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Monday, December 9, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

I have had a crazy bust weekend so I am doing a last minute Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day post!  I love this day so much!  It is so much fun to go to all the blogs and see all the great offerings! Make sure to go and see all the hundreds of offerings!

Here is my Giveaway...

Ten fat quarters of Dear Stella fabric and two matching large spools of  50wt Aurifil thread!

This combo just makes me so happy on this icy cold dreary day :o)






You wil notice that there are a few little drops on the spools because when I went out is started to drop ice pellets!  The spools were quickly back to the safety of the warm dry house as soon as I realized what was happening.

Thank you everyone for all of your comments!  I am giving you all a BIG HUG for participating and making me smile and feel a bit warmer!

Congratulations Jenny!  I will be sending you an email for your shipping info.  I sure hope your sister is okay!

Blogger Jenny said...
last year my sister was watching my kids...she doesnt know how to cook, nor is she familiar with gas stoves...yep, she caughter her long hair and baggy sweatshirt on fire...she was scared, but stop dropped and rolled and got put out...my kids? thought it was amazing and asked her to do it again!
December 11, 2013 at 9:36 AM



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Terri said...

Started following on FB and Google. Turn up the heat and make some slippers you can microwave to keep your tootsies warm!! That's what I do up in Mn where it is brrrrrr

Jen said...

I'm eating hot soup while reading your blog - soup is always great in the cold weather, and it is un-seasonably cool here in Adelaide, Australia today!

I follow you on facebook!

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Here's a grrrreatttr biiiiiiiiig bearrrrrrrr huuuuggggg! :)

Sara said...

I will send a hug if you send one back! I am horrible at jokes sorry:(

Sara said...

Old friend and those colors look so berry good!

sarah elizabeth :: {no} hats said...

I'm baking in front of the fire at the moment -- imagine how cozy those fabrics would be with me ;)

Anonymous said...

Leaving you with a virtual cup of cocoa! Thanks for the chance...the fabric colors are awesome!

Jacque T said...

A warm thought, Oh what I wouldn't give for a peppermint Hot Chocolate with real whipped cream snuggled in front of a great Christmas movie!

Jacque T said...

I am an old friend!

Adrienne said...

That fabric would make a bight and toasty quilt

Adrienne said...

I follow your blog

Anonymous said...

Brr. I'm cold tonight too. My favorite blanket is my quilt from my grandmother. It was one of the last she was able to make before her sight got to bad.

Unknown said...

Following via Twitter

Unknown said...

Following via Instagram

Unknown said...

Following via Facebook

Bailey said...

I once lived in N Maine, it was so cold your boogers would freeze!

Siobhan said...

My favorite warm up in cold weather includes a lap quilt, hot tomato soup, and a grilled cheese sandwich. Thanks for the giveaway!

Siobhan said...

I'm a new follower on Bloglovin'

Siobhan said...

I' like you on Facebook.

Unknown said...

I live in Argentina, over here the temperature is really really high, I will trade places with you in a sec!

Seamstress Erin said...

A glass of mulled wine should do the trick!

Seamstress Erin said...

I like you on FB

Seamstress Erin said...

I follow you on IG.

Mom C said...

Cold and snow here. You need fuzzy slippers, mug of hot chocolate, blanket and relaxing in front of a wood burning stove. Thanks.

Kayla Yapuncich said...

Thanks so much for the chance! Hmmm, I could use something warm too. I'd think a mug of hot spiced cider and 1 (or 14) quilts to snuggle under should do the trick!

Emily C said...

Heh. No matter if it's hot outside or cold outside, just go visit my GMIL. Her house is always 80-85 degrees. She LOVES it hot. She has a pellet stove in the basement and it runs from september to may.

Cathy said...

I am a follower on bloglovin

rainjerette said...

Hot apple cider or lemonade. Yum yum yum!

rainjerette said...

Following via feedly.

Sue said...

How about coming down to warm and sunny Florida? It was in the 80's today!

Sue said...

I follow you.

wonderlandbyalyce said...

Just imagine yourself laying in a hammock with the sun warming your skin and a light breeze blowing. That is my reality here in Panama. Hope that helped you a little.

wonderlandbyalyce said...

I follow you on IG, thanks!

Louisa said...

I'd loan you my cat to warm you up. It's frigid here too.

Emilyplays said...

a toasty warm joke...
Why was the elephant sitting on a marshmallow?






He didn't want to fall into the hot cocoa!

grandmaFlor said...

sending some Florida warmth

Vicki H said...

The only thing that warmed me up today was a couple mugs of hot chocolate. If it helps, my brother has weather 70 degrees warmer than I do, some things just aren't fair.

Vicki H said...

I am following you on FB.

supersara20 said...

I'm a blog follower.

supersara20 said...

Not sure how to warm you up but I have the fireplace on right now. It has helped warm the place up.

Diane M said...

How about a hot toddy? That always warms me up. :-)

Carla Keahey said...

What nice summery fabrics! Think beachy thoughts! I'm sorry, I'm bad at this now...It's about 5 degrees here in CO.

Carla Keahey said...

I follow you on FB.

Carla Keahey said...

I follow you on Bloglovin.

Melissa Miller said...

A cup of hot chai latte with eggnog in it. Yum!

Melissa Miller said...

Following on Bloglovin.

Melissa Miller said...

Liked on FB.

Melissa Miller said...

Following on Instagram.

Cheri the Quilting Nanny said...

A cup of hot Vanilla Ceylon tea! Just bought some from the Coffee Bean and it is great! Do you feel it?!

Cheri the Quilting Nanny said...

I have been following you for some time now.. thanks for the inspiration. I follow via email!

Jennifer said...

What bright prints! I love them! It's freezing where I'm at too.

Am L said...

Hmm, a warm-up thought. How about a warm quilt wrapped snuggly around you while you sip a hot beverage (that you don't spill, of course), while watching your favorite movie or reading a great novel? No kids or anyone demanding anything of you!

Am L said...

I'm an old friend. : )

Am L said...

I follow you on FB too!

Am L said...

I just followed you on Instagram.

Lori said...

coffee with the GOOD stuff in it and a big blob of whped cream. drank while cuddled up with a quilt in the recliner. ahhhhh

OhioLori said...

Grab a hot cuppa tea (or hot chocolate, warm quilt & sit by the woodburner....works for me! lol But sendin' you a warm Ohio Hug too!

OhioLori said...

I followed you for long time thru GFC...but signed up now, to follow you thru Email too. :)

greeblygreebly said...

I shall loan you my five cats to sit on your feet and keep you warm.

Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) said...

I'm in Australia and it's summer. Some days are still a little cool, but they're mostly in the 20s or 30s Celsius. :)

Judith said...

Imagine that you're sitting next to a crackling fire, all tucked in with a cozy quilt and a mug of hot apple cider. You're so warm that it is becoming difficult to keep your eyes open. Now, deep exhale. This works for me when I have to stand waiting for the bus. Thanks for the chance to win.

Angelia Lanouette said...

One thing that warms me up is a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows and Kahlua. Beautiful fabric! Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Kim and thank you for sharing those beautiful fabrics! I send you a box filled with sunshine to warm you! Warm hugs! x Teje
nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

Annie said...

Think of warm cozy quilts and a good book!

janequiltsslowly said...

Put on some great rock n' roll music; turn up the volume and dance! That'll warm you up.

janequiltsslowly said...

I follow on Bloglovin.

Barbara O. said...

Think of being wrapped in a quilt and having a cup of tea, that will warm you up again. Thanks for the chance!

Barbara O. said...

I'm an old follower on Bloglovin.

margaret said...

I am a follower, re making you warmer. I know when I am so very cold a bath is the answer and works every time

Hayley said...

We are melting here in Oz!! Sounds like we need to average out!

Hayley said...

I am a new follower via bloglovin

Hayley said...

I like your Facebook page

Hayley said...

I follow you on Instagram

Julie said...

Keeping warm in winter - snuggle up o your sofa under a quilt or 2, have a lovely glass of red wine, make sure your fire is loaded up with wood, then relax and watch George Clooney and his friends in an Oceans movie.

Julie said...

I am a new follower on bloglovin

Peggy S said...

Imagine coming in from the cold with a nice fire glowing, peppermint schnapps in one hand and Christmas carols playing and the dog is asleep by the fire (or cat) :)

Peggy S said...

I'm following via email.

Peggy S said...

I liked your FB page.

Kim said...

When I am cold, a hot cup of cocoa always works.

Cathy Hetzel said...

I have been a follower for a while now.....I have been sitting in my sewing room with the aircon on today as it is so hot and humid this time of the year downunder......

Molli Sparkles said...

It was 86 degrees today in sunny Sydney! The Harbour was sparkling!

Molli Sparkles said...

Of course I am a follower! How could I not? :-D

junacreationsuk.blogspot.co.uk said...

It was recorded in East Antartica that it was -175 (not sure if it was C or F) - I bet that makes your weather seem positively balmy :)
Wrap yourself up in a lovely snuggly quilt and think of all us quilters out there sending you warm thoughts for your lovely giveaway.

Unknown said...

Come on over to Australia, I will provide a place to stay. Summer here and so very hot at times..... you can roast all by yourself, you won't need any help warming up from me!

Patti said...

Oh, look! I've made you a pair of nice wooly socks (the kind you only wear inside), a gorgeous pair of wrist warmers, a Christmas quilt, a cup of hot chocolate and a roaring fire to warm you up. Good fantasy? Now I just need to learn how to knit... Awesome package, I love dear Stella...and Aurifil. Thanks ;)

Patti said...

I am an old follower of your blog

Patti said...

I'm also an old Facebook follower.

Busy Quilting Mama said...

To warm you up: I remember laying in front of our wood stove with my feet on the lip of the shelf. That is a warm thought for a freezing day.

Busy Quilting Mama said...

I am a follower of your blog.

Martina said...

I send you some sunhine from Switzerland and a warm hug.

Martina said...

I am a follower through boglovin

Lynn M said...

Um...I made some warm blue berry muffins this morning. Want some?

Martina said...

I am a follower through boglovin

Lynn M said...

I'm a follower

Judy said...

Drinking lots of warm liquids to warm my inside here in Michigan! Thanks for the chance!

Judy said...

I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance.

Elita@Busy Needle Quilting said...

Hearing my kids fight over who gets to use Mummy's quilt as they cuddle up for a cup of hot chocolate in front of the Christmas tree. Warms my heart everytime. Thanks for the giveaway!

Elita@Busy Needle Quilting said...

I follow you on Bloglovin' - Thanks for the giveaway!

Elita@Busy Needle Quilting said...

I follow you on FB too - Thanks for the giveaway!

Fran said...

Wow, it's quite the novel concept to me that you had ice droplets disrupt your photo - I live in Australia & we're having a heat wave at the moment. I'd happily swap places with you - that would make you warm but it's kind of impractical & costly! Thanks for the lovely giveaway, those bright & gorgeous fabrics & thread are delicious!

Fran said...

I'm an old follower via GFC & a new follower via Bloglovin & email. Thanks!

Fran said...

And I'm a new follower on Instagram, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Frigid outside? Time to turn on the oven and bake something yummy like a crusty loaf of french bread. Maybe I should make a batch of soup too. They go together so well :)

Anonymous said...

I'm a regular follower of your blog via bloglovin.

Anonymous said...

Yep, I follow you on facebook, too.

Gill said...

I'm cold too! how about a big mug of hot chocolate!

Gill said...

I'm an old friend!

Kris said...

Salted Carmel hot cocoa! mmmmmm

suemac said...

Purple and pink. My favorite combo. How about a big mug of steaming hot coffee and a piece of banana bread. That sounds like a great combo to lift up spirits.

Jess @ Scrappy n Happy said...

You want the warm and fuzzy feeling?! It is too hot here for that lol how about comfort food - beef burgundy, spicy pumpkin soup, a steaming mug of MIlo!

Anonymous said...

Hot chocolate with a dash of baileys and some amaretti biscuits.
emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

Jess @ Scrappy n Happy said...

I follow you with bloglovin!

Jess @ Scrappy n Happy said...

I follow you with bloglovin!

Jess @ Scrappy n Happy said...

I like your FB page. :)

Jess @ Scrappy n Happy said...

I just started following you in Instagram!

Anonymous said...

I follow via Bloglovin
emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

Anonymous said...

I follow on facebook
emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

legato1958 said...

I have been a follower by email for a long time!! You hooked me on your Cathedral Window pin cushion tutorial!!

Susie
legato1958@aol.com

legato1958 said...

Thinking... huge flannel quilt hugs
hot chocolate mugfulls
puppies snoring on your lap
while you embroider by a fire!


Susie
legato1958@aol.com

Judy H said...

Think flannel quilts! Warm and toasty you can wrap up in while drinking a big mug of hot chocolate.

Judy H said...

FB follower and via email.

Joyce said...

I'm doing Christmas baking today so the oven is on and its snowing outside...that always makes you feel warmer when you are inside with nowhere you have to go!

Joyce said...

I follow you on FB and Google friends!

FiberDiva Carol said...

Bigs hugs coming your way from Pa.

CurlyGirlMom said...

Have you heard the one about the corduroy pillow? It's making HEADLINES!!! ;) (I love that one and it's fabric appropriate!) curlygirlmom@gmaildotcom

Sara said...

puppy dogs, kittens, baby platypuses... platypie? hmmm, not sure, but thinking of cute fuzzy baby animals should make you feel warm and fuzzy too. :D

my email is simplybeu(at)gmail.com

CurlyGirlMom said...

Here you go... Ever heard of the one about the corduroy pillow???




It's making HEADLINES!! hehehe I love that one and it's fabric related! Greetings from upstate NY.
ernies1trulove@yahoodotcom

Kelli said...

It's too warm down here. We're still up in the 80s. It's hard to enjoy working in our school's Santa Shop when the kids are all in shorts! But to see them shop for their families and spend their money on others instead of themselves always makes my heart warm this time of year. :)

CurlyGirlMom said...

I've been a follower since last year's giveaway!
ernies1trulove@yahoodotcom

Gene Black said...

Hot chocolate with a splash of peppermint schnapps and a splash of Godiva...ahhhh...now I am warm all over!

Unknown said...

Hot chocolate with cinnamon on top, a gorgeous lap quilt, fluffy socks, and a roaring open fire - Hope this helps!!!

Unknown said...

I'm also a follower via email! Such a lovely offer - thank you, and Merry Christmas

CurlyGirlMom said...

I also follow you on FB. :)
ernies1trulove@yahoodotcom

Laura said...

I'll send lots of theoretical fluffy blankets your way!

dawn - Mi rincón de mariposas said...

what about a hug and some hot chocolate?
Thanks!

Joyce Carter said...

I would love it if we had some snow. All we have had is rain, rain, and more rain. The best way to stay warm is to curl up on the couch with a quilt and a good book. A nice warm cup of chocolate to go with that is always nice. Have a wonderful, warm day and thank you for your giveaway.

Allison said...

I'll send over bunny cuddles from my adorable Netherland dwarf rabbit, with her little ears and cozy black fur!

Allison said...

I'm also a follower from a few months ago, via Bloglovin.

Unknown said...

Look at the bright side - grey days are just perfect for staying in and quilting!

Unknown said...

I've been a follower of your lovely blog for a good while.

pennydog said...

Mulled wine is the answer!

pennydog said...

I follow on Facebook

pennydog said...

I follow on IG

Regina said...

I follow you on bloglovin'.

Regina said...

Close your eyes...you are walking on a bed of coals! Tee Hee!

Donna said...

Ok, imagine you are in Florida right now, sitting on the porch with me, and it is 80+ degrees. We're so warm we have to move into the shade or go inside where the air conditioner is running. :)

Anonymous said...

I follow by email. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Sallie said...

Did you hear about the fire at the circus? The heat was in tents.

Born4Travel said...

Hot Cocoa with a shot of coconut rum. That should warm you up. ;) Thanks for the chance to win. I love the fabric!!

Born4Travel said...

Now following you via bloglovin.

Dawn said...

Hmm, think nice white beach, warm sand, beautiful clear turquoise water, sun beaming down. Heaven! Thanks!!

Dawn said...

I have been following you on FB for quite a while now!

Taryn V. said...

Whenever I want to get warm, I just put on my favorite oversized hoodie and drink some cocoa. I love the Starbucks individual packets, salted caramel flavor.

Taryn V. said...

I follow via The Old Reader, but I think I am on Bloglovin' too for verification purposes.

Dawn said...

I am an old friend, started on Google Reader, moved to Bloglovin

Taryn V. said...

I follow via FB.

Taryn V. said...

I follow via Instagram.

Anonymous said...

Picture yourself in Tahiti. About 72 degrees F. year-round. Beautiful locally-painted batik fabrics available in Bora Bora. Oh, and water in the most gorgeous shades of blue you will ever see. Hmmm. I feel warmer already myself. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Jaya Pratheesh said...

warm you up? minky-lined house boots. try some, you'll never wear anything else!

thanks for the giveaway!

Karrie said...

Hot steamy bath with a few candles, vanilla or another gentle scented bath bubbles with the door closed, the mirror steamed up, and possibly sipping on the best hot cocoa you ever had! hope that helps! -karrie , ksmith8@emich.edu

Karrie said...

I follow BL-karrie smith

Karrie said...

I follow on IG @karries3

Karrie said...

I liked your FB page-karrie smith. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway!

karrie

Jeneta said...

A bowl of warm, sweet rice pudding with a sprinkling of nutmeg!

Faye Nettles said...

A roaring fire will keep you warm.

Faye Nettles said...

I am an old friend.

Faye Nettles said...

I am a FB follower.

Jeneta said...

I'm an old friend via BL.

Barb and Sharon said...

I love my alpaca sweater it makes me warm and toasty on a cold day.
Barb@Witsend

Shanna said...

I am picturing your hands around a large mug of hot chocolate, the steam rising from the cup as you take little sips. I am sure you are wrapped up in your new deployment quilt.

Shanna said...

I am a new follower via bloglovin

Wendy said...

we'll do a swap, I'm boiling over here. Before you get the wrong idea, I'm not from a hot clime, I live in England... it's just incredibly hot in my office, feel like I'm going to feint!

Donna W said...

A beautiful fire in the wood stove, a cup of hot chocolate and a good book to read.

Donna W said...

I follow your blog via email.

Karen said...

I follow you on Twitter. @karen_squared

Donna W said...

I "like" you on FB

Karen said...

A nice steamy cup of hot chocolate maybe with a shot of Kahlua in it should warm you up. ;)

Kay Holm said...

Hot chocolate, a warm quilt and a roaring fire in the fireplace.

Karen said...

I already follow your blog with Bloglovin. :)

Kay Holm said...

I follow you with bloglovin

Kay Holm said...

I follow you on fb

Needled Mom said...

I crawl into a warm bath when I get so cold that I can't deal with it anymore.

Needled Mom said...

I follow on GFC.

Tanya said...

Hot apple cider with lots of whipped cream, a blanket and a good book!

Serena said...

It is a very nice bundle!
Warm woolen socks and gloves and a hat and a cuddly blanket, plus hot tea and toast!

Tanyia said...

I will send you some warmth! It is 86 today in Central Florida! lol Thanks for the chance!

Tanyia said...

I am a new follower via GFC

Tanyia said...

I follow you on FB now as well :)

Tanyia said...

Also on IG now :)

Katie.Herzog said...

Turn on the Fireplace TV show on Netflix instant! That should help! Thanks for the give away!

Katie.Herzog said...

I follow you on FB!

Katie.Herzog said...

I follow you on bloglovin!

Nita said...

sending you a great big warm ol' ((((((((HUG)))))))

Nita said...

I'm a follower :) (well, I'm a leader, too - but you know what I mean!)

Christi said...

I am an old friend...and a faithful one :)
cjpike (at) Indiana (dot) edu

Christi said...

Hang in there...hopefully we are in the worst of our weather!

cjpike (at) Indiana (dot) edu

Christi said...

I follow you on fb....

cjpike (at) indiana (dot) edu

Christi said...

Follow you on Instagram too!!

Madeleine said...

Think about sunbathing on a tropical beach . . . sounds good and warm to me! :)

CraftyHourMom said...

This should make you feel warmer: Here in central Alberta we had temps of -34*C (-29.2*F) with wind chill of -40*C (-40*F)...

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