Sew Mama Sew Giveaway

Welcome to those who are new, and those that have been visiting my blog a while and so supportive.

I have a love of quilting, the arts and family. My favorite things, this year, has been focusing on designing my own quilts and taking them to reality,  designing some fabrics available on Spoonflower and teaching others what I have learned.

Here are a few of my recent finishes.


I love participating in quilt design a day, and here are some of my favorite designs:

I am so excited about next year;  to celebrate my 3rd year blogging/quilting (September 2015) and having the opportunities to met people in this community. I am attending and volunteering in QuiltCon and also attending Glamp Stitchalot 2015.

The wonderful support of this community is the main reason why I participate in the giveaway, it’s a chance to give back.

The give away today are has items/tools I love:


This package of my favorite things is over $100. All you need to do is leave a comment to answer:

Q: What areas would you like more information or type of projects you would like tutorials or blog post on?

If you are a follower, thank you for following, leave a second comment letting me know.

The giveaway is open to international participants as well. The giveaway winner will be randomly selected and announced Friday 12/12 around 8pm EST.

Have fun and be sure to check out the other giveaways.

Note: Due to high number of comments, it is likely I will not reply to all comments.

452 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway

  1. Brenda

    352. How to focus and to stay “in the moment” while quilting, sewing, and doing everything else. My mind seems to fly off in a hundred directions.

  2. Shelley Folkerts

    353. I am wanting to finally learn how to FMQ, but I am always interested in the ways to utilize the stitches on my domestic sewing machine to make my quilting more interesting. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  3. Michelle

    356. Free motion quilting, quick quilts with precuts, or quilt ideas with panels. I love the panels but need inspiration for how to use them in different ways.

  4. Victoria M

    368. My biggest challenge is making the quilt sandwich. I would like to learn a good basting method besides hand stitching which takes socio long.

  5. jmniffer

    373. I am all about learning to applique so posts on that would be appreciated (machine and/or hand). Also a lesson on how to correctly press sewn pieces would be nice. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance.

  6. Susan Ikin

    377. I would like to know more about how to determine what type of quilting pattern best suits teh top in question.

  7. Mom C

    381. I like tutorials about quilts. And interesting tidbits about your life. Love you quilts, they are gorgeous. Thanks.

  8. Ali M

    383. I like tutorials about finishing details.. how to add trip, embellish, piping, snaps, buckles and all the things that go along with purse and bag making I really am interested in. Im new and I dont see any bags in those lovely photos so I’m not sure if that’s your thing!)

  9. Renea

    384. I would like to have more help in picking fabrics. I love to read how people go about picking fabric. This is my least favorite part of quilting.

  10. paulineperry65

    385. I am learning FMQ but need a lot of practice. In 2015 I would like to try Paper Piecing – I have been attracted to it but keep avoiding it – so I would like to see some beginners level Paper Piecing tutorials.

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com


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