Wednesday, May 27, 2009

So Your Mama Sews, Does She?? ~ Giveaway~Winner Chosen!

Winner!! Christina #154
Congratulations! Thanks everyone for the great ideas. Now if we were just that brilliant to be able to do all of those tutorials!
Thanks for visiting!
Does your Mama make you cozy quilts, fufu tutu's or groovy bags??

Does your Mama like to win free stuff this week and every Thursday of the year?

Does your Mama like tutorials and free patterns??

Whew! We're Sew glad!!

You're in the right place!

For this festive occasion, Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day,

we want to give you or your Mama a $25 Gift Certificate to Quilt Taffy.

And can we all just agree that SewMamaSew totally rocks??!! Thank you.

We'd also like to tell you and your Mama that we do a giveaway every week!

Join us here for Taffy Talk Giveaways each Thursday.

Sign up to Follow Us and you'll never be lonely again. ;)

To be entered in the giveaway, you or your Mama needs to take a lookie loo at our Freebies and Tutorials on the right hand side and let us know what you like or what you'd like to see more of.

We'd probably like to see more of it too!!! We'll be ordering more hours in the day with our next shipment of materials!

Tell Mama that we will have a random drawing on May 31st. And if Mama has any friends or cousins in foreign countries, they are welcome to join us as well. We will be so sad if Mama wins and we have no way of contacting her.
Some other Mama will be happy, though.

Good Luck and Thanks for stopping by!

282 comments:

  1. how about a tut on a cute bag or purse mamma's....

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  2. I'm a sucker for the baby tutorials, and I must admit I have been wanting to try the quick baby quilt tutorials...it's just a matter of finding the time... but wait... it's quick... I think I'll try it soon. Who doesn't love cute baby things?
    millkara [at] gmail.com

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  3. You know that I've never noticed the freebie and tutorial sidebar? And that's just a cryin' shame because there's already good stuff in there.

    I always love a good tutorial. Did you know that I picked up most everything I know about sewing from online tutorials? Good stuff really. So I've been thinking about it long and hard -at least five minutes - and here's what I want to know... I'd like to know a little bit more about unpicking table runners. Can you help me, Des?

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  4. I really like the Hot Pad tute - probably because I need to make one.

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  5. I would like more of the same. You know, the funny tales, the way you guys write things, the beautiful pictures.

    I haven't even noticed the tutorials until you just mentioned them now - which means you are spending too much time hypnotising me with pretty pictures ;)

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  6. I'd love to see more tutorials for gifts and useful things like bags, etc. I love the ones you have already!!!
    junglewife (at) gmail (dot) com

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  7. I like the quilt and sew at the same time tutorial.

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  8. I really needed the label making tutorial. I have made 2 or 3 quilts, which I know is not much, but have NEVER signed or labeled them. I will get on that and take care of it. I haven't done it because I didn't know how, and now I do. Thanks.

    carol_busse@yahoo.com

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  9. I love the scallop borders tute...and any tute on making cute kid stuff and/or cute house stuff...ok, cute stuff.

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  10. I thought the 'sew it and quilt it at the same time' tutorial was great - took me a few reads to get it straight in my head but it's a really interesting way to do it!

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  11. I like the household tutorials. Thanks

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  12. Your tutorials are fabulous - I like your ladder stitch and "ride the wave" tutes.

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  13. I don't know what to add here. I have been impressed with the tutorials available. I do like machine quilt as you go tutorials.

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  14. I like the Speedy Baby quilt patterns...they are perfect for Project Linus quilts!

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  15. how about more ideas for creative labels?... i always need those!

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  16. I like the vintage sheet quilt pattern -- making a quilt with vintage sheets is on my list of things I want to make someday!

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  17. I really, really liked your ladder stitch tutorial. It turns out so well, although it takes longer to sew than a whip stitch, so I like tutorials on how to make my quilts look more well done!

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  18. Any garment sewing tutorial or quilts.Thanks for a giveaway.

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  19. I'd love to see more "quick and easy" quilt tutorials like the Cinderella one or the Quick Baby ones. I'm all about the quick and the easy... :-)

    Ah, I just saw Amy's comment about unpicking table runners! Too funny!!!

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  20. I have to admit my fav tut so far is the jean craft apron one. I have made many of those for family and friends! Even one for my mom.

    www.primitivemomoftwo.blogspot.com

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  21. I also love the baby quilt tutorials. Anything really quick is good, too. Like your hot pads. BTW, I love your site. Ever since I found you about 6 months ago, not a day goes by that I don't read this. I loved the pic of your son--he's a redhead, like two of my three sons, so he hit a soft spot in my heart!

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  22. Wow I never knew those tuts were there. Thanks for them.
    jethree@gmail.com

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  23. I love the patterns. I am always looking for inspiration and practical ways to make the ideas come out of my head.

    brat_74_99@yahoo.com

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  24. I always love tutorials, and more purses would be great. If you have a chance stop by my blog and enter my MAMA giveaway :-)

    Jocelyn
    http://happycottagequilter.blogspot.com/

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  25. This mama loves all the tutorials, but if I had to pick one, I like the one for scallop/wave quilt borders. This mama thanks you for the chance!

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  26. I love all the tutorials! Even if I never get around to using them, I like reading them like a good book!

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  27. I love the quilt tutorials, newish to quilting and love them all especially the baby ones!

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  28. I love bag tutorials :) Cause this mama sews purses! thx for the giveaway.

    sevidesigns@yahoo.com

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  29. I hadn't noticed the tutorials on the side - probably because I read everything in Bloglines, but I am SO glad you pointed it out - amazing stuff in hidden on the side! I love all of them, and might have a go at the kitchen towels. I really love the retro feel to your patterns - the funny pictures etc are to die for!!

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  30. This mama sews purses for her baby girl all the time. Would love more of those.

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  31. Hello and thank you for the give away! Please give me a tutorial on how to miter a corner! Or if you are a glutton for punishment, tutor me on color usage in quilts! Thanks so much.
    krousegirl2@aol.com

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  32. Oh MAN! Ya scared me. I thought I missed MOTHER'S day. AGAIN!
    :-D

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  33. Yes, I read you all the time and love the Sew and Quilt at the Same Time tutorial!

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  34. I think you have a great variety of tutorials! It's hard to ask for more when I'm getting great stuff for free already!!! If anything, maybe more purse patterns, or patterns using dishtowels (I have one I love from target and want the perfect pattern for it)...

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  35. I love love tutorials-that's how I get everything made around here! I have a wee one so I do like the baby tuts right now and making things for mamas-to-be! YOu always have great fabric selections-one of my fav sellers on etsy. Thanks for participating in the giveaway!

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  36. How 'bout some more tutorials like the elephant one? Or maybe some pincushion tutorials?

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  37. i love your small projects that can be made quickly. i love the tuts especially for things that i think i already know how to do. you guys have been so generous. so i would ask that you keep doing what you are doing.

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  38. I love tutuorials. I have so many filed away for my Simply Sewing 101 group. I don't know when I'll get to them all. So really I'm up for anything. I've got all of yours printed already and waiting for the right time. I'm going to be in IF on Friday. I wish you had a store front. I'd love to meet both of you. oohsaahsw@aol.com

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  39. I'd like to see some more quilting tutorials, but maybe that is because I am working on my quilting skills, and can use all the help I can get. Thanks for the fab giveaway!

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  40. I am searching for a cute sewing machine cover. Mine is in the dining room and I need it to be cute and keep the dust out of my machine.

    Thanks for sharing and I love your patterns!

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  41. I loved your baby shower quilt that you quilt as you go. I'd seen a pattern like that in a magazine and wanted to use it to make a quilt but couldn't find it again. And then, like magic, your tutorial appeared! Thanks so much!

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  42. Okay, I love you guys...you are so funny and really nice! I love ALL of your tutes and freebies and I LOVE your ebay store! I am addicted! But, if I have to pick one, I love the elephant tute...I want to make one soon!

    cliffandrobinand2monsters@yahoo.com

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  43. Love your site and your freebie Thursdays...I am a loyal reader!

    I would love some tutorials for little boys! I just noticed your robots icon..I'm going to go check it out!

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  44. I love tutorials! I am looking for a good way to make labels right now, so that would be my pick of the moment. Always love new quilt ideas!

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  45. Definately more hours in the day. I bet that would be a hot seller in the store! Other than that...a cute half apron pattern with usable pockets would be cool. I hope you guys are doing well!

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  46. I'd like to see more finishing techniques.

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  47. It's me again ha ha yeah every so often I make it around to say hello. of course this special occasion brings people out of the woodwork I am sure.

    I would love to see some childrens pattern or tutorials. I am trying to get into more of that, In your shop I would like to see more fat quarter budles all different varies I love your eye for color.

    Thanks a bunch
    Terri

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  48. I love quilt pattern and bag tutorials.

    I'm doing a giveaway as well and hosting a fabric swap. Come and check it out :)

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  49. My momma does sew! How did you know? But she don't dance. I love all your tutorials but I think my favorite is the quilt and sew at the same time tutorial. I learned something new! I'd like more tutorials for cutie baby things since I'm gonna be a GRANDMA!! Woot Woot!!!

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  50. Fantastic giveaway... also lovely introduction to your site... you've been bookmarked!

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  51. I like the ladder/invisible stitch tutorial.

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  52. I love the tute for the cute Kitchen towels, as I am presently redecorating my kitchen & going the retro theme. How cute these are with the rick-rack.

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  53. Love your blog!! All your tutorials are great!! Just keep them coming cause this Mama likes to sew! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. I love the Charlotte tutorial - I made one, it's great for using up scraps of fabric! I would love to see more tutorials for softies :)

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  55. I love the vintage sheet linen quilt tutorial - I've got my linens lined up and ready to start!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. A super easy fit-everything bag is exactly what I need right now.

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  57. Hi Thanks for the great chance to win - a big bonus to this competition was finding your website and all those great tutorials!!! Keeep it up!

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  58. You are already doing such a great job!

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  59. I love ideas for using charm packs - so much fun!

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  60. My mama used to sews..but she sews no more...unless she sews robes for angels...but when she did sews...she made all my clothes...and i wanted store bought clothes..not mama sews clothes. Just keepin it real. By the way, my mama said I wanted to call her mama when I was little but she wouldn't let me call her that. That blows! What I would like is more videos because your videos crack me up!

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  61. Your tutorials are great keep it up! How about more projects for those tricky left over bits and pieces?

    Thanks,
    Carolyne
    carolyne@liquid-pixel.co.uk

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  62. I love bag tutes, baby tutes, quilt tutes...ok I just love tutes!

    I just found your blog and now I'm off to see all the goodness.

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  63. i love your blog! i would also love to see some quick gift ideas for babies or mamas.

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  64. I just love everything! I think you guys totally rock!

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  65. Yout tutorials are fabulous! I especially like the Kitchen Towel tute!

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  66. I would love to see tutorials for simple sewing projects that don't require a machine! I love to hand sew and that machine and I don't get along very well! LOL!

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  67. I would love to see a Tut for a trendy cute handbag! I've been wanting to make one for a while but I'm a bit gun shy on the purse front.

    :)rachel

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  68. I like the various quilting ideas/tutorials...one can never have too many of those!

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  69. Sew it and quilt it at the same time!! Genius! I would love to see more quick quilts and shortcuts to making quilts fast. I make quilts for Project Linus and anything I can do to cut down on the time means I can make more and help more kids!!

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  70. I love your quilt as you go baby blanket! I would love to see more like this, maybe table topper or runner.

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  71. I love the how to's in the tutorials, for us newbies. How about binding?

    Thanks from one Mama to another.

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  72. Mama needs a new stash of fabric...

    I like the Charm Quilt and Charlotte the Elephant tutorials. It would be nice to be warned that the links are to .pdf files (rather than web pages). I have an old, old computer!

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  73. As a beginning quilter, the simple charm tutorial is right up my alley. Great giveaway!
    Angelia
    momtwoangelsATyahooDOTcom

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  74. Love the jean apron tute. Will be making a few for the grilling men in my family for sure. Just found you all today, you are going in my Google Reader for sure.

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  75. I love quilt patterns and can never have too many mama!

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  76. I'd like to see more tutorials, specifically sewn critters. I'd love to make my son some stuffed lovies but patterns are hard to find. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  77. i love what yall already do.
    :)

    but i'm a sucker for table runners.
    i'm just sayin'.

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  78. I love Charlotte the Elephant! And as for things I'd like to see more of, well, stuffed toys always win with me.

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  79. I'm liking the Sew it and quilt it at the same time. It's something I haven't tried yet. But would love to the next time I make a baby quilt for someone else

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  80. Charlotte the Elephant is great - maybe some more animals? :)
    rae_sunshine4 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  81. Maybe tutes on techniques - like applique, sewing curves or pattern lingo? Things I dare not touch for fear of hurting my treasured fabric babies.

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  82. I love the patterns and tutorials. I just used one of them the other day to see again how to make the squares made out of 2 triangles. :D

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  83. I love the elephant tutorial.. I would love to see more gift ideas. Its to hard to give all my quilts away.

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  84. I love baby and children's crafts!

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  85. I like the quilt label tutorial (and the quilt you used for the example). Glad I found your blog!

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  86. I love the speedy quilts! Any quilt tutorials are on my bookmarked list!

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  87. I really like the Kitchen Dish Towels tutorial. It is great.
    Thanks a lot and please count me in.

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  88. I love your blog! So cute and funky.
    I'd love to see more tutorials for toddler items.
    I'm loving the tutorials you have there tho' and am having a good time checking them all out.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Robin
    cokelush at gmail

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  89. i love bags and pouches-loe to see 'tutes' on those

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  90. just found your blog...looking forward to checking out your tutorials! Thanks!

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  91. I love Taffy Talk! :) As far as patterns go, I would love to see more home items. Maybe some frilly pillows or something :)

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  92. Quilt patterns! More more more! :-)

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  93. I love the speedy baby tutorials! Perfect for charity projects :)

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  94. Thanks for the chance to enter! =)

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  95. I like the scrappy/raggy quilt and the jean apron tut. I'm collecting material for the raggy quilt! I would like to see more tutorials on tips and techniques, especially on free motion.

    Thanks!

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  96. Love the scallop tutorial! Thanks so much.

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  97. I'm a fan of free bag patterns. The Levi Apron is fabulous! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. Love your quilt label. You are so full of great ideas and it's so nice that you share. Thanks!

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  99. Baby Boy things would be nice!

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  100. I love the quickie quilt patterns, and made the speedy baby two for my son. I really like the make-it-in-a-day type freebie patterns, but any freebies are great! cwps29@yahoo.ca :)

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  101. I like the tutorial for the scalloped or wave edges. I get tired of the same straight edges.

    Thank you for entering me in the drawing.

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  102. I really like the "Sew & Quilt it." I would love to see more of this technique.

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  103. Would love to see a good mama bag :)

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  104. Thank you for the giveaway! I really like the simple tutorial for the charm quilt. My first real quilt is waiting to be created and this might be the perfect pattern to start with!

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  105. How about some more home decorative tutorials.

    flip_em8@hotmail.com

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  106. wow, there are already so many! keep up the quilt tutes-I always need to "see" it to get it right! thanks for participating in the giveaway!

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  107. Can you do a tute on zippers. That would be great.

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  108. I LOVE the vintage linens quilt tutorial! I'm going to have to do that one, I have a mountain of vintage sheets!
    Fun giveaway!

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  109. being a creative writing major, may i say that i very much enjoy the tone of your "freebies and tutorials" (well, of the whole website)? what a fun place to come poke around!
    scrap quilt patterns and neat-o recipes are always a plus, no matter how many there are.
    cheers!

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  110. I would like to see more quilt as you go tuts. Also I would like to recyle some old blue jeans that I have laying around - do you have anything that I could do with them such as a quilt or purse?

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  111. the speedy baby quilts are great! (jrm344 at hotmail dot com

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  112. Love to see some quick baby items. Or gift items so I can get a head start on Christmas...

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  113. It is perfect the way it is ....a nice variety for everyone!

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  114. Cute Kitchen Towels tut! Great for a quick project...great for a gift.

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  115. My favorite tutorial is the Showered With Love/Sew it and Quilt it at the same time one. I would love to see more of Denyse Schmidt on your site.

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  116. I am always on the lookout for more cute boy things to make!

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  117. I really like the mickey mouse hot pads. I am always looking for new things to do for the kitchen. That looks great.

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  118. Any tutorials are fine by me! I'm getting brave and forming quilt plans in my notebooks.

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  119. How about some 101 courses on applique, I am a follower and adore your blog and fabric!

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  120. Would love to see a nice tote bag tutorial!

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  121. I'd like to see more simple & fast tutorials of things I could do in like an hour or two. I wish I could quilt like you ladies, but it'd take me years (I'd cut the fabric, put it in a box when my kids get up from their naps, move on to something else...forget about the box, etc).

    Oh, by the way, my Mama's birthday is the 31st...extra point for that? :)

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  122. I'd like to know how to make more animal softies. I've made a couple for my girls and just know I'd like to make more.

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  123. Well I am loving the little I spy Tutorial...even have the fabric packs (thank you kindly) now just to find the time. And I like to see some ideas for holiday gifts, things we can start now!

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  124. I really love your invisible stitch tutorial! I really needed that!!! Thank you!

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  125. I'm always on the lookout for quilt patterns...they're always inspiring.

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  126. Wow, I feel like this is such a find! I'm definitely subscribing.

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  127. Hmm. How about tutorials for stuff to make for guys...

    Glad I found your blog! Off to look around. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  128. Oooh what a gorgeous and generous giveaway!! Please enter me into the draw.

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  129. I really like your coin quilt tutorial! Great blog by the way! :)

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  130. I would love to see more kids inspired projects - having my life revolve around the cheeky little monkeys my crafting tends to sway that way too ;-)

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  131. I'd like tutorials on simple, quick gifts. Possibly items we can sell at bazaars or quilt show boutiques. I'm always looking for ideas.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  132. hmm, how about some simple tut's on how to do basic thing and quick tips to do them. I love finding out a quicker way to do something that needs to be done! Thanks for having the giveaways Des!

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  133. I like the elephant- I vote for more softies and cutsie accessories.

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  134. I love the I Spy softie! My daughter is really into I Spy right now. I'm so glad that you participated and now I have found your site!!

    Shawna
    shawnamariehenry@yahoo.com

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  135. I love the felted pincushion idea... And all your other tutorials. I don't have a lot of time for sewing, so it is always great, if someone else comes up with ideas and all you have to do is follow the instructions.

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  136. waouuuu i would be so happy to have a chance!!!many thanks for this beautiful giveaway!
    i love your elephant tuto!!!!

    you can play on my blog too;o)

    tara from http://atelierdetara.canalblog.com

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  137. I love the "I Spy Softie". cute idea! maisiesmom at gmail

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  138. I love the kitchen towel tutorial. Anything that can be used in the place of a something that is thrown away (paper towels) is great.

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  139. I really love the fabric that you pick for your quilts and tutorials. Very nice!

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  140. I would like to see a quilt labeling tutorial.

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  141. i love baby tutorials or quilt patterens

    red_murray2@yahoo.com

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  142. I'm into bags/totes/purses - so please more of those! :)

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  143. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

    hootie364@gmail.com

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  144. I love the oven mits. I need to make some of those!!!

    I'd love to see a cute bag tut. I am obsessed wtih bags, kinda. ;D

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  145. I'm into making clothes for my toddler at the moment, so more along that line would be perfect.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. Like the idea for the quilt label. It looks lovely and happy. thanks for a chance to win in the giveaway !

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  147. I'm a beginner quilter, so I loved that "Showered with Love" quilt! Anything that doesn't make me shrink away in fear is great!

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  148. You have some great tutorials. I'm definitely coming back! I especially liked the quilt label and the quilt as you sew. Thanks for giving!

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  149. I love the tutorial on the waves and scallops and what a neat ruler tool.

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  150. I'm having a baby, so I love the tutorials on baby related things. Thanks for not only doing a giveaway this week, but for doing them every week!

    Christina
    cmatthies@hotmail.com

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  151. Love the speedy baby quilt, perhaps a baby sling or something like that? Thanks for the chance!

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  152. The elephant tute is my favourit!
    You can contact me via a comment on my blog or the email provided there.

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  153. I'm embarassed to say I also never noticed the tuts on the sidebar and I follow your blog. Probably because I read it in Google Reader. What a treasure trove it is. I love the baby tutorials. I like the Mickey Mouse hot pad too.

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  154. I loved love LOVE the vintage sheet quilt pattern...so cute!!

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  155. I love any kind and all tutorials. Looking for a good one for my IPOD, one that will hold, the charger and ear thingies.

    Janie

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  156. Lots of great tutorials!
    I am not looking at the green smoothie one though...
    I like the hotpad one though!!And the ladder stitch!

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  157. I like the kitchen dishtowels tutorial.

    teresaannpfister AT hotmail DOT com

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  158. Thanks for the giveaway and I'm glad to have discovered your blog.
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  159. My Mama does not sew (her joke is that she can't even sew a straight line with a machine) but I do! I would love to see more softie tutorials as they are some of my favourite things to make! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  160. fun stuff! I need to check out all the tutes :)

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  161. how about a tutorial on quilted drink coasters. I've seen several around blogland, but none that I'm just thrilled with.

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  162. jill-lifewithaviewMay 28, 2009 at 12:29 PM

    I love them all,especially quick & easy projects that make good gifts.The hot mama pad & baby quilts are great!

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  163. Very cool giveaway! How about a tutorial for a fun tote bag??

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

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  164. I really like your quilt tutorials.

    Great giveaway! Thanks for offering it.

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  165. I like all of your stuff. I liked to see the continuing of the funny humorous blog posts. They always come in handy when I am having a bad day.

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  166. I would love to see more tutorials for baby stuff. That's the stage I'm in right now with my children and I love sew for them!

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  167. "We'll be ordering more hours in the day with our next shipment of materials!"
    *giggles*
    That's funny! I'd definitely buy some!! ;D

    I love how easy your tutorials are to understand, even for someone who's a newbie when it comes to sewing (or a re-newb? Because I did use to sew - I just... stopped for a while. For some reason...?!).
    Thanks for that!!

    /Zarah in Sweden

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  168. I like the tutorials... the fabric numbers are great! I do think the center justification of the text makes things a bit convoluted though... hard on the eyes! But I'm no expert!!

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  169. Oh my goodness... a giveaway every Thursday! I will definitely be back. I would love to see a few bag or tote tutorials.

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  170. i think the tutorials are great! what about some baby clothes to add to it?
    any way just became a follower cues your blog is realy great!

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  171. I always love baby size or lap size quilt tutorials. I've been enjoying your blog and shop for a little while now. Thanks for this great giveaway. I would be thrilled to win.

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  172. I love tutorials of any description and even if I don't make the exact item it's wonderful seeing how others deal with common problems and what terrific short cuts they come up with. I really enjoy your blog
    kareno369(@)hotmail(dot)com

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  173. I'm always on the lookout for todder clothes patterns. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  174. I love the elephant tutorial, so cute! I will have to try that one myself. I love the little tricks you mention to help keep things neat and tidy!

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  175. I like quick projects. something easy to make and do. lindagerig@sbcglobal.net

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  176. Great giveaway! I really like the vintage sheet quilt pattern you have, it stands out from others I have seen. Great work! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  177. I like your 'rags to riches' tutorial. Neat idea!

    gordandalisa at gmail dot com

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  178. I need a tutorial on sewing kid slippers...Really. I'm getting a little tired of the crochet ones I've been making.

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  179. i love all of the home goods like hot pads that you have listed. so cute!

    nforgue(at)gmail(dot)com

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  180. I love the Speedy Monkey tutorial! I'm a big fan of anything baby/toddler/boy related!

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  181. I love the Cinderella quilt.

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  182. I'm liking your hot pad tutorial. So cute!

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  183. i am a sewing newbie, and your pillowcase tutorial/pattern looks easy enough for me to tackle!

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  184. oh, I love a good tutorial site. you are bookmarked!

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  185. An apron? or something cute for a little girl for summer?

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  186. I love the hotpad tutorials! And the knitted birdy rattle was very cute! More baby item tutorials would be awesome. I love baby stuff!!

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  187. I like the hot pad tutorial. I love the quickie projects.

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  188. Skirt tutorials??? Just found your blog. Off to follow it!

    heathervanhoof[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  189. Diaper bags. I'm never able to find a decent tutorial for a diaper bag. (or a big bag with lots of pockets that will work as a diaper bag.)

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  190. I am grateful for the Scallop/Waves for Quilt Borders tutorial; not saying I'll get the courage anytime soon; but at least now I have a resource! thank you! count this mama in for the giveaway;
    send anne a letter at gmail dot com!

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  191. Childrens tutorials, but young children (toddler/preschooler). Tough to find stuff between baby and young kid :)

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  192. Wow that is awesome. Thanks!!

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  193. I am new to your blog, super cute things, I love all the colors and those sheet fat quarters, they remind me of when i was a little girl.

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  194. I am a sucker for softies and small gifts. Thanks for the lovely giveaway and blog
    lyndy(at)pulsehr(dot)co(dot)nz

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  195. Oh you do torture...if I didn't love everything you already do, I wouldn't read "you"! Your tutorials are great, but then so is your fabric and your humor, etc. etc.

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  196. I love the I spy softie! What a great idea :)

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