Thursday, August 30, 2012

Mama Said Sew Giveaway Day!

Update:  Congrats to Alisia #50!
You are the winner!
Thoroughly enjoyed all of the comments!
Especially like what Sasha's mama said, 
"..."the ice cream van only plays music to let you know it's run out of ice cream".
 

My Mama never said, "sew". 

My Mama said, 
"Let's go shopping."
"Let's go to Baskin Robbins."
"Let's watch Dallas."
"No, let's watch Quincy."

This brand new collection from
Sweetwater has a vintage vibe in
Black, Red, Cream & Grey.


There are pinwheels, dots, 
a print with names of quilt blocks on it, 
dictionary definition type page,

 

flowers, plaids and more.


Our giveaway today is a
5" charm pack.


To enter the drawing, leave a comment
about something 
your Mama said.

random drawing later tonight.

  
available in the shop.


240 comments:

  1. My Mama said "Clean your room"... :) Baskin Robbins would have been much more fun!

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  2. My mama said to "do as I say and not as I do" It always killed those "but you did it" come backs. haha! Thanks for the giveaway! I am totally in love with this line of fabric!!

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  3. My mama said "nevertheless". Ugh, Even now, years after I've moved out, it still drives me crazy.

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  4. My mum said "may your children be just like you"...perhaps as a derogatory comment as I was a hopelessly "wild" child...but he turned out ok so far! He is an amazing boy-kind as can be. So, perhaps he is "just like me" :-)

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  5. My mama used to say "eat your green vegetables"... and I still hear her saying that when I cook broccoli today!!! Sew Mama Sew is the one line I have been waiting to buy the entire of... it is brlliant so thank you for the chance to win some!

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  6. My Mum used to say, lets play, we can do housework any time but playtime runs out fast. Pam

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  7. My mama said to me today: "Don't forget to pay your telephone bill and your credit cards bills!

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  8. My mum says "go after what your heart really desires" and she has also inspired me to love crafting!

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  9. my momma said to me today "I can't wait to go to Sewing Summit" -- YES! i've totally corrupted her :)

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  10. My mama said today: 'There's a piece of cake for you in the refrigerator'
    Love my mama and the cake was delious! Hildy

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  11. My mum said to my brother when he was a child "Det er ikke hver gang Brian, det er hver eneste gang" (sorry so difficult to translate.....)

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  12. 'If you can't say anything nice,don't say anything at all'

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  13. My mom said 'If you keep making that terrible face, your face will freeze like that'. It didn't.

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  14. "don't worry, it'll wash!". ... Seems moats things wash, and get all the better for doing so over time!

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  15. Mama said "If you spent as much time cleaning as you sewing, our house would be spotless!" Haha, so true! Love this fabric, same colors as my cousin's nursery for her new baby!

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  16. Mine said, "Cleanliness is next to Godliness" and "the ice cream van only plays music to let you know it's run out of ice cream" (I believed that second one for far too long)

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  17. My mama always says "don't sleep!" whenever I want to take an afternoon nap. Gosh, sleeping is supposed to be a right, not privilege lol

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  18. My mama said "clean your room or you're grounded" lol. Well, with 7 kids I'm sure she needed all the help she could get.

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  19. Mine always said... "time for a cuppa" "can you make me a coffee??" Ahh too funny!

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  20. My mama said "get your shoes out from under the bed". She had RULES about where things should be placed and nothing went under the bed. I bought a high rise four poster bed, put a long bed skirt on it and now have 8 storage bins under there. See, Mama...You CAN put stuff under the bed! :)

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  21. My mama always told me treat others as you would want to be treated!

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  22. My mama said "clean the litterbox" - my only daily chore...which I made into an every few days chore. Gross! Kids should listen to their moms! Haha

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  23. My momma always said always tell the truth.

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  24. Mama said " Go to eat"!!!!! Every day !!!!!!
    Thanks for the chance ^__^

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  25. My Mother always said "as you get older, time goes by faster". Never could understand how that could happen until I was about fifty and then began to believe it!

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  26. My mama said, eat all your food. There are people starving in the world.

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  27. My mama always said stop fighting with your sister :oP

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  28. My mom said "be nice to your sisters". Good advice, whether I knew it at the time or not.

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  29. My Mama said, "Wait till you have kids!" =) Poor Mama...we really got her going sometimes.

    I now know that children are a LOT of work and I'm very thankful that I had such a wonderful Mama!

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  30. My mama always said (and still does):

    "You're not supposed to do that."

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  31. My mom always asks "did you take your vitamins?"

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  32. My Mama said, "Put that cookie down. Eat a carrot instead." I never followed that advice.

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  33. Mama said "Let's go work in the garden" (Mama didn't sew. I remember her trying to sew. She had a machine and it continually frustrated her.)

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  34. My mom always used to say, "Suit yourself!" eeeek! We tried to please her....!

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  35. My Mom said " No dessert without eating everything on your plate!"

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  36. Mama said, "Be kind to everyone."

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  37. My mum used to say "Just do your best". It doesn't matter if it's not perfect :)
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  38. My mama said "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all" - unfortunately she didn't practic what she preached.

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  39. What wonderfuly looking fabric. Best advice from my mom, was follow the golden rule. Thanks for a chance to win the give-away.

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  40. Oh wow..I could use those colours!! Yes, a wonderful choice of fabric to giveaway...thank you

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  41. Mama said there'd be days like this... lol...sorry I couldn't resist. I don't recall any singular phrase that my mom said a lot, unless it was something like, "you can't even taste the tomatoes..." (I'm not a tomato lover so I would complain if I found any bits in chili or other soups, etc.)

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  42. Oh how lovely! My mum said: you don't really know until you try it! Perhaps that is why I am always encouraged to try something first before saying: I can't!

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  43. My mama said, "Always treat others the way you want to be treated!" Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  44. My mom said 'clean your room'.... something I have heard myself telling my kids ....

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  45. My mom always said "We are so proud of you" - it was wonderful to grow up knowing that was true :-)

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  46. Always pay attention to your sewing, keep your seams straight and have fun!

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  47. My mom said, "When your father gets home..." Love Mama Said Sew...thanks for a chance.

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  48. My mama said, if "If Jimmy jumps off the mountain, are you going to"

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  49. My momma said "Hi honey bunches" (her pet name for us)

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  50. My mama said "never talk to strangers". That doesn't count in blogland does it?

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  51. My mama always said "Clean your room!".

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  52. My mama said "don't use my good scissors"

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  53. My mom said, "Do your best".

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  54. My mama said, "remember who you are and what you stand for."

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  55. "No one notices if you have crooked teeth, but they sure notice a pretty smile"

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  56. The first time I got a machine sewing needle in my finger my mamma said "now you are a woman"

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  57. LOL - I say this to my yr old as he wants everything he sees, "save your money."

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  58. my moma said. because i said so. I hated that. but yet i say it all the time to my four kids. now my hubby says you are your mother.

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  59. My mama said,,,,,"If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." Good advice. As a mama and a grandma, when I say "I sure do love you!" I get a wonderful smile that lights up the room in return!

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  60. My mama said I could do anything if I could read and follow directions. She was right.

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  61. My mama said we have to look in side our heart before going to sleep ,to make sure we didn't have a dispute with anyone. So we had to make it right first.

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  62. Mama said to do it and if you asked why it was "Because I said so" that's why.

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  63. My mama said "Act like a lady"...I really love that collection and what a cute name!

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  64. mine always said I could "MAKE TIME" for anything I really wanted to do...or that she really wanted me to do!
    and "NEVER GIVE UP" when I felt like quitting. I still hear her voice saying these things 50 yrs later.

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  65. Mama said "I love you" miss it every day...

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  66. My mama said "Dont worry and don't get mad b/c God sees all and their day will come." I have found this to be so true so I don't even try to get even. I know God's got my back cause my mama said so!

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  67. "It's your choice, but good or bad you live with the consequences" So, true! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  68. My mom told me not to get married. 27 years later, I am glad I did not take her advice :)

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  69. My mother used to always tell us to "act like a lady and NOT chew gum" because she thought we looked like a cow when we did that.

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  70. When we would go school clothes shopping my mama always said "We can make that!"

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  71. My mom said what goes around comes around..

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  72. My mother was a very quiet woman. I do remember her telling me to put a smile on my face. A smile was more attractive than a pout or frown. Thanks for bringing back memories of Momma!

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  73. "Don't worry about something that may never happen :)" Still helping me today!

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  74. My mom never missed a chance to tell me that she loved me. I miss her terribly.

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  75. My mama always said, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all". I must have heard that a million times.

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  76. As I left the house each day my mama would always ask if I had a clean handkerchief :-))

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  77. "If you are going to spend the time doing something, then do it right the first time." My Mom always encouraged us to do a good job at whatever we were doing and to not just hurry through to get it done.

    barberg@sbcglobal.net

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  78. My mama told me to relax my shoulders (they shoot up towards my ears when I am stressed out or angry -- whenever she said that to me it stressed me out and made me angry!)

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  79. My mama said a lot of things she never should have said to me, so how about something I say to my girls? "You are my sunshine when skies are any color!" :) thanks for the chance!

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  80. She told me I could be anything I wanted when I grow up.

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  81. Mama said "you've got to break it to eat it"

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  82. Mama sees the future, predicting what will happen before it happens. I think she is guess because she knew it would happen.
    Mama said:because I said so.

    mama says that a smile is worth a thousand words

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  83. Mama always said, "I love you; I'm proud of you," when I needed to hear it most. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  84. Mama said "save your kisses so when you finally do give them, he'll know how special he is to receive them." But that was when I was younger. Last night she said to "lay off the cookies and candy!" because (apparently) I'm overweight. love...hate...love...hate... :O)

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  85. Do as I say, not as I do. That was the one she had (still has) the most fun with.

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  86. My Mama always said "If it was a snake, it would have bit you" when finding something for us that was right under our noses.

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  87. on my way out to college my Mama said: "I give you your wings now you can fly." Thanks for the chance to win!

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  88. Mama Said.....
    No we are not there yet...
    Military family often driving from one end of the country to another for family, friends and posting...

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  89. My mom always said to keep things put away in their place.

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  90. I am stumped...can't think of what mom always said. But Dad always said, "A man works from sun to sun; a woman's work is never done."

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  91. My sister would love this collection. One of the things I remember my mother always saying, "Things done by halves are never done right." Now I'm saying this to my children : )

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  92. Mama said, "I told you so", often ... and she still does!

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  93. Mama said "if you can't say something nice, don't say anything"!

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  94. My mother always said "Never leave dishes in the sink, you never know when someone will come and visit" and I still remember that but now I put them in my dishwasher...LOL...

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  95. When my Momma was mad she would say "oh bean soup" instead of swear words but we knew we were in trouble anyway.

    Robin in Washington State
    assweetaspeaches hotmail

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  96. Madman would say "sit up straight or your back will be crooked"

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  97. Mama always said life is like a box of chocolates.. oh wait that was Forest's mama. My Mom would always say 'say please and thank you'. :)

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  98. My mom said, "If you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything at all."

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  99. My Mama said," The best place to find a good husband is at church."

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  100. Like another...I don't remember my Mama consistently saying any one particular phrase...but she loved to re-arrange the furniture...something that my siblings and I still chat and laugh about....you never knew where the sofa was going to be.

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  101. my mama said; let go for a walk ☺
    Thanks for the chance.
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  102. I love this fabric line! My mom said "don't borrow trouble."

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  103. Wash your hands. Hard to remember that far back. I have a big birthday this Sunday 65 spit has been a long time since my mama told me xmuch. Where does time gp? Linda gerig

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  104. Mama said "you're the oldest, you should know better!"

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  105. One Christmas as she was putting up the Christmas tree, my momma told us we were "unnerving" her! I thought she had made that one up. To this day, when I hear someone use that word, I still giggle!

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  106. My Mama said, make sure you always wear clean underwear, you don't know what is going to happen. No holes allowed. Thank for the giveaway, I love this line, anything with words on it is so lovely. thanks, kathy

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  107. My mom said lots of things...can't really narrow it down to one specific. She would wake me up early on Saturdays when I was a teen and we would sit together and have coffee and talk before the rest of the family woke up. One of my favorite memories!

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  108. Mama said "Dad wants us to clean the house today." lol.

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  109. Mama always said, "Wear clean underwear in case you're in an accident!" I always laugh because if I am ever in a fender bender, that's the first thing that crosses my mind! LOL

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  110. My mama said "kindness is to do and say - the nicest thing in the nicest way" I think that was her way of "counting to 10" as she seemed to say it to herself alot and there were 8 of us kids! thanks!

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  111. Mama said 'close the door' and 'wipe your feet'. She said those two phrases so often the parakeet learned them - and said them every time someone came in the door!

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  112. My mama always said "pass the chocolate" :)

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  113. My mom always told me to suck in my gut and stand up straight (I still do both), and that I'd better "straighten up and fly right!"

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  114. I was adopted and my mom always said "out of all the children in the world, we chose you". On a more humorous note - "did you practice (the piano) today?" and "always wear clean underwear - you never know".

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  115. Like Michelle, I am also adopted and my mom once told me to "save my money" when I said a baby on tv was so cute i wanted it!

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  116. My dear Mom said "Just do it. Someday you will look back and be glad you did." Words to live by for those times you know you SHOULD but don't want to!

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  117. The one thing that pops into my head that my Mom always said was "Stop running". I just don't move slow. Still don't.

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  118. My momma always said, "You get more flies with honey than with vinegar." Love the new Sweetwater fabric collection

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  119. My mum said "I'm so proud of you!"

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  120. My mom always said "Work before play" and I always hated it! Makes me shutter just to type it here. Yikes.

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  121. My Momma said, "Don't let your Mom catch you doing that."

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  122. My mother always said "You don't need a man to make you happy"..she was so right!

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  123. fun fabrics. My mom used to say "close the door, were you born in a barn?"

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  124. My mamma used to say "wait til your dad gets home!"

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  125. My mom would always say" Patience is a virtue, posses it if you can, found little in a woman and never in a man." eatkin85@yahoo.com

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  126. Hmm maybe "eat your food". I never ate very much lol

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  127. Mama always said, "Wear clean underwear in case you're in an accident."
    Thanks for the opportunity to win your nice giveaway.

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  128. My mom always said, "you don't have to be friends with everyone, but you do have to be friendly."

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  129. Mama said, "to have friends you must be a friend". Thanks for the giveaway!

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  130. My Mom always told me "Of course you can, just try"

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  131. Mama said a lot! She worked night shift. She told us, "If you wake me up you better be bleeding, broken or on fire...or you will be when I am done!" I work rotating shifts and I agree with her!

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  132. My Mama said, "Work is fun!" That was when she was divvying up the chores on Saturday mornings among all of us kids! I love that definition page fabric! How clever! The whole line is fabulous!

    MGM

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  133. My Mom always said "if you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all"

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  134. My mom always says William Morrison's quote, "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful."

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  135. My favorit thing my mama said was when I had my first baby, and she was very collicky. Cried 24/7. One day in despair I said to my mom, "What am I going to do with her??" and she said, "Just love her." And that what I did!
    keels@mvdsl.com

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  136. My Mom always and still does say "Well, do what you want, you will anyway...."

    wewritedocs at yahoo dot com

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  137. My mom would always say "Clean your room". It's still messy.

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  138. My mamma said " It is better to have and not need, than to need and not have."

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Mary Malone

    mary and russ at wi dot rr dot com

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  139. Mama said, "Eat your carrots, it will put hair on your chest." Excuse me....no thank you!

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  140. Mama always said never put off til tomorrow what you can do today.

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  141. HELLO! My Mama said "Always treat others like you'd like to be treated." THANK YOU for such a neat giveaway!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  142. My mom always said never to criticize something you haven't tried first

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  143. Mama said "It's not too late to change your mind." as I was about to walk down the aisle. That was nearly 27 years ago as I was marrying the love of my life. It's not that she didn't like my DH-to-be, but I think she thought we hadn't known each other long enough. That, and it's what her mother said to her when she married my dad. Now that was an even shorter engagement! They were married 38 1/2 years until my dad's death.

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  144. My mom said not to talk bad about other people...they might be listening. :)

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  145. My mama said "Sit up straight. Your tall be proud of it."
    I still try to.

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  146. My Mom told all of us kids to tell the truth because you'll always get caught if you lie..this is how she put it: "A lie you can never remember...the truth you will never forget".

    Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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  147. My Mama said, "Nothing good ever happens after midnight." I miss her so much.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  148. Whenever I hung up the phone with my mom she always said
    "I love you hon" (she was from Baltimore). Isn't that the best thing to remember about your mother?!

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  149. My mom always told us when we made fun of someone of the opposite sex to be careful we may find ourselves married to that person some day.

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  150. Mama said "God gave you a brain, use it". Lovely giveaway, thank you!
    Boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

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  151. "Because I said so,that's why." There just was no arguing with Mama.

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  152. Mama always says "I love you more than anything"! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  153. are you ever going to clean your room? That's about all I remember LOLOL. I now have one neat daughter and one messy daughter, just like mom! thanks for the giveaway

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  154. mama always said to make sure I wore clean undies every day...

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  155. Haven't seen this one yet....my Mama said "If you keep shaking your leg that way you'll marry a poor man."

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  156. My mom always said "Pick up your shoes", everyday..."Pick up your shoes" I am an adult and I still leave shoes all over the house :-)

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  157. My moma always said "to get the hair out of my eyes". To this day I can't stand my hair in front of my face. It kills modern hairstyles.

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  158. When I was a teenager, my momma said it was her soul purpose in life to embarass me! She did a good job--too.

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  159. When I was a young married, overwhelmed with 4 - 6 little ones, trying to be a good housekeeper and not doing a great job, Mom would visit, clean the house and say, "You are doing an amazing job, look at all you do do!" It was sooooo very helpful and uplifting. I try to support my daughters and DILs in the same way. She always focused on my good, never on my failings. I still miss her. Thanks.

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  160. If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. (it's very hard to do!)

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  161. It used to drive me nuts but now I understand why Mama alway's said'" An idle mind and idle hands is the devils workshop"

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  162. My mama always said, and still says, "I love you." One of the most important thing a mama can say to her daughter.

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  163. My mom always said "if you're gonna be dumb you've got to be tough." and yes, I find myself telling my 4 boys the same thing.

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  164. My mother used to say, "You're neither sugar nor salt, you won't melt!" whenever we'd complain about going out in the rain :)

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  165. I did get a lot of "If your friends jumped off a bridge would you do it too?" comments in high school :)

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  166. My mum use to and still says: "Life is like a box of fabric scraps. You never know what you going to get"..And I love my mum

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  167. Long story (My mom is a very sweet lady btw, and very proper)... Our neighbors have been after my sisters to marry their boys since we were kids. Jerry, the oldest, was talking to my mom one day and said, "If I can't marry Christina I will just die!" (Jerry is 21, Christina just turned 20, we have know their family since he was a baby. And there is nothing in the world that will make any of us marry them.) Well, my mom replys... "You better start dying then." HAHAHA (You might have had to been there.) My mom says the darndest things when you least expect it.

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  168. My mum says: "cheap things are not for the pour", meaning that when you buy a thing, don't buy it cheap as it will not last long enough so that it pays to buy it cheap. bianca_questionATyahooDOTcom

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  169. Someday you'll sound just like me!

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  170. Mama said to make sure everyone felt included. Still good advice today!!

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  171. This is cute!
    My mama said to NEVER open someone's refrigerator when I was at their house. If I needed something, for me to come home! LOL

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  172. My mama said "If you want a job done right, do it yourself!"
    and she was right LOL.

    Kay Lemieux

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  173. My mom said "Clean you room", "Behave yourself", and most of all "Eat it...It won't kill you".

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  175. My mami still has to say "remember to salt your food!" when I'm cooking. ;o)

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  176. Mine always said you think money grows on trees?

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  177. Bummer.

    Anytime anything went wrong, she always just said Bummer. Which basically allowed us to take responsibility for it.

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  178. My mom always used to tell us "when pigs fly." That is until we started buying her flying pig items.

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  179. Mine always reminded us, "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all."

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  180. My mama said treat others how you would like to be treated :)

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  181. My mother always said: wat gij niet wil dat u geschiedt doe dat ook bij een ander niet. It is a Dutch saying: what you don't want to happen to you, don't do it to someone else.

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  182. what great fabric! My mamma said "I love you" :)

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  183. mine said don't marry that man but she was't right thanks for the giveaway

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  184. My mom always said that if it hurts when you bend your neck (so that your chin touches your chest) you MUST obviously have meningitis.

    Yeah, she said that a lot, but neither my sister nor I died of meningitis, despite any neck pain we may or may not have had. ;)

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  185. Momma said:" If you weren't there, and didn't see it with your own eyes, then it probably didn't happen the way that you heard it." In other words don't be passing along stories that you hear. Believe what you actually SEE for yourself not what others are telling you happened.

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  186. My Mom always said always have a backup plan! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  187. You don't want to know what Momma said....giggle. But the song says, "Momma said there will be days like this"...

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  188. My Mama always said "clean your room".....Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  189. Mama said, "If you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all".

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  190. My mama said, "You can say almost anything as long as you smile when you're saying it". If nothing else, it will throw people for a loop because they won't know if you're kidding or not! :)

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  191. My mama said, "Pretty is as pretty does!" I've never forgotten it!

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  192. My mother actually told me : 'let's sew" and I did! Thanks for the Giveaway

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  193. My Mama said, "No one ever said life is fair". Thank you for the giveaway.

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  194. My mom said, "Pin, pin, pin, press, press, press."

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  195. My Mama said " Never put anything in writing unless you wouldn't mind the whole World reading it". She was right!

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