December 9, 2013

Kona New Pastel Roll-Up Giveaway!

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!

Today is Giveaway Day at Sew Mama Sew!

I'm giving away a Robert Kaufman Kona New Pastel Roll-Up!

You have 2 ways to enter my giveaway!

Kona New Pastel Roll-up
ENTRY #1:  Leave a comment on this post telling me what you'll make with this roll!

You can follow any of three ways:

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ENTRY #2:  Favorite my Etsy shop and leave a comment here telling me you did.

DETAILS:

I will ship internationally.
Winner will be chosen at random.
Giveaway is open until Friday, December 13th at 5:00 Pacific time.

Visit Sew Mama Sew for other Giveaways this week!

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Kids Playing Hockey on Pond
Our swimming pond is frozen thick, and the kids and Lily are playing hockey instead of working on school work this morning.  We don't get much snow here, nor does the pond often have a chance to freeze thick enough to skate on, so they are playing while they can - one of the benefits of homeschooling!  It is snowing tiny dandruff flakes, and it is supposed to snow until tomorrow and then warm up and rain shortly thereafter.  {Yes, that is a pair of shorts you see!}


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Aimee said...

GFC follower as Aimee. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

Rhonda Best said...

I would start a quilt for my daughter. I follow by email.

MeasuredandSlow said...

I'm making a wall hanging in a wedding ring pattern out of my wedding dress, and these would be perfect to go with my dress fabric!

Rhonda Best said...

Favorited your etsy shop.

Barbara Ensor said...

A jelly roll race quilt would be perfect for this.

felice said...

i follow via bloglovin

Alison said...

I'd make a baby quilt.

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I favorited your shop! (www.sewystuffbypaula.etsy.com)

Elise Lea said...

I would make a quilt from a pattern I designed and use the extras for EPP hexagons! Thanks for this opportunity!

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Love the pastels. Lots of new babies coming, in my family and in a co-worker/friend family so this would go into a quilt for one of the wee ones (or maybe two of them!) :-)

Katrin said...

There are several rainbow quilt patterns I'd like to try out. Thanks!

Julia Glotova said...

Something pretty for my daughter. Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

Robin Huss said...

I would do some paper piecing with these pastels...Thank you for the chance to win them....
GFC Follower.

Sarah said...

That would come in awffy handy to put together a quick and easy cot quilt for my soon to come baby! Lovely giveaway, thanks

Coser Tejer Crear said...

Id make a quilt following a tutorial by Kimberly from Fat Quarter Shop!

Coser Tejer Crear said...

As Mariana Galvagno, you will find a Favorited your shop. Is really Favorited a word?

Pam said...

i used the colors in a skrappy quilt along

Tiffany said...

I'd make a quilt of course, maybe a herringbone pattern of some kind. Thanks for the chance to win!

JenJohnson said...

Baby quilt!!

Robin said...

I think this would make a beautiful baby quilt!

Robin said...

I favorited your shop on ETSY.

Kathy said...

Beautiful fabric! I would make a baby quilt for my niece! Thank you for the chance of winning!

Janarama said...

This fabric would make beautiful Spring/Summer handbags.

Heather Watson said...

I think this would be great for a quilt for my lovely son in law, he gets cold knees when relaxing watching tv. Merry Christmas :)

2peaches said...

I am already planning to make quilts for my two girls, and these pastel colors would work perfectly for that project! Thanks for the giveaway.

lesleyjean said...

I have a bunch of jelly roll specific quilt patterns and I'd like to try one of them. llatham0306 at gmail dot com

Susan Paxton said...

My granddaughter is due a new quilt and so I will make one for her.

M.W. said...

A new pillow for my denim couch.
I think that would be fun.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Oh my, that is lovely! I would most definitely make a quilt with it. Fingers crossed! Thanks so much for the chance!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I am a new follower on Bloglovin!

Kim M said...

I've seen so many great jelly roll quilt patterns but have never made one!

teachpany said...

I need to make a quilt for my future great-niece or nephew. The baby is due in March, but I don't know the gender yet. Great colors!

teachpany said...

I hearted your Etsy store. Nice quilts!

KatieQ said...

There is a new baby in our family. These colors would be perfect for a baby quilt.

KatieQ said...

I favorited your Etsy store. You have some lovely quilts for sale.

Deb said...

I would have to put it into a quilt!

barbara woods said...

following by gfc

Debbie said...

I would surely make a beautifulllllllllllllllllllllllllll quilt. Love solids. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

This jelly roll would make a beautiful quilt for my granddaughter! I love your quilts. Thank you for this opportunity.

Robyn Jones said...

I would make a wall hanging for my granddaughters room at their new house.

Robyn Jones said...

I favorited your esty shop.

Sherry in MA said...

I would definitely make a baby quilt with these soft lovely colors.

Donna Kory said...

I'd make a baby quilt.

barb said...

i would make charity quilts. i follow via bloglovin babscorbitt@gmail.com

barb said...

i favorited your etsy shop. babscorbitt@gmail.com

mean sarah jean said...

I would make a baby quilt for a friend of mine expecting a little girl.

Angela Bullard said...

I just started following you via Bloglovin.

Angela Bullard said...

whoops, forgot to finish my above comment--I have no idea exactly what I would make, most likely a quilt :). I also favorite your Etsy shop. Beautiful items!!

sharpie said...

Sooo I have a feathery quilt design in mind that is in dire need of some blush/pink/purple tones… Must…have…this…roll!

JoyceLM said...

I have a new great nephew coming early in 2014, so I'd make a baby quilt. Thanks.

JoyceLM said...

I favorited your Etsy shop. (And I'm following with Bloglovin')

Susan said...

I'd make a baby quilt in a pattern from Moda bakeshop, simply woven

Susan said...

Favourited you Etsy shop

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

I am seeing a low volume scrappy trip around the world

Jusmom1 said...

A low volume log cabin!

Allison C said...

I would actually give this to my mom. She loves pastels

Ramona said...

I would make a baby quilt with these gorgeous pastels.
ramona_murray(at)comcast(dot)net

Anonymous said...

A quilt for my daughters room :)
Amanda
britbaby13@hotmail.com

Melisa said...

Definitely a baby quilt! This would be my first Jelly Roll quilt. :)

I'm following through BlogLovin and RSS feed through Feedly.

Susan said...

Love your Etsy shop and I have favorite you there.

jbernow said...

I've never used a jelly roll before and always wanted to try it. Not sure what I'll do, waiting to be inspired when it arrives ;-)

Susan said...

I would make a quilts for my granddaughters. They love pastels. One would get the pinks and the other the lavenders.
Merry Christmas!

Life in the Dog House said...

The colours in the jelly roll would make a beautiful baby or child's quilt

Kayla Yapuncich said...

Thanks so much for the chance! I can see these in a baby quilt - such sweet colors!

Craftygnomewife said...

I would make a quilt for my niece. Thanks for the giveaway!

Laura Fedewa said...

I would make a great quilt with that beautiful roll!

Lori said...

It would be perfect to include in a new quilt I'm starting in January called Summer at the Lake.

Kim said...

I love those pastels! I can totally see an irish chain quilt using them. I love the pic of your kids playing hockey. We are homeschoolers, too, so I can relate to enjoying things when they happen!

Barb said...

I've never made a quilt out of solids, but it's been on my Wish List. Great quilting opportunity with solids.

Kim said...

I added your shop as one of my favorites on Etsy.

Barb said...

I favorited your shop - very nice! Come check out mine at Mountain Quiltworks.

Seamstress Erin said...

A lap quilt. All I want right now is a blanket to snuggle up in!

Seamstress Erin said...

I favorited your Etsy shop

supersara20 said...

I have a pattern for a jelly roll this would be perfect for.

Lorna McMahon said...

I would make a quilt, of course!

Lorna McMahon said...

Your etsy shop was already on my favourites list!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

These colors are so pretty. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter. Thanks!

A Quilter's Mission said...

There are so many jelly roll patterns out there. Not sure, but these are such great colors.

Jenny said...

I would sew them into a baby quilt, for sure. They are just darling and I love Konas -- thank you!

Peggy S said...

I would most likely make a modern quilt. Thanks for your generosity!

Peggy S said...

Favorite My Etsy Shop --DONE!

Irene García Díaz said...

I would probably make a "bear paw" quilt that I've had on my Etsy wish list for ages. Thanks for the giveaway!

Stephanie Alvarez said...

I'd probably make something cute for my daughter. Not sure what yet!

Darlington Gal said...

Would love to try a chevron quilt with this beauty. Thanks for the giveaway. kmcassie@gmail.com

Kim said...

I would love to make a great granny baby quilt.

Chiara said...

Really love these giveaway, thank you!!!
Hugs from Italy Chiara

Julie Kalber said...

I would love to make a bargello quilt with that. Great thought, given I have just started quilting - I would be setting myself up for failure, no doubt!

Barbara O. said...

I follow you on Bloglovin, and I'd make a Chinese Coin quilt with these wonderful strips. Thanks for the chance.

Barbara O. said...

I've favourited your Etsy shop.

Jodie Tawn said...

I would make a quilt with this fabric. I've seen lots of jelly roll quilts I'd love to try :-)

Beth said...

I would make a spring baby quilt! We have a friend who is expecting right around Easter. I follow on bloglovin.

Beth said...

Favored your etsy shop!

Johanna said...

I am obsessed with DWR patterns and would use this for a quilt for my parents :)

Tammy said...

Oh this would be perfect for a spring/ Easter runner. I am following via GFC. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

Tammy said...

Just favorited your Etsy shop. You have some pretty things over their.

projekdorcas said...

I'll make a jelly roll quilt for a family member.

Anonymous said...

if I win this giveaway, I'll ask my wife to sew me a quilt. :)

Richard Lee said...

If I win this giveaway, I'll ask my wife to sew me a quilt. Tks !

Melissa @ Missouri Mel said...

Definitely a quilt. I need to work more with solids only and I've not used a jelly roll yet. All the best to you!

Joanie's Trendy Quilts said...

I am a new follower on Bloglovin. I have a wonderful quilt throw pattern that I could use this yummy jelly roll in it.

Joanie's Trendy Quilts said...

I favorited your My Etsy Shop!

Quilting Nanny said...

I think I'd cut it into squares and make HST's from it!

Jeana said...

I'd use it as sashing for a scrappy block!

Lee said...

I would make two baby quilts! I follow w/ bloglovn! thank you! I love the ice skating picture - made me smile!

Lee said...

I hearted your etsy store! thank you again!

Jaya said...

mamma mia that is gorgeous! i would make a color graded jewels quilt with a grey sashing. thanks for a chance to win it (and to fantasize about it) :D

Elisabetta said...

Thank you so much for the chance, I'd like to make a quilt to my little princess Anna for her brand new bedroom

Elisabetta said...

I already follow you with Bloglovin' and I think I favorited your Etsy shop (the heart became gray, is it okay?) my intention is to favorite

Chiska said...

A quilt for my "big" girl who has just decided she loves those colors. Thanks so much for the chance!

Sandra said...

Follower via Bloglovin. I would make some type of gradient quilt with these. Those colors are gorgeous.

syvisser@gmail(dot)com

happygoluckyquilter said...

These would go beautifully with some butterfly fabric I have and have been saving for a quilt.
emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

Judy H said...

I have some bright prints I would pair with for a scrappy looking quilt.

Wendi Dickherber said...

Follow you on bloglovin

Wendi Dickherber said...

Favorited your shop

Bethany Martini said...

I would use it to make a lap quilt!

Nykie P said...

I've added you as a favourite on Etsy - Merry Christmas

Nykie P said...

This would make a lovely postage stamp quilt!

Gill said...

GFC follower!
I'd make a picnic quilt!

Gill said...

I favourited your etsy shop!

pennydog said...

Definitely a quilt but I don't have a clue what pattern yet!

Sallie said...

Star Chain from Jelly Roll Quilts & More

Renee said...

A baby quilt!

Renee said...

I added you as a favorite!

Allison said...

This jelly roll is beautiful! I added your etsy shop to my favorites.

Little Ella Lu said...

I may have to try my hand at quilting.

Muttmomkay said...

I have several patterns for jelly roll quilts I want to try.

Katie.Herzog said...

I would make a nice girly quilt for my Cousin's daughter!

Marti M said...

I would make a jelly roll race quilt. They are fast and fun.

Taryn said...

I would make the Step Lively quilt from Little Bits Quilting Bee!

Linda said...

FOLLOW ON BLOGLOVIN'!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Linda said...

"FAVORITE" ON YOUR ETSY!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Linda said...

HELLO,I'D MAKE AS MANY BABY CHARITY QUILTS AS POSSIBLE WITH THIS YUMMY ROLL! THANK YOU FOR SHARING! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Michelle Olsen said...

I follow thru GFC, and would make a baby quilt - probably a Jelly Roll Jam one :)

Sarah said...

I would use this jelly roll to make a framed munki munki quilt :)

Judith said...

I would make a Marcie's Maze quilt. It would look lovely in these pastels. Thanks for the chance to win.

Genevieve P said...

I'd love to make a stack of coins quilt out of this!

mtnquiltr said...

I'd definitely make a baby quilt, and I have a few to do soon too!

mtnquiltr said...

I favourited you on Etsy!

Kelly Marie said...

I would love to try to make a purse with them! Love the colors.
hiccupsandsunshine(at)yahoo(dot)com

Kelly Marie said...

I favorited your Etsy shop!

Peaches1003 said...

I'd use it to make the hashtag quilt from Camille Roskelly's Craftsy class.

Joyce Carter said...

Thank you so much for your giveaway. I would use these in a hexy quilt.

Needled Mom said...

I'd make a quilt with those pretty colors.

snausages22 said...

Hi thanks for the giveaway!
I would pair this JR with an all-white JR and make a queen-sized JR race quilt for my bedroom!
Jacqueline

jmniffer said...

I would use this in a spring time wall hanging. Thanks for the giveaway.

principeta said...

Lovely giveaway,so generous of you.Thank you for the chance to win it.Love the colors,perfect for throw for my daughter.

Karrie S said...

i'd use this in a quilt. ksmith8@emich.edu

Karrie S said...

I favorited your Etsy shop-karrie smith. Thanks for the chance to win!

Becky said...

I'd love to make a baby quilt with this jelly roll. Thank you for this generous giveaway!

Drae said...

I'd make a bargello quilt

Jayne said...

Faved your Etsy shop.

Jayne said...

This fabric is going to make a quilt...so pretty!

CraftyHourMom said...

I have the perfect project for a rainbow roll like that! I have a set of rainbow charm squares, all prints. Sashing in rainbow solids would be fun!

Barb and Sharon said...

I think a modern baby quilt is in order!
Barb@Witsend

Vicki H said...

I see it becoming a baby quilt.

Vicki H said...

I favorited your Etsy shop.

Michele T said...

I would make a rainbow quilt!!! Thanks for the chance!

Julia C said...

I'd make a quilt for my daughter (I used a similar jelly roll to make a rainbow quilt for my son).

dewiec(at)yahoo(dot)ca

Pre said...

I'd use the blues/greens on a "Sea" quilt I'm working on. The pinks/purples I'm not sure - maybe some pillows for my niece or some doll clothes for her.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I would love to make a jelly roll quilt with these...would be my first. Thank you

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I am following via GFC

Jessica said...

I am trying to come up with a quilt for my daughters new room. Most of the colors in this jelly roll are in the fabric selection I have decided on for her quilt. They would fit in quite nicely.

Jessica said...

I favorited your Etsy page.

Cecilia said...

I would use the with another jelly roll I have to make a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway. I follow via GFC and email.

Lynne Tilley said...

I have been wanting to make a solid color quilt, no prints, for a long time. This would be my chance!
I follow you on Bloglovin.

Lynne Tilley said...

I faved you on Etsy in the shop. Love your stuff!!

Fran said...

I would love to make a solids-only postage stamp quilt with this pretty jelly roll. I'm a new follower via Bloglovin, thanks for the great giveaway.

Fran said...

I favourite-d (not really a word, I know!) your Etsy shop. Thanks again.

Zura said...

I will make a quilt called Sweet Sixteen, a beautiful 16-patch quilt from a book called Antique & Heirloom Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam & Nicky Lintott. I want the quilt to be in soft pastel colors for the bedroom and this Jelly Roll will be perfect!! Thank you for the opportunity to win :)

Zura said...

I am following your blog via Bloglovin and already favorited your etsy shop :)

Lori said...

I'm not sure what I'd make out of it, but it looks beautiful.

JenJohnson said...

Baby quilt for a little one due any minute. :)

Heather said...

I'd make a quilt for my sweet little girl. I seriously need a skating pond in my back yard, that is awesome!

Julie said...

I would make a quilt with a million small wonky stars. Happy skating!

Emily C said...

I will make a strip quilt =)

atabanana29 said...

I would make a quilt and I follow through Bloglovin!

atabanana29 said...

I favorited your shop!

Sewgirl said...

I have seen a lot of beautiful zigzag quilts made with strips lately, so that is what i would like to do with a roll like yours.

Amanda said...

I think I would use it to make a little quilt. So pretty!

Mrs Quinn said...

I would make a quilt. I have lots of jelly roll patterns.

Mrs Quinn said...

I favorited your etsy shop!

Nikita said...

I would love to make a bigger version on FQ Shop Jelly Roll Jam quilt.

Nikita said...

I faved your etsy shop.

Stephanie said...

I would make a quilt.

Nita said...

I could make two children's charity quilts out of one jelly roll, so that is what I would do :)

capitolaquilter said...

I would make a pretty quilt for my baby grand girl.

Sangeetha said...

I would try a quilt - your barn raising is quite inspiring

Jodi said...

I would love to make something like your Yellow and grey baby quilt using pastels from this jelly roll. I think it could be really beautiful. Either that or something with herringbone or chevron elements.

Karen said...

Wow just the colours I am needing for my half in hexies for 'La Passion'. Thank you for the chance to win

Quilting in the Deep South said...

I would have to be a bargello baby quilt for sure. Thanks for a chance to win

Siew Khim said...

I am following you on bloglovin. Wld use this jelly roll for a baby quilt if I win. Have a wonderful christmas. Thanks !

Born4Travel said...

Hurrah another homeschooling family! I love being able to do things in the middle of the day!

I would make a log cabin quilt I think. I am very new to quilting so that is about my speed. Thanks for the chance to win!

Born4Travel said...

And I just started following via bloglovin.

Dani said...

Oh, the colors are lovely. I would make a messenger bag with them.

Gene Black said...

This would make great sashing for a fun scrap quilt. I already have it started, so I hope I win! (or else I will have to cut strips. Ha ha)

Lady J said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter. I follow via bloglovin

Lady J said...

I am following the etsy shop

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Bloglovin follower - FAB giveaway!! I would make a log cabin or square in square lap quilt :)

Robin said...

I would use it to make a springtime lap quit!

susan said...

I really want to make Aerial by Carolyn Friedlander

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