Sunday, December 23, 2012

GiveAway #43 - Olive the Ostrich - Create Your Own Bundle!

For this GiveAway I am offering 2 total yds of fabric.  You are going to create your own bundle from any of the 8 measurements below!  How kool is that!  Olive the Ostrich was created by Lauri Wisbrun for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.  This is a really cute collection perfect for any Valentine's Day sewing you may be thinking about.  As you can see, all of the fabrics in this collection are color coordinated to match with each other so there is no guess work for the winner when creating their own bundle.


SO THAT THERE'S NO CONFUSION, I AM THE SPONSOR, NOT HAWTHORNE THREADS.  I'M JUST BUYING THE FABRIC FROM THEM.

Hawthorne Threads is the only online fabric shoppe that I know of that offers 8 different sizes to cut your fabric!  This really makes it easy to get just the right amount you need for many different projects!  They offer:
1/8 yd
1/4 yd
3/8 yd
1/2 yd
5/8 yd
3/4 yd
7/8 yd
Full Yard

 OLIVE THE OSTRICH IN ROSE

 OLIVE THE OSTRICH IN PINK

 LOVE IN IVORY

 LOVE IN PEWTER

 LOVE IN PINK

 LOVE IN RED

 SWEETHEART LACE IN FUCHSIA

SWEETHEART LACE IN RED

HOW TO ENTER:
Just tell me what you would make with your bundle if you won.  Easy Peasy.  Remember that the winner gets to create their own bundle choosing from 8 different length cuts!  (I.E. 2 yds of same fabric, 2 fabrics 1 yd each, 4 fabrics 1/2 yd each, 6 fabrics 1/3 yd each..........etc. etc. etc....MIX & MATCH TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT TO GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT!)
This GiveAway will run for a work week from (Sun) 12-23 thru (Fri) 12-28 @ midnight EST.  I will use Random.org to choose the winner & will announce the winner on (Sat) 12-29!

YOU ARE MORE THAN WELCOME TO SHARE THIS GIVEAWAY WITH OTHERS, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO ENTER!

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE NOTIFIED OF FUTURE GIVEAWAYS, PLEASE ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AT THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER OF MY BLOG.



75 comments:

  1. Love is in the air. I'd definitely make a table topper with a Valentine's theme if I were lucky enough to win.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  2. Love this stuff!! :) I think I'd definitely make something for Valentines day! Maybe a table topper for my living room coffee table!

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  3. Such a pretty line. I would love to make a quilt for my 12 year old niece. She is such a sweetheart, and this fabric would be perfect for her. Thanks!

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  4. I'd make a wall hanging, I think. Don't hold me to it, because a quilt would also be nice.

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  5. I would definitely make Valentine's mug rugs for my grown children! They would have a surprise in the mail!

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  6. Oh the Pewter with Olive mixed with some solids would make for such a sweet little girl (or big girl) quilt!

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  7. I'd love to make a new tote bag or maybe two...
    :)

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  8. I would make a couple of cute Valentine's day dresses for my granddaughter!

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  9. MY little monkey a quilted sleeping mat.. she loves ostriches

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  10. I would make a quilt for my great niece :) thanks for the chance

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  11. Those are wonderful! I love the Love in ....prints! What would I use them for? I plan to make a quilt for every holiday/season during the year. I am making htem reversabile...so one side is on theme the other side is another theme. SO... these would be perfect for Valentine's day side, while the other side is going to be St Patricks day greens! Then comes Easter on one side (these would be great for that too!) and patriotic on the other!
    Thanks for the chance!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
    or the google one!

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  12. I'd like to make a nice summer dress for my little lovely girl Anna, thank you both for this nice chance ^_^

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  13. I think I would get a larger chunk of fabric so I could make a tote for my daughter.

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  14. I'd make a table runner. Thanks for the Kool giveaway!

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  15. HI! SWEET LITTLE HEARTS! I'D START A FEW VALENTINE GIFTS WITH THE HEART FABRICS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  16. I would make pillowcases for my grands! I do for every holiday!

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  17. This adorable line is definitely perfect for a little girls quilt. Two new babies expected in the family this year - wish I knew what they were going to be! Thanks for a chance.

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  18. I would make a few Valentine's Day table runners but, gccmom's pillowcase idea would also be wonderful. I've never made fun and funky pillowcases.

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  19. I love Valentine's fabric designs. I would make a table topper with it! Cute pieces.

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  20. I have been making seasonal tablerunners for my DDIL's new dining table so Olive the Ostrich would be perfect for my next project! Thanks for the chance and Merry Christmas!

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  21. What lovely fabric and such a sweet giveaway!! Thanks for the chance and if I won, I would make some table runners and matching placemats!!

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  22. I got an ipad for Christmas and am working on a design for a gadget bag that will hold this, my mp3 player, phone, etc. This would be a fun collection to use for that.

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  23. I would love to make a cosmetics case for my granddaughter with these fabrics.

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  24. Every time I see this fabric I think how cute it would be to make a diaper bag or toddler bag for a little girl. I would love to have it! Thanks for the chance to win it and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  25. Oh I would HAVE to make a quilt?throw for our lil' Grangirlie!!! She will looooove this fabric! She is so alllll about "Pink"!! lol

    Thanks so much for your drawing! :")

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  26. I think from two yards, I could get both a skirt and a doll quilt for a little girl I know. =) She loves pink and hearts. Thanks so much for the chance to win this great fabric - especially at your own expense.

    dezertsuz at gmail

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  27. I think I'd make a lap or baby quilt ! or doll stuff for my granddaughter ; maybe both !! thanks for the giveaway !! Merry Christmas !

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  28. 2 yards of love in pewter to make matching Valentine's Day pillowcases for hubby and I - he might be more amenable to actually using them as they are not so PINK....

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  29. I'd make a Valentine's skirt for my daughter. Such sweet fabric!

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  30. This is perfect for a valentines day lap quilt to snuggle with my sweety under!

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  31. I would make a bag for my DIL she is an absolute
    pink freak.

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  32. I'm going to be hosting a Valentines table runner swap on Facebook, so I'd definately make a table runner with it!

    Thanks for such a great giveaway, I only just commented on this fabric to a friend the other day!

    Hugs
    Naomi

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  33. So, so cute. I think I would make drawstring bags for Valentine's Day for my nieces and nephew in Rexburg. Or perhaps I would make earbud bags and pencil holders. So many choices. And I do think it's great that Hawthorne Threads offers so many cuts. It's discouraging to "have" to buy 1/2 a yard at other shops when I need only 1/3 or 1/4. That has kept me from purchasing many times.

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  34. Very beautiful. I think it will make a perfect girl baby quilt

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  35. I would love to have a Valentine's day wall hanging and matching table runner. I love the allover heart prints and Olive the Ostrich. I would take 1/3 of Olive in pink, 1/3 yard Love in red and 1/3 yard Love in pink. I would also like 1/4 yard Love in pewter, 1/2 yard Love in white, and 1/4 yard of Sweetheart lace in red. Thank you for offering such a generous giveaway.

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  36. I would make a table runner and or some placemats if their was enough fabric. Very nice fabrics. They definitely make you think Valentines Day with those colors and designs.. Thank you for a chance to enter your giveaway.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. I would make a duffel bag for my niece ... of course her favorite color is PINK!

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  38. I would probably make a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway

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  39. I think that I would like to make a quilt for a little girl. Love the ostriches:) Merry Christmas and thanks for the fun giveaways!

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  40. I would love to make patchwork placemats for my crew. My Valentine dishes (yep, I have some!) would look super sweet with Olive! Thank you so much for such a generous giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

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  41. What cute fabric! I would likely make some cute bags. Merry Christmas!

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  42. I would make a laptop cover.

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  43. This would make a beautiful quilt for my grand daughter!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  44. Olive is quite the cutie! I would either make a pillow case and a zippered bag or a table topper. I have a girlfriend this would be perfect for!!

    Thank you for a generous giveaway and a chance to win some fun fabric!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  45. I would use these to make some tote bags for girls-my group, World of Charity Stitching, makes bags, pillows, quilts and other items for children and seniors.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  46. This fabric is so adorable! I would make PJ bottoms or infinity scarves for Valentines day!

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  47. I would make a nightgown for my 3 young granddaughters.

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  48. I think they would make some lovely wall hangings for Valentines Day. Thanks so much.

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  49. I'd make a snazzy reversible Valentine's apron to use while cooking a romantic dinner for my love. And if there is enough fabric left over, maybe a matching apron for my honorary baby niece.

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  50. I would make a little baby quilt for my cousin's baby Amelia! :)

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  51. I would make a table topper and place mats with 1/2 yard cuts of the 4 "Love IN" colors.

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  52. I think this would make some cute pillowcases! thank you!

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  53. Lauri Wisbrun has some cute ideas on her blog. I would either make a quilt or a little girl's outfit. Scallops would look really sweet on either. An Ollie print has to be one of the cuts.

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  54. Love the hearts and the lace. They would be a great table runner for Valentines. Absolutely. How fun. Thanks.

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  55. I'd love to make a festive Valentine's Day table runner with this fabric! The ostriches and hearts are so adorable :) Thanks

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  56. i'm sure you've gotten many answers of a Table Runner! That would be the perfect sewing project with these fabrics! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. Olive the Ostrich in rose and sweetheart lace in red to make a really fun totebag! Such great fabrics! Thanks!

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  58. I'd make tote bags and zippered purses for all my sisters!

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  59. I'd make a quilt for a baby girl expected in March 2013

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  60. I think I would make a wall hanging to put up at Valentine. Thanks.

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  61. I think a table runner would be cute! Unless someone announces soon that they are having a baby girl...

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  62. I think I would make a bag to hold some Valentine's goodies for my son.

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  63. "Happy Holidays!" I would make heart shaped bowl fillers to give my friends and family for Valentine's Day!
    Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  64. What a cute giveaway! I would make a baby quilt with appliqued hearts :) Thanks for this chance to win!

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  65. I love the hearts and I would use the fabric in a quilt I will be making for a little girl who has cancer..

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  66. I would make a tote for my niece who would LOVE these fabrics!

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  67. I would make a lap quilt and a pillow case - such cute fabric! Thanks for putting my name in the hat for the drawing!

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  68. I would make a lovey dovey lap quilt for my daughters to snuggle up with on Valentines Day! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. I'de make a Valentine's Day wall hanging, using lots of reds and pinks and make a twister heart hanging. Thanks for the give away!

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  70. I want to send some fabric valentines day cards this year, so this would be a huge help!

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  71. I've been wanting to make a Valentine's Day quilt. I thought this would be perfect ever since it came out!!! I'm trying to get a quilt for every holiday! I would probably need more than 2 yards of fabric, but it's a start! If I won it I would have to buy more!!!

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  72. My sister-in-law is having twin girls, so I would make one of them a quilt:) Very cute fabric, BTW!

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  73. I'd make a valentines table runner! :) Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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