Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day is Here!

Welcome! I luurrvvve Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. I have won something each and every time I have participated! How exciting is it to receive a package of craftiness in your mailbox? It doesn’t get much better, I know.

I’m going to make this simple for you. I am giving away a pack of fat quarters and remnants for all of your small Christmas sewing projects, perhaps. To enter, simply leave a comment on my blog by following the directions in the Rafflecopter form below. That’s it. There are other ways to enter, but commenting is all you need to do! And, if you’re looking to advertise your blog or business, I am also running an ad space giveaway here. It’s low entry right now (ends 12/4).

Giveaway ends December. 7, 2012 at 7pm CT.

Enjoy, good luck, and don’t forget to check out more giveaways on Sew Mama Sew.

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  1. Gerbina says

    2 apple potholders over the weekend & a pair of curtains almost finished…now I can start with some small christmas presents, bags, toys etc

  2. Dawn P says

    The last thing I finished was a Monster quilt for my nephew. Am currently working on a felt stocking for myself. Thanks!

  3. says

    The last thing I made is my first ever quilt! It’s my Christmas present to my son who’s 3-I used some really cute fabric with Spot (the dog from the board books) and some Kona solids in primary colors and black, and it turned out really cool I think!

  4. Becky Greene says

    I made about five key fobs last night for Christmas presents. I also created quite a mess of sinner tonight, but that is a different subject altogether – ha ha! Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. Jodi Robertson says

    An angel wall hanging in Red work hand embroidery and Hexi applique for my mother for her angel collection – I gave it to her this last weekend for Advent. It is my first hexi’s my first quilt binding and my first wall hanging and amazingly it all worked pretty well.

  6. Carla G says

    I finished an octagon shaped quilted table runner! My first time putting binding on and it worked! :) I’ve also been knitting ruffle scarves for gifts! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  7. Barbara Orozco says

    I’m working on a set of two identical Helix quilts from Emily Herrick’s book “Geared for Guys”
    Last thing I made: a girl’s bag as a birthday gift.

  8. says

    The last thing I created was a Regency Jacket for a period costume day. You can see it on my blog. Am currently creating zipped purses for xmas presents. Love the giveaway

  9. Ana Espada says

    I’m working on scarves, flower pins, clutches and tote bags. They will be my christmas presents to my family and friends.

  10. says

    Does it have to be a finish, or just something I’m working on? ;-) Because there’s always something in the works. Yesterday, I created the applique to cover the marker my 2-year-old decided to decorate a mini quilt with!

  11. Sarah says

    These fabrics are so pretty! I’ve been making itty bitty crochet heart tree decorations in as many colours as I can. I’m pretty happy with them.

  12. Judith says

    I finished matching quilts for my granddaughters just this afternoon. Way ahead of schedule too, but they were just so cute that I hated to stop working on them.

  13. Lisa McGriff says

    Last night I created a plate of cookies for my Christmas (work) party. Tonight I will create a SpongeBob Cake! Thursday night I will continue creating a quilt!

  14. says

    I am loving charms as I am teaching my grand daughters so make quilts..and the cutting is just not up the alley yet! I am alos working on making them all quilts as christmas gifts t his year! But…have my list of ones to start working on day after christmas! Thanks!
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com (or the google one!)

  15. Marilize says

    The last thing I created was paper ornaments for the house earlier this eve. I am bulldozing over my hubby’s Grinchness ;)

  16. chibidani says

    Craftwise, the last thing I made was some quilt blocks.
    The last thing I “created” was Rice Krispie treats with my daughters – we used cookie cutters, and then melted chocolate and sprinkles to make them all decorated and extra yummy!

  17. says

    I’m working on a Sock Monkey Christmas quilt for my youngest. The top is done, need to get it basted. Maybe when he’s at preschool tomorrow…

  18. DebbieKL says

    Three similar skirts – two for my girls and one for my niece. They’re cute (both the skirts and the girls)!

  19. Kay Lemieux says

    I made a no sew fabric snowflake ornament for a friend. It turned out very pretty.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    ktreve(at) hotmail (dot) com

  20. says

    My dinner? Sewing wise cut up all my fabric for a practice bee block. That felt nice. (p.s. did you see that you’re getting spammed in some of the comments?)

  21. djaj says

    the last finished project is a pair of moc-a-soc baby booties knitted for a baby boy to be born in february (I’ve never been ready so soon !)

  22. Kess says

    I’m notoriously bad at finishing projects, but I’m proud to say the last project I finished was re-finishing an old desk I found in my grandmother’s garage. Took quite a while, but it looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

  23. says

    I’m doing a lot of sewing/cross stitching for my Yahoo group, World of Charity Stitching. Just finished up some pillows to be donated to a senior home this month.

  24. annmarie says

    I just finished a charity quilt to be raffled this weekend. I love remnants – thanks for the chance to win some.

  25. jmniffer says

    I just today finished a flannel couch quilt for my son. It should keep him warm and cozy this winter. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

  26. Lori Morton says

    I’m working diligently on Jamma’s for the Kiddo’s & Grankiddo’s now…is a Christmas Tradition…they love it! lol I love findin’ fun flannel every year too! :)

  27. amy says

    currently going mad trying to design this years christmas tree decoration, on take 4 .. having a break and entering giveaways :)

  28. shelly says

    Great giveaway!! I recently finished a quilt top as a surprise for my aunt that I’ve been planning and working on for several years!!

  29. Bethany says

    Our charity quilting group has been working on baby blankets. Today I chose the pattern I would use for a shirt and pants for my little one.