I'm joining in the BIG GIVEAWAY happening this week over at the Sew, Mama, Sew! Blog. You can check out ALL FIVE PAGES of the event HERE!
So what am I giving away today? Some Great Patterns! I chose some Christmasy patterns since it is December. I hope you like them! Note the tea towel they are posing on. I'm working on a tutorial for a fast gift to make with tea towels.
THREE PATTERNS and THREE WINNERS!!!
|Reindeer Pillow and Stitchery by Meme's Quilts|
|9" Snowman by Threads That Bind|
|Long, Lean Santa by In Sew Deep|
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS! Just about everyone who celebrates Christmas has a few. Quilters, like me, have been know to make a few or a dozen. Would you like to join me in showing off some of your favorite CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS? The link will open on December 17 and be open through the 24th (for those of you who hang them up then).
If you have a CHRISTMAS STOCKING TUTORIAL that I could feature that week please let me know this week and we will work out the details.
I'll be posting more details later this week so sign up to follow my blog and you won't miss out.
Give Away ClosedLeave a Comment about Christmas Stockings and if you might like to participate in my linky party. Also tell me which of the patterns you like best. I'll try to match the winner's preferences unless they all want the same ones.
For a SECOND CHANCE to win become a follower of my blog or let me know if you already are.
I have 4 stockings on my to-do list using a Thimbleberries pattern. These will be my first handmade set! I'll be ready to show them off.ReplyDelete
I followed you via Reader but now I am an "official" follower. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
I made all my children their own christmas stockings, and as they married, they took their stockings with them. I LOVE snowmen so either of the snowmen patterns would be awesome to win!!ReplyDelete
I am already a follower thru googleReplyDelete
I just made five new christmas stockings this year, four for my grandchildren and one for a give away. Charlotte from North Carolina won it.ReplyDelete
I'm a follow and love your blog :)ReplyDelete
Something about Christmas stockings, hmmm, I never had a "real" stocking until my husband and I had our first Christmas together. Ever since I was a kid it was always just a sock!ReplyDelete
Fiz muitas meias(aqui no Brasil chamamos de bota)para filhas e sobrinhos.Tenho um casal de netos que vou fazer meias este ano.Este boneco de neve está me chamando...Obrigada.firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Sou seguidora GFC.Obrigada.email@example.comReplyDelete
I made stockings for my kids when they were born ready for santaReplyDelete
I've just finished my first two handmade stockings, one for my baby daughter, and one for her cousin. I even got super excited and hand embroidered their names on to them! So pleased at the way they turned out! And now I will have to make two more for my teenage sons, they suddenly decided they wanted one too after I finished their sister's, I thought they were over that sort of thing, but I guess not! lol :)ReplyDelete
I never make any Christmas Stocking before. Maybe I should make one soon :)ReplyDelete
I love the reindeer, so cute
I'm a followerReplyDelete
I'm decorating and stuffing Christmas stockings for charity tomorrow with my quilt group. I'd choose the reindeer. Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
I have two stockings on the to do list for this year!ReplyDelete
I made 2 stockings last year - want to make more but my kids like their older ones and don't want to change.ReplyDelete
I made my children personalised stockings about 15 years ago! they still use them!ReplyDelete
I like the reindeer pattern best!
I made a stocking last year that I thought was cute-I used the button panel from one of my husband's old shirts to make diagonal stripes like candy canes across a stocking made of one of my old red sweaters that shrunk in the wash! I'm not sure anyone else thought it was cute though, lol.ReplyDelete
I like the snowman best!
I am a follower.ReplyDelete
I made my own children their Christmas stockings and now have continued that tradition by making the grands theirs, too. My technique(s) have gotten better which is a good thing.ReplyDelete
I make stockings for all the family dogs but not the people, go figure! Not making any this year so would not be joining linky party, Love the reindeer pillow!ReplyDelete
very cute patterns. Thanks
Love your patterns. Everyone in my family has a Christmas Stocking, even our dog does. Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
I follow you by GFC.ReplyDelete
I made my two children and my husband and myslef stockings when the kids where toddlers. When they got into middle school they really didnt want the same stockings, so I made two more that where more adultish. They still use them.ReplyDelete
I really love the reindeer patterns. Thanks for a chance to win.
I actually (hang head in shame) have shop bought stockings... I know, I know, i need to make some! It does mean I woudln't be able to link up.ReplyDelete
My favourite is the long lean gift giving machine pattern, so funny!
I've been delivering Christmas stockings to the children's hospital made by the ladies of Hopeful Threads. The nurses fill them on Christmas Eve. I would love the reindeer pillow pattern to make for the kids at the hospital.ReplyDelete
I follow via GFC.ReplyDelete
I made Christmas stockings for my daughter-in-law and son's girlfriend last year and they were thrilled. Would love to join in the linky party!ReplyDelete
The reindeer pattern is my favourite, but the snowman is a close second :)
I am a happy follower too!ReplyDelete
I have some stockings to make for our kids which are cut out from an adorable panel but won't have time to get them done this year. For now we are using our old ones which I purchased (they were handmade) several years ago! I LOVE the reindeer pattern! Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
I try to make Christmas Stocking for the Shriners Kids in Oklahoma. They currently take care of over 900 children at this time. I love the reindeer pattern the best.ReplyDelete
We don't use Christmas Stockings in Germany; tough, if I had one, I'd like Santa to put a fabric subscription into it! :-)ReplyDelete
I'm a new follower.ReplyDelete
I'm a new follower and looking forward to your posts. Thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete
Last year I made new Christmas stockings for our family and many, many moons ago I cross-stitched stockings for all 3 of my children and never did anything with them. This is the year that I decided I'm going to frame each stock individually and hang them. Getting close to finally have that come to an end. Thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete
I've always wanted to do some stockings, but never had enough time when I think about it...always right before Christmas when I'm working on other projects. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
We have some very plain stockings with our names on them. I have been wanting to make new ones but always think about it in december and I am already making other things.ReplyDelete
I follow through GFC.ReplyDelete
I like making Christmas stockings, but I do not have time for posting things on my blog right now.ReplyDelete
I like the reindeer and the snowman. I am wanting to make to make new stockings using old jeans. I may want to link up if I get them done.ReplyDelete
Sadly I don't have a Christmas stocking. I did help a group of mentally challenged teens sew up a stocking and it was a world of fun!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win.
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I don't have a Christmas stocking because it's not a tradition in Spain. Thanks for the giveaway, it's very kind of you and even though I would be really grateful for any of the prizes I have to admit that I really love the snowman pattern!ReplyDelete
I never made stockings. But this looks so fun , I should try :DReplyDelete
I am a new follower :)
I am new to quilting and have never made stockings. I hope to for next year. I remember the ones my mom made when i was little would be fun to make them for my kids.ReplyDelete
i have never made any and would love to try some outReplyDelete
thanks for the giveaway
Next year, new stockings will be my project.ReplyDelete
I'm a new follower!ReplyDelete
I actually need to make one more stocking yet this year so I'm looking for a great pattern. Thanks for the opportunity on the draw. Merry Christmas to you.ReplyDelete
I made 6" stockings to decorate the place settings at our Christmas table this year.ReplyDelete
I'm a follower.ReplyDelete
If I win, please choose for me. They are all great.ReplyDelete
I like the Reindeer patterns. My m-i-l made stockings for most of my family. They are felt names glued on felt stockings and not all that pretty. I`d like to replace them with something more beautiful but I`m not sure that anyone would want to give hers up...ReplyDelete
Think I am just in time. I like all the patterns. You Choose. (-;ReplyDelete
Think I am just in time. I like all the patterns. You Choose. (-;ReplyDelete