Blog Hop Giveaway

This giveaway has now closed. The winner will be drawn later today, 27th November 2013.

The Quilting Gallery is hosting a blog hop party with giveaways to celebrate giving thanks and I am joining in the fun and celebrations.

Blog Hop Party with Give-AwaysWelcome back to my regular followers and hello to all of you who are visiting for the first to me as part of the blog hop. I’ll keep this short and sweet because I am sure most of you will want to keep on hopping.

Today I’m giving away a rainbow scrap pack of Liberty Lawn Fabrics that comes from Very Berry Fabrics. LLSPLLrainbowI am sewing a lot with Liberty Lawn at the moment and, as I just love using these scrap packs, I thought I would give away one from my stash so that one of you can also discover how wonderful they are to work with. There is such a great variety of fabrics in these packs, perfect for the projects I have been working on such as my English garden cushion.

EGcushionTo enter the giveaway simply leave a comment below telling me what you would use this scrap pack for. Followers of my blog, or it’s facebook page, get a second entry. Just leave a second comment telling me how you follow me.

The giveaway is open till November 26th and International entries are welcome. The winner will be chosen via random.org and will be contacted by email.

To return to the blog hop party and the list of participating blogs just click on the logo below.

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

217 thoughts on “Blog Hop Giveaway

  1. What a lovely blog you have! I’m so glad that I discovered it through this hop. I love your bags! Thanks so much for sharing. I’m making a memory quilt about my grandmother, who loved to garden. I would use the fabric to make hexagon flowers.

  2. Oh ooh! Ok, I don’t know exactly what I’d use it for, I have a yard and a half of liberty I’ve been saving for a shirt, but also several scrap packs have been hanging out in my etsy cart waiting for me to get up the nerve to figure out what to do with them!

  3. I haven’t used Liberty fabrics before, but have always wanted to. I would use them to make a pillow cover in my living room so that everyone could enjoy that lovely fabric.

  4. I’ve never sewn with lawn fabric before, but think it would make lovely fabric flowers to trim a shirt or bag with. Many thanks for sharing.

  5. Hi Paula, I’ve seen your work on Flickr and am really a fan of what you make. I think I would use these fabrics for my first ever hexie project 🙂 Thanks for the chance!

  6. I would work on some place mats for my mom. I am currently working on some Christmas place mats for her, but would love to make some with this fabric as well.

  7. Your website is new to me. Love your work…I will be a follower from now via Bloglovin. I am Tammy from South Carolina, USA. I am thinking those fabrics would make a super crazy quilt type purse for my Mom with Maybe some Heavier type fabric also so the bag would be sturdy….and beautiful….These are just beautiful. Thank you for the chance to enter the giveaway. conn_and_vans_mom atyahoodotcom

  8. I am a new follower of your blog via Bloglovin and I am also following your Facebook page now too. conn_and_vans_mom atyahoodotcom

  9. First, I feel like I’m on an exotic trip with the Blog Hop visiting foreign countries around the world! I would make a tote with these lovely fabrics.

  10. Thanks for the chance to win, I am a follower via bloglovin and would love the fabric to make a table runner for my new dining room table

  11. I’m not sure what I would use them for. Most of the time, I need to see the fabric to know how I am going to use it. Could be a clutch, could be a pillow. Hopefully I will get the chance to find out! Thanks for the great giveaway.

  12. I would like to make a wall hanging with applique or with your flowers. The material is beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway.

  13. I’m not sure what I’d make with such amazing fabric. I’d have to give it a lot of serious thought. But I do know that it would involve EPP. That would give me plenty of opportunity to touch the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. I’ve been cutting squares of floral fabrics and still need at least another 100. half of the block is florals and the other half of the block is greens. the blocks will have the effect of a log cabin so can be put together in any number of ways.

  15. Great fabric! I am Dutch and there are not many shops here, so i love the blogs also to see the different fabrics. Thanks for the chance.

  16. Hi and thank you for a lovely give away! Those are beautiful and very special fabrics! I would need to think carefully how to use them but it would be a pillow or a wall quilt to see them often! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

  17. Those are very beautiful fabrics. I am between sewing machines right now. (One total broke and not worth fixing and one in the shop), so I am not thinking about new projects at this time.

  18. I saw the cutest frame purse made with something similar. It is on my to do list and I don’t have any fabric to use. This would be perfect. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

  19. I have been wanting to start a scrappy English Paper Piecing project but being a new quilter I don’t have many scraps yet. This pack would be a wonderful start. Your Garden pillow is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing!

  20. I’ve been enjoying making pillows for Christmas gifts so I’d be using these Liberty Lawns for a pillow for myself! I have never sewn with them but always read about how lovely they are to work with. Thank you!

    I’m most intrigued by the idea of winning something from Switzerland which was the home of my great-grandfather. I’m so pleased to find your blog.

  21. a new pen-case or whatever you call those roll up things with little sleeves for your pens .. I need one especially for the fountain pens .. they are a bit thick and rarely fit in the ready made ones .. and my old one is coming apart ..

  22. I’m not usually a floral person, but I love the way you have offset them with the black smashing. I would definitely use that technique with these fabrics.

  23. Thanks so much for sharing. Gorgeous prints. I have never tried Liberty Lawn fabrics yet, but they look like they would be awesome as a pillow cover or runner.

  24. What a beautiful array of fabrics. I think perhaps some could be used in a bag with others going into a lap quilt. Just gorgeous colors.

  25. I have discovered how much I like making scrap quilts, so I’m sure I could use those gorgeous fabrics in one of them. And I love that pillow! Thanks for the giveaway.

  26. Seeing your table runner with the hexagons I admired prior to seeing the prize. I love doing paper piecing. At the moment I am making Grandma`s Garden Queen size. this time table runner will do. Thank you for a chance to win. HAPPY QUILTING:)

  27. I would continue a quilt I’ve been working on for years. It’s a sweetheart quilt design by my great great grandmother. every heart has to be a different fabric. I would love to have fabrics in it from overseas.
    ps I’m following through Bloglovin

  28. Those fabrics are gorgeous. I’d have to think about what I’d like to make with them, maybe a cover for my sewing machine, or a table runner, or small wall hanging. I’d like to use them in something I’d be able to see a lot. Thanks for this opportunity.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

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