Monday, August 17, 2015

Pie Making Day- A Giveaway

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Following on from yesterday's post about the Chorus Line Quilt, I am pleased to announce a giveaway.

The kind people at RJR fabrics are offering a Fat Quarter Bundle of Pie Making Day to one of you. 

I will throw in a copy of the Chorus Line Pattern and one other pattern of your choice.

There are two opportunities to enter. 
Leave a comment here or leave a comment on the Instagram giveaway post. 
It's that simple! 
You could tell me what you would make with the bundle, make me laugh or say hello. It's up to you.

I will close the giveaway on Thursday at 5:00pm (NZT)
Open Worldwide
I will make every effort to contact the winner, but if they don't contact me within 5 days, a new winner will be chosen.

***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***

113 comments :

  1. Pie Making Day.....I "can,can" :) A very generous giveaway :)

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  2. A lovely bundle! Thanks for the giveaway :D

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  3. What couldn't I make with that fabric! I was just looking on line for it yesterday after looking at the chorus line quilt Again.Its so scrummy - maybe I would just drool over it for a few days before cutting into it :-)

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  4. That fabric is so cute, I love good blenders. I think I'd make that big zebra with pie making in the background! Thanks for all the great patterns! naragonbets@gmail.com

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  5. Love love love this! Awesome giveaway. I guess I would have to make oven mitts and an apron, then I'll be making pie with the pie making ;) ;)

    Oops, sorry for double posting..

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  6. My gorgeous, talented niece is dancing a can-can number in a show in a few weeks time, she is dance mad. I would absolutely love to make her your chorus line pattern in a beautiful array of colours from that bundle!

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  7. What an awesome giveaway. Many thanks. You are going to make someone very happy. Jocelyn

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway! I haven't been able to get the chorus girl pattern off my mind since you posted it. . .it may be the one to make me break and try paper piercing

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  9. Love that line, & that pattern!!

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  10. What wouldn't I be able to make with this bundle and your patterns, love them!!!

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  11. Great givaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  12. Marvellous prizes feeling hopeful x

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  13. Thanks for the giveaway. I really like those fabrics!!!

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  14. A great giveaway. Love the name Pie Making Day. Thanks!

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  15. I would love to have these fabrics to put in a quilt that I am designing

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  16. This is amazing! Your patterns are the best!

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  17. I'm loving all the variations of your big zebra on IG ... I could work those blenders into the background :-) thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  18. I love the Pie Making day bundle - I've been drooling over it since I saw it. I picked up your Zebra pattern a couple of weeks ago and am hoping to start on it soon - it's brilliant. The Chorus Line is so cute! So glad I found your site!

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  19. I would use the bundle to make a bed sized quilt for my little girl. She is soon going to be moving to bunk beds and sharing her room as our family grows. A new quilt is just the thing to ease the transition.

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  20. I would make the chorus line quilt! The pie bundle is perfect!

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  21. I know JUST the little girl who would love a bright quilt with that bundle !

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  22. Wow. How exciting to have 2 chances to win that bundle and patterns from you!! I just purchased one of your zebra patterns. So looking forward to making it!

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  23. This is awesome. This fabric is lovely. Thanks for sharing and giving to the quilting fans.

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  24. Wow what an awsome prize! This is a very pretty fabric bundle - I love your dancing ladies, and paper piecing is so very wonderful. I have done quite a few block this way, and you never see any patterns of people - just love them

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  25. Love the chorus line - stunning pattern! and fabrics on top of that - what a wonderful giveaway!!! :)

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  26. I would use it in a twin sized quilt with cat shaped applique.

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  27. I am thinking maybe a quilt for my little baby girl. Thanks

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  28. A chorus line quilt! It's a lovely pattern.

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  29. What a lovely pattern. And what a generous giveaway!!

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  30. Beautiful fabric... I can think of a couple different quilt patterns I would like to make with this bundle.
    Your patterns are amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  31. Beautiful bundle for sure! I wanted to mention to you to try Dawn (the blue one) dish detergent on the area that bled on your quilt. I've had really good luck with it (found it on Pinterest). Such a cute and creative quilt--makes me smile!

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  32. These colors are fabulous. I'm not a quilter, but am a needleworker and am always looking for great fabrics to use on my finished projects--as a backing, a border or even stitching on them. These fabrics would be great for those purposes!

    Thank you to you and your sponsor for offering the giveaway!

    Carol S.

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  33. I love the colors! If I was lucky enough to win I would make your 40" zebra pattern!

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  34. Im so excited to find this give away Ive never won anything in my life this would be awsome!

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  35. would be a great inspiration for a quilt for my sister's birthday!

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  36. Is that a chorus line of Mothers celebrating their children's return to school after the holidays?
    Love the pattern and the fabric. Thank you for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  37. I love the rainbowy goodness of the pie making day line. And your patterns are so amazing it would be hard to choose! I especially love the panda, elephants and zebras!

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  38. What a great giveaway, thank you so much. If I won I think I would put many of the fabrics to use in a baby quilt I plan to make in a couple of months. I'm thinking of an Elmer design and these fabrics would work wonderfully for that. I'm sure I'd also have enough to make a few chorus line ladies for myself as I think they would make for such a fun sewing tote.

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  39. Hello, I would make a scrappy quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  40. Such gorgeous colours! My boss and his partner have a baby due in a few months, so it would be perfect timing to make them a baby quilt.

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  41. What a fabulous giveaway - you know I love your patterns. I want to know, does your brain ever rest, or are you always thinking of ideas. Have a great day.

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  42. I still fricking love that pattern. I might even make it (a whole quilt?) if I won a fabric bundle. Eventually.

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  43. A quilt for my sister! She would love the gorgeous colors!

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  44. Hello from the Missouri Ozarks. Great fabric for a quilt. Love the colors. Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  45. Greetings from Cape Breton. This is a fun give away! Those fabrics are so cheery. Thanks.

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  46. aww so darling! I'd make plushies, the accents would be perfect with the patterns

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  47. I would love to make a happy table runner with this fabric. Or maybe something for my daughter. Thank you for the chance.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  48. I really like your rainbow chorus line girls. Very pretty!

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  49. Comment city! I think I would make a quilt for one of my nieces! Oh using one of your patterns would be perfect.

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  50. Awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance. Cool pattern! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  51. Wow, what a wonderful giveaway! Just for fun I am going to post a poem that used to make my son laugh when he was young. Then that would make ME laugh. Maybe you will get a chuckle too.

    Snowball
    By Shel Silverstein

    I made myself a snowball
    As perfect as could be.
    I thought I'd keep it as a pet
    And let it sleep with me.
    I made it some pajamas
    And a pillow for its head.
    Then last night it ran away,
    But first it wet the bed.

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  52. To be honest, I think I am more interested in the pattern than the fabric, I'll give that to Mr10 who is trying to build up his own stash

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  53. Hi! I'm not going to say I'd attempt the chorus line even I want one of my own, but I'd make a quilt for sure!!

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  54. The thought of "Pie-Making Day" reminds me of an elderly woman in he nursing home where I worked in high school and college (over 30 years ago). Anna rarely talked, but when she did, she'd talk about her husband who loved her pies. Anna would make pie a few times a week so he'd always have a slice in his lunch pail. His nickname was "Pie Face". I loved that little old lady.

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  55. I love your fiesty kickers. But I also have a desire to make a 'three ducks flying into the distance' wall hanging (I am having a mental block and can't for the life of me think how else to describe that) and keep eyeing your duck pattern to help me out with that. But I can only buy when I have finally finished my current quilt. I don't like WIPs hanging around. I know I'm weird...

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  56. I love this fabric line. Other than make "a quilt" I'm not really sure what I'd do with the bundle, but I'll figure it out - I promise!
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  57. What a beauty of a quilt. I doubt I would ever be able to make it and it come out a good as yours did. Wonderful job!

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  58. I can can make a quilt, but am not good at baking pie.

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  59. A lovely fabric range, just perfect for a quilt I am planning for my granddaughter. I love your chorus line pattern and I know a little girl who would love that quilt as she is learning to dance and loves it. Decisions, decisions!

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  60. Why did the fabric bundle cross the road?
    Because the chicken love it sew much.

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  61. I am about to start the Farmer's Wife sewalong & the Pie Making Day would be perfect fabric for that & I have my eye on your hippo & giraffe patterns to go with my Cotton & Steel animal quilt that I have already made the big lion & the zebra for. Thanks for the opportunity Juliet 😘

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  62. Hi! Love this fabric line colors!

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  63. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter with these awesome fabrics!
    Thanks

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  64. Pie Making Day is a nice collection - the fabrics read as one colour, I love it!

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  65. I love the can can dancers. They remind me of going to the melodrama during my home town's Frontier Days as a kid.

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  66. Oh, I love those colors! I'm new here. I just happened to run across your site and have enjoyed looking at all your paper-pieced patterns. Paper piecing is on my "to do" list. :) Thanks for the opportunity to win fabric! :)

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  67. WOW the comments are flowing today. What a fantastic giveaway. A friends daughter has just started making You Tube videos of herself creating in the kitchen so 'Pie Making Day' would have to be made into something for her

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  68. Wonderful fabric, has me thinking about apple pie and it's 95 outside.

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  69. Gorgeous fabrics! Great giveaway, thanx for the chance to win!

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  70. I'd make a rainbow quilt if I won, love rainbows!

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  71. Wow, this would be fabulous fabric to make some spring wreaths!

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  72. It would be a "kick" to make chorus line! :-)

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  73. Beautiful fabrics, and I love Chorus Line pattern!

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  74. Gorgeous fabrics, I'd use them in the medallion quilt that I'm planning in my head!

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  75. Wonderful giveaway, thank you! I love these fabrics...
    Love your blog too, and your patterns!

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  76. Gorgeous range (bright happy colours!) and a gorgeous pattern. I am always in awe of how much you've achieved and how far you've come (so far!) xx

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  77. Love your pattern. Love the Pie Making fabrics. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  78. Beautiful fabric, thanks for the chance to win!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  79. Very pretty fabrics ... would make a lovely churn dash quilt ... thanks for chance to win.
    lindabatz@gmail.com

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  80. Your patterns never cease to amaze me. I've never done any paper piecing before but I'd love to give it a try.

    I'd use the fabrics to make cushions for our new dining room chairs.

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  81. I would love to use the fabric to make a quilt! Thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  82. Thank you for having this giveaway worldwide. I love the colours and would like to make a quilt for myself. I don't have a quilt on my own bed.

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  83. Oh sweet!! 😆. It's always a great day when pie making is quilting!!!

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  84. I haven't seen my comment show up, so I will try again. I would make a rainbow quilt with these fabrics. senstrings (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  85. Wow, that is an amazing bundle of fabrics! I'd let it set on my shelf and be enjoyed until the perfect pattern came along!

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  86. Oh my goodness, your Chorus Line quilt just makes my heart beat faster! I was just looking at another rendition of this pattern on the Factotum of Arts blog last week, and I thought, I've got to make this pattern! I put it on my wish list and so it was a delightful surprise to see it show up on your blog. I especially appreciate all the ideas that you provided for using it in in your previous post. I would love to use your ideas for the runner. I really like the play of shapes in the layout of your second runner. And I love the Pie Making Day fabric. It would be perfect for this project. Thank you thank you thank you for the inspiration, and for the awesome chance to win!

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  87. Just found your patterns this year, & am in love with your designs. I have been re-inspired by your insightful posts and am about to do the 'in flight' quilt. This colour range and variety of patterns would be great for both old and modern designs. Many thanks for the chance to win.

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  88. These fabrics would make an amazing picnic blanket - such lovely shades :) Thanks for the chance to win x

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  89. Love both the pattern and the fabric. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  90. Hi from Scotland! Love these prints xx
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  91. Beautiful bundle! Thank you for the giveaway. The collection reminds me of my grandmother and her love of anything floral.

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  92. I love the fabrics in this bundle and I'd use them to make a table cloth for my dining room table.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  93. Yummy bundle - they suitt the Chorus Line PERFECTLY!!!!

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  94. what a beautiful bundle! Love Chorus Line! onlydiamonds@ hotmail dot com

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  95. I very much love your Chorus Line, especially the perspective by differing sizes. These fabrics work so nicely with the pattern.

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  96. Love the colors in that bundle. Yummy enuf to eat!

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  97. What a lovely collection of colors. I'm thinking a nice cheery quilt with a white background.
    wpolsson@islandnet.com

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  98. Beautiful fabrics! I think I'd have to make a table runner for my newly remodeled kitchen.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  99. My Mom started a quilt for me with the parasol ladies. I think it would be terrific to put the chorus line ladies on the back. As I always say, they are no good girls gone wrong - only bad girls found out! (OK, Mae West said it, but I would love to put that on the label for the quilt.) The fabrics are perfect!

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  100. Hello!! Love your new zebra tote!

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  101. What a fun Bundle! Would Looove to win it! Definitely would make a Quilt! :) Your chorus Line is fun....think I would get my Daughter to help me make it! A great Mom & Daughter Project! :)

    Thanks for chance to win! :)

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  102. I'd make a quilt with the fabric bundle. Great colors.

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  103. I would either make a bag or a mini quilt about spring

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