GIVEAWAY

10.05.2009

~~~~~~~~ THIS GIVEAWAY IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED~~~~~~~~~~~~
but feel free to leave comments (I like them!)

Here's your chance to win your very own (and very fabulous) zippy wallet in a couple of lucious Amy Butler prints no less! 



And because I'm totally excited about Halloween this year, I'm throwing in a couple of these!




Want to enter??

Leave a comment.  Just for kicks, let me know one project you are making/planning on making for the holidays Christmas.

Want another entry?
"Follow" my blog.

Want one more chance?
Post about this giveaway on your blog.  Leave me a comment with the link.

I'll close the giveaway on Monday, October 12th at 11:59 pm (CDT)

PS make sure you leave me your email address if you don't have it in your profile.

Good luck and thanks for reading my blog!

106 comments :

  1. For christmas? besides the massive amount of mittens, my favorite project is a star nosed mole for my wildlife professor, who has been a mentor for me for a while, and I found an amazing pattern online. :)


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  2. good to see your blog...reached here thru your wallet tutorial...very nice...

    I have to finish few more cross stitched christmas ornaments...

    Thank you for this beautiful giveaway...please do add me for the draw..thank you.

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  3. I love your wallet! That is definately on my list of things to make for Christmas!

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  4. So cute! I love the wallet and I love Amy Butler!

    I'm planning on making some apron's, journal covers and zippered pouches (If I can get over the fear of doing a zipper. I've still never done one before) for Christmas gifts.

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  5. I'm making a four seasons table topper for some gifts, and some wristlets - they'd be great paired with one of your wallets!

    I love the fabric.
    Susan
    sgalasso@triad.rr.com

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  6. I'm now a follower, too!
    Susan
    sgalasso@triad.rr.com

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  7. For Christmas, I'm planning on making "fake" TV set wall stickers for all my friends that are addicted to their TV and pajama pants to go with it!

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  8. BTW my email address is jeacousinATgmailDOTcom

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  9. I have a long list of things I am making for Christmas since our family decided to make handmade this year. On the list is aprons, coasters, water bottle holders, some dog water bowls just to name a few. Now I have another thanks to your tutorial. My daughter and her friends will love it!! Thank you! I will definately follow your blog to see what you come up with next.

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  10. Hi, I'm Naomi, and I'm a follower! lol Seriously though, I'm following your blog now.....I really really want to make one of your zippered wallets....I'm thinking my daughter will love it as part of her Christmas present. Thanks for sharing the tutorial. hugs Naomi

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  11. Hey Anna! I'm a follower (your first, I may add) AND I put a post on my blog too.
    This Christmas, my craft of choice will probably be our family newsletter and maybe I'll sew some hooded towels for upcoming baby showers.
    dahliab79@hotmail.com

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  12. I LOVE Amy Butler Fabrics! My good friend Dahlia steered me in your direction on her blog and she is SO right. I LOVE this wallet. Perfect.

    I'll be sure to add myself as a follower. As for projects this Christmas... I haven't even thought about it yet. But seeing as I have a new baby girl after 3 boys I'll probably be making some bows and some beaded bracelets. And probably some sort of stocking.

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  13. Here via Pink Chalk Studio, but will stick around cuz your blog looks cute! :)

    I'm working on an advent swap and a mini-quilt swap for Christmas, but otherwise don't plan to do anything "Christmas-y" in the way of quilting. I may however, make some handmade ornaments again.

    Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  14. I will be making the annual family raffel Christmas quilts using my late Mother's left over stash and maybe some pillowcases for my nieces and nephews. Very cute wallet! paltier @ rpj-aps .com

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  15. I love the wallet, great choice of fabrics.
    We are having a new grandbaby in the family so he will be getting a quilted Christmas stocking.

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  16. Cute wallet! I thankfully have a quilt for my parents already done for Christmas, but I'm planning on making a little checker set for my niece and nephew (and I'm sure some other things).

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  17. ooh - the wallet is adorable and just the right size!

    this year for christmas, i have LOTS of projects going. a farm mini quilt for one set of inlaws, a quilted table runner for my other MIL, i finished a scarf for my sis-inlaw, i'm still knitting a sweater for my newest nephew. i plan on making a teepee for my kiddo, but we'll see... and i'm knitting a baby blanket for my best friend's baby-to-be.

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  18. i am hoping to make an advent calendar and to finish my christmas quilt. now if only i could get time to do some sewing!

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  19. I'm currently in the middle of working on a quilt for my Mum for Christmas. It seems to be going well. I know I have more things to make for Christmas, but I haven't thought that far ahead yet!

    I love this little pouch and would love to win it!

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  20. I'm making a tree skirt--- I HOPE! :)

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  21. What a great little wallet! You are so talented! I'm now a follower too. Look forward to getting to know 'you' and your projects!

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  22. I'm making some aprons and potholders.

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  23. I'm going to make a lap quilt...my first quilt ever!

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  24. This christmas I am making tons of pillow cases for gifts. I need to use up so me of my stash and they are a quick and easy way!

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  25. love the ponytail bands! and the wallet too! I'm attempting to make all my gifts this year and have already got a start ... one is a knitted bunny from 'Danger Crafts'. Also a lap quilt and various other things ... too many to list. I'm a busy crafter! thanks for the opportunity to be in the giveaway!

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  26. I think I'm going to make fabric buckets and put prizes in them. Prizes may be jewels purchased from etsy, pot holders, bottles of wine, etc.

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  27. I'm adding you to my google reader!

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  28. I love the wallet and pony tails! They are so cute! This year for Christmas I am only giving away homemade gifts. I already have my list of goodies for my family. I'm making cookie mixes in a jar, homemade coffee liquer, homemade vanilla extract, and a fleece blanket for the new nephew coming in Nov!

    I'm a also a follower, this is the email I use the most! :D
    mariela_ms@Hotmail.com

    THanks!

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  29. You know, you are really making me think. I haven't given it any thought yet. Last year my children each received a handmade gift. This year....? Maybe I'll make something for my husband this time. A sweatshirt?

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  30. For Christmas I am making everyone something in an eco-friendly theme (reusable bags, no-paper towels, etc.). In order to force myself to get the stuff made, I blog about it regularly.
    cynsaw2@hotmail.com

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  31. Loving that wallet, and always in love with Amy! So Thanks.

    Making pillowcases for the grands for Halloween. Better get off here and get sewing!

    Hugs,
    Gina
    www.gigglekidsboutique.com

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  32. Doing some embroidery wall hangings, framed by a quilted border. Also would like to do some embellished kitchen towels for friends & neighbors. Love your little purse!

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  33. Trying to make as much jam and pickles as possible to give as gifts. Your little zip wallet is adorable!

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  34. Fabulous giveaway - would love to win!

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  35. Very cute! thanks for telling me about your giveaway. I posted about it here:
    http://hope-i-win.blogspot.com/2009/10/zippy-wallet.html

    And for christmas....I'll be making my mom lots of tablecloths out of cute fabrics (that's her gift). I'm sick of the ones she has :).

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  36. So cute! One project I'm working on for x-mas is a felt toolbox for my kiddo.

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  37. I love your wallet. I would love to win one!

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  38. I'm hoping to make some cloth napkins and placemats, if I ever finish the pile of baby blankets on my to do list.

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  39. I plan on making something with glitter for the holidays. That is my new favorite thing:)

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  40. cute! i usually knit up thick and chunky wool socks so i need to get going on them soon.

    treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  41. I will be making a crayon holder for my niece. I love this wallet. So cute!

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  42. This is so adorable!!! I plan on making little projects for Christmas. And clothing for my nieces and nephew!:)
    lauragerencser@roadrunner.com

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  43. I'm thinking scented potholdres for Christmas. I love those. :)
    danhanash@gmail.com

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  44. I'm a follower.
    danhanash@gmail.com

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  45. What a fun giveaway. Thanks for a chance to win. I plan to knit socks for several more family members for Christmas.

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  46. This would make a great b-day gift, for me!

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  47. Now I'm following you! Well at least your blog, that is.

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  48. I am going to make chef style aprons with trimmed waffle tea towels and trimmed oven mitts (reworked from 99 cent store mitts)

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  49. I am planning on making an advent calendar for my son this year!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  50. i found a pattern for a cute Christmas banner - I'm planning to make that this season. Thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  51. I follow your blog - alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  52. well, I plan on making a purse for my mom

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  53. I'm making a Xmas quilt for my daughter and knitting up lots of Xmasy stocking hats for babies!! I'd love to win your giveaway,..thanks so much!
    jodym7@yahoo.com

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  54. I'm planning on winning this fabulous zippy pouch and then when everyone sees it they'll want one, so then I'll have to make them:)

    thanks for the giveaway.
    Margie
    margiedicroce@rogers.com

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  55. I plan on making a few crayon wallets for my nieces and daughter.

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  56. I am making my very first Christmas quilt and for the very first time on a full size quilt, I am quilting it myself!! I only have the binding left to do!

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  57. Love your blog! I'm making a layered quilt rug for someone who will remain nameless for Christmas.

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  58. I am making gadget pouches and bags for Christmas. The men will get camera pouches.

    Thanks for letting me enter.

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  59. I would love to carry your little Zippo in my madeformebyme Frnchie bag! Thank you for the great tute too :o) Amie

    rustytatertot5150@comcast.net

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  60. hi. I'm new to your blog and couldn't be happier:) I love other sewers and find so much inspiration from them!

    I am attempting to make ALL of my Christmas gifts this year. (Attempting!) I want to make PJs for Christmas Eve, reusable shopping bags, blankets, stuffed animals for the kiddos, embroidered dish cloths, slippers, purses and bags... whatever I can think of:)

    And, I love Amy Butler fabric!

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  61. Well, I already did most of my christmas makes while I was waiting on my daughter to be born, however, I am still left with my mother in law's christmas present, i was thinking some sashiko embroidery coasters, if I can just get my butt in gear and do it.


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    jcloke@gmail.com

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  62. I'm planning to make a new tree skirt for my DD#2.
    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/photo/2825550550040927248ILesdJ

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    I use google.com/reader to track my favorite blogs .... you're listed. Hope that still counts.

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  63. Christmas.... That is coming up soo fast!
    Well one thing i am making is a baby blanket for my little brother.

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  64. I found a cute christmas quilt pattern that I hope to make this Christmas, if time allows. I love the wallet, so so cute! I would absolutely love to win it!

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  65. I haven't totally narrowed it down..but I'm thinking of some knitted/felted hot water bottle covers for the females. I made one, by request (yippeee!), for my daughter and it's very nice.

    This little purse is great! maybe I'll win it.

    Gardnwest AT aol DOT com

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  66. Cute! I am making cards for Christmas this year, but I'm not sure what else. I guess it's time to get thinking! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  67. I'm hoping to embroider some Christmas stockings for our mantel.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

    secretcake (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  68. Ah, Christmas - I admit I haven't thought that far yet but now that you've brought it to mind, I'm thinking about some crayon rolls and some totes. I'm kinda scared of zippers still..hehe.

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  69. I'm giving myself a break: no crafts for Christmas! I spent six months knitting a laceweight shawl for my mom and I'm itching to tackle some other projects.

    Although some people may be getting cloth grocery bags as gifts if my next project goes well...

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  70. I just found your blog! This year I am making quilts and hopefully aprons for Christmas.

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  71. For Christmas, I am planning to refashion some wool sweaters into beanies for my family. Such a satisfying, ecofriendly, and quick project. I'm happy to see you share my love for Amy Butler...her prints are fabulous! Thanks, Amber
    ajsobrio@yahoo.com

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  72. Pink Chalk Studio sent me here. Your wallet is darling. I'm making bags for women and pjs for the kiddies for Christmas.

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  73. Love the wallet. I'm making oven mitts from some cute japanese kitchen fabric to go with dish towels that were on sale at Crate and Barrel.

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  74. i am making some scarves and of course a quilt for my cousin's newest addition!

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  75. these will be a great addition to my daughter and daughter-in-laws' christmas stockings....:) thanks

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  76. i just made a copy of the "gather up pillow" from pink chalk studio.com to begin some Christmas sewing! you girls are so inspiring!!!

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  77. Love it! I'm planning on painting some new christmas ornament medallions for our tree. :)

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  78. I only wish I could make the things that you make! Maybe someday I will take the time to teach myself how to use my sewing machine so I can get started. Thanks for the inspiration...I love the wallets! raina

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  79. I think I'll make scarves again!!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  80. That's a very cute wallet. I can't wait to try it. I'm a follower. I don't plan on making anything for Christmas. I always plan and never have time. I might try for tote bag for my granddaughter.

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  81. I have just found your wallet tutorial and am anxious to try this out. I have enjoyed looking over your blog. You are very creative. Keep up the great work!

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  82. I plan on making several Buttercup bags(Madebyrae) for my sister/nieces!

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  83. Thanks so much for this tutorial and giveaway opportunity! There may be a few zipper wallets in stockings this year...
    I'm almost done with one sweater and have another queued up (for my own noodleheads). Also planning on knitting leg warmers, sewing up a few tote bags, and baking brioche hamburger buns for local friends and family.

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  84. My holiday projects are [Christmas] dresses for my two little girls. Gotta pattern from SugarCity and am crossing my fingers I can do it!! :)

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  85. posted about it on my blog
    http://whitneymccoy.typepad.com/ricknwhit_and_crew/

    wcmccoy720@yahoo.com

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  86. Becky Karpinsky MyerOctober 12, 2009 at 4:27 PM

    For Christmas, I think I'm going to make a bunch of wool dryer balls. I have a bunch of friends going "green" so I think they'll be popular. I'm also making the yearly king sized quilt for my brother.

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  87. Becky Karpinsky MyerOctober 12, 2009 at 4:28 PM

    Anna,

    Your blog and your projects are great! And you have such adorable little models! I'm a follower

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  88. Hmmm, for the very non crafty friend...I am still trying to learn the basic stitch for crochet!!! I made a Barbie blanket...does that count?

    stephaniewanner@hotmail.com

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  89. Hey Anna,

    Love the blog! The wallets are so cute. I've decided this year to make almost all of my Christmas gifts! I'm making everything from purses to bears!

    vanessamlynch@yahoo.com

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  90. Super cute! I've finished a couple quilts, a market bag, and a spa set for Christmas...so many more gifts to make...
    Came through "i hope i win" and posted your giveaway on my blog as well: http://handmademommy.blogspot.com/2009/10/because-who-doesnt-like-giveaway.html.
    Thanks for offering it up. :)

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  91. I hope I win that cute little wallet! For christmas making a dress for my daughter and burlap "joy" pillows for friends.

    Jamie Hansen
    mcfaddenjamie@yahoo.com

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  92. Christmas? Still looking at blogs like yours for inspiring ideas, so thanks!! Love the wallet!
    annieleec@yahoo.com

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  93. Christmas gifts include cloth napkins for everyone, little bags (pencil, cell phone, wallets) for everyone, quilted dishtowels and some baby bibs. Guess I should get rockin'!

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  94. I bought your pattern for the zip wallet a few weeks age. The tut is nice to go with it. I plan to make a few for friends and family for Christmas. These wallets are adorable. Faye Nettles

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