Sunday, July 13, 2014

Half Yard Bundle Giveaway


Hi there! I hope you all enjoyed your weekend!  I got in some much needed sewing time,  and was able to finish up a project that I can't wait to share with you guys! Be sure to check back tomorrow night, to see what I'll be sharing! :)

To continue our Christmas in July series, we are giving away this Christmas half yard bundle:


Letter's to Santa is an 8 piece bundle featuring all Christmas prints! I love the vintage vibe of these Christmas prints and the classic reds and greens! 

To enter to win this lovely bundle of fabrics answer the following question:

What would you make with this bundle of fabric if you won?

Please leave your answer in the comment section below.  If you are a no-reply blogger or anonymous commenter please leave your email address! 

Giveaway will close July 20, 2014

Good luck!

169 comments:

sherry said...

i would make a quilt to curl up under and read christmas stories to my granddaughter

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I want a tree skirt with this fabric thank you

beaquilter said...

Maybe christmas stockings of placemats or ornaments?

JoyceLM said...

I'd make a quilt for my sister-in-law. Thanks.

Jenn said...

A patchwork tote bag

Robin QUILTS OF COMFORT said...

I make quilts for people in hospice - children and adults. This would make a lovely quilt of comfort for someone passing near Christmas and as a nice memento for the family to keep afterwards. Thank you for this giveaway. I'm subscribing by email to your blog as I just found it with this giveaway information.

Sheltered Stitches said...

Absolutely a tree skirt for my new daughter in law! It's so pretty!

amy mayen said...

I'd make Christmas ornaments or garland:) thanks ilindsay!

Karen M said...

If I was lucky enough to win, I would make a quilt for one of my grandchildren. I dream of making holiday quilts for each of them. This would be a great start. Thank for the chance.

Nancy said...

A table runner. nridder@hurontel.on.ca

gpc said...

I am making sets of pot holders and aprons as gifts, and want to make a few stockings, too, and this looks like it would be a perfect fit! :)

Digiscrapations said...

I would make a wall hanging or a mantel scarf. Thanks for the chance to win.

Cindy Garaas said...

I would make some tablerunners

Linda Thompson said...

I hope it would work for a set of placemats and coasters. Wouldn't they be pretty in a breakfast nook

Joyce Carter said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I love this fabric. I think it would make beautiful placemats or table runners.

Patty D from NC said...

I'd love to make a 12 day of christmas mini quilt. thansk!

Anonymous said...

I'd make either a lap quilt or a table runner. Fabric looks great.
Trinaduffy@yahoo.com

Teresa Stanulis said...

The picture makes me think of a tree skirt and that is what I would probably make!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Vicki H said...

I think I would make a tree skirt for both my daughters.

Maree in NC ☺ said...

Oh my goodness, I really love Christmas and those fabrics and would be beyond thrilled to be the lucky winner of this giveaway! I'd love to make something for our mantle and these would be absolutely perfect. And, if I had any leftovers, I'd use them in a table runner. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win! ☺

my nana maree @ yahoo . com

Karen said...

I need a new Christmas Tree Skirt.

Kathy Davis said...

I would make a tree skirt.
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Jeanie said...

Gorgeous fabrics! I'm thinking about a runner and I've also never made a Christmas purse. What a great giveaway!

brownj6610 said...

A nice Xmas stocking for my new granddaughter and maybe one or two for her parents.

Nannie B said...

I would make a table runner or perhaps a Christmas quilt for my grandchildren. Thanks for this giveaway!

Katie D said...

I would use it to continue working on a paper pieced Christmas table runner. Thanks for the giveaway!

Susan said...

I would make a tree skirt or fireplace mantle cover.

ShirleyC said...

I would make a table runner for my glass coffee table in the sun room.

Bethany said...

I would make a christmas table runner! :)

Ellyn said...

hmmm maybe some new stockings! thanks for the chance

Betsy said...

I would out together a crazy quilt stocking for hopefully my future daughter in law

Afquilt said...

I would definitely make a tree skirt!

Eileen Johnson said...

I would make a table runner or a Christmas Stocking. So colorful and fun!

Joan said...

I would make a table topper. Lovely fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win.

MaryBeth said...

I still don't have a Christmas tree skirt, so I'm thinking that's what I'd make if I win.

Jusmom1 said...

Possibly a rag wreath for my Dear Son and my Dear Future Daughter for their front door...and matching Christmas stockings!

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

A table runner or two for Christmas gifts!

Debbie said...

A tree skirt.

Nancy Lewis said...

A table runner, placemats, mug rugs, coasters, and potholders. I love making things for Christmas.

Trisha Kind said...

I'd make a Christmas tree skirt. Thanx for the giveaway!

Crickets Corner said...

I think it's perfect for a tree skirt. Thanks for the chance!

barbara woods said...

A Christmas quilt, thanks

Kathy Boice said...

I would make a table topper. midwayfarms@hughes.net

Joan H. said...

I would make a table runner, some pot holders, and some mug
rugs for Christmas gifts.

delaineelliott said...

I would make a table cloth and curtains for my kitchen. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

BlessOSU said...

Tree skirt, stockings, lap quilt -- something fun!

OhioLori said...

Ooooh...I would make a Table Runner, or maybe a cool Christmas tote!!! :)

Anita said...

I would make place mats, a table runner and hot pads for my kitchen.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Sarah said...

A tree skirt for our Christmas tree; I've been intending to make one for years. Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

Nicole G said...

Hum.. id probably make either a tree skirt... or stockings!

Lee Ann L. said...

I think my sister-in-law would love these to make a quilted tree skirt with! Thank you for a chance to win.

mherath said...

I need a tree skirt and this would make a beautiful one.

Lisa Marie said...

It seems many people are thinking what I am -- a tree skirt! The one I have, and the ones my family members have are over 15 years old so they could be retired in favor of something fresh and new!

nicolesender said...

I would make a Christmas tree skirt!

Jacklynn said...

I would make something to display in my home, like a Christmas wall hanging or table topper. Thanks for the giveaway!

Connie Cain said...

I would make a tree skirt and a table topper. :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

Tracy said...

Tree skirt and a stocking would look mighty cute!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

I would make a table runner and place mats!!

Cindy Dahlgren said...

This is the year that I'm trying to make table runners or placemats for my whole families tables. Not a huge job, just 3 families, but enough of one.

Trisch said...

Some table runners would be nice out of this fabric. Thanks!!

Angelia Lanouette said...

I really need a new tree skirt! A table topper would be great too!

GranChris said...

I would make Tablerunners for myself and best friend. Love the fabric.

Jules said...

I would make a table runner and pot holders for a festive touch in our new home. Thanks for the chance

Michelle Olsen Sasak said...

I'd make a Christmas tree skirt!

JKW said...

A soft cozy lap quilt to use by the fire !

Michele T said...

I would make some new stockings for my family... Something that I've been thinking about doing for some time now and this fabric is perfect!!! Thanks for the chance!!

Kay said...

I rather like the idea of making some Christmas bunting. x

charlotte said...

I really could use a tree skirt and I would love to trim some dish towels for my kitchen for the holidays.

Emily C said...

These look great for some new placemats.

Vickie said...

Put it in a Christmas quilt !

valerie boudier said...

I would make a Christmas lap quilt or maybe a table runner valerie.boudier@ntlworld.com

*Tyler* said...

I have a balcony that is seen through our a frame windows and with our tree and lighting a nice hanging quilt would look beautiful during the winter with all the snow. Thanks for the chance :)

annemarie said...

I would make a tree skirt.

Sue Bennett said...

I would make mug rugs as gifts and out the cup with them and of course the cookies. Thanks for the chance.

suebennett1975@gmail.com

JLVerde said...

I'd have to try out this cute reindeer pattern I have. I think they'd be extra adorable in a holly berry print fabric?

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I've been wanting to jump into the mini quilt craze. I think this would be great for that. Thanks so much for the giveaways!!

Tammy said...

Oh that would make a lovely apron for me on Christmas morning and some gorgeous trimmed kitchen towels to match. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway. This is a gorgeous fabric set.

Sandy D said...

I just saw a Moda Christmas Tree Skirt (free) pattern that these fabrics would go good in. Awesome fabrics

Gill said...

I make a Christmas quilt for us every year - this would be perfect !!

Anonymous said...

I think I would make some cute placemats or a table decoration. Thanks for sharing! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

Chiska said...

I need to make a Christmas wall quilt. This would be perfect!

Paula said...

I would make tree ornaments or maybe a tree skirt. Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Lori said...

I think these would make some lovely pillows and place mats. thanks for this great chance
quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

Anonymous said...

I just saw a great tutorial for a Christmas tree skirt I would love to make! Thanks for the chance to win a wonderful give away!
Kelly at kcpompa@yahoo.com

Needled Mom said...

I would make a Christmas quilt for the guest room.

Patti said...

I'd make my first Christmas quilt! Never seem to have enough time or the extra cash to splurge on a Christmas quilt so this will get me started!

Mara said...

I still really need to make a tree skirt.

Charmed Life said...

I'd make gift bags and a tote bag...I like to bring my lunch to work in a "seasonal" bag. Makes a bagged lunch taste a bit better, don't you think?

Linda said...

HI, I'd love to make a table runner for my daughter for Christmas!
Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Laurel said...

I can see a fun advent pocket wall hanging using this fabric. Love the envelope print.

Leslie said...

I would love to make a tree skirt. Thanks!

Cecilia said...

I would make a quilt for my oldest daughter to use in her new house this Cheistmas.

Catskill Quilter said...

This fabric is fabulous! I would use some of it for a table runner, and I would use part (with the envelope print) for a wall hanging with real pockets (envelopes) for Christmas lists and notes about what we plan to do next.

Lisa said...

I want to make pillow cases for my bed and guest bed. I would like to use some of these to make a patchwork cuff for the pillow case. It would be so pretty!!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I really really really want a nice Christmas place mats and or a tablerunner. Great fabrics - fingers crossed!!!

Beth Brown said...

I would make a Christmas tree skirt - I love these fabrics! Beth
oneoldgoat1962 at gmail dot com

Quilting Tangent said...

A Christmas Wall Hanging or table runner using the pictures as the main element and the other fabrics as accents.
24Tangent@gmail.com

QuiltinGram said...

I would make either a tree skirt or table topper.

Jane S. said...

We are in dire need of a new tree skirt. We use the one that belonged to my mother-in-law and she died 20+ years ago so you can imagine how worn it is, even only using it once a year! Thank you for the chance to win. :)

Kathryn Knox said...

I would make a table runner and place mats for Christmas or a tree skirt. Thanks for this chance.

Rosa said...

I`d make a lap quilt and runner for next christmas.Thanks for the chance.

Mom C said...

Love to make and give away christmas quilts. That's a great bundle. Thanks.

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

There are two things I want to do this year for Christmas..and I need to get started...these prints would be perfect. I want to make an Advent calender of some kind. Something out of the ordinary and not really even used as no kids to do the counting but still... I have always wanted to do this so maybe this year will be the year it is done! And I want to make some decorative stockings. No kids anymore so everything is just decoration, nothing is used! I finally actually have a fireplace to hang stockings..for the first time in about 20 years! I'd like to make some really pretty classy stockings. Thanks for the giveaway!
Cheri
quiltingnanny at yahoo dot com

Ella and Nesta said...

I would love to make Christmas letters/cards inspired bunting!

juliehallfeldhaus said...

A Christmas tree skirt!!!

Kathy said...

A table runner for my daughter. I just made a springtime one for her. I think she could use a winter one now :)

KathleenD said...

Christmas stockings for my son & his family!

delaineelliott said...

That fabric is beautiful! I would make a tree skirt and matching wall quilt with it. Thanks!

LeAnne said...

I need a new tree skirt. Ooh, and stockings would be good too. Maybe some potholders and a table runner. Lots of things I would make.

Peggy said...

I would make a Christmas wall hanging with cross stitched squares of the 12 days of Christmas.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Susan Smith said...

I would hopefully makemy first Christmas quult!

pippirose said...

I would make a tree skirt.

supersara20 said...

I need a Christmas tree skirt so I'd make one with this.

Janie said...

I would make a Christmas Quillow. Gorgeous fabric. Thanks for the chance!

sandyandcosmo said...

I would make a new tree skirt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Rhonda D. said...

I would make a table runner and some mug rugs for gifts. Thanks for the chance to win!

sofen said...

Patchwork fabric for gift bags.

jachelno at gmail dot com

Margaret said...

I have a new tree skirt pattern I want to try. My daughter informed me that I have not made one for her yet.

Mhairi said...

Lots of small things to share with friends and family. I would start with Christmas placemats for my table and a Santa mat to put a treat out for Santa and his reindeer. Then I would make little presents for my friends and decorations to use as tags for presents.

Abbigail said...

I would make a wall hanging for my living room of a tree and presents under it!

Heidi said...

It is easy to see how beautiful a tree skirt would be the way you have these fanned out I'm the photo, so that would be tempting! I think I would go for a full-on quilt though!

Sally Dixon said...

I would make a table runner and some fabric gift bags. Thanks for the giveaway!

babiesdoc said...

I want to make christmas mug rugs and then little packages of rug,mug, cookies and tea

Kathy Holscher said...

I'd mix this festive fabric with plush minky and make a fun snuggle quilt to use while waiting for Santa to arrive! Thanks!

Grandma Helen said...

I'd make a holiday table runner for one of my DILs, or maybe one for each of the 3 girls.

Natalie F said...

I would make a table runner and wall hanging. Great fabircs! bluefin711(at)yahoo(dot)com

Crafty Coffin said...

I really want to make a tree skirt this year!

Nanbon44 said...

I would make a comfy warm quilt to curl up with my grandchilden while we watch our favorite Christmas Shows.

Laura MJ said...

I'd make a quilt to curl up with hubby and our new baby in 2015!!

Quilting Momma said...

On my "list" is a Christmas tree skirt! I have never made one! Thanks for the chance at winning these lovely fabrics!

Jeannine said...

My daughter has been married two years and will be putting up her first Christmas tree as a married woman this year. She needs a cute tree skirt!

sylvie jourdan said...

thanks for this beautiful giveaway ! I want to make a tree skirt or a table topper for christmas

Terri said...

I would make a runner for my oianno with this collection. Tdwoverton at gmail.com

sby1955 said...

I am "redecorating" the little playhouse we have for our grandchildren. I would love to have a Christmas theme during the holidays...curtains, placemats, etc.

P Bybee said...

I'd love to make a tree skirt with this bundle!

Shauna said...

I would make some stocking with it.

Jen Beatty said...

New placemats for my mom.

Nancy said...

I Love this Collection!! I would make a nice poufy end of the Bed Runner for our Guest Room. We always have Guests during the Holidays, I also decorate the Guest Bedroom in a old fashion Holiday Style because it's so warm and cozy.
Thank~you for such a Wonderful Give Away!!
Nancy

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I would love to make my daughter a tree skirt with this collection - and some pillows with the leftovers.

Martina said...

I think I wold use it for a tablerunner or a tree skirt. Lovely!

Patti P. said...

I see Stockings when I see these pretty pieces! That's what I would make! Thanks for a chance to win them!

Marti Taylor said...

I would make a table topper, a mug rug to leave out with milk and cookies, and stocking for my daughters. Thanks for the chance to win!

Leah Bright said...

I would make a lap quilt.......pretty material

Brenda said...

I would make some table runners.

Joy said...

I think this bundle would make a beautiful tree skirt which would become a family tradition and be passed down through the generations. Thank you for the fabulous giveaway.

mo said...

I would love to make a lap quilt. Thanks!

Phazereyes said...

I would start making my christmas gifts. Things like coasters, table runners and ornaments. I've been wanting to make my daughter's stocking, but I don't have ANY christmas themed fabrics......yet. Thanks for this chance to win some fabulous fabrics!

Barb N said...

I think it would make a great Christmas Tree Skirt, which has been on my To Do List for way too long. :)

cjmont said...

i would make a lap quilt or a tree skirt for my grand daughter who just got married.

Deborah said...

I would make a tree skirt!!

Rebeckah Austin said...

A tree skirt!

monica sisk said...

I am working on a Christmas hexi quilt and these would be perfect. I love the Santa.

just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would probably make a table runner or bed runner featuring the most interesting piece as the highlight in the center, maybe in a quilt as you go chevron effect. Love it!
Thanks Brenda vmiwife@verizon.net

Dee D said...

I would make a table topper and a table runner with this bundle.

Amy Clausen said...

I would definitely make a table runner - my kitchen table is always opened up full length for November and December. Thanks Lindsey!

Georgi said...

I made Christmas tree skirts for my girls last year, so I'd love to do some table toppers! Thanks for the chance ~ fingers crossed!

JulieD said...

Table runners for myy kids.

Geni Pickens said...

I'd have to make an Advent Calendar wall hanging for my grandkids!

Mary Goodner said...

I would make placemats, napkins and table runners for Christmas gifts. Thank you oh so much for a chance to win this wonderful fabric!!!

Katy P said...

I would make some lovely placemats.

garetsgettinggood said...

I would make Christmas stockings!

lilysmudge said...

I would make a Christmas tree wall hanging. Thank you for the chance to win!!

MamaLovesFabric said...

I would make a Christmas quilt! :D

Beth Strand said...

One of my goals is to make a Christmas quilt for each bed in the house...I'd love to use these! pbstrand@msn.com

Pat V. said...

I would have to make some Christmas stockings and a killer holiday apron.

Margaret said...

I would love to make a tree skirt with this beautiful fabric.

Sallie said...

A Christmas quilt.

Anonymous said...

I would make stockings awesome fabrics. imabank@aol.com

Ruth said...

Tree skirt and/or table runner fort Aunt who recently lost her husband of 68 years

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