Sunday, June 26, 2011

Sew busy/ Giveaway

I know this is kind of a cheater craft but...
I did fill all of these wonderful baby shower gift
baskets with lots of goodies for the newly arrived,
or arriving soon precious little bundle of joy!

The twelve produce bags that took me most of the week!
Have you ever had a project that just seemed to take
forever?
This was one of those for me!
But they are finally finished :)

Lots of fabric covered journals for your writing pleasure!

Mr.P had to vacate his weekend haunt for this and the next
picture!
16 fleece blankets!
1 baby size
3 toddler size
12 adult size

4 quillows
My favorite,eeyore :)

Last but certainly not least,what you have been waiting for!
The Giveaway!!!
Sew since I have been such a terrible host at posting lately,
I thought that this would be a nice way to say Thank You
for your patience :)  (about my lack of posting lately)
These three fabrics above,Jolene brought me from
Mexico a couple of years ago when she was there
studying abroad one summer.
I don't know what type of fabric it is (sorry) it is a light
weight fabric.  And as you can see very bright!
I will be sending about 1/2 a yard of each
print to the winner.  And whatever else I chose that
will fit in the envelope :)

Sew,how do you win???
Just leave me a comment about....
Anything you feel like!
That's it!
You do not have to be a follower
But,make sure that I have some way to get in touch
with you  if you WIN
GOOD LUCK :)
Giveaway will run from 6/26/11 ~ 7/6/11

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5 comments:

  1. You have been soooo busy! I love the produce bags!

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  2. Love the produce bags too! Where did you find the pattern for those? You have been very busy, so no need to apologize. Love all the things you have done.

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  3. I have never seen produce bags....what are they made of? Beautiful fabric in your giveaway!

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  4. I love the look of your produce bags. It inspires me to try shopping bag by knitting the mesh and adding fabric for the base, top and handles. The giveaway fabric is gorgeous.

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  5. I see a produce bag tutorial in your future ;-) Thank you very much for a chance at a fabric give-away! I just love the pink and can see a purse in its future! (I guess I'm feeling rather sooth-sayer-like?!?) Anyhoo...thanks, CeLynn!

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