Monday, May 12, 2014

Happy SMS Giveaway Day!

It's SMS Giveaway Day!  Giveaway Day has become a holiday in this house that holds a place in my personal calendar.  Is that weird?  It is just so much fun I would not want to miss out!




On offer here, for one lucky winner, is a fat quarter bundle from my shop: Fluffy Sheep Quilting.  Included is one FQ bundle of small 1/8th inch white dots on 9 different color backgrounds.  You can see the full line in the shop here.  I am so excited to have fresh, new, happy dots in our shelves in a wide variety of saturated, bright colors.  They are great for quilts, bindings, little projects like frame purses or even clothes for a little gal or guy.






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

1. leave a comment below telling me how you'd use a dotty fabric
2. leave a second comment if you are (or become) a follower of the blog 
2. leave a third comment if you are (or become) a follower of the shop on Facebook or on Instagram (@fluffysheepquilting).



There will be one domestic or international winner drawn by RNG on 18 May at 10PM Galway time. 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 (by 21 May 2014), I will draw a second winner and pass the FQ bundle onto them.

Many thanks for coming by Fluffy Sheep Quilting.  Do take a minute or to two poke around the blog and the shop.  You might find something you like!  I wish you all the best of luck in Giveaway Day.  May your sewing rooms be filled to the brim!

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Wild Irish said...

Lol first to comment I'm in love with bright colours at the moment so these would look good on my cushion covers

Wild Irish said...

I follow you everywhere............

Wild Irish said...

And on instagram and on Facebook........

Teresa Stanulis said...

I'd use the dots with some white fabric to make a colorful quilt for the little girls next door!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Teresa Stanulis said...

I follow your blog.
tstanulis@verizon.net

Teresa Stanulis said...

I have 'liked' your Facebook page!
tstanulis@verizon.net

amanda m said...

Such cheerful colors! I think I'd make a quilt for my friend who's expecting a baby girl :)

amanda m said...

Following on instagram and facebook :)

Helen said...

I'm in! Fingers crossed! (The photos turned out lovely btw!)

Love
Helen

Helen said...

...I'm an Instagram Minion too!

Hx

Helen said...

And a Blog Follower!

Hx

B Stull said...

I would use the fabric in a child's quilt, it is so fun and vibrant.

B Stull said...

I already follow you!

B Stull said...

And I follow you on Facebook as well.

Fran said...

I would use the dots paired with low volume to make HSTs for a small quilt, or maybe large cushions...

Fran said...

I follow with bloglovin

Fran said...

And I follow on Facebook :-)

Karen said...

I think a rainbow pinwheel quilt would be lovely in these fabrics. They are gorgeous!

Melanie Sim (Heart and Homemade) said...

Thank you for the generous giveaway Cindy! I'd love to give you an exciting answer, but to be honest I would stash these dots. They are the perfect blender and would work in hundreds of different projects. I totally need more fabric like this in my stash!

Melanie Sim (Heart and Homemade) said...

I follow your blog via Bloglovin

Melanie Sim (Heart and Homemade) said...

I'm a fan on facebook

Bronwyn said...

So so pretty I can only see dresden flowers in these gorgeous dots!

Bronwyn said...

Love getting your updates on fb!

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charelise123 said...

I would love to make some bias binding with this fabric, add a pop of colour to everything! Thanks for offering.

charelise123 said...

I follow on bloglovin

charelise123 said...

And facebook :-)

tammi said...

I have a little great niece on the way, and I would incorporate these into a quilt for her.

tammi said...

I follow you on bloglovin

Peaches1003 said...

I loooove dots. Am currently making a dotty swoon so something different - sew together bag, perhaps?

Peaches1003 said...

I follow you via bloglovin

Peaches1003 said...

I follow you on Instagram

fentpensantdient said...

wow!!
Maybe for some bags, or a girl skirt...

(mail antifa2000 @ gmail.com)

fentpensantdient said...

I follow de blog by Bloglovin

(mail antifa2000 @ gmail.com)

fentpensantdient said...

AAnd I follow you on Facebook

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kerrypuddy said...

I would use those dots for some super scrappy dotty binding!

kerrypuddy said...

Follow the blog!

kerrypuddy said...

And stalk on instagram!!

Mrs.Giggles (Anna) said...

I'd use the fabric to brighten up my sewing room (I'm getting one I swear).. I might sew with it, or I might just have it as a beautiful art-work stack of FQs... :)

Mrs.Giggles (Anna) said...

Blog followed - I was sure I already did, but apparently not... *hangs head in shame*

Mrs.Giggles (Anna) said...

Follow you both on FB and IG... As you well know ;) xxxxx

pennydog said...

Quilts, definitely quilts ;)

pennydog said...

I follow your blog!

pennydog said...

And I follow you on both IG and FB!

Paula said...

These would have to go into a quilt along with some solids. I think I'd make wonky square blocks alternating the dots and solids as the block centers.

Paula said...

I follow you via Bloglovin

Paula said...

And I follow you on facebook and instagram too

Saira p said...

I reckon some fab bunting - thanks for the chance

Saira p said...

....and I am now a follower too

charlotte said...

I love dots of all kinds and I have some in my stash. They make great blenders and great bindings for quilts. These are yummy!

charlotte said...

I follow you with bloglovin".

Jemima said...

Would love to win these - so sweet

charlotte said...

...and I follow you on facebook too.

Jemima said...

These would look great in my stash- also a Instagram follower

sewhappy said...

Just love those dots! Like to keep an eye on the blog for all the news

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Gorgeous dotty bundle! I would stash them though some might find their way into my gtasb quilt!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I follow you!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Also follow on facebook and IG! :)

Terri said...

Realistically I would probs stroke these and stare for a long time, then I might make a lovely disappearing nine patch quilt!

Terri said...

I follow your Instagram (sewninbelfast)

Terri said...

And I'm a Facebook follower!

Kay said...

I follow with GFC.

Kay said...

I follow with Facebook.

Kay said...

Thanks for a great giveaway. The dots would be lovely for binding and also to use in EPP sewing.

Just Sew Sue said...

I use dotty fabrics in every project I make but I have one project that needs binding and I will be using a red dot for that.

Patchwork and Play said...

Spots are my 'go-to' fabric! They are perfect with florals and stripes in most quilt designs!

Patchwork and Play said...

And I am a long time follower, as you would know! :-))

Patchwork and Play said...

And I follow fluffysheepquilting on IG, of course!!

AceMott6 said...

Those polka dots would be perfect in a quilt

AceMott6 said...

I follow your blog 😊

AceMott6 said...

And on FB and Instagram

JoyceLM said...

I love polka dots. I've used them a lot for my bindings & they make great blenders. Thanks.

JoyceLM said...

I follow your blog with Bloglovin' & I'm also a GFC follower. Thanks.

JoyceLM said...

Liking Fluffy Sheep Quilting on FB. Thanks.

Lisa Marie said...

I probably include some type of dots in every quilt I make, and I'd love to use these. They would also make such cute linings for zip pouches.

Lisa Marie said...

I follow via GFC.

Sasha said...

I'm a Facebook follower!

Sasha said...

I'm a bloglovin' follower!

Sasha said...

I think i'd use them for quilt bindings and appliqué, lovely colours...

Becky Collis said...

I follow you on FB

Becky Collis said...

I would use these dots in my quilts, I love dots!

Becky Collis said...

I follow this blog via google+

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oh wow - I could totally use a gorgeous set of fabric baskets and these fabrics would be perfect!!! Mixed with some linen - YUM!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oh I am a follower :) GFC.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I am a follower on IG and FB. GREAT happy and bright giveaway :)

Annette Young said...

The dots will go very well for the taggy blankets I am making at the moment

Annette Young said...

I follow your blog

Annette Young said...

I follow you on facebook and instagram

Isisjem said...

I saw these on IG and thought how perfect they'd be for so many projects not to mention binding quilts.

Isisjem said...

I follow you on facebook and IG - hmmm does this make me more of a stalker than a follower? ;-)

Isisjem said...

Follow the blog too and you're on my blog roll

Ella said...

I'd use it on a quilt....maybe a Gypsy Wife.

Ella said...

I follow you!

Coser Tejer Crear said...

Hello Cindy! Cant believe its may already! Id use the fabric as backing for my placemats and coasters that Ill be handstitching in Dublin in June!

Coser Tejer Crear said...

You know I follow you! On bloglovin!

Coser Tejer Crear said...

And Im a follower on IG too. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

Anita in Florida said...

Where wouldn't I use dots??? Just love em'.

Anita in Florida said...

I am a follower!

Anita in Florida said...

I liked Fluffy Sheep Quilting on Facebook!!

Katie said...

I would defiantly use these in making new pouches or in a rainbow quilt

Katie said...

follower on bloglovin

Patricia Nesbit said...

Been looking for something bright for a triangle quilt-what a lovely choice.

Pam said...

I am making a modern curve for quilt and this would make a great addition

Pam said...

I am a follower

Hannlib said...

Love dots!! Dotty bindings especially.

Hannlib said...

I follow you on bloglovin

Hannlib said...

And I follow the shop on IG too

Sarah said...

Love the dotties! I would love to make a sew it all bag with some of these, or a baby quilt gift. So many ideas ....

Sarah said...

I love following your blog - don't want to miss your genius quilts!

Sarah said...

I follow on IG too!

Bridgid said...

Thanks for the gorgeous giveaway opportunity Cindy. Starting the day is easier when you're wearing bright dotty PJs!

DeborahGun said...

I would love to make some rainbow dotty cushion covers for my sister. Her house has a 'dotty' theme!

DeborahGun said...

I am a follower on Bloglovin!

DeborahGun said...

I follow on Instagram.

AngieSue said...

I would make a churn dash dotty quilt for a baby!

Leah said...

Those dots would make great Dresden plate blocks. :)

Leah said...

I am a happy follower through feedly.

AngieSue said...

I follow your blog on bloglovin!

AngieSue said...

I follow on instagram!

Siobhán said...

Ooooh, sweet! I'd make a quilt with these delicious dots. :)

Siobhán said...

I follow you through Blog Lovin'.

Siobhán said...

I follow on FB and IG.

M-R Charbonneau said...

Fabulous giveaway! I'd pair them with white and do some rainbow goodness. I do rainbow a lot. Thinking probably a Stepping Stones block quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

M-R Charbonneau said...

I follow via Bloglovin.

A Joyful Chaos said...

I would make a little lap quilt for my daughter to use in the car. She is always cold in the back seat. :)

ajoyfulnoise(at)live(dot)com

M-R Charbonneau said...

I now follow you via Facebook. :)

Katrin said...

I plan a baby blanket for our baby who arrives in October. This fabric would look lovely in it. Thanks!

Lindsay Rodems said...

I would make a sweet little rainbow pinwheel quilt with these polka dots.

krislovesfabric said...

I am working on the Green Tea Sweet Beans quilt pattern and these would work in wonderfully, thanks for a chance :)

Emily C said...

I like to use dots as block corners and sashing.

Jen said...

I have 2 daughters (5 & 2) and this is perfect for making them hats, doll blankets, quilts, etc.

Lindsay Rodems said...

I am a new Facebook follower!

Jen said...

I follow you on Feedly

Jen said...

I follow you on FB

Heidi Staples said...

I love using dotty prints as mixers in my patchwork projects. These are so cute!

PersimonDreams said...

I like to use dots as my 'solids' in backgrounds...adds extra interest! Thanks for the chance! lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com

Desiree said...

I seriously love polka dots. I think I'd use this in a rainbow quilt my daughter has requested :)

glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

Melanie said...

I think I'd pair them with a white solid and make pinwheels. Anything left over would go into the stash because dots are perfect stash fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

Desiree said...

FB fan- Desiree Glaze

glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

Sue Daurio said...

I've got some larger dots that would love to be paired with these for triangle quilt, so cute. thanks for the chance to win!

Anita said...

I am collecting rainbow colours for ROYGBIG quilts so I would use these in those quilts! Thank you!

Sue Daurio said...

I'm a new follower, love your blog

Anita said...

I follow you on Bloglovin.

Two Wednesdays said...

I think I'd make a sew together bag (or two.....) They'd be great in a quilt too.

Desiree said...

follow on bloglovin- Desiree Glaze

glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

Two Wednesdays said...

I follow your blog ☺

Kris said...

I love dots and I think pairing them with other sized dots would make a cool quilt.

Two Wednesdays said...

I follow on Facebook too.

Wendy said...

dots are perfect for any project. I'd use the yellow in the quilt I'm making and save the rest for bindings, though they'd probably get used before then!

Wendy said...

I follow your blog

Wendy said...

I follow your shop on Instagram

Michelle said...

I think I would use them in some churn dash blocks I plan to make.

Michelle said...

I follow on IG

Anita said...

I follow you on Instagram and Facebook too! :)

nib said...

I would make my daughters dollies clothes.

Meg said...

Love these dots!

Sue said...

I love using polka dots for linings...they are so happy! Thanks for the chance to win!

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

I think it's safe to say that I'm obsessed with dots and use them in everything!!!

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

already a BL follower

Stephanie @ Quarter Incher said...

follow you on IG too

Sue said...

I am a follower!

nela said...

good to through into the mix for any kind of quilting project with a bit of dots and colour should be very exciting

Heidi Staples said...

I follow you on IG!

Ellyn said...

oh I am a dot freak! I would add them to my stash and they would make their way into every single project I do! Bags, quilts, clothes.... thanks for the chance!

Ellyn said...

I am a new blog follower

Ellyn said...

also a new facebook follower

JLVerde said...

I'd use those great dots in some of my charity sewing.

Debra said...

I would use the dots to make some darling little cosmetic bags to give for gifts.

JLVerde said...

Following on FB

Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) said...

My daughters LOVE polka dots, so I'd probably sew up some quilted bags for them to use to carry their sports gear. :)

debyeo at hotmail dot com

JLVerde said...

Following your blog.

Erin Davis said...

following on instagram!

Debra said...

I follow your blog on Bloglovin!

Debra said...

I'm a follower on Facebook too!

Aimee said...

I would likely use these to make next year's Easter basket for my daughter

Erin Davis said...

I think I'd use the fabric for a binding!

Aimee said...

Following your blog

Aimee said...

FB follow as Aimee Marie

Erin Davis said...

following on Bloglovin'!

sofen said...

Would be perfect for my wax crayon rolls!

jachelno at gmail dot com

sofen said...

I follow your blog by bloglovin

jachelno at gmail dot com

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

I am collecting fabric for a rainbow quilt. This would be perfect!

sofen said...

I follow you on Facebook

jachelno at gmail dot com

sofen said...

I follow you on Facebook

jachelno at gmail dot com

Patti said...

I'd love to make some pouches! Thanks for the chance.

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

I follow on feedly

Patti said...

I follow on IG. Thanks

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

I am a fb fan :)

riddleandwhimsy said...

I'd make a dotty quilt!!

Jo riddleandwhimsy [at] yahoo [dot] com

riddleandwhimsy said...

I follow you on instagram


Jo
riddleandwhimsy [at] yahoo [dot] com

SewSuzie said...

Dots are so versatile and go with any other patterns. I tend to use as accents or trim on clothing in particular. Maybe as a band around the hem.
sewsuzie at live dot com dot au

Rachael said...

i think i'd make a completely dotty, dresden cushion for me :)

Rachael said...

i'm a follower!

Rachael said...

and of course i like you on fb and IG

Verna A. said...

I can picture a jigsaw puzzle quilt with those fabrics!

Verna A. said...

And I'm a follower!

Lies bet said...

I love these bright colours! I would make a skirt for my daughter. liesbet_rombaut@hotmail.com

Kristen Jones said...

My daughter and I just started teaching ourselves to sew. We would use this bundle to build "stash" as we really don't have one yet. Probably would use some to attempt our first rag quilt soon! Wish us luck!

PymaGirl said...

Love polka dot bindings on my quilts! mmmjjjfff@yahoo.com

Buffy Skolnick said...

Great Colors! I'd add to a happy rainbow throw i am hoping to start soon!
buffyh_6 AT yahoo DOTCOM

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