Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Giveaway Day!



 

It's Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day! I'm giving away one of my quilt patterns to a lucky reader. The winner can choose from the Macro Plaid Quilt Pattern:


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Or the Two Carat Quilt Pattern:

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Or the Pantry Staples Pattern:

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Leave a comment by Sunday May 10th to be entered to win. I'll notify the winner via email by Wednesday May 13th. If you need a prompt, let me know what size quilt you usually make. For a bonus entry, follow me on Instagram and leave a comment with your Instagram username.




Can't wait for your pattern? You can purchase your pattern now and still enter the drawing. If you win I'll refund your purchase price (or you can choose a second pattern).


Good luck, and happy Giveaway Day!



Update: congrats to Cheri, commenter #30! I've sent you an email :)

70 comments:

  1. I enjoy making little quilts, mostly. Lap quilts and baby quilts. I just think they are so cute. =P

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  2. Usually a lap to twin size on most of the quilts.

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  3. Love that micro-plaid pattern. I love plaid in general. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  4. Love the macro plaid quilt pattern

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  5. What lovely patterns! I usually make double or queen size.

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  6. Margaret SchindlerMay 6, 2015 at 9:16 AM

    I love making queen size quilts

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  7. Thanks for the chance to win. I like making big quilts - lap or above.

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  8. I usually sew large lap-sized (almost twin sized) because my husband and I are both so tall, and I like quilts on the larger side. :-)

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  9. I am new to quilting, so lap-sized is my preference.

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  10. Lately, I've mostly done baby quilts for friends.

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  11. I enjoy making most sizes of quilts, but most often find myself making small quilted items like potholders because they are so fast as gifts.

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  12. Catherine in MIMay 6, 2015 at 1:01 PM

    I've been wanting to make quilts for my boys, but am struggling to find something I like for a pre-teen. That macro plaid is PERFECT!

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  13. I usually make lap-sized quilts, but I want to make more bed-sized ones! :)

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  14. I'm newbiew on quilt, i'm still learning, and my first quilt project will be a baby quilt....for my coming august prince... ^^

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  15. I love your plaid quilt pattern!

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  16. The Two Carat quilt caught my eye right away- lovely! I have typically made oversized throws for babies to use on the floor, but right now I'm working on an almost full size bed quilt for my daughter.

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  17. i just love making quilts in general!

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  18. I love the plaid pattern! I usually go for a twin - queen size. The biggest quilt I've ever made was 98" square and I quilted it on my domestic.

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  19. Shaneka GiscombeMay 7, 2015 at 12:33 AM

    I like mini quilts.

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  20. I love your Pantry Staples Pattern! Thanks for the chance to win x

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  21. Oooooo plaid plaid plaid!!!! But the pantry is adorable too!!! You are brilliant!

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  22. That plaid is stunning!! I usually make lap quilts, that way I can make more faster!

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  23. I've only made two quilts before and they were both twin size. My girls both needed something more lightweight when we moved from North Idaho to the dry side of Oregon.

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  24. I am making my first quilt!

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  25. I like baby and lap quilts!

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  26. I have just finished my first quilt top - a large single bed quilt for my eldest daughter. I now have a 13 week old so I want to finish my first and plan a 2nd for her now.

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  27. I love the Pantry Staples pattern!

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  28. following on instagram (romille5)

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  29. Like the macro plaid pattern and can see it in flannel for a guy quilt. I mostly sew bed-sized quilts, some wall quilts.

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  30. I like the Two Caret Quilt... I am not liking working with diamonds caz I hate dealing with bias but I recently learned how make them by cutting them differently. I love your pattern and would like to try it!

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  31. I haven't completed many quilts, but the ones I have have run the size range from small art-quilts for the wall all the way up to queen. Love wrapping up in a big quilt, but the smaller ones are definitely easier to sew on my tiny machine!

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  32. The Pantry pattern is awesome! Thank you so much for your giveaway! I really like making miniquilts as wall-art. You can do so much with those!

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  33. I love plaid and the macro Plaid quilt is just perfect. I generally make large lap throws, 50"-60" by at least 70". Thanks for the chance to win!

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  34. That plaid quilt is such a clever idea! Thanks for the giveaway.
    stashavalanche (at) gmail (dot) com

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  35. I like making lap quilts.

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  36. I really like that macro plaid pattern - lots of negative space and fun to play with color!!!

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  37. I have a perfect spot in my kitchen for the Pantry Staples Quilt.

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  38. I love the two carat quilt pattern. Pretty soft colors. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  39. I usually make twin size quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. I usually make lap quilts!

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  41. I follow on instagram! Atabanana29

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  42. I've never actually made a quilt! But it's on my list! This would definitely inspire me to start! :)

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  43. I tend to make lap quilts up to double size. Maybe I should start making smaller quilts so I can finish more and use up my huge stash!

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  44. I've been a plaid lover for a very long time! This one is striking! I usually make baby sized quilts...so much more manageable.

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  45. What wonderful quilt patterns - love the plaid! I tend to keep my quilts "finish-able!" I like throw size for the living room although I plan on tackling a twin size this year for the day bed in my sewing room.
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    Ruth L

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  46. I love makings lap quilts, table runners, bed runners, etc. - don't have much room to make a large quilt although I've made a couple - thanks.

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  47. Love the Pantry Staples pattern!

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  48. all great patterns, thanks for the chance

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  49. I usually make lap quilts for charity.

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  50. Hi! It's been all minis lately - I am a bit swapped out. I am making a few baby quilts next which I like because I feel confident with the quilting but all my WIPS are big queen sized ones

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  51. Nancy HilderbrandMay 8, 2015 at 1:11 PM

    I am new so I have just made a table runner

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  52. My usual quilt size is 60x80 quilts for Lutheran Eorld Relief.

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  53. I usually make wall hanging or lap throw quilts.

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  54. Loooove the Two Carot Quilt Pattern! Awesome! Thanks for chance to win! :)

    I love making Baby & Throw size Quilts! Working on a Queen size for us tho... Haven't been quilting looong, so simple & easy patterns are my fave! lol

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  55. I have made more generous lap quilts than any other size. Though I would love to make bed sized quilt every single time. Imagine being able to choose from lots of quilts for your bed!

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  56. LOVE the 'Two Carat' Quilt pattern!

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  57. I make a lot of baby quilts!

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  58. Thanks for a great giveaway! Love the Pantry Staples pattern.

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  59. I usually make large quilts, tween sizes upwards. Thanks for the chance!

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  60. I am new to quilting so I've only made lap sized so far.

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  61. I follow you on instagram

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  62. Being a newbie, I have only finished one baby quilt. I do have 3 twin flimsies done. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  63. I have made every size quilt; I guess baby quilts are what I make most often.

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  64. I love those quilt patterns! I don't know how I would choose. I usually make a lap/throw size.

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  65. Even though I make a variety of different size quilts, my favorites are wall hangings and table runners.

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  66. I most enjoy making baby or lap quilts. They are so much faster & easier than bed quilts.

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  67. I also follow you on instagram. I'm curlygirl75.

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  68. I'm currently hooked on mini quilts.

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