I’m participating in the giveaway day over at Sew Mama Sew today ~ I’ve got a bundle of fat quarters from Kate Spain’s ‘in from the cold’ collection to give away today!

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Remember I used it for my Holiday Hostess set?  I made a mug rug and a wine bottle gift bag (find the tutorial here).

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Now I’m offering one of my followers a four fat quarter bundle for your stash!  (US shipping only)  If the winner is an international follower I’ll send you two free patterns from my etsy shop of your choosing!

Everyone can be a winner! 

The giveaway closes on the 13th, I will announce the winner (random generated) on the 15th and I’ll ship out the ‘stash’ on or before the 20th!

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If you like me on facebook or if you

 Follow on Bloglovin

please comment below for a chance to win… * 

and tell me what you’d like to make with this fabric bundle!

12/15 Update: We have 2 winners!

US Fabric Winner is Jenniffier from jenniffier.blogspot.com

and the International Pattern winner from Canada is Laura from  craftyhour.com

I will be in touch!! Congrats!!

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353 Comments on “Giveaway Day!”

  1. I’d use some for appliques. I think those cocoa mugs would look fun paired with the cast of Star Trek! Live long and COCOA!

  2. I follow you on Bloglovin and I’m make a Christmas Tree Skirt from this fabric. Thanks for the chance!

  3. Love the fabrics you are offering… would love to use them as a start for a christmas quilt… or maybe also a table topper! Such a fun selection to design from! Thanks for offering it! Kathi

  4. I’m a new follower through Bloglovin and look forward to seeing more from you :) I think this bundle needs to be made into a couple of different quilts!

  5. Lovely fabric and wonderful giveaway! I would use the fabric to make a Christmas quilt for my dear friend who is mad for all things Christmas!

  6. I follow your blog via Bloglovin, I also follow you over on Facebook as well. Love this fabric line. I think this would make the cutest table topper. conn_and_vans_momatyahoodotcom

  7. I love making wrapping bags and using them instead of paper, I’ve also been eying some stocking patterns….

  8. I am in Love with this fabric….I seen a table cloth, pot holders and some mug rugs for sure! (it’s adorable and my imagination is running wild!)

  9. I just liked you on FB. You look like my style of crafter :) I’d make a Christmas throw quilt… Oh, how I love Christmas!

  10. international entry … so sadly no fabrics .. but yeah if I were forced to I could maybe decide on a pattern

  11. Well since I’m International I would love the patterns, and have a serious fabric stash in which to find the perfect fabrics to make them up :) For the sake of playing the game though, I would totally make Christmas stockings with the bundle. Ours our all mismatched and lame from the dollarstore. I definitely need an upgrade hehehe.

  12. What a cute collection!! I like the idea of something to decorate the table for Christmas time. :-)

  13. I love this selection and would use it in much the same way you have – mug rugs or maybe a table runner. I follow you on Bloglovin, Facebook and have pinned this give-away on Pinterest.

  14. I bought some of the fabric in the collection this year, I would love to make some cushion covers for next year with them. Thanks for the chance to win.

  15. I like you on Facebook. I have a layer cake and a couple yards of this sitting waiting for a pattern…those prints would get added to the pretty pile! I’m sure it will end up being a Christmas quilt…but I did think about pillows too

  16. I would definitely start with your mug rug pattern or maybe a table runner. Thank you for sharing!
    anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

  17. I follow you on fb as Tabitha Swain Klucking. That is the cutest fabric EVER! I love it! What a fun quilt it would make.

  18. I follow on FB…I’ve been wanting to make a tree skirt but haven’t found the right fabric. Maybe this is it!

  19. Awesome giveaway! I would use the fabric bundle to make a Christmas table runner. Thanks for the chance to win.

  20. OMG! I LOVE these! How wonderful! I have to win…ppppllllllleeeeeaaaaasssssseeeeeeee!!! I would make a few mug rugs, an apron and use the coffee cup one to make a journal book cover! Thanks for the chance!

  21. LIkely lots of stuff – table runners, mug rugs for gifts – there’s just so much stuff you can do with this line – I absolutely love it! I have a jelly roll of it I’m making into a quilt I’m donating. I should have thought that through – I’d like to keep it for myself!

  22. I follow on Facebook. I am in love with this fabric. I have made two quilts with it and am planning one more. These fat quarters would be a big blessing! :)

  23. I would make something for myself. Possibly a set of pillow cases for the bed, a new tote bag, or maybe some pillows for either my couch or my extended family’s couch. Maybe even a really huge pillow for the kids to lay on while watching a Christmas movie. I know….. a new tote bag for my sister to hang on her scooter (she is going through Chemo). Thanks for the chance to win. :) Merry Christmas!

  24. Placemats,aprons,Christmas tree skirt,maybe some amazing gift bags to stretch the yardage! So many ideas! How about some card wallets for gift cards?

  25. I’m In Love! With the material that is! :)

    I follow you on BlogLovin’

    I’d make a runner for my mother’s hoosier cabinet. Hope I win!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  26. I would make some pot holders for baking some cookies to go with hot cocoa and trim some flour sack dish towels.

  27. I would make lots of mug rugs and cinch sacks. I have a weakness for holiday fabric. : ) Thanks for the chance to win. I also follow you on bloglovin’

  28. Sherri — I’m following via bloglovin! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I would make a lovely table runner for my daughter for Christmas! It’s perfect. Thanks again.

  29. If I won, I would love to make a pillow from these adorable fabrics. I used them for a tree skirt but gave it away. They are really beautiful prints – so fun for winter!

  30. would love to make kitchen things: mug rugs, oven mitts, add borders to plain tea towels and cover a noticeboard with it.

    I would also squeeze in a little apron (I am petite) with a big wide red tie to finish off the gorgeous look!

  31. I’ve been making drawstring bags for reusable gift wrap and this fabric would be perfect! I love those snowflakes

  32. I think I’d make a miniquilt for my office – just a little holiday spirit without being over the top! :) Thanks for the chance!

  33. I would totally make some of Jeni Baker’s drawstring bags to use as gift bags (I hate wrapping paper at Christmastime!). Love what you did with it!

  34. Since I’m an international blogger, I won’t be able to get my hands on these pretty fabrics, but I like the patterns you’re offering, so am hoping to have a chance at them instead :)

    Thanks for this giveaway!

  35. I am a fan on facebook. I would use the fabric to make some mug rugs. Thanks for the opportunity.

  36. I made my daughter a stocking out of the cocoa mugs in the red colorway. I would work them into a tree skirt for her to match the stocking.

  37. I just love this fabric. I would turn this fabric into a table topper for my kitchen table for the holidays! I know just the pattern! Thanks! Fingers crossed!

  38. What a darling fabric line. This is the first I’ve seen it. It would make some great holiday kitchen decor. Hot mits? Perhaps a table runner?

  39. I think this would be cute made into anything and it’s been on my wish list. I think I would use it to make pot holders, oven mitts and a small table runner and/or dish towels, or some of the fabric as an embellishment on some purchased dish towels.

    I am already a follower via email and also on Bloglovin’.

  40. I would love a wallhanging made from this line, it would be perfect for a winter hanging that could be up all winter long. Thank you

  41. I would love to applique a Christmas wall hanging. I can see visions of candy canes in mugs of cocoa, snowmen with puppies….

  42. The recent Quilting Quickly magazine from Fons & Porter has cute potholders using this fabric – these would make nice gifts.

  43. I would share some with my friend – as we both want to make the coordinating pattern/quilt with the coffee or hot chocolate mugs as part of the pattern. Happy Holidays

  44. Oh, gosh…the possibilities are endless. I’ve been making some beautiful linen and cotton print ornament/gift card holders so would think about making those. Or….maybe a beautiful quilt for the kids to snuggle under when they are watching a movie at nana’s?! ;)

  45. I was thinking of making a hot chocolate bar to serve family & guests on Christmas Eve. What a perfect collection to accent the bar.. A backdrop wall hanging with lettering… some hot pads, and some basket liners to fill with goodies.

  46. I like you on facebook. I think I would either make a quilt or maybe a tablerunner or potholders or even an apron.

  47. Several possibilities, a Christmas quilt wallhanging, a table runner, Christmas bags – oh so many possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win! Lovely giveaway. I am following you on facebook.

  48. Awesome giveaway! Kate Spain is one of my favorite designers. I’d love to make a tablerunner or maybe a mantle cover, something for the family room.

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

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  49. Beautiful fabric! I’d love to make some mugrugs like your’s, it’s lovely. Thanks for a chance to win!

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

  50. I would love to use the fabric to make gift bags for the jam I give to all my family for the holidays.

  51. I think I’d make a runner and some coordinating mug rugs. So cute! Thanks for the chance.

    Elizabeth
    Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

  52. I would make a table runner and mug rugs. Love this fabric line.
    I follow on Facebook and Blog Lovin

  53. I just found you through the Sew Mama Sew giveaway. I signed up for your blog through bloglovin and I liked you on Facebook. This giveaway is a great opportunity to find great bloggers with great ideas. I think this fabris is perfect for the mug rug you made and would be perfect for a whole set to be used during the holiday season. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  54. I thnk these fabrics would make some adorable Christmas pillows. Thanks so much for the chance to win! Following on bloglovin & liked you on facebook :)

  55. I follow you through Bloglovin. I’d love to make a pillow cover. I don’t have any seasonal pillows yet. Thanks for the chance to win!

  56. What lovely festive fabric! A table runner and place mats, or a string of Christmas stockings to hang on the wall. Thanks so much for the chance!

  57. Make cute MUG RUGS. am happy to follow you on Bloglovin and FB. Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  58. I would like to make a table runner. If there is enough, I’ll also make place mats or mug rugs

    Thank you for such a wonderful prize package, and the opportunity to win it!!

    haynesrive(at) aol(dot)com

  59. I liked your facebook page!!

    Thank you again for such a wonderful prize package, and the opportunity to win it!!

    haynesrive(at) aol(dot)com

  60. I would put this into some table runners for next christmas. Thanks for a chance to win! I already like you on fb. :)

  61. HI there,

    I love your fabric for the give away! Thanks for being so generous. I would make a wallhanging with that cute fabric.
    Merry Christmas!

  62. I’m following on BL and these fabrics would go right into a quilt. What a wonderful prize. Thank you for participating in the Giveaway Day.

  63. Kate Spain is my absolute favorite! I actually had not seen all the patterns in In From the Cold. I’d love to be included.

    i’m following you via Bloglines since that’s where all my blogs come in. Hope that’s ok instead of bloglovin. thanks!