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Monday, December 13, 2010

Giveaway!!! (closed)

Oh my! What fun!




Sew Mama Sew's annual Giveaway Day has arrived!  This is my first year participating and I finally feel like I can sew well enough to contribute, so here goes:

I am giving one random commenter a gathered zipper clutch made from Joel Dewberry fabric.  It's that lovely turquoise and rust colored one below.

These are made by me using Noodlehead's Gathered Clutch tutorial and are my staple Christmas gift this year.  I would encourage you to try one yourself as they are a very rewarding project with relatively easy steps to follow.  To see how crazy about them I am and for a mini review of the tutorial, look here.

Now, how to win one!
Comment and tell me your fave project or tutorial and give me a link, if you have one, to where I can find it online.  If you don't have a fave project, just tell me something about yourself.

I NEED A WAY TO CONTACT YOU, SO LEAVE AN EMAIL ADDRESS IF YOU DON'T HAVE A PROFILE OR BLOG.

I'll be picking a random comment winner using random.org
and BONUS!  
I'll be giving the first commenter a clutch as well!  (because the very first comment always gets the shaft but someone has to start it)

Good luck and have fun entering all the giveaways through the 17th!
S

151 comments:

  1. I'd love a chance to win one of these clutches. They are cute. I love to knit and love making hats! avennett AT verizon DOT net

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  2. I love that tutorial too & am planning on trying some this year as well!

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  3. Those are really cute!

    My favorite project is making stuffed octopodes, but I just wing it, so I don't have a pattern, I'm afraid.

    (ettlinga(at)dickinson(dot)edu)

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  4. I can't say that I have a favorite tutorial but I did learn to quilt using online tutorials!

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  5. I dont have a favorite tutorial I love them all. love these clutches great choice of fabrics. thanks

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  6. I love this easy apron!

    http://jonag.typepad.com/stop_staring_and_start_se/2008/12/your-christmas-gift-from-mean-apron-in-an-hour.html

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  7. lovely!
    I'm hosting a giveaway too, so pop on over if you have some time...
    belle-n-bee.blogpsot.com
    beckymac1@hotmail.com

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  8. Those are so cute!

    My favorite project is... the advent calendar I'm working on. I designed it myself and have no pictures/links to share. Sorry!

    erin m shipley at gmail dot com

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  9. Very cute. I've wanted to make that. Come over and enter my giveaway. thanks

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  10. I was hoping to have already made the clutch for some friends. I'll get to it eventually. And lately, I've been making a few camera straps. I have seen a few tutorials around, but have pretty much combined a few of them together to make my own. :)

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  11. These are adorable. I really like this tutorial for kids: http://www.makeandtakes.com/easy-hooded-bath-towel

    And I like No Big Dill's biased skirt (which one day I will make in adult version for myself).

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  12. I love making crayon rolls.

    pryortara@yahoo.com

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  13. Thank you for the chance to win! I don't really have one favorite tutorial. I do like Made by Raes Buttercup bag tutorial.
    found here: http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html

    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Ive been wanting to try this for a while now!

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  15. i just love sewing and crafting in general :)
    great bags-i will try them out soon~
    thanks for the chance to win :)

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  16. I am a total tutorial junkie. It's hard to name my favorite, but I did enjoy the same gathered clutch on you've made here. Mined did not turn out nearly as nice!

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  17. I've been wanting to try making one of these, but I hate following patterns so I've been too lazy. I do love Kate Conklin's Skittles Quilt pattern though, you can find it in lots of online fabric shops if you google it. I bought mine as a pdf direct from Kate.

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  18. My favorite tutorial would have to be wristlets from Oh Fransson! http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2009/07/wristlet-love.html

    Thanks for the chance to win! (sukie80@gmail.com)

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  19. I love that tutorial but have not tried it out yet. I love Made By Rae's buttercup bag tutorial.

    Thanks for the chance to win (blueberryblues5 at gmail)

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  20. I really liked the Margaret Bag from Oh Fransson, but she took the tutorial off her website. Maybe it's still available through her shop!
    laurakreese[at]gmail[dot]com

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  21. I recently made this fun yarn tree and posted a tutorial. I love how it turned out: http://justjingle.blogspot.com/2010/12/holiday-craft-idea-vintage-yarn-tree.html

    I love your pouches!!! They are super stinking adorable!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  22. Congrats to the first commenter! My favorite tutorial is this patchwork wallet http://darnkat.wordpress.com/quilted-fabric-wallet-tutorial/

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  23. Hello! Beautiful work! I like the Made By Rae's buttercup bag tutorial- I've used it many times.

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  24. LOL! I love that pattern too and I'm giving one of those clutches away on my blog as well. :)

    I love the fabrics you used on yours!

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  25. Cute little clutch bags! I would love to win. heather738(@)gmail(.)com

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  26. Love the clutch!

    Here's my favorite wallet tutorial - so easy!:
    http://verypurpleperson.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/vpp_wallet.pdf

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  27. I love these! I'd love to win one - it would make my day.

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  28. I've had these little guys on my to-do list for a while...I've been making a lot of these lately:
    http://whipup.net/2010/11/11/whipup-tutorial-simple-drawstring-bag-with-french-seam/

    They have been perfect for rounding up Christmas presents! You can reach me at: mkaiser3 at gmail dot com.

    Looking forward to following your blog!

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  29. This clutch is so cute and I would love to win! My fave tutorial right now is one of my own- a reindeer shirt for the holidays. You can find it here: http://noodlesandmilk.blogspot.com/2010/11/too-cute-reindeer-shirt-tutorial.html

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  30. My favorite project right now would be making mug rugs. They come together so quickly and sometimes you just need that instant gratification!

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  31. my favorite projects are to build softies from scratch, so i don't have links. but i made a monkey one that i embroidered with pink floss with the baby's name, and i loved how it came out!
    asdrexler at gmail dot com

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  32. The latest thing I made was this car caddy from Homemade by Jill. The tutorial was really easy to follow and the caddy turned out great!

    http://homemadebyjill.blogspot.com/2009/12/cozy-car-caddy-tutorial.html

    erinwnorcross at gmail dot com

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  33. Such cute pouches! My birthday is Dec 17th, and winning would make the day extra-special.

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  34. I love the Made by Rae's buttercup bag!! It's awesome!!!

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  35. Fabulous. I'd like to try these, too. Your fabric is so pretty, too!

    I like DIY Dish's owls and Lia's seahorses.

    http://www.thediydish.com/2010/09/the-diy-dish-season2-episode1-look-whooos-back/

    http://www.liaspace.com/2010/01/tutorial-making-of-mr-seahorse.html

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  36. Love this clutch! I can't narrow down a favorite tutorial, but I have made a couple bags lately. Both are on my blog, one for my little sis for Christmas and the other is my giveaway for today. You can see them there, enter there to win one, and find the link to the tutorial.

    Merry Christmas....and thanks for participating!

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  37. http://www.dana-made-it.com/2008/07/tutorial-faux-chenille-blanket.html
    I keep meaning to try this faux chenille baby blanket

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  38. I enjoy making wreaths and plan to try my hand at sewing next year. I love the cute projects you post!

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  39. This clutch pattern is one of my favorites online! I have yet to make it though, so I would LOVE yours!! I really should follow your lead and make a bunch for Christmas gifts. As for what else I would make, I like to make mini-quilts and put them in frames. They can be done quickly, and framing them cuts out the time taken to bind them, plus they are easy for the recipient to hang!

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  40. Great little bag - I love that you are giving one to your first commenter. Very cool. One of my fav links is http://tearosehome.blogspot.com/. She always has fun repurposed ideas.

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  41. I love LilBlueBoo's patterns and tutorials. BTW, it's really cool to give one to comment#1, too.

    rebekahricker at yahoo dot com

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  42. these are too cute
    Bev over at Flamingotoes.com is amazing and pretty much every tutorial she does blows me away!

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  43. I love that Joel Dewberry fabric line.... Cute clutch!

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  44. I just found this tutorial for a scarf...
    http://www.u-createcrafts.com/2010/12/creative-guest-ruff-n-tumble-scarf-by.html
    I really like your blog, and I'm now following... Thanks for the giveaway!

    mbkufen@yahoo.com

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  45. I've had this tutorial bookmarked forever, but I haven't had a chance to sew anything for myself in a while...so it'd be great to win one!

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  46. I have made one of these, but your colors are even better.

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  47. ahh there so prtty and my favorite project was this little soldier i made fom yarn and cotton it is really adorable. happy holidays

    italydreamlol@yahoo.com

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  48. How pretty! I just did a tutorial on Christmas candles! Thanks! ♥

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  49. I would love to win! I love this tutorial for super hero capes (what I'm making for my little nieces this year): http://pukingpastilles.com/?p=57

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  50. I am only a novice at sewing, but I love tutorials too! Tahnk you for sharing, and great job!
    bridgestranslation at yahoo dot com

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  51. I love any tutorial from Sew Mama Sew! Thanks for the chance!

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  52. I love the Buttercup Bag- It's my go-to Christmas gift! http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html

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  53. Love the clutch! Very cute! My fav. tutorial are usually ones on children's clothes or items since I have a little girl I sew for! Thanks so much! :-)

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  54. My favorite tutorial I believe was on Sew Mama Sew last Christmas for making a tote bag. I wrote the measurements and instructions on a note pad but did not write where I had gotten it from. It is a great size and perfect for carrying on my shoulder when shopping.

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  55. My favorite is probably Made By the Mama Monster's nursing cover. http://madebythemamamonster.blogspot.com/2008/04/nursing-cover-tutorial.html

    I've been eyeing that Noodlehead clutch for awhile but have never made it. I'd love to have one without having to do the work! :)

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  56. Wow, fantastic giveaway! My favorite craft is knitting but I'm not very good at it yet and am definitely not good enough to follow any real patterns yet, lol!

    okiedokiemama(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  57. These are gorgeous. Too bad I wasn't first. I need to try to sew a bag soon.

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  58. I love making anything "owls". I heart them :) khohnstreiter at gmail dot com

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  59. wow! these are great! i have actually made one myself but it did not turn out so well lol!! this is my fav. one right now!

    http://alemonsqueezyhome.blogspot.com/2010/07/tissue-pouch-tutorial.html by Lemon Squeezy Home


    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  60. I love making embellished dishtowels.

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  61. My favorite project has been making clothing quilts out of all my daughyers first year clothes. It is over-queen sized (over-sized queen?) And has been a sentimental journey making it. Once my little one turns one, I will make her one, as well.

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  62. Love this clutch! I'm a new sewer, but lately I am enjoying making crayon art folios. I purchased the pattern from Ginia18 on Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/listing/62841325/crayon-art-folio-holder-pdf-pattern?ref=pr_shop) She has lots of other cute stuff.

    Thanks! megancparsons(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. I don't have a favorite tutorial yet as I am new to sewing. I am an avid reader, knitter and spinner and am looking forward to learning to sew well.

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  64. My fave project right now, cause this is the one I am working on is the jeans wallet: http://www.instructables.com/id/Jeans-Cuff-Wallet/step5/Figuring-Out-Pockets/

    I think it is pretty easy and you can always find old jeans. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway and I think I may try this myself.

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  65. I love fabric. I can sew but what I'm best at is finding fabric that I like and want to make something with. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Christmas. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

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  66. I love the rust + turquoise clutch. I'll be posting a tutorial later this week for a fun bag. I like Film in the Fridge's quilt tutorials.

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  67. Darling clutch! I'm a new mother of two who has very little time to sew, but I love it :)

    grl_4_God@hotmail.com

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  68. I love to sew these ties for my boys https://www.youcanmakethis.com/info/featured-products/boys-ties.htm

    kissyjensen at gmail dot com

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  69. There are so many good tutorials from all you talented ladies that it is hard to choose just one. The one I am currently dying to try is the Handprint Snowman Ornament. It looks super cute and I love any craft that captures a part of my children's fleeting years. Thanks so much for the giveaway. The clutch is another one that I've wanted to try and just haven't gotten to yet.

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  70. my favorite tutorials are all from www.dana-made-it.com she's my favorite!

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  71. I really love making ruffled aprons. No pattern, just four pieces of ruffled material sewen together about 3 inches apart to create it. Super easy, too!

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  72. That's actually my favorite tutorial at the moment! But I love the fabrics that you chose.

    orinoco14 at yahoo dot com

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  73. The most popular tutorial on my blog is for my felt pirate hat. Who knew it would be popular?
    http://mamabeefromthehive.blogspot.com/2010/07/pirate-hat-tutorial.html

    Bmoore_mamabee (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  74. Would love to give that sweet clutch a home!
    http://kojodesigns.blogspot.com/2010/09/kojotutorial-ultimate-baby-changing.html
    I've been all about making baby stuff lately. Kojo designs has some cute tutorials.

    Thanks!

    susansisney@hotmail.com

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  75. That clutch is beautiful!
    I really am just starting to sew so still looking for lots of fun tutorials!

    cannonsc3 (at)gmail (dot).com

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  76. Love the fabrics you used. You're inspiring me to try to make these!

    Here is my fav tutorial right now:
    http://lifesewbeautiful.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/twirly-skirts/

    (That's my blog!)

    addyforrest(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. They look great! I was going to make them for gifts this year too, but I'm not too great wtih the zippers. Insetad, I'm tying shrinky dink ornaments to some carmel sauce (homemade).

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  78. That is a great tutorial. It is on my mile-long to do list :)

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  79. I don't have a tutorial, but I do love making christmas ornaments and stuffed animals. Thanks for the giveaway!
    embyrfire(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  80. That clutch is fantastic! I've always wanted to try that tutorial, maybe I'll move it up on my Crafty-to-do-list in 2011! :)

    Here's a link to my most popular tutorial http://www.daydreambelievers.net/2010/08/head-scarf-chemo-cap-tutorial.html

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    daydreambelievershop{at}gmail{dot}com

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  81. There is a wild flower pincushion tutorial I love; I blogged about it here - http://www.themodernladyblog.com/index.php/2010/07/13/cool-pincushions-for-the-cutting-edge-crafter/.

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  82. My favorite project is my reusable snack bags that I'm addicted to making :) I'm new at sewing and crafting but those noodlehead clutches have been on my "to-do" list for a little while now. I'm thinking about making them and sending them out as New Years' gifts :) Thanks so much for hosting!

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  83. I'm in MS too!!! I was very excited to find a blogger in my home state.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Marilyn
    marilynjw1971 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  84. Actually, the tutorial for this clutch is one of my go-tos. It's so cute and useful and everyone needs a new clutch, right? Thank you for the giveaway!

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  85. I love to bookmark tutorials but most of the time when I make something I just make it up, or base it on something I already have.

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  86. Great fabric! I've been wanting to try this tutorial for awhile now. I want to learn to sew but haven't learned yet. I'm really enjoying knitting. Thanks for the change to win!
    mvlouie99(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  87. Such cute clutches!!! :D

    I love http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/ this is where I learned how to quilt!

    I am having a giveaway too!! Come check it out if you like. http://hendrixville.blogspot.com/

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  88. Oh, oh! So cute ... and my favorite colors :)

    These aren't a project per se, but here's a link to the artsy downloadable/printable holiday tags I used this year for all my handmade gifts: http://www.creaturecomfortsblog.com/home/2009/12/15/free-printable-holiday-tagslabels-by-amy.html

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  89. This is a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

    My favorite new project tutorial is actually in this book I just bought. Its a jewelry making book, and this specific project is a wire, heart necklace.

    kalviene (at) gmail (dot) com

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  90. That clutch is on my list of tutorials to try sometime... sometime :) Here are a few links that I also want to try sometime...

    http://www.thecreativemaven.net/2010/09/childs-visor-beanie.html

    http://2littlehooligans.blogspot.com/2010/10/casserole-carrier-tutorial.html

    http://dollarstorecrafts.com/2009/11/ruffly-umbrella/

    http://www.prudentbaby.com/2010/10/recycled-ruffle-sleeve-bubble-t.html

    http://www.craftstylish.com/item/64549/1-hour-dress

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  91. Love this clutch. I bookmarked a tutorial that looks similar to this during the Handmade Holidays series but never got around to making one for myself. Love the turquoise and rust. Hm... my favorite tutorial? I've been making crayon rolls like mad the week for Christmas presents for little artists. Maybe not my all-time favorite, but I'm sure getting a TON of mileage out of it this year! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    http://www.vanessachristenson.com/2010/05/guest-blogger-lindsey-of-pleated-poppy.html

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  92. I don't have anything wonderful to share really lol. I do want to try this pattern one day but you may not find it interesting:

    http://pursepatterns.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=77&products_id=1303

    Thank you for such a great giveaway! Happy holidays to you and yours! xox

    krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

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  93. So love this pattern...been making a few Christmas gifts...
    http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/07/lickety-split-bag-pattern-pdf.html
    schneider710 at yahoo dot com

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  94. I like that you're giving the #1 commenter a gift too. That's really nice of you!

    I'm in love with Noodlehead tutes too, and have been making a bunch of her Lil Cutie pouches for gifts this year. I've been to scared to try the gathered clutch, but would love to recieve one!

    jshen37 at gmail dot com

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  95. I love the hobo bag tutorial by Dana on the MADE blog!
    it's so easy and fun!

    I think this is a GREAT giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

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  96. These are so cute. I will have to try one.
    My favorite recent project is a wrench roll (similar to a crayon roll) that I made for my hubs for Christmas. Tutorial to be posted after the holiday.

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  97. Loved visiting your blog - your items are beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  98. Cute! And just what I need to tidy up my bag...

    I recently used a doll pattern from Martha Stewart and it turned out so sweet!

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  99. Love this... Joel Dewberry is pretty much my favorite! Your clutch has a much better gather than a similar clutch I tried. Kate
    akmajor(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. The sweat pea pilot cap! from http://sewliberated.typepad.com/sew_liberated/

    dvdenter (at) gci (dot) net

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  101. I like to sew skirts for myself (no pattern in particular) and quilts for friends that I make in a slightly improvisational way...

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  102. I love going to One Pretty Thing each day..I always find something cute!

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  103. I love turquoise! I don't have any projects going on, but I love to shop around Etsy.. such cute/unique things!

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  104. I am biased by I am really happy with my tutorials that I have been making for the Moda Bake Shop. They are here. http://happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html

    I also love your clutch tutorial. A friend used it last year to make teacher gifts for her children's teacher and says it is wonderful!!

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  105. One of my favorite tutorials is the scissor case on Lynette Anderson's website. I add a pair of scissors and have a very cute gift. I am glad to hear the clutch is easy as I plan on making some for my daughter's bridesmaids and was getting nervous about them turning out well. Nice of you to give the first commenter a clutch too. They never do win. Merry CHristmas.

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  106. Love the colors! My current fav tutorial is this one for the infiity scarf: http://www.luvinthemommyhood.com/2010/10/infinity-beyond-scarf-tutorial.html

    I'm making them as christmas gifts for my friends and family.

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  107. My fav project is the buttercup bag.... http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html

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  108. I am a wannabe crafter, and am addicted to watching or looking at tutorials, then getting bummed out that I am such a sewing klutz.
    jhbalvin at gmail dot com

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  109. Sara, this is lovely - what a nice giveaway! My current favorite tutorials are from Prudent Baby. I've made the tea party, crib sheet, changing table cover and have tulle for tutus ready to go.

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  110. I'm lovin the trinket pouches from the sew mama blog!

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  111. I like looking at tutorials but I have to confess, that I've yet to actually make something by following one! Your clutches are so great! leahclaireh(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. I've made a couple of these exact clutches for holiday gifts, but none for me! I love the fabric you chose.

    Noodlehead is hands down my #1 favorite place for tutorials. I've made at least half of them already.

    I also made a couple of these lined boxy pouches for gifts this year: http://prettymodern.typepad.com/its_a_pretty_modern_life/2009/08/zippered-box-pouch-pattern-and-tutorial-fully-lined-with-photos.html

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  113. I've always wanted to try this tutorial. I love your fabric choices!

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  114. oh, I LOVE those! So cute & the fabric is one of my favorite lines.
    my go-to tutorial is the fat quarter tote tutorial at Cicada Daydream:
    http://cicadadaydream.blogspot.com/2009/02/fat-quarter-tote-bag-tutorial.html

    I just made SEVEN for teacher gifts, but may have to try the zipper pouches next year. Zippers are my sewing nemesis.

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  115. I have really curly hair. I want to start making headbands to wear.

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  116. I love this. The fabric is beautiful. One of my favorite places to visit is
    http://mousechirpy-polkadotpineapple.blogspot.com/

    She always has something good to make and show. Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas.

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  117. Not sure what my favorite tutorial is, but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your clutch. Maybe that tutorial will become my fave. :)
    princessleia109(at)hotmail.com

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  118. I have not really used tutorials in a while. I always enjoy looking at them but usually end up with a head full of ideas, which in turn makes me sit and make something of my own.

    I am a homeschooling mother of 4 and have been married to me highschool sweetheart for 17 years...

    Thanks for a chance to win your lovely clutch.
    Sonja
    sonjagreene(at)veryverdant(dot)com

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  119. Adorable!! I love that clutch!

    I haven't made this yet, but I do love this bagsket: http://foofanagle.wordpress.com/2007/06/26/bagsket-tutorial/

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  120. Well of course I have to give ya one of my patterns. I do love it too. http://sneedlemagic.blogspot.com/2009/10/peek-boo-quilt-as-you-go.html
    this is the start and the tutorial is on NOV1 post. I know looking back now I need to get them into one now. ok on the list ot do someday. Thanks for the chance to win the cool clutch. sneedlemagic(at)gmail(dot)com

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  121. I just made this clutch from her tutorial as well- I love it!!!

    the.ant.hil(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. Woot! Woot! Cute loot!
    Your zippered pouch is a giveaway worthy of awesome sauce!
    I love Grand Revival's Practical Bag pattern--it is so stinkin' easy and it's my "go to" for extra, quick gifts! Incidentally, I'm giving one away for SMS giveaway day so head over if you like!
    ♥Duff

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  123. I am a paper addict and font-aholic...too many fave tutes to direct you to..thanks for the chance to win!

    catherine s.
    imaginethatdesign (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  124. I love making a quick quilt such as the five and dime, super easy
    texhelena(at)aol(dot)com

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  125. I've made about 20 gathered clutches from this pattern for xmas gifts! Love the pattern. I love your fabric selection. Another great tutorial is the fabric bucket from the Pink Penguin blog. Super easy and you can make it bigger, change the placement of the handles and you have a bag. I made tons of them last year out of old denim jeans for gifts - very well received.

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  126. Cute, cute! I've been eyeballing that tutorial and have just bought fabric to make one for a friend.

    I don't have any go-to tutorials, though I tend to browse a lot of them for inspiration. I've mostly been playing with quilting lately, so I've been spending lots of time on flickr and looking at quilty blogs.

    Thank you for the awesome giveaway!:)

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  127. I don't have a tutorial for it, but my favorite project lately is drawing on glass ornaments with sharpies! It comes out really bright, shiny and fun!
    cam22190 at gmail

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  128. I love to make cookies. Thanks and Merry Christmas

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  129. Lovely clutches - I'll check out your tutorial. I like this one:
    http://hyena-in-petticoats.blogspot.com/2007/08/cathedral-window-quilt-tutorial.html
    for cathedral windows.
    If you'd like to enter my giveaway as well, I'm giving away fabric coasters and Heather Ross scraps at http://www.etsy.com/shop/ananemone

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  130. I just love bags! Yours are so cute!

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  131. Lovely! My favorite Christmas project this year are these felted sock monkey slippers I made for my family: http://so-simply-stephanie.blogspot.com/2010/12/sock-monkey-slippers.html (my blog post links to the pattern)

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  132. Love those clutches! My favorite tutorial is JCasa's Undaunted Top, but I can't find it anymore! :(

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  133. My new favorite project is making snuggies for babies and children

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  134. Cute clutches and great fabric choice. I marked your blog in my favorites to keep an eye on :).

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  135. i would love one of these!

    i like the free tutorials on oliver + s's website. i also love searching through all the ones on sew mama sew!

    thanks for the chance to win. my email is linked to in my profile!

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  136. I love reading all of the awesome blogs with great tutorials, I keep meaning to save all of the blogs to come back to... but I can't stop looking long enough to make anything.

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  137. Cute clutch! my fav thing right now is Pinterest... not a DIY site, but full of so much inspiration!

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  138. I don't have a fav project! But I love to enjoy the projects others make!

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  139. My favorite tutorial is here!

    http://www.theboytrifecta.com/2010/10/grandview-bag-formerly-known-as-anthro.html

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  140. The most recent tutorial I followed and loved the outcome of:

    http://www.planetjune.com/blog/shrink-plastic-ring-tutorial/

    Shrinky dink rings! So cute, and relatively simple.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win one of your lovely clutches!

    buckeye7081@gmail.com

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  141. Love your fabric choices. Thanks for the chance (and hey, I've won twice as the first comment, and have had one giveaway on my blog go to the first as well, so #1 doesn't always get the shaft!)

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  142. I LOVE the fabrics you use! The blue and orange is gorgeous
    Dkburroughs21@aol.com

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  143. I have been crocheting quite a bit since finals are done, but no sewing. I do love the oliver + s patterns though, but then again, who doesn't!?

    please take a peek at my giveaway, if you get the chance...
    http://crissybell.blogspot.com
    crissybell17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. I especially love sewing and crochet tutorials, but recently have tried some painting too! :)

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  145. I love that clutch tutorial too but I haven't tried it yet. Thank you for the give-away chance and Happy Holidays!

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  146. I made this scarf last week as a gift and I loved the way it came out. I will definitely use this tutorial again.

    http://www.makeit-loveit.com/2010/01/gathered-flannel-scarf.html

    sarasuzannesews[at]gmail[dot]com

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  147. I have that tutorial bookmarked to make as soon as I'm done with Christmas sewing! I would, however, still love to win one. I'm also in love with crazymomquilts' Zig Zag Quilt tutorial. Merry Christmas!

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  148. I am really into things for kids like crayon rolls and such. Prudent Baby has so many cute things for kids. www.prudentbaby.com. Great FREE tutorials.

    mandy(dot)ueda(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. Great giveaway! I don't think I have a favorite project or tutorial, but I always get ideas from One Pretty Thing. Thanks for the chance!

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  150. I made this sweet little guy for my son's 1st birthday. Great project. : )
    http://yoonie-at-home.blogspot.com/2006/10/snoogem-tutorial.html

    espmax(at)gmail(dot)com

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  151. joycemosbyatyahoodotcom

    i love the clutch.

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