Pattern and Fabric Giveaway

It is still about 28 degrees (82℉) here and very humid. And yet, here I am working on Christmas Quilting Projects already. Here is a sneak preview of a couple of things I am in the middle of designing.

New Christmas projects I am working on

I hope to be able to announce my new Stitchalong next week and I will also have some new patterns ready very soon. Ooohh, exciting!

In the meantime, to herald the Christmas Projects season I thought I would offer a Christmas Pattern and Fabric Giveaway.

Giveaway prize of pattern and fabrics

I love the pattern for this Xmas Tree skirt. A good size too  – 48″ diameter. And I have included four ¼ yards of fabric to go with (pictured). This is enough for all the Santas on the tree skirt.

It is very easy to enter and you are able to enter up to four different ways. Just leave a comment to tell me if you are working on any Christmas projects and that will give you one entry to the Giveaway. You can also choose to have an extra entry for any or each of the following.

Add a link to SewHappy to your blog.

Follow me on Google Friend Connect.

Tweet about this Giveaway.

So lots of opportunities to win.

You will also notice I have introduced a new method for you to enter with the Raffleclopter. Hopefully, it should make the process even easier.

Entries to Giveaway will close on Monday 5th September at midnight EST. International entries welcome. I will announce the winner on Tuesday 6th.

Good luck! (Click the more button to enter)

Giveaway now closed

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  1. I posted on twitter! Can’t blog – too hard to blog without power 🙁

  2. I’m a follower!

  3. I’ve lost power so I’m trying to do this on my phone 🙂 I’m working on Natalie Bird’s Tis The Season with my SAL group! Thanks for the chances!

  4. no Christmas projects yet. Waiting for inspiration.

  5. I tweeted this @shapernes

  6. I follow you thru GfC

  7. I plan on making all 3 of my kids a holiday table runner.

  8. Christinelorna says:

    I started a redwork Christmas Quilt last year and have got it out again! Hopefully I will finish it this year ready for Christmas.
    Tree skirt looks interesting, it would look great for my tree in Dorset. Hope I am lucky…..

  9. I am in the process of finishing a friendship quilt started about 10 years ago at one of your workshops at HofP!! I am also making very easy folded fabric pine cones for the christmas tree. Thought many times of making a tree skirt but not found one I particularly like – just love this and especially the fabric selection – hope I am the lucky one

  10. Haven’t started any Christmas projects yet but if I win this giveaway I definitely will! 🙂

  11. Nope, not started any Christmas projects.

  12. Sandi Price says:

    I was already following using Google Reader, but have now done the “friend connect”

  13. Sandi Price says:

    Actually, I have been doing some small Christmas Candle mats as my leaders and enders project for a couple of months now. I intend to use most of those for gifts.

  14. I am making two twin holiday quilts for sisters!

  15. Is it December 20th already?? Should I be starting projects already?? Actually, I’m making a quilted throw for my husband with dog quotes and dog fabric. It’ll be his gift from our crazy rescue terrier. (I do everything that needs thumbs, she moves the pieces all around on the floor lol). Thanks for the chance to win.

  16. I’ve started on a beaded xmas stocking project
    pd6914 at gmail dot com

  17. I’m making a baby blanket for my 10 week old baby boy at the moment, but once that’s finished I’ll be looking for something Christmassy to make as the days start to close in.

    Well done for your new tree skirt design – it looks absolutely super!

  18. About time for me to get started on Christmas stockings – by my current reckoning I have 4 to make from scratch, and one to complete. Also need to add hanging sleeves / loops to 4 advent calendars too. Time to get going on them, rather than spending time online!

  19. michelle a says:

    Sew cute! Thanks for the chance to win. Cant wait to see the stitchalong info. Im working on finishing a christmas quilt that I started at the beginning of the year.

  20. I have my Christmas Town banner waiting to be quilted, I also hope to make a Christmas Quilt for my living room this year. But this will have to wait as I have 10 quilts that I need to get done for delivery in December to a nursing home for my charity group.. They cross stitch squares and I make the quilts using those squares.. World of Charity Stitchers… yahoo group

  21. Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I am a follower on Google Friend Connect.

  22. Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I have not started sewing for Christmas yet, but I hope to complete several quilts, and some table runners too!

  23. I’m a new follower. 🙂

    Have a great weekend!

    God bless and keep you,

  24. A Santa outfit for my boy?

  25. Haven’t done anything for Christmas yet. Just figuring out halloween trick or treat bags & costumes for my kids…

  26. What a great giveaway! I really love the fabric to go with the tree skirt pattern. 🙂

  27. September and back to school always gets me thinking about Christmas, but I try to hold off until October!! Last year a very good friend gave me a garland of minature christmas stockings (big enough for a bar of chocolate or dog biscuit!) each embroidered with the name of the recipient and I’m itching to get going on a set for another friend. It works as a tree decoration or fireplace – and still looks good when the chocolate has gone.

  28. I’m thinking about starting to work on a Christmas themed wreath.

  29. I am now a follower!!!


  30. Just found your blog – lovely stitching you have there!
    I am working on snowmen bags! Love it!

    Happy Stitching!!


  31. Cathryn Turner says:

    Done a lot of thinking about Christmas projects and have got my pattern books out for a good dose of looking at! Looking forward to your Christmas patterns as I loved last years.

  32. I’m a follower. Love to see the new things and get inspired. You are very generous in your giveaways. Thanks.

  33. Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway, hoping to start on some projects for Christmas soon, have to finish a quilt I’m working on at the moment.
    Happy days.

  34. That stitchery looks wonderful! I’m definitely in for your next sew-along…I’ve enjoyed the Sew Happy Project so much!