Thursday, August 25, 2011

Giveaway!!!

Our very first giveaway! 

We will be giving away a charm pack of 'Fresh' by Deb Strain for Moda to three randomly chosen winners! All you have to do is comment on this post! Tell us what you would make with the charm pack and include your email address!




Comment away!! We will have not one, not two, but THREE winners!

Don't forget your email address! Just add it to the end of the note! We will want to know where to mail the goods!
If you do not have a Google account, use the anonymous or name/url option!


You have until 12:00pm MST on September 1, 2011 to post! Then we will draw winners! Good Luck!

44 comments:

  1. This charm back would make place mats or a table runner. It is really fun fabric
    Jean White
    krazo@centurytel.net

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  2. How exciting with the first give away! What cute prints in this fun charm pack. If I were to win, I would make my daughter, who is a professional photographer, a cute camera strap and some placemats. Thanks for this great opportunity to win.

    Rita
    rita@integrity-inc.com

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  3. I love Whistlepig Creek patterns. It would be great to win the charm pack to make an Afternoon Charm quilt.
    Gina in CO
    peapoddesigns_at_hotmail dot com

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  4. What would I make w/ this charming charm pack? Why one of your patterns of course!
    towens71(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. I owe my one yr old grandgirl a bright cute quilt so she can love it and drag it around.. She's worn out the one I made when she was born.
    That's what my charm square pack would go to!
    Thanks for the chance and Thanks for coming up with the cutest patterns!
    Cheryl
    bclong1@netscape.net

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  6. I love your patterns and I love Deb Strain! She spoke at my quilt guild meeting last year. I would use the charms to make a charming bag using one of your patterns.
    rlwerth@gmail.com

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  7. I would so make a quilted purse. I'm a purse FIEND and I can see this for FALL! Add some great embroidery, a few charms and you're on your way to the store to get some more fabric!! Love this!

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  8. I would find a jelly roll to match and use it to make a very bright "Rolling Stars" quilt (by Whistlepig Creek). My favorite quilt pattern!

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  9. jazzysmiomndad@aol.comAugust 25, 2011 at 3:36 PM

    I just purchased the Charming Totes Two pattern. I can see a fun, bright tote in my future.

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  10. I have purchased several of your patterns through the years.

    I would make a table topper or runner with this charm pack.

    It would also make a great spring/summer tote bag.

    Misscharlotte1952@yahoo.com

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  11. I think this charm pack would make a lovely spring table runner for my dining room table!
    azbelle3@yahoo.com

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  12. I would make a bright table runner.

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  13. I think some of the charms would go well in a children's quilt, or I might make a tote bag. Moda fabrics are some of my favorites. Lana LKDrum@aol.com

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  14. I would be thrilled to win one of the charm packs. It would turn into a lovely tote bag for my best friend. Thanks for your great patterns!

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  15. These are darling prints. As a volunteer for Project Linus, making blankets for children in crisis, I'd use the charm pack to make a happy hug for a child in need of one. (And what fun it would be, finding more prints to work with those colors!)

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  16. I would make a charm pack tote to carry my books to school. My students love to see my new bags. Msgrice@comcast.net

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  17. I think I would make my very first tote bag with these -- so cheery and bright!

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  18. I think that I would make a tote bag for my daughter with this. The prints are so cheerful and bright. Thanks for the chance to win. :) ceciliayoung@gmx.com

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  19. I see this making a fabulous tote bag for my teacher daughter - it would cheer her up on those early morning wake-ups! Love your blog-
    Peggy
    pbenzin@gmail.com

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  20. It's such a bright and cheerful fabric. I think I would add lots of white to make either a pinwheel or a twister lap quilt. Thanks for your generous give away.

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  21. Such pretty fabric! I love it! I would make a table runner out of my Lil' Twister. I would also make a tote or purse for myself so that my teenage daughter can "borrow" it!

    Good luck with your first giveaway!
    Joy H.

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  22. Love the bright fabrics! They would make an adorable Sweet Retreat Bag.

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  23. I adore Whistlepig and so enjoy your patterns and blog :) I would really enjoy making a table topper from Deb Strain's Fresh Flowers ... I'm still waiting to try my Lil' Twister myself, so what an opportunity this would make! I thank you so much for not only this giveaway but for all the fabulous patterns you offer through your shop and your even better customer service I've always received from Whistlepig!!

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  24. Such bright and refreshing colors. Our quilt guild makes quilts for local cancel patients. The latest pattern is "Disappearing Nine Patch" using 5" squares (charm squares). Your charm pack (along with some from my 'stash') would make a cheery quilt for some cancer patient.
    Thanks
    memee49@yahoo.com

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  25. I have never made a quilt so maybe a table topper or better yet a wonderful tote-bag. But what ever the choice, these are wonderful patterns and colors to work with! Thank you for offering such a generous giveaway!

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  26. Adore the fabrics. Would make a table topper for my garden room.Carmen X

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  27. I made a jelly roll quilt with this line. I would love to make some shams to match!

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  28. Love the looks of these collections. I'm sure I could find a good use for a charm pack.

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  29. Oh! What a pretty charm pack! I could use it on that new baby quilt pattern like you suggested.:D

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  30. I think this fabric would make an adorable tote bag!
    Debi Moore
    pawhugs@carolina.rr.com

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  31. The charm pack would be lovely to make windmill bags and weekended bags too.
    mkdanis@frontier.com

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  32. This fabric is so bright and happy. I'd add solids of white and that light blue and make a throw for sitting on the porch. Just perfect. VermontPines@aol.com

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  33. How generous and what wonderfully bright fabric. Think I would love to make tote bag but haven't done anything for the local hospital nursery lately...wouldn't that make a fun little quilt to brighten someone's day!! Fligamapoof@gmail.com

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  34. This charm pack is so bright and fun, it would be perfect to make a quilt for "Quilts for Kids". This organization provides quilts for children in the hospital throughout the US. I'm sure it would cheer a child up.
    quiltalotmo@yahoo.com

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  35. There's a gal at our church that is having some real challenges finding employment & benefits as she is single. What an nice gift using your Charm Totes II pattern to lift her spirits. I sure hope I'm one of the 3 winners.
    Mary Louise
    rmetzke@wi.rr.com

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  36. Hello ...it's me again, Yes, I think a tote would be wonderful! I forgot to add my email address last time so here it is.
    Sentry07mt@msn.com (((smiles)))

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  37. This would make a cute handbag!
    janeenvice2000@gmail.com

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  38. I love the bright fabric!! Would go great in a cheery quilt!!
    Rita
    rjj@telusplanet.net

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  39. My mom would love to make the patchwork ruffle skirts I have been begging for for my two year old twins! I promise, she told me so! :) Any extra would be used to appliqué some matching shirts. The girls can't wait!
    Laurrn@notfish.com

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  40. This *would* be my first charm pack ever and I would work it into a child's comfort quilt (donation) to my local charity. Thanks for the chance!

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  41. Ohhh, such a happy bunch of fabrics! I think I would make a notebook cover. I have taken on a big project, planning a convention, and I think I will need a BIG notebook AND something to make me smile, lol!

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  42. I would make a lap quilt, it's such a beautiful set of designs! LizJNelson@gmail.com

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  43. These would make a good start for an adorable quilt for my Granddaughter who is going into a "big girl" bed.

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  44. This fabric is so bright and cute! It would be perfect with the twister tool for a table runner.

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