Sunday, April 7, 2013

Charm Madness : Week 3 Giveaway Post

Thanks so much for continuing to follow along on our Charm Madness Blog Hop!  We've reached the end of our hop and its time for the last weekly giveaway in this series.  (Don't forget to also enter for the grand prize drawing too - see separate post.) 

For this week's giveaway, please comment here ON THIS POST and tell us what kinds of projects/techniques you'd like to see a tutorial for.

The prize this week is a $25 gift certificate to our shop - Sew Lux Fabric!

Post your comment by 11:59 PM EST on MONDAY, 4/8.  We'll select a winner using random.org and will announce the winner on Tuesday, 4/9/13.

Comments are now closed. Winner will be announced shortly!

49 comments:

  1. My favorite tutorials are how to make quilts!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I enjoy tutorials for things I can make and give as gifts, great blog hop, and thanks for the giveaways

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  3. IPad or reader cases or covers. Thanks.

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  4. Different border treatments - rick-rack, prairie points, flange, ruffles. Thank you for hosting such a fun hop.

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  5. I really like tutorials for wallets and cardholders :) Also bags and just generally stuff for the home.

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  6. Hmmm, I love bags but I'm particular about them. I like finding tutorials for functional things around my house that I wouldn't normally think of to make for myself.

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  7. Thank you for a great blog hop - I have had so much fun reading all the different tutorials and getting so much inspiration and ideas. Now to find the time to sew! I love to see tutorials for smaller things to make - bags, pincushions, etc. I am always looking for ideas for gifts that can be made over a few days.

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  8. I am looking to make a kindle cover, so that would be great! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  9. I like seeing new patterns for tablerunners. They make great quick gifts. Even if I don't make something from a tutorial though, I often learn something or get a new idea just by reading it -- so they are appreciated. Loved the hop, thanks!

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  10. It's been nice to get tutorials and ideas for things other than quilts. For example - the round basket, the placemats, the apron and the chevron purse.

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  11. More charm pack tutorials! These are great!

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  12. Would love to see some tutorials for pincushions....to add to my collection!

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  13. I like tutorials for small things I can make quickly as gifts!

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  14. I love projects for quilts, small items, etc. Quilt block tutorials are great too. Thanks for a lovely time hopping.

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  15. I would love a tutorial for a jelly roll quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. I love seeing QAYG panels come together, AND those QAYG pieces where one piece is attached directly to the batting and back (can't remember where I saw that before)...

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  17. I need to make an I-pad cover this week so will be searching for a pattern for that, but I would love to see patterns for cute kitchen appliance covers.

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  18. I like tutorials with new blocks and hw to make them but I mostly do small projects so I love tutorial on smaller items that I can make in a day or 2.

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  19. Thank you so much for this fun hop! It was terrific to find wonderful tutorials for fun things to make. I love finding tutorials small, quick and easy projects! I have to sew in little spurts so small projects are great!!!!

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  20. I love tutorials for quilts, bags, and gifts :) Thanks for organizing this great hop!

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  21. I just bought an IPad, so I'd love a tutorial for an IPad cover/case!!!

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  22. Love to see tutorials for bags of any kind. Small, zippered, tote, I like them all!

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  23. I'd like to see tutorials on small things to make for gifts. Thanks for a great hop.

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  24. I love tutorials for everything sewing!!! Free Motion designs are helpful, and cute little gift ideas.

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  25. Love bags, bigger ones (like a messenger bag) would be fab. I'd also love more quilts!

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  26. Loved this fun charm pack series and finding awesome blogs to follow! I love bags of all sizes and shapes but it would also be fun to find ways to use HST's.

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  27. I really enjoyed this blog hop.....added a few projects to my to do list and blogs to my follow list! As a new quilter I am always looking for inspiration and ideas for small projects like bags, totes, gifts, and pretty things for the home. It would also be nice to see gift ideas for the men in our lives. Thank you!
    anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  28. is it wrong to say i like your blog as is? it's a nice balance of quilts and projects. i've never made placemats, but am thinking about making some pretty springy ones, so that's the only thing that popped to mind.

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  29. I love any kind of tutorial, but bag tutorials (purse or smaller) always catch my eye. I love the idea above about placemats, too!

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  30. I'd like to see tutorials on pillows, how to dress them up with pompoms and such.

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  31. i love different block tutes thanks

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  32. I have filled out my form but did want to tell you it was fun and I enjoyed visiting old and new blogs to see all the tuts.

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  33. I think tutorials are great. There are so many for bags of kinds and you can own so many which I do. :0)
    I would love to see some tutorials on covers for small kitchen appliances.
    More intricate blocks are always great for tutorials too.

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  34. I loved the charm tutorials and would like to see more. I also like small projects for gifts, and quilted clothing like jackets, vests, and slippers. And I like quilt tutorials too. I guess I like everything! :) Thanks for the wonderful hop and the generous giveaway.

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  35. I'd like to learn how to make a simple sundress for an adult.

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  36. Free motion quilting would be a great tutorial and I also like bag and purse tutorials. Thanks!

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  37. I like tutorials on various short cuts, or tips that so many long time quilters just "know"!

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  38. Any tutes for handmade guy gifts would be awesome!!!!! It's sooo hard to buy or make things for my hub.

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  39. I'd love a tutorial on tablet computer or e-reader covers. Thanks!

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  40. I have loved all the different options that have been shown and am open to all kinds- totes, pouches, quilts, short cuts. I'd really love to learn how to take a photo and learn how to layer it into a quilt but that might be more complicated than a tutorial. Thanks for putting this all together.

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  41. I've so enjoyed these pre-cut themed tutorials! I'd love to see more based on different pre-cuts. The tutorials I love are ones for traditional quilts or blocks that I can take and adapt into other projects on my own.

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  42. I love tutorials for all different kinds of quilts. I love seeing new ideas and the different ways people do things!

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  43. Thank you, all the bloggers and sponsors for such a great hop! It was wonderful to see the wide variety of different ways to use charm squares. I love tutorials for zippered pouches and quick gift ideas. I'd love a tutorial on pin cushions as I really want to make one and would love step by step help, hehe. Again Thank you and all that helped with the hop, awesome job!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I love any new ideas! Anyhting with quilting or sewing, I love!

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  45. I would love to see ways to use different precuts. I love quilts but I would also like to see how I can utilize precuts in gifts or other creative ways. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I know it may seem like a beginner thing, but binding tutorials are always good. Making your own, hand stitching, machine stitching, joining the ends, etc.

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