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. Stephanie Blumenthal

    405. Hi and Thank you. I’m new here thanks to giveaway day at SMS. I’d love to learn more about the design process. It seems so untouchable even for seasoned quilters.

    Happy Holidays!

  2. Nicola

    408. I like seeing basic tutorials of how you did something. Like, not a full tutorial but just a basic how-to for your amazing work so we get an idea of how you did it. 🙂

  3. Amanda | mucho xoxo

    414. What a great giveaway! I’m hoping to learn FMQ (an early New Year’s resolution) so tutorials on the basics would be super useful. As well as any other quilting-related tutorials (sewing curves, EPP, etc). Thanks for the chance!

  4. Susan S

    423. I am following you on Bloglovin. Your 2014 finishes are GORGEOUS! I love your color selections. Love love love!!

  5. Kylie C

    425. Something that I don’t see much of on blogs is posts on designing or the designing process. Since you participate in QDAD you’d be a great resource.

  6. nanbon

    431. Being new to your blog I am not sure what you have covered in the past, I do love your quilting style and I am always looking for tips on binding my quilts.

  7. Amanda Kay

    437. I always love tutorials on various bags, but to be honest I would love more quilt patterns using quilt panels. Those are hard for me to find, but I buy the panels all the time and then have no idea what to do with them.

  8. Leo

    438. how to fix things … and quilt design decisions … like not just the “I quilted it that way” but the I thought about these options and decided for thath one because a,b,c and d …

  9. emme

    440. life changing tutorials for me are usually binding tricks and circles!
    thanks for the generous giveaway!

  10. capitolaquilter

    442. I always enjoy posts about the design and thought process of making QDADs come to life. So excited that I am also a super volunteer at QuiltCon and will be going to Glamp Stitchalot 2015. capitolaquilter(at)gmail(dot)com in case wordpress doesn’t play nicely with my profile

  11. usairdoll

    443. Awesome giveaway! Lots of great items! I would love to learn more about color. I know what I like when I see it, I’m just not always sure how to get there.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.


  12. Pre

    445. Hmm… actual video demonstrations of people FMQ with a home machine (not long-arm) along with any hints they can offer for managing the quilt and machine as they go. Especially geared universally, not just computerized-machine specific as my machine is old-school. I do have a low shank open-toe foot and a walking foot though.


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