Monday, May 21, 2012

Giveaway Day, Package #1


This giveaway is now closed. The winner is comment #53 (random.org). Congratulations to Cindy of Creating at Home. You should receive an email shortly!
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Welcome! So glad to have you here from Sew Mama Sew! I love giveaway day -- it is so much fun to participate in, both giving and winning! I have two fun giveaways today, the first is for a caffeinated package! The winner will receive two coffee cozies (one floral fabric one and one variegated blue crocheted one), a small package of French Vanilla Godiva coffee, and an assortment of recipe cards.

This giveaway is open until 5 pm on Friday, May 25. You have two ways to win:
  1. Leave a comment telling me what you plan to craft this summer. Are you getting started on Christmas gifts? Are you making something for the home?
  2. Tweet about this giveaway (@themegababe) or follow me in any way. Leave a comment letting me know what you did!
Only two entries per person / IP address. One comment per entry. Giveaway closes at 5 pm on Friday, May 25. Winners will be announced by Sunday. 
Check out my other giveaways here (supplies) and at NewlyWife (coasters or supplies); the rest of the entries are at Sew Mama Sew.

72 comments:

  1. I have grand plans for crafting this summer, but I just had a baby, so those might be pipe dreams. We'll see. Some aprons, a dress for me, some baby things. . .

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  2. I am a follower through Google reader.

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  3. I am trying to start knitting another sweater, and want to brainstorm Christmas gifts! Thanks for the chance!!

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  4. I plan on making baby items for my best friend! she's due in september!

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  5. I'm working on my Christmas cross-stitch. I'm also working on a hand sewn quilt for my son. This will take forever. *L*

    Tracy
    lusive.tracy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. I plan on making some sun dresses for my girls and maybe some shorts for my son. :)
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  7. skirts for summer
    fingers crossed! treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  8. LOVE the package you made! I definitely need some cute recipe cards, and I also need some nice cozies to carry around with me. :)
    For crafting this summer, I'll hopefully have a few commissions to finish. That'll keep me pretty busy! If those don't pan out, I'll always have a lot of antique quilt tops (more than I ever really need... *grin*) that need to be quilted and finished.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  9. I'm a follower now, too ~

    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  10. I'm getting as many baby projects done as I can before #2 gets here in August.

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  11. Oh my :O coffee! I'm a coffee lover and I drink like, 7 cups a day.

    I'm planning to make some jewellery.... For friends. Planning, planning, planning... I always forget o_o And some lovely bookmarks.


    fetachan@gmail.com

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  12. I follow via twitter - @fetadesu


    fetachan@gmail.com

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  13. I plan to craft some baby girl clothes :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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  14. Favorited your Etsy shop :)

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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  15. I've already started on new kitchen curtains, placemats etc. I also want to do (or at least start) a quilt for my bed.

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  16. I bought enough yarn to knit/crochet 3 different afghans. I'll be very busy indeed. Once I finally get started, it will go really quickly.

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  17. My sister's expecting her first baby in August, so my summer crafting is, for now, a hand made quilt. Once that's done, I'll start seeing what else I can sew for my soon-to-be-niece.

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  18. I have to make curtains for my little girls room, we have been in our house 6 months and she still has a blanket at the window because hers are too short!

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  19. I am a follower of your blog and would love to be entered in your giveaway. I plan on crocheting some lapghans this summer.

    Linda

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  20. I am making several washcloths for our church craft sale, plus some hats for adults and babies and would like to make some potholders too. We will see if it all happens or not but would love to spend some time crafting this summer. Thank you for the chance

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  21. Coming into winter here but am already doing Xmas things

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  22. I will be dying yarn and felt like crazy to use in my classroom next year

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  23. i'm making a baby quilt for my littlest cousin, the colours match her room!

    you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  24. I'm embroidering some bedding for my brother-in-law and his fiancee for their wedding this summer (I need to get moving on them too!!)

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  25. Christmas gifts? I have not even though of those yet! I am working on some quilts this summer.

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  26. I am trying to learn to knit, so I'm spending this summer practicing by making hoards of dishcloths!

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  27. A chapter of Project Linus (http://www.projectlinus.org/index.html) just opened in my area, and I hope to spend all summer making as many quilts and receiving blankets as my sewing machine can handle :)

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  28. I like to make Christmas ornaments and clothing. :)

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  29. Oh yay! What a great giveaway :-) This summer, I'm working on a ton of tiny things (headbands, barrettes, bobby pin rosettes, etc) to bring to craft shows this fall. :-)

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  30. I just started following you on twitter :-)

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  31. Mmm... coffee... :) This summer I'm teaching art classes to teens and tweens around my state, so I'll be crafting up a storm! The three projects I'm teaching are art journals, painting, and stitched sleep masks, so a wide range! If I'm not tuckered out from all that teaching, I plan on making a lot of art journal pages :)

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  32. I plan to make bunting this summer for our tent at folk festivals.

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  33. We are DIYing our kitchen this summer, does that count? :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  34. I really should get my son's shirt done. And his wool sweater. And my granny square blanket. And ...

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  35. I'm sewing a bedding set for my best friend's soon to be baby girl, and reproduction traditional Dutch clothing for my kids and nieces/nephew to wear to a Dutch festival next spring.

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  36. I want to sew dresses for my daughter who is starting school this fall.

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  37. i'm working on summer clothes for my 4 year old and i'm determined to tackle zippers!
    thanks for the giveaway.

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  38. First up is a pair of historically accurate hand-spun, hand-knit socks (size 13, mid calf) for a guy that does mountain man rendez-vous. It's a lot of boring white knitting. Lots of things in queue once I get done with these monsters.

    majorasue(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  39. Hi Megan-lovely giveaway! This summer I am planning to work on crocheting flowers for several scarves I finished over the year. I'd also like to learn some of the newer "granny squares" patterns. I like portable projects I can take with me and crocheting fits the bill!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.
    Margaret
    curetons5@verizon.net

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  40. I am actually hoping to pick back up on crocheting. I did it a lot growing up, but haven't done it in years!

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  41. SUMMMER!! no school? I'm going to do as much as I can, learn as much as I can, and Christmas projects over the summer? Not a bad idea! Teehee thanks for the post! ^^

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  42. I'd like to sew some pillowcases, some needle rolls for a swap, home made stuff like seasonings, jellys, syrups and so on and I also have my 12-Monkeys-Socks project (1 pair of socks eatch month)
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. Seriously hard to decide what I'm making next! I am going to try to up-cycle some t-shirts. And work on Christmas present ideas. Not quite sure what yet

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  44. I have a lot of plans for this summer: I make jewels and I'm trying new techniques with brass and copper... I like experiments!
    thanks for this great giveaway
    ciao dall'Italia
    joyblonde at libero.it

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  45. I just had a baby, so I plan on making lots of blankets, bonnets, and baby leg warmers!

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  46. I have long wanted to make coasters but never got to do them.
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  47. This summer I'd like to finish a few quilt UFO's and get them quilted up for Christmas gifts.

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  48. This summer I really need to get a headstart on Christmas gifts because money is tight and I need to focus on making things for people. I also plan to continue to work on my art journal!

    Just in case, my contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com.

    Thanks for participating in the giveaway and for offering such a great prize!

    Have a wonderful day,
    Maureen

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  49. I am following you via GFC - Maureen H.

    My contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com.

    Thanks for the additional entry!

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  50. I'm determined that I will get a head start on Christmas gifts this year. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. LOL Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. I'm your newest follower! Thanks for hosting such a nice giveaway!

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  52. This summer I'm working on crocheting birthday and graduation gifts for my friends and family. =)

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  53. A great giveaway! This summer I am working on my first quilt!
    smcintosh12(at)gmail(dot)com

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  54. I do art shows and craft sales in the fall and I spend the summer making quilts and bags all summer.

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  55. some table runners and a couple of baby quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. My daughter and I are both finishing up quilts we started last summer!

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  57. I'm making a quilt for my sister :)

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  58. I always think that I am going to get an early start on making Christmas gifts but summer is usually way too busy.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  59. i am planning on making a large quilt this summer, but now that you mention it i may get started on some xmas gifts early too

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  60. I'm making string blocks and one day they will be a quilt. Thanks

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  61. Love the giveaway. i'm altenating right now between quilting a large queen size, working on an aplique wall hanging, finishing some small felt candle mats and trying to finish a long term counted cross stich project from a few years ago. hmmm I think i need to pick one and finish it.....

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  62. I'm going to try and build stock for selling at a Christmas market this summer. thanks for the chance!

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  63. we just purchased a new home so I am busy with curtains, rugs, and throws for the new place.

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  64. I'm going to finish making a castle and some dragons for my kids (and some pajamas too). The list of projects is so long and summer is so short!

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  65. im going to do a ton of knitting this summer to get read for fall :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  66. Good idea getting started on Christmas gifts! Other than that I hope to hone my beginners knitting skills.

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  67. I will make a large doily this summer. Summers are the only time I can sit and concentrate on a project so I like to make something special that I don't have time for during the rest of the year. I can hardly wait for summer to get here!

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  68. I'm planning to sew a few summer skirts.

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  69. Oh my. Started on Christmas? Not a chance. It feels like I just finished last Christmas' projects (I had one flow into Jan). Right now I'm working on a knitted tunic for my daughter

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  70. Slippers and a jersey top for me. I need to finish a dress for my daughter, and I am overdue for some cute boy clothes for my son. I need to finish two quilts and start a third, all for babies.

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