A Giveaway of my very own!

*The giveaway is now closed*

To celebrate my complete love for the redo of my blog, I’ve decided to have a little giveaway! And seeing as how my name is Cut to Pieces, I thought that it would be fitting to give away fabric that was cut to pieces…What is that you say? Why a bunch of scrap fabric! But not just any scraps….Katie Jump Rope Scraps! I’m working on a Katie Jump Rope Quilt right now with my Busy Bees group so I have lots of scraps floating around and they are starting to pile up. Never fear, I will use them. But in the meantime, I’ll share the Katie Jump Rope love with you all!

Katie Jump Rope Scraps - Blog giveaway!

How can you win a delicious set of scraps like this one? Well…

1. Leave me a comment telling me your favorite fabric line that I can actually purchase (aka no flea market fancy answers! LOL)

2. Become a follower to the blog and leave a separate comment telling me you did so or tell me that you are already a follower. It’s so fun to have followers right?!

3. Post about my giveaway on your blog and leave me a separate comment telling me that you did so.

Hopefully these will go to a happy home where they are made into a beautiful something. I find the nice thing about scraps is that I’m more willing to use them because they are already cut in to. So good luck everyone! I’ll pick a winner on Sunday June 27th!

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85 thoughts on “A Giveaway of my very own!

  1. Stop it. Am I really the first comment? That can't be. Ok. Do I get points for being early? Just Kidding. My favorite fabric line is….. only one huh?……is Hope Valley. Now favorite fabric, not that you asked, but I'll tell you anyway is Alexander Henry spotted owls. Fun blog too.

  2. Ooh, I love love Katie Jump Rope and would love some scraps. 🙂 My new favorite fabric line would have to be Castle Peeps. I just got it in the mail and CAN'T WAIT to cut into.

  3. I follow your blog via Google Reader. I haven't tried enough fabric lines to post a favorite…that's one reason I read blogs to learn about other peoples' favorites. I would love to try working with your Katie Jump Rope scraps!

  4. Favorites are hard! I'm really loving Nest right now. I also can't get enough of Nicey Jane–I've used it for a couple of projects and I'm still not tired of it!

  5. Be still my heart! I just went on a fabric binge buying as much KJR I could find that wasn't $40 for a FQ! I'm totally crossing my fingers to win this one — you've got scraps of some I haven't found yet. As for current fabric lines… I'm really excited about Early Bird by Cosmo Cricket. I hope it shows up in our local shop!

    Thanks for the chance to enter!

  6. I absolutely love Hope Valley, I bought a half yard bundle of the entire line. I'm also loving Nicey Jane and Dolce. And of course, Far Far Away 2! I just ordered half yard of every print in the line, some a full yard, and I'm anxiously waiting for the package to arrive! Thanks for the giveaway and can't wait to see your completed Katie Jump Rope quilt!

  7. I'm so glad you posted this on flickr – this has got to be the cutest blog I've ever seen! And I'm with Dena – Hope Valley all the way!

  8. My favorite fabric line is…okay well, how about two: Antiquity by Micheal Miller (absolutely elegant) and Pretty Bird by Pillow and Maxfield (it's just so cheery).

  9. I love anything Heather Ross, which I guess at the moment means Far Far Away II (kind of buyable, right?). 🙂 Those scraps are beautiful.

  10. Angela, I had to blog this one as well as my other two entries because I have done that terrible thing I keep doing which is to discover my new favourite line and then discover that it is no more – I did it with Katie Jump Rope and with Moda Cherish and I either need to win this giveaway or someone needs to bring out a new line along the same lines. I saw you using it in your bee and saw Brioni using it in her fabulous new Cury Boy-designed flowers and just had to have some. Anyway, I'll shut up now and good luck on your birthday in my giveaway! X

  11. I just love Red Letter Day…and I am here to tell you that is can all still be found…i just got parts and pieces of the entire collection and Im so jazzed about it! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  12. I am also one of your newest followers. And now, I am going to go through your list of tutorials you want to do. I am always looking for more to add to my to do list 🙂

  13. Wow, thanks for the great chance to win. Right now I'm loving basics, so I really like Monaluna by Mingle (or is it Mingle by Monaluna…I get so confused). And I just splurged on some FF2.

  14. Hi! There are a couple fabric lines I'm in love with currently. I love Mingle, and love the expanded colorways. I also really like Brooklyn Heights. I found it on Hawthorne Thread's website (thanks, weekly email!), but can't really find it other places. (yet, hopefully?) Very cute, and I didn't buy enough yet!

  15. I just love your blog. A fabric line I love is Laurie Wisbrun's Tuffed Tweets and I cannot wait for her new Urban Circus is just about to ome out looks like a winner too, and who wouldn't like her Donkeys and Wellies also.

  16. I may too late to jump in on this! I was away from my computer for days!! my favorite line is a toss up of the original far far away, by heather Ross and Anna Maria horner's little folks voile.

  17. Angela, I love the fabric collection Westminster fabrics has from Kaffe Fassett, Martha Negley and Phillip Jacobs to name a few.
    Thank you for the chance to win. I will use these fabrics in my 3/4 inch hexies charm quilt if I win.

  18. Wow, thanks for the chance at your great giveaway. I am not very knowledgeable about these designer fabric lines, except for Kaffe Fassett, who I have long been a fan of. But I recently discovered Erin McMorris (I think that is the right name…) and Heather Ross – both scrummy!

  19. I'm really liking the Nicey Jane fabric right now. I love the scraps giveaway idea…thanks for the chance to win your beauties!

  20. I am just very new to sewing and know few lines…but your blog is nice and your quilts very pretty. I hope to learn enough to make nice work too!

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