Giveaway Day!

Hi Friends! Today is giveaway day over at Sew Mama Sew! I’ve never participated before, but I thought this would be the perfect time to!

If you click over HERE today, there are tons and tons of other giveaways to enter. Fun, right?

Today, you have the chance to win:

-1 Fat Quarter Bundle of Gleeful (available in stores July 2014)

-1 box of Aurifil thread (small spools)

-1 Sew Caroline PDF sewing pattern of your choice

that’s an $80 retail value!!!

(US winners only, no purchase necessary.)

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387 thoughts on “Giveaway Day!

  1. I’d make a quilt for myself! I realized all our quilts are being used as bedding and none reserved for cuddling on the couch. So obviously the only real solution is to sew more quilts!

  2. I LOVE your fabric! I’d probably use it in a quilt… my new favorite way to showcase my favorite prints.

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

  3. I’d probably make two bags out of the fabrics! They coordinate so well, I’d probably have accents and all kinds of pockets! Thanks for such an amazing combo of prizes!

    elizabeth.waligora (at) gmail.com

  4. I am always prioritizing sewing for my two daughters, but I need to do some more selfish sewing. I’d use the bundle to make a clutch and probably a patchwork stkirt. Thanks for the chance to win – I love your blog and Facebook posts πŸ™‚

  5. Mostly, I would want to hoard it. πŸ™‚ But maybe use it to make little zippered bags.

  6. The easy answer would be a quilt, but I actually like I’d love to make some hair accessories with these! So cheerful! πŸ™‚

  7. They’re so cheery I’d want to make something I’d use every day. Probably a case for my new laptop. Thanks!

  8. It’s only fitting to use your gorgeous fabrics to make one of your incredible bags – or two or three. Thank you for being part of giveaway day!

  9. I would make sewing machine set. the mat for under it a cover and a pin holder that goes around the body of the machine for a quick place to stick pins when i am sewing. it would be fun cheerful and happy to see while sewing.

  10. We never get to see anything like this here in Norway. Would be superfun to make something for my livingroom

  11. These are gorgeous fabrics. I would create a few pillow cases. Been itching to do that lately. Thanks for the giveaway.

  12. I’d love to make a mini quilt with the fat quarter bundle. I love Camille Roskelley’s mini quilt patterns.

  13. OOOH this would make some awesome divided baskets, or roadtrip cases. Or a ton of other things…gah couldn’t decided!

  14. I love your beautiful fabric! I can’t wait to purchase some! I would definitely use it to make some skirts for my daughter! Thank you!

  15. i am new to sewing/quilting and am still trying to teach myself. i would like to try a tote bag and a zipper pouch first!

  16. I would love to do a few cushion covers w/appliquΓ©s with these beautiful prints! And in all honesty, though it seems to be a favorite, immortalize a few of them (along with some inherited vintage fabric) into a quilt. In saying that, I haven’t made any of my ‘mad men’ headbands in a long time and these are so Spring…

  17. My friend is having a baby girl in September and this fabric would be perfect for some little girl clothes. Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. I’m so excited about gleeful fabrics. I’ll still get some even if I don’t win but it would be great to win

    1. I’d make some skirts probably or maybe a tote bag. Was so excited I forgot to say what I’d make

  19. Those bright colors would be really cute in clothing, but also in a kitchen. Maybe some patchwork pot holders or some nice reusable grocery bags.

  20. I’m so in love with this fabric line. I need to make a quilt for our bed, and I think I just found my fabric!!

  21. I’m not entirely sure what I would do with all of those fabrics, but I’m sure they would be great for small projects here and there!

  22. I’ve been playing with HST’s recently. I’m thinking these would be perfect for a large block HST quilt.

  23. What lovely fabrics!! We need some cuddle-on-the-couch sized quilts, so that’s probably what I’d aim for. πŸ™‚

  24. These pretty fabrics would be used to make tote bags for my daughter and daughters-in-law

  25. I think I would use this to make a little girl’s quilt. It’s so bright and cheerful.

  26. Hi, I would first spend some time admiring your fabric – soaking up the colours! Then I would possibly create a bag for me and a skirt for my daughter!
    Best wishes
    Suze xx

  27. I’m not sure what I would make yet…a top? Maybe a little bit for matching flowers for headbands for me and my little girl? Oh! An outfit for my daughter! And then use the rest for me. =D

  28. I’m working on window seat cushions for my daughter’s room, and these would be awesome pieced throw pillows !

  29. Probably cute crafty things that don’t require sewing. Unless I find someone to help me sew something! πŸ™‚

  30. I would probably make a baby quilt for my friend who is expecting… But these are so cute I might have to save them and make something for myself! πŸ˜‰

  31. The colors are so adorable! I will make my daughter skirts with matching applique shirts and headbands if I win.

  32. I would use it to make a mini quilt for my Handmade Birthday Club friends.
    Thank you for your generous giveaway!
    Jamie

  33. I’d love to make a bag or maybe some pillows. These would look lovely in my sewing room.

  34. I would love to use them in the eclectic table mats I am making for myself. They will all be different patterns and use a variety of colors so there will be a happy, bright setting for every meal.

  35. How am I JUST finding your blog?? Seems everyone else knew about it! I love it! I would make a new cushion cover and a new table runner for our breakfast nook! Thank you for the opportunity and congrats with all your success and getting to do what you love!

  36. Something pretty for my grand daughter. Pillowcase, skirt, stuffie… crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  37. I’d love to use it to make some small zipper pouches for my bags. They would be so fun and add a pop of color inside. πŸ™‚

  38. I would love to win! Your fabric is beautiful and it would be fun to make something with some fat quarters!

  39. I would make a sweet quilt block or two or more! And then I’d buy yardage for some clothes! Ooh, the FQ’s would also make an awesome wallet. πŸ™‚

  40. Thanks so much for the giveaway! My husband and I are expecting a little girl in September–I’d love to make her some cute things with the fabric! =)

  41. I would make more paper pieced star blocks with this fabric to go in my quilt

  42. I would definitely make a nice purse with matching wallet or something I could use daily to show off those gorgeous fabrics!

  43. I really couldn’t say right now which quilt they would go into but for sure it would be a quilt.

  44. I’d have to see how the fabric “speaks” to me…. I do a little of quilting and make some clothes

  45. A quilt for my daughter. She just turned two and needs some excitement for the new toddler bed/converted crib!

  46. I want to make my grandchildren each a quilt. I have several preteenagers. They’d love the fabrics. Thanks.

  47. U would make up some walker bags for the local nursing home residents these farbics would put smiles on their faces

  48. oh my goodness. These are just beautiful! I have no idea what I would create yet.
    Maybe a memorial quilt for me to use when I’m missing my baby. Maybe just something fun I have no idea. but I would love this! πŸ™‚

  49. Honestly, I am not sure what I would make. I would definitely wait until I find the perfect project for such beautiful fabric!

  50. Not sure what I’d make with the bundle. I think a new bag and maybe some zipper pouches. The fabrics are so fun and vibrant – love it! Thanks for the giveaway.

  51. This fat quarter bundle would deff become a quilt! It’s so cheerful and I LOVE the colors! Would need to have it around a lot.

  52. I love the colorful fabrics, thread and pattern!!! I would make a fun summer totebag. Thanks so much…

    jeanieheath@jeanieheath@charter.net

  53. i’ve been planning a quilt for my daughter for a while, where each block looks like a book. these prints could be great for the covers & spines of the books!

  54. Those prints are lovely! I’d do a quilt or maybe a tote bag..a nice one for taking to like Las Vegas for when I go shopping in the casino malls!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Cheri
    coffeebreakwhatever(at)yahoo(dot)com
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

  55. I don’t instagram, facebook or twitter, but I did join to follow you via email! I dont’ even have two out of the three and I just like to read the blogs NOW and not filter through facebook!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Cheri
    coffeebreakwhatever(at)yahoo(dot)com
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

  56. eeek! I’m so excited for this collection! I kind of want to make some summer placemats and coasters! so cute!

  57. I would use it in my quilting projects. Thanks for participating! notwendy at gmail dot com

  58. I honestly don’t know what I’d make off the top of my head. I’d have to think about it once I have the fabric in my hands!

  59. I would search high and low for a pattern befitting this beautiful fabric. I have a ton of books, to choose from.

  60. I’m not sure yet – it’s so bright and cheerful… maybe some kitchen accessories as they would be seen everyday. Or maybe some clothes for my niece if I could find the right patterns to work well with fat quarters.

  61. This is such a bright and cheery bundle! I’d first have to make a backpack for my daughter. Then some goodies to go inside…. pencil case, notebook holder, and some matching hair clips. She’d love that! Thanks for the chance to win!

  62. A fabric banner, some skirts for my little girls and a mixed pattern pillow for my daughters room! These would be great to make a girl’s quilt with too!

  63. I like the bright colors and patterns in the fabric so maybe something for my craft room wall.

  64. I need to make some baby gifts…so maybe accenting burp clothes or bibs…or toy building blocks.

  65. I would love to make a nice beach blanket with these gorgeous bright summery colors πŸ™‚

  66. Hm. I think I’d like to make a pillow cover. I made one the other day, but I have a second that still needs a new one. This fabric would be a delightful choice for it.

  67. I think I’d make some shorts for my 3 year old. Or perhaps a dress for baby about to be born. πŸ™‚

  68. They’re very pretty. I think I would use some for some flickr swaps I’m in like the secret tote bag swap. congratulations by the way on being one of the new boutique designers for AG!

  69. With those bright and happy colors they would go perfect in making something for my daughter.

  70. These fabrics are so bright and cheery! I liked the idea someone posted above of making summery cloth napkins with them.

  71. Sugar Pop Top would be so cute but might have to get more fabric. Love your patterns

  72. Those prints are so cheerful I think I might use a few to make simple skirts for my daughter! Thanks!

  73. I have no idea what I’d make but I love the fabric. I’d probably try to convince my mom to quilt something for me πŸ™‚

  74. I would it include it in my daughters quilt. They are the exact colors of her room!

  75. Such lovely fabrics! I think I’d like to make some summer stuff with them … maybe a beach blanket with some denim I have for the backing, for when we do bonfires at the beach.

  76. I really like making matching purse/zippered pouch out of fabric collections for friends.

  77. I’d make a quilt just for me in these pretty and bright fabrics! Thank you for the opportunity!

  78. Great giveaway! I would make a picnic quilt and tote. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  79. β€’ β€’ β€’ Those would make the cutest gift bags. Thank you for sharing!

  80. The yellow fabric would go towards the stash that I am saving for a project. Some of the others would become napkins, and the rest would probably become doll clothes.

  81. This fabric is so bright and cheerful! I would make some summer pillows with it. Thanks for the chance to win! And thanks for your inspiring blog!

  82. Super pumped for your fabric! I can’t even narrow down what I’d make with it yet. Haha. It’s gorgeous!

    P.S. I hope you’re enjoying your time in Pittsburgh!

  83. I love those colors. I would probably use them to make some clothes from my daughter. I am really tempted to use them for a fun quilt.

  84. I would love to win your fabric bundle. It would be just pefect for a free pattern called Dream Machines. It requries a variety of different fabric. Thank you for the chance to win these and for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew giveaway.
    Hope you get to enjoy your weekend now that this is finally coming to an end.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

  85. I love your line it makes me so happy! I would have to make a wallet or clutch so that I could see them daily. So excited can’t wait. Your truly amazing πŸ™‚

  86. I’d make a tote bag for library books πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win (and congrats on your new Art Gallery line!).

  87. If I don’t make ME a cool tote…will use for new fun Summer pillows for the Family Room!! πŸ™‚

  88. I haven’t a clue! It’s just so pretty and bright, honestly, I don’t think I would cut into it for a while! It would probably be something for my quilting room though. A mini quilt or an accessory for my table!

  89. Some beautiful totes and pouches. This fabric is gorgeous! Thanks! wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

  90. I’d make doll clothes with my little girl. FQ’s are her favorite and she would adore this fabric!

  91. I have a 3 yr old who could get a lot of use out of the fat quarters so I would be making something for her.

  92. It’s so funny cause i was just thinking to myself that I wanted to make my first quilt, this would be perfect to make it. I i would love to win this stuff.

  93. Caroline, I met you today at quilt market!! I want to use your fabric to make clothes for my little sister and I (:

    xoxo, Emma

  94. I would love to make a fun chevron nursery quilt! It would be so cute & fun. I love these set. & cannot wait to be able to buy it!

  95. I would make some custom burp cloths and adorable AppliquΓ©d shirts for my daughter. Beautiful fabrics!

  96. Oh I can’t wait for your Gleeful Fabric to be released! I think I’m most excited about ordering the yellow swirly knit pattern to make another Out & About Dress! All of the patterns are so happy & perky that I’d love to make anything out of them! πŸ™‚

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