Yeps it's that time of the year again...it's giveaway day over at sew mama sew's
and guess what this year I am taking part by having a giveaway.
Okay first things first to those of you who are visiting my site for the first time let me give you a quick intro.
My name is Hayley AKA Mrs.Pickles I started this blog back in 2011 as a gardening blog. However since our gardening season here in Saskatchewan is only from May-September I needed to talk about something else during the winter. So it has evolved to showcase many of my other hobbies as well like cooking, canning and sewing and rambling on...I am great at that!!
In March 2014 my hubby and I welcomed our first child into the world and for the past almost 9 months she has been my biggest and most rewarding hobby :)
Okay enough about me..on to what you are really here for.....the giveaway!!
I have an amazing paper piecing log cabin/bear paws pattern as well as 2 fat quarters from my favourites pile. ( I think the white is Riley Blake and the Yellow is Red Rooster..but don't hold me to that)
Please use the rafflecopter dohicky to enter the giveaway.
For one entry let me know your favourite easy sewing/quilting tutorial and followers new and old get a second entry
- Open internationally
Good luck to all
As per the giveway day rules the giveway will stay open till
- December 12 at 5 p.m. PST.
- A winner will be picked by Dec 14th and notified via e-mail and in a blog post. If your comment doesn't not link back to an e-mail address please leave your e-mail address in your comment.
- The prize will be shipped out by Dec 16th
Have a great day
My favourite pattern is for a zippered pouch.ReplyDelete
My favorite tutorial is this one! http://thermoweb.com/blog/easy-fusible-fleece-pencil-case-tutorial/ReplyDelete
The Disappearing Hourglass Quilt on youtubeReplyDelete
I love most tutorials from Naii (diariodenaii.blogspot.com).ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance!
I don't have a link for it, but Missouri Star Quilt Company's jelly roll race tutorial video is good.ReplyDelete
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com
How to miter your last join when sewing binding onto a quilt.ReplyDelete
I have so many tutorials that I love. I especially like the Missouri Star ones, but right now it is the Bonnie Hunter ones.ReplyDelete
I like the all the tutorial videos that Jenny Doan from the Missouri Star Quilt co does.ReplyDelete
It's the MSQC Falling Charms tutorial. I've used that several times for fast easy baby and toddler quilts.ReplyDelete
I've been making bags using this tutorial with Christmas fabrics to use as wrapping for presents: http://www.incolororder.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.htmlReplyDelete
One about making pillow cases. There are several available on youtube.ReplyDelete
Gosh Haley...I ve learned so much from tutorials on here!!!
I love the folding templates on Scientific SeamstressReplyDelete
detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com
I love the Love Me Knot Short by GYCTReplyDelete
I love Sew Delicious' quilted sewing machine cover pattern. :)ReplyDelete
twocheekymonkeys at live dot com
I can't say if I have a favorite tutorial. I do love all the MSQC videos...it is because of them that I started quilted.ReplyDelete
Hi there! What a great giveaway!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win!
I love all of Noodleheads tutorials! :-)
I refer to blog tutorials on how to make and sew binding!ReplyDelete
Hello from Alberta! Love seeing Canadian bloggers on this exciting day of giveaways. I enjoy all the tutorials on danamadeit.com She gives tons of information without making it confusing! I'm new to sewing so it's awesome.ReplyDelete
Hi! I like the little fabrics from Elefantz :)ReplyDelete
I like the bento box tutorial @ http://quiltsoflove.blogspot.com/2010/06/strip-pieced-bento-box-quilt-pattern.htmlReplyDelete
I don't have a favourite tutorial, I don't tend to make the same thing more than once.ReplyDelete
I love this one- quite old, but use it a lot for presents!ReplyDelete
Any patterns by noodlehead are fantastic!ReplyDelete
Good tutorials Missouri Quilt Company.ReplyDelete
Bonnie Hunter has a lot of great tutorials.ReplyDelete
Right now I am working on a pillow tutorial from Each House Quilts. Thanks for the opportunity.ReplyDelete
It was across the sea from fairy face designs as it was my first ever one to followReplyDelete
I love to watch shabby fabrics tutorials on appliqueReplyDelete
I just started sewing so my favorite tutorials are the ones with the basics.ReplyDelete
I found a tutorial for a sock monkey and it is my favorite!ReplyDelete
My favorite sewing tutorial is AddieK's twin needle post. I had never used twin needles & didn't realize my machine was capable. They're awesome for creating a professional hem without a serger. http://addiek.com/twin-needles-are-great/ReplyDelete
I like the Noodlehead tuts. thanks!ReplyDelete
I like the tutorials that the Missouri Quilt Company does....She breaks it down so it looks so easy to make....ReplyDelete
The Sassy Quilter's beginner's series is wonderful.ReplyDelete
t_ktl at yahoo.com
Heirloom creations on binding. They are great.ReplyDelete
Missouri Star Quilt binding tutorial.ReplyDelete
Rafflecopter name is Sandy Hardman.
I don't have a favorite tutorial other than to say I like those that are well written and illustrated and don't leave out important steps that beginners like me need.ReplyDelete
My favorite sewing tute right now is how to make a batch of HST's at once. 18 to be exact.ReplyDelete
Love the boxy pouch tutorial on the Pink Stitches blog.ReplyDelete
Short cuts on how to get allot of pieces when sewing 2 squares together, ex. flying geese, 1/2 square triangles. 24Tangent@gmail.comReplyDelete
My favourite easy quilting tips all come from this book I found at the thrift store called Quick Quilts to Make in a Weekend. :) Greetings from one province over (Winnipeg, MB) !ReplyDelete
My favorite quilting tips lately have come from the Missouri star quilts.ReplyDelete
I like Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street :)ReplyDelete
I make one too :)
My favorite tutorial is from Julie at The Crafty Quilter. Her Snow Birds Mug Rug is fun!ReplyDelete
yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com
I foound one recently to make a dress out of a onesie! Adorable!ReplyDelete
I follow with blog lovin.'ReplyDelete
I don't think I have a favorite sewing tutorial just yet but all these giveaways are giving me some great ideas :DReplyDelete
I don't have a favorite tutorial yetReplyDelete
My favorite tutorial is for paper piecing. cdahlgren at live dot comReplyDelete
My favorite tutorial is about different bindings and how to do each oneReplyDelete
I love all the tutorials from Missouri Quilts. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas from Oklahoma. I loved Lynette Anderson on youtube about appliquick applique. crystalbluern at onlineok dot comReplyDelete
Oh that's a hard one. But I think I've used the party dress by cottage mama the most.ReplyDelete
The bento box. Disappearing nine patch is a close second.ReplyDelete
Love the many quilt tutorials from missouri star quilt co.ReplyDelete
zippy pouches. They a quick and easy. Great last min gift ideas.ReplyDelete
HI,it's Red Pepper Quilts Binding Tutorial!ReplyDelete
I love the spiderweb potholders by Jaybird quilts!ReplyDelete
I like all the free classes from craftsy. Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
I always go to Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day. I love her quilts but also the history of and behind the quilts that she tells! And your pattern...I was just asking for some help in doing a log cabin quilt for the first time...a pattern might be just the answer!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway
I love almost all the video tutorials that Missouri Star Quilt Co put on YouTube.ReplyDelete
My fav tutorial is Molly Flanders Makerie: A Tutorial: French BindingReplyDelete
I like Noodlehead and Missouri Quilot Co tutes.ReplyDelete
I like Crazy Mom Quilts tutorial on mitered corners. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I've made Noodlehead's zippered pouch tutorial more than any other.ReplyDelete
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Learned to sew too long ago for basic tuts to be of much help, but in-person workshops I love for the interchange one gets with the instructor. Too many to choose a favorite.ReplyDelete
I love tutorials on how to measure, cut and stitch accurately.ReplyDelete
I love Bonnie Hunter's Scrap Users System and I often refer to Rita Hodge / Red Pepper Quilts machine binding tutorial. Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
I like any video tutorials that are not too long but clear. I am a taught myself sewer, so I'm always looking for resources online. I don't have anything in particular that I can recommend. Just in general, online help has taught me lots of new tricks.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance.
That would be a tutorials that is really easy to follow to make a tote bag. I would enjoy making a bear paw quilt and this pattern would be the answer for me. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew giveaway and giving me the chance to win. Merry Christmas to you.ReplyDelete
I have too many, but currently, I found a pocket tissue holder tutorial on pinterest. Best quick stocking stuffer ever!ReplyDelete
i like the tuts from Missouri Quilts.ReplyDelete
I like Leah DAy's tutorials.ReplyDelete
Awesome giveaway! Noodlehead has a great tutorial for a wide open pouch that's great.ReplyDelete
Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.
I'd say everything on Mary corbet's needle n thread is my favorite. She is so clear and thorough!ReplyDelete
I learned to sew from the Leah Day website. She taught me piecing, cutting, and of course free motion quilting. Love it!ReplyDelete
jeni baker's lined pouches on her websiteReplyDelete
I love Gen X quilters FREE quilt block library!ReplyDelete
Anything by Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Company. Watch her on YouTube.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win!
wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com
Hidden zippers by www.caribousmom.comReplyDelete
I have so many tutorials that I love, so mostly İ looking here: Sew 4 home. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
I really like the Bonnie Hunter Scrappy Trip Around the WOrld tutorial - her method and tips make it easy to get it right and not get in a muddle.ReplyDelete
perry94022 at hotmail dot com
Anything by Gail Kessler!ReplyDelete
Returning to quilting after 20 yrs, the amount of info available is overwhelming! Love the tutorials about free motion quilting. :) thank youReplyDelete
My favorite sewing tutorial is the binding tool tutorial on Missouri Star Quilt Company's YouTube channel.ReplyDelete
I haven't followed a lot of tutorials, but may chappell has a "tuesday tip" post about ironing embroidery, and I have been referring to that one repeatedly recently.ReplyDelete
jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m
I really like this Organizer basket tutorial by Ayumi at Pink Penguin:ReplyDelete
I have been using this tutorial a lot lately for a self-binding receiving blanket: http://shannonfabrics.com/blog/2013/09/27/cuddle-baby-self-binding-receiving-blanket/ReplyDelete
I don't know if I have a favorite. I love seeing the great tutorials on http://www.sewcanshe.com/ReplyDelete
I have a favorite, it's a 3-zipper pouch over at A Quilter's Table :)ReplyDelete
How to join binding ends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUEy9NXOK5cReplyDelete
(I was born in Saskatchewan but have lived in Southern California most of my life).
There are several tutorials here that I love including the fabric basket. http://sewkatiedid.wordpress.com/good-ideastutorials/ReplyDelete
I love most sewing tutorials but I think that lately I've been more focused on clothing construction tutorials. I want to be able to sew great articles of clothing so I soak up whatever tutorial deals with any aspect of garments and how to make them.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the great giveaway!
Right now been perusing around for help with beginning FMQ...no fave Tutorials to share yet thoReplyDelete
I like anything that helps with FMQ. I have a ton of Leah Day that I have to look atReplyDelete
I like paper piecing tutorialsReplyDelete