Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Traveling Stash Giveaway!

Look what came in the mail!!!!
Traveling Stash Giveaway!

I was so excited when I came home last night and found this in  my coat room!  The Traveling Stash has arrived!  It was so much fun to look through, so many treasures! Ready for another Traveling Stash Giveaway?

Well, here it is! Here are some of the items that were included.

There's lots of fun fabric!

And cute patterns, notions and other treasures!
Here's what I took.....
Aren't these cute fabric fat quarters!  I see a modern quilt made out of these, wouldn't the adorable embroidered flower make the perfect tag for this quilt....

I have a thing for stripes.... couldn't pass these up.  Also love, love aprons and wear them all the time!  Thank you Traveling Stash for the lovely additions to my sewing stash!

Here's what I added!

2 floral fat quarters
Minnesota fabric fat quarter
1/2 yard fall floral
1/2+ Christmas fabric

1 tea towel
The following Quilt Doodle Patterns; "Kringle Mug Rug", "Witchy Poo", "Christmas Dash" and "Grandpa's Pumpkin Table Runner"

And last but not least, added to the box... a package of 2" Thangles and a "Puppy Love" quilt kit!  Enjoy!!!
Now how do you win? and what are the rules?
1. Be an active blogger. Post about receiving the box and the giveaway on your blog in a timely manner.
2. There's a note in the box that logs where the box has been. Please add your info and place the note back in the box.
3. There's a list of Rules and Guidelines in the box. Please read and follow these and return the list to the box.
4. You may take anything you like from the box. Just replace every item with comparable quilt shop quality items equal to the amount taken.
5. Ship the box to the next person in a reasonable amount of time.
6. Due to the amount of postage shipping is only within the USA.

1. Leave a comment on this post about your first sewing project ever! (Mine was a wrap around corduroy skirt) 
2. For a second chance, you can follow my blog, not that I am all that exciting! Comment that you have.
3. For a third chance, mention this giveaway on your blog. Comment that you have.
The giveaway ends on Wednesday, July 11th. I will draw the winning number using random.org and get the package in the mail! Be sure that I have a way to get in touch with you!

Good luck everyone!  It was so much fun to go through the stash and take and add! 

Happy quilting and perfect stitches to you!


  1. My first sewing project ever (that I can remember) is an apron that I made in Camp Fire Girls.

  2. I am already a follower of your blog.


  3. My first sewing project was a sleeveless shift when I was 10 years old. I made it but dont ever remember wearing it.

  4. My first sewing project was an apron in 4-H - 7 or 8 yrs. old.

  5. My first project was quilt I did for a friend.. it was over 8 years ago now..

  6. My first sewing project was a smock type shirt in Home Economics. . .I loved it! It was made with black gingham and I used purchased bias tape instead of doing a hem on the bottom.

    I don't remember what kind of a grade I got; but I know I wore that thing to death.

  7. my first sewing project was a hexi quilt...don't think I ever did finish that sucker!

  8. The first thing I ever sewed was an apron in a Grade 7 sewing class. I got hooked on sewing then. The sewing class teacher gave me a perfect score.

  9. My first sewing project was a dress made in a summer sewing class. It was orange broadcloth with with trim. Loved that dress:) Thanks for a chance to win this stash!

  10. My first project was a straight skirt with a matching floppy hat. I wor it to The first day of school in fourth grade. It was during the 60's and floppy hats were all the rage!

  11. I just blogged about this on my blog.

  12. My first project was in 9th grade home ec. we had to make a skirt and back then I was not a skirt girl, Funny, I am now for work but that was many many moons ago. Didn't like and never picked up a needle and thread again until 10 years ago and got the quilting bug from my mother. I am now following your blog- which is fantastic.

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