Monday, December 3, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day! - CLOSED


Welcome! It's Giveaway Day over at Sew Mama Sew today! Hop on over to their blog to see all of the goodies that are up for grabs!

And if you're visiting for the first time, I hope you stick around for awhile!

I'm giving away one yard of this out-of-print Heather Ross camper van fabric in pink and a PDF copy of my Market Square Tote Pattern!

Heather Ross Camper Van Fabric in pink - Giveaway!!

The yard of fabric is enough to use for the exterior or the lining of the bag. Or do what I do, and stash this print away for a rainy day!

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To enter the giveaway, leave me a comment with your favorite handmade gift idea(s).
I love to make my gifts, but sometimes I am lacking new ideas!

Giveaway is open to everyone, I will ship international!
The giveaway ends on December 7th at 5pm PST. I will contact the winner by email on or before December 9th.

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This giveaway has closed. Thanks to all who participated!

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Heather D. said...

Honestly I don't do very many handmade gifts. If I do, it's for very close family and so far I've given away quilts, aprons, kitchen items, etc.

doctordestiny_22 said...

I am currently working on three quilts that are wheelchair size for mine and my husband's grandmothers. I love Heather Ross, so thank you for the chance to win! :D
destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melissa said...

I love making quilts for people. Mostly because I love making quilts...but it's also nice to be creating someone with someone in mind!

And omg omg omg I NEED that fabric! Growing up, we had an old VW Bus that we drove around and camped in and even when it was parked in the driveway we played in it! One time we drove it from Pennsylvania to South Carolina for vacation and it had some kind of malfunction and we had to haul it home via U-Haul! haha My dad recently bought another one to fix up since he missed it so much!

Marika said...

Wow seriously ? That's some pretty awesome fabric !

I love to make quilts or pillow covers. I would love to make homemade caramel this year !!

LethargicLass said...

I tend to make kitchen items as I find they are used the most

M. said...

I like to make wallets, or miniature-sized purses for little girls who want to be like mommy :) Oh, and ornaments, always a hit.

Allison C said...

My latest handmades have been softies and animal rattles. Designing your own stuffed animals is fun and a lot easier than what I expected. You can learn from dissecting an older stuffed animal or just by practicing and making adjustments. I ordered the rattle pattern so I can't take credit, but it was really fun and a gift newborns usually don't get handmade.

Archie the wonder dog said...

For children I like the pillowcase and soft toy idea that's in the Zakka book. For grown-ups it's usually some sort of bag...

JuneBug said...

I am currently loving infinity scarves, and I'd love to have time to make a knitted one, or one in a lush corduroy.

Sandra :) said...

I love making zipper bags, so I try to find every excuse to give them as gifts, lol. I try to personalize the fabric or the bag theme to the recipient - one of my favourite recent finishes is a Red Riding Hood bag set for my sister ... *Grammie* :D

Deanna said...

I am making pillow covers for my mom. She knows they are coming, but they are still a gift anyway.
thanks for the giveaway!

Jo said...

I am making pillowcases and coasters this year as gifts, as time is running out fast!

Jennie said...

Oh my gosh - my dad drove a VW van when I was a kid. It had a sunroof that leaked, a heater that only worked in the summer time and random seat belt placement. I LOVE this fabric!

Okay, my go to handmade gift is a bag. I'm working on a Weekender for my mom for Christmas (although she might have to wait until her birthday in April!).

barbara woods said...

i would love to win thanks

~Michelle~ said...

Pillowcases are a fun way to use up your stash QUICKLY! And seriously, who doesn't like a fun pillowcase to spruce up a bed???

Anna said...

I try and find out what the recipient needs or wants, I hate taking my sewing time up making something for someone if they won't use it! Thanks for the give away!

Mama Spark said...

I like to make quilts but sometimes those take too long for a quick gift. Pillow cases are always a hit and take so little time to make. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Lynne said...

lately, handmade gifts consists of treats! I love to make shortbread cookies.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

paulapatchwork said...

I love making cute pincushions fr my sewist friends, lots of scrappy and beloved goodnesses!Tks fr the chance! Happy Holidays!

knottygnome said...

last year i made challah bread for my coworkers and it went over very well.

KD-Quilts said...

I like to make little gift sets with a theme, like new mug, coffee and mug rug.

Marla said...

What a great little prize. I like making potholders for a quick gift or wine totes.

Kelsey said...

Homemade cookies and candies make a great hostess gift :)

Kristy said...

Im making quilts and w
Weekender bags this year, whatever is appropriate for the recipient really

christinaree said...

I love little bags! Can't get enough!

Paskiaq said...

I love to make pouches for all the gadgets people have these days. I also like to make useful things around the kitchen...oven hand mitts and dishtowels that snap on so they don`t fall off the rack. :)

Paskiaq said...

I love to make pouches for all the gadgets people have these days. I also like to make useful things around the kitchen...oven hand mitts and dishtowels that snap on so they don`t fall off the rack. :)

jruminski said...

I usually make jewelry, table runners or placemats.

I love that fabric and I really love camping!!

Amanda K said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I like to make bags or potholders.

Nancy said...

Love this fabric! I really love making Christmas tree skirts, although that is a big gift to give- so you better really love the person you're giving it too! Thanks for sharing.

Leona said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I am a quilter and made quilts for my family for the holidays. I donated four charity quilts this year..

JuliePickles said...

I don't usually do handmade items either. I want to and love to but I always worry about how they'll be received so I get store bought so they can at least return it if they don't want it. I have given in the past though, quilts, purses, pouches, superhero capes for the kids and potholders.

Bailey said...

I like to make totes. I figure you cant have enough

Bailey said...

I like to make totes. I figure you cant have enough

Flaun of I Plead Quilty! said...

I'm always making quilts as gifts, but since that's not a very novel idea, how about a nice envelope clutch/wallet?

Dreaming Monet said...

i am totally swooning here. that fabric is one i've been wanting and never thought i'd get!!!!!!!!

and the bag pattern is awesome too, i've been looking for a bag that can carry larger projects with me.

i like to make eye pillows filled with flaxseed (& organic essential oil) that have quilted slipcovers.

also doing a lot of mini quilts, which i'll set up for hanging.

thanks so so so so so so much for the chance to win!

Katie said...

I make Made by Rae's Buttercup Bag, it only uses a fat quarter which is great. Mini quilts/mug rugs are also quick and good stash busters.

Elizabeth said...

I have been making a lot of zipper pouches this year for gifts!

Katrin said...

I like to make zippered pouches for small gifts and quilts for big gifts. Thanks!

natalie christensen said...

I have been making journal covers from stitched in colors tutorial. They have been really fun to personalize. I love the buses on pink.

Rebecca said...

I only make handmade gifts for very close friends and family, but my go-to items have been zipper pouches and aprons for small gifts and quilts for bigger gifts (usually only for the birth of a new baby, a wedding, anniversary, or a significant birthday). Thanks for the chance to win!!!

tawny_tawny said...

This year, I'm making some simple zip bags and pillow covers for my friends. I've always wanted this fabric- thanks for the chance to win!

Adrianne said...

Such a gorgeous print - you are very generous to give it away! I think small handmade items like oven mitts and hot pads make great gifts - not too difficult or expensive to make and they will actually get used.

Emily {Creative Chicks} said...

I don't do very many handmade gifts bcuz I'm not sure everyone appreciates the time and effort put into it. But with that being said for those time I do give handmade it's zipper pouches for special treasures, pillowcases for kids, and quilts for my family/good friends. For teacher/school gifts I usually make homemade caramel apples.

Kirsten said...

My favourite handmade gifts are cute fabric baskets or pouches as they can be used to hold many things. Thanks for the chance to win,

Melissa Ann said...

Fabric scrap applique matching game cards.

NadineC said...

One of my favorite gifties to make and give are my Shoop-Shoop Bags - a handy little bag meant to corral all those Christmas gift receipts in case they are needed later. But also (in non-Christmas fabric) great for lots of other stuff. Tutorial is on my blog here: http://apronvalleyroad.blogspot.com/2010/10/shoop-shoop-bags-tutorial.html

Gigi said...

I usually make shopping totes that fold into its own little pouch. It's very useful and we can always use another tote, right?

Mermaid Sews said...

Not original, but I love zip pouches, fast, fun and always well received.

Jennifer said...

i love bags - this would be a great gift!

the running hare said...

I absolutely love this fabric. As for gifts, well this year I am madly knitting cowls as Christmas gifts but I have also made some of the noodlehead pouches which are always very useful!

jednoiglec said...

Patchwork pillow cover is always a good gift - I don't know anyone who wouldn't love such gift! But at the same time it's not so quick to make, so... Hmm... Maybe hotpads using fun fabrics would be better idea? Some fun pinups by Alexander Henry or other novelty prints?

PS. I still cannot believe my eyes... Yard of HR vans and a pattern? Fabulous giveaway!

Heather said...

:swoon: I <3 this fabric so much! I'm currently making handmade pillow cases and aprons as gifts. I try to make as much as possible every year.

Ebeth said...

Thanks for the chance- the fabric is so cute! I limit how many handmade gifts I make so I can do something like cross stitch. Tea towels are super cute and easy though!
Elizabeth
Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

Sara said...

I like to make personalized dresses, pillows, etc.

Beth said...

Great fabric and bag! This year I've been making lots of table runners for gifts.

PippaP said...

this year its keychains and zipper purses

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

aprons, embellished tea towels, uhmm.. i don't know that's what i'm making this year

Francine said...

Yay, I just bought your market tote pattern a month ago lol! This is the first year I'm sewing gifts - they'll be fleece pj pants for all my kiddos!

Katie said...

Most of my gifts are for kids. This year I'm making cloth diapers for my daughter's dolls. And t-shirts for my husband.

gosewyourself said...

I'm not brave enough to make handmade gifts. I don't think I will make them until I am more confident about my sewing.

Emily Isley said...

I just made Christmas buntings for my kids' teachers. I run out of ideas too!
ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net

Kim said...

My favorite handmade gifts are bags & quilts. I made purse type bags for the women and tote bags for the kids. I don't do a lot of sewing for gifts for men, so I don't have any ideas there. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tiffany said...

This year I'm doing goody baskets with baked goods, table runners, potholders, and a quilt. For fast gifts I do a candle (handmade by my aunt!) and potholders/hotpads. So far I haven't had a bad reaction with that default gift. LOL.

Carmen said...

What a generous giveaway! Thank you so much. I tend to go back and forth between sewing projects, or no-sew projects that have to do with photos, postcards and general,memorabilia. Thanks again!

Laurie said...

It's hard because it's already such a busy time of year - Christmas ornaments can be fun because they usually don't take too long.

Liz said...

Pajama Pants for the kids, ornaments and fabric houses this year.

Trish said...

I'm making placemats, a purse/bag, and doll clothes.

elle said...

Luv your header and the give aways. I like to make notebook covers.

Amanda said...

Hand warmers

Tabatha said...

Thank you so much for NOT making this giveaway about a religious holiday! Quilters are from all walks of life! :D OOP Heather Ross, are you kidding me?? Count me in!!
BendingPins (at) gmail.com
BendingPins.com

Cathy said...

squeal! love the fabric and the pattern! I like to give quilts and pillows

Candice said...

that is my most very favorite HR print of all time!! You seriously have a YARD of it???!!! Oh my stars! I think I would pass out if I win! :) How I would love to pass out this week!! I love making handmade jewelry for gifts.

Diane said...

I love making and giving away quilts I've made with Heather's beautiful fabrics. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

Anna said...

Well, my "favorite" favorite gift idea is quilts. However, I started sewing little dice bags for my gamer friends and I'm pretty happy with that idea too.

Federlily said...

I love to give away totes. Sometimes they are simple and sometimes I make the Amy Butler Birdie Sling if I have more time. For baby gifts I love to make little throw size quilts or hooded towels.

Becky said...

Thanks for the give away! Besides quilts, I like wallets and tote bags, pillow cases too!

Emskyrooney said...

I love to make little zippered clutches with wrist straps. So handy to throw in a larger bag or just grab quick with your phone and a few dollars for a night out!

jmj said...

I make potholders every year, It's something I know will be used and not put away in a box. thanks for the giveaway!!!!

Cindy said...

Our town recently banned plastic bags, so for now, I'm making cloth grocery bags for folks.

Glenys said...

I would knit stuff for them from MochimochiLand patterns.

capitolaquilter said...

totes and bags - you can never have too many

helena said...

I think christmas decorations are a great idea, the recipients get to bring them out every year, this year i have sewn christmas birds, and last year was small cardboard glitter houses. everyone loved them.

Caroline said...

I love tshirt quilts.

carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

Amy said...

Pajama pants. They're not challenging to sew, but I've found them to be very popular. Everyone in my family gets them and loves them. Flannel for some, jersey for others.

Colleen said...

A bag or pouch filled with the recipients fav treats!

stitchingandbacon said...

I love Heather Ross! My favorite gifts this year are zippy pouches and clutch bags. So many zippers!

Dresden Quilter said...

I love making quilts. I also enjoy making pouches and table runners.

Jennifer Ladd said...

I am making some doll carriers for my daughter this year .. I think they will love them!

Jennifer
jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

lindsey said...

This year is all about handmade gifts. My mug rugs are always a hit, coaster sets, table runners and it seems everyone wants a purse from my Pink Horse Boutique line. This year they are requesting my new Adora Quilted crossbody purse. I can't keep up! lol

Ella said...

Pouches...and grocery bags. I have a lot of friends who are trying to stop using plastic ones. My fiance loved the batch of 7 I made for farmer's market shopping.

Beth said...

I love Heather Ross fabric!
Last year I made wallets and people seemed to like them.

Rie said...

I like to give things that are useful... crocheted washcloths, cakes, fancy biscuits, wholegrain mustard even fruit from my trees.

drmithome said...

I am making monogrammed napkins for Christmas.

junglemama said...

bags and not that thats new for you! i like to make caramels and chocolate covered almonds with some cayenne. luggage tags and triangle pouches and im makeing some clasp coin purses. and a teepee for my youngest

supersara20 said...

Love your tote. I am making pot holders this year as gifts. Each year I end up making something different as Christmas gifts.

Kelli said...

Quilts or bags!

andri. said...

My favourite handmade gift is yummy food! Hahaha

camelama said...

I like personalizing dish towels for friends and family - they're always needed, and I like making people laugh with what I embroider. :)

Nikita said...

quilts,bags, and cards

dwylie said...

I'm currently working on a quick doll carrier for my daughter's Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

Suz said...

It's not often that I make gifts for other people - for many of the same reasons already given. Although reading through all the possibilities given in the other comments, I'm sure I could make a bit more of an effort now and then. Making a nice decadent recipe (and passing on the instructions/ingredients) is a nice way of giving without having to angst too much about whether they like it or not. I'd really just like to win your pattern. It's great.

elnorac said...

Seems like everyone loves a pretty, one-of-a-kind zippered pouch!

B Greene said...

This year, I am making key fobs and zippered pouches for small Christmas gifts. I might make oven mitts and potholders if I have time. WHat a wonderful giveaway - thanks for the chance to win!

giddy99 said...

I love making those insulated travel cases for hot irons, and recently made a hot dish carrier (which kept the dish hot for over an HOUR - it ROCKS).

Genevieve P said...

Bags, pillows, and food--candied orange peels are nice.

NinjaEema said...

Definitely the gazillion slipper socks I made this year. They turned out so cute, and I know that they'll be cozy.

limor477 at aol dot com

Debra Lee said...

Rag dolls are always a hit!

Flying Blind... said...

I love making felt brooches - they are quick, small and if the recipient turns out not to be a lover of homemade, no biggie x

hueisei said...

I love making mug rug as a gifts :D

leanne said...

thanks for chance to win some very cool fabric and fabulous pattern - looks like a great bag :) my favourite things to make are table runners, bags, pouches, and I've just discovered a very cool patchwork belt pattern by bari j !

Charlotte E said...

I like quilted tablemat sets or a quicker alternative of coasters as gifts. They look really nice packaged together with ribbon.

Deborah said...

I love making quilts for friends - usually lap sized so I get them made quicker!

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I like making burp cloths for new mommies (and 2nd babies too, they deserve new stuff too!)

Lolinkins said...

I lvoe this fabric and the bag!
This Xmas everyone here is getting individual placemats handmade by me!

Paula said...

This year I made some vanilla extract and am going to try these gift bags that are so cute: http://lauries-projects.blogspot.fr/2011/11/burlap-wine-gift-bags.html

Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Patty D from NC said...

great fabric. Fabric buckets is my current go to gift. fun to make

Tara said...

I like making kitchen items because they're so useful! Tea towels, coasters, place mats, table runners, pot holders, etc!

Catherine said...

This year, I'm making a ton of magnetic bookmarks.

JLVerde said...

The cutest thing I've made (holiday themed) so far is a mini felt gingerbread man atop a little paper mache box.

You can get the free pattern and tutorial at Cotton Pickin Fun (http://cottonpickinfun.blogspot.com/)

Nykie D said...

I like to make toys - not sure I'd have the patience for a quilt!

Michele said...

I like making potholders. They're so useful and you can get creative and try new techniques.

Gunilla said...

Awesome fabric!!! I make boxed pouches, great for gifts and using favourite scraps, and people love them! Takes not too long time to make, also. :)

Susan Standen said...

Wow! HR! I nearly fell over in my excitement. Thank you for the chance to win. This year my 'extra' gift in my Christmas making is crochet star garland. It is super easy to make and everyone seems to be loving it. Hope you have a fabulous Christmas!

Nydia Kehnle said...

this year my go-to present is a pillow... i love making totes as well.

nydia(@)add-crafter.com

Needled Mom said...

My favorite go to gift is a cute mug rug with a matching mug.

Danbury Quilter said...

I love to make placemats! Thank you for the giveaway!

amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

Jenny said...

i am trying Pink Penguins patchwork slippers this year...and hopefully some boxy pouchs. I also love making pillows! thanks for a chance

marth225 said...

I make men's wallets and they always go over big

Anita said...

This year I'm making ruffle scarves...super easy. There are youtube tutorials...you should give it a try. =)

thank you.

Michelle said...

i'm making new jammies for all of the kids!

Amber said...

I have fallen in love with the 241 purse from Noodlehead. It's a great gift! The other is a tablet cover since everyone seems to have one now-a-days. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Sallie said...

I make quilts, table runners and table mats. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Alison said...

Coasters are really easy to make and use up a lot of scrap!

Jacklynn said...

A holiday themed table runner would be a quick easy gift - something they could bring out year after year and think of you! Thanks for the awesome give away!

Laura said...

I love making pillow covers!

Kristy said...

Right now, e-reader covers are popular, but PJs/Lounge pants never got out of style! :)

Kathie said...

I've been making snowflakes this year on my embroidery machine as gifts. They're pretty neat looking.

tanagriz at gmail dot com

CathyH said...

Note cards. I like to decorate cards with fabric and little beads, embroidery and whatever comes to mind. (I love that pink fabric - Thanks for the giveaway)

Gabriele Yorlano said...

love giving bags as gifts

Theresa said...

I like to embellish store-bought dishtowels - cute and easy

justsouthofsanity said...

I've been making simple quilted zipper bags with fat quarters, then filling them with goodies like gourmet chocolate, lip gloss, etc. Very fun to make!

Tanya said...

I have a pattern for felted slippers I'm going to try this year for some gifts!

Jen said...

hotpads & dishtowels

Hannah Lymah said...

I like to make a baby diaper bag. the pattern is on the moda website. I have a few friends that are pregnant, so it makes a nice gift!

Desi @ Wee Share said...

I LOVE this fabric. I am going to make a topsy turvey doll for my daughter from the book Wee Wonderfuls.

Desi
weeshareblog@gmail.com

Cathy said...

I'm making a bunch of knitted hats, and sea salt caramels for gifts this year.

Melzie Belle said...

I am swooooooooooning over this fabric :D
for homemade gifts I am liking mugrugs this year!
xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

Gill said...

This year I'm making totes and aprons!

Melinda Jane Designs said...

I am making a knitting bag for my mom.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I always think bags are good because everyone uses them for something and it's easy to make them personal :)
Fabulous giveaway!

Leigh said...

I am loving home made snack bags

Pontos da Flávia said...

Hi! I like smal pouches, they are always useful! And so personal....

Jo Robertson jorobexeter(at)gmail(dot)com said...

I've made fabric belts for all the kids in our family. I hope they like them!

Samantha said...

I like to give quilted totes

Sarah said...

As it happens I have a brand new favourite as of today! Oven pad / pot holders. So fast and easy, and I know the recipient will love them too.

Michelle Frame said...

I am making AG doll clothes for all the girls.
mframe00@gmail.com

Heather A said...

My handmade gift ideas sadly often remain just ideas. Last year, though, I made many lined drawstring bags and this year I hope to still make several "mug rugs"/"snack mats"/"computer rugs". I also want to make a knitting needle roll for my Mom.

Jo said...

This year the gift of choice around here are those things that hang off the bed and hold your remotes and glasses and a book or whatever you choose.

Lindsay@fortheloveofcotton said...

I like to make handmade grocery bags for everyone. They are so adorable and stylish and who doesn't need grocery bags?!?!?!

Brenda said...

My favorite handmade gifts are baby clothes, and baked goods :-)

Jenny said...

Whoaaa. What a prize! I like to give quilts and zippy pouches with gift cards. Thank you so much for this giveaway!

Vivian said...

Thanks for the chance, the fabric is LOVELY!!!

I love making cross stitch ornaments, I have about 10 left to sew up today...(I really need to get off the computer!!!)

Erin said...

I love sewing zipper pouches and crocheting scarves.
Thanks for such a great giveaway.
Erin
emstone28@gmail.com

dawn said...

Difficult question, I love sewing almost everything, but I don't like repeating. For girls I love circular skirts. Baby hats are always great. Hand bags for my friends...

dawn said...

Difficult question, I love sewing almost everything, but I don't like repeating. For girls I love circular skirts. Baby hats are always great. Hand bags for my friends...

Josiex said...

I love to make and receive handmade gifts, and I try something different each year.. this year its tote bags, pillows and tablerunners and some cute pincushions for the sewists in my family. Loving the vw's! Heather Ross is my favouritest designer! :)

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

I love handmade gifts - making to give to special people in my life and I love receiving them too (not enough people make things though anymore). I love getting jam. Homemade jam - yum! And wow - how can you part with that gorgeous Heather Ross fabric? I would LOVE to win :)

KellyS said...

I am not doing many handmade gifts, just stuff for the kids. Cooking aprons and dolls for my girl. But things like the infinity scarf and small pouches are nice.

Jen said...

I have made aprons for handmade gifts!

Jamie said...

I like to make things that I can fill with other stuff, like oven mitts, pouches or totes. Thank you for the great giveaway!

Kristie said...

I have made cloth napkins, clutches, totes, infinity scarves, fabric bookmarks, clothes, .... I have a penchant for always trying something new. kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

MeganW said...

I like to make little baby clothes.

Kendra from missknittas studio said...

I am a little obsessed with framed purses -- I think they made great gifts! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

kbzelazny said...

I've been making knit infinity scarves this year. Thanks!

Jodi said...

I love to make bags and fabric cover books for gifts. This Christmas I am going to try my hand at place mats.

starsandsunshine.com said...

I love zipper pouches as presents!

starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

Linda said...

My go to sewing gift is flannel pajama pants. Thanks for the chance to win such fun fabric.

redzshadow said...

I love this giveaway! I like to make zippered pouches, bags, knit hats, scarfs...I also make hand bound journals.

Joelle said...

My favorite handmade gifts right now are tea towels!

wipgirl said...

I don't think I have any new ideas for gifts - I tend to make bags or cushions.

(clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

CentralJerseyMQG said...

I like making custom clutches and knitting cowls!

Jeana said...

I think potholders are a nice gift

Reb Thack said...

I'm making iPad/kindle stands for 10...

Pink Scissors Design said...

Christmas Stockings!

Deborah
pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

sandyandcosmo said...

I made a play mat out of blackboard fabric with an I Spy quilted border for my granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

Emma said...

Love the fabric, and the bag!!
I have a constant supply of homemade vanilla extract that I bottle up in nice bottles and give to friends who like baking - it's super simple to do, but seems really impressive!

Kathy said...

I love making quilts, potholders and girls clothes. I have bee wanting to try a bag and this one looks great !

Reshma W said...

I make scarves, microwave potato bags, table runners, pillowcases, suffed animals, and pajama bottoms.

Cory C said...

kitchen sets with patchwork-strip bar towels and potholders.

Consuelo said...

Scarves, ornaments, pillowcases. Thanks for the chance to win!

Izza said...

one can never have too many zippy pouches.

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ErikawithaK said...

I know that not everyone still uses CDs but I love this car visor CD case: http://pukingpastilles.com/?p=517

erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

Addibrae said...

I think jewellery pouches make good presents.

Sarah said...

I like making pillows, potholders, and teatowels as gifts, if I really like them the recipient then maybe a lap quilt :)

Amira@littlemushroomcap said...

I love to make bags, mug rugs and placemats for gifts..

Carmen said...

I like giving cushions and clutches. I've also made jewellery which can be inexpensive but still substantial enough with the right packaging!

Judy said...

My favorite gift that I made was last year for my nieces. I made them a pillow blanket with a pocket that they could take to sleepovers with them. My own daughter keeps bugging for her own but I just haven't done it yet. Thanks for the chance.

SewSuzie said...

Jewellery rolls are a handy gify. i love this fabric - I have only just usedd up the last supplies I had,

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