A Scrappy Fabric Giveaway for November 2010

This Giveaway Has Closed. Click here to see winner!When the CQ Glee Club visited Pleasant Home recently, Jodi asked if I would join in for the last leg of the Sew Scraps Along giveaway series. Well of course! Scraps? I have TONS of scraps! Always happy to share the wealth.

What can you win? A USPS Priority Mail small box full of scraps, as shown. To be sent to one lucky winner, and all you have to do is leave a comment telling me what projects you are trying to finish before the holidays come!  To enter, leave a comment here anytime between now and midnight on 11/14/2010, and I will announce the winner on Monday 11/15/2010.

Then hop over to Pleasant Home to find a few other blogs with scraps to share. And keep an eye on my own “Other Quilty Giveaways” listing in the right hand column, yeah, just over there and down a bit.

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220 Responses to A Scrappy Fabric Giveaway for November 2010

  1. VickiT says:

    OOOh look at all those pretty colored scraps. Yes, please. Sign me up. I’ll give them a safe home.

  2. nanayane says:

    Scraps?!? I can always use scraps either in the plethora of scrappy paper pieing projects I have going or to make a lovely quilt for a wee at risk baby via http://danettesangels.tripod.com I send at least 4 boxes of sweep tiny baby goodies per year and scrap would help fill up another box of preemie and newborn lovies!
    ~Yane

  3. Martin says:

    Is that the Huckleberry Finn fabric I see on the top of the stack? Nifty! Count me in, please.

    I am making a bunch of small holiday wall hangings for my siblings, shhhhh, do not tell them!

  4. Brenda says:

    I’m making aprons and table runners for gifts. your scraps look like fun!

  5. Brita says:

    Scraps! Looks like the pattern on the left of the page would be great with bigger scraps
    🙂 I’m trying to make aprons and little wallhangings for Christmas gifties. I just realized yesterday that I probably should get started! Ya think?

  6. susan says:

    I am making aprons, two stockings for the two new family additions, and three table toppers. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Ziggy says:

    Nice lookin scraps! I`d love to win them!
    I`m determined to finish a Christmas quilt that has little Christmas motif stitcheries in each alternate block-60 of them! What was I thinkin?

  8. Rae says:

    How exciting. Count me in. I’m working to finish a wedding quilt for a wedding that happened in August… I really want to give it to the couple by Christmas!

  9. robin says:

    I would love your scraps. And I really intend to finish a wallhanging I’ve been working on before Christmas. Hopefully before the end of November. Hopefully next week.

  10. Jennifer says:

    would love some scraps

  11. I had to laugh to myself when you said “Tell me what projects you are trying to finish before the holidays!” There’s not enough time to list them all. I have 2 quilts I’m working on, an apron swap, gifts for friends I’ve met thru the swaps, small crafted gifts for Make a Child Smile kiddos I’ve been writing to. Not to mention the girls I work with, and Christmas aprons for the girls in my family to wear at Christmas while we are cooking. I did just finish my Thanksgiving family aprons. With Gods blessing, I will get these done. Oh, did I mention my daughter is graduating from College on Dec 19th and I’m having a huge party at my house for her? Her good friend is also graduating so we are combining the parties and since I live in the country on some land, I am the hostess! I’ll be recooping between Christmas and New Years! But I’m sure there will be a needle in my hand then too! SEW much therapy!

  12. Patty says:

    I am trying to get pillowcases made for my grandchildren. Plus I’m working on a baby quilt for the Quilts for Comfort. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  13. barbara says:

    trying to get a quilt of valor done before the holidays and I would like to find a pattern to make some fleece mittens for some gifts. Too many projects not enough time.

  14. Mary says:

    I’ve got to get a wallhanging done to be raffled for the Jingle Bell Jog. It’s a run/walk my future DIL helps with to raise money for the local college. In addition to the run the raffle several donated items. I’m also past due on a baby quilt – my great nephew was born about a month and a half ago.
    Thanks for a fun giveaway!

  15. jean says:

    baby shoes, 2 or 3 quilts (3 I hope) a couple of patchwork bags, and 2 granddaughter holiday dresses and matching vest for grandson. whew! better get too it.

  16. Sarah C. says:

    On my “before Christmas” list is: a contract job to quilt 3 memory quilts; a quilt for my granddaughter; one for my sister; and mug rugs for lots of folks. Ack!!! I’m in trouble…… 😉

  17. Jane says:

    i’m trying to get pencil cases and pyjama cases done. Also to make cushions from the last lot of pyjamas my mum bought my boys before she died. I want to use the pants to form pockets on them to hold their books and phones when they go to bed
    What a fun giveaway, thank you

  18. Piroska says:

    I’m trying to finish some tree ornaments…some XS ornaments…a XS table runner…a set of placemats.

  19. Martina says:

    So great. I am in love qith your scrappy quilt! Another project for my list! Thanks for giving away some of your scraps! Would love to win!

  20. Lovie Ball says:

    Need to finish a Drunkard’s Path, and 54/40 before Christmas, they are both gifts. Would also like to complete a Zig-Zag 9-patch, but don’t see it happening – still have too many small nine patches to complete. But it will make a great birthday gift next year (or the year after LOL). Would love to win your wonderful scraps.

  21. Your scrap quilts are simply amazing!!

  22. Stephanie says:

    “Always happy to share the wealth.”- Thank you 🙂 I have so many things that I need to sew before the holidays… snack bags, lunch totes, twirly skirts, crayon rolls, alphabet letters, table runners (one for thanksgiving and one for Christmas) and then there’s the Christmas pillows, a scrappy quilt and Christmas cards! There aren’t enough hours in the day or espresso beans to fill my needs!! Thanks for sharing!! Love your blog! I’m a new subscriber!!

  23. kathleen c in ct says:

    Oh, your scraps are great! Enough to give me a whole new outlook on my quilting, because my stash is looking very sad.
    I’m ready to layer a small wall quilt of liberated stars for hand quilting-scraps are great for mismatched liberated patchwork blocks. But most of all, before the Holidays, I’m still sewing for donations to our library’s benefit sale–a sure way to use more scraps.
    Thanks so very much.

  24. sandra says:

    I would love if they travel to my home! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Becki says:

    What a great lot of scraps! Yummy! I love eye candy! :o) I hope to finish up a group of doll quilt and pillow sets for all my nieces this Christmas. 48 days and counting. Yikes! Love your blog!

  26. Joan Moore says:

    So many lovely colours! I am working on skirts and vests for my twin granddaughters , machine embroidered hooded towels for the girls also, mug rugs, table runners, paper dolls made from fabric and hopefully, a small Christmas quilt.
    Thank you for the opportunity.

  27. Trish Lapp says:

    What a wonderful give-away!
    I am trying to get 2 braid quilts made for Christmas gifts of which I haven’t started yet. First though, I need to get a quilt started for a young man of 21 that was just diagnosed with leukemia. I am picking up fabrics for this qu ilt this weekend – country/western theme. I think that one needs to go out quicker than the braided quilts.
    Hugs,
    Trish

  28. Craftyheart2 says:

    I will be stitching the applique on a couple of Santa sacks for my niece and
    a friend’s child and hopefully starting to put them together soon.
    Love your blog and particularly your ideas for Two Inch Treasures.

    Julie

  29. Karin says:

    Awesome colors! I love the quilts too! I will use the scraps for projects for my girls in Sewing Circle to work on – they are always looking for new projects but can’t really afford a lot of fabric, so this would be a blessing.

  30. D Spack says:

    I’m embroidering some sampler trees on felt. Thanks for the chance to win some of your goodness!

  31. Judy says:

    I can always use more scraps. I’m trying to finish up a quilt for a December wedding and finish a Christmas quilt.

  32. SewHappyJan says:

    I have a goal to complete the Angel Apron pattern for several friends for that special time of year that is fast approaching 😉 but the wonderful part of this pattern is that it has the Red Brolly Ladies appliqued on the front, but sadly Im running out of scraps, this collection would be perfect to help complete my goal.

  33. arlette says:

    Please call me Miss Scraps, I love them all!!!!!!, I’m trying to finish my UFO’s for this year, because I’m sure that January the 1st. I’ll start my new quilt for the year. I have some christmas quilts and 3 bags that need to be done, perhaps I’ll need some scraps to finish them lol

  34. brenda says:

    Hi, came over from Pleasant Home and would love to win some of your scraps. I do not have many and I am loving all the scrappy quilts that have been showing up. Why have I not saved more over the years. Love the quilts that Pleasant Home has on the post today. How did you count all those little blocks? 2000 plus. Do not think that will be my first try at a scrappy quilt. I have hard enough time getting my corners to match on the larger blocks at times. Need to check out the rest of your blog! Have a great week!

  35. Tea says:

    Ooh, I’d love to win; love to have faces in my scrap quilts and the frogs are too cute.

  36. seamstosew says:

    I’m trying to finish my first quilt!

  37. Marie says:

    I would love to have those scraps. I plan to use them in my quilt art and applique projects.

    I will be on a cruise and can’t check e-mail until the 21st – so if I win, please give me the opportunity to get back in town before you draw the next name. (See how optimistic I am.)

    Marie

  38. Theresa says:

    I should be finishing my sister’s Christmas quilt in Christmas fabrics, but I’m totally sucked in by my son’s birthday quilt for January. Go figure.

  39. Linda T says:

    I am trying to start and finish two baby quilts for a newly adopted niece and nephew before their first birthday in the beginning of December.

  40. luckymom says:

    If I could get enough scraps, I’d love to make a Christmas quilt like Jodi’s, I’ve been sewing and crocheting like crazy lately, trying to be ready for the arrivial of my first granddaughter. Thanks for being sewing generous and sharing your awesome scraps.

  41. karie says:

    My holiday to-sew list gets longer everytime I sit down at the computer…

    lap quilt for my mother-in-law
    twin quilt for my niece
    13 mug rug sets (mug rug, cup sleeve and a tea pocket)
    4 animal doorstops
    4 monster bookend sets (8 actual monsters)
    geocoach bag for brother and his family
    6 kitchen sets (potholders and aprons)
    oh…man I need to get sewing….

    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

  42. Chris says:

    I love scrap quilts! I rarely buy fabric collections. Count me in!

  43. beth says:

    I hope to quilt a christmas quilt that I made! Love those scraps!

  44. alice says:

    Pretty scraps!!! I would love to win them.
    This has motivated me to start more things instead of finish Christmas goodies, but it certainly has been fun.
    L,A-

  45. Betsy Lynn says:

    Wow, I would love to win those scraps!
    I need to get all my rug mugs finished, that’s what everyone is getting for Christmas presents this year.
    I always make something for everyone each Christmas and on their birthdays.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  46. SewLindaAnn says:

    It would be easier to answer what I don’t have to get done for a gift. 1 Purse would be the answer, just one! I have so many gifts to make lap quilts to sew, slippers, fabric and crochet edged dish towels. Oh my, oh my where did the summer go and how did November get here?!

  47. kmseman says:

    I appreciate your generosity. My favorite quilts are from scraps.

  48. Mary says:

    I would love some of those yummy scraps. Your postage stamp on Jodi blog is AMAZING!!!!

  49. Janet says:

    I would love to win your scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

  50. Mariliz says:

    I’m working on a few project for Christmas. I plan on making a few table runners for my S.I.L’s and also some napkins. Thanks

  51. I so love other people’s scraps, it’s like taking a peek at someones soul.

  52. 1. a Gone with the Wind quilt for my favorite youngest daughter (21 y/o) who would have loved to have been Scarlett in another life. Center medallion is done; working on pieced border.
    2. 12 “vintage” looking, machine embroidered placemats with scalloped edges and coordinating “vintage” cloth napkins. Napkins made, placemats made and are being bound.
    3. pillowcases for our 3 daughters in medieval princess fabric.

    and which need to be sandwiched between hosting Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve *and* Christmas Day. Yes, we are so lucky to be centrally geographically located that we get to host all the big holidays. ::sigh::

  53. I would love your scraps!

  54. Janet K says:

    I need to finish a baby quilt, some zipper pouches, 2 softies from Wee Wonderfuls, and now some “Grocery Bags” to gift wrap in (see Sew Mama Sew! for details). Thanks for the great giveaway!

  55. Karen W. says:

    I am trying to finish a quilt for my son and his bride to be. It doesn’t need to be done before April, but I’d love to have it finished by Christmas. Thanks for the scrap giveaway.

  56. Wendy says:

    Scraps! I just love scraps as you can do so much with them. Currently I am trying to finish up some handmade Christmas gifts along with a quilt for the new grandbaby due any day now. Thanks for the opportunity to win some scraps….

  57. Julie says:

    I would love to win! thanks for the chance

  58. Carol McClendon says:

    Love your blog! Just found it and will be on here alot. I would love some more scraps. I have a table runner that I would love to finish soon , and long term a double wedding ring and then another antique pattern called friendship tile, which uses tiny pieces and I am hand piecing it.

  59. I LOVE scraps!! I have 2 quilts that I need to make for 2 of our grandsons. Plus, I would liek to get an advent calendar done…eventually.

  60. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Billie

  61. Jeane says:

    I make small Christmas gifts that I know I will get finished. On my list this year are Mug Rugs, Micro finger mitts. Your scraps are making me drool! Thanks for the giveaway.

  62. Debora says:

    I would love your scraps! I am making 5 quilts for Christmas gifts this year! Two quilt tops are finished and off to my quilter lady and only 3 more to go! One for each of my grandchildren and one for each of my daughters and one for my Mother!! The kicker is that 3 of them have to be shipped to Australia in time for Christmas!!! I have to get sewing!!!!:):)

  63. Susan H says:

    Trying to finish a baby blanket before the baby gets here! Would love a chance to win your scraps. Thanks!

  64. Sarita says:

    What fun!! 🙂
    I am trying to finish a king-sized hand-quilted Bear Paw quilt for a good friend. I HAVE to finish it by Christmas, because I have another king-sized hand-quilted quilt for another friend’s birthday in March! They might actually be pretty meet-able deadlines if I hustle (which hardly ever happens!).
    Thanks,
    Sara

  65. Brenda says:

    I am trying to finish up a couple of penny rugs and a lap quilt before Christmas. Anything else will be a bonus!

  66. Shari says:

    I’m madly trying to finish a secret santa swap quilt. My posting deadline is Nov 25. It’s coming together beautifully and I’m so excited for my swap partner – I think she is just going to love it!

  67. laura says:

    I have big dreams of making a handmade Christmas this year. We have a new granddaughter that I want to make another quilt for, two daughters that I want to make key chains and purses, 4 sisters…..um… pillows? I know the list is too long but I love to make gifts. I also am considering making some wool felted ornaments. Sigh!

  68. Katy says:

    I absolutely love the big scrappy quilt you made that Jodi shared… gorgeous!

    caitlindevlin@hotmail.com

  69. LindaW says:

    I have a Christmas quilt I am trying to finish, would like to make some potholders and tissue holders for gifts and a doll quilt for a granddaughter.

  70. Patricia Price says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite to make, but none of mine compare to the fabulous scrap quilt you made with all those tiny blocks. It’s breathtaking; wish I could see it in person.

    Best wishes,
    Patty

  71. Linda says:

    Love the scraps – please add me into your Giveaway. I’ve so many projects to finish beofe Christmas it makes my head hurt! Two baby quilts to finish, 2 lap quilts to make(not yet started!), 2 tote bags and two dolls quilts! Gosh, is it possible????

  72. Peggi says:

    My main project is to try to find my cutting table. It’s there somewhere! LOL

    Seriously, though, I want to finish some small quilts which will be donated to my vet or a local animal shelter.

  73. Amy says:

    The list of projects is growing ridiculous right now-oy! Right now I am working on I Spy’s (3 to be exact) for the kiddos…scrap buckets made out of scraps of fabric-so it would be awesome to have more scraps to add that project! What a generous giveaway!

  74. Maree Butler says:

    I don’t know about finishing as I have yet to start it but I want to make my bestus friend a snowman tree skirt for before Christmas so I had best get started!!!!!! Ciao

  75. Barbara says:

    a quilt for my husband – oh woe is me

  76. Pat says:

    I would love to add those scraps to my collection. I have discovered scrap quilting in the last 2 months and can’t stop making them. I just finished a quilt from the Quiltville website that is queen size and is in the process of getting quilted. I have started a lap top for my son that is half done and again scrappy pattern from Sally Schneider’s scrap book. Scrap sewing is almost like sewing with free fabric!

  77. Susan G says:

    I’m trying to finish a tree skirt, a table topper for a Secret Santa swap and 12 wristlets for co-workers Christmas gifts. Wonderful giveaway – I love scraps!

  78. Kelly O. says:

    I am trying to begin and finish two lap quilts and a doll quilt before Christmas.
    the doll quilt is for my daughter and I could make in one night but I seem to keep putting it off because it’ll “just take a sec” to finish…. problem is, if I don’t start it it won’t get done–I’d better get on it 🙂

    I’d love some scraps to use to make it–feel free to draw my name to win your scraps 😀

  79. Jackie Celestine says:

    I love the scrappy look. Hmmm……I am trying to finish a scrappy star quilt, pillowcases for niece, nephews, son and daughter……and a few retro aprons for Christmas. Thanks for sharing your treasures!

  80. Jane says:

    Here is the great thing I am DONE!! Thank you so much for this chance, scraps are the best!

  81. Carrie says:

    Ooo, I just love scrappy quilts! Thx for the giveaway 🙂

  82. Dianne says:

    Oh, I just love all of your scraps! Thanks so much for a chance to win them! The one thing that I HAVE to get finished before December is a quilt to put on my dinner table. I have everything that I need, I just need to find the time to get going on it! 🙂

  83. Judy says:

    I have 2 crazy patched handkerchief sachets I am desperately trying to finish for my 2 sisterinlaws for christmas.

  84. Angela says:

    I need to finish a my postage stamp quilt and my spinning stars quilt and quilt double delight. Then I have a carolina chain and starlight quilt that both need borders. I guess I should get to work on those?

  85. Deborah says:

    I have twin daughters 33-years old. One never asks for anything. Ever. Well, she saw a photo of a calendar quilt wall hanging. Paper-pieced. Nah…I took two classes and HATED paper-piecing. But she wanted that calendar quilt. And instead of having it as a wall hanging, she wanted it as a lap quilt. So…….I told her I must love her A LOT, and I’ve started on this journey to do this paper-pieced calendar quilt for her. (Now why in the world anybody would want to cover up with a “calendar” is beyond me!). I’ve come out of my “comfort zone” (since I HATE paper-piecing), and have started on these darn monthly blocks. I’ve now completed 9 of them and have 3 to go. I’ll finish them this weekend, and then she has to select the fabric she wants for the sashing, border, backing and binding. And with all the fun I’ve had paper-piecing this thing (NOT!), I’ll probably be very selective before I do another project for someone. Maybe I’d like paper-piecing if i was a smaller size and not this 8-1/2″ X 11″ size I’ve made. Thanks for your generosity in participating in this giveway. Someone is going to be ecstatic when they find out they’ve won.

  86. Jenny says:

    thanks for a chance…i need to make a few more stockings before Christmas…just finished the holiday fabric garland…its so cute!

  87. Alison says:

    Ohh. So much to finish. Have managed a tiny bit of time in front of the sewing machine the last 2 days, and finished some wonderfully simple scrap pin cushions. These are going to 5 crafty friends and 2 nieces.
    Have several bags under construction and 3 frame purses, still to be framed. Both are great repositories for scraps.
    Love your competition. Thank you for the chance to enter.
    Regards,
    Alison

  88. Vicki says:

    I would love the chance to win some scraps!
    Thank you!

  89. Andrea says:

    Whew – too many projects on the holiday list! Quilt for each nephew and some stuffed chairs for my boys. That just tops the list 😉 Thanks for the great give away!

  90. Astrid says:

    Look at all that yummy scrap! What a generous giveaway! I’m currently working on some small Christmas gifts, which I have to finish this week (going abroad next week), won’t have much time for any bigger projects before Christmas. But next year… oooh – have to attack all the UFO’s! 🙂

  91. Cheryl says:

    I need to finish 2 “quillows” for my nieces for Christmas. I made one Tinkerbell, now I need to finish 2 Disney Princess quillows.

  92. Sandy A says:

    I love scraps! Love the little froggie fabric, and I think I saw a 30’s repro in there…..YUMMY!

  93. Phyllis says:

    I’m trying to finish up my sons bed quilt, some embellished hand towels and a couple of baby quilts. That will probably be it until 2011. Thanks for the chance to win your scraps.

  94. Linda says:

    Wow that is some gorgeous quilt made up of all those fabrics. I could use some more scraps to add to my stash. I’m working on a charm quilt, a pineapple quilt and looks like a new baby nephew is on the way so another quilt in the making.

  95. Jocelyn says:

    Love scraps! I am trying to finish up a couple of table runners, and a baby quilt. Thanks for sharing.

  96. Cecilia says:

    I’m working on hand quilting a quilt for my son which I hope to give to him for Christmas. He is getting married this Saturday and winning your scraps would make me forget about all the things I need to finish. 🙂 Thanks for the giveawayl.

  97. danielle says:

    wow beautiful- thanks for a great giveaway : )

  98. Sara says:

    How generous of you! I am trying to finish 3 (half-finished) purses and some hoodies for my son for Christmas.

  99. Heather says:

    I am working on my first quilt, and I would love to get it done for my son’s 2nd birthday (early December). I doubt it happens, but maybe!

  100. raz says:

    I’m working on a baby quilt and I want to get a bunch of little clutch bags and mug rugs made up for friends. I also want to start working on hexagons. Thank you for hosting a nice little giveaway!

  101. Kathy in TX says:

    I am finishing up the binding on a quilt for my ds and ddil. Then I need to finish up a couple of tote bags and bookmarks. So much sewing so little time.

  102. annmarie says:

    I’ve had a box of t-shirts from my marathon runner brother-in-law under my bed for 2 years. They recently moved to a condo & my sister writes they would really like that t-shirt quilt for the spare bedroom. Sooooo… I’ve got the shirts cut & fused to interfacing – they are all different sizes so I need to come up with a plan & get going on the sashings. Keeping my fingers crossed that I’ll have it done for a xmas present.

  103. Kathy says:

    I love your songs/poems. I look forward to your blogs whenever I see a new one on my igoogle page!

  104. Linda gerig says:

    I have a quilt that I started a long time ago that has snowman on it. I think it was four years ago just before my son got sick and I never finished it. maybe this year. Linda Gerig

  105. lorene says:

    I just love your quilts! I am a scrappy kind of girl too! what am I working on? all year long I have been working on christmas quilts. at thanksgiving I will be giving every family – we have 5 kids, plus parents, MIL, siblings on both sides – all coming here. I have one more to quilt!!! other than that, I always have one or two scrappy quilts in the works. so your scraps would be coming to a very good home! thanks for putting my name in the hat!

    Lorene

  106. Carol in E TN says:

    Would love to win your scraps. I am working on 2 covers for Kitchen Aid mixers for Christmas!

  107. What aren’t I working on is the question ! A Thanksgiving quilted runner, A Christmas quilted runner, a new tree skirt, pet stockings & potholders…and that’s just the start of my list 🙂

  108. Maeve says:

    I’m working on a small Christmas quilt (only binding left to do), some table runners, and hope to make some mug rugs and pot holders for little gifts. Scraps would definitely make these small projects much more interesting. I have a purse pattern I want to make for myself too, and it is best made with scraps of all sorts. I’m hoping to win one of these scrap packs! Thanks.

  109. PeachRainbow says:

    I have ti finish a baby quilt and hope to make some crochet booties as well!
    Thanks for the chance.

  110. Oh – enlarged the photo – that froggie fabric would HOP fantastically with something I have – oh, the berries, hmm some travel fabs??? What a treasure trove.

  111. MoeWest says:

    I would love to have some of your scraps, since I don’t have that many yet!

  112. Alia says:

    Hi! I just love the quilt that PH featured! It looks so like the top I just finished two weeks ago. I am in the process of adding another row as it is for my son for Christmas and he is growing like a weed (almost 12). Please come by my blog and see it at:
    http://coffeebeansdailies.blogspot.com/2010/11/stash-busting-progress-2.html and please feel free to have a look around. I have cleaned out my scrap basket and have divided into three categories: 1. Large chunks 2. 2.5″ squares and 3. 2″ squares! I found Jodi at PH and have been inspired! It is great to see so many ladies into their scraps! Yay!!

  113. Christine says:

    would love to add to my scraps by winning some more…I’m working on a scrap quilt!!

  114. Janet says:

    Aside from my swap items, Christmas blocks, Christmas swaps etc., I’m trying to finish an I spy quilt (almost finished the quilting), a table runner (ditto), gloves, an apron, and a slew of other things I haven’t decided upon yet. I’d love to win your scraps.

  115. Deb says:

    Sign me up for scraps!!! 🙂

  116. elena says:

    Beautiful scraps!! Is it open to international readers? If so count me in please 😀
    If I win I would like to make a scrap quilt.
    Fingers crossed
    Thanks for a great giveaway.

  117. Chris says:

    I am a college student – new sewer – would love to win! I am making some book covers, coffee cozies and a baby quilt! Thanks!

  118. Colleen says:

    Lovely of you to share your scraps.
    I am making bedside book holders, crayon rollups, camera straps and one picnic quilt and an apron for the holidays!

  119. Joan says:

    Wonderful scraps that would help me make up a scrappy star quilt. I love scrap quilts and can’t seem to throw away even a square inch of anything myself! 🙂

  120. Moon says:

    I’m trying to finish my first ever quilt (!) for my momma before Christmas comes. Eeeek!

  121. KT says:

    I have lots of projects I’m trying to finish up–my first quilt that is to be a wall hanging (just needs binding!), a quilted pillow for my big brother, slippers and a pot holder for my mom, a dress for my daughter’s American Girl doll, and ornaments for everyone in the family. I’m sure there are other things too–like the curtains for my son’s room….
    Thanks for the chance to win some scraps! I would like to make a scrappy doll quilt for my daughter similar to the baby one you made.

  122. jackie says:

    Cards! am so behind on my holiday cards.

  123. Those scraps are so fun! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

  124. Ellen Bernhardt says:

    ohhhhh, i would love those scrap fabrics to make a beautiful quilt…… thanks for helping us out!

  125. THERESAW says:

    I hope to get a wall hanging called Borealis finished before Christmas. I would love to win a box of scraps because the only quilts I make anymore are very scrappy.

  126. Amy says:

    I love scraps! I would love to get some new ones to quilt with! Thanks!

  127. dawn says:

    Right now I’m trying to finish some placemats to match my Christmas table runner. I wasn’t planning on doing to much sewing for Christmas this year (too many wedding quilts in the making) but I love the mug rugs and I will make a birthday gift for a little one that has a Christmas birthday!

  128. Carrie P. says:

    thanks for a chance to win your scraps. I am trying to finish a Christmas tree skirt that I made last year. Just have the binding to do.

  129. Kathy says:

    Those are gorgeous scraps…how can you part with them?!?
    But if you are willing to give them, I am happily willing to sew them into a quilt 🙂 Thank you for your generosity!
    For Christmas, I just have to sew up 14 pillowcases…no quilts to finish this year.

  130. Before Christmas is over, I have to finish a secret Christmas gift quilt and a gift afghan. I also have plans to make three purses for gifts, and a reversible cover for a small table in my living room. Plus, I’ve signed up for the Dream Rocket project, and I have to finish that too. I’d also like to make a stash of mug-rugs for gifts. Somehow, I’m thinking I won’t have time! 😀

    ~ Meagan
    SnippetsAndYarns at gmail dot com

  131. Sharon says:

    Oh I love scraps.

  132. Brenda says:

    I would love to win some of your scraps. i love love scraps!

  133. Donna says:

    I’m trying to finish place mat sets for my kids (the scraps would really help in finishing them) and I am working on a lap quilt for my oldest (I’m using scraps from all the clothing I made for her when she was little). So you can see that I love scraps. You can have so much fun with them!

  134. cheri says:

    I love your scraps. I’m working on a scrappy quilt now. Would love to include some of yours!

  135. I am sewing 7 quilts for Christmas Eve gifts using just scraps! All for my nieces, nephews & daughters.

  136. rebecca huff says:

    love the giveaway! you’re an amazing scrap quilter!

  137. wendy says:

    What am I trying to finish before Christmas? Are you ready for this?
    Forever friends cross stitch to be a drawstring bag
    Cushion with embroidery
    photo frame appliqued
    appliqued alphabet chart
    basketweave scarf
    set of coasters x 2
    notebooks x 6
    bookmarks x 6
    set of placemats
    caffetiere cosy
    set of tea towels x 2
    oven gloves
    bag x 2
    knitted frog
    knitted bear
    crocheted hat
    memo board
    sets of decoupaged pencils
    birthday books x 2
    bath bombs

    This is just the start of the list!!

  138. Carrie says:

    Ooo! Pick me! I love scraps!

  139. Michelle says:

    I am trying to finish up 3 quilts before Christmas. One for me and one for my brother and sister. Thanks for the giveaway.

  140. Marilyn says:

    I would love some of your scraps. I am trying to finish 2 quilts for my 3 year old grandsons, 3 aprons, and some bags. I hope they all get done. Thanks for the give away.

  141. Cassey says:

    I would love a chance to win your scraps! I have so many projects I would like to finish before Christmas…I would like to make 4 nap mats for my nieces and nephews, a baby quilt for my newest niece (who hasn’t joined us yet), a lap quilt for a grandparent, finish 3 other quilts that need to be quilted, and (now after you reading your earlier post about the remembrance ornaments) make 5 ornaments for all of my cousins.

  142. sandrinha says:

    I am trying to finish some little quilt for kids in Brazil, but the economic situation does not give me opportunity for that. So I have some projects to finish but not enough fabrics for that.
    my email meglitle@hotmail.com my blog http://www.brasilhawaii.com
    I am follower.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

  143. Laura M says:

    I have one swap project to complete (hand quilting), and then pick and make several teacher gifts. The teacher gifts will be a lot easier to finish when I can figure out what I want to make!

  144. Beth B says:

    Love scraps and scrap quilts! I am trying ti finish a quilt for my grandson.

  145. Cathie says:

    I have 3 charity lullaby quilts to finish. I just love trying new patterns so I start another before I finish the last one!

  146. I’m making corn bags today to keep feet warm. I’ve also got plans for stockings, maybe some mittens, a skirt for my daughter, an apron for my son, a dress for my little girl, and who knows what else I’ll have time for!

    It’s a homemade handmade heartmade Christmas at Harvest Lane Cottage this year!

  147. Paula says:

    I’m hoping to finish my Tokyo Subway Map Quilt-Along (Oh Fransson!) before Christmas, so I can give it to our best friends. It’s sort of scrappy. I love your postage stamp quilt! I’m thinking of doing ginger monkey’s Scrap Vomit – it uses loooottts of little squares too! Thank you for the giveaway!

  148. penny says:

    Wow lovely fabrics. I’m new to quilting and on the last leg of my first patchwork. It’s rather an addictive hobby!

  149. Penny Dominici says:

    I think the Girls’ Club deserves some scraps. I’ll share with them if I win. Thanks, Penny

  150. Lovely scraps!!
    I have about a million things I would like to get finished or that I will most likely start (because I always have way too many projects going on at once-I am very easily distracted!!) but I am hoping to actually get at least a baby quilt for my cousin quilted and bound, a quilt for my baby sister quilted and bound, new curtains and a duvet cover made for my bedroom/bathroom, a Christmas mug rug made (for a swap I am doing as a member of the Atlanta Modern Quilt Guild), a Christmas quilt/item for all of my sisters (I have three) and my mother, grandmother, mother in law and grandmother in law made. (Which I haven’t even started yet…I guess I have a busy month and a half ahead of me!!)

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  152. Pam E. says:

    I’m trying to make a baby quilt for a baby soon to be born, make a pincushion for my sister’s birthday coming right up, and finish up a small quilt for a Secret Santa Exchange I’m signed up for. I’ve already got some other quilty items finished, thank goodness. I think I’ll make all my deadlines! Hope I win your give-away.

    Pam E. – Las Vegas

  153. Katie says:

    I am trying to finish a table runner for my MIL. Better get cracking!

  154. Maria says:

    I would love to win your scraps. I have many gifts to make and they all have to come from my stash since I have no money to spend on anything. My favorite projects are the ones where I go through the projects my mother had started before she died, finding a way to finish them, and then gifting them to her grandchildren. Enjoyed reading your blog.

  155. Kylie says:

    We drew names for Christmas this year so I’ve finished up my Christmas projects, but my sister is having her first child this spring so I have all sorts of baby stuff to make including an attic window quilt.

  156. B. Anna says:

    I didn’t even know that one could win such marvelous giveaways; blogs are so much fun. I am new to the sewing world. I have been wanting to sew since I was a little girl. My husband got me a sewing machine recently and I am constantly seeking new projects to play with. My two sons are ten years apart (11 years old and a 12 month old baby), I want to make a blanket for each of them this Christmas. I also want to help them make their own Christmas stockings and ornaments for the tree; starting a new tradition in our family. I want to sew up a tie for my husband and purses for my three sisters and our mom. I have no fabric collections in my drawers currently, but this win would certainly help make me wish list come true for my family. Thanks for allowing me to play. Good luck to everyone. I cannot wait to see who wins this one.

  157. amy says:

    I would love a chance to win the pretty scraps.thank you,Amy

  158. Rhonda Davis says:

    Just started quilting in July. Wanted to make this year the year that I used fabric for Christmas gifts. I am working on wall hangings, table toppers, mug rugs, lap quilts….and now I have discovered this whole new SCRAP type projects that I just have to dabble into. Your color assortment looks sooo fun!

    Thanks for this giveaway opportunity!

  159. Lina says:

    Can your scraps please come and play with my scraps? Thank you for the giveaway.
    snuginmyden@yahoo.com

  160. Shannon Margaret Brott says:

    I am currently working on 2 projects…wait scratch that 3 projects… Christmas Bibs/New Years Bibs, A quilt for a very special lady, and some cute mug rugs for Christmas meal this year that I am hosting…My goal is to make 15 mug rugs and placemats for everyone that will be eating here….. 🙂

  161. Sherri I says:

    These scraps are great. Thanks for the chance to win them!

  162. Laura Hinckley says:

    I’d like to enter your contest…For christmas I am trying to finish a wall hanging…My mother died August 14th of this year in Hospice…I had each one of the nurses sign a block that took care of her …and the center will be a picture of my mom …out of fabric that she wore while in Hospice…my dad said her night gown was soft and pretty …so I am using a parts of it in the wall hanging ….I’m also trying but may not finish a memory quilt for him so he always has her hugging him out of clothes she wore. After 54 years of marriage …He’s having a hard time without her.
    Thank you for allowing me to enter.
    Laura Hinckley

  163. June says:

    A box of scraps! Perfect for the zipper pouches I’d like to make for my daughter’s teachers for the holidays!

  164. Carlie says:

    Who couldn’t use more fabric!? I have granddaughters who love fabric and are learning to sew. Scraps are great…thanks for the chance to win some!!!

  165. Nancy Goldstein says:

    I would be delighted to win your scraps!!!

  166. Barb Johnson says:

    Finish before the holidays? LOL! I have so many projects on the go that I may finish by Christmas 2020! But seriously, I have a baby quilt and a big sister quilt that are going to go to my next door neighbor’s new baby and his big sister.

  167. Sue says:

    Thanks for this chanced to win some scraps. I love scrap quilts so this is just great.
    I have so many things I am trying to finish up for the holidays, between quilting, knitting and mini’s and a couple of things I haven’t even started yet.

  168. Bridget says:

    I am working on a Christmas quilt for my new daughter-in-law. It has penguins and Christmas trees. I just put the first border on today.

  169. Laurie says:

    just finished up two 10 Minute Table Runners for a friends’ new home…have an Advent Wallhanging that needs to be finished up sooner than later! the list goes on 🙂

  170. Marcia W. says:

    I’m a relatively new quilter with few scraps. I want to make a charm tumbler lap quilt for a widow raising her grandson (her son has passed away too) who is facing her third bout of cancer (the 3rd type). She is in my Sunday school class. This is the Christmas project that I would like to do – but lack the variety of scraps to do it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  171. Diane says:

    I am trying to finish a quilt that will go on the back of our sofa that is blocks of hand embroidered red work old time Santa’s that are embellished withe beads and stuff. And then to make some cute scrapbooks for granddaughters that fold up. Besides get our house back in order as we resided and new windows and the job is still 2 weeks out from being completed.

  172. Jill says:

    I am trying to finish before christmas a quilt i am doing for a family friend. She had these very old blocks that belonged to a family member and wanted them in a quilt she could enjoy. This will not be a christmans gift, but I have had these blocks for a year and it will feel so good to give this completed quilt to her

  173. Texana says:

    Oh, my list of what I have to finish before Christmas is sooooo long, but I would find time to add a new project or two if I win those gorgeous scraps!

  174. Donna DuMouchel says:

    I am trying to finish up a “Crabapple” quilt to celebrate my son’s upcoming college graduation on Dec. 15. This is made more difficult by the fact I’ll lose a week’s sewing time when we go on a week-long cruise to Acapulco! (I know, everyone feels SO sorry for me.) After we return I have 3 purses, one pillowcase, an apron, and half a dozen shopping bags to make for Christmas.

    If I can just figure out how to sew in my sleep I know I can get it all done …

  175. LouAnn says:

    I’m making a Christmas wall hanging. Thanks for the chance to win!

  176. Debbie Pruitt says:

    Im making Christmas tabletoppers and new to quilting. I joined a club and the first quilt we tackled was a very challenging project called “Names of Jesus” which I just finished the top. It taught me patience and got me hooked.

  177. Patti Wachowiak says:

    Gotta love the chance for more scraps! Thanks for the chance!

  178. Patricia S says:

    In early September my husband’s cousin visited with his new Sweetie. Lil wanted to see my work, so she got a viewing of my (too) many UFOs. A few weeks ago Bob came back and asked me to make a queen-sized version of my paper pieced NY Beauty wallhanging……he wants to give it to Lil for Christmas!!!! So I’m now knee deep in piles of torn paper piecing scraps and madly trying to fulfill his wish. I sure would prefer it to be your fabric scraps!!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  179. I am the scrap QUEEN in my guild, and I would love a chance to win!

  180. Gill watson says:

    I love scraps!
    I’m making mugrugs, aprons and pegbags for Christmas!
    Gill

  181. Tina Hansen says:

    I’d like to finish 3 charity quilts for the “Downey Quilts for Kids” and a star quilt for my sister. Thanks for the opportunity to win your scraps.

  182. Bernice says:

    Well, I’ve got my King-sized Irish Chain quilt to finish and also a table runner. I don’t know if either of them will be done by Christmas though (especiall if I’m spending my time looking at quilting blogs!)

  183. Amanda Starr says:

    Awesome, thanks for the chance. Right now all I’m trying to finish is my book for The Sketchbook Project which is all needle felted, taking much longer than I thought…

  184. Jenny says:

    Lovely scraps that would get a lot of love and care at my place 🙂
    I’ve just finished a Happy Birthday banner for my sons first birthday. Now I plan to make one for his cousins as a Christmas gift. Instead of making three I thought I’ll make a solution so they can change name (they’re three kids in the family). http://tankaromtyg.mittspejs.se/P3093754
    All the best, Jenny

  185. Ann Topham says:

    I would love a chance to win your scraps. Thank you for the opportunity.

  186. Amy says:

    No, no, no….you need to give those scraps to ME because I’m new to quilting and don’t even have a stash to brag about yet! lol. Please? I’ll take good care of them and repay you with pictures. 🙂

  187. shayray says:

    Scraps. I am new to quilting and have 3 quilts in varying stages. Two of them are holiday gifts. Love it!!

  188. Debra says:

    As a new quilter I don’t think anyone would appreciate any gifts I make. Scraps are very good learning tools though. Thaks for the chance!

  189. Cheri says:

    I have a t-shirt quilt in my head with the T-shirts in a big paper sack that I want to finish for my youngest daughter for Christmas…this Christmas.

  190. Lisa says:

    Nice scraps! My gifts for the holidays include two wall hangings (9 patch pizzaz with oriental fabrics) and an autumn/Thanksgiving runner with insulbright (leaves). ~~Lisa

  191. Ginette Rostedt says:

    Love those scraps. Next quilts is a log cabin and there can never be too many fabrics!

  192. marcia tipton says:

    I would love to win these scraps! I am new to quilting and need scraps. I have 2 projects started that I need to finish by Christmas and your scrap giveaway would help to launch a new project!

  193. Mary says:

    I love scraps; most of my stash is scraps. I have to finish a quilt-as-you-go cat quilt for my daughter, which I began many months ago. Oh, and other daughter wants one too – so I’d better start! I just need to find some secret time to work on them, to make a nice xmas surprise.

  194. Evie Daniel says:

    WONDERFUL!!! I love the colors, I am trying to build a fabric stash and the scraps would be wonderful to win. Thanks for having the contest. I like reading the comments about what people are making. I myself am a new grandma and another on the way so the scraps would be terrific for quilts and clothes.

  195. Dawn Thompson says:

    I would love to give your scraps a good home in my string nap quilt!

  196. Marilyn W says:

    Trying to get a winter deer quilt (royal blues and chocolate browns) quilt finished for my 14 year old son. He help design the layout. I’ve gotten the most luxurious Chocolate brown fleece to back it with.

    I can’t wait.

  197. Mendy says:

    My eight year-old daughter and I have been looking at your site for new ideas. She started to sew in 4-H last year and did very well. She started quilting about 2 months ago and is loving it. She is working on a self designed pieced flower pillow to match her new room and is loving it!
    Thanks for the great ideas! We both learning new things from others.

  198. Rose Meyer says:

    I would love to win your “scraps”. I am making towel sets (bath towel, hand towel, washcloth) for my 5 grandkids for Christmas with designs picked by each of them. So far I only know what 2 of them want to be embroidered onto their towels. I have to finish up some quilt squares for a swap that need to go by the end of November. And of course there are some other items such as ornaments, embroidered tp and hand towels for some xmas gifts. And I’m sure I will think of some other items I would like to gift. Thanks for the scrap giveaway even if I don’t win (I never expect and that way I’m not disappointed) I figure I’ve already won by learning of another blog which I can visit to get ideas from!

  199. katieQ says:

    I will be finishing a tree skirt that I started last year, a tea cozy, table runner, and a baby quilt that is VERY overdue. Why is it that other people’s scraps always look more interesting than our own.

  200. Karen Eggleston says:

    I am trying to finish a fall table runner for my daughter’s table. I just found charm squares on ebay. And jelly rolls. Sew much fun!

  201. Debbie says:

    Thank you for the blog and the giveaway.

  202. Mary Beth Porch says:

    I need to finish a small quilt that is going to a children’s hospital and I have a patriotic table runner that I started last summer and it is time to get it done! But… I would love some scraps to start a new project!

  203. Dawn says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…would love to win the scraps! Many blessings, Dawn

  204. Heidi says:

    I’d love to win your scraps. The biggest project I’d love to try and finish by christmas is a queen size quilt top.

  205. Leslie Schmidt says:

    As a fellow Minnesotan, that was a rude awakening this morning, wasn’t it? I am trying to finish up some felt Christmas ornaments for my (adult) kids along with some dish drying mats for them. If I set my sights low enough, I should be able to get them done!

  206. Cindy Emerson says:

    Sign me up for the scraps giveaway. I hope to get a couple of mug rugs and a couple of scrappy purses/totes done before the holidays. Thanks for giving us a chance.

  207. Jean says:

    I make nothing but scrappy quilts! I love scraps!

  208. Shelley C says:

    That scrap buster quilt along is fun. I’m not doing this first one now because of the business of the holidays, but I hope to jump on board later. I’m anxious to see what other scrap happy patterns she has for us!

  209. Michelle says:

    I appreciate the chance to win some beautiful fabric scraps. I’ve sewed for much of my life, slowed way down as my kids hit their early 20s and just made my first quilt this past year. So my stash is tiny. Winning this glorious color mixture would give me options for playing and learning. However it works out, thank you for the encouragement to keep my creative brain open and learning.

    Michelle
    in seattle

  210. Deb says:

    I’ve never made anything scrappy but I would love to win these scraps so I could!! Thanks for the chance.

  211. umbrellalady says:

    Hi not sure where you are but it is 9:32pm my time – just noticed your scrap giveaway but have enjoyed reading your blog as well. I am desperately trying to complete 3 tablerunners, a scrap quilt and another lap quilt before Christmas. The tablerunners use scraps – so these would be awesome to get!
    Have a great week!

  212. Margaret says:

    Trying to finish up a large quilt for my daughter, hand quilting!! Thanks for the chance to win, scrap quilts are my favorite!

  213. Taylorbunch says:

    Sad to say… but I still need to decide what projects to do for the holidays 😦

  214. Patti says:

    Me too, I love scraps.

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