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March Monthly Giveaway!

Posted on March 08 2016

Rumor has it that many of you have been anxiously waiting for the arrival of Sweetwater's Volume ll! You are not alone! We are in love with this reproduction! How would you like to win a yard or two...or four? This month we are giving away yardage, not to only one of you, but to you and a friend! It's always more fun to sew with a friend, right? Two yards for you and two yards for your sewing buddy. You can mix and match by the 1/2 yard cut or you can choose 2 yards of the same.

To enter: Tell us who you sewing buddy is and why? How does he/she inspire you? I know you probably have a sewing posse that inspires you, but for giveaway purposes, it can only be split two ways. You can however, enter multiple times with different sewing buddies. 

Also, visit us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to enter there too!

Ta ta for now! Happy sewing!!

120 comments

  • Sherrie Gestach: March 26, 2019

    No sewing/quilting buddy for me. However, my inspiration comes from wonderful blogs and shops such as yours.

  • Seana: March 13, 2019

    I dont actually have a sewing buddy, but my husband does hang out and watch movies in my sewing room so we have more time together!

  • Carol San Diego: March 12, 2019

    My sewing friend is Janet. She does beautiful work and is very creative.

  • CBG: January 23, 2019

    My sewing buddy is Sparky the cat. I used to sew with friends but they were older and retired while I am still working so I don’t get to see them as often. In the meanwhile, sparky and I have them same hours and can hang out in the sewing area together. She sits on the table next to my sewing machine (or on the cutting table which is not helpful or safe) and keeps me company.

  • Gene Black: March 20, 2018

    My sewing buddy is Linda – she heads a quilt guild that does lots of charity work. Her generosity inspires me to sew for charitable causes.

  • Jeanette velardi: February 20, 2018

    Love the fabrics you sell. My sewing buddy is my friend barbara. Everything she does inspires me.

  • Andrea: February 20, 2018

    My mother is my sewing buddy because she does all the difficult jobs that I do not want to attempt.

  • Sophie Yargeau: May 07, 2017

    My sewing buddy is My Sister Lison , she helped me start quilting. She has given me lots of great Tips and Advice. and When i get stuck i call her. love you sis.

  • lee: April 18, 2017

    What a nice line of fabric! My sewing buddy has been my best friend since jr high school!

  • Sally : March 30, 2017

    My sewing buddy is Lisa. We work together and have fun planning sewing Saturdays together.

  • Craftmommy: March 29, 2017

    My craft buddy is Marcia. She is a cool and talented quilter and inspires me with her creations. She is my new sewing buddy I came through Instagram. ?☺

  • Barbara: March 28, 2017

    My quilting buddy is my best friend. We don’t live near each other but when we see each other, we get into major “trouble” shopping and sewing! Thanks for the give away.

  • Malea: March 28, 2017

    My aunt! She gives the greatest advice and doesn’t make me feel silly for my dumb quilting questions!

  • Meredith DuHamel: March 27, 2017

    My quilting buddy is one of my dearest friends named Kay. Kay used to live across the street from me when our kids were growing up. We did everything together—cook, shop, take our kids to the park, etc. We didn’t really have any time for quilting then. Gradually, as our kids became adults, we had more free time. Kay took up quilting. I had never been a crafty person, but I eventually took it up also so that we would still have something in common. Sadly, we live miles apart now and seldom see each other. But we still text about what quilt we just made, what fabric we just bought and what quilting retreat she just attended. She is miles ahead of me as far as quilting goes, so she inspires me to keep on sewing whenever I am feeling down.

  • Patti Morena: March 23, 2017

    My quilt buddies are every and all online commenting and blogging.

    I learned to quilt in high school (39 years ago!) and have dabbled in between hockey, softball and soccer games….. as well as cooking, cleaning, working……..

    Kids are grown and now I just compete with my own hobbies (cycling & hiking)….

    - and up until 6 mos. ago I didn’t think I could ‘do it all’. But thanks to all of you posting and sewing I have learned to make time- and wow, I wish I had video tutorials years ago!! I am mor adventurous than ever before- thanks to my blog and Pinterest friends.

  • Rhonda: March 12, 2017

    I guess my husband—-he indulges my hobby and runs to the store if I need thread matched and hasn’t complained even though literally half his closet is where I keep my fabric stash :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Diana Fields: March 08, 2017

    My quilting/sewing buddy is my cat Binkie. He loves to hang out with me in my sewing room. He is a big helper when I am positioning fabric to cut on my cutting table and he also helps by laying on my sewing machine extension table while I sew. I wouldn’t give up our times together for anything though.

  • Lori Morton: March 07, 2017

    I am inspired by my very quilty Daughter! :) We sew together every chance we get…tho she lives in NC & I am in Ohio! We also stitch “Long-distance” together. We are working on quilts now..same pattern, different fabrics. Work on them when we get together..we have them pin basted & ready to quilt…may be finished before end of Summer! (we also work on different things on our own..but this is our favorite way to “Be together”. Miss her being close..8 hours is long way to just Pop-in. :)

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!! :)

  • Rita: March 06, 2017

    My quilting/sewing buddy is my sister Gertie. She is a beautiful seamstress that always inspires and motivates me!

  • Tina: February 23, 2017

    My sewing buddy is my mother- after all she’s had years of experience in sewing clothing (for six kids) and in quilt making as well.

    How does she inspire me? For one, when she was 61 years old she completed a Dressmaking and Design class and passed with an A+ …but what’s MOST inspiring to me is that years later- after a radical mastectomy, open heart surgery, and a knee replacement- she’s still sewing.

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