109 Replies to “It’s Giveaway Day at Sew Mama Sew!

  1. I’ve never used hand dyed fabrics, these are beautiful! I’d make a new table runner. I love mine, but I’ve been using it for a few years and it’s time for a change.

  2. Oh my, what beautiful fabric! I would love to make a lap quilt, adding some prints with the same color ways. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

  3. These are so beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway. These would be used in a quilt and since I have so many that I want to make, I know I could find the perfect pattern for them.

  4. I would either pair it with some low volume fat quarters and make a lap quilt for my living room or a table runner for my coffee table!

  5. The green and greys would go for an art quilt I’m making; the yellows for a yellow quilt I’m collecting fabric for; not sure about the pinks.

  6. I’d add in some Kona Snow and make a really bright quilt! What gorgeous colors!
    allisonpogany at gmail.com

    1. Congratulations, Allison! You’re the winner of the hand-dyed fat quarters! Please e-mail me at becca@prettypiney.com with your address and I’ll get them shipped as soon as possible. Thanks for entering!

  7. How bright and fun! I’d love to make a tablerunner. I’d make “rainbow” dresdens.

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!


  8. Would love to make a tablerunner with “rainbow” dresdens.

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!


  9. I have some paper piece projects in my head to get started on after Christmas for some babies that will be born in 2017 to some first time mothers!

  10. I am not sure what I would make but the beautiful colors would be a great addition to a quilt, that is what I seem to be focused on lately.

  11. I would probably use this pretty bundle in combination with some of my prints. I have mostly prints that need some solids.

  12. Honestly? I have no idea. I would leave it in my stash to get to know my other fabrics for awhile, and let them decide. 😉

  13. I would enjoy making an Amish quilt with those beautiful hand dyed fabrics. They will be very striking paired with black!

  14. Pretty Pot Holders.

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  15. Merry Christmas! Id love to make a baby quilt for my niece who is getting a Bitty Baby for Christmas this year!

  16. I’d probably take the yellow (love it but the value is deeper than the others). Then, I would make a modern spring table runner. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  17. There will be a quilt-along early next year for the Postcards From Sweden quilt and this fabric would be used for this! I love the bright colors and that quilt pattern!

  18. You know, definitely something for me. The fabric is gorgeous and would go so well with pretty muted prints. Maybe a lap quilt???

  19. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway. Your hand-dyed fabric is just so pretty. I was thinking of adding some black fabric and making a Shadow quilt. Would be just awesome quilt. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons

  20. Oooh! Hand dyes!

    I make quilts for Project Linus, and these would be perfect for a cheery quilt to donate to them. Thanks!

  21. I would love to add these to the stash I’m accumulating to make my daughter a quilt for her bedroom. The colors are perfect and may just put me where I need to finish it!

  22. These are lovely and could be used for many purposes! I would think they would be cute as pillowcases paired with a print.

  23. I have been planning to make an I Spy quilt for my son for ages. Maybe I will get it done for his 2nd bday in Jan. One can hope!

  24. I believe these colors would be lovely in a quilt or two! But I also think I could make a cute funky bag!

  25. I would make a table runner with these fabrics. Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    ljbisme at msn dot com

  26. this bundle is fabulous!! I would mix it with some cotton & steel charm packs and make a fabulous quilt! Merry Christmas!

  27. Not sure as I have a boatload of just started quilts that need to be finished. It may take most of the year before I can even think of my next project.

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