Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway Day!


It's come again!  It's Giveaway Day!  Oh we all love a little sewing treat this time of year, don't we?  How about a little goodie to you from Fluffy Sheep Quilting (the shop)?  Here you can win one Kona solid charm pack of your choice: bright or classic  as well as three spools of perle cotton (in your choice of colors).  


Winning is easy.  There are three different options, each of which will get you one entry into the giveaway:

1. just leave a comment below telling me what you like to make with Kona solids
2. leave a second comment if you are (or become) a follower of the shop on Facebook
3. leave a third entry if you already receive (or sign up for) the Fluffy Sheep Quilting newsletter.  To sign up, just go here and subscribe in the lower right corner of the shop homepage.

The small print:
I will choose a winner on 7 Dec at 5PM.  To be included in the draw, I need to be able to contact you via email.  If you are a no reply commenter, please leave your email address in your comment.  If I do not hear a response from the winner in 3 days, I will draw a second winner and pass the givaway onto them.

To see more Sew Mama Sew giveaways, just click here.  Good luck!

677 comments:

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Lisa Mather said...

Lovely package! I'd probably make some cute zip pouches!

Sophie Belle Designs said...

Hey Cindy I wanna make a low v high value quilt, so that's where the solids would go!

Heather D. said...

I like to use kona solids in quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sophie Belle Designs said...

I already get your fab newsletter

Sarah said...

I'd love some texty rainbow cushions I think :-) Lovely giveaway Cindy x

Sophie Belle Designs said...

Already a facebook fan too x

Melissa said...

I love to make rainbow quilts. I am working on one with a stripper group right now.

Melissa said...

I love on Facebook

memmens said...

Ooo yes please and it is my birthday...I tend to use Kona as solids in quilts and just to fill holes in my fabric cupboard!!

memmens said...

I follow on facebook

memmens said...

and yes I get your lovely newsletter too!

Melissa said...

I want to do a quilt-as-you-go quilt and these would be perfect!

Anna said...

I've been all about patterned fabric so far in my quilts so next year I'd like to add more solids in! Thanks for the give away!

Quilts, Cakes and Other Fun said...

Quilts of course! lisaursino@msn.com

Quilts, Cakes and Other Fun said...

I am a follower. lisaursino@msn.com

Anita in Florida said...

I've never used many solids...it's about time I tried! Thanks for the chance.

knottygnome said...

i love solids! i enjoy making quilts and pillow covers with solid fabrics.

Patchwork and Play said...

Solids are so versatile that these pretties would be well lived and used in this place!! Thanks for the giveaway!

Patchwork and Play said...

And I receive your newsletter!

B Greene said...

I think I would make a mini quilt with this prize pack. Thanks for the chance to win!

B Greene said...

I am a Facebook follower.

B Greene said...

I am also a newsletter subscriber.

Paskiaq said...

I love solids for sashing or for pixalated quilts :)

Pam said...

I use solids to let the quilt block be the star and to highlight a print.

Pam said...

I have signed up for the newsletter

Katrin said...

I would love to make a hst quilt. Thanks!

the running hare said...

I'd use them for a quilt. My current favourite is the trajectory quilt from Monkey Beans

Jan said...

I love working with Kona Solids. I make quilts, most of the time.

Katy said...

I just moved into a new flat. It's furnished, but everything is very neutral (and I can't hang pictures). It's crying out for some coloured mats on the tables to give it a pop of colour.

Katy said...

I follow you on FB.

Katy said...

And I get your newsletter. Thanks for a great giveaway.

Mermaid Sews said...

I like to add solids to my quilts and quilted bags.

Mermaid Sews said...

I like to add solids to my quilts and quilted bags.

thethimbleroom said...

I would make a bright and cheery lap quilt! :)

Thanks for the great giveaway.

thimbleroom(at)gmail(dot)com

Pat Merkle said...

Anything that I can FMQ. Which, by the way is your fault, going way back to FM Fridays ;)

cheeky monkey said...

I would make a HST miniquilt. Lots of color and lots of fun

Pat Merkle said...

I "like" your shop on FB!

cheeky monkey said...

I am follower on Facebook

cheeky monkey said...

I receive the newsletter

Dreaming Monet said...

i'm a facebook follower now!

Dreaming Monet said...

i have been doing patternless, freeform design quilts, and am REALLY enjoying using solids. i am almost completely out of kona cotton and need more. this would be perfect! plus, i am a new perle cotton addict. thanks so much for the chance.

Garilyn S said...

I have not really sew much with Kona cottons, but I have a stack just about ready to make a pinwheel quilt. I'd love to make a disappearing nine patch in solids.
blessed.mama4 at yahoo.com

Garilyn S said...

follow on fb

Garilyn S said...

signed up for the newsletter

Sarah Ashford said...

I would use solids for sashing in quilts :-) Gorgeous fabrics, I love the brights, a great stash builder.

Dreaming Monet said...

i just signed up for your newsletter (fussbudget--@gm--.com)

Jennifer said...

I love these solids, i'd love to make a wall hanging for my studio space!

Mary@QuiltGenius said...

I would use them in a quilt. :)

Mary@QuiltGenius said...

I am a follower

malmur said...

I receive your newsletter!

malmur said...

I'd love to use the solids in a quilt

yorkie mom said...

I'm a follower.

Lynne said...

I love solids mixed with prints in scrappy quilts to give the eye somewhere to rest!

Thanks for the chance to won!

This follower is not on Facebook but you know I "like" your blog!

Marie Abernathy said...

I love the Kona solids in quilts.

linda said...

i dont know what i would make but it will be lovely with those colours

linda said...

i subscribe to the news letter :))

Lisa Marie said...

I've been adding Kona solids to many of my quilts lately. One day I want to make an all solids quilt.

Dawn said...

I don't remember what it is called, but I have a quilt pattern somewhere in the closet that I want to do with solids and I think the brights would be perfect! Thanks!!

Dawn said...

I also "like" you on Facebook!!

Jenny Larking said...

I would like to make a houses quilt and the solid would be great for the roofs. jennylarking@gmail.com

Jenny Larking said...

I follow you on FB jennylarking@gmail.com

Ella said...

I like using solids in everything. Quilts, pillows, bags...

Martina said...

I would love to make a pillow! Thanks so much!

Martina said...

I am a follower via GFC!

Kristy said...

Working on a rainbow I-spy and these would be perfect for that! Thanks for the chance!

Captain StitchyPants said...

I'm collecting Kona solid charms at the moment, with grand ideas of some kind of big old colourful quilt. The specifics change on a regular basis.

Captain StitchyPants said...

I signed up for your newsletter, too :)

Kristy said...

I'm a facebook fan! :)

WHW Katelyn said...

Definitely use some of it for pretty embroidery and improving my quilting skills : )
kjjharrison(at)gmail(dot)com

janeylulu said...

I like to mix Kona solids in with my patterned fabrics in quilts!

Francis Paul said...

I would like to make a rainbow colored quilt with thw Kona solids:-)

Francis Paul said...

I follow you on FB

Francis Paul said...

I already receive your newsletter :-)

Elizabeth said...

I mix Kona solids with prints in my quilts.

Vanesa said...

Ooh, that pic looks so enticing! I'd take the classic pack and make a baby quilt!

Flying Blind... said...

I'm planning on going all Improv with some solids - completely out of my comfort zone on both counts!

Flying Blind... said...

Yep, I'm a follower!

Flying Blind... said...

I am a Newsletter subscriber xxx

Erin @ Billy Button Design said...

Man these giveaway don't stop do they!!!!

You well know I would love to make a quilt with all that lovely kona fabric.

Erin @ Billy Button Design said...

I'm a follower on fcebook

Erin @ Billy Button Design said...

And a subscriber too

Catherine said...

I'd make a quilt of rainbow triangles. Thanks for the giveaway!

Catherine said...

I follow on FB.

Catherine said...

and get the newsletter.

Trudi said...

Oh it would have to be some kind of special cushion!

Trudi said...

And I do believe I receive the newsletter :). Lovely giveaway Cindy!

needle and nest said...

I love using Kona solids in quilts, journal covers and zippy pouches. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

Emily said...

I had a charm pack of brights that I cut into 2.5 inch squares and basted onto hexies. I'm not exactly sure how I'll use them, but I'm thinking of doing a bunch of those and seeing what happens.

Tutinella said...

I'd make dozens of Paper Pieced flowers using Kona bright and stitched them on pillows. That's how I'd use this charm pack :)

Tiffany said...

Maybe a Chevron baby quilt, or a puff quilt. Thanks!

Shannon said...

Id wanted a solids quilt for a long time!

EM said...

These would help me finish up two baby quilts I'm making for friends. Thanks so much for the give away!

EM said...

A second entry -- I'm a newsletter subscriber!

Fiodhna said...

I have been making paper pieced blocks for a quilt with solids as the accent. Thank you for your generous offer!

Second Chance Tan said...

I use them in my bee blocks.... fab prizes - thank you x

Second Chance Tan said...

I subscribe to your newsletter x

Happier Than A Bird Quilts said...

I like adding solids in with prints.

Stephanie Pettengell said...

I would make a zig zag quilt with all those colours

Stephanie Pettengell said...

I already get your newsletter and really enjoy it.

Laurel said...

I am planning some crazy I spy twin sized quilts... Three to be precise. But I want some solids in there to calm it down for your eyes!

Emilyplays said...

I make quilts - and always seem to need a solid to balance out the visuals :)

Linda said...
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Linda said...

HI! LOVE KONA SOLIDS! USE THEM IN SO MANY PROJECTS,LIKE THE BABY CHARITY QUILTS I MAKE. THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Linda said...

HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON FB!
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1711336606

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Amy said...

I use Kona solids to make wallhanging quilts for my kids-I owe my son a truck quilt!

Pat Converse said...

I would like to do a rainbow quilt.

pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I love using Kona solids along with some prints...helps make the prints 'pop'. Thanks for the chance.

Pat Converse said...

I'm a facebook follower.

pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I already receive your newsletter :o)

Trish said...

I like to pair them up with my favorite prints.

Annette Young said...

I love to use them when making bags

Quilter in the Gap said...

I like to make placemats ...lol

Annette Young said...

I'm a follower on facebook

Quilter in the Gap said...

I like you...................on fb...hehehe

Cindy said...

I would make a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

Quilter in the Gap said...

I get your newsletter

elpetittaller said...

Hi Cindy! I like to use them to make baby quilts, but I'd try something different this time.

elpetittaller said...

I like you on FB

elpetittaller said...

I also receive your newsletter

Annette Young said...

I already receive your newsletter

Cindy said...

I subscribe to your newsletter. Thanks.

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Love the solids! I really want to make a rainbow "circle of geese" . I'm not sure if that's the name, hehe.

Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Aideen said...

i have two litle boys so i'd make a cotbed quilt :)

Aideen said...

i get the newsletter :)

tpott said...

I think I'd make a happy table runner.

Aideen said...

i follow you on fb :)

Jodi - usairdoll said...

I'm a new follower on FB.

Thanks again for a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Mommarock said...

There is a quilt as you go project that I have been wanting to do, and bold beautiful solids are just the thing to put in the centers of the take along shapes.

Mommarock said...

I like you on Facebook.

Mommarock said...

I already receive your newsletter.

Jodi - usairdoll said...

I subscribed to your newsletter.

Thank you for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Deanna said...

I think with these beautiful solids I'd make a mini quilt or pillow cover... for me!
Thanks for the giveaway!

elle said...

I do believe I will follow! :)

elle said...

I think I would do a small quilt or table runner with lots of white!

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

i like using to pair with my prints on dresses

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Kona is my go to solid - they just make a quilt POP! And just stitch so lovely, too.

Judith, Belfast said...

I'm working on some twin needling projects at the mo - solids are perfect for these! Thanks for the giveaway C! Jxo

Judith, Belfast said...

I get your fab newsletter! jxo

Beth said...

I like to use Kona solids in quilts.

Tabatha said...

I'm currently working on a quilt which incorporates Chicopee and Kona Maise as a background, a real change from White, Snow or Ash!
BendingPins (at) gmail.com (BendingPins.com)

Tabatha said...
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Fiberquilt said...

I use Kona solids in quilts. and i love the brights.
thanks for the give away.

Allison C said...

I love the bright pack and would make some cute patchwork zipper or metal frame pouches.

Allison C said...

I follow on FB

Di said...

I would mix up the solids with a bit of pattern and make a table runner.

Di said...

I am a subscriber to your newsletter

LynCC said...

Kona solids are good for *everything*!! I love the classic colors.

LynCC said...

I liked you on Facebook. :)

LynCC said...

And I just signed up for the newsletter

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

I have been dying to make an all solids quilt for a long time. I'm thinking maybe rainbow pinwheels?

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

I follow your blog & facebook

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

And I also receive your newsletter. Obviously because I have one of the exclusive sets of fluffy sheep cheering poms :)

i'm beccy. said...

I like using kona solids in my quilts and bags. :o). Thanks!

Lyn said...

I would make a little mini quilt.

Steph @ The Silly Pearl said...

Oooh pretty! I'd use them for appliques. Thanks for the giveaway!

Candice said...

kona is the best- I love making quilts with their fabric!

Kirsten said...

I would love to make a "solids" only quilt for my sons. Thanks for the chance to win!

Kirsten said...

And I receive the Newsletter too.

Amanda said...

I always love to make bags.

BudandMarsha said...

I love so many of your projects! Please enter me in your giveaway. I'd love a piece of Kona cotton and some perle cotton! Thanks for the opportunity.

Jennie said...

I'd add it to my color spectrum stash for a quilt for my rainbow loving nine-year-old.

MollyP said...

I love using Kona in my quilts. Pops of color always shine.

Vivian said...

Hi there!!!
I've recently purchased my first kona solids and will be taking a class thursday night at our local shop to make a modern quilt. I'm very excited jumping into this new (to me) type of fabric in my quilting.

Heather said...

I follow you on Facebook.

Peggy said...

I would use these beautiful fabrics for my Yahoo group, World of Charity Stitching.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Peggy said...

New Facebook fan.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Heather said...

I love Kona for everything! It can be the main focus or just support.

@pril said...

Quilts of course

@pril said...

I've been a follower

Federlily said...

I would probably mix in the solids with some of my existing stash. I love a scrappy look to my quilts whenever possible.

Crickets Corner said...

I'd mix them with some of my stash and make the wall hanging I just drew up. It's all solids so these would work perfectly.

Crickets Corner said...

I am a follower on FB

Crickets Corner said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Rachelle said...

I love using solids in quilts

Rachelle said...

I follow Fluffy Sheep on FB

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Ooh fab giveaway - thank you!

I'd definitely be incorporating these into some paper piecing if they happened to make their way to me!

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

I follow on FB :)

akainik said...

I'd make a HST quilt!! :) yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

akainik said...

I follow the shop on facebook! :) yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

jmj said...

a swoon quilt, love those bright colors! thanks for the giveaway!

Glenys said...

Pouches and hair ties.

Leanne said...

I love solids, you might have noticed. I would make a quilt with them, or maybe some hexies, or a pouch. I love the threads too, thank you for the chance to win.

Leanne said...

I do receive your lovely newsletter, it has the best tutorials in it. But no facebook for me.

Valerie said...

I love to use Kona Solids in my quilts. They always go!

Valerie said...

I'm a follower too!

Jamie Lee said...

I like to use Kona solids in quilt blocks, especially for the three bees I'm in since it's s nice to be able to meet color requests. I just hand quilted my first thing ever, a pillow, and loved sewing with the perle cotton. Mthanks for the chance!

Bailey said...

I like to make paint box quilts with kona solids.

leanne said...

thanks for the fun giveaway - I haven't made anything with just kona solids yet - I usually use them for background but I'm going to make a just solid quilt in the new year - yay :)

leanne said...

I've just signed up for your newsletter - don't understand how I missed :)

capitolaquilter said...

a hexi quilt in solid would be amazing

Lara @ Luellabella said...

What don't I like to make with solids?! I am slowly building up a solids stash. I made my first ever quilt last year and didn't use solids and I regret it every time I see it because it doesn't have anywhere for your eyes to rest. The good thing is, it is a constant reminder of why I need to put solids in every quilt!

Allison said...

I haven't used many solids, but I'm currently working out plans for three all-solid quilts that I want to make later this winter :)

sew.darn.quilt said...

Modern with circles and some kick butt quilting!
Thank you for the chance at some awesome ;D

sew.darn.quilt said...

I've signed up for your newsletter although I've been following you inGFC for quite awhile!

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

Every good quilt needs some solids so you have a place to "rest your eye" right?
Wildbluestarz {at} Aol {dot} com

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

I'm following on FB. Love the colorful hexies in the cover picture! I'm not brave enough (or maybe crazy enough) to do them.

Wildbluestarz {at} Aol {dot} com

Amy said...

I like to make clothes for my girls! Thanks!

Caroline said...

a quilt!

carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

Erin Quinn said...

I'll follow you everywhere! :-)

Francine said...

I'd make a kiddy quilt for the playroom!

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