Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Hi all,

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I thought I would giveaway some of my favourite fabric….that I haven’t been game to cut into yet! I just can’t decide what to make, placemats or potholders???

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There is a mix of fabric here – Riley Blake Chevrons and the Michael Miller kitchen print. But they match perfectly!

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The kitchen print is so retro – I love it!

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In the bundle is 1 metre of the kitchen print and a fat quarter of each of the chevrons – green, navy, orange and yellow. These measurements are Australian so that is a bit bigger than a yard and the fat quarters are a bit bigger than the American!

To enter I would like to know what you would make for your kitchen with these fabrics?

And my followers, either here or on Facebook can leave a second comment letting me know how they follow me!

I will post worldwide and I will draw the winner a week from today!

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For more great giveaways head over to the giveaway pages on the Sew Mama Sew blog, there are loads there so you might need a cuppa and a couple of hours!

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Waverlee said...

Probably pot holders. Or use them as a feature on plain white tea towels.

Waverlee said...

I'm a follower :)

Mishi Kichi said...

I would make placemats for sure! And a runner (one for summer bbq's and dinner playdates)!

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

Wow, these are lovely! I would make a pretty window curtain! & matching towels!

Bree said...

Love it all. I made placemats for my parents out of the retro print. Maybe some embellished tea towels? I'm a Facebook fan too;)

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I'm a BL follower

Sewjournal said...

I know exactly what I'd make - some oven gloves and some covers for the appliances that seem to be multiplying on my benchtops. Great give away. Very generous. Hope you get lots of followers. I follow you on FB.

Tracee said...

I would make some placemats or potholders, or embellished towels, with such pretty fabric the possibilities are endless Tx

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Placemats would definitely be cool - or for something different, a mini for the kitchen?

Fab giveaway - thank you!

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

I'm a follower via GFC and FB :)

elpetittaller said...

I'd make pot holders and a tea cozy. thanks for the chance!

elpetittaller said...

I follow you through FB

Margaret said...

I think table runners or placemats

Margaret said...

I follow by blog lovin and Facebook

Debbie said...

Placemats for me. I have a couple of handmade sets but they are looking very tatty and I really need to make some new ones, I would love a new teapot cozy too... Too many options :)

barcord said...

Hi Jess, I havent blogged in ages, but I follow all my blogging friends and enjoy their blogs. Your giveaway fabric looks so lovely. Fresh and summery. I would use it tomake a couple of cushions for our wee sunroom. They're just perfect.

Sue said...

I need to recover some chairs and the fabric would look lovely

Sue said...

I follow

Michelle Olsen said...

I would make placemats. Dinner is always nicer when served on a pretty placemat :) Thank you for the chance to win!

Patchwork and Play said...

With such a generous giveaway, I think there would be plenty of fabric to make a very pretty apron with chevron pockets and binding! There might even be enough to border some hand towels!

Patchwork and Play said...

And I am a follower through Google Friend Connect! Thanks for the giveaway!

grapes and hearts said...

I definitely need two fabric baskets in my kitchen. One for confiscated toys (when the boys are quarreling about them too much) and another one for all that stuff that sits on my window sill (invoices, letters from kindergarten, keys, candy, etc. you name it... Aaaah). Thank you very much for the chance to win!

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

I follow :o)

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

So many things with all that. A cover for my mixed, trim some tea towels and a couple of pot holders. thanks for the chance

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

So many things with all that. A cover for my mixed, trim some tea towels and a couple of pot holders. thanks for the chance

Oops-Lah said...

Oh what yummy fabrics. Thanks for a chance to win this gorgeous bundle.

Oops-Lah said...

Of course I follow you, here and on FB.

Mara said...

Love your little purse below, the fabrics are so cute, maybe a cover for my blender or pot holders or both, lovely giveaway.

Mama Maakt ... (Petra) said...

A new apron as my favorite colour is green!

Francine said...

I'd love to make some mug rugs or a heatproof mat for my kitchen table:). Thanks for the giveaway!

Jane said...

We have a nice comfy chair in the sofa and I would make a bright cushion for it from these fab patterns. Thanks

cat and vee xoxo said...

hi Jess, what a generous giveaway, that's so awesome of you. I had good intentions of doing a giveaway but was caught by unorganised-surprise! I'll pop across and see if it's too late to get something organised and join in.

I would get fussy-cutting with those gorgeous retro mugs and kitchen goodies and make a set of placemats and matching coasters - I'd use the chevrons and mix them in with something like a linen-blend here and there - maybe a log-cabiny design.

hope you get lots of new traffic popping by to see your fab creations. x

Katrin said...

These would make fabulous aprons for my SIL and my little niece. Thanks!

pennydog said...

That definitely needs to be on a teatowel.

Annabella said...

Definitely placemats - the fabric is perfect!

Annabella said...

I'm a follower :)

Paula said...

Cute fabrics! I would use the kitchen print to make appliques on tea towels and on a white table cloth. As for the chevrons I would make purses with them. Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Deborah said...

this is such lovely fabric - thanks for sharing. I would love to make a curtain for my kitchen window.

Deborah said...

I am a follower on Blog Lovin

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I'd definitely accent some teatowels for gifts!

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I'm a follower :)

Jodi Godfrey said...

I have loved this kitchen print for so long! I would definitely make kitchen curtains!

Jodi Godfrey said...

I'm a new follower!

Siobhán said...

I'd love to use those prints to make a table runner for my kitchen table. We always bring people into the kitchen rather than the sitting room--it'd be nice to spruce up the table a bit!

Siobhán said...

I'm a follower!

Lis Martion said...

I think a couple of Tea Towels would be nice and a center piece for the table...runner or a small square Table Cloth. Very nice..Thank you.

Lis Martion said...

I follow you on Face Bk and here too..

Lisa Marie said...

Love those fabrics and the green looks like just the shade I have in my kitchen! I have a bare space on the wall near my table and would love to make a small wallhanging from this fabric. Then use the leftovers for potholders. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lisa Marie said...

I follow your blog.

Nilya said...

Great giveaway :)

Nilya said...

... and I follow you

Jo C. said...

How about appliance covers? Breadmaker, toaster...i think they are darling fabrics...thank you!
Boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

Sewing Mom said...

I could definitely see an apron, some potholders, and maybe a couple towel toppers to match. =) Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

Sewing Mom said...

Following with Bloglovin! Thanks again.

Marie said...

I think an apron and a divided basket made from the Noodlehead pattern.

Christine Welsh said...

Placemats and a table runner! :)
Christine
ChrisW Designs

Christine Welsh said...

Oh and I follow you with Bloglovin! :)
Christine
ChrisW Designs

Adri H. said...

I'd attempt pot holders or place-mats with my new overlocker!

adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kay said...

Thank you for a great giveaway, I have a green kitchen so this would be perfect in there. I really need some new placemats, the kitchen is also our dining room!
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

Donna said...

Such beautiful fabrics!! I would make a long table runner, a couple of oven mitts and a toaster cover. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

don_mae2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Martina said...

I think I would make some potholders and towels! Such great fabrics!

Martina said...

I am a follower of your blog.

Joy said...

Mug rugs and a purse!

Ok, the purse wouldn't exactly be for the *kitchen*...

Joy said...

I'm following you through Google!

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

Tea towels and potholders. These fabrics are gorgeous!

Barbara @ Nähtante Quilts said...

I follow on Bloglovin

Abby said...

I need some pot mits. And maybe a gift or two

Sowing Stitches said...

I would make a valance for my kitchen window! :)

Sowing Stitches said...

I happily follow via gfc!

Lindsay @ 402CenterStreet.blogspot.com said...

Maybe a table runner and some pot holders? Such a cute collection of fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win!

Cherilyn said...

I would make some placemats. Love the fabric!

Cherilyn said...

New follower on bloglovin!

Nortiness said...

I would make a full set of placemats for the table and if enough leftover a insulated large mat for the table! Perfect for a nice family feast!

Nortiness said...

I follow your blog via bloglovin and GFC!

Nessa said...

I would probably send the kitchen fabric to a NZ blogger I know who would just love it. With the chevrons I would try to combine them into a panelled A-line skirt! It would look pretty groovy!

Angela Bullard said...

My kitchen needs so much work that it's hard to know where to start...probably with a window treatment of some sort. Then I'd have to make potholders and oven mitts :) Thanks so much for a chance to win some great fabrics!

Meg said...

I would make some fun summery napkins!

Angela Bullard said...

I've been a happy follower since the How Far Will You Go QAL :)

principeta said...

Love this fabric,looks fantastic.Perfect for braid bag,table runner,potholders,mug rugs,anything and everything.Amazing giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.

Jennifer Thompson said...

T would make some curtains, it would definitely brighten my kitchen up, thanks!

Sara Tarpoff said...

I would make a cover for my kitchen aid mixer.

Sara Tarpoff said...

I'm a new follower on fb.

Jennifer Thompson said...

I follow you on facebook, thanks for the giveaway!

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Szamóca said...

Potholder (is it an English word???) and table cloth.
ehodasz at yahoo dot com

Kristen said...

I have some of the navy blue kitchen print and I planned to make placemats with them. I'd be excited to do blue and green!

Kristen said...

I follow you on FB!

Nakayoshi said...

I need a new apron! And some tea towels! Thank you for this lovely giveaway!

Mary Beth said...

I would make a table cloth! I love the green kitchen with the tea pots and mugs...I have a collection in my kitchen. Thank you for the chance!

Stacey Hin said...

I will make some cushions out of them! Thanks for the giveaway

Taya@TypeB said...

What great fabric! They do go great together. I think they would look cute as tea towels or a quilted tea cozy?

Anonymous said...

I would make those things you put under hot cups and bigger trivets for bowls.
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kendascrafts said...

LOVE the fabric. I think I'd make some much-needed oven mitts. Thanks for the giveaway!

Taryn said...

I would make potholders. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Taryn said...

I am following via FB!

Skwishee said...

Looks like placemats and a runner to me! :) Or maybe potholders to replace the ones I just binned!

Kaylee said...

I think the cups would make a super cute valance for my little kitchen window, and then with the rest and the chevrons I'd jazz up some colored tea towels.

Emma said...

I would be making oven gloves for certain.

Hilary Brooks said...

This fabric matches my kitchen wonderfully! I would probably make placemats and napkins... or maybe some potholders...
Thanks so much!
modernmarketingmama(at) gmail (dot) com

Hilary Brooks said...

I now follow on facebook!
modernmarketingmama (at) gmail (dot) com

Anna said...

Tea towels, definitely! Thanks for the chance to win, I love this fabric!

Laura said...

That would make a really cute apron!

Bonnie said...

I would make curtains!

OzKnitter said...

I call them pot pillows (something to put a pot/pan on when you take it out of the oven and don't want to put it directly on the bench).

Thanks,

ozknitter AT gmail DOT com

Kelli said...

I would make myself a new retro apron! This bundle matches my kitchen colors, so it'd be perfect!

Tiffany said...

I'm in desperate need of one or two oven mitts. Although a new apron wouldn't hurt... ;)

Lisa said...

I think these would be great as kitchen towel tops that fold over the oven door and button!

Renee Castro said...

I would make a cover for my blender :)

Renee Castro said...

I follow you on bloglovin :)

Carrie P. said...

thanks for the giveaway. I might try my hand at making some covers for my small appliances.

T said...

I have a tiny kitchen table so I think this would make the best tablecloth!

Nancy said...

I think they would make an adorable apron! Thanks for the giveaway.

Jeanette said...

A cover for something! Teapot, stand mixer, coffee press, bread box...lol. So perfect. It'd be an adorable apron, too, though...hmm, I see how you can't decide! :)

Christine said...

My mom just mentioned needing new aprons, and this fabric would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kate said...

I would use the yardage to make a little curtain for our door's tiny window and the rest to make pot holders. It would look so great with my Fiestaware. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

Olga (Kid Approved) said...

I would make an apron and probably potholders. Thank you for the giveaway!

Joy said...

I can always use more potholders.

Linda said...

HI! NEW CLEAN PLACE MATS FOR SURE! MAYBE SOME OTHER DECORATIVE ITEMS LIKE OVEN MITTS,POT HOLDERS USING INSUL-BRIGHT. THANKS FOR SHARING A WONDERFUL GIVEAWAY!

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Linda said...

HAPPY TO FOLLOW VIA BLOG LOVIN'!

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Heather D. said...

I'd make some new oven mitts, or maybe an apron. Thanks for the giveaway.

Diya said...

Table mats ! and An apron :) I love chevrons.. But never owned one.. Hence I painted a fabric to make a skirt here.

Diya said...

Following via blogloving :)

Sare said...

Totally a table runner. Love these!

JLVerde said...

I might have to make curtains for my sister's kitchen. It's already painted bright colors and she has a vintage looking table (with chrome sides).

JLVerde said...

New follower via bloglovin.

Happier Than A Bird Quilts said...

Those coordinate so well!
I'd probably make a casserole tote or some ovenmitts

Marci Girl said...

Probably a toaster cover, our toaster is really unattractive!

Laura said...

I would love to make potholders or tea towels!

Julie said...

I would love to make some embellished towels for my kitchen. I still have heart towels in my kitchen from valentine's day because I don't have any other cute ones.

Julie said...

I follow with Bloglovin.

Natalie said...

I would make some curtains for my daughter's kitchen. She would love that fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

Natalie said...

I am following on facebook.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

This fabric is too cute. I'd love to make placemats and mug rugs.

Amanda K said...

I would love some trimmed dish towels or pot holders in that cute fabric.

Thanks!
Amandak@whatthebobbin

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

I need to make a basket to hold the Keurig coffee pod thingies - this would be perfect, don't you think?

Celtic Thistle said...

I could do with new oven gloves and a cover for the cafetiere. If there was any left over I'd make some cute coasters too!

Amy said...

Placemats and towels! Thanks!

Emily C said...

Looks like there might be enough for a apron. If not, then I will make pot holders, with matching placemats.

B Greene said...

I seriously need placemats, so that is what I would plan to make. Thanks for the chance to win!

Barbara said...

For my kitchen, probably a wall hanging.

Amanda said...

Potholders!

Thrifty Finn said...

At least one apron and couple of potholders. Which I would never use because the fabric's too pretty.

vicki said...

an apron and some potholders

vhogsett@comcast.net

Kayla Yapuncich said...

Oh I love these - pick me!! I would definitely make an apron and some placements, maybe a table runner, some pot holders - pretty much anything until I ran out of fabric!

Michelle Frame said...

I would make placemats

Jenna said...

Love these fabrics! I would probably make an apron and then do something fun like potholders with the extra!

Purl Buttons said...

I would most likely make place mats for the breakfast nook. Love that kitchen print and chevron go-withs.

Beth said...

Those fabrics are too cute. Love them and would make either placemats or oven mitts. Thanks!

Mary-Frances said...

I'm a new follower on Bloglovin'!

Mary-Frances said...

I need a new apron and this fabric would be perfect. If there's any leftover, then potholders for sure!

Sallie said...

A table runner. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Kristy said...

Lovely! I need a new apron. :)

Thanks for the chance!

Kristy said...

Following GFC and bloglovin'!

Amy said...

Maybe a table runner? Great fabric!

Mary Manson said...

Potholders and placemats!

Mary Manson said...

I follow your blog.

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Lovely fabrics....thanks for the chance to win!

Kim said...

THey are too pretty, I would have to make an apron for me to wear in the kitchen :-D

Jeannie D said...

Place mats and napkins! Or a big batch of dish towels would be nice too!

Miggsie said...

I think I'd make a table runner and also use some of the fabric to trim kitchen towels. Thanks!

Julianne said...

Maybe a super cute apron or curtain and use the scraps for potholders!

Julianne said...

I'm a faithful follower!

Omee Bubu said...

I will make unpaper towels and dish cloths :)

Trish said...

Some reusable shopping bags!! :)

Laurel said...

oh, definitely an apron and some matching tea towels!

or a new valance and tea towels.

Nectarine said...

hello I'm a follower , I would make placemats or chair cushions!

Heather A said...

Man, oh, man, do I need new oven mitts! That's what I would make ... and matching hot mats.

Heather A said...

I follow via Feedly.

Shauna said...

I want to do some decorated dish towels and I think these would work perfectly for them.

noga quilts said...

I would some long needed curtains.

noga quilts said...

Follow on bloglovin

Sally Nicol said...

Oven gloves as the dog has just chewed the ones we have right now

EmileeHope said...

Pot holder or two & accents on tea towels! So cute! Thanks for a chance to win!

EmileeHope said...

I am now following you on bloglovin

bessaroni said...

I would definitely make an apron for my friend who is in love with kitchen prints these days. Pot holders or coasters with the chevron.
Thanks so much for the great giveaway!

Margaret said...

I'd make a super retro apron, and tea cozy with quilted coasters to match.

erica said...

I would make placemats

Calikisses said...

An apron and matching oven mitt would be super cute!

camelama said...

I would make a toaster cozy! Or maybe cafe curtains for my kitchen sink window that now looks out onto a tarp-covered chicken coop in the neighbor's yard. (DOH!) Or maybe a cute little tablecloth for my itty bitty kitchen table!

camelama said...

I'm a follower!

Heidi said...

Curtains and potholders!
colorvibrant[at]gmail[dot]com

Heidi said...

Following on GFC!

kbzelazny said...

I LOVE this fabric! I'd make placemats that were reversible. Print on one side and chevron on the other, and potholders with the leftovers!!

Heather said...

Jess, you are very generous! Love retro and those fabrics. I would make an appliance cover and a table runner. I am a follower on FB and your blog :)

Bailey said...

I would make a cover for my kitchen aid mixer so I could see it everyday.

texheks said...

I would make placemat and some scrappy mugrugs...

KT said...

an apron would be perfect!

Mar said...

Im making an apron for me! Or a table cloth for my kitchen table. My kitchen is blue!

Mar said...

I like you on FB!

Jeana said...

I think I'd applique onto some tea towels!

Lady J said...

I would use them to make aprons or some curtains.

Nati said...

I would make myself an apron and matching oven mits, thanks for the chance to win!

Nati said...

I am your follower via bloglovin

Laura said...

these would make a super cute table runner or some placemats.

MissEnota aka Kristin S. said...

Oh, wonderful! I'd make an apron and oven mitt...then I'd walk around trying not to get it dirty so everyone else has to cook for me. :)

brandischmandi said...

i have been wanting to make an apron for myself and have not yet found the right fabric... however we also just bought some land and are putting a cabin on it and i have NOTHING in the kitchen... literally nothing. so that fabric could go a long way i making fancy dish towels or curtains!!

Kirsten said...

Such cute fabrics - I would make an apron from the retro print and maybe some matching pot holders or placemats from the chevrons. Thanks for theh chance to win!

Ladybug88 said...

i would make myself an apron (what you wear it in the kitchen that counts)

Stephanie said...

I would make an apron & a large bag to hang from the oven handle to hold used towels/washrags/etc. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Stephanie said...

I now follow your blog :)

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