Giveaway Day!


I'm excited to participate for the second time in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! This time, we're giving away this tea wallet from CJ's Craft Corner (my mom's Etsy shop - free shipping through Dec. 11!), and two fat quarters of fabric. I don't have pictures of the fat quarters, but both of them will be in the blue color family.

To win, leave a comment on this post by Sunday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m. EST. I'd love to hear what you are making for holiday gifts, and feel free to leave links to tutorials if you have them. I'll randomly choose one comment to win both the tea wallet and the fat quarters. Be sure I have a way to contact you if you win! I'll contact the winner and announce the winner here on my blog sometime on Monday, December 7.

Thanks for visiting and check out all of the other amazing giveaways!!

Comments

Hootie said…
Tea Wallets are popular this year...but a much needed item for tea lovers! The blues and circles are adorable!

Count me in on your giveaway! :)
You have my dream job . . . children's librarian! I have made a quilt, children's cape, tote bags, an ikebana container, scarf, etc. for Christmas gifts this year.
Laurel said…
I promised to make all of my aunts tea wallets when they fell in love with my mom's - but I am so behind that I would LOVE to have an addition to my pile! Yeah, I have a LOT of aunts. =)
Michele said…
I'm giving a few quilts for Christmas. They just need binding! Have a wonderful holiday. I'm off to check out the shop. Free shipping is always tempting!
penguins said…
Super cute name of your blog! And the mint green tea wallet is just yummy looking.
I"m making flannel bed sheets for the kids and a knit hat for DH!
Merry Christmas!
Lauren G said…
Found you on sew mama sew. What a fun time seeing what everyone else is making! I would love to have the wallet, mine is breaking right now! My email is laurengreutman@gmail.com. Hope I win!!!
Rachael Adele said…
Thanks for being so generous! I'm a librarian, too, and am hosting a tea at the library tomorrow!
Dee said…
Pencil roll up for a niece, two doll baby quilts for another niece, the other niece is a bag to carry around, a Friendship Bag for a friend, and a fabric basket filled with dog bone shaped cookies for our mail lady who leaves our doggie treats!

Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway!
Merry Christmas!
mayhem5@softhome.net
http://thequiltingdee.blogspot.com/
Jackie Russell said…
Love the tea wallet! I have been wanting to make one but one of those things that I never get around to doing.
Grace said…
This would be PERFECT for my mom for Christmas. Pick me!!

I still have lots to make - headbands, skirts...
ktb38 said…
Adorable! this year, I'm knitting four things. A pair of basic fingerless gloves, a pair of fair-isle mitts, a pair of mary jane type slippers and a bokaclava, which is like a balaclava, but has horns. And a tongue sticking out. It's from Dr.Who.
Sue Cahill said…
Love your tea wallet...if I won I would give it to my Mom who is a retired Children's Librarian.

I make a christmas wallhanging or small quilt for a member of my family each year, this year it's my sisters turn.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)
christin said…
I'm making a wristlet for my sister:) Lovely prize!! Thanks!
christinbanda at yahoo dot com
Anya said…
I'm making some fabric ornaments for gifts. Thanks for the chance!
jennirowles said…
I'm crocheting coffee cozies and making headbands for all of my college students on my executive boards.
Melissa said…
I'm supposed to be making Christmas stockings... we'll see if it happens, though!
Thanks!
Jenn said…
i'm making a bunch of little appliqued onesies for my friends with babies for christmas! thanks!
Steph said…
Very, very cool! And visit my blog to enter the drawing for a few things, including TEA! :-)

Thanks for your generosity,
stephanie
stephw3-at-yahoo
Cassie said…
I am making so many handmade gifts from dolls (Martha's Black Apple Doll pattern) to table runners (my own freehand).

Happy Holidays!
cassandra.pendergraff@gmail.com
Betsy said…
Love the tea wallet and eager to see the FQs.

I am currently working on a knitted baby blanket for a friend, so not much other crafting going on. But I have plans for a Christmas-themed runner for my dining table, and if it is successful, a spring one to follow!
jennji said…
oooh, great idea for the tea wallet. I am now going to make something similar for my mother, an avid tea drinker and frequent traveller. I'm also making a purse for a niece, a play house for my son, and a "man purse" for my DH to house his ipod, phone, wallet etc.
jennjiterrell at yahoo dot com
Natural Violet said…
I love it. Great idea! I knitting socks for everyone this year. Actually I should be working on them right now, but so many blogs.
MichelleM said…
The tea wallet is so cute! Never had one. I'm making lots of quilts.
Rachel said…
I just love the tea wallet, it's such a great idea. My Christmas crafting consists mostly of making dress-up items for my two little nieces. I'm having a great time doing it!
free indeed said…
Ha! I was planning on making a few tea wallets myself to give to a few special friends...great minds think alike perhaps??? Always up for a few new fabrics to play with. THanks for participating.
GloJoeSews said…
What a cute idea. I never even heard of a tea wallet. Love to win one and try it out. This Christmas I'm working on two quilts and a couple of bags for gifts.
I'm making lots of scrappy fabric belts from juicy bits' tutorial.
a_heart4home(at)yahoo(dot)com
Cori Lewis said…
I'm not making anything. Everyone has already got a quilt from me. I do have some I need to finish though.
Jenna Z said…
I am in the process of many a TON of travel tissue holders in cute fabrics like Wendy Slotboom - In The Beginning Lily Pond!
Jenna Z said…
I am in the process of making a TON of those travel tissue holders from cute fabric like Wendy Slotboom - In The Beginning Lily Pond!
Mama Lusco said…
Thank you for the giveaway! alusco@centurytel.net
Erica said…
How great! Count me in!
A cup of tea is all I want during these cold winter mornings!
SueAnn said…
I have so much on my mind to sew but a short time to get to it.....I'm having hand surgery on the 21st soooooo my stuff needs to be done by the 20th
sandyandcosmo said…
I could really use an extra tea wallet!
Jenny said…
These tea wallets are so cute!! would gift to my mom if my daughter would let them go!! love fat quarters of any color!!
Im making some pillows and a tote for the holidays (so far!) thanks for a chance.
calicodaisy said…
Hey there! Pretty blog, pretty blog title, pretty giveaway, and I would love to be a children's librarian. Well, not because I want to be aroudn the kids; I just love children's literature -- Patricia Pollacco is a favorite of mine! I'm making all sorts of things this season, but the greatest tutorials can be found at http://www.oneprettything.com/. I've been following that one since holiday season. Please stop by my blog, too. I've got a giveaway going on as well. -- michele
Desiree said…
I love the tea wallet. I am making a table runner for my mother in law. Thank you for the chance to win. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. -dez
simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com
Joanna said…
I am making monogramed napkins or towels, and I am cross-stitching small designs to attach to pillows or something, not quite sure yet. I love the tea carrier. Hope I win. Thank you.
Kristen said…
perfect for coupons!

i am making skirts, hats, scarves, dresses....i love little girl things and request to give to them at Christmas....also, a jingle ball and appliqued onsie for a boy!
Miss Prickly said…
Hi Carly,
That tea wallet is neat! I'm making two throw quilts for the holidays (the 3-2-1 quilt on sewmamasew), a pillow, several wristlets (one is a giveaway right now) and lots of hostess towels.
Sarah or Semmy said…
Busy making books, dolls, animals, and balls from fabric with embroidery for children's gifts.
Julie in WA said…
Tea wallets are so cute! I am making fabric bird ornaments this year, designed by Linda Lum Debono.
Paper Tiger said…
I'm making socks for Mom & Dad, I think--maybe some jewelry for Mom, too.
Ellyn said…
OH I'm a big tea drinker, love your giveaway! I'm making lots of crochet slippers this year
Tina said…
bathrobes and jammies for the little boys, table top ironing pads for my sister and mom, homemade soaps, wow, I have a lot of work to do!
Jessica said…
Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

I am making an apron, some stockings, a quilt, and some clothes for my daughter!
Sara said…
Please count me in on your giveaway. I think those tea wallets are adorable...

nhsarab at yahoo dot com
I'm making tote bags and coffee cozies for my family this year. I would love a tea wallet for ME.

Thanks for entering me in your drawing.
Lovely! Thanks for the opportunity.
Diane said…
This tea Wallet is so cute. Love the colors!
Jodi said…
Love the tea wallet. I know several people who could use one.
neeliarose said…
I have never seen a tea wallet before! Adorable and very practical (especially for me... someone who loses everything in her purse).

This year I'm making a few wallets, a scarf or two and maybe some high waistted shorts.

neeliarose (at) gmail (dot) com
Trudy Callan said…
I am making scarves and pincushions.

Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. I am also doing a giveaway. I have two blogs, www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com and www.artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com

My 9 year old daughter is having a giveaway on her sewing blog as well, www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

Hope you'll stop by and have a look around and enter our giveaways.

Have a blessed day.

Trudy
ILuvBNaMom said…
How cute! What a great holiday gift to give. Some of the things on my list to make are: checkerboard, aprons, coasters, hopscotch mat, shoe bags, bookmarks and fabric bowls.
Kim said…
here's my first and latest tutorial!

www.yellowsongbird.blogspot.com

such a great holiday craft.

those wallets are adorable. count me in!
Wrongtree09 said…
I'm working on a felt playhouse for my daughter, inspired, in part, by all the black widows I found in her plastic outdoor playhouse. Yikes!
Lisa B said…
I love the tea wallet! Sew cute!!
I'm making jammies for both kids, 2 new dresses for my daughter, grocery totes for "wrapping" gifts and doll clothes for my daughter and goddaughter. I should probably be sewing right now!! :)
Farscapegirl said…
Never even heard of tea wallets before, cute! Always need fabric stash - thanks for chance to win!
I'm making an appliqued tie onesie, baby headbands, family cookbook, pumpkin butter, return address labels, bookmarks, bookplates and cookies for holiday gifts.

shannon.mangerchine(at)gmail(dot)com
Megan Presley said…
I'm making apple butter and strawberry jam for my friends and family this time! Thanks for doing a giveaway! sales4mp@gmail.com
I am making a bible cover, purse, jewelry bag, messenger bag, lap quilt, apron, advent calendar, bed organizer, rice warming bags, and 7 super hero capes. Wow that sounds like a lot when I type it all out.
Wendy D. P. said…
I love the tea wallet - so cute! I'm making little baby doll quilts for two little girls in my life! I can't wait to give them!
idreamofquilts said…
This would be perfect for my girlfriend - a great gift idea! Oh, the only thing I'm making this year is a quilt for my grandfather!
Leslie said…
this is great...count me in! i love tea!!! thanks for coming to my blog, saying hello and entering the giveaway. good luck
Brooke said…
so cute! I want tostart drinking more tea! Or a great gift!
Megan said…
Wow, I didn't realize I needed a tea wallet until right now! Please sign me up!

And I'm making a few aprons, coasters, and beanies (crochet) for Christmas! I have a giveaway over on my blog too!

megan.nadalet at gmail dot com
Missy Melissy said…
I'd love this. I'm making aprons at the moment. Come check me out. I just became a Moda Bake Shop designer.
emtdlb said…
The wallet is really cute. And you can never go wrong with fq. Thank you for the chance. Right now little hot pads for the table are my pet projects.
Love fabric, love tea! Perfect gift for me!
Have a Merry Christmas!
marcela said…
Oh my! love them. The tea wallet would be perfect for my mom. Thanks for sharing. Will cross my fingers.
(markymarcela (at) hotmail(dot) com)
April in Autumn said…
I'll be making market bags for friends this year.

I used to be a librarian in OH (Wadsworth in NE OH). Now I'm a librarian in Southern California.

Love the fabric you used for the tea wallet!
Fiesta said…
I am making table runners and candle mats from the christmas block swap.Thank you for the opporunity to win. Happy holidays
Helena said…
Making lots of cookies, hoping to finish a quilt for one of my kids, plus making some clothes for the rest of the kids.
bethany said…
I am making two quilts one for my mom and the other for my mom in law!! The grandkid's hand prints are stippled in them!!!
what a great idea! I love the material
rheawhite said…
I love the tea wallet!
Jennifer said…
I've never heard of a tea wallet before but now I'm thinking I know many friends that would love one!
lalepop said…
Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to enter!
-Mandi
lalestyleshop(at)gmail(dot)com
sy said…
thanks for hosting the giveaway! the tea wallet looks adorable! for christmas i'm making scarves, since i'm a beginning knitter i'm using simple knit purl stithes
Valerie said…
Love the tea wallet :) and the fabrics. Can't wait for this drawing :)
Megan said…
I'm loving the idea of having my stash of jasmine tea organized and handy instead of floating around in my purse. Aprons, aprons, and more aprons for all the little girls in my life are what I'm hoping to complete soon!
How totally useful! Please include me in your drawing and visit Thistle Cove Farm for my drawing...there are FOUR chances to win!
MM4ver said…
I am giving my friends a mason cookie jar for later baking.
Megan
Llamabean said…
I think the tea wallets are such a fun idea. I love the idea of always having a couple tea bags on hand.
itsgottabeodin said…
Love the tea wallet, I'm new to sewing so this is my first year sewing gifts. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
CMEH said…
For the holidays I am making a thread catcher, some stencil painted hoodies and some jersey scarves! I have a lot of work to do!
Thanks for the great giveaway!
Stevens Family said…
I am still in the process with quilts for my family. One for hubby, one for 18 month old, and one for 3 month old.
Lovely tea wallet, wonderful blog.
luke and pamela said…
i love tea wallets! i am hoping to make one (but don't really know how) for my mother in law this Christmas.
Breanna S. said…
This year I am making new stockings.
Great idea! I carry teabags in my purse and the wrappers are always getting all messed up.

I am making 4 pairs of pjs for my grandchildren and I am making a Christmas pillow out of some pretty fabric I received in a swap from a lady in Australia!
Katie said…
This would be a great gift for my aunt-in-law, who insists on carrying her own tea packets anyways, she just stuffs them in her purse.

I'm knitting hats for people in my family for christmas this year.
Lynn Osborne said…
Cute tea wallet. Thanks for the chance to win! lynnosborne[at]verizon[dot]net
TxWoods said…
There is no such thing as too much fabric....Or a cup of Tea. Thank you
TxWoods said…
Thanks for the chance to be in the draw! How perfect...tea and fabric!
Crissy said…
great giveaway! I love the tea wallet, I've been wanting one for a while. This year I am crocheting alot of my gifts, easy fast and I can do it while sitting on the floor playing with the baby! :o)

http://crissybell.blogspot.com
Carol in E TN said…
Thank you for a great giveaway! I love tea!
Susan said…
This is the first I've heard of a "Tea Wallet". Very cool. Would love to enter your giveaway.
canngil said…
Hi there! I am making quilted bibs, pillow cases, and decorated wooden ornaments for work. hope i make the deadlines! hey, are you a children's librarian too? Dream Job, isn't it??
Holly said…
What a sweet tea wallet! And fabric, of course, is always good. Glad to have found your blog!
♥Lola said…
I'm making lots of aprons and kids toys for Christmas! I just love your blog!

http://thelifeofthegirlnextdoor.blogspot.com/
Nanbon44 said…
tea wallets are wonderful, I would love to win one
Erin said…
Hi, thanks for participating! I'm making quilts, towels, therapy bags... so many things... so little time!
Diane said…
I am making quilts and beanies for Christmas this year! But I would love to have something for myself, I love your Tea Wallet! So cute.
Theresa said…
Love the "tea cozy"!! I've been making the keychain wristlets and tissue pack covers to give as gift sets this year. There are quite a few different tutorials out there!
K. Anne said…
please enter me in your giveaway!
thanks!
~Kim
(ksknitchic@yahoo.com)

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