Monday, May 23, 2011

Giveaway Day!

The giveaway is closed! I will be emailing the winner this morning! Thanks for all the visits and a few new followers!

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Last time around I didn't really know what Giveaway Day was, but I do now! I didn't win anything last time, but I discovered a bunch of great blogs that I still follow. I didn't want to miss the chance to participate this time! I'm going to give away 2 things. First,


The Pleated Purse.

The outside is duckcloth and the inside is broadcloth. It is approximately 14 inches wide and 12 inches long. It's a very room purse. I carried another one I made, and it was the perfect size.




There are divided pockets on each side.

I'm also giving away this yarn. It was supposed to be for scarves for my kids, one boy and one girl. My daughter loves stuff like that. However, my skills are a little bit lacking, and I couldn't use this. Maybe you can.

I will randomly chose two winners on the evening of the 25th. I will ship internationally. I would love to have more followers, but I hate those kind of giveaways. Just leave an interesting comment...what would you make, what you've won before, what you had for dinner. I have a number in my head and if I get that many followers, I'll also give away some fabric. Please be sure that your email is available in your profile or leave it in your comment.
Definitely go check out the rest of the giveaways at Sew, Mama, Sew!





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Ms Muffin said...

I think I would use the yarn for some scarfs. I love them. Or make a warm poncho for fall for my boy ...
:-)
Or socks! :-)

Thanks for the chance to win!
You are welcome to enter my giveaway, too. You can win a set of costum-made buttons! :-)

ulli-xox [at] web [dot] de

Amanda Pedro said...

Nice bag! I would try Tunsian Crochet with the yarn. Haven't done it with a mixed colour yarn before.
thanks for sharing

AMKreations said...

I won a $50 shopping spree at the Fat quarter shop...that was a shocking win! =)

thanks for a lovely giveaway!

TiTi said...

I love the purse!
Yesterday I had spinach for dinner.

ilsebols at gmail dot com

Lee said...

Your purse you made is lovely! Fresh asparagus is in season here in MI so we had that roasted ! yum! thank you for the giveaway. I enjoyed reading your blog.

kt said...

Great purse! Love the yarn too--I have a bunch of projects I'd like to make with that--I'm currently finishing up a pair of socks. Thanks for the chance to win!

btsoi. said...

I love love love the pleated purse! And I don't knit but my mom does and she's always looking for a new project. Thanks for the chance!

Vicki said...

these are both fabulous prizes! I'm an obsessive knitter and crocheter and would love to put that yarn to good use!

Sangeetha said...

thanks for the giveaway - the bag looks awesome

gill said...

Great bag!
I won some Sherbert Pips charms recently! My first SP!

~Carla~ said...

Beautiful prizes!! :) the bag would come in so handy! Love it!!

hollyctr said...

I would make dish towels. Lame right? I love them!!!

{eleise} said...

i think i would whip up some cute hats with this yarn!

Katie said...

I didn't sign up for the last Giveaway Day in time but I did join some and won this: http://curatingcuteness.com/2011/03/mail-day-6/

I was never good at giveaways but I've won more than a couple in the last year! :) I hope you win something this time round, too.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Andreina said...

would give the yarn to my mom to make me some scarfs! My skills are lacking too ;)

Laura said...

so generous! Thanks for sharing!!

Wrongtree09 said...

My daughter loves butterflies and purses, this is right up her alley. Lovely! I would actually make scarves, I think, for DD and DS.

Jingle said...

I had Lucky Charms for dinner last night! HA! For reals. LOL! Thanks for a great giveaway! jinglesells at gmail dot com

OhioMomPatriot said...

I would like to let my teenage DD work with the yarn. She is starting to really like crafting and it is time we can spend together. I am following you because I like your honesty about it...LOL!

Dulce said...

I love both prizes! The purse is so cute and that yarn can become anything! I would probably make a scarf since I am still learning :D

Christie S. said...

Love your butterfly bag. The garden is starting to produce. We have a big leafy salad with peas and brocolli thrown in. Delicious.

Kim said...

The bag is beautiful. I would definitely make some socks with the yarn.

jamestownboys said...

Both are great prizes!!!
I love the fabrics you chose for the bag. really cute!!!

Amy said...

The bag is beautiful. Ok I have the day off of work today and am making NY strips for dinner. Which reminds me...they need to come out of the freezer..oops.

T-Bryd said...

that bag is beautiful and i love the butterflies inside the bag

Annie said...

I think that purse is wonderful, and would go beautifully with a new skirt I just bought! i love the pattern. Thanks for the great giveaway!!!

Lisa said...

very nice bag! and i will give the yarn a good home...i hope...i am learning to knit ..i can crochet circles around knitting but i try.

Sherry said...

very cute bag

Stephanie Granite said...

I love the butterfly bag. I have a friend who adores butterflies who will be having her first baby soon and I'd probably gift the bag to her if I won, but I'd probably have a very difficult time parting with it!

Irina said...

what a lovely bag! thanks for the chance. I'll become your follower, I'm enjoying finding new blogs.

Jessica said...

Love the bag! I don't even have a real purse at the moment, isn't that sad? I'm stuck between diaper bag/random large beach tote doubling as a diaper bag. Thanks for the chance!

Tina said...

gorgeous bag!! i'm not a knitter, but i have a few friends that are.

Amber H. said...

I will probably use the yarn for making hats for my daughters, and a little sweater for my baby boy with a matching hat!

If I win the bag, I would of course use it as a purse!

Desiree said...

Last night we had hamburgers that were made on the grill. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail.com

Ladybug said...

Love the bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jenica said...
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Jenica said...

Pretty, I crochet a lot so who knows what I'd make with it - maybe a sweater?

jenicagirl at yahoo dot com

brandi said...

adorable bag!! i would rock that thing all over town!! and the yarn would be lovingly given to my knitty friends because i just can't seem to make the time to knit!!

Lisa said...

I would make some scarves with yarn. I did win one thing last year, and hope to win again!

Sarah said...

Beautiful purse. If I won, I would try to turn it into a camera bag. :)

The Monkey's Mama said...

i've not won before, but this bag is BEAUTIFUL. For dinner last night we cooked steaks and watched Black Swan. Holybejeezus it was wierd as heck. and if you havne't seen it, dont plan on eating while you are watching it. the nail file... oh my.

Katrina said...

I Love your prizes!

I like eating pizza for dinner :)

Leanne said...

I love recycling. If you visit my blog you'll see what I made from chocolate trays. Love the yarn you have here.

Michelle said...

Love the bag! as for the yarn I would make a headbands or fingerless gloves/scarf or leg warmers. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Martina said...

I love this bag! Thanks so much for the give away! The yarn is lovely too and I think i would use it for grannyflowers!

Phoenix Peacock said...

Im not very yarn-capable either. I would try a yarn wreath though. Maybe an 4th of July one with the red, white, and blue.

I LOVE the purse. its stuning!

And I'm really not so interesting. but I just graduated as an art therapist, so that is exciting!
What a great give away. I'd be honored to win!

Phoenixpeacock(at)gmail(dot)com

Robyn said...

Cute purse! That yarn would be good for summer baby hats too... I seem to know a lot of babies this year!!

Leah said...

Love the bag. Thanks so much.
lbroadstreet@tds.net

Malinda said...

oh that bag is lovely!

Chiska said...

My little yellow loving girl is having a birthday in a couple of weeks. That bag would be perfect.

Elke said...

Your prizes are wonderful. I would love to get the yarn, because I can´t do my favourite crafting - sewing - in the holidays, because my sewing machine is too heavy. But I would love to knit something with the wool.

Lisa said...

Great give away!! I'd love the yarn and the bag!

~Lisa

Mary said...

I would love to use those fabrics to make a bag or a pin cushion or something!

Mary
http://www.quiltgenius.com

Laura Beech said...

That is a great bag and just what I need. About to get to some poking around. Here I go...

alittleteteatete said...

Lovely bag!!!! I'd love one for spring!

lisagoneaussie (at) gmail.com

Ana e os Vira Ventos said...

I have never won anything before, so I am hoping to have some luck this time!
Ana
anaeosviraventos@gmail.com

Stephanie said...

What a wonderful giveaway. I would love to be a part of it. Thank you. atchisonsteph at gmail dot com. I am not sure what I would make with the yarn but I have a number of crochet patterns I've been wanting to try out.

Sarah Rae said...

Well, I don't do anything with yarn, but my mother-in-law knits like crazy. And I love that bag!

Kelly Massman said...

OH. MY. GOODNESS. I'd love to win that bag! It is so neat. That fabric is so cool. From far away it leaves you wondering what pattern is on the fabric and then you see that it is butterflies--beautiful! You would certainly make my day if I am your lucky winner!

thanks also for a chance to win!
kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

The Sewing Dork said...

Isn't Giveaway Day fun... almost like your birthday! I do love your bag! Thanks for the chance.

Valerie said...

What wonderful giveaways. I haven't had dinner yet, but I have a roast in teh oven, which now seems sill since it's quiet hot in the house. Poor planning, it's practically my middle name!

Cinnamon said...

That bag is stunning, I love it! An interesting thing...I have 6 siblings and I'm from Hawaii, and I dance hula too.

Lisa said...

Nice giveaways, THANKS

alioop said...

Love the bag, thank you!

Jessica said...

I would love the fabulous bag.

jessica (at) homfamily (dot) com

Dylans World said...

Such a great bag! Thanks for the chance to win - and i'm gonna become a follower ;)

mrstolli said...

I would love to make some clothes for myself. I make stuff for my girls all the time, but I hardly ever make things for me.

MamaWestWind said...

The bag is lovely! Thanks!

Becca

Sandi P said...

Love the bag. I am following you now. I would not have any use for the yarn, so if you happen to pull my number for that feel free to pull another.

nicmowat said...

thank you for a sweet giveaway! i love, love the tote!! love butterflies, so would enjoy using this!

i'd probably give the yard to a friend, or learn to use it!! or ask my mom to use it and make something with it. i'd sneak a bit of it for my card making and craft projects!

email is in my profile!

Tamara said...

Love the lighter yarn!

Gina said...

I love the handbag! I'd keep it, and give the yarns to my niece, and hope she makes me a hat with it ;)

Melody J said...

Love both of the giveaways. Thanks so much for hosting!

Homemaker Honey said...

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

Liz said...

Too bad, I could use that bag to carry the yarn as I make it into hats!
Thanks for sharing
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Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) said...

That bag is so pretty!!!

I am not the world's best knitter, but my oldest has been asking me to make her a poncho, which I could probably make with that yarn...

debyeo at hotmail dot com

Sean and Laura said...

Love that bag! such pretty fabric! Thanks for the giveaway! seanandlaura(at)ameritech(dot)net

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said...

Thank you for the opportunity. For dinner we are having frozen meals - because we are moving to our first house in FOUR days!!!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Great giveaway! Cute bag. Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway.

babygirlhoarder said...

I would love these ! Thanks for the awesome give away :D
Ps: It's so funny to see pictures taken by a kid! My 6 year old took some pictures of us in the restaurant and the wacky angles and perspectives are hilarious!
Tia
mtrand2 (at) gmail (dot) com

Kate said...

Love those butterflies on the purse! Thanks for the chance to win. akmajor (at) gmail (dot) com

Viv said...

I love the bag, the fabric is too cool. As for the yarn, I would probably make a hat.....I love stripey hats!

Michell said...

Thanks for the giveaway

Just One More Thing said...

I love the bag and the fabric you used for it!! If I win the yarn I'll make a scarf. We had pizza and hotwings for supper since I couldn't take the time to cook. ( I'm busy with SMS giveaway)

Rebecca said...

This is an awesome bag. Thank you for the opportunity to win it. Something interesting ---- I had tacos for supper. Thank you again.

That Girl said...

Love the bag. I know my mom would love the yarn, she likes to knit hats and give them for charity.

Had spaghetti and meatballs for dinner, sauce turned out great!!!

kalviene (at) gmail (dot) com

Linda Crosby said...

love the colors of the bag and would knit some hats and scarfs with the yarn. thank you for the chance to win..lindacrosby(at)hotmail(dot)com

erica said...

I would love to win some yarn. I haven't won anything recently, never on a blog giveaway but I have entered enough lately that hopefully I will win something soon

BrittanyGale said...

Great giveaway! Hmm I guess i'll let you know what I had for dinner since it was so yummy. I made a stuffed pork tenderloin with a sausage and apple stuffing, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, BBQ baked beans and gravy. I'm pretty new to cooking but it turned out perfect! Yum.


quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

MamaPPod said...

Beautiful bag! The yarn isn't so bad, either :-). ANd for dinner I had Doro Wat, Shiro, Injera and Tikil Gomen in honor of the two year anniversary of my Ethiopian childrens' homecoming :-)

Sarah said...

Love the yarn and the bag too! Thanks so much!

Caitlin said...

The bag is very cute! I am not a super talented yarn-er, though. I dabbled in crocheting for a minute or so last year. Made two little hats for my girls, and then never touched the crochet hooks again... knitting also baffles me. I just can't seem to figure it out! And I find this very frustrating, because I'm normally very good at learning new things! Argh :(

Liz said...

Hehe, once you've had your first giveaway day you'll never go back!

mennikelly said...

I had a chicken stir fry for dinner but I need to put a bit more seasoning for next time.

Wendy said...

That bag is killer!!! I have never won a giveaway before(sniff,sniff). wmslro@msn.com

Laura@Corner House said...

Cool bag. I love the details.

Gabrielle said...

What a beautiful bag! I love the yellow lining and the butterflies. Thanks for the giveaway, if you get a chance, come check out mine :)

Stephanie and Carlos said...

I could make socks with the wool... perfect for the Aussie winter approaching... YAY... Love the butterflies on the inside of the bag...

xo Steph

Jagels said...

love the bag, i know what you mean about skills lacking with yarn, thanks for the giveaway. watching tornado damage from nearby Joplin, not a good day for our are.

Nanbon44 said...

I love the bag... so cool

Jenna H. said...

I love the butterflies on the bag interior!
Thanks for the giveaway!
jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

Casey said...

pretty bag! With the yarn, I would make some fingerless gloves for my kids, they want some this year! thanks for the chance to win!

Lauria @ Brackenbury Lane said...

That bag is adorable!! And one can never have too much yarn! (well I guess if you don't knit/crochet than you could... :-P )

I had rice with some Indian sauce leftover from my Kalmi Kebob. I'm a very plain-Jane kind of girl and I had to cool my mouth with some mild Naan, though!

I'll be sure to subscribe to check out the rest of your blog entries!

xTroublex said...

That's an interesting fabric pattern! I really like it!

Melissa said...

Love the great bag you made for the giveaway! I would try to make a scarf with the yarn. some of them turn out better than others:) Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway and I am looking forward to looking around your blog more!

Leigh said...

What a pretty bag! I missed dinner tonight because I went to a sewing class- a fair trade off, I'd say! :)

Lauri said...

love the bag and the yarn I have used it before and it makes fun dish cloths. thanks

lauri(dot)rymar(at)gmail(dot)com

Jessica said...

I would take that yarn to my mom and tell her how my little girl really needs grandma to make her something cute out of this ( in a super sweet way). Yep, my yarn skill are are lacking too!

Laura said...

beautiful bag! My husband and I had a date night tonight so we had the best dinner at ghengis grill!

Faddict said...

I'm in Bangkok!
Great giveaway, thx for the chance to win!
Shola
annoy19(at)hotmail(dot)com

vanilla bean said...

i love the purse! I'd love to win it....or even become that good of a seamstress!! haha!

littlepinkcupcakes said...

Love the purse, hope you hit the number you want to get to. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Interesting comment? Hmmm...How about my son fell asleep at dinner, fell out of his chair and landed in his quasadilla. True story.

Your bag is gorgeous! Also, a true story. ;)

Thanks for the chance to win! saradfarris at hotmail dot com

Ali said...

Great giveaway! What a cute bag.
aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

Homemade from the Heart said...

Great giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win!

hueisei said...

Thanks for the generous giveaway!
I wish i can win the purse bag:)
Well, I am an asian, I have a bowl of rice with vegetable, chicken soup and ginger fish for my dinner :)

Memories By Me said...

I love love love the butterfly purse... it looks like it is the perfect size to put all my stuff in! thanks for the chance to win! I had good ol fried chicken and mashed taters for dinner!

Loralynn said...

Lovely giveaway! I think I would probably use the yarn to make a couple of scarves...one for my daughter and one for me!

Yana said...

would be great to use yarn for kids things, because we live in Siberia and it's really very cold outside 6 or even 8 months in the year:)

Peach Rainbow said...

I'd make some hats with those lovely yarns!
Thanks for the chance :D

Crystal Arcand (3Stairs) said...

I love the butterflies hiding in the bag! I have a weakness for cotton yarn. I'd probably make lovies with those balls of yarn.

crystalarcand (at) gmail (dot) com

Franstuff said...

ooohhh I would be happy with either thing, but that yarn is making me drool. I would probably make socks and hats for my granddaughter or myself.

Sarah said...

Love the yarn, it would be great for so many different projects. The bag is gorgeous too!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Sarah @ Kiwi Gets Crafty
http://kiwigetscrafty.blogspot.com

Jenny @ I'm a full-time mummy said...

Greetings from Malaysia! I don't sew at all (except to patch back hubby's lost shirt buttons) but I would really like to give it a try one day!

Thanks for the opportunity! What an awesome giveaway!

My email is: imafulltimemummy at gmail dot com

principeta said...

I would love the bag,If I may choose>

harleywife57 said...

I LOVE THE BAG AND NEED ONE !! I'd give it a great home !!
If I win the yarn I may make a baby blanket or scarves .... not sure .
I signed up to follow your blog .
thanks !

DangAndBlast! said...

ooh, love the lily sugar and cream stuff. I would probably make baby stuff with them (it's baby friendly), but I *might* put it on my loom and weave something (table runner?) with it. Probably knit a baby blanket though.

Svenja said...

I'm ur follower nr. 40!!! :)

I would love to win the bag. I love bag. Cant have enough of them. Sad, but true..ask my Hubby :)

If you want, go to my Blog, there is also a Giveaway.

Svenja

Kristi said...

The yarn is lovely! I think it would make nice scarves!

mindfulhome at gmail dot com

Treasuresofjoy said...

Your purse is lovely. The yarns are pretty too!

Very Verdant said...

Visiting your cute give away from Southeast Alabama. Thanks for the chance to win.

YulyaShenka said...

Thank you for this giveaway :-)

juletchka78(at)hotmail(dot)com

Shaheen said...

Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

missbossypants said...

I would use that purse until it is worn out and oh-so loved!!! The yarn would go to my mom, who crochets (maybe she'd make scarves for my boy and girl!)My little tidbit: We're having marinated pork tenderloin on the barbecue for supper tonight, and I'm already dreaming about dinner! (it's 10:30am here!)

A Little Of A Lot said...

LOL, I just had to become a follower because of your comment about others saying you have to be a follower to enter, I hate those too :)

LOve, love, love the bag, I'm limited (sadly) in the knitting / crochet ddept too, but i can make a mean scarf, I like the diagonal look, who needs plain old oblong scarves ? :)
I'm a fabric junkie, I'll make anything and everything out of fabric though, fabric takes me to my happy place.

Jessica Jo said...

I donated blood yesterday. That always make s me happy. I am a HERO.
I would like the yarn. I love yarn. You know what I would do with it? Love on it, squish it, feel it up, maybe down. Then it will sit in my stash until I find the perfect project for it. Unless it speaks to me right away, it does sometimes you know.

trisha too said...

Beautiful bag, and the yarn is yummy--we could definitely use either one! Okay, I would prefer the awesome bag, but my daughter would like the yarn!

:)
trishatoo at hotmail dot com

Heathery said...

I'm trying to learn to crochet. If that continues to fail as I suspect LOL, I'll use it for various other stuff! Buntings, package wrapping, etc.
myheehaw at hotmail dot com

Jennifer W. said...

Once I won 18 Ana Maria Horner fat quarters! Thanks for the chance to win! Lovely!

Carla said...

What a great giveaway! I love the butterfly fabric on the bag. And the yarn looks so soft.

I just won a $40 credit to an online fabric store. I couldn't believe it...

Debbie said...

Oh goodness..that bag is beautiful! I just love the butterflies on the inside!

I'm a knitter....and sometimes a crocheter...but definitely just a beginner with sewing..

debratelford(at)gmail(dot)com

Melanie said...

Thanks for the chance! thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

danette said...

11 years ago today I became a mother for the first time. Happy Birthday Caleb.

Stephanie said...

I love to crochet pretty things, I am always amazed by the amount of yarn I DON'T need to knit, and I am learning to sew in hopes of one day making a quilt. :)

Abby said...

I love the bag, pleats are one of my favorite things of all time. I dunno what I'd make with the yarn, probably give it to my mum because she loves to knit :) In my house, I'm the sewing one and my mom is the knitting one!

Kathy H said...

Your bag is very cute. I have won an apron before and we all love it. We use them when we bake so everyone likes to use the new one. Making chicken and rice tonight. Nice meal that everyone loves. It is hard to find something that at least one person doesn't like.

zees5 said...

I would do a crochet shawl with this yarn. Thanks for a great giveaway! izazbz at yahoo dot com

sandyandcosmo said...

I love the pleated bag, it's perfect for summer! I am having grilled burgers for dinner tonight unless the rain returns!

Daniel and Erin Palmer said...

I had spagetti and cabbage for dinner. eatkin85@hotmail.com

mrscarter said...

love the bag. thanks for the giveaway!

Make Me Over said...

scarve are pretty much the only thing I can knit! The bag is lovely :)

Erin said...

I would give the bag to one of my cousins who will be heading off to college soon. The yarn would mostly likely be a gift to someone I know could make something beautiful with it.

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

Skooks said...

That bag is great! Fab job.

Jamie said...

I'm making breakfast for dinner, and I'm procrastinating big time by browsing new blogs! I love that purse fabric. I would have to feel the yarn before I could commit it to any one project. Thank you for the offering!

Elizabeth said...

we had leftover chinese for dinner :/
And I'd love to win these yarns for my mother-in-law!

Thank you for the chance to win :)
zabecc(at)hotmail(dot)com

Ashley said...

I love the butterflies inside the purse!

mrs.marcus2 at yahoo dot com

Jenelle said...

Love the bag! I think I might make a lacy scarf/shaw for summer with the yarn. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Glenda said...

Love the bag. It is stunning. And yarn, well it would make fantastic scarves.

Corrie said...

awesome bag!! I think I would try to crochet with the yarn

corrieb96@hotmail.com

Calikisses said...

Wow! I want that bag. It is great! I didnt have anything interesting for dinner last night, but I did make some delicious strawberry muffins today. :)

Michelle said...

If I won the yarn, I would beg my mom to knit a scarf for me, since I don't have those skills. If I won the bag, I would replace this boring solid brown one I am using.

I had Taco Salad for dinner.

Thanks for the chance to win!
mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

Alice (fa11enan9e1) said...

Oh what pretty yarn!!
fa11enan9e1 at yahoo dot com

angelina said...

this is gorgeous!!

Fab said...

I had won a super cute mug rug, thanks for the chance.

Laurel said...

I once won some Ghostbusters videos. ha!

lrlriddle@gmail.com

Grace said...

Awesome bag (I love the little butterflies inside.. nice touch!) I just started knitting so I'd probably make a scarf.

Oh, I had a nice homemade falafel for dinner - yum.
myyearinhaiku at gmail dot com

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

Lovely tote and I would have to share the yarn with my mom since she knits and I don't. The one time I tried was disastrous. :-)

Evelene S said...

Thanks for the giveaway and I need a new purse. I won a quilting tool called Lil' Twister. I would make a cute summer top with those yarns, or a cute cardigan for my granddaughter.
bimbi9 at verizon dot net

Megan said...

Wow. What fun! I love the yarn and I would make some dish scrubbers. Boring, I know, but necessary!

Thanks!

Pink Fawn said...

Your butterfly bag is so pretty - love the combination of gold & browns! I am not the best knitter, but I do hope to learn crochet, I understand it's easier.

livelover3 said...

Wow...I am amazed at the blogging world. It's all new to me and I can't get over the generosity! Thank you! I have never won anything in my 34 years...not even a race when I was young. Wow that sounded pitiful. But I have been successful in other ways. My fingers are crossed! Thanks for the opportunity! KERIHAG@YAHOO.COM

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I'd love to have the bag. If you have someone else that is interested in the yarn, and are allowed to give the yarn to a second person, please feel free to do so. Love your bag!!!!

Brenda said...

Love the bag, and I can never make too many scarves! Love the embroidery that you combine into your quilts. I am working on some embroidery and quilting projects with upcycled wool. I need to get them complete to share on my blog! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

pumpkinhollowprimitives at hotmail.com

Jamie said...

What a pretty bag! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Anonymous said...

The yarn looks very nice, and scarves sound like a good idea to me too!

Jen said...

Ooh, I love that bag! I would use it to carry all my crap I lug to work everyday on my commuter bus! Random comment: my cats eat raw meat. They are Savannah cats and every time I bring my meat cutting board out they star meowing and climbing the kitchen counters!

Lindsay Conner said...

Your bag is so darling! Love it-love it :)

Bailey said...

We had breakfast tacos for dinner.

lydiaruth said...

The bag is so cute!

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Nancy Bird said...

I won the cakewalk when I was 7, approximately 30 years ago. I still am feeling lucky about that one. Thank you for the opportunity to win your lovely creations and materials. I am so impressed by your quilts. I need to learn how to cut more efficiently, like you did with your plus quilt.

Domestic Diva said...

Lovely! Thanks for the chance.
I love chocolate.
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Amanda @ Ninth Street Notions said...

Dinner tonight was some lamb, potatoes, and carrots that I had in the slow cooker all day.

Raven's Rascals said...

I love that kind of yarn! I would either make more of my funtastic flying flowers or a not quite so fun but useful dish cloth. :o) Thanks for the chance to win!

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Mom C said...

I would love the yarn. I crochet hats for charity, mostly to keep my hands busy. But I get tired of one color and I love to add variegated yarn to the mix, just to see how it turns out. Mostly, the changing colors add fun and interest.I'm about out of all my good colors and will have to start on the boring ones that I've put off using. If I don't win, I'll be at the store next week for sure.

ElfRenee said...

The butterflies inside the bag are such a great touch! Beautiful!

I love the yarn, I would make a scarf!

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Violeta said...

I love that bag

Thank you for the Great prize!

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hafza said...

I love the yarn but not too sure whether it is suitable for crocheting. I love crochet but not too good with knitting. This is my 1st participation ia a giveaway so...i've never win anything before.

HelenN said...

Love the bag, wouldn't know what to do with the yarn.

Thanks for participating in the giveaways.

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Rainbowartist said...

I had organic oatmeal with bananas, strawberries and brown sugar for breakfast :)

A Joyful Chaos said...

The weather is glorious today and I'm planning on making something in my crock pot for dinner in order to be able to spend more time outdoors.

I love the pleated purse and would be happy to win it. The yarn looks great as well and I know I could find something to do with it. So really I wouldn't mind winning either one. :)

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Lisa said...

Such a cute bag! And I could always use more yarn LOL!

Jodi said...

I have only one 1 give away - a charm pack of Lovely by Sandy Gervais which I love and hope to turn into the beginings of a quilt for my daughter soon.
Butterflies are my thing so I am in love with that bag. I can't knit but I have a friend who might be convinced to make a scarf for me and one for her if I share the wool.

Canadian Kristin said...

Ooooh, love that bag! The details you've added inside (those little butterflies) is wonderful! I am trying to learn how to knit or crochet (hoping one will just suddenly 'click' and make sense to me! lol) Thank you for the chance to win!

Little Blue Mouse said...

I won a giveaway of some lovely notelets and nail varnish.

JBlanton said...

I dont usually win giveaways but I enter lots waiting for my big win on day. I love your purse- very pretty

jessieaucoin said...

the yarn may have to get re-gifted to my sister since i don't knit. but the purse would be well loved by me!

Rachael said...

I never win stuff like this, but if I did, I'd make some scarfs and maybe some coffee cozies :)
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Mandy Mc said...

Having seen this purse in person, I can vouch that it's amazing. As for the yarn, I might try a scarf or maybe some washcloths. I always need more of those in the kitchen!

Also, I subscribe via google reader...not sure if that shows up in your "followers" or not.

Lauranie said...

Fabulous bag!! And I knit/crochet but haven't been too inspired lately...maybe I just need the right yarn to inspire me :) Thanks for the chance!

Oh and last night we had left-over brisket used in some yummy philly cheese steak quesadillas...mmmm

deserae said...

I would absolutely love the bag!

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