December 3, 2012

Red and Green - Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway!!!

Q:  What's red and green...
And still looks good after Christmastime is all over?

A:  My zakka style Pot Holders!



Maybe you're stopping by to visit my blog because
it's time for the Sew, Mama, Sew!


Or maybe you're one of my followers.
:)
Regardless of why you're here,
I welcome you and invite you to stay awhile
and read about my latest sewing adventures.

I've been busy...
making pillows...



and pincushions...


and purses...




I made these pot holders a while ago,
as part of the Zakka Style Sew Along,
and now they are looking for a happy home.


I used lots of my favorite prints to make them, like
lime green gingham, cheery cherry prints,
and bits of a Susan Branch panel.


They can be used for grabbing hot pans


or as trivets to serve your warm and wonderful goodies.


Would you like to win these pot holders?


To enter my giveaway,
please comment telling me what 
homemade or handmade gifts you love to give 
for Christmas. 

I will randomly choose a winner on 
December 7 and contact the winner by email.

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International entries are welcome.

If you like what you see,
I hope you will consider joining in my new group,


Details are found on our Flickr group.

{Good luck in the giveaway, and check out all the others at Sew, Mama, Sew!}


{Comments are now closed. Winner to be announced soon!}

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169 comments:

  1. Is it too greedy for me to want to win your giveaway again? Well.....I don't care because I love your potholders!! I've been making fabric brooches for friends that I'm meeting for a tea party!

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  2. Those are beautiful! I would love how they would look in my green kitchen, and my acrylic knit potholders have all stained and melted over the years and look terrible (functional though and I do thank my mother-in-law for them).

    I love making personalized gifts. Particularly with all of the unique and weird spelling of names that people seem to have. Do they ever get their name on anything commercially produced? eyeblanchette@hotmail.com

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  3. I like to make dresses for my nieces.

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  4. Aprons are always a great gift, especially when they're homemade!

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  5. I've been having lots of fun making and giving mug rugs!

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  6. funny thing is that I like to make potholders lol... but never for myself... these are adorable and I love cherry fabrics!!

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  7. Love to make pillows! Would like to learn how to make mug rugs!

    Thanks for a fun giveaway!
    Julie

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  8. I love making everything handmade for Christmas! On my list this year are fleece blankets, "dinosaur eggs", a sock monkey, an alphabet book, some embroidery... The list is all over the place!

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  9. I love giving pillows and placemats!

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  10. This year I'm making little zip bags for all my friends.

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  11. I bake a lot of cookies to give away at Christmas. This year I'm knitting some afghans & I have some quilt tops ready to be quilted for gifts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  12. First, these potholders are darling! And they would match with my kitchen which has red and retro green accents. This year, I am making clothing for my hubby, tea towels for my aunts, aprons for littles, and whatever else I dream up. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  13. I love those potholders! This year everyone is going to get handmade individual placemats.

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  14. I don't celebrate Christmas, but I love to give food gifts throughout the year.

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  15. My most favorite homemade thing I LOVE giving away are my homemade candies and cookies. Everyone just loves to see me coming with a plate of those. Of course, maybe they throw the stuff away and keep the plates I always give with them. HAHA Kidding. Not a chance. The first time my husband(before we were marrried) took a huge box of the candies into work one of the guys he worked near told him he cannot marry me. When hubby asked why, the guy told him because HE wanted to himself if I cook like that. HA

    My health won't allow me to make as many as I used to so now I make other things like ornaments that are Free Standing lace with my embroidery machine or other things I've sewn for their homes.

    I LOVE the pot holders you are giving away. I just love fabric with cherries like that for the kitchen. I've considered making curtains from fabric like that.

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  16. I love the pot holders! Really cute! I like to give something different each year. One year was table runners, last year I did placemats, this year I'm working on some quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. I'm just an avid follower of you. I love your pot holders, they look so perfect. I have the Zakka style book and saw those and they freaked me out. Circles?? Aaacckkkk!

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  18. Such cute potholders. I have been knitting scarves and hats for the homeless shelter because it is so very full this year. Especially the children make me want to weep.

    Thank you for a great giveaway.

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  19. I love to give personalised stockings and fill them in with oodies afterwards! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  20. I would love these. They are really pretty. I crochet hats and scarves and other gifts for the people i give to.

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  21. Bags and totes b/c you can never have too many!

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  22. I like to give mugs filled with stuff for hot cocoa (mix, marshmallows, small spoon, sprinkles, etc) Thanks for the chance! mjp0419 at gmail dot com

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  23. Potholders are a great gift! I gave them too and little bags and pouches! They're always useful! thanks for the chance to win

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  24. Hello Amy, it's Amy here! I love to give handmade Christmas tree ornaments - one for each of the nephews and my niece so I know I am filling their 'Hope Chests' for the day they move out and have their first Christmas tree of their own. That's if my sister will let them take them away from her collection ;) Super giveaway - my fingers are crossed!

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  25. I have been making gift bags and sew in frame coin purses. Have most of them done finally!

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  26. Hmm....I love to give cookies or chex mix. =) We make them up and bag them for friends.

    This year I'm knitting some scarves. We'll see how it goes. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  27. So cute! I make cookies, bags, ornaments and random things for the holidays!

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  28. I will be making cookies and candy and am currently sewing a couple of bags, apron, table runners. Thanks.

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  29. I love making table runners or toppers!

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  30. I'm making bags,tree ornaments, & lots of small items. Love the potholders. Thanks for the chance to win them. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  31. I like baking biscuits or cakes, wrap them and giving them as presents. I also like sewing bags and clutches, small useful things. thanks for the chance!

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  32. I'm giving iPad/kindle stands. Super fun and simple to make :-)

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  33. I'm busy felting wool for slippers! Love, love your hotpads! :)

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  34. You have been busy. I love to give cheesecake.YUM

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  35. Cookies to give just as I did many years ago with my mother.

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  36. I am making machine embroidery Christmas cards. They will fold up like regular cards but inside will be a place to place a picture or verse that can be changed out and when opened flat the back side become a whole scene. They are part of Anita Goodesign's new Art Quilt set.

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  37. Love the potholders. I am making fingerless mitts and quilted placemats.

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  38. I love the potholders!! I am trying out making items like soap, lotion, lip balm and such this year! :)

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  39. I love to make the gift for the person - some people like sweet, some savoury, some modern stitching and some vintage... I am flexible and I like to think about what the recipient will love because I enjoy making it more when I know they are going to love it.

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  40. Your potholders are so cute, love the fabric you used. I like to make aprons for my friends and my current obsession is ruffled scarves and I have made a few of them already for gifts this year.

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  41. Several of the people on my gift list are getting fleece slipper socks. I made them for some gifts last year, now almost everyone wants some.

    Your potholders are awesome.

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  42. Me, please, please!!! :) I love making handmade jewelry and quilts for gifts!

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  43. Kawaii!! Thank you for a great giveaway. This year I've made mug rugs, place mats, and book marks.

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  44. I love to give aprons and purses for gifts. These potholders are beautiful !

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  45. This year I'm making totes! Coasters are a nice easy and fast item to give. Great potholders!

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  46. They are beautiful. Thank you

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  47. This year, I made a couple of jewelry rolls. Thanks for the chance to win. Adorable potholders! akmajor (at) gmail (dot) com

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  48. I like to give knitted items at Christmas. I love your pincushion and the pot holders are great!

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  49. I would love these! I am making several pillows this year!

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  50. I have been knitting a scarf....60" of scarf takes me a looooong time to knit.... :-) But it looks great and I know he's going to love it!

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  51. these potholders are lovely! i enjoy giving quilts :)

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  52. I love to give handmade bags & purses. I have a lot of sisters, so I get to give them pretty often. :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  53. This year I am giving, placemats, pouches, mug rugs, zipper pulls, market totes and a quilt. Wow, I didn't realize how many of my gifts were hand crafted! Love your pot holders. That is my favorite kind.

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  54. i love to give a home canned item with a patchwork potholder. or an apron with a jar of homemade granola.
    thanks=love your work!

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  55. I love to make and give bags and pouches. This year I've been learning to make spa items like sugar scrub and lip gloss! :)

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  56. Adorable! I made bags mostly, of various sorts. Not sure any handmade crafts are coming this year for presents, though. Maybe next year!

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  57. I like them!

    I love to give baking. This year I've made a couple of table runners, pot holders, pouches and I'm making my kids pj's.

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  58. Your projects are beautiful, and your craftsmanship is superb!

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  59. Oh, those colors in your potholders remind me of grandma's kitchen years ago. Smile! For the last two years, I have been gifting everything homemade! It's wonderful - anything from embroidered dishtowels, aprons, quilts, ornaments... you name it!

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  60. This year I am making hand stamped jewelry for many people. It's shocking that I don't have any big sewing projects for Christmas, but I'm sewing for my new Etsy shop, so I'm doing plenty.

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  61. Oh I should be so lucky to win these!! I have loved them since the first time you posted them! I love giving anything handmade....from a tote, to a pouch, to a quilt, or even baked goods. Anything made from the heart. :) Thanks for the chance, Amy!! I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed!

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  62. quilts. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  63. Your potholders are so beautiful loved it and nice colors :)

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  64. This year we're giving homemade vanilla extract... yum! ;)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win those awesome potholders! We definitely need some new ones. :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  65. I love baking cookies as gifts. I went to a class recently to learn how to do royal icing decorating and cannot wait to give that a go this year.

    These potholders look great. Thank you for the chance to win them.

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  66. I like to make chocolate truffles and package them up in little homemade gift boxes as treats for friends. :-)

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  67. I'm making drawstring bags and lemonade for gifts. Love the potholders.

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  68. I've not been making the same items for everyone, just trying to find something that would suit that individual person, but they included neck pillows, keyrings, totes, bags and so on :)

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  69. that pincushion is Totes Adorbs! We like to make caramels from an old perfected family recipe or Roscas-a traditional braided sweet bread from the Northwest of Spain.

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  70. I love to give my sugar spiced pecans in vintage containers. They always get rave reviews. I also have a lot of fun making pillowcases out of novelty fabric for everyone.

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  71. As a family we love to make a gingerbread house for another family we know. We don't decorate the house, but gift it to our chosen family with icing and lollies so that they can decorate it together.

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  72. Thank you for this lovely giveaway! All your shown projects are adorable.
    This year I gift sewn mug-rugs and knitted items like hadbands, mittens, etc.

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  73. Pretty, pretty Potholders! This year I'm giving handmade pillows! But I love to give handmade cookies and bread too. Thanks!

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  74. I try to give away at least one quilt a year. Very cute potholders. Thanks. Vivian

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  75. I love the potholders. I have been making pj's for my little girls! (and a dress for me! Shhhh...)

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  76. I enjoy giving bags and purses and also baked goodies. Thansk for the chance; he portholders are gorgeous!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  77. well something useful .. this year it's potholders, last year it was pillow cases, the year before fabric bread baskets....

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  78. This is so cute,love it,also other things that you make,amazing.I love to crochet so I am making hats and ornaments.Lovely giveaway,thanks for the chance to win it.

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  79. Oh I love the Susan Branch fabric! I'm making little fabric buckets for gifts.

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  80. Those are really nice potholders! Thank you for the chance to win them.

    I like to make ornaments for people. I've done tatted, crocheted, beaded, embroidered, and this year I'm doing those folded fabric ones, the kind that are folded and pinned onto styrofoam balls. It's fun coordinating the fabrics. Apparently everyone else likes to make them too because the fabric shop ran out of 3" styro. :)

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  81. My favorite things to gift are ornaments but this year I'm planning on mug rugs. They are just so cute and fun to make.

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  82. Love your pillows and pot holders. I love to make pillowcases for gifts and a few small wall hangings (if I have enough time!).

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  83. I have been sewing my gifts for years, always something different -from scarves to purses to lounge pants.

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  84. i love to make bags for gifts! This year it is zippered pouch year! Love those potholders!!

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  85. I usually give gifts of food to friends, such as cookies, breads, etc. This year I will be making some potholders and hot pads for my daughter-in-law, because they were on her Christmas wish list. I have chosen a couple of styles to make and it is on my weekend "to do" list for this weekend. But if I win these, I will only make one style and give her one of these, too. :)

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  86. I love to give homemade candy and handmade ornaments! Love the potholders; my kitchen is red, green and yellow!

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  87. What cute potholders. LOVE! I love to give handmade gifts... it's hard to say which kind are my favorite. Love making toys, dolls mostly, and clothes or bags.

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  88. Those are so cute; and you are very productive! WoW!

    As for me, I like making skirts, handbags, anything for my kids that makes them smile ;-)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. cute! I like to give candied pecans. Thanks for the chance!

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  90. It is actually potholders, coincidentally enough...LOL! Now, how do you convince the people you give them to that they are actually meant to be USED, and not just hung on a nail by the stove to look pretty?

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  91. these are adorable, this year i am making crochet accessories and stuffies for the kids!

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  92. This year I'm making some bags and some skirts. Those potholders are really cute and I could use some new ones.

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  93. You've been busy (potholders, purses and playthings, oh my!)! I am making infinity scarves for gifts this year - it's fun. Thanks for a cheerful giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  94. This year I've been making lots of zippered pouches for gifts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. I just finished making some wine themed hot pads for my wine club Christmas party coming up this weekend. I am still working on pot holders & dishcloths. Thanks for the chance to wine!

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  96. Those are really lovely potholders. I like to knit socks for Christmas presents, although little zippered pouches come a close second.

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  97. I've been making cherry stone heating pads. It is surprising how many people tell me that their kids go to bed with them.

    Cute, cute potholders. The Susan Branch fabric is an especial favorite.

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  98. If I had the time, I would stitch up all the presents I gave. Instead, I make loads of cookies to give away!

    anna [at] 64colorbox [dot] com

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  99. I've been making recycled paper with flower blossoms
    pinkmalice (at) mail dot ru

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  100. The potholders are too cute! I find myself making flannel pajama bottoms for everyone I know. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  101. I made casserole carriers. thanks for the giveaway!

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  102. I'll give them a happy home!!! I love giving a mug with a matching homemade mug rug.

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  103. I always make pajamas for my kids, and I have a huge love of home made softies in all varieties.

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  104. I've been knee deep in a quick project of using citrasolv to transfer fun images to kitchen towels. I have made a lot of potholders in the past - as everyone needs new ones.
    Thanks for the giveaway and please enter mine.

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  105. I have been making snowman ornaments for all the new babies at school and for new members of our family.
    Ahrenwagner at gmail dot com.

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  106. Table Runners are my gift of the year. Thanks for the giveaway.

    rmk815 at gmail dot com

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  107. I like to bake cookies and package them in cute tins.

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  108. I love to make small mug rugs or ornaments for Christmas

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  109. For my friends at work, I like to bake goodies and give them out in decorative tins.

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  110. I started making Kringla cookies that my mom has always made. I like giving those away at the holidays. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. I love to make Christmas mug rug :D

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  112. we make homemade cookies filled with homemade (non-concentrate) jellies for our family & friends :) Yay! for yummy gifts that MUST be taste tested.

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  113. I usually make table runners or place mats, bags without zippers, tool rolls welders caps....just little things. I would really love to give your beauttiful pot holders a new home

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  114. Pot holders...they are quick and easy to make and everyone needs them.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  115. I love these pothoders. I like making pillows and if I really like the persons I like making them a quilt

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  116. I like giving pillows and food like candied orange peels.

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  117. These are beautiful! I like buying handmade gifts that suit the person well. I make handmade cards every year for everyone! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  118. I like variety in my giving - and receiving gifts. I love surprises. Hand-made cards from me too : )

    Oh, your choice of pot-holder fabrics look as if you designed them especially for me - all vintagey and soft and sweet

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  119. I love giving handmade, not only by me but from wonderful artisans I have come to know
    I am making jewellery myself and I enjoy gifting little things no matter the occasion
    :-)

    DESPINA
    deb_oro@yahoo.gr

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  120. I've been making aprons to give at Christmas!

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  121. I love giving pillows! I actually am giving several of my relatives throw pillows and covers this year and I gave them all the same size so it's easy to remember, thinking that in future years I can just send more covers!!

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  122. I like to give homemade cookies and candies!

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  123. They are gorgeous! I love giving aprons and decorated towels :)

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  124. These are amazingly beautiful and I LOVE them!

    I crochet, sew, embroider, knit, bake and can decorate cakes and cookies, so I usually start planning back in the summer what gifts to make. I want the recipient to be able to look at the gift and think of me with a smile.

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  125. I make chocolates every year. I would like to make soap, but I always leave it too late!

    lisejackson000 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  126. I've made stockings for all the extra children staying with me this Christmas, it's fun for me, and hopefully they will bring back happy memories to the children in future!

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  127. We don't give gifts for Christmas, but I have enjoyed giving homemade hot pads and table runners recently.

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  128. I just finished a table runner and matching place mats for a Christmas gift. Love your potholder fabric and the design.

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  129. I like to give home baked breads and cookies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  130. I am a papercrafter so I love to make handmade Christmas cards as well as mixed media pieces for my friends and family. I wish I could sew and quilt like you because I imagine your handmade gifts are quite stunning based on what I see on your blog. Thank you for offering these lovely potholders as a prize. They are so sweet and the colors match my kitchen exactly!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  131. I love to give quilts and purses. Thanks for the giveaway, love your items! merry Christmas :)

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  132. Very pretty. I would love to use them to make home made
    Cookies. I love to bake for friends over the holidays.
    Happy Holidays Amy!! Read your bio--I'm a med tech too!

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  133. I love to knit and give scarves for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  134. I love to give handknitted items. This year, there will be a shawl !
    Thanks for the chance !

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  135. I am making a sew of ornaments for my one friends and a lap quilt and scotty dog pillow for my dad! thank you! I LOVE your potholders!!

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  136. This year I have been knitting ornaments for the tree.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  137. I love giving homemade marshmallows

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  138. I like giving quilts to family and just a variety of items to friends and such. This year scarfs.

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  139. I made scarves and fabric snowflakes to give away this year.
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    ktreve (at) hotmail )dot) com

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  140. I made some cute felt ornaments this year :)
    xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

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  141. I made snow men table toppers this year, but I like to make table runners! Can't wait to see those gifts (delightful!) inside may mailbox! :-)

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  142. I love to give crocheted doiles and homemade caramels. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. Last year I made my nieces dresses and matching dresses for their dolls. :)

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  144. I love making paper mache xmas houses with cute little decorations !

    gdukeak@gmail.com

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  145. I love those pot holders and I need some new ones! I'm making a quiet book for my granddaughter this year.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  146. I've been making christmas pillows. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw. Merry Christmas to you.
    bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  147. I try to knit something for someone for Christmas every year. This year I am knitting scarves for my nephews. I have four of them and I don't get to see them often because they moved to the mountains so I wanted to make sure that they would stay warm this winter. We don't have much in the way of money so this is what I can do for them and I am happy to do it.

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  148. My favorite things to give are homemade canned items. I make jellies, jams, pickles, sauces & marmalades & decorate the jars for giving. I love these! Ohhh I hope I win! They'd go with my Christmas kitchen setup so well!

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  149. I like to make and give bags of all sorts! Thanks for the chance to win these cute potholders.

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  150. I like giving bags and accessories.

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  151. Thank you for this cute-as-a-button giveaway - what a great prize! In the past, we have made lots of mixes (brownie, cookie, soup/cornbread) and they make great neighbor gifts. Plus, they're just so easy! :) This year, Lord willing, I hope to make at least one scarf and I also like making little tissue holders for carrying in your purse (found a tutorial through Sew Mama Sew!). Thanks again for a chance to win!!! Have a great night.
    www.pioneerdaughter.etsy.com

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  152. I have made cross stitched ornaments before but not this year.

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  153. I like table runners....something simpler than a quilt and doable for friends.

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  154. I have a couple big quilts on the go but I am not sure if I will get them finished in time for Christmas. We shall see- not much time and lots to do at work. Maybe over the Christmas break.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  155. I love to give fabric. I know not homemade, but helps them make their own. thanks, kathy

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  156. I love to give homemade baked good for Christmas....cakes, cookies, etc!

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  157. I have been making lap quilts. Thanks for chance to win.

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  158. I like to make knitted hats, cowls, and socks. Thanks!

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  159. Oh beautiful, I'm especially in love with the elefant. And your potholders are cute!
    I like to give people cookies at Christmas and I make my own Christmas cards.

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  160. Those pot holders are great. My kitchen is green with a touch of pink so they would look great! This year we are giving peppermint bark to all of the girls' teachers. We are trying not to eat too much of it along the way!

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  161. Love the potholders - so cute! This year I have a lot of knit and crochet items to give: blankets, aprons, scarves, fingerless gloves, washcloths, etc. I also have 2 quilts and several handmade earrings.

    handmadebytracie at gmail dot com

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  162. You just inspired me to add another gift idea to my list. I love the potholder a. I like to make small quilted items like mug rugs, pot holders, table runners and such.

    Quiltymommy at gmail .com

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  163. I have been making Christmas table toppers. Thank you for the chance

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