Sunday, December 2, 2012

Give away day - 3 of December. Sew, mama, sew



The famous site Sew, mama, sew  offered this Monday , 3 of December for a give away day.
Lately I designed some snowflakes. So My give away will be this pattern.
It is very easy to sew an hope you enjoy the Christmas.



To enter the giveaway, leave a comment telling me what kind of fabric you would like to use to make a Perfect Snowflake. Solid, printed, mixed, etc.

Bonus entry: followers, new and old, please leave a second comment.

I'll close Give away on December 7 at 5 p.m. PST and will announce the winner (chosen by Random generator) here on my blog and by email no later than Sunday, December 9.

Please leave one comment on this post by December 7.
If you like my blog you can follow me for more interesting ideas, tutorial and patterns.

Another give away right now at my blog here:

          Enter to win a Free pattern by your choice.
 Good luck ;)

69 comments:

  1. Your fabric choices look perfect to me! I'd like small prints in green or blue, so that the snowflake appears to be falling in front of a landscape.

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  2. Wow, I love paper piecing! Lots of possibilities for fabrics. I like the white bordering the snowflake, and I think I'd do bright colours inside it. Background, well, I'd be experimenting!

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  3. I would use red for the white part and a red pattern for small area and a red and white snowflake fabric in my stash for the outside area

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  4. I would use some batiks for the snowflake. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. I love the blues that you used. But I'd also like to try a snowflake in Dark Aqua/Teal in the center, then white snowflake, and lighter aqua around the snowflake. I'd use either batiks, or swirly fabrics - depending on what I could find. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  6. I love the snowflake pattern! I would use a mix of prints, batiks and tone-on-tones and do a whole quilt of them - so each snowflake, of course, would have to have a different set of fabrics!

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  7. I would use lots of fairy frost!

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  8. i'd like to use some solid blues to make this snowflake!

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  9. I would use marblized blues and golds.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  10. I would use ice-blue and white

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  11. I recently saw some shimmery blue fabric - i think I would use different tones of that.
    Just learned paper piecing and I really like it!

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  12. I think I would use some tone on tone fabrics, blue mostly. Maybe a blue with some silver in it.

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  13. Yours is beautiful! I'd use a blue print and solid white. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  14. This would look great in any combination or style - I'd love to make it with deep solid colours!

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  15. I'd use prints to make your lovely snowflake!

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  16. I would use indigo with silver prints, a purple solid and a splatter print of aqua

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  17. Definitely prints! I love snowflakes!

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  18. Oh I think it would look gorgeous in Batiks!

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  19. solids for sure. I'd make them Scandinavian looking.

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  20. This would be a great pattern for subtle monochromatic prints, I think!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  21. I would use a soft pink!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  22. I would use a silvery white for the snowflake against a midnight blue with small white flecks for the background to make it look like the snowflake was falling from the night sky. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  23. I think I would like to make it with both solids and prints.

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  24. SUbtle patterns would look beautiful.

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  25. I'd love to mix it up a bit and make a rainbow of snowflakes with bright kona solids, how beautiful that would be!

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  26. I would use a combination of solids and prints. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. I have 2 perfect fabrics for snowflakes. One is white with a silver fleck and another is white with a blue sparkly fleck.

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  28. I'd make it in solids and prints mixed... as for color... if I could find some greys and/or beiges I think it'd look really classy.

    Thanks for the giveaway! adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. I'd use batiks for a perfect snowflake, just as you did.
    I think your fabric selection is perfect.

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  30. I would use a glittery silver fabric for the Snowflake pattern.

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  31. i would go solid

    radiyas(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. I think it would be fun to do in Batik's

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  33. I like your fabric choices. Maybe some ice-dyed fabrics too. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. I think that I would do mixed fabric eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  35. I'm a new follower. eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. Pretty! I have some leftover batiks in blues that would be perfect - Thanks for a great giveaway~!

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  37. I like prints for it, but they have to be pretty subtle or it would take away from the beautiful snowflake design. Your choices are perfect! Thank you for your giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  38. Batiks in medium and dark blues would be great. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw and Merry Christmas to you.
    bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. I have a printed white-on-white fabric that I would mix with some sort of tiny snowflake prints to make this. Its a wonderful pattern too!

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  40. I would use monochromatics with mixed solids and small patterns.

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  41. It would have to be some prints to give it an icicle fee.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  42. I love your snowflake pattern! I'd use both solids and some prints - even a little text : )
    Tks for the chance to win!!

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  43. Ooh, solids and white and then one in christmas fabrics.

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  44. I would use small prints and solids. Thanks for chance to win.

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  45. I'd probably use a mix of solids & prints! very cute snowflake. Thanks for the chance.

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  46. I'd use solid colours, but I'd make them in a mix of background colours (all with white snowflakes on them, though), so I had a flurry of snowflakes on different backgrounds. :-)

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  47. I like the subtle prints/batiks as in your sample.

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  48. I would use small prints with solid white.

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  49. I'm not sure what type of fabric, but I think that gold and a slightly off white would look beautiful!

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  50. I have some lovely shimmery deep blue fabric that would look amazing.

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  51. I'm not a very good visionary in seeing outside what's presented. I love what you did with the solid white and blue background. Maybe this would be an opportunity to use some batiks? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  52. I love your snowflake! I have some Minnesota winter prints in blues that would be perfect.

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  53. blue prints, and sone white on white

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