Saturday, 8 December 2012

Giveaway (now closed) & Destash


De-stash!

Back here I mentioned that I needed to make some extra space and intended doing a little de-stashing.  Well I have finally gotten around to sorting out some of my fabric and my de-stash is listed below.  I also realised that I had missed my 3 year blogaversary so promised a giveaway before Christmas.  I missed the Sew Mama Sew giveaway day but there are some charm packs to give away below at the end of the post!


De-stash Momo Wonderland



Momo Wonderland - now out of print.  10 Fat Quarters £30 (plus postage) or 20 FQs for £55 (plus postage)


De-stash Tanya Whelan Dolce
The colours on these are much more vivid in real life - stupid winter light!!!

Tanya Whelan Dolce: 8 Fat Quarters (blues, pinks & oranges or pinks & lavenders) £20 (plus postage) or all 24 FQs for £55 (plus postage)


De-stash Tula Pink Hushabye

I know a few people were interested in the Tula Pink Hushabye Fat Quarters but they have all already gone!  But I do have some bits that I cut which include 30 of the prints in this line.

Layer Cake: 42 10x10" squares - £25 (plus postage)
Jelly Roll: 42 2.5"x width of fabric strips - £25 (plus postage)
Charm Squares: 50 5x5" squares - £10 or £7.50 with anything else (plus postage)
Scraps: selection of pieces 280g - £10 or £7.50 with anything else (plus postage)


De-stash Sweetwater Sunkissed Layer Cake

Sweetwater Sunkissed Layer Cake (unopened) £25 (plus postage)


De-stash Amy Butler Soul Blossoms Jelly Roll


Amy Butler Soul Blossoms Jelly Roll (unopened) £25 (plus postage)


De-stash Momo Just Wing It Jelly Roll


Momo Just Wing It Jelly Roll (unopened) £25 (plus postage)

If you are interested in any of the above email me at the address at the top of the blog - don't just leave a comment as it may get lost in amongst the others!

And now that you've made it to the end the giveaway!  I still have lots and lots of Charm Packs so I am giving away the winner's choice of 2 from the selection below.
Giveaway - choose 2 charm packs
Top left two are Kona Solids & top right two are Kaufman in pinks and reds


Giveaway now closed!

No jumping through hoops - just leave me a comment telling me what you would do with these charm packs or anything else random you want to tell me about yourself!  (I won't complain if you do want to publicise my giveaway/destash though - thanks!)

Open internationally and I will choose the winner next Saturday (15th)




30 comments:

  1. I would cheerfully kill for the Sunkissed layer cake to make a cheer-me-up happy quilt as I've been ill for the last ten days

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  2. I'd split them with mum! (but I'd keep hometown cos I'd love that for my much dreamed of low volume project... Good luck with the de-stash, some gorgeous prints there!

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  3. I'd give the Hometown to Sarah for her LV project and keep the other (maybe one of the solids?) to make a couple of cushions for myself. Hope the destash goes well!

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  4. I really love Rouenneries and Hometown so I would spend a lot of time admiring them before cutting them into a lap quilt and cushions.

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  5. Thanks for a great giveaway! I'm loving HSts at the moment and charm packs are great for this!

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  6. I'm kind of itching to make another solids only quilt so I would use those Kona charms for that!
    Have fun destashing :)

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  7. I think if I won, they would go into my stash for a good long time as well. My stash is growing, but sewing output reducing!

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  8. I am collecting solid charms for a quilt top and I love Hometown, but would have to wait for the perfect project for it. Thanks for teh chance to win!

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  9. I'd make patchworky things? What kind of patchworky things? No idea, I have sunday brain today!

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  10. I think i like Hometown or panache the most, just lovely! : )

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  11. Oh fabulous giveaway Amanda'i have a gazillion projects in my head, and from next week, the time to them at last!

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  12. Cushions! Charm packs are great for that and I like them for trying out designs without committing to an entire quilt.

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  13. Well done for destashing - I'm sure I would benefit from doing the same! What I need to ask is how did you make the Amy Butler jelly roll look like it was floating? I'd love some charms I'd be inclined to use them in some of my scrap projects if that's allowed! thanks for the chance

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  14. ohh I'd love the solids charm packs, I never seem to buy them and when I do they go before I can blink.

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  15. What a lot you are getting rid of! You have a lovely choice of charms too! Congrats on your 3 year anniversary! Jxo

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  16. Oh what fun! I have some cute wall-hanging patterns that are made from charm packs, and yours would be a great start.

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  17. I have the More Nickel Quilts book and there are a few patterns I want to do out of it.

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  18. I'd go for the hometown as it would be useful for a quilt I'm going to make in the new year and maybe one of the kona charms as I've not done much with solids only an this might tempt me - maybe a cushion or something.

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  19. Lovely giveaway, Amanda. If I won I think I would use them towards my aim to do a postage stamp quilt at some point in the not too distant future. Thanks for the chance.

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  20. What a fabulous giveaway. I think I would plump for the Kona solids or maybe the Kaufman or maybe one of each! I think I'd make a quilt to snuggle under whilst on the sofa

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  21. what a wonderful giveaway. I'm very much a beginner quilter and I am in the process of finished my second quilt. Going to have hand quilting/basting a try. I love the colors in the Hello, my name is.... and these are the colors in my youngest daughters room and I know she would treasure a home made quilt.

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  22. No idea what I'd use them for yet but I like Odysea and Panache. If all fails I could chop them into quarters and use them in a scrap vomit quilt- I have a basket of 2 1/2" squares I'm collecting from my scraps right now.

    (kerryATpenny-dog.co.uk) http://blog.pennydog.com

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  23. I think I'd make them into some lap quilts/baby quilts to have on hand for gifts :)

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  24. Not really used charm packs before so would like to give them a try as my bigger project alongside my first attempt at English Paper Piecing now that someone has given me a lesson!!! Paper ordered and ready to go. Many thanks!! Kelly

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  25. I always say I'm going to destash, but I can't do it! Impressive:)

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  26. Wow you have THE most impressive stash and to de-stash and hold a giveaway is great for us ;) Thanks for the chance!! Off to email you about some of the fabric above!! Merry Christmas.

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    1. I retweeted :) And forgot to answer the question!! I am planning on trying to do a chevron and these precut squares would certainly help that!! Thanks for the chance!

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  27. I have eyed up Rouennieres sooooo many different times. I would use it to make a quilt for the brand new day bed we are ordering this weekend. The colours would be perfect in our "dining" room.

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  28. i'd love the rouennieres to make my mom a pillow (cushion) cover to match the quilt i made her last christmas. i'd love the hometown for myself, but have no idea what i'd make!

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  29. Usually I use blues and greens in my quilts and they're mostly scrap quilts. I'm now trying to plan them using specific collections and colours, and it's time for some Kaufman red and pink. The pattern that is highest on my to do list is Orange Soda, one of the many made popular by Katy Jones.

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