SEW MAMA SEW GIVEAWAY DAY

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

It’s here: the most epic sewing-blog giveaway day in the entire blogosphere. This is my first year participating, and I’m excited to have a great bundle to give away today! Welcome to readers new and old, and to those of you visiting for the first time, I encourage you to have a look around. Here I share my creative and design process, project progress, completed creations, tutorials, color inspiration, and more, chock full of colorful photographs. If you like what you see, you can follow my blog via email or bloglovin (look –>) or follow me on Instagram or Twitter, or can check out my paper piecing patterns on Craftsy.

Now, let’s cut to the chase! Here’s what you could win today:

Fabric Bundle

giveaway fabric bundle

giveaway fabric bundle

I personally selected this bundle of fabric from one of my favorite local quilt shops, Fiddlehead Artisan Supply in Belfast, Maine. The bundle includes a half yard of Cotton + Steel Fern book in Navy, from Mesa by Alexia Abegg as the inspiration piece, and fat quarters of:

  • XOXO in Toy Boat by Rashida Coleman Hale, Cotton + Steel Basics
  • XOXO in Dandilion by Rashida Coleman Hale, Cotton + Steel Basics
  • Plot Circles in Carrot from Doe by Carolyn Friedlander (Robert Kaufman Fabrics), and
  • Spot On Pearl Metallic Small Dot in Copen (Robert Kaufman Fabrics)
Choice of Two (2) Quilt Patterns from

Quilting Jetgirl Banner Needle Rocket

Yvonne of Quilting Jetgirl was generous enough to offer winner’s choice of any two (2) of her quilt patterns! You can check out her available patterns in her Craftsy shop HERE. I know which two I would choose–have you seen Tesselated Leaves or Triangle Transparency!?, but which two would you choose? Here is a peek at just a few of her patterns:

quilting jetgirl patterns
Clockwise beginning top left: Spring Rain, Color Weaving, Triangle Transparency, Tesselated Leaves

On this blog, I strive to share the course inspiration takes in my sewing and creating: from original spark to completed project. To enter the giveaway today, I’d love to hear what inspires you to create. Leave a comment and make sure I’m able to get ahold of you if you win.  If you’re a follower, leave a second comment telling me how you follow for a second entry.

This giveaway is open to US and international participants.  The giveaway will be open until 8pm EST Sunday 5/10 when I’ll select the winner randomly with random.org. I’ll announce and email the winner on Monday 5/11. Good luck! NOTE: The giveaway is now closed. A winner will be announced tomorrow!

sms giveaway day on night quilter

While you’re at it, go check out all of the other fabulous giveaways at Sew Mama Sew, especially this generous offer by my friends Stephanie & Michelle at Late Night Quilter for free long arm quilting!!

P.S. I always try to respond to comments, but may not be able to on the giveaway posts due to the high number of comments.  Please know I appreciate your visit and hope you follow or come back again!

482 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!”

  1. I am constantly inspired by fabric and recently having joined the Brisbane Modern Quilt Guild I have been so inspired by the amazing and creative women I have met there, they share my passion for all things Quilty! Now I just wonder why it took me so long to join!! Love the fabric 🙂

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  2. What inspires me most is reading blogs by such creative people, like you! I may see a color combination, a new design or technique and I want to try it! My list is getting so long, I will die with a needle in my hand!

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  3. My nieces and nephews are my inspiration- I always want to make something snuggly for them and each one has their own opinions about which colors go together and if squares are better than triangles!

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  4. True inspiration for my sewing and quilting comes from nature, mostly color (i.e. sunsets and bare earth). Bloggers continually inspire me to apply that, and offer free tutorials and constant advice which I’m eternally thankful.

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  5. I get inspired by images online and in real life, often not of quilts! I like to sketch stuff out on paper or iPad and try and work out how I’d make it as a quilt. I’m a bit of a geek and really enjoy the math!

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