It's Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway Day! I missed out last time but today I am giving away 2 lovely mini shopping bags to 2 lucky winners. The bags are made from a Michelle (formerly KeykaLou) pattern. The pattern comes with instructions for making the same bag in three different sizes. These bags are the small size and the finished dimensions are approximately 12" x 10" x 4" (30 x 25 x 10 cm). The outer fabric of both bags is Sugar Creek and Winding Road by Denyse Schmidt. The inside of one bag is Kona Peacock and the other bag is pink (I believe it is also Kona but am not sure of the exact color). These bags are perfect for holding a few items from a quick shopping trip. They also make great lunch bags which is what I use mine for. (And no, you cannot have my Angry Birds fruit snacks or Girl Scout Cookies--they are for demonstration purposes only!)
- Giveaway is open to US residents.
- To be entered, simply leave a comment on this post. Not sure what to say? A few suggestions: tell me where you're going on your summer vacation, suggestions for activities to keep the kiddos occupied this summer, your go-to handmade gift, or a link to your favorite recipe or your favorite tutorial.
- Comments will close on May 25 at 7pm EST and the winner notified by e-mail.
- If you are a no-reply blogger, please be sure to leave an e-mail address in your comment. If I can't easily get in touch with you, I will select a new winner.
Someone has to be first, I will be going to a wedding in Long Island, NY and visiting family.ReplyDelete
Thanks for a chance, your bags are lovely and would work well for our trip to Florida this summer :)ReplyDelete
Try making this for the kids. http://www.instructables.com/id/KidWash%3a-PVC-Sprinkler-Water-Toy/ReplyDelete
actually we are planning a week long trip that involves 23 hrs in the car, 2 kids and 16 wks pregnant. I'm rather nervous about it. My husband on the other hand, is exstatic!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to swimming this summer! Also, I love your chevron background :) Totally cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway!
melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com
Lovely bags! We're planning mostly to just staycation this summer. We have a few short day trips planned to lakes, but for the most part we'll be staying close to home this year. :)ReplyDelete
Great Bag! Will be working all summer :(ReplyDelete
This summer I'm looking forward to a quilting retreat in July. My go-to gift is usually a tote bag of some form.ReplyDelete
Love these bags! What a great size. And the pattern is affordable also--sweet!ReplyDelete
thanks for the giveaway; these bags would make the chore of shopping so much prettier!!
Cute bags! We are going camping a few times this summer. As far as keeping the kiddos busy, I like to let them bake and we also hit the park once a week. :) Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
Great bags! I love those Keyka Lou patterns!ReplyDelete
knspears (at) gmail (dot) com
One of my favorite tutorials:ReplyDelete
These bags are really lovely! I've been meaning to buy this pattern, but just haven't gotten around to it, yet. I have several other of her patterns, but I haven't sewn those yet, either... do you like the way the Michelle patterns are written?ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win these wonderfully useful bags. We are still up in the air about travel this summer.ReplyDelete
Such great fabric!ReplyDelete
You have to try these enchiladas! http://noteverythingimakeispretty.blogspot.com/2011/10/is-enchilada-verde-date.html
Our big trip in the summer is always to church camp for 10 days. My husband and I met there 20 years ago and now we are raising our 4 kids there!ReplyDelete
Not really taking a summer vacation, but am traveling to 2 weddings in the next couple of weeks.ReplyDelete
lovely! thanks for the great giveaway! for summer activities, I just supply water in some form - water guns, sprinklers, trip to the lake, etc.ReplyDelete
I plan on being lazy next to the kiddie pool this summer. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win some awesomeness. I am going camping with my kids in a campground on lake Michigan.ReplyDelete
Very nice bags. I'm going on a research trip to SE Oregon to study lizards. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
Those bags are fabulous and I am going to have to check out that pattern!ReplyDelete
My go to gift to make is baby hats.ReplyDelete
We like to make a weekly trip to the library. We get books and videos. They also sign up for the summer reading program.ReplyDelete
Thanks for a chance to win.
we plan on taking our girls to Atlanta and the aquarium....we also go to the library weekly...I am a librarian after all :)ReplyDelete
ykatrina at hotmail dot com
Those bags are so cute, and the perfect size. I am going to San Antonio to celebrate 3 year anniversary this weekend, and I took next week off. I hope to complete a lot of projects, and get my house clean. Thank you so much for generously offering the bags and patterns!ReplyDelete
(hrmaris at yahoo dot com)
Your choice of fabrics are beautiful! I love this opportunity to discover wonderfully creative blogs such as yours. thanks!ReplyDelete
I am going to the Virgin Islands for my Brother in law's wedding! It should be exciting! Also, I love the colors of those bags!ReplyDelete
Super cute bags! On my way to NYC this summer with my daughter!ReplyDelete
These are adorable. I love using fabric bags for my grocery shopping.ReplyDelete
Love these! The thing I'm looking forward to most this summer is camping on lake michigan!ReplyDelete
peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com
For little kids, my go-to handmade gift is felt food.ReplyDelete
What no girl scout cookies?! LOL These are lovely, even without the cookies!ReplyDelete
Those are so cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win!
Love this bag!! My go-to gift is crayon roll-up for kids, and pillow covers for adults :)ReplyDelete
So cute... love the fabric! Here is the best-ever cinnamon roll recipe (using a bread machine):ReplyDelete
On the first page at theveganstoner.com there is a simple recipe for apple tahini salad. I've made it 3 times already! Doubling the recipe would make it perfect for a cookout.ReplyDelete
This bag would be perfect for picnic dates in the park with my little ones.ReplyDelete
Your bags are darling. This summer I am going to become a grandmother!! So I'll be spending lots of time helping my daughter. Thanks for a great giveaway.ReplyDelete
i ordered this pattern but haven't tried it. it's super sweet in the D.S. fabric (love her lines).ReplyDelete
i'm looking forward to some summer sewing and gardening. we've been marching around the block in dress up clothes and lots of hose time around here.
thanks for the giveaway!
Fun bags! I'm looking forward to soaking in some sun. Thank you, mamalusco at ortelco dot netReplyDelete
My go to handmade gift is a hand painted porcelain mug :DReplyDelete
We will be headed to St George Utah, going to explore Zion's some while we are down there.ReplyDelete
We're planning on hitting the beach for a few days this summer and the most fun will be my baby brother's wedding! Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
ravensrascals (at) gmail (dot) com
I always make little quilted gifts :)ReplyDelete
I am planning on taking my son hiking as much as possible this summer, and going to north carolina and wisconsin. :-) Cute bags!!ReplyDelete
What cute bags! I'm going to San Diego with the fam this summer- I'm ready for vacation!ReplyDelete
No set plans for the summer, but I hope there will be lots of boating on the lake!ReplyDelete
We have no big plans. We may visit friends in southern California. Otherwise, we'll just be lazing around.ReplyDelete
i like your bags. hoping to get in a lot of gardening this summerReplyDelete
Cute bags! I'm going to visit family in SK this summer!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway. We'll be doing library activities and $1 movies this summer to keep busy.ReplyDelete
Great bag! Looking forward to my son's wedding and making plans this summer for it.ReplyDelete
Summer will be spent sewing...I am trying to get stuff ready for Christmas and I figure if I start now, I might actually finish on time.ReplyDelete
I am hoping to spend a lot of time with my sister and my parents this summer - every moment is precious! Thanks for the chance to win - I love your bags!!ReplyDelete
My new favorite tutorial is from Missouri Quilt Company on YouTube:ReplyDelete
This is so cool (if you're into quilting) and I will be putting it to good use soon!
How fun! I like to spend the summer at the pool with my kids!ReplyDelete
I am crushing on these bags and the fabrics you used to make them!! I enjoy going to the beach in the summer, I like to feel the sand between my toes and hear the waves crash on the shore and smell the salt in the air.ReplyDelete
My contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com
Thanks so much for participating in this giveaway and for offering such lovely prizes. Because of your generousity, I get to enter to win cool prizes, find great new blogs to follow and get some inspiration along the way! I appreciate it.
Have a terrific day,
love these bags! the fabrics are fab!ReplyDelete
I am planning on going camping this summer!ReplyDelete
I am going to Yellowstone!ReplyDelete
Love these bags! You made them with some of my favorite fabrics!!ReplyDelete
I just found this tutorial and have been wanting to make one!
Love the bags!ReplyDelete
Love the bags! Thanks for the great giveaway! Have a Happy Day! :)ReplyDelete
this summer i will be watching friends kids and hopefully keeping them busy with lots of crafts. we started hand stitching the last time they came so i see many pillows and shirts for plush toys in the future.ReplyDelete
I have been looking for some bag patterns to sew up and these are lovely! For summer I do crafts with my kids! Painting birdhouses making mini quilts and painting beautiful pictures I can keep forever! Have a great summer and thanks for the opportunity!CaseyReplyDelete
we already took a vacation in Feb, so our only other trip planned is camping in AugReplyDelete
Your bags are lovely! Swimming occupies kids well!ReplyDelete
we plan on going campingQ! mjalfano19 AT gmail DOT comReplyDelete
Love the bags! The colors, the shape, just lovely!ReplyDelete
My hands-down favorite tutorial is the Made by Rae Spring Ruffle Top. Fast, easy, not too much yardage needed, and uber cute!
Really adorable bags! No kids here to worry about keeping occupied, so I'll just be doing my best to wear out my two siberian huskies so I can sew and knit in peace! :D Damsel(at)me(dot)comReplyDelete
Cute bags! This summer I will be getting my daughter ready to go off to college!ReplyDelete
I love those colors! I am going on vacation to WV to visit my in laws.ReplyDelete
My goto hand made gift is a knitted wash cloth wrapped around a nice bar of soap.ReplyDelete