Friday, May 22, 2009

Thimbleblossoms pattern and charm pack giveaway..

*****NOTE ***** Dotti White was chosen as the WINNER!! thanks for ALL your comments!
Since Moda has been on the brain these past days/weeks/months...what better way to start the weekend than none other than a giveaway!!!!
I bought some Thimbleblossoms patterns in April and a BUNCH of ric rack from Camille's Etsy shop. On top of that..a nearby quilt shop is sadly closing. So I picked up a few things for some giveaways here in the next weeks. The giveaway this round is 'on pins and needles' pattern and
a Cotton Blossom charm pack!!!

Here are the "rules".
Leave a comment with an idea of a project you'd like to see on Moda Bakeshop.....make sure that IF your profile is not public then leave your blog address, web address or email somewhere in your comment...or I won't be able to contact you as a winner. Since this is a holiday weekend...I'll draw Sunday May 24th.
Want another chance? spread the word on your blog then comment back to me...so I can check it out and give you another entry~!!!!!

64 comments:

Jen said...

What a cute charm pack. I'd love to make a charm pack bag out of those!!!

Betsy said...

I would love to see an adult skirt on moda bake shop. A simple easy, peasy skirt. Love ThimbleBlossoms!

magnhild said...

I'd like to see some different runners on the Bake Shop... theirs only been one or two?

Kari said...

How about a softie out of a layer cake? Maybe a bird? Or since Christmas fabric is coming out it could be a dove softie Christmas ornament made with a charm pack or layer cake.

Kari said...

I've got a post about it on my blog too!

Megan said...

Thanks for hosting the giveaway! I'd love to see a tutorial on how to make a lunchbox or a cozy for a water bottle.

PunkiePie said...

Softie is a good idea. Eco-friendly shopping bag.... table runner.... home accessories, I know there's a lampshade on the site today.

I'm out of ideas.

Posted too: http://misspunkiepie.blogspot.com/2009/05/giveaway-giveaway-giveaway.html

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Great giveaway! I'd like to see an easy strippy vest :-)

Stacey said...

I would like to see more charm pack projects on MBS cuz i am living in smaller quarters for now, and have been buying charm packs but not sure what to do with them now.

Christine said...

That is such a cute pattern and charm pack. I would definitely like to see a simple head scarf/headband or a windshield covers. It gets to hot in the car in the summer not to have them but all of the ones I have seen are silver. :)

Dandelion Quilts said...

WHAT a great giveaway! Thanks for the fun. I would love to see a cute bag on the Bakeshop.

rachel griffith said...

okay...i know i'm on the moda bake shop with you...but i have to have a go at camille's stuff.
i heart her!!!

now for that idea...
i love tablerunners. you could never have too many, in my opinion.
so how about a nifty vickie tablerunner made out of a charm pack.

rainylakechick said...

LOVE the charm pack. I would like to see a project for making pillowcases or embellished pillowcases. We always make quilts, but what about pillowcases? :)

Annelies Dease said...

How about some Christmas themed project....yeah, I know it is early, but then it gives us a chance to get things done!!! XX Annie

ferne said...

I would like to see a case to hold all of my small templates and rulers. I love Moda Bakeshop and have a notebook full of their projects.

Thimbleanna said...

What a fun giveaway -- I'm with Annelies -- I'll go with something Christmas related.

L. Jane E. said...

So I would love to see something for around the house, like curtains, tablecloth, or something art-y like a cool wall hanging.

I Love Baby Quilts! said...

I'd like to see a crib set.

Janet said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I'd like to see an inventive charm pack bag on the moda bake shop site. I love bags made from charm packs. Can a quilter ever have too many bags? :0)

Sara said...

I would love to see some more purses or bags. I just love these collections because I am not good at matching fabrics for a project.

free indeed said...

I'm like Sara, I have a hard time coordinating fabrics and my source for fabrics doesn't sell by line. So, ordering FQs etc on line by designer is a great help. Maybe have articles on coordinating colors? I know that's not a craft project, but maybe incorporate a mini class with a tabletopper for practice?

Linda T said...

I'd love to see more of the same. There are such fun things on the site - I'm sure I'll eventually decide which one to do first.

EclecticStitcher said...

I love Moda Bakeshop!!! I'm a fairly new quilter and I love the charm packs ~ everything is coordinated for me! I would love to see more home decor items, small wall hangings with perhaps some applique....I'm already in love with the fabric lamp shade just posted. And I would just die to win this giveaway!!!!!
Lauralee
spencefamily@windstream.net

Terry said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Everyone has already left comments about the things I'd like to see at the bake shop. I love all the things I see on there, if I only had the time to make them all! :0)

Perfect Heirlooms said...

I would love to see a quilted drawstring backpack or maybe an adult skirt :)

donminic22 at hotmail dot com

Sherri said...

I love Camille patterns and fabric!!! How about fabric covered baskets or boxes?

trudys_person said...

I would love to see a pattern/tutorial for a photo album on Moda Bake Shop - 12" x 12" maybe? Love charm packs in general!

dotti white said...

I love everything that I have seen on the Moda Bakeshop. I think the runners are amazing but also bags are incredibly fun! Someone else mentioned a strippy vest--I thought that was a great idea, too. What about a cosmetic/stash type of bag? Have a great weekend!

two hippos said...

I would love an adult skirt (perfect for summer) tutorial.

Chookyblue...... said...

anymore ideas using the layer cakes with out cutting into them???? Well not cutting them into heaps of little pieces
Goodluck.......

Lissa Jane said...

g'day Vickie

how about a christmas in july theme, (might actually get finished for christmas 20???) I love the charm packs, I have bought so many but can't bear to cut into them! LOL crazy yep thats me! or a sewing set (sewing machine mat/pockets, bag, pincushion needlebook etc) yes I know they have all been done before, but with your twist.. or how about a book bag, library bag, armchair caddy.. I guess its endless what you can use charm packs to make..

it is sad when your local closes down, we've lost so many here where I live, the big chain has pushed out all the dress making fabric stores, so I wonder how long it will be before all the quilt shops go too???


take care

Becky said...

I'd like to see a small wall--hanging using charm packs. Also, I'd love more table-runners. Thanks for asking! Love your items for your give-away! Thanks for sharing!

Carol said...

I would like to see 3-D coasters of a hexagon shape!
libertythreads@charter.net

Have a great weekend!

junglewife said...

I'd love to see bags (purses, totes, etc), of course baby quilts, table runners, etc. I love all the ones that have been on that I would have never thought of, though! Like the newest one - the lampshade, and also the beaded "curtains" - so creative!
junglewife (at) gmail (dot) com

Patsy said...

I would love to see a Moda summer easy jacket...maybe even a short sleeve one, for an adult. Also, I woud love to see a cute skirt for a very tall 8 year old (my grandaughter Sydney). All the cute girlie patterns don't come in size girl 10 for a skinny ballerina girl.

Adrianne said...

I'd love to see something for a little boy. Moda has great fabrics but I've had a horrible time finding boy centric patterns for anything, shirt, vest, bag, quilt, shoes, hat, toy ect. Love cotton blossoms!! blondysue@yahoo.com

Sandy said...

I'd like to see pincushions...really clever ones or unusual tablerunners. Great giveaway!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would like to see a ironing board cover or a Christmas stocking.

Renee G said...

I would like to see how the wrapped and folded ornaments are made.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo.com

sweetbabies00 said...

Always things with charm packs. I seem to always pick them up. I would like to see an apron with charm squares. Easy baby quilts with charms, maybe 4 patch with charms and alternate with one fabric block.
I love your blog. It's my go-to one and I check out all the others from yours.
:)

Sarah C said...

i have to second (or whatever number I am now) that more charm pack ideas would be great.

not sure if it would work, but maybe a toy or softie that could be made from leftover pieces from different charm packs/jelly rolls, etc.

DianeM said...

Good Morning - I'd like to see some coordinating pillows made from the fabric squares with maybe some bird appliques...I've also always thought charm squares could be used to make something with a snowball block to really show off the fabrics...a lap quilt or runner?
Smiles, DianeM :)

Sue Cahill said...

I would like to see tea cozys, I think they are actually quite useful for those that steep tea in a pot and can be very cute.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

ske3my said...

that's a really cute thimbleblossom pattern .. love pincushions .. i would like to see some kind of fabric envelope big enough to put a wip in to be able to take to class .. i know i can use plastic envelopes, but i want something pretty ... karen ca ske3my@sbcglobal.net

jaybird said...

I'd like to see more projects that combine more than one type of precut.. like a charm/jelly roll combo kinda thing!

Tudy said...

I love bags of all kinds. One to carry small projects would be nice.

Carla said...

My, I love that!! I'd love to see more pincushions, strip table runner. Off to blog about you. :)

Carla said...

Blogged, :)

annemarie said...

I love Moda Bake Shop - would love to see pincushion patterns and holiday patterns - especially Christmas and Easter ideas.

Sungurl said...

I would love to see a cute patchwork mixer stand cover at the bakeshop....thanks for the fun blog :)
sunrunnercreations@gmail.com

Jan in TN said...

I think I would see some really cute pincushion patterns to be made out of charm packs.

Carol said...

I love the Moda Bake Shop. I would like to see more table runner patterns and tote bags. Love Camille's pincushion pattern.

Carol
carol0409@cox.net

julia said...

Hi Vicky,
oh this pattern is on my mind since Camille showed it on her blog...yummy! {Reminds me that I still haven't sewn a pincushion for myself - dang! ;o)}
Hmmm...what would I love to see at the MBS? I love layer cakes...so perhaps a quilt using layer cakes...with some appliqué {I know, it isn't a spectactular idea, but this is what I like most}...table runner...some more ideas using honey buns...
I'm sure you'll come up with a gorgeous idea, as always ;o)
Hugs, Julia

Barbara Myltschenko said...

What a great giveaway! I would love to see a tie, one for a little boy and matching for daddy! There's always cute things to make girls out there, but not a lot for the men in my life! I can already see it great in neptune or something moda!

CuteStuffInside said...

I just got a new laptop and I'd love to make a really nice case for it - that's what I'd like to see.

S.W.A.K.

AwtemNymf said...

S-W-E-E-T! Love the charm pack (i love charm packs)! Great Give-Away! I'd love to see a tea cozy- that'd be so cute!
Off to blog about you now! :O)
~A~

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

I'd like projects that feature layer cakes, jelly rolls, and charm pack. I love the current lamp shade project. I'm going to do it--maybe several of them.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

P.S. I also posted a link on my blog.

Susan said...

I'd love to see an idea for placemats at the Moda Bakeshop. Anything fast and cute is fun for me!

Julie said...

I am not so creative, which is why I check out Moda Bake Shop...for ideas. I do love charm packs, easy to use, so I love to see more projects with them. I am needing something to hang on the wall in the bathroom...maybe a quilted picture put into a frame? (A wall quilt gets too dusty from the steamy weather in there!)
prjule@gmail.com

skoots1mom said...

i crochet baby caps for cancer babies...but i thought for summer it would be good to do little headbands...
do you have any headband patterns?

quiltmom said...

I would like to see a lunch bag pattern or tote bags. I came to your blog via Blackberry Creek.
Thanks for hosting a giveaway.
Regards.
Anna

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I like to see more ideas for pincushions! Thanks!

Sandy in Buenos Aires said...

Great giveaway! I love the charm pack and I'd love to see a cute bag or table runner at Moda Bake Shop.
Hugs,
Sandy-