. http://callenderscreations.blogspot.com/2014/01/kitty-quilt-update.html

SeeMaryQuilt said...

I love my Washi dresses. They finish so nicely, and I get to wear them everywhere.

Desiree said...

no link. BUT... I think it's one I am currently making. I made quilt blocks for my daughter to take to Disney World and get autographed. I'll piece and quilt them when we return home. SO MUCH better than an autograph book!

glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

Sandy said...

I made a queen sized quilt for our bed from the Smokey River pattern. It's out of yardage, not scrappy like the pattern and I love it. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

ittehgaps said...

Made quilts for every one of my kids and grandkids. Now they keep asking who is this next quilt for? But that hasn't slowed me down. Just gotta keep creating. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

Courtneysews said...

Christmas Stockings for my son and my brothers children. I designed them and made them. They make me proud. Thanks!!

Victoria said...

I have made a lot of bags and quilts but my favorite projects are the costumes I have made for my children and grandchildren. Recent ones include a cowgirl made of bandanas, a suit of armor and chain mail to tame dragons, a blue dinosaur, and many hero capes.

needle and nest said...

One of my very favorite projects was my scrappy postage stamp quilt: http://needleandnest.blogspot.com/2013/05/bloggers-quilt-festival.html. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Sara Curtis said...

My water bottle tote! We use it daily! http://radianthomestudio.com/downloads/water-bottle-tote-pdf-pattern/

Kari Morrison said...

I made a cute quilt for my best friend's baby boy. You can see it here: http://craftinomicon.blogspot.com/2013/04/mod-chevron-baby-quilt.html

craftinomicon(at)gmail(dot)com

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

A quilt I made from a map panel surrounded by Polaroid blocks.

Jodi B. said...

I love your give away fabrics - very nice! Of the quilts I've made, my favorite is a hand quilted log cabin. It is super soft.

Margaret said...

I made a quilt for my grand daughter using all circles that were fussy cut with peace signs in them

Marilyn said...

I have made about 200 handbags in the last 18 months. I like a variety of projects but love ones that have picture laden tutorials. I am a visual learner.

Sewbig said...

Lots of favorite projects, but I guess I'll choose a quilt for my grandson. I used lots of free motion techniques and chenille by the inch. He loves it and uses it everyday on his bed.

Jennifer Kantola said...

My favorite thing I have made is a large bag/purse I made with my mom at my first sewing class.

mean sarah jean said...

i make quilts for all my nieces and nephews and even customize to their name or personality.

Lori said...

my favorite quilt I have made is my first quilt. It was a civil war quilt for my son for re-enacting

Beth said...

Those are beautiful fabrics. Here is a quilt I made that I love. http://helloquiltylady.blogspot.com/2014/02/any-which-way-finish.html. Funny I just figured out how to number by comments - took me an hour but I did it!

Whitneymccormac said...

beautiful fabrics! I made a purse for a friend's birthday when I was a beginner, and I'm still proud of it every time I see it!

Heather said...

A quilt from a Linda Ballard class, dancing with the stars.

Consuelo said...

Lovely fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win! One of the projects I'm most proud of is a queen sized quilt I made nearly 8 years ago now. That was when I was still a novice at quilting. I still love it.

Ly said...

I love these fabrics, thanks for the chance to win. One of my favorite recent projects I've completed is a supertote =)

Jen said...

I love my queen size Swoon quilt!

Bethany said...

I am really loving my low volume quilt that I am working on right now!

Roxanne K said...

I made a bunch of baby wrap tops recently that I am still in love with: http://www.pensebrox.com/kcw-day-4-baby-wrap-tops/

rosi w. said...

My favorite project is a dress I'm wearing right now, Colette Moneta. It was super easy and is like wearing a nightgown to work.

Katie said...

I'm always happy when my kids love the things I make them

Kristin said...

I'm really proud of the quilt I made my brother when he went off to college!

British American said...

My first quilt that I made for my son's birthday a few months ago.

Kirsten Young said...

I made this peasant blouse that I've worn the crap out of. Love it!

Southern Gal said...

My first quilting project, a table runner, is a favorite. http://itwasbroughtonbylove.blogspot.com/2014/01/my-first-quilt-attempt.html

But, my granddaughter's favorite is this quiet book.
http://itwasbroughtonbylove.blogspot.com/2012/12/noras-quiet-book.html

Thanks for the chance.

james and bess said...

Fun giveaway! I recently made items for a craft sale and just used scraps that I already had for each and every item. :) (I don't normally like to use scraps, so this was a big step for me.) Woot! :)

Bess

Cyndi @ The Nosy Pepper said...

Probably my Joel Dewberry Lapin Noir lol! I heart Joel Dewberry!!! http://nosypepper.blogspot.com/2013/12/a-christmas-bag.html#.U3J3zYFdWSo

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Beth said...

My Christmas sampler quilt was probably my favorite.

ChrisC said...

I'm more proud of my knitting projects than my sewing projects, I think. This is my all-time favorite (and most-complimented) handknit http://www.ravelry.com/projects/bookgeekgirl/levenwick Thanks for the giveaway!

Abbigail said...

I'm really proud that I hand quilted 2 quilt tops that my grandma had made for me and my brother after they sit for years in the closet.

jellybean said...

I Have lots of favorites but the best is when you give as a gift and it makes someones day

foofpalmer said...

I'm really happy about a triangle quilt I recently completed and a jelly roll quilt with some Kaffe Fassett prints. Love color!

Tiffany said...

The Joel Dewberry fabrics are GORGEOUS! I recently finished a King Sized quilt for my parents that I am quite proud of. :) I haven't done a full reveal yet, but you can pretty much see the whole thing in this post:
http://sewinsomethin.blogspot.com/2014/05/after-storm-my-first-pattern.html

Weatherbee ;) said...

I think my favorite project that I've done is a checkerboard quilt, with fabric checkers/chess pieces. I made it for my daughter's elementary school to auction off, and it came out better than I thought I was capable of.

Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

My favorite project was a quilt made from a pattern from an Australian magazine. I loved the fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

felice said...

this picture is not all that great...but i love my zombie constellation quilt! https://www.flickr.com/photos/63613569@N08/8726809977/

Breanna S. said...

My favorite project so far has been a boutique style outfit for my daughter when she was 2.

Teresa Van de Castle said...

hard to say, love the star quilts, but enjoying my current project - bargelo wave

Catherine said...

I was super pleased with my first quilted purse.

Fishkopp said...

I think it is always the last project I completed.

AngieSue said...

I just finished hand-quilting a quilt for my daughter -- the most extensive hand-quilting I've done so far. I'm pretty pleased with it!

Laura said...

I made a graduation quilt for my brother that he took off to college with him!

Sarah said...

A king sized quilt. It seemed daunting when I started but I am very pleased with it

Jennifer said...

I've very proud of the blanket I made for my oldest nephew!

Cara said...

I just made a granny squares quilt for my daughter using Simply Color and Simply Style from V and Co. I just love how happy it looks!

sandyandcosmo said...

I love the lap quilt I made with Wonderland fabric.

Tamie said...

Love, love these fabrics. I have a few of them myself. I have a Swoon in progress. Although it isn't finished, I'm really excited about it. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

limbylim said...

pillows with piping for my family room

Kathy Davis said...

My favorite project is the duvet cover and valances I made for my bedroom.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

JulieD said...

A quilt for my dduaghter's friend who was getting married. a chevron pattern

Georgiann said...

My favorite project is often the one I just completed. Here is the quilt I finished last week: http://oldsweetsong.blogspot.com/2014/05/sweet-spring-flowers-and-quilt.html. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jo said...

I just finished a hugs and kisses quilt and I just love it

Diane P said...

My favorite quilt is the stained glass angel i designed for my mom

Kat said...

I just finished this quilt with the triangle quilt along, and I am pretty proud of my points! http://katandcatquilts.blogspot.com/2014/04/squirrely-triangles-triangle-quilt-along.html

Susan Solberg said...

I would love to share, but I don't blog. Instead, I will tell you - my favorite project is a rainbow pickle dish quilt. And it is FANTASTIC! Sorry, sounds conceited but I am SOOOO excited!

sk8rcruz said...

I just finished a vintage sheet backed crazy quilt for a high school silent auction.

Afton Warrick said...

I am really proud of my Baltimore Album-style NM Centennial quilt.

paul said...

I made a quilt and i really like it!

Angelia Lanouette said...

I am a new quilter and made my first small wall hanging. It is not perfect but I love it.

kathy said...

Everything I make is awesome - lol
I am not much of a quilter - the terminal piecing does me in but I like the engineering part. I'm more of a garment & crafty sew-er.
So here's my best quilty project this year: http://runningwithrocket.blogspot.com/2014/01/i-dont-do-much-quilting.html

I have two of my own SMS giveaways - Thanks for the fabtastic giveaway.

Carol said...

I've been proud about some of the knitted purses I've made. I usually don't have a pattern and it's always fun when they turn out well.

Ali said...

hmm, my lap quilt I use daily, I used a lot of kaffe fasset shot cottons and with my batting choice that I cant remember now... its the coziest thing I've made to date.

DebraKay Neiman said...

My favorite project was my table runners and mug rugs set. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com
https://www.flickr.com/photos/105749630@N03/11391496966/
https://www.flickr.com/photos/105749630@N03/11391497616/in/photostream/

Pocky said...

My self drafted harem pants for my toddler!

Abby@ ColorBarQuilts said...

My favorite project is the quilt I designed for my youngest son. I even released it as a pattern. Thanks for a chance.

Adele said...

Most of the time, the latest quilt I finish is my favorite!

Meredith said...

My favorite project is a liberty and essex linen Super Tote bag I made recently: https://www.flickr.com/photos/seemersew/12866333535/

Sallie said...

My favorite was a mystery quilt, Pieceful Times, that I made for my son. He saw it while I was working on it and asked for it.

Carol said...

Sweet blog and giveaway! Last year I made a Dresden quilt that I just love. :O)

mkjmc said...

I just finished the top to a log cabin quilt for my daughter in yellows black and grays it is at the quilters so I don't have a pic yet

Renee said...

This continues to my favorite quilt that I've made: http://www.quiltsofafeather.com/2013/05/bloggers-quilt-festival-cesarean-quilt.html

Nichole Y said...

This will be very exciting!

kt said...

Last summer I made a memory quilt out of my uncle's t-shirts for my aunt--she really appreciated it.

christie said...

Love the fabrics!! I am making a sewing machine cover.!!!

Thanks so much...

jeanieheath@charter.net

crabigailadams said...

hard to say what my favorite is, but my favorite quilt i've made is probably an i-spy for a friend's baby. i really wanted to keep it for my own baby! i'm also proud of the dresses i have been making, as dressmaking seemed so intimidating. i think they're turning out well though & helping me build my confidence & skill set.

JDBrown said...

those are beautiful choices. my favorite project is almost always what i've just finished :-) my last finish was a storm at sea in green for my fabulous in-laws.

Samantha said...

My favorite quilt so far is my kaleidoscope quilt in batiks.

Katie said...

I've been making baby bibs and fabric baskets lately that are so quick and cute!

Shelley Folkerts said...

I recently finished paper piecing the Moda Bake Shop's Sugar Scraps quilt for a graduation gift. I enlarged it from the 48 blocks up to 80 blocks. I had not paper pieced for like close to 10 years, so it was kind of fun to do again.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152227523547795&set=pcb.10152227550132795&type=1&theater

Who-lee-uh said...

My favorite quilting project? Nine patches modified with 10" squares. Fast and fun! Love your fabric choices

Ashley said...

I made my kids baby blankets and I am very happy with how the came out and how much they love them.

SIMPLESEW said...

I have nursery items to make and baby quilts and blankies because I have 2 grandbabies due this year

Katarina Giese said...

What beautiful fabric! I love making dresses for my daughter! My favorite on would have to be this party dress I made for her. Awesome! Katiebabe1114@yahoo.com

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barbara woods said...

my swoon quilt,posted it on my giveaway page on wont to be quilter, thanks

Tina Jeo said...

Just finished a quilt top with my 9 year old daughter and she worked with her grandmother to quilt it.

Tabitha Klucking said...

I've been working on the Sew Kitschy Paper Piecing Sew-Along at Quiet Play and I love it! http://quietplay.blogspot.com/p/sew-kitschy-paper-piecing-bom.html

Helen said...

I am fairly new to quilting and I am really proud of making my first Pinwheel Quilt and a Disappearing 9 Patch Quilt - it's like magic!

Thanks for a great giveaway!

Nancy Sue said...

Am working on a quilt -as- you- go Cathedral window child's lap quilt…. once I got the hang of it, it was ok..but wanted to jump out of the cathedral window when I started.

Linda said...

I have made a couple of chenille baby blankets for shower gifts that I was really proud of.

Kelly Wilson said...

My favorite project so far is my very first quilt. I made it from vintage sheets and it is a 68 x 68 sixteen block quilt. 12 of which are 17 inch half square triangles. Thank goodness for starch and glue! I haven't quilted it yet. I want my skills to improve so I don't mess it up.

bee said...

i always love the baby quilts i've made - and have another one to make this summer! yay!

Julia said...

I made a hexadaisy mini quilt for a friend at quilt market this week that I am totally in love with!

Anonymous said...

My son's big boy quilt, all hexies and using curious nature fabric. I adore that quilt!
Asdrexler at gmail dot com

aquay said...

My favorite project is a quilted cherry tote I made about four years ago now. I still use it and it's lasting well even though I stuff it and abuse it. I used heavy denim as well as about 8 different cherry prints. I get a lot of complements on it, and I made the pockets big enough to be useful. (nibblet42@aol.com)

Shannon said...

I love the heirloom easter jackets I sewed my daughter the last few years

Dana Gaffney said...

I made my mom a quilt about two years ago which she loved, I think I'm most proud of that one since it was made with so much love.

Lisa said...

I made this baby quilt and I think it is my favorite so far!
https://www.flickr.com/photos/35686881@N04/8861369938/

2288b2c4-da19-11e3-9465-000bcdcb5194 said...

A new quilter so my favorite is my first - haha- a lap quilt! Loving it! Smcalli102@aol.com

June D said...

My favorite so far is still in progress. It's from an online group I started (and need to offer a new project soon) http://liberatedroundrobin.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-progress-so-far.html

It's been quite a while. I need to take time to finish my projects so they can be used...

Bonje Gioja said...

Such pretty fabric! I'm working on my first quilt, so I guess it's my favorite! It's star-themed using a whole bunch of scraps. Thanks for the giveaway!

Crystal Hendrix said...

Any of my Moda Bake SHop quilts!

Laurie Matthews said...

I am really proud of a giant dresden plate quilt I made- it's so bright and is a "souvenir" of my time spent in Africa.

lindaofthelakes said...

I am really proud both of the Bonnie Hunter multi-thousand pieced quilts I've done and the very modern quilts I've gifted to nieces and nephews. It's ALL good!

Lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

It is really hard to just pick one... I think I would have to go with my vest/shirt for my brothers wedding that I made for my son to wear.
http://madebymommainpa.blogspot.com/2013/10/simplicity-1923-review.html

Anonymous said...

I made this for my grand daughter..she loves it and I am proud it turned out so well being my first attempt at bargello

http://fabricandmemories.blogspot.com/2014/03/orca-whale-of-quilt.html
Thanks for the giveaway!
Cheri
quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
coffeebreakwhatever(at)yahoo(dot)com

Raina said...

My favorite project is anything I make for my daughter and that she actually likes/wears it!

Mom C said...

I just finished a king size quilt that has been in my UFO pile for as long as I can remember. It is the wonkiest log cabin,crazy patch blocks you have ever seen. I made it before I even knew what log cabin blocks were. It is also the quilt that started my journey in FMQ, which resulted in my getting a longarm last year. I feel quite a sense of pride when I see it on our bed. Thanks

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Susanm said...

A couple of years ago, I made a reversable Christmas apron for my mother. first time making an apron and I was very happy with how it turned out. I never blogged about it - pics weren't very good.

selleck said...

I made my mom a Turning Twenty using all her favorite scraps left over from a quilt she made for dad.

Melissa Miller said...

The first quilt I ever made, which was a granny square quilt last year. I sleep under it every night!

Amanda said...

I'm pretty proud of the first dress I made for my baby girl! :)

http://dandelionsandlace.blogspot.com/2013/10/i-sewed-dress.html

Janie said...

I am on my second appliqued trapunto quilt. It requires a lot of time but well worth it in the end. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

Vicki H said...

I am still most proud of my first quilt which was a log cabin that I hand quilted.

Lauren said...

The first piece of clothing I made was a dress for my daughter- I'm still proud. :)

Rebecca Greco said...

I made a English paper pieced hexagon pouch that I'm so proud of!

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I made a quilt in an online quilt along that was way above my ability level. I finished on time, and it turned out great. I love your kind of scraps.

atabanana29 said...

A doll quilt for my daughter's dolls!

Reb Thack said...

The improved ghastlies quilt for my brother's birthday!

Debra Lee said...

I made my friend a quilt for each of his three daughters!

Connie Cain said...

I have only finished one quilt so far, a baby quilt for my new granddaughter. She will be 2 in August. :) Have several WIPs.
craftyccain@gmail.com

Courtney Thompson said...

i made a quilt for my husband and i while on our honeymoon and it's my absolute favorite because it reminds me of the amazing vacation we had together!

Gina C said...

Not a quilt, but I made my friends daughter a beautiful outfit that had tons of pintucks on it.

Alicia said...

I want to do that same MBS tutorial. It looks so fun. Your version is beautiful! I also had a baby, and moved to a new state, and haven't completely put my sewing space back together. I have done a few small projects but would love to find some time to work on something FUN!

Marianne said...

I made a king-sized bento box quilt and it's finally on my bed. I love it!

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I think the quilt I'm most proud of is my double wedding ring. I've made so many quilts and it's still my favorite!

Sarah Bozone said...

Biggest project I have done is a kind size quilt, Trip Around the World pattern, for my brother & wife. Best project is working with my kids to make them things.

Quilting Tangent said...

Hand sewn queen size tops.
24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

Linda V said...

I think one of my favorite quilts that I have made is the baby quilt for our first grandchild, Grace. It can be seen here. http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/2011/06/visiting-old-friends.html

Thanks for the giveaway chance!

supersara20 said...

I am making a rainbow and black paper pieced star king sized quilt that I am proud of... just a few stars more!

LittleWit said...

I made a baby quilt for a friend who is really into NASCAR and gave me some t-shirts to work from. I pieced the back of the quilt to look like a NASCAR track and even provided little race cars for the baby to play with. I love how that quilt turned out!

Marti Taylor said...

I am still learning to quilt so I am not super proud of anything I have created. However, I am proud that I can see how much better my lines are getting and how much I've improved since I started. Thanks for the chance! blackflowersacidrain(at)gmail(dot)com

Sangeetha said...

I love making clothes for my kids they are so proud to wear them

charlotte l said...

I made an advent cal. this year all with vintage fabrics from my Grandmother and Aunt. Very special to me. Thanks for the chance.
clunsford at gmail dot com

Tabitha Keener said...

My favorite project to date is a granny square QAL I'm in over at Jolly Jabber. It is so sweet and scrappy. I love your giveaway I've been wanting some of this fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Lindsay S said...

i am pretty excited about this year's easter dresses:
http://www.pacountrycrafts.blogspot.com/2014/04/vintage-easter-dresses.html
thanks for the chance to win!!

Allison C said...

I made Tokyo subway quilt (OhFransson)...square by square. LOTS and lots of little squares, but I love how it turned out. I actually changed the pattern a little with the color scheme and increased the size. It is one of my favorites for sure!

Catskill Quilter said...

What gorgeous fabrics! I just finished 4 (bed pillow sized) pillow shams for the couches, using a variety of Kaffe Fassett reds - love them!

Donna said...

I'm pleased with two little dresses I made for my granddaughters with embroidery and a pattern I drafted myself.

JoanG said...

I made a blooming four patch quilt using fabrics with Australian Aboriginal designs. So far, I think it is my favorite quilt.

Mike and Jackie said...

I made 2 twin sized quilts for my kiddos who share a room out of Lizzy House's 1001 peeps. It makes me smile every time I walk into their room . Especially because they love them.

Anonymous said...

thank you for the giveaway and congratulations on having a baby
I make small projects and it gives me joy when I have made something like a car trash bag for someone and that person likes it so much they want more
cjscraftcorner(at)gmail(dot)com

Deb said...

I make my daughter awesome quilted tote bag and purse sets with lots of matching accessories.

Deb said...

It would definitely be a cake/cupcake quilt for my daughter as she began being a baking vendor at our local farmer's market. She uses it on her table every Saturday, and she's gotten many comments on it.

Mara said...

If you want help making numbers for your blog comments, you can follow this tutorial.
http://www.sewathomemummy.com/2013/01/tips-tricks-tuesdays-rachel-sew-happily.html
It is pretty easy to set up, and then you won't have to count all of those numbers.

Havplenty said...

I have made 17 of the more than 45 quilts I need to make for family and friends. Does this count? :)

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