Blog Hop Giveaway

Welcome back if you’re a regular visitor, and if you’re new here because you’re following the blog hop party giveaway, then welcome for the first time. I’ll keep this short since I know most everybody is busy hopping from one exciting giveaway to the next, but I’d love it if you became a follower and stopped by on a regular basis. I’ve only been quilting for about a year, so I like to keep things real as I talk about the process of learning around here. Sometimes I have quilts turn out just the way I hoped, and sometimes, my seam ripper and I are the best of friends.

This giveaway includes two fabrics. First, you’ll get a charm pack of Wren and Friends. I let myself thumb through the edges of the fabrics, and they are super adorable.

Last time I got my hands on a charm pack, I used the Storytime Squares pattern at Made by Rae. The pattern is downloadable, and I know no quilter ever said, “Hm, I really don’t have any patterns on my dream list,” but just in case you need a pattern, there you go.



Isn’t it such a simple but cute quilt? I think it would look adorable in the Wren and Friends fabric.

The next fabric in the giveway is a 12 Days of Christmas panel. I picked it up because I love the bright, somewhat alternative take on Christmas colors with some teals and olive green thrown in the mix. I’m just going to give you a teaser photo; if you’re the giveaway winner, that will also give you an element of surprise (plus, I’ll ‘fess up and admit that it’s too tough to get a shot of the full panel in the messy, poorly lit dining room).

12 days of Christmas fabric


Ok, so what do you have to do to win? You get one entry just for leaving a blog comment. You can comment about anything, but if you’re having writer’s block, I’d love to see a link to your favorite pre-cut friendly pattern. I’ve started my own Pinterest board of these patterns, but it’s just a baby board. I’d love to add more to it.

If you’re a follower, you can get an extra entry. Leave a second comment telling me how you follow the blog. I sure hope you’ll at least stop back again in January when I join the Wake up to Kona Solids Blog Hop.

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Make sure you use the Rafflecopter form to confirm that you’ve left both comments because Rafflecopter gets to pick the winner. 

Here’s the technical scoop. This giveway is only open to US readers. I want to make sure that Christmas fabric gets to you in time to whip together a Christmas project. I’ll email the winner after the winner is randomly drawn, announce the winner in a blog post, and send an email (make sure you leave one if you’re a no-reply blogger). The giveaway will end on November 26th.

And, once you’re done here, make sure you hop on over to the other giveaways in progress.

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156 thoughts on “Blog Hop Giveaway

  1. I already follow your blog on bloglovin, although I usually just link over from facebook instead 🙂

  2. I follow via Bloglovin. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.
    conn_and_vans_mom atyahoo dotcom

  3. The precuts make great twirl skirts for little girls. sew them together in rows. Each row bigger than the next. and add a casing to the top for elastic. conn_and_vans_mom atyahoodotcom

  4. I don’t have a favorite pre-cut pattern but I know Camille Roskelley’s patterns are often precut friendly, and she has that pre-cut class on Craftsy that’s really great! Thanks for the giveaway. 🙂

  5. My last project done with precut 2.5″ strips was a pattern by Gudrun Erla of G.E. Designs. The pattern is “Strip to the Beach Bag” and is in her book Fast & Furious quilting as you go. I saw one another quilter had made and went right out and bought the book.

  6. I don’t have any precut patterns to add to your board, but I will check out what you have for inspiration.

  7. That Wren and Friends line has been calling out to me for some reason! It’s not my normal color range, but they are so rich and bold! thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Sorry I don’t buy precuts because I make my own in mins with the most wonderful rule in the world called the shape cut plus. If you have never seen it then there is a video on YouTube that will tell you everything you need to know about this great ruler!
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica

  9. Moda Bake Shop has the best collection of pre-cut patterns but I just like to play with the inspiration of the fabric. I just find the airplane fabric fantabulous!!

  10. I do love pre-cuts. Cozy Quilts ( has a ton of patterns using pre-cuts. I also think The Fat Quarter Shop recently came out with pre-cut patterns too and some are free.

  11. I am also only been quilting for about a year, so I love the internet.. You can find almost anything you are looking for. Thank you for the nice give away.

  12. Thanks for having the giveaway. I really have a mind that has a lot of trouble following a pattern so I kind of just create as I go. I really enjoyed your pinterest board so much so that I may give a pattern another try.

  13. i’ve really only made one quilt top using precuts (other than FQs) so far. Most of my charms and layer cakes are sitting pretty in my stash!

  14. I’m in love with pre-cuts. They allow you so much variety, and don’t force you to make the poor ladies at the cutting desk cut a million pieces of fabric for you. Plus, they are great because they all work well together. Thank you so much for the giveaway. BTW, I followed you on pinterest, because I love your pre-cut board. 🙂

  15. Moda Bake Shop has lots of patterns that are pre-cut specific. If you click on the “Bakery” tab, you can choose patterns for jelly rolls, charm packs or whichever precut you like. Lots of great ideas there!

  16. I have been very busy making Christmas gifts for my entire family so could sure use some more fabric. The website has many free patterns suitable for pre-cuts.

  17. I like Missouri Quilt Star for precut patterns. The latest addition to my want to do list is the Jacob’s Ladder Remix pattern. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

  18. I am also new to quilting, 🙂 I already have a mile long list of quilts I want to make. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the chance to win.

  19. Those fabrics are awesome—would love to have that little packet to play with. 🙂 And I really like that quilt pattern. I have to go check it out.

  20. I just found your blog through this Hop—aren’t these hops wonderful for meeting new friends? And I’m now following you by Bloglovin.

  21. I love making pillows with precuts…charm squares. I love that all the squares are perfect! Thanks for the chance to win.

  22. Love the fabrics. Can always use more and find patterns to go with. thanks for the giveaway. have add to favorites. Checked out pinterest.

  23. I don’t use a ton of precuts but I do use Bonnie Hunter’s Scrap Users system so I guess that’s almost the same, right? Right now, my two-inch strip drawer is filling up and I’m thinking of a nine-patch variation or Irish Chain to use up a bunch of thirties prints. Thanks for hosting!

  24. I’m glad to have met you, courtesy of the Blog Hop. I’ve added you to my Bloglovin’ list. Now I’m going to go back to your previous posts.

  25. I don’t have a favorite precut pattern but the Moda Bake Shop has plenty to choose from. Thanks for participating in the blog hop.

  26. I like going to the Moda Bake Shop for great patterns. Just google Moda Bake Shop and it should bring the website up. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  27. I’d love to win Wren and Friends – beautiful charms for a table runner I think, My favorite jelly roll pattern has been Camille Roskelley’s Wallflower pattern over on her Thimbleblossoms site. i’ve made 3 quilts using that pattern. Deb

  28. As a new quilter I don’t really have any pre cut tips for you other than I find Moda Bake Shop a great source of inspiration. Thank you for sharing!

  29. I love creating with precuts – my favorite thing to do is pair them up with a background fabric and start making HSTs… if you search for HSTs on Pinterest you will find all kinds of layouts for inspiration! Thanks for your giveaway!

  30. I don’t usually do anything with precursor except make baby blankets, so no help from me, sorry. But thanks!

  31. I don’t have any quilt pre-cut patterns but did create 2 different Charm Totes by Penny Sturges “Quilts Illustrated” Both came out nicely.

  32. What a great photographer you are — you showed us just enough of the panel to pique our interest. As for picking a pre-cut pattern, impossible — too many great patterns and too little time!

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