Giveaway Day!

To everyone coming here from Sew Mama Sew‘s Giveaway Day, welcome!  I’m excited to have you all visit.  I love to sew and have learned so much from  all the tutorials on SMS’s blog.  In case you’re interested, I keep track of my sewing projects here.

I’m giving away an assortment of Marimekko fabric, which I got from a Crate and Barrel that was moving a few years ago.  They are remnant pieces so the pieces are various sizes.

I’ve made all kinds of fun projects with this fabric, including this crazy hat, this nursing cover (the blue/green one) and this draft snake for our living room.

My current sewing fascination is with sewing clothes for my little girl, who is almost 8 months old.  To enter the giveaway, please tell me your favorite book or website about sewing for little kids.    Giveaway is closed!  And if you don’t sew for little ones, then just tell me your current sewing project.  And if you don’t sew, tell me why you don’t!

The giveaway will close at 8:00 pm EST on Wednesday, May 25th.  At that time, I’ll pick a winner randomly.  Sorry, but I will only be able to ship to a U.S. winner.   Please make sure to leave a valid e-mail address when you comment so I know how to contact you if you win. Friends and family – you’re welcome to enter too!  Good luck and thanks for visiting!

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177 Responses to Giveaway Day!

  1. Ellen says:

    Lovely fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Ellyn Z says:

    love those fabrics! I love to sew for my little niece (sewed for my kids when they were little, but now they are big!). You can check out some of my pattern reviews on my blog

  3. Aunt Zona says:

    Those fabrics look very fun! Right now most of my sewing is to make table centerpieces for my church’s women’s ministry, which is up to 20 tables at this time – lots of turning and hemming! But I also love to make pillows and curtains. Some of that really cute fabric would end up in one of those projects!

  4. Maggie says:

    Love those fabrics! I have not sewn anything for my kids yet…bad mommy! But I am currently making clutches for my girlfriends… Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. Kristin Orth says:

    Ooh, gorgeous! Ok, this isn’t exactly a book or website, but I took an e-course from Whipstitch (store in atlanta, and website) about sewing for kids. It was 5 weeks long, content every day, and I learned soooo much! Thanks for a chance to win!

  6. Kelly Hughes says:

    I havent sewn anything for kids yet! I dont have any! However i am in the process of making cotton collared shirts because i cant find collared shirts i like anymore!

  7. Kelly P says:

    I found this site for some great ideas on how to use upcycled materials to make clothes for my little girl. Hope you like it!

    http://everythingyourmamamade.com/tag/upcycled/

  8. Erin says:

    I always enjoy reading http://thedillspiel.blogspot.com/

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. Morgan says:

    Fun fabrics! I love Ottobre Design magazine. Beautiful European designs for kids. Thank you!

  10. Alice says:

    I tend to sew really simple things for my daughter. I use a lot of simplicity patterns. I really like some of the tutorials on MADE

  11. Maman A Droit says:

    Great fabrics! I love PrudentBaby.com for fun project ideas for sewing for my 1 year-old 🙂

  12. faith says:

    love marimekko. i’m pretty new to sewing clothes for kids, so i usually find books in the library with patterns that i would like to try. i really like the handmade home book by amanda soule and find that i make many bags/pouches for my littles for them to carry all their treasures in. thanks for the chance.

  13. eigenbot says:

    I don’t do much kid sewing, except for baby quilts for my friends who have kiddies. I mostly sew quilts and clothes (for adults)

  14. maryanne says:

    What fun fabrics! I love ikatbag.com for sewing for little girls especially, although she has written about a couple of things that work for boys as well (LiEr has three daughters).

    I would love to win these remnants, thanks for the giveaway!

  15. Samantha says:

    That fabric is beautiful!! Thanks for the chance to win it!! I have boys, so MADE is probably my fave for patterns – they seem to be the only website that really addresses my lack of girl to sew for problem 🙂

  16. Carrie says:

    ooh lovely fabric! I really love Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for Little Ones for cute sewing patterns for my little one 🙂

  17. Chelsea says:

    I love weewonderfuls.typepad.com for making dolls and their wonderful book with soft toy patterns as well.

  18. erica says:

    I don’t have any books on sewing for kids but the new Girls World book looks like it would be a lot of fun.

  19. Libby says:

    First, I really liked your crazy quilt hat! My favorite book is-
    SEwing Clothes Kids love by Nancy Langdon
    I haven’t got to get it yet, but I have looked and looked.
    I had to sell all my fabric and things after the divorce, and I am just now getting to start sewing again!
    Hope you have a great day!

  20. Melissa says:

    beautiful! I love thismamamakesstuff.com

  21. Erin says:

    This is fab-u-lous! I don’t really sew for little kids much, because I don’t have any around me to sew for. I love to sew quilts and random things we need. I just finished cushions for our patio chairs. When I stumble upon them, I tend to think Oliver + S has really cute kids patterns and am pleased to see that they are making adult sized patterns as well.

  22. Deborah says:

    G’Day! I’m here for the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! Please visit me, too:
    http://www.homemakerhoney.com/2011/05/sew-mama-sew-may-giveaway-day-ends-may.html

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    @Homemaker_Honey
    homemakerhoney.com
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

  23. amanda says:

    I love prudentbaby.com so may ideas, links, and inspiration!

  24. Donna Baker says:

    fun fabrics! I don’t sew for little kids – I am working on my 1st quilt right now though! thanks for the chance to win!

  25. Charlotte says:

    Oh, I love Marimekko prints. Oliver and S. patterns are so cute. Thanks for the giveaway!

  26. Jamie says:

    I love the book Carefree Clothes for Girls! Great giveaway.

  27. alison says:

    My current sewing project is a quilt I have been working on for 2 years-and curtains for EVERY window in our new house!!

  28. Lauren says:

    i just bought the ‘little things to sew’ book, its pretty excellent, but so is the star wars craft book…. (i have boys)

  29. J Strizzy says:

    Ooh, Marimekko!

    I love the Oliver + S patterns for kids, but sites like luvinthemommyhood.com are probably more useful – tutorials for basics, drafting your own patterns based on clothes that already fit your kids.

  30. Shelley C says:

    I’m working on a table topper for a friend who gave me a ton of her ‘old’ clothes…such nice professional stuff worth quite a bit it she would have sold them….just want to say thank you in a little way with something she can use.

  31. Kasia says:

    I really like purlbee.com, I’ve made some cute things from the tutorials! Thansk for the chance to win this pretty fabrics!

  32. Stephanie Granite says:

    I’ve been drooling over the new “A Girl’s World” book by Jennifer Paganelli, and I also love both of Alicia Paulsen’s books!

  33. Erin says:

    Those fabrics look so fun. I just finished making a cloth wallet for a male cousin as a graduation gift and I am either going to make another for another cousin or start on presents for the girls. At some point I need to actually try out some clothing patterns for me too! Too many gifts, so little time.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    crazyncrafty (at) gmail (dot) com

  34. aelysium says:

    I really like dana-made-it.com, and makeit-loveit.com. They are great blogs with lots of fun ideas for kids clothes.
    thanks for the great giveaway! Love all of those fabrics!

  35. Pamela S. says:

    Hmmm…my “little ones” are 21 and 23 and I don’t have any grandchildren yet, so I can’t help you there! But to answer you other question…I am on a big bag kick. Clutches, shoulder bags, totes, etc., I love them all! Thank you for the chance to win some lovely fabric!

  36. Evan Becky says:

    My current sewing project is a duffel bag made with home decor weight fabric and beefed up with some fusible fleece. It’s my biggest undertaking thus far!

  37. What great fabrics! I do not sew for little kids — just do not have any more little ones in the family! I do love to sew quilts, and also small (non-clothing) gift items.

  38. Skooks says:

    Made has a lot of great ideas . . . especially when she does tutorial roundups!

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

  39. Elizabeth says:

    I second the ikatbag.blogspot.com recommendation. As far as patterns, I love Oliver+S, and my favorite tool? My gathering foot for making lots of twirly skirts.

    thecurryseven at sbcglobal dot net

  40. bonnie says:

    I am working on quilting 8 charity quilts, then on to the two for my daughters, and I have two grand children who lost everything when their house burnt down, I am making them new quilts…

  41. Joy says:

    I just tucked my sewing machine away because I’m between projects and my son likes to attack it. I’d LOVE to sew a couple of pillowcase dresses and I have a fantastic wall hanging that I’m sort-of designing in my head.

  42. Check out Whimsy Couture on etsy, lots of great patterns for kiddos! 🙂

    Thanks for the fun and happy sewing!

  43. Limor says:

    I love indie tutes. She’s always got great ideas for kids.

    limor477 at aol dot com

  44. Tina C. says:

    OMG i LOVE marimekko. it was all i could do not to go broke in her shop when i went to finland. i’ve seen the shop in DC but am afraid to go in it. why so expensive, mari???

    anyway, i like the ikatbag.com for kid’s clothes. her directions are for any size, so i can make a skirt for myself too!!

    i’m in baltimore too so i could do a porch pick-up.

  45. Deb says:

    Cute fabrics; and you’re in Baltimore, YAY!!! I live in Baltimore, too!!!!!! I have found a few super duper easy patterns for my daughter in a book titled Weekend Sewing (which I borrow for weeks on end from the library). I have a few other books that I’m working through, but the easiest and fastest ones have come from Weekend Sewing. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  46. Becky Shanks says:

    I love Prudent Baby and Made by Rae for little girly patterns.

  47. Colleen says:

    Currently sewing simple Yoga Skirts for my 2 girls…actually much quicker than threading the elastic waistband…Cotton or Stretch Jersey for the skirts and ribbed cotton jersey for the waist and a good serger is all that’s needed 🙂

  48. Cherie says:

    One yard wonders has some great ideas.

  49. Jillian McGregor says:

    danamade it .com! made has boy clothes too!!

  50. Jenna H. says:

    I have made a few burp cloths and bibs but that is about the extent of my baby sewing :-). Thanks for the giveaway!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

  51. Antonia says:

    My current sewing project, aside from a bunch of mending, is to copy my favorite shirt to wear for the summer 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  52. Beeps says:

    Hey you’re in the Baltimore area. So am I!! Thanks for your generous giveaway 🙂 Unfortunately I don’t have kids or favorite sites about kids, but nonetheless, I wanted to stop by and say “hi” to my neighbor!

  53. Marilyn says:

    I loved the Butterick patterns that had patterns for a little girl and her Cabbage Patch doll. So glad my gd is finally old enough to dress her dolls. Love Merimekko – you really got a find there!!!

  54. pianomama says:

    Right now I’m loving the Stash book “Little Girls Big Style” – very fun stuff in there!

  55. donnadb says:

    Best prize ever! Seriously want. Hoping to be lucky. I have kids but as a new sewer, haven’t made them anything … well, a crochet hook roll for my precocious knitting-and-crocheting 6-year-old daughter.

  56. moira says:

    I haven’t sewn for kids, but my current project is quilted journal covers. I am obsessed with art journals so it’s fun to work with fabric to create my own books!

  57. BA says:

    No kids in my life yet! Currently working on my first hexagon quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

  58. mindie says:

    I am currently sewing a quilt top for my girl’s room. It is in nauseating pink and gorgeous green (she chose the colors…I really think they are named that…) I wish I could sew cute baby clothes instead but alas, not a baby around.

  59. Miss Mary says:

    Typically I don’t sew for little ones unless I have a shower to attend… in which case, quilted bibs are my go-to gift, or maybe an upcycled softie from a well-loved t shirt 🙂

  60. johnkarinkw says:

    I love the tutorials on Prudent Baby.

  61. Annmarie says:

    I don’t have any little children to sew clothes for but I am currently working on a baby quilt for a new great niece. Using some Little Blessings fabric I had in my stash & one of their patterns from a quilting magazine – sorry, don’t know which one.

  62. Jerree says:

    I’m planning several quilts and these fabrics would be great!

  63. Shelley says:

    THanks for the chance to win. With a 6month old daughter I am just entering the world of sewing for children . The Anna Maria Horner book had some great patterns we used. That would be my favorite so far.
    shelleylynnvogelatgmaildotcom

  64. Ninu says:

    I am just a beginner in sewing! I sew pillows and love to sew mostly for home!
    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  65. Katie says:

    I’ve made a few things from the PrudentBaby.com website and loved them.

  66. alexis says:

    I just started a blue and brown baby quilt with an undersea theme for my high school roommates second child.

  67. I love the book “Little Girls, Big Style” by MAry Abreu. It has just a few basic patterns, but then she shows you how to change them and make an entire wardrobe. I bought it with a 40% coupon at Joann’s!! Great book.

  68. LisaT says:

    I currently have several large quilts in the making – Ive had to put away 2 for a special 3rd one!

  69. Lara says:

    I’ve been using Lotta Jansdotter’s book a lot to whip up cute little pants for my daughter!

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  71. Mom C says:

    I currently trying to finish costumes for the Utah Shakespear Festival. I can’t believe I’m taking the time to visit all these giveaway blogs instead of sewing! But it is a lot of fun. Thanks for the opportunity.
    bc(underscore)hats(at)hotmail(dot)com

  72. sentmans says:

    My favorite is to make amigurumi robots for my kids! They love them! As for sewing, I love to make skirts for my girls and art totes for all my kids. For those, I use tutorials online! Thanks for the giveaway!

  73. Catherine says:

    I love the Prudent Baby, Made, and Made by Rae websites… and the Amanda Soule books.

  74. KT says:

    I don’t really make clothes for my kids (other than the occasional costume), but I am currently working on making quilts for every bed in the house. Thanks for the chance to win!

  75. stephanie says:

    No favorites here, I just google to find what I need.

  76. Victoria says:

    I love Liesel Gibson’s new book “Simple Little Things” and I can’t wait to see “Girl’s World” by Jennifer Paganelli.

  77. Fran says:

    Beautiful fabrics….I have always loved their designs…
    a classic company ! I make quilts for children….as
    baby gifts. I have quite a few quilt books for baby
    quilts but mostly I improvise.
    Thanks for sharing !

  78. Chiska says:

    I love Oliver+s for sewing, but I’m pretty new to sewing kids clothes.

  79. Christie S. says:

    I don’t have any little ones to sew for. Maybe some day I’ll be a Grandma. Right now I’m making fabric tote bags to use as shopping bags.

  80. amorette says:

    little stitches for little ones by amy butler- most of the clothes are for girls, and very cute! i made the changing pad, and loved using it for my little one!

    asdrexler at gmail dot com

  81. Megan says:

    Oh I love Marimekko fabrics! I don’t have any little ones to sew for, but I did just make a cute skirt/dress thing for my friend’s 10 month old little girl (from here: http://www.mesewcrazy.com/2011/03/jump-starting-madelines-spring.html). Mostly I sew things for my friends and family — I’m finishing up an iPad sleeve for my mom!

  82. rose says:

    I don’t have a book or website, but I love to make kids balnkets & stuff. I make dolly clothes too.

    Your baby & cousin remind me of the bald cuteness of my kids & nieces & nephews! LOL

    RP from BBC {at} gmail {dot} com

  83. Alicia says:

    I am currently making a doll from Wee Wonderful! I think they have the cutest softies. I think if I had some more kids to sew for, I would love the softies from Melly and ME.

  84. Jen B says:

    I like Made by Rae (especially since I have a boy and she co-hosts Celebrate the Boy Month!) http://www.made-by-rae.com/
    jenb0799 (at) gmail (dot) com

  85. Linda says:

    Hello, Right now I’m in the middle of sewing up some sun bonnets for a soon to be born baby girl. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

  86. amy says:

    I don’t have a favorite but I am right now making a Sweet Little Dress by Leila and Ben. Thanks.

  87. Rae says:

    I am new to sewing (3 weeks in) and I have taken up my curtains and made one blanket. I am working up. 🙂 One day I will do clothes.

  88. June says:

    Oh you should totally check out Elsie Marley’s site (elsiemarley.com) – she just wrapped up Kids Clothing Week – there would be TONS of links and ideas in there for you!

  89. This is my favorite blog for sewing and crafting with/for kids: http://www.ikatbag.com/ This blogger is AMAZING–I want to be her!!

  90. Amber Murray says:

    I only make quilts. thanks for the giveaway

  91. Penny G says:

    My last sewing project was cute little peplum tops from a book my daughter gave me and I can’t find it now. My latest project is preparing to quilt a king sized quilt. Thanks for participating in the SMS Giveaway Day. pennyguglie@aol.com

  92. Barbara says:

    I’m looking to make a nice first doll for my daughter, Wee wonderful patterns I think are in my future. I think the Oliver & S book might be worth checking out too.
    Thanks for the chance to win
    jbsvederus(at)gmail(dot)com

  93. fern says:

    my favourite site for kids clothing…I have two that I’m checking regularly: http://www.made-by-rae.com and I love the little girl stuff here: http://sewingin-nomansland.blogspot.com

  94. Marci Girl says:

    I don’t know any books or sewing website for kids, sorry! I have a little boy, but don’t sew much for him…yet to find patterns for him that I like!

    I sew everything under the sun, clothes, handbags, curtains…you name it, I’ve probably done it!

    Lovely giveaway!

  95. Laura says:

    I haven’t sewn anything but quilts although I’d love to start! I love to get patterns for baby quilts off the moda bake shop because all their patterns use precuts which are a big time saver and they are free!

  96. Jackie W. says:

    I haven’t sewn much fro my little girl, but have just started sewing pillowcase dresses for her and then adding tulle to make it a tutu dress. here is a link to a great video about sewing a tutu.

  97. jennifer H says:

    I like to sew littlelizardking patterns 🙂 she has a facebook page 😀 her patterns for little ones are too cute 😀

    Jenny

  98. Nichole says:

    I haven’t sewn for any little ones ( unless you include a Bob the Builder pillow :)) so my current project is a pretty and feminine floral skirt for myself…it’s finally getting nice enough to wear ! Thanks for the giveaway !

  99. Binks says:

    hehe… i giggle when I saw the baby pictures. How are baby smiles and giggle contagious even over pictures?!?

  100. Robyn says:

    I am currently making a quilt from a UFO of my grandma’s. I inherited all of her quilting and sewing supplies. Thanks for the giveaway!

  101. radiya says:

    i like little stitches for little ones

    thanks for the giveaway

    radiyas(at)gmail(dot)com

  102. danette k ottosen says:

    I really like this blog. I think you will too.
    http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com/

  103. Katie says:

    Prudent Baby is a good site.

  104. Pat V. says:

    My little ones are now 24 and 29 years old. But I am sewing quilts for both of them for Christmas (shhh, it’s a surprise!)

  105. Natalie J says:

    My favorite site is a blog – http://somethingsewspecial.blogspot.com/ The author has special needs children and has also put together a ton of wonderful tutorials for sewing and other crafts.

  106. Jenilyn says:

    Great Giveaway! I do some sewing tutorials on my blog http://www.gritsandgiggles.blogspot.com. I get some inspiration from the blog http://www.ohsohappytogether.blogspot.com.

  107. I do not have a little kid so I probably can’t be a ton of help, but the one yard wonders book does have a nice section on kids stuff that I would totally be into if I had a little one.

  108. Viki says:

    I love to make dolls. That is pretty much it for my sewing. LOL People clothes take to much perfection for my tastes. I haven’t gotten one right yet. Sigh.

  109. Rachel D says:

    I don’t have kids so I’ll tell you my current project – a lap quilt for my grandmother, which I hope to hand deliver tomorrow (if I can get off the computer!)

  110. Jenny says:

    I made the faux chenille blanket here, http://www.aestheticnest.com, she also has some other cute tutorials 🙂

  111. Rachael says:

    Love this fabric! My favorite places for inspiration are iamalongfortheride.blogspot.com and oneprettything.com 🙂

  112. cheri says:

    Hyenacart.com! Yeah, not really quite sewing, but it is all about hand crafted and sewn objects for kids, and especially the cloth diapering set. 🙂

  113. Anna McD says:

    Thanks for a chance to win! I like mama made it.

  114. Phoebe says:

    gorgeous fabric.

  115. Valerie says:

    I’m just starting to sew for my 2-year-old, but I love the Oliver + S patterns, and I’m sure their book is wonderful, too.

  116. domestic diva says:

    I’ve only made up my own patterns for kids (so far only made soft blocks), but I got some great suggestions by browsing your comments!

    Thanks for the chance.

  117. Thank you for the great giveaway.
    atchisonsteph at gmail dot com
    I live most of the time in Canada, but also have a residence in the states, so I hope you can include me in the giveaway.

  118. I’m a quilter, and don’t really sew clothes, but recently, I’ve gotten interested in sewing for my niece. I’ve made her a pleated drop-waist skirt (really, Erin, for your first project!?! What were you thinking!?!) and a nightie/sundress. I don’t have a favorite book or website – when I see something I like that seems do-able, I jump right in.

  119. tolmema says:

    i have picked up a few patterns from prudent baby and angry chicken…the rest i have come up with on my own! 🙂

    what cute fabric!! thanks for a chance to win some great stuff!

  120. Jenny Scott says:

    Fun fabrics! I like to use tutorials for sewing for my kids from MADE, Dana makes such cute stuff! Thanks for the chance to win!
    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

  121. ohangelina says:

    nature baby !!! thank you!

  122. Kathy says:

    I like those fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win. My favorite quilt books for kids were the Quilter’s Ark book (paper piecing animals – I made a bed quilt for my son) and the Block Magic books (I made another quilt for my second son).

  123. Jen says:

    Oh my gosh. Your baby is adorable! What a cutie! I don’t sew baby clothes but I love to make quilts. Thanks for the giveaway, I would love to play with those fabrics!

  124. Ramona says:

    I am currently sewing a quilt for my friend’s baby. I use to make my kids clothes years ago but not any more. Lots of beautiful fabric there.

  125. Lauria says:

    I don’t have kids to sew for. Currently I’m working on a crochet hook roll for a friend. (though I love it so much I want to steal it!!)

    Lovely fabric. Thanks for the giveaway…

    cece_lt789 (at) Yahoo (dot) com

  126. Serena says:

    I am very partial to sensibility.com’s Girls’ Pinafore and Pantaloons pattern (and, really, and of their Girls’ dress patterns) because it’s so versatile. I widen the legs on the pantaloons for bloomers, and the pinafore has saved many an outfit. And then there’s Oliver + S. How can one not love their patterns?

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway!

  127. Valerie says:

    I usually buy patterns at Joanns when they have them for $1 ea. Sewing for babies/small children is fun! So much easier than adult clothes. 🙂

  128. Kristie says:

    Most of what I’ve made for my kids comes from tutorials by Dana of Made. I just got Liesl Gibsons new book though, so some more kids’ items may be in my future. kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  129. 64colorbox says:

    I am currently working on a dress for my brother’s wedding in July.

    anna [at] 64colorbox [dot] com

  130. Shana Putnam says:

    I love to sew NICU blankets.

  131. ElfRenee says:

    My last sewing project was an elf costume. I can’t figure out what project I want to do next! It’s overwhelming.

  132. lorraine says:

    i dont have children..so i dont know..thanks for the giveaway would still love to win

  133. krissa says:

    I love Made. Dana has great ideas!

  134. Em Komiskey says:

    I got the book “little girls big style” for christmas and it’s great. though, it’s more for bigger little girls rather than baby little girls.

  135. Sarah says:

    I love sewing for my little kiddos, especially little toys and such. I also am a sucker for Dana Made it! I guess we all are…

  136. Taleah says:

    My daughter is just 5mo and I’m learning to sew, so I foresee a lot of kid’s projects in the future!

  137. Andreina says:

    I love reading Prudent Baby!

  138. Liz says:

    I am currently working on my first quilt – a Mixtape quilt!

  139. Suzy says:

    I am currently working on charity blocks..

  140. Leigh says:

    I haven’t tried many books, but my favorite pattern line for little girls is Modkid Patterns. The instructions are great, the clothes are SO cute, and they sew up relatively fast!

  141. I haven’t sewn any clothes for kids yet, but I am trying to work up the courage to give it a shot! 🙂

  142. Anne says:

    The best for site children’s clothing: http://www.oliverands.com/

  143. Alli says:

    My current project is a quilt for my husband’s grandma. I only sew quilts for kids. :] Thanks for the giveaway!

  144. Lyanna L says:

    What a fun giveaway! I don’t sew for kids but I am currently working on a twin quilt for my bed.

    Lyanna

    lyannab(at)gmail(dot)com

  145. If you have a little girl, then you’ve got to check out Jessica’s site at Craftiness is Not Optional. She has great tutorials on cute little girl stuff.

    addyforrest(at)gmail(dot)com

  146. lorraine says:

    i dont have children so im not sure..would still love a chance to win!

  147. Jenny says:

    i don’t sew for children…yet. my current project is a basket quilt for myself. me! wow…something for me! im inspired by Gwen Marston to make a very colorful, very ME quilt! thanks for a chance at your fabrics.

  148. ashley says:

    I really love oliver + s little things to sew. So easy and so very cute!
    rascarborough (at) gmail (dot) com

  149. Tia says:

    I like Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for Little Ones… or the blog makeit-loveit.com
    Thanks!

  150. Delaina says:

    Pretty fabrics! I don’t sew for kids, but currently I’m working on a messenger bag!

  151. Cricket says:

    I love Sewing Clothes Kids Love, a couple people have already mentioned that. I also love Farbenmix, but don’t expect a lot of instruction. Sounds like you know what you’re doing, though. And of course Oliver and S.

    I had forgotten the Crate and Barrel outlet used to have Marimekko scraps. I have a few I got at a church rummage sale recently. They’re so dear it’s hard to know what to use them for.

  152. Crystal says:

    I had no idea that there was tips or whatnot out there!!! I have taught my little one how to sew, just patience!!!!

  153. Sandi P. says:

    I am currently finishing up a quilt for my “little one” who is 22 and in college 6 hours away. I hope it reminds him that his momma loves him. Thanks for a chance to win those nice fabrics.

  154. Callie says:

    I’m brand new to sewing and loving it so much. My current project is a baby quilt for my godson. I would love to build my stash b/c right now I have to buy fabric and thread and everything for each and every project.

    Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    catherine(dot)alley(at)gmail(dot)com

  155. Steph says:

    My favorite book is Anna Maria Horner’s Handmade Beginnings. I actually bought it and I never buy books! The quick change trousers pattern is my favorite.
    stephkucera (at) hotmail (dot) com

  156. Carrie says:

    I’m just starting to sew and I’m starting with making clothes for my two little girls. I don’t have any books yet, but I’m loving all the great internet tutorials.

  157. Liz Mouse says:

    I love the tutorials on prudentbaby.com. You can also check out what I make for my two little girls on http://www.mommysaidsew.com. My new favorite thing is upcycled t-shirt dresses. So easy and comfy for little ones!

    liz at mommysaidsew dot com

  158. Cindy says:

    I don’t have any little ones…my current project is a wrap skirt for me!

  159. Melissa says:

    I lovae the tutorials on http://www.prudentbaby.com. Thanks for the giveaway!
    bodylovesoaps @ gmail.com

  160. Jenelle says:

    I really love Oliver + S patterns, but I don’t have a lot of little ones to sew for. I am currently working on making a couple items for my summer wardrobe. Thanks for the chance to win!

  161. christine says:

    i am really liking those fabrics! happy to have found your blog!
    http://lulobird.blogspot.com

  162. Valerie says:

    Little Girls, Big Style. And Sew Tina. So many cute things out there! THanks for the chance to win!

  163. Eileen says:

    Very pretty fabric selection! I sew for friends’ children, and I just got Meg McElwee’s Growing up Sew Liberated. Very fun book.

  164. Sandy says:

    Amy Butler has a lot of cute ideas in Little Stitches for Little Ones. Thanks for the giveaway!

  165. Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for Little Ones. ANYTHING by Amy Butler is always a winner in my book. I just got a new niece (I say that as if I purchased her at a store or something) and am looking forward to using books like that for her.

  166. Audrey says:

    I love Oliver S patterns and luvinthemummyhood. I also like Anna Maria Horner’s book for little ones. I love sewing dresses for my daughter! So much fun!

  167. Lisa P says:

    Lovely fabrics! I am enjoying Sewing Clothes Kids Love.

  168. Amanda says:

    I like Made and Prudent baby 🙂

  169. Colleen says:

    I love Oliver & S patterns. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!!

  170. edamommy says:

    I’m looking forward to getting back into the sewing swing of things – we’ve been in the process of rearranging the house, so to speak, and my poor sewing machine is sitting being dusty. Good, though, as I have time to get it refurbished a bit – it belonged to my Grandmother. Oliver S and Anna Maria Horner’s stuff are also some of *my* favorites, Ms. Audrey. ^_-

  171. Mary says:

    Since you have a little girl, I’ll recommend Girl’s World by Jennifer Paganelli (which we happen to be giving away as part of SMS giveaways on my blog at http://www.craftbuds.com!).

  172. Stephanie G. says:

    I’m really enjoying the Lisette Patterns from Simplicity. Lovely giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

  173. I love prudent baby for sewing for kids.

  174. am12pm (Melissa) says:

    I love the inspiration I get for kids stuff at Dana Made It!

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

  175. joanne says:

    made by prudent baby is one of my faves

  176. Tamara says:

    Prudent baby is great!

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