Wednesday, July 30, 2014

"Sew Your Own" and 5 Giveaways!

EDIT: This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for your entry. Winners will be announced Tuesday 8/5/14.



Recently I was in Chattanooga at Spool to attend a lecture being presented by Alex Veronelli for Aurifil thread company and I came across this adorable fabric panel:

Cute right?  I knew immediately that I had to have it and exactly what I wanted to make with a couple of the panel blocks.
So I dug out my scraps from a Kimberley's Garden 1930's jelly roll that I purchased from the Fat Quarter Shop and went to work.

I sewed strips together and then subcut them into 2 1/2" strips and then sewed them into a large panel.

 I then decided on the backing fabric and cut out the "Sew Your Own" panel and attached strips on both sides until I had it as wide as my biggest sewing machine. I have several machines and some vintage ones that do not have a cover. I decided to make a cover big enough that I could use on whichever machine that was currently in use.

 I think it turned out so stinkin' cute! I sewed three strips across the top and a panel of the 2 1/2" squares for the back. I bound it scrappy with leftover strips.


I used the twill tape from a fat quarter bundle for the ties on the sides. I love that the cover is adjustable for any of my machines.


I used Aurifil thread 12wt for quilting it! 12wt In My Machine! I set my stitch length to 5, the longest that my machine offers.  I love, love how it looks!


The thread color is # 4668! And its variegated!  I usually machine stitch my bindings on the front and hand stitch to the backing, however this time I wanted to play with this gorgeous thread some more so I stitched the binding to the back and then flipped it to the front and machine stitch it with the 12 wt thread!  I love the vintage, chunky look that it gives.


I used 50 wt in the bobbin. It worked fine. I think a 40wt would work great too!  And a cutsey little floral print for the backing. 


I decided that I wanted to try out my Aurifloss and have started using it on the panel. I should have done this first, but you know me, if I can get the cart before the horse, I do it everytime! :) But I have been able to embroider through the panel but not all the way through the batting and backing. So far...
   Look at those yummy colors. Aurifloss is a six strand 100% long staple cotton floss. Great for embroidery, Sashiko and blanket stitch applique. Just about anytime you want a chunky embroidered look. And,  it can be seperated like any other 6 strand floss.And it comes on these adorable wooden spools! LOVE!
 I also want to do some embellishing with buttons and ribbon. 

When it is not in use, I can open it up and throw it over the back of my chair.


 Sew? Would you like to "Sew, Grow, Bake and Ride Your Own"? I kinda got carried away and bought 
5 (five) panels to giveaway! And Aurifil and the Fat Quarter Shop have decided to help! So here we go with the giveaways! There are 5!

First is one (1)  4 block panel and a 10 Spool Box Collection of Mark Lipinski's  50 wt. "I Can Fly " Collection!!! Woohoo! Aren't those colors yummy!


Second is one (1)  4 block panel and 2 large spools of Aurifil 12 wt variegated thread!


Third is one (1)  4 block panel and two (2) large spools of Aurifil 12 wt variegated thread.


Fourth is one (1) 4-block panel and 2 large spools of Aurifil 12 wt thread:


AND Fifth is one (1)  4-block panel, 1 large spool of Aurifil 12 wt thread AND a  Bundle of 1930's Playtime 2 Petite from the Fat Quarter Shop!


WOOT! WOOT!! Yall, I 'bout fell outta my chair when I saw this! How gorgeous would this all be together! And how cute would a machine cover be made with those little spools print on it???

So, how do you go about winning one of these AWESOME giftaways? Well if you've been here before you probaly have a good idea, but here goes. You have 5 chances to win! You can enter once or all 5 times, that is up to you. I will leave this giftaway open for 5 days to give everyone time to play as much as they want!

 To enter:
1. Leave a comment below. ( first entry) ( I would love to know what you would like to make if you won one of the giveaways.I want to make a casserole cover with the "Bake Your Own"! Cute!)

2. Sew and Sow Farm followers New or Previous get another entry! (optional 2nd entry) Leave me a comment letting me know that you do. 

3. Help spread the word through facebook, twitter, pinterest, instagram or your blog! Leave me a comment letting me know how you shared ( Optional 3rd entry!)

4. SHOW OUR SPONSORS SOME LOVE and GRATITUDE! Drop by Aurifils blog  Auribuzz and  by  The Jolly Jabber (the Fat Quarter Shops blog) and sign up for their newsletters! Did you know that The Fat Quarter Shop has an awesome selection of Aurifil and a You Tube Channel! Or you can visit them on their face book pages  here and here! Be sure and tell them I said hello! (Optional 4th entry!)

5. Visit one of my followers from the sidebar and let them know that Jan from Sew and Sow Farm sent 'cha over to say hi and visit awhile!
What? Yall, this is something I love to do. I have so many nice people that have helped me along with this blog and I want to show them some love. Over on my right sidebar you will see Google Friend Connect followers (just click on one of the icons) and Bloglovin followers(click on followers). And also Google + followers.(I can't see my email followers) Just look around and pay a visit to at least ONE of them.( Try not to all visit the same person/blog as everyone else is) You may even decide to follow them. That is up to you. But I would love for you to just pick someone NEW to you and pay them a visit.Tell them I said howdy! :)  Give them some encouragement!You will find so much inspiration and be so glad you did. If you need help, let me know and I will walk you through how to visit! Leave me a comment of who you visited! ( Now this is the 5th optional entry!)
 Kinda like a blog hop, giftaway ,visiting party! Yeehaw! AND when someone reaches out to you and visits your blog, try to return the favor if you can! I am certain they would love it!

 For those that are not familiar with Blogger,You have to click on Comments below to leave comments to be eligible to win.

Whew! Don't worry you have 5 DAYS to enter. Enter once or all 5 times, it's up to you! Mr. Random will announce the winners next week!

This giveaway is open to everyone, anywhere! I will ship Internationally!  Also if you are a no-reply or anonymous commenter, or not sure, then please include your email in your comments. 

 Yall, I would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to the  Fat Quarter Shop and to Aurifil! You know, these companies are huge, but yet they still take the time to offer their generosity to a small blog like mine. They are both very caring and generous companies and it shows through the support that they give to our quilting and sewing community! So show 'em some love!

Have fun yall! And good luck! 
xo jan

657 comments :

  1. wow; how fun! What a great way to use the panel. I have used Aurifil 50 weight, but never the heavier weights. Thanks for posting this on Facebook.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Annette Rose NehezJuly 30, 2014 at 6:10 PM

    Adorable banner

    ReplyDelete
  3. Gorgeous - I love it as a sewing machine cover!! I need a sewing machine cover!!!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Great giveaway and the fabric is darling. I would make a basket for a vintage bike with the "Ride your own". Super cute!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I am a Google Friend Connect follower. I haven't yet tried the 12 weight thread but I love the 40 weight better than the 50 weight. I must find somewhere close that sells the 12 weight!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Love the colors !! Would be so fun to sew with!!




    ReplyDelete
  7. I would love to make a cover for my sewing machine! The poor thing is naked.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I am a Jolly Jabber follower and receive the Auribuzz through email :) Great panels - they sure are cute!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Following now using Bloglovin' !! Darling fabrics.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm a follower of Sew and Sew farm via Bloglovin. Thanks for the inspiration.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I already get the Aurifil Buzz and the Jolly Jabber newsletters.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Shared with my friends on my Face book wall! :)

    ReplyDelete
  13. Stopped by the Inchy Hexagon to say hello.

    ReplyDelete
  14. I'd make my machine a new cover an use leftovers for hexies! Thank you for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Those panels are so cute! I love your sewing machine cover! I think they would also make fun minis to hang on the wall.

    ReplyDelete
  16. I desperately need a sewing machine cover, and yours is adorable! I would make gifts for friends with the other 3 panels.

    ReplyDelete
  17. I follow sew and sow farm and love it!

    ReplyDelete
  18. I tweeted about this giveaway: https://twitter.com/sonyamullis/status/494611518793609216

    ReplyDelete
  19. I would love to win! Your page has so many options to choose from to make

    ReplyDelete
  20. I don't see my comment, hope this isn't a duplicate, sorry if it is.
    I would love to make a sewing machine cover too, my machine isn't getting the love it is used to because I am addicted to EEP now. Thanks for the give away Jan, love your cover.

    ReplyDelete
  21. I get the Auribuzz and Jolly Jabber newsletters.

    ReplyDelete
  22. Oh how fun! I'd love to win. I think I'd make a machine cover like yours! Too cute.

    ReplyDelete
  23. It IS stinking cute Jan! I would make a cover for my Kitchenaid with the Bake your Own and with the Sew you Own would make a cover for my Vintage machine.

    ReplyDelete
  24. So dog gone cute! I'd like to make wall hangings with the panels!

    ReplyDelete
  25. I would love to make a lap quilt from the "Sew Your Own" panel"! I would just add to it!
    Thanks for sharing all your wisdom and fun Jan!

    ReplyDelete
  26. Following you on Bloglovin now! I don't see my first comment to what I would make?????

    ReplyDelete
  27. I already receive Sew and Sow Farm newsletters.

    ReplyDelete
  28. I already receive Auribuzz and The Jolly Jabber newsletters.

    ReplyDelete
  29. I LOVE your cute sewing machine cover! Love how you used the ribbon from the fabric pack to make ties ~ clever! I would make a sewing machine cover for one of my machines and a cover for my Kitchenaid Mixer! I do believe I would make a little banner, using the "I Grow It" to put somewhere in my tractor also!

    ReplyDelete
  30. Love these panels. I just finished snapping the beans from my garden. What a blessing mother earth gives me. I would make a grow your own apron for sure!

    ReplyDelete
  31. I just posted about your giveaway on my blog.

    ReplyDelete
  32. I love it? I would make a Lori holt block with that great fabric for my daughters laundry room which I decorated with blocks I made using loris pattern

    ReplyDelete
  33. I already follow on bloglovin and I meant to but an exclamation mark on 1 st statement nit a question mark

    ReplyDelete
  34. I get both their newsletter

    ReplyDelete
  35. I would make a FABULOUS tote bag for my all my sewing supplies to take to class with me! naomicollins2@eircom.net

    ReplyDelete
  36. What a great giveaway!!! I would make a wall hanging for my sewing room.

    ReplyDelete
  37. I would give the sewing machine cover a whirl. That is so amazing and would add such color to my sewing room!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  38. I actually need to make a sewing machine cover, so this would be perfect! I love 30s repro fabrics, too! Thanks for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

    ReplyDelete
  39. I follow you via BlogLovin!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  40. I would use the bake your own to make a cover for my mixer. The panels are so cute and I sew with aurifil thread all the time. Auriful is the best I have found. 1chattybarb@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  41. I follow Aribuzz and Jolly Jabber via email!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny at yahoo dot com

    ReplyDelete
  42. I visited Auribuzz and The Jolly Jabber and signed up for their newsletters!

    ReplyDelete
  43. I just pinned your site on Pinterest!

    ReplyDelete
  44. make a cake pan cover with BAKE YOUR OWN
    transport patients in a hospital for testing

    ReplyDelete
  45. Awesome giveaway. :D I would be making a cover for Machines and possibly a casserole cover ( as a special gift).

    ReplyDelete
  46. I Tweeted about the giveaway @wigglypup : https://mobile.twitter.com/wigglypup/status/494618819369762816

    Thanks for the chance to win! wigglypup2 ( at ) yahoo ( dot ) com

    ReplyDelete
  47. I think I would make a ,wall hanging. Such cheerful fabrics!

    ReplyDelete
  48. Love these panels, I just got through eating some fresh pink eyed purple hull peas, I would make some Pot Holders with my Grow your Own panels.

    ReplyDelete
  49. I am retired, Love to do just about any kind of hand craft, except kintting, don't know how, but love crochet, sew, quilt, counted cross stitch, cross stitch, just started machine embroidery, so I like to do just about any of the above, have a small garden

    ReplyDelete
  50. What a great giveaway I would love to make something for my sewing room. I love the fabric

    ReplyDelete
  51. I follow Sew and Sow Farm.blogspot by email.

    ReplyDelete
  52. I tweeted the giveaway https://twitter.com/schind67/status/494621470744518656

    ReplyDelete
  53. I already get both newsletter and love reading them.

    ReplyDelete
  54. I subscribe for Auribuzz and the Jolly Jabber.

    ReplyDelete
  55. I would make a toddler quilt with the 30s fabrics.

    I think I'm not a no-reply, but just in case: jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

    ReplyDelete
  56. I'm already following you. :)

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

    ReplyDelete
  57. And I already get Auribuzz :)

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

    ReplyDelete
  58. I went over to Julie K Quilts. Love her site too.

    ReplyDelete
  59. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  60. Adorable panel! I would make some practical items, probably. I love Aurifil threads and had no idea that they made floss! Thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  61. What a wonderful panel and a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

    ReplyDelete
  62. Thanks for your blog today! I loved the fun vintage fabrics with the adorable panels. I'd like to make a wall hanging for myself and my DIL. :-)

    ReplyDelete
  63. I subscribe to the Auribuzz newsletter.

    ReplyDelete
  64. Your work is adorable - and I would LOVE to win something to help my work become as lovely as yours.
    I've linked you on Pinterest and Twitter. I'm already in love with Aurifil and FQS and loving Sunshine's Blog. Thanks for sharing xx

    ReplyDelete
  65. I subscribe to the Jolly Jabber newsletter.

    ReplyDelete
  66. I shared a link to your fab giveaway on Facebook.

    ReplyDelete
  67. I already receive the newsletters from Aurifil and the Fat Quarter shop. Nice sponsors!

    ReplyDelete
  68. It looks like we have similar tastes. I already follow the blogs in your sidebar :-)

    ReplyDelete
  69. Love the sweet panels. I'll hang one in my kitchen when I'm canning. Love the Aurifil thread in the fabulous colors.

    ReplyDelete
  70. Love the panel and I only use aurifil thread

    ReplyDelete
  71. Your machine cover is just darling! I like that it can be flat.... mine isn't and would not work on the back of a chair. Thanks so much for the giveaways!

    ReplyDelete
  72. I visited Quiltilicious at Confessions of a Serial Quilter--she has made some beautiful quilts!

    ReplyDelete
  73. I don't have a machine cover...Love yours and would probably follow suit.

    ReplyDelete
  74. I would make a beautiful wall hanging.

    ReplyDelete
  75. I'm a happy... previous follower!

    ReplyDelete
  76. I get FQS newsletter and have ordered from them many times. Thanks again!

    ReplyDelete
  77. I love this fabric. I would like to make the sewing machine cover, and thsi one is so cute!

    ReplyDelete
  78. I receive the newsletters from Aurifil a d the Fat Quarter shop.

    ReplyDelete
  79. I visited one of your followers blogs--Jennie from GA-- and told her you sent me.

    ReplyDelete
  80. this is my first visit to your blog, should have come with a drool alert for these beautiful fabrics! your postings in I've been hexed and like it on facebook have motivated me to work on my english paper piecing project and now I plan to follow your blog and look for some of these threads at my local quilt shop and the quilt show next month! I think I would make a wall hanging for my sewing room if I were to win. quiltmom@scrtc.com

    ReplyDelete
  81. this is my first visit to your blog, should have come with a drool alert for these beautiful fabrics! your postings in I've been hexed and like it on facebook have motivated me to work on my english paper piecing project and now I plan to follow your blog and look for some of these threads at my local quilt shop and the quilt show next month! I think I would make a wall hanging for my sewing room if I were to win. quiltmom@scrtc.com

    ReplyDelete
  82. My machine would live to dress up in a new cover! Love the colors!

    ReplyDelete
  83. Thank you so much for posting how to match the stripes, I've been playing with one, but wasn't sure how to line it up.

    I would love to make a new sewing machine cover for the featherweight my husband just bought me.

    Nancyanne
    nannylace@comcast.net

    ReplyDelete
  84. In need of a sewing machine cover, that would be first!

    ReplyDelete
  85. What a sweet giveaway. I need a sewing machine cover!

    ReplyDelete
  86. I follow you via BL. And enjoy every minute of it.

    ReplyDelete
  87. Wow! What an awesome giveaway! If I am a lucky winner, I would make a mini quilt for my sewing room and it would be quilted with the lovely aurifil thread!!

    ReplyDelete
  88. I follow your fabulous blog via email! :)

    ReplyDelete
  89. I am sharing your giveaway via pinterest! :)

    ReplyDelete
  90. I follow Auribuzz and the Jolly Jabber via email!

    ReplyDelete
  91. I think I'd using the Sew Your Own panel would make a great take-a-long bag for my sewing friend.

    ReplyDelete
  92. I follow you and enjoy every single post :).

    ReplyDelete
  93. I follow your blog via email

    ReplyDelete
  94. I visited Lee over at Freshly Pieced and decided to follow her via bloglovin! :)

    ReplyDelete
  95. I pinned a panel and the giveaway on Pinterest here
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/4292562120103408/

    ReplyDelete
  96. I'm following fat quarter blog via email now :)

    ReplyDelete
  97. I've been looking for just the right project. I would love to tackle it. I just love the machine cove, or maybe a wall hanger would be nice for my sewing room. Sure would be nice to win!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  98. How wonderful it would be to win such a wonderful prize. I'm not lucky, but I hope.

    ReplyDelete
  99. Wow, what a great contest! Thank you Jan for making this available. I've never used Aurifil 12wt thread and I need a cover for my Bernina 830 desperately. She's a BIG girl, needs a BIG cover and this would be perfect! Thanks again Jan, Aurifil and FatQtrShop!

    ReplyDelete
  100. These are super cute. I think I would cut the panels up make mini wall hangings to put around my sewing room or house.

    ReplyDelete
  101. I saved and sent your blog on Facebook to all my friends and quilters

    ReplyDelete
  102. sharryquilts@yahoo.comJuly 30, 2014 at 8:19 PM

    Use Aurifil for sewing my quilts all the time and love it, would be great to win some!

    ReplyDelete
  103. I visited Quiltalicious at her blog Confessions of a Serial Quilter. Thanks, Jan, for the generous giveaway and getting us to visit with each other :).

    ReplyDelete
  104. I shared the word through my facebook page

    ReplyDelete
  105. I would love to make it for show and tell at the shop I go to, the girls would love it.

    ReplyDelete
  106. I am already on the newsletter list for The Jolly Jabber and Aurifil. I LOVE seeing all the new items and tips in their emails.

    ReplyDelete
  107. I use Aurifil all the time, love it. Sure could use more it's hard to find it in Me.

    ReplyDelete
  108. I use Aurifil all the time, love it. Sure could use more it's hard to find it in Me.

    ReplyDelete
  109. Cute panel and love your machine cover. Thanks for the giveaways and chance for winning.

    If i had a panel, I'd use the sections to make gifts for my friends.

    ReplyDelete
  110. I'm a new follower of your blog thru google connect

    ReplyDelete
  111. My sister bakes and gardens a lot, I would make her wallhangings. I would make myself a wallhanging for my sewing room. Not sure about the bike panel but am sure something will come up. Thanks for the chance to win.

    ReplyDelete
  112. I happily follow your blog with bloglovin.

    ReplyDelete
  113. I already receive the newsletters from Aurifil and Fat Quarter Shop.

    ReplyDelete
  114. I love the sewing machine cover , who wouldn't. Thanks for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  115. I am following by email , thanks again for the chance.

    ReplyDelete
  116. I already receive the newsletters .

    ReplyDelete
  117. Your sewing machine cover is adorable! Bake your own would make a cute table topper for the kitchen. Sew your own would look great on a tote used for sewing/quilting classes/retreats.

    ReplyDelete
  118. Well I am in! Your post sounds so exuberant! I would definitely make a sewing machine cover or a cut wallhanging for my studio!

    ReplyDelete
  119. I'm already signed up for Aurifil's Auribuzz and Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber blogs.

    ReplyDelete
  120. Well, I became a follower and I am looking forward to being contaminated by your creativity! ;)

    ReplyDelete
  121. I would use each one differently one for my machine, one for a a food cover,and the last 2 for cute wall hangings.

    ReplyDelete
  122. So happy I found your blog! These panels are adorable, the thread amazing, and ohhhh those 30's prints! My first thought for the Baking panel would be a giant "hot pad" I could put on my counter when I'm baking to set my hot trays (but I would hate to get it messy!). Thanks for sharing! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  123. I think any of the panels could be used to make a fun tote.

    ReplyDelete
  124. I just love these cuties. I would love to have a sewing machine cover made from one, or make it into a project tote. Donna

    ReplyDelete
  125. I am a follower of Sew and Sow, too.

    ReplyDelete
  126. I would love to have all of these adorable, whimsical panels to create covers for my sewing machine or serger, or my 2nd or 3rd sewing machine. Oh, I also like to eat so I'm sure I can find something in the kitchen to cover up! Your cover is beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  127. Loving your blog, shared on facebook. Thanks, Donna

    ReplyDelete
  128. I just stopped over at Sew WE Quilt. elizakzoo@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  129. For a third entry, I have blogged about you! ;)

    ReplyDelete
  130. I'm a follower of sew and sow!

    ReplyDelete
  131. Whew!Signed up for the interesting newsletters!

    ReplyDelete
  132. Hello, would love to make a sewing machine cover with the Sew Your Own or a Apron with the Bake your own! Love those threads!Those are beautiful! Thank you for this opportunity ! It is all beautiful!
    Who is the company that has those threads? Never saw those before!

    ReplyDelete
  133. I found a new friend at Homespun Quilts! Thanks for inviting us!

    ReplyDelete
  134. Rosemary B here:
    Holy Cow this is adorbs x a squillion.
    The panel is very very cute, but what you created is incredibly cute. What a sweet idea. That thread is amazing, I know. It's like ice cream. There just is no turning back when you start using that.
    Well, I am very excited and thankful for this give away opportunity you have offered.
    You are so generous, and the best, Jan!

    ReplyDelete
  135. I would like to make a sewing cover like yours. So darn cute! Your article helped me figure out how to use my Aurifil thread. I won a few spools but thought it was just for quilting. Now I know the different weights can be used for different things, Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

    ReplyDelete
  136. Rosemary B here again:
    YES! of course I am following.
    funny how I just got this in my email though, and here 150 showed up before me hahaha

    ReplyDelete
  137. I follow Sew and Sow Farm on bloglovin.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

    ReplyDelete
  138. Rosemary B here again:
    I follow Aurafil and Jolly Jabber on Facebook and by email.

    can't miss a single update!

    ReplyDelete
  139. I went to visit http://serial-quilter.blogspot.com/, had a look around and left a comment.

    ReplyDelete
  140. Since I sew my own quilts and grandchildren clothes, grow my own(Master Gardener), bake my own and have a son who lives on his bike, I can see many wall hangings in my future if I were to win.

    ReplyDelete
  141. I get the newsletters from Auribuzz and The Jolly Jabber at kdavis1@centurytel.net
    Kathy Davis

    ReplyDelete
  142. A Dresden quilt with the 1930's playtime fabric

    ReplyDelete
  143. I would like the machine cover...but a tote for my gardening tools would be great to make too. Thanks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

    ReplyDelete
  144. These panels are adorable and I can see them made up as mini quilts (a new passion for me).

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    ReplyDelete
  145. I subscribe to both Aurifil and the Fat Quarter Shop and love them both!

    ReplyDelete
  146. What a cute panel! I would use it with some iron on final laminate to make a garden quilt. Quilts can live outdoors too!

    ReplyDelete
  147. I just found your site and have singed up for your email, I think we will be long time friends!

    ReplyDelete
  148. You have hit all my hot buttons. I LOVE Aurifil thread and treat it like fine chocolate, only bringing it out for special occasions and savoring it. 30's reproductions are my very favorite fabrics to quilt with. And we moved to the country, nestled in 80 acres of corn, where I do lots of baking, and sewing of course, and where my husband builds custom bicycles!

    ReplyDelete
  149. I am a follower of your blog!

    ReplyDelete
  150. id love to make some picnic blankets

    ReplyDelete
  151. I would make a machine cover

    ReplyDelete
  152. I "shared" your blog in everyone on Facebook.

    ReplyDelete
  153. I subscribed to the Auribuzz as well as the Jolly Jabber.

    ReplyDelete
  154. So cute -I'd follow your lead and make a cute sewing machine cover!

    ReplyDelete
  155. I would make a mixer cover for my stand mixer with the 'bake your own', a tote for my gardening tools and gloves with the 'grow your own', and a simple drawstring bag to wear while we bike/hike with the 'ride your own'. I would use the 'sew your own' as the center of a mini quilt to hang near my sewing area. These are just so lovely, thanks for the chance Jan!

    ReplyDelete
  156. I visited Heartspun quilts and signed up to follow her blog. I found her lemon salad dressing recipe and saved it to my recipe files!

    ReplyDelete
  157. I would love to win...PUUUUUUUULLLLLLEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZ!!!

    ReplyDelete
  158. Love your blog spot. Have never gotten on a blog before. Loved all your pictures. Would love to win.

    ReplyDelete
  159. I receive Auribuzz emails and follow The Jolly Jabber on bloglovin

    ReplyDelete
  160. Follow the sew and sow farm. I love your fabrics.

    ReplyDelete
  161. I have shared your site.

    ReplyDelete
  162. Following Auribuzz and Jolly Jabber

    ReplyDelete
  163. I shared the giveaway on google+. Thanks again Jan, Aurifil, and Fat Quarter Shop for such an adorable and fun prize!

    ReplyDelete
  164. I love that panel!!! My bestie is a baker and I'm a quilter so I will definitely put two of those squares to good use right away!

    ReplyDelete
  165. I would make the sewing machine cover, and I think Bake Your own would be a cute apron!

    ReplyDelete
  166. Love every one of the panels. Any one of them would be awesome to make either the sewing machine cover or a tea cozy-might be too big for that. Hmmmm...

    ReplyDelete
  167. What a FUN giveaway! I hope I'm one of your lucky winners.
    I'd like to make a sewing machine cover for my daughter-in-law and a cake cover for my kitchen.

    ReplyDelete
  168. I joined your e-mail list. I like your style of writing and think it will be fun following you!

    ReplyDelete
  169. Such a lovely cover and a fun giveaway - I think I would make a machine cover as well - my poor machine doesn't have one yet. I am a follower too! Thanks for the chance to win :-)

    ReplyDelete
  170. I subscribe to both the Jolly Jabber and Auribuzz. - lots of good info on them both.

    ReplyDelete
  171. that is a super great project to do!! But I would love to make a tote to carry my cutting board and rulers with this fabric! Thank you for the chance to win!!

    ReplyDelete
  172. I follow you via Bloglovin.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

    ReplyDelete
  173. I'd love to make the sewing machine cover.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

    ReplyDelete

Hey yall!
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today! Your words mean so much to me. Thank you for taking time to leave me a comment and if you have a blog, feel free to grab a tractor button from the sidebar and plow along with me! Ain't no tellin what we'll get in to.
xo jan