Wednesday, February 9, 2011

I've been to Stitch - The Playroom for Knitters and Stitchers, and I'm going to give some away....

I put Annie-Rose in the playroom and I quickly cut two quilts!
I used their cutting machine and cut over 150 tumblers,
it was amazing.

All neat and ready to go. Fantastic.

I got some yardage from their bargain bin as well.

Such lovely fabrics.
Honestly I could spend a fortune there,
and the staff are really helpful and encouraging as well.

I think it's time for a giveaway here,
so leave a comment telling me what you are working on
and I'll give away a bundle of goodness
from Stitch,
extra comments for following and spreading the word
(you know the drill)

I'll pick a winner in one week!

58 comments:

  1. OH PICK ME. Okay, I'm working on buying a sewing machine (bought on on Ebay, will pick it up this weekend). Then I'll be wanted to sew some cushions and then maybe some curtains. EXCITING.

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  2. Ohhh! So pretty! Fabric is such an addicting thing. I'm working on a Green Bay Packers themed tote bag for a friend who has a birthday coming up. Then I need to stitch up a quit that has been lying on the floor in pieces for ages. Lots to do and not enough time... *runs around*

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  3. How awesome! I wish I could cut stuff out lickety split . . . might mean I'm farther along with a few projects. I recently finished making some couch cushion covers . . . next on the list are a few bee blocks for Bee Vintage. :)

    P.S. Where are we at with the Vintage Sheet Freedom Bee? I think I'm still missing a few blocks over here.

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  4. Right now I'm working on a Valentine's Day wall hanging. I'm thinking it will get done in time for V-Day 2012!! Thanks for the give-away chance.

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  5. Oh oh oh! I don't think you should have told me about this place! This is the first I've heard about it - it looks fabulous!

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  6. Working on some table runner for St. Patrick's Day, and a couple of quilts!

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  7. Okay then where was I during this visit???? I want to go too and they have a playroom? That is helpful to know. I'm so checking it out tomorrow - don't suppose you and Annie want a date and to stop at the cupcake place? And you know I follow you - because you are creative and inspiring and lovely.

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  8. Hi Deb
    I am working on a never ending hand pieced star/hexagon quilt (as seen on my pic up there)

    I would quite like some new inspirational fabrics as I'm bogged down with vintage at the moment!

    Cant wait to see your quilts!

    Clare x

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  9. I am finishing all my WIP from last year it's taking a while but I'm getting my mojo back!!! today is a crochet heart of 2 and maybe some experimenting with some machine decorative stitching! thanx for the chance to win some of your lovely finds :)

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  10. I'm working on a vintage sheet triangles quilt. I love your fabric choices. The endless fabric's what I love so much about quilting.

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  11. I'm doing my best to design and make a cuddly elephant to send off to Queensland as part of Hugs to Hold (shhh! Don't tell Miriam, I haven't let on that I am committing to the project yet ;-)) I'm working up to bigger and more complicated projects all the time...

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  12. I joined two more QAL after the first one :)
    Thank you for the chance!

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  13. I'm working on 3 quilts for my great niece and nephews. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  14. I'm working on 4 different Mug Rugs. All gifts to others (although I think I need to make myself one!)

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  15. I love buying fabric from the bargain bin! There is one of my local quilt shops that I have found some great modern fabrics in the bargain bin!

    Currently, I am working on finishing a quilted "travel" bag for my husband. I have most of the pieces cut...just need to stitch everything together.

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  16. I'm doing the Cherry House quilt along! plus a wall hanging from Gail Lawther's new book!

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  17. I am currently working on a baby quilt using FFA 2 (just need to bind it) and mixed media valentines day cards.

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  18. I'm getting my nerve up to practice free motion quilting on a small piece. Love all your new fabrics. You're going to have fun with those!

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  19. I'm finishing up work on a few swaps, then I'm determined to finish a couple of quilts I have in progress before winter is over!

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  20. I have been working hard at using my stash, and my scraps. I am doing the Block-A--Palooza, Layer Cake quilt along, Dorinda's Mystery, Raven Star quilt along, and many others too. You can see them all over on my blog at 16muddyfeet.blogspot.com

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  21. I'm working on WIP's and using up scraps. Those are beautiful fabrics, can't wait to see what you are making!

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  22. Hi! I am staring at the quilt blocks we made, moving them around and trying to figure out what they are going to be. I am coming up on finishing a headboard cover that I've been in some part of the middle of for 6 months. I'm fiddling with the little girl pouchy purse tutorial to make one for me. Still thinking about what to do with another quilt top of my great grandma's. That's what I remember I'm doing . . . this is a swell giveaway, Deb. :)

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  23. hi there, i'm working on some cushions and pouches. Thanks for the chance to win such lovely fabrics!

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  24. I have a few projects (as always) on the go at the moment. I am working on an American Jane hexagon quilt for my wee man using a jelly roll of Wee Play and a jelly roll of Look and Learn. And I am making a mendocino pinwheel quilt too! Not to mention that I'll be starting a new project this weekend. Thanks so much Deb. You are so sweet to share! I am a follower too.

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  26. i wish we had a place like that here in the states near me....that sounds great. i can not wait to see what you make up with those tumblers. right now i finally have my Delilah fabric all laid out on the design wall ready for sewing.

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  27. I got a sewing machine last week so I'm working on how to use it! and how to sew! that skill has skipped me up until now but I'm planning to change that :-)

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  28. Oh what beautiful fabrics.. i have bed linen in the same fabric as the top one in your 2nd pic. its on a white background and is just gorgeous....

    .. im a quilt virgin but have taken the plunge and am making my very first quilt (YAY!) - just a little one for my baby cousin's christening ... i keep staring at the fabrics ive bought but have not actually cut anything out yet... am a bit scared!!
    hope all is well with you guys xxx

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  29. Working on dollies and quilts. Lots of special events going on this year. Weddings, graduations, ect. and every one seems to want a quilt. :)

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  30. I'm not working on anything 'crafty' per se at the moment, but I did go to an amazing quilting exhibition a couple of weeks ago that has inspired me to give it a go one day. I just put up a blog post with lots of pictures if you want to take a look.

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  31. Lovely fabric!

    I'm currently working on a bunch of baby stuff for our baby due in May. I'm sewing as much as I can instead of buying and so far I've sewn nursing pads, cloth wipes, a nursing pillow and a nursing cover!

    Thanks for a chance to win some goodies!

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  32. Lovely fabrics!
    I'm working on a baby quilt for a friend.

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  33. Oh yeah, Deb. And you know I'm a follower, right? :)

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  34. Oh and I forgot to say, I'm a new follower.

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  35. Love the fabric you have chosen. Im sewing Cloth nappies for a friend who is having her first baby! And ive made so many quilts for friends and all my children im finally doing one for me!! Yay! Its the delicious Blush fabric by Moda, I dont know what the pattern is but im cutting 5 strips per layer cake layer and piecing together. laying them opposite directions. Im half way through. Cant wait till its on my bed.






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  36. I'm working on a quilt for I'm not sure who yet. I did a square in a square block using a "Crysalis" layer cake from Moda. I just have to get the backing for it and then quilt and bind it!

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  37. I'm working on a robot cushion for (and with) my son, a stuffed elephant toy for my baby, cushions for our couch and I'm still trying to finish my very first quilt that maybe, just maybe, will be finished by this winter (yep it was started two winters ago...).

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  38. Getting ready to cut fabric this weekend for my quilt group - we'll each be making a quilt block for a baby quilt for another member. She's due in April and this will be a surprise (even though she'll actually be making a block). I also have a Bee block that needs completed from Let's Bee Together. Last but not least, I'm considering purchasing fabric this weekend for 4 baby boy quilts for new/soon to be moms! (glad you asked? that was long winded)

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  39. I am trying to finish up a quilt for my son. Also a pillow for my mother, and a quilt for the house. And about a dozen other things in various stages of being done. ;)

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  40. I am most definately a follower!! Just wanted to take a moment to tell you that I love your blog!!

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  41. My long term crafty goals include my first quilt - which will be my babies first bed cover, just waiting on the arrival of sewing machine my friend is loaning to me. I am trying to teach myself how to crochet to make a wand for a gift for a little girl and also a bunnie! The bunny is a cloth bunny and would look cute made from one of your fabrics x

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  42. I am working on trying to finish my UFO's. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. Count me in on your fabulous giveaway... I'm currently working on some softies, crocheting a heart chain, dreaming of making a picnic quilt and table cloth!

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  44. I'm working on finishing everything I haven't already finished..not very successfully either!!And i agree that Stitch is a fabulous shop.

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  45. Hi Deb, Count me in too!
    I am working on a curtain for the bottom bunk so my daughter can have a bit of privacy to read at night (we are all sharing a bedroom at my parents for possibly six months or more!! eek!). Of course it has to be cute!

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  46. I've always got something ready to do. I've working on a flannel quilt for my grandson, backpack for my step grandchild and a purse from a sheet for etsy.

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  47. Oh how fun. Thanks Deb.
    I am working on a million things at the moment and think I might just start a new quilt one of these days...

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  48. hi there...lovely giveaway...I am working on...a crocheted blanket, an art journal, a pretty girly quilt and always working on fixing up the house...lol...i am sure there are more things, there always is...i am a follower....i also put your link up on my sidebar...didn't put a photo up as I didn't know what to put there...lol...take care...xxx

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  49. oops...extra one for spreading the word...lol...can you tell i need to win this...hee hee hee...

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  50. I'm working on a baby quilt that I've been planning for a while. Lots of fussy cutting so I've been putting it off. Almost done.

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