Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Quilt Market Giveaway #2

I’ve got some more prizes to give away from my recent trip to Quilt Market. I’ll split these up into five lots again, with five winners.

Rules are the same as before. The winners for this giveaway will be chosen by random.org.  In order to be entered, all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell me what you intend to do with your swag.

There are two ways that you can get additional entries.

1) First, like my facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Fabricologist. Second, I’ve posted a link on my facebook page to this blog giveaway post. Click "share" below that post so that it will be shared on your own facebook page.

2) If you have your own blog, write a post on your blog mentioning my giveaway. Then, leave another comment below with a link to your blog.

After you do one or both of those two things, post one or two more comments below so that you get additional entries.

And now to the prizes:

DSCF6452  DSCF6451 Moda fabrics will go to 2 winners: 2 packs of seven 10 inch squares of Quilt Blocks by Ellen Luckett Baker, and 3 packs of 2 1/2 inch squares of : A Walk in the Woods by Aneela Hooey, California Girl by Fig Tree & Co., Good Fortune by Kate Spain, or A Stitch in Color by Malka Dubrawsky.


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I found a great new snap tool set & pearlized snaps. These snaps are much more beautiful than anything you can find in the big box craft store. They’re extremely easy to use, and very durable. I’ll be selling both the snap setting tools and size 18 pearlized snaps. Winner of this prize will get the snap setter tool, an adapter for for the larger size snaps that I’ll be stocking soon, and some practice snaps.



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This next prize came from the Spring Quilt Market I attended, but I’m giving it away now. It’s an autographed copy of Kay Whitt’s great book, Sew Serendipity. There are tons of great tips, tricks, and instructions in this book, as well as some great patterns.
The winner will also receive an embroidery pattern from Cinderberry Stitches, whose first fabric line will be in the shop soon.




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Finally, I’m reluctantly giving away an autographed copy of Kay Whitt’s newest book Sew Serendipity Bags. Man, oh man, I wish I would have bought two copies of this book. I’m really kicking myself. This great book is filled with projects and instructions for creating your own great bags and purses.







Get your entries in by commenting below! Winners will be picked next Monday.

27 comments:

  1. why, make things, of course! and blog [brag] about what i made and and how i got it.

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  2. i went to your fb page, liked it and shared the post!

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  3. and i blogged about this on my blog, akgranny.blogspot.com.

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  4. What would I do, besides the usual slow opening and petting of fabric. I would probably sew a whole bunch into a lovely crochet carry all. I'm in desperate need as I've been using some plasticy thing.

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  5. The Fabricologist is already Liked on FB and I shared on my wall. (I sound so Techy!)

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  6. I'd read the book and plan to make that skirt on the cover. I'd make a layer cake rendition of one of Amy Grossman Solomon's super easy blocks - ooh lots of things.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  7. I "Liked" The Fabricologist on FB after you opened for business.

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  8. Yikes! I forgot to mention that I shared your contest on my wall.

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  9. Super Super Cute stuff! The fabrics look like "me" and the purse is SUPER cute! I did get to try out the snap gadget, and I would put a snap on my new Koin Keeper pattern that my mom and I threw together Friday night! :) Thanks again Amy!! posted on my FB! :)

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  10. Alrighty, just wrote a blog article announcing your give away.
    http://sewlostforyou.blogspot.com/2011/11/give-aways-at-fabricologist.html

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  11. Finally, what would I make??? Fabric, I would first look at a possibly a quilt. I do a lot of machine applique and am always on the hunt for fabrics that will give a boutique look to what I make.

    Although this isn't a give away, I would buy the pearl snaps to use to make a black velvet clutch or black velvet ballet slippers for the holidays. Sorry, you mentioned those pearlized snaps and my brain froze due to giddiness.

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  12. Ooh! That is some good swag! I would love to get my hands on some of that "A Walk in the Woods". I've been drooling over it since she posted it on her blog. Screams baby girl project!

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  13. Wow! Awesome giveaway, I'd love to win some of the new Moda fabrics to add to my growing list of projects :)

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  14. I liked your FB page, thanks Suzanne for sharing it on her FB page!

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  15. Well, first I'd probably just admire everything, pet it and think about what to make, and then I'd get to stitching! Thank you for such generous giveaways!

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  16. If I were lucky enough to win the fabric or the kit, I'd get busy right away on my Christmas crafting. My list is so long! If the book came my way, I'd pore over it at night, when I'm too tired to see or sew straight. :)

    Thanks for sharing the Quilt Market fun with us.

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  17. Hi, that is so kind of you to surrender a neat bag book like that..but i would really enjoy a charm pack or some pretty fabric to make scappy notebook covers and small items for gifts. i love using them in combination with linen..and solids they make interesting and attractive items. Thanks again!

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  18. I have liked and shared on your FB page!

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  19. I'm obsessed with Moda Fabrics!!

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  20. I'm so happy there are sources for contemporary quilt making!

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  21. Wow, I would love one of those books or the snaps! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I am your newest liker on facebook

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  23. I blogged about your giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  24. I'm a nanny and am making a quilt for my wee one :)

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  25. Liked and Shared!!

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  26. Ooohhhh Moda Fabrics *I'm drooling already!*
    I love Moda!

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