Friday, April 17, 2015

Giveaway Finish Friday

Feeling lots of quilty love this week.  I have been commissioned to do two quilts (which is good because I need to pay for Wee Wiggler).   And then to my surprise (and delight), Sew Sisters Quilt Shop contacted me to do a sponsored giveaway.  So the mad dash to get a project finished in time.

Here is the last of my 2014 WIP charity quilts.  The fabric is a fat quarter collection from Sew Sisters from the Bargain Lovers' Club.  You can check out all their monthly fabric clubs here.


Mad dash for a photo before the daylight was gone.

The pattern is Tifton Tiles found over at Sit and Stitch Awhile.

Managed to catch the last bit of light before the sun went down.


Linking up with TGIFF and with Crazy Mom Quilts.

Now on to the fun and exciting part.  The giveaway!!

This is a fat quarter bundle from Lazy Day by Lori Whitlock for Riley Blake.  I think Sew Sisters figured out that orange is my favourite colour.  Lazy Day (and lots of other gorgeous fabrics) is new in the sale section for only $7.99/metre.  Check it out here.


It's a good thing Sew Sisters mails the fabric directly to the winner...oooh...what a great collection.


In case you are new to Sew Sisters:
Sew Sisters Quilt Shop is a Canadian Quilt Store dedicated to all things quilting.  Whether shopping online or in person at our store in Toronto, our goal is to provide you with great service and offer top quality products at the lowest possible price.  We have a large selection of quilting fabric, patterns, books and notions - everything you need to complete your unique quilts!  Be sure to check out our very large Sale Section with over 400 bolts of fabric for only $7.99/metre!

At Sew Sisters, we believe you should buy fabric, not postage – so we offer great rates on shipping.
Orders over $100 ship for free within Canada!

How to Win:
Leave a comment indicating how you would use the Lazy Day fat quarter bundle.  A winner will be selected at 8:00 a.m. Atlantic Monday, April 20.  The giveaway is open internationally.  If you are a no-reply blogger, make sure you leave your e-mail address in your comment; otherwise, another winner will be selected.

Thanks Sew Sisters!





41 comments:

  1. Ooh am I the 1st to comment? Probably not lucky #1, but oh well... I think I would make a sweet baby quilt from this pretty fabric group. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  2. Hmmm... I think I'd use as much of those florals as I could on a sweet charity quilt and hoard the scraps of those orange prints! I have a certain friend who loves orange! ☺
    Good for you for knocking another WIP off the list... I don't remember ever seeing this one!

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  3. Cushions! I'd make bright happy cushions for the sofa and hide them away every evening when G lets the dogs into the living room!

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  4. I believe I would make a beautiful baby quilt for a friend...................angela.faulkner@dal.ca. So pretty!

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  5. As as these fabrics are say spring to me (we still have a fair bit of snow on the ground here on the Island), I think I would use these in a lap quilt to keep the winter blahs away.

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  6. I have a great pattern to make a bag using fat quarters...this would be fun!

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  7. I love the yellow gold tones. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter.

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  8. In a lap quilt to ward off those chilly late spring evenings when I'm sitting on the porch.

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  9. A quilt for sure. This is so pretty and happy! pfoster@peoplescom.net

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  10. I would definitely make a quilt with this fabric.....love the colors.....

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  11. I love this fabric so I would make a wonderful quilt.

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  12. These are so beautiful. I would use them in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  13. Great colours - I'd make a picnic quilt!

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  14. I would make a summer tote with this lovely bright bundle.

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  15. thank you for the giveaway - what a nice bundle! - I would make a baby quilt and hopefully there will be enough leftover to make a small tote to put the quilt in it.
    rachel.gagnon5@sympatico.ca from Cantley Quebec

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  16. Your quilts are lovely! I's use this fun bundle to make some pillows for my porch. Thanks for the fun!

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  17. I think some wonderful spring placemats & a napkin or two would be my choice. Love the colours. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. I think a spring table runner would be beautiful with this bundle :) Congrats on the finish and getting those orders :)

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  19. I would make my daughter a quilt : ) and with the scraps make a table topper!!
    mdlatter at msn dot com

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  20. M.C. - Posting a comment for a reader who is unable to post.

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  21. What bright springy colours! I'd make a table runner or placemats to brighten up my kitchen.

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  22. I would use these cheerful fabrics in a table runner and add some of that great lime green in a solid to help set the prints off.

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  23. That's so pretty! Definitely I would use that for a fun summery lap quilt!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  24. Great work on your quilt! The fat quarter bundle...I have about a million patterns that I could use that on, which to choose? I am sure I would quickly be able to decide. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. I would use it in a simple HST quilt for a coworker who is expecting a baby in June :)

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  26. oooh...pretty! I think I'd make some summery placemats!!

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  27. I would stitch a cheerful spring quilt to banish away all the whiteness and winter colors. Something cheerful :)

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  28. How lovely! I am on a bit of a Cathedral Windows kick...wouldn't these make for a fun and springy CA cushion? I think so!! Thanks for a sweet giveaway!

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  29. Love the colors in the giveaway. I could add them to a summer quilt.

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  30. i would use these lovelies to make myself some throw pillows for my living room. thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. I NEED to make something bright and cheery after this w/o tee and all the grey I have been using. I have a baby quilt to mind that will be a rsome with these beautiful bright colours.

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  32. Ohhh! Love those fabrics. And love Sew Sisters. I would use these fat quarters in a baby quilt for a neighbour's daughter who is expecting a baby girl soon.

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  33. i would make aspring/summer tote for my self and my daughter.....or maybe my mom lol....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  34. I would make some summer placemats and napkins.
    judyanncreations@comcast.net

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  35. I'm thinking of baby girl will look perfect in those fabrics

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  36. If I win those beautiful fabrics I would make a Tifton Tiles quilt. I have been wanting to make one since I first saw yours at Sew-In Day. fingers crossed.

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  37. I would have to make beautiful cushions for the summer!

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  38. I would split them up: two of these would go beautifully on a quilt that I have in my head and the others, well they are just happy fabrics and would look great on any other project.

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  39. Perfect to make a bright giant star quilt to give away as a charity quilt.

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  40. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! I can't wait to receive these cute FQs. I think I may have the same FQ bundle from Sew Sisters you used in this Tifton Tiles quilt... and I like the way they turned out in this project. I've bookmarked the tutorial and I plan to give it a whirl some time soon.

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