Monday, May 23, 2011

giveaway day!

hello to everyone visiting from sew mama sew's giveaway day.

this is my little blog journalling my crafting adventures - it's still fairly new, but i have lots of great projects all waiting patiently for a little write up!

anyway... i'm giving away this fat quarter set of momo's wonderland, four fat quarters in total.
momo wonderland


i'll select a random number on May 26th (Singapore time - so it may well still be the 25th where you are!) and i will ship internationally all you have to do  is leave me a comment telling me what your favourite tutuorial in blogland is. i have a list as long as both my arms of tutorials i want to make, and i decided recently to make an effort to actually sew some of them! so watch this space for some tutorial reviews. if you'd like to become a follower - please do, but no pressure!

412 comments:

  1. My favorite tutorial? Recently I saw one to make a strawberry pincushion. I think I'd like to make that one. Looks easy and is very sweet!

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  2. What a lovely blog you have! I'm following now.
    My favorite tutorial is one I saw on Stash Manicure one way to quilt as you go, I tried it this weekend and it works a charm. I'll finally make a huge quilt now!
    I'm having a little give away on my blog too if you're interested :-)

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  3. My favourite tutorial is on made-by-rae.com for a buttercup bag. They are really quick and simple to make, I make a few extra up every Christmas for unexpected guests who arrive with presents!

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  4. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  5. Your blog is beautiful - so sleek and clean. And I love the name. I too have just started blogging this year and I really enjoy tutorials. I've tried writing a few, but it's definitely a learning a process. I think my favorite tutorial out there is "15 min jammy (pajama) pants (trousers)": http://handmademommy.blogspot.com/2009/10/15-minute-jammy-pants.html. Very, very clear and easy tutorial for making elastic or drawstring waist trousers for kids. You can use them for PJs, sports gears, make them knee length as shorts or cropped. So useful! PS. I would love to win this fabric and I'm having a giveaway today too, stop by and join the fun.

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  6. Oh, my favourite tutorial at the moment is to make little fabric birds, but I can´t find the link at the moment, sorry.
    The fabric you are giving away is very cute.

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  7. Hi I love ways to show you how to paper piece and to few motion quilt

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  8. This potholder from sew 4 home is my FAVORITE right now http://sew4home.com/projects/kitchen-linens/876-tea-time-kitchen-applique-quilted-oven-mitts

    Soooo Pretty!
    I love all of this fabric, I hope I win! thanks again for hosting a giveaway!

    my contact email is mamafenwick@live.com

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  9. fab giveaway. one of my fav tutorials is for a baby bonnet. i made one for my friends little one and its very cute!

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  10. i have always wanted to do the pinwheel quilt tutorial on racheal griffiths blog p.s. i quilt. So cute!

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  11. This is my favourite tutorial for a baby quilt is really easy and results are very beautiful. Perfect if you need to make a gift for a baby shower. And there's a lot of tutorial on the website

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/03/pinwheel-baby-quilt.html#more

    Thank you so much for this chance to win

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  12. I use a tissue cover tutorial often! Thanks for the pretty fabric giveaway!

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  13. thank you for the chance to win this lovely fabric. i'm not much of a sewer, but there is handbag on pink penguin that i have been wanting to make. her tutorials are stylish and easy to follow

    http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/01/tutorial-puffy-pouch.html

    love your site - i'll be back!

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  14. One day (soon I hope!) I will get around to trying crochet via www.meetmeatmikes.com

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  15. My favourite tutorial is on Pickles, it's for a giant wreath made from felt balls. Love your blog, i'm going to subscribe on google reader. I'm the same, loads of tutorials in my head just waiting to be put into words on my blog!

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  16. Nice giveaway! My fav tutorial from blogland is the diamond waves quilt from Oh Fransson.

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  17. My favourite tutorial is in Craftster: how to finish back of an embroidery hoop.

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  18. You have a beautiful blog! My favorite tutorial is Anna's gathered clutch!
    Thanks for the great giveaway! I'm obsessed with Japanese sewing books!!! I'll be following to see what you make! :)

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  19. what lovely fabric,
    put my name in your hat please!
    jo
    jojoebi.designs *at* gmail *dot* com

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  20. Very pretty fabric! I'd love to win!

    316ramirez@gmail.com

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  21. My favorite tutorial at the moment is this one: http://www.stofogstil.dk/~/media/Images/Gratis_download/pdf/pudepynt02_dk.ashx?db=master Unfortunately it is only in danish ;o)
    But you will make the most cute pillow ever.

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  22. I love all the tutorials by Lynne at lilysquilts.blogspot.com Her QAL's are such fun!

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  23. Oh Fransson has a great laptop bag tutorial on Sew Mama Sew that I have made a couple of times, though I have yet to make one for myself...!

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  24. my current favourite tutorial is the one I used on the weekend to do binding on a quilt. Having never done it before, i found it so helpful!

    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2009/04/quilt-along-15-making-and-sewing-binding.html

    The red in that fabric is so lovely!

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  25. My favourite tutorial is kid clothe tutorial. Any one of them! They are so helpful and easy for a beginner like me.

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  26. My fave tute at the moment is the paper pieced circle of geese block @ The Sometimes Crafter just because I have used it so much recently and i still refer back to it when making a goose block as I call them. Thankyou for the chance to win that gorgeous fabric, I've never had any wonderland before, but always admired it!

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  27. Hi, red is such a happy color! I live in Asia too and will start following your lovely blog. My favorite tutorial is: www.cardiganempire.com/2009/08/how-to-hem-jeans-in-3-easy-steps.html.
    I am on the short side and I love this for hemming any of my pants!

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  28. my favorite tutorials are those that are small one day projects :)

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  29. I've only recently started sewing and I've been scouring the internet for all sorts of tutorials. I think my favourite comes from the Sewing 101 series on Craft Snob.

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  30. Must confess I haven't used many tutorial - I did make a dream catcher from one recently, to chase away my big girls bad dreams - seemed to work too.

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  31. I have a million and two tutorials marked on my computer...that I keep forgetting to look at!

    Most recently, I made the gathered pouch by Noodlehead and it turned out lovely.

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  32. my current favourite tutorial is thecottagemama's party dress tutorial. the results are really amazing and she gives such clear photos and instructions. the technique, once you do it, becomes so easy that you want to do that every time you make another dress.

    thanks for the winderful giveaway!
    liz1611 at gmail.com

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  33. I like most of tutorials from Prudentbaby, very smart and easy

    thanks for awesome giveaway!

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  34. Great giveaway!
    I like the Buttercup bag tutorial over at Made-by-Rae (more like a free pattern, but it's great) as well as the kids leggings tutorial over ad MADE.

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  35. Nice giveaway !
    This one great tutorial I found recently :
    https://docs.google.com/View?id=dgxd9vd5_176gpzw87c3&pli=1

    Thank you !

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  36. I agree with above...I love the Buttercup bag and also the Cottagemama party dress.

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  37. I think my favorite tutorial is the one Anne at Film and Thread put together with alternate construction instructions for the Japanese Knot Bag. It's here. Thank you so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  38. http://www.cluckclucksew.com/2011/03/tutorial-sprocket-pillows.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CluckCluckSew+%28Cluck+Cluck+Sew%29&utm_content=Google+Reader
    I'm into pillows lately. :)

    simplybeu@gmail.com

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  39. Wow that's a tough one, but I like re-purposing and re-using tutorials a lot

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  40. I love the gathered pouch tutorial by noodle head. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. I found this skirt and want to make it...hehe http://sewithought.com/?p=118&cpage=1#comment-185

    xo Steph

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  42. great giveaway! There is a party dress at prudent mama that I love to whip up!

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  43. Oh, I love this! This is a stamping tutorial that I really liked recently: http://gingersnapcreations.blogspot.com/2011/05/alexa-noble-creating-perspective.html

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  44. Hello. I was going to say "Hello from Singapore" but you live here too! I love MoMo.

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  45. Cute fabrics! My fave tutorial is the Wasp Bag. I just need to find the right strap.

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  46. My favorite tutorial was featured on sew mama sew. It gives you the basic demensions for how to make all the standard sized slip covers.

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  47. I'm primarily a knitter, so after receiving and using a box bag, I looked about to make another, a little bigger. This is the tutorial I used, and keep using http://dragoknit.blogspot.com/2007/02/box-bag-tutorial.html

    ozknitter AT gmail DOT com

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  48. My fav tutorial (that I've recently used) is amy butler's binding for a quilt!

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  49. there's a great tut for making a book canvas at simplifiedbee

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  50. what a great blog. love the fabric in the giveaway

    this is my current fav tutorial!

    http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2010/01/something-special-card-envelope-tutorial/

    thanks
    -t

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  51. my favorite tutorials are fabric shoes and slippers!

    thanks for the very sweet giveaway!!

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  52. I can't give you a favorite tutorial, because like you, my list of tutorials I WANT to try is quite long. Actually trying them out, though, is another thing entirely.

    On the top of my list, though is one for a mens dress shirt into a little girl's dress. http://www.dana-made-it.com/2009/04/summer-fun-shirt-dress-tutorial.html

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  53. Oh I love those fabrics! I've been addicted to Japanese fabrics and supplies lately but they're hard to come across in Canada :(

    I've been checking out a lot of zippered pouch tutorials out there because I was making budgeting envelopes for us to use. So that's my latest tutorial addiction . . . it will change soon I'm sure!

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  54. I love the Little Pouch tutorial I used yesterday to make my little pouch! By Kelby Sews. It was super easy and after making 4 I think I have mastered it!

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  55. I just love the tutorial on 2 little hooligans for the shopping organiser, it was the first sewing pattern I ever followed!

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  56. http://www.mediafire.com/?ttntqwmnmwi
    this is my favorite tutorial.
    wonky log cabin quilted pillow by tallgrass praire studio.
    have fun!

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  57. goodness...my fave? how can i pick just one!? there are so many amazing ones out there!! =)

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  58. I love this tutorial for making coin purses out of recycled milk cartons: http://www.connectthedotscrafts.com/2009/10/recycled-project-milk-carton-coin.html

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  59. 1. love the fabric. 2. my favorite tutorial is the library bag!! why have i never thought of that before??? i go to the library all the time and lug an arm full of books out. i am making one ASAP!!

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  60. It's hard to pick a favorite tutorial, but I'm hoping to make a Gathered Clutch from Anna's (Noodlehead) tutorial soon! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  61. The Purl Bee has some embroidery tutorials that really helped me out! http://www.purlbee.com/embroidery-tutorial/

    pterodactylpantsplush@gmail.com

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  62. My favorite tutorial at the momment is the Cat(Dog) doorstop at Wee Folk Art -- adorable.
    Thanks for this great giveaway.

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  63. I used this one to make my project for giveaway day: http://savsmiles.blogspot.com/2011/01/diy-vintage-fabric-teething-rings.html

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  64. I have SO many favorite tutorials. My top two (that I make and give away most often are the hooded towel from Infarrantly Creative and the pocket tissue and hand sanitizer holders from A Lemon Squeezy Home.

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  65. Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    My favorite tutorial is Patchwork wristlet from Pink Penguin. You may find the link below.
    http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-patchwork-wristlet.html

    She have others nice and lovely tutorial too ^^

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  66. This is the tutorial I plan to make next

    http://ocd-obsessivecraftingdisorder.blogspot.com/2010/08/bag-lady-week-messenger-bag-tutorial.html

    So I suppose it is my favourite at the moment.

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  67. My favorite tutorial right now is this bag:

    http://verypurpleperson.com/2010/04/making-reversible-bag.html

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  68. I'm not sure I could pick just one of theirs, but I've loved a lot of the tutorials over on prudentbaby.com Thanks for the great giveaway-I love that fabric!

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  69. damn you! Now I have to take a break from my alphabetical giveaway entering and go look at all these tutorials.... I'm not sure if it counts as a tutorial but I love the harry potter block of the week project of DOOM. ;)

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  70. I love the starburst block tutorial from Film in the Fridge!
    http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=film+in+the+fridge+starburst+block

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  71. I'm incapable of following instructions, so I almost never try to use tutorials. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  72. Such pretty fabrics! One of my fave tutorials (have too many to count) is for a twirly skirt for girls - http://houseonhillroad.typepad.com/photos/twirly_skirt/

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  73. What an awesome giveaway! I am sure there are tons of people drooling over that hard to find fabric.

    Both Heather Bailey and Elizabeth Hartman have great binding tutorials. Even though I have bound enough quilts to know how to do it, I often refer to them as a refresher.

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  74. Your blog is beautiful!!! I am a new follower and I will definitely be back =)
    right now I love this tutorial for a patchwork pouch: http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-patchwork-wristlet.html

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  75. I made a whole bunch of these for ornaments :)

    http://allsorts.typepad.com/allsorts/2006/05/softie_scotty_d.html

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  76. Oh geez, I have a bazillion favorite tutorials from online! This one's my most recent favorite for a skirt made from a men's dress shirt:

    http://www.outsapop.com/2009/01/diy-project-shirtskirt.html

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  77. The tutorial I have gotten the most use out of is Red Pepper Quilt's tutorial on binding a quilt. Super easy to follow with great results!

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  78. There's absolutely no way I can pick a favorite! Here's my list of all the ones I want to try out though: Project List

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  79. What a lovely giveaway. And a lovely blog. I'm partial to pinwheels right now. I used this one and they are FLAT! http://whynotsew.blogspot.com/2009/10/strip-pieced-half-square-tringles-and.html

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  80. My favourite tutorial I have come across is the Buttercup Bag by Made by Rae. Like you, I still haven't actually got around to sewing one though. I am really interested in your idea of tutorial reviews, I am going to start following you now! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! Come check out mine :)

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  81. My favorite tutorial is one I use to create binding. I would give you the link, but a computer glitch made it disappear. I have some parts printed, but no link :( Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway.

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  82. http://www.purlbee.com/hand-sewn-felt-dolls/ I really love that tutorial, the style of the dolls is awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. great giveaway! You can't go wrong with a Oh Frannson tutorial!

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  84. I can't wait to use this one! http://allthingsbelle.blogspot.com/2011/05/pb-knock-off-rose-petal-canopy.html

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  85. I love One Pretty Thing's website. So many ideas and links to all sorts of fun tutorials.

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  86. Awesome fabric choice! My fav tutorial is http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2010/10/october-12-the-pea-pod-hip-carrier-tutorial-the-red-pistachio-giveaway/

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  87. Thanks for the giveaway!

    commonthreads at me dot com

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  88. So glad I found your blog :) My favorite giveaway is the fabric bow belt on Momtastic. It's simple but a good way to add a little something to any outfit.

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  89. I love bag tutorials. I collect them, but never seem to get to making them.

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  90. I really want to use the tutorial where you turn a purse into a camera bag.

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  91. I recently saw a tutorial on how to make fabric bookmarks that i would like to try.

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  92. What lovely fabric, I love those scissors!

    I just finished the Made By Rae Spring Ruffle Top from Sew Mama Sew: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/04/spring-sewing-spring-ruffle-top-tutorial/
    It's been on my to do list for forever and I'm really happy with how it turned out!

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  93. I don't have a favorite tutorial, but Make It and Love It is ALWAYS posting some wonderful, inspiring tutorials over on her blog.

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  94. I've actually made part of my New Years goals to finish one of those tutes every month! So far my favorite was the "Something Special Card and Envelope Tute" from SMS, It was fun and frivolous and my son now has a sweet valentine keepsake from his 3 Valentine's Day.
    http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2010/01/something-special-card-envelope-tutorial/

    Love your blog, I'm a new follower!

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  95. I love the tutorials on cluck cluck sew....so pretty.

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  96. My favourite tutorial of the moment is this infinity dress, which I've been meaning to make for ages: http://rowena.typepad.com/rostitchery/infinity-dress.html

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  97. my favorite tutorial is for making art totes. my kids love them!

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  98. LOVE those FQs- such pretty fabric

    i've been meaning to attempt some purse tutorials, but they kindof scare me. may need to master the tote bag first!

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  99. There are so many awesome tutorials, but I particular love the ones that involve bags =P This one is one of my favourites, I love its simplicity and the fabric choices!

    http://www.purlbee.com/apple-picking-tote/

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. Lovely fabric. I actually did 2 pinwheel quilts from Rachel's quilt along at ps i quilt.
    pshanks@sasktel(dot)net

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  101. Cluck Cluck Sew! has some great tutorials.

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  102. Awesome fabrics! Favorite tutorial? That's a tough one. I have a huge folder full of tutorials, hehe. If I had to pick one, it would be an e-reader cover tutorial. I love it because it actually stands alone if you want to set it on a table. :) I'll be blogging about it soon.

    Please visit my giveaway at www.FabricDonkey.com too!

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  103. My favorite tutorial was found on stash manicure and I learned how to do mitered binding. The pictures were great and really helped me to finally be able to do this.

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  105. My favorite tutorial is the Buttercup bag Made by Rae. Great giveaway! Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway.

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  106. my favorite tutorial is the oliver + s girls' skirt with ribbon edge. it's super easy and fun! thank you for the chance to win.

    http://www.oliverands.com/blog/2008/08/lazy-days-skirt-free-pattern.html

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  107. How do I pick one favorite tutorial? I have found so many fabulous ones lately, for bags, pillows, sewing zippers... They are all great! I can't decide!

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  108. I like this nursing cover tutorial
    http://sewmuchado.blogspot.com/2009/02/description-stylish-and-practical.html

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  109. i love clothing restyles :)
    mandicoulter@gmail.com

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  110. Your header is so cute! Currently the tutorial I'm using most is Sew4Home's tute on how to install snaps. Very handy!

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  111. I haven't tried any of them, but I have seen several tutorials on cathedral windows that I want to try.

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  112. My favorite tutorial according to how many times I've made the item (I think at least seven) is one for a monster gift card holder: http://www.whitewaxflower.com/2010/02/it-was-monster-mash.html

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. I'm a new follower!!

    I love all of the tutorials on dana-made-it.com, especially her simple skirt tutorial.

    lorijo2003(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  114. The fabric is beautiful! My favorite place for tutorials is craftster.org

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  115. I love all the different tutorials on making camera strap covers.

    kaety-scott at att dot net

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  116. I like the tutorials on http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/

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  117. I really love tutorials but I could say my favorites come from noodlehead, Anna is just so creative and her tutorials so well done.
    Thanks,now i am a follower.
    alfagmontenegro@gmail.com

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  118. The Happy Zombie has a great Quilt As You Go tutorial.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  119. Made by Rae has great tutorials and I like the ones on Sew Mama Sew! As for specific ones I cant tell you! I too have a list of them but have not made many!

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  120. http://seekatesew.blogspot.com/2011/04/scrap-map-tutorial.html

    This map made out of scraps is soooo cute!

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  121. There are a lot of tutorials out there that I like. One that I have made recently is Grace Violet's skirt and one that I want to make is Running with Scissor's dino tail.
    texasmckinlay{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  122. I saw a tutorial today for a cactus pin cushion. It was so cute!!

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  123. It's such a simple pattern - but I LOVE the hooray for headbands pattern at heatherbailey.com :

    http://www.heatherbaileydesign.com/Headband.html

    the directions are clear and easy to follow.

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  124. I love all of the rolled flower tutorials I'm finding!

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  125. I'm hoping to make some reusable grocery bags to go with my reusable snack and sandwich bags.

    Thanks for the chance,
    Jennifer

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  126. There are a million tutorials in my favorites, but I think the Tree Pedestal Cake Stand from OnceWed is at the top of the list right now!

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  127. Love those red fabrics. What a great giveaway!
    My favorite tutorial is the binding one from crazymomquilts because it absolutely taught me how to do it perfectly.

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  128. I love Momo's fabric! I just finished a quilt top in Wing It. I like Stitched in Color's Bottled Rainbows tutorial. Check it out!

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  129. My favourite tutorial is the Molly Monkey pattern. It makes a great gift for children!

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  130. Love the fabrics. My favorite tutorial is for a zig zag quilt that doesn't use HSTs, only rectangles. It can be found at http:crazymomquilts.blogspot.com. She has some other great tutorials too. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  131. my favorite tutorial is Modify Tradition - so neat and accurate explanations
    Gina

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  132. I really want to try the messenger bag tutorial on OCD (obsessive crafting disorder). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. I have not used many tutes, but one was how to convert a mans shirt to a baby dress!

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  134. My favorite tutorial is from Karma Baby: a very easy to make pouch sling. http://www.mykarmababy.com/pages/BabySlingPattern.php

    Thanks for offering such an awesome giveaway!

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  135. G'Day! I'm here for the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! Please visit me, too:
    http://www.homemakerhoney.com/2011/05/sew-mama-sew-may-giveaway-day-ends-may.html

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    @Homemaker_Honey
    homemakerhoney.com
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  136. Hi! Thanks for being a part of this. Going to look around now.

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  137. My favorite tutorial so far is the snap up bib from Made by Rae over at Sew Mama Sew :)
    LauraL444 at yahoo dot com

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  138. Mine is these little zipper pouches: http://www.designspongeonline.com/2010/09/sewing-101-zippered-case.html

    The fabrics you are giving away would be perfect for these.

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  139. My favorite tutorial is Made by Rae's Baby Sunsuit Tutorial.

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  140. I love baby booties tutorial. So easy and practical!
    Ana
    anaeosviraventos@gmail.com

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  141. I love the cathedral window tutorial at Warmth in the North.

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  142. My favourite place to find tutorials is Moda Bakeshop. There are so many and still growing. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  143. My favorite tutorial is the hand-sewn hexagon and binding tutorial at jaybirdquilts.com!

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  144. I love the spring top tutorial by Made-By-Rae. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  145. Love this yoga skirt tutorial: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2010/06/yoga-skirt-tutorial-tips-on-using-knits/
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. I am a scrap quilter at heart and most of Bonnie Hunter's tutorials are wonderful - favorite is the spider web quilt.

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  147. Cluck cluck sew has some fabulous tutorials! I love the red!

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  148. I am on the same page with you tutorial wise ... so many, I could probably spend the rest of my life doing tutorials. :-)
    I love the ones from Bustle & Sew and have made a pincushion/cute mouse lately. I also love the tutorials by Ikat Bag and Obsessively Stitching. I think those are my favourite ... but there are so many more in blogland ...

    Thanks for such a fun giveaway!
    And you are very welcome to enter mine, too. You can win some custom-made buttons. :-)

    Love

    Ms Muffin
    ulli-xox [at] web [dot] de

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  149. I just used the romper tutorial from MAde By Rae and it was easy! And fun! So that's currently my fave. :)

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  150. Please count me in on this great giveaway.

    Hugs from Sol in Norway

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  151. Hello

    one of my favourite tutorials is the make up bag from flossieteacakes. I am now doing it slightly different, but it was really helpful for my first try on a zipper bag.

    Love your blog and will definitely come back and spend more time here.

    Claudia x

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  152. My favourite tutorial at the moment is the lessons on how to crochet on youtube - trying to teach myself!
    Lovely giveaway!

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  153. My favourite tut is a common one in blogland - a zippered pouch! Nice blog!

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  154. thanks.
    i don't have a favorite tutorial - i just love them all...love learning new crafty things!

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  155. Great giveaway, thanks for a chance to win!

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  156. I, too, have a list of tutorials to try as long as both of my arms, and probably my legs too! Hard to pick just one, there are so many :)

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  157. First off-LOVE your header. Seriously cute!
    Favorite tutorial-Olive & S Lazy Days Skirt pattern. Have a happy day!
    Vanessa

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  158. My favorite tutorial is the flying geese technique from Life's a Quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  159. My favorite tutorial on blogland is for a tshirt into a toddler skirt with ruffles on Sew Much Ado. Thanks for the chance!

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  160. My favorite tute is about how to tuft fabric: http://www.allthingsthrifty.com/2009/12/how-to-reupholster-ottoman-and-how-to.html

    myheehaw at hotmail dot com

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  161. I love Karamat's pillowcase tute - once I get it pinned, I can sew it in about 30 seconds!

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  162. My favorite tutorial is for the "Wave" quilt. I can see it in so many different fabrics for any occasion:)

    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2010/03/new-wave-quilt.html

    Thanks for hosting such a fun giveaway:)

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  163. I love your blog so glad I stumbled across you today :)

    I'm not sure I have a favourite tutorial. I have a whole pinterest board filled up with tutorials that I hope I will actually get around to making one day!!

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  165. I really like Oh Fransson's applique tutorial!

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  167. I love Pink Penguin's pin cushions.

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  168. Oh how sweet is that scissor print. I saw a tutorial for a big fabric hat somewhere that I've been dying to find again now that the sun is out!

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  169. What lovely fabric! My favourite one is from Lisa's U-handblog for concealed pockets in bags!

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  170. This line was one of the things that made me want to start sewing- I love the Buttercup Bag tutorial on Made by Rae, it's a great cute quick gift!

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  171. I love those scissors! My favouite kinds of tutorials are kids clothes.

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  172. The Buttercup Bag by Made by Rae is always a faborite (http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html), but I've made Pink Penguin's fabric basket most. Thanks for the chance to win! akmajor (at) gmail (dot) com

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  173. I like the shoulder bag tutorial just because there are a lot of uses for it. eatkin85@hotmail.com

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  174. i found a nursing cover tutorial online (just by googling, I think) and I've seriously made a million of them. so great.

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  175. http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2008/10/binding-tutorial.html

    I like this quilt binding tutorial.

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  176. I love the tute for the circle pieced geese! For the life of me I can't find it in my fav's rght now and I was looking at it last night!

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  177. Hello! I have may favourites, but one I have done more than once is a clutch from Noodlehead

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  178. My favourite? Any of the wee clutchs, bas and purses made by Noodlehead, she is AMAZING and does some truly inspiring tutorials

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  179. my fav tutoril so far has been Lily's quilts Big Little George, but I have about 50 bookmarked to look at and complete. Love the MOMO fabrics.

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  180. http://www.crapivemade.com/2009/06/44-hooded-towel-tutorial.html
    Quick and easy and perfect for summer!

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  181. fav tutorial would be on hand sewn hexagons...thank you for the chance to win,,,lindacrosby@hotmail.com

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  182. my favorite tutorial/pattern is the hip baby carrier on sew mama sew's blog

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  183. Great giveaway! I'm adding a link to your blog on mine. My favourite tutorial? I just found one (about an hour ago) on how to make a fabric postcard!!! I love it.
    Carmen

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  184. Piece by Numbers has an amazing Circle of Geese aka Geese Color Wheel that inspired me to try paper piecing. Love It!

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  185. I would love a little wonderland. Then again - who wouldn't?!

    One of my favorite tutorials is for a little pig purse at http://noseynest.blogspot.com/2008/05/piggy-bank-freebie.html

    I have a folder full of bookmarked tutes that I haven't gotten to yet, either. So much sewing, so little time!

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  186. I just made a Sprocket pillow from Cluck.Cluck.Sew's tutorial. Love it!
    ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net

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  187. That scissor fabric! want! :)

    One of my favorite tutorials is: How To Make Your Own Seedtape. http://www.giverslog.com/?p=2484

    Such a fascinating and creative way to wrap up presents!!

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  188. Thanks for the giveaway! Currently I like the stitched in color tutorial for the color block quilt (found at stichedincolor.com/tutorials)

    Thanks again!

    Lyanna

    lyalanlee@gmail.com

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  189. I have so many things that I want to make -- I have a giant list on my blog! Here's the one I want to tackle next: http://genuinemudpie.ca/2011/03/30/make-a-rainbow-cake-slice/

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  190. this is such a fun topic! it was fun to read through the comments to find new tutorials. I really like the ones on hello Franson for quilt binding and free motion quilting. so easy to follow!

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  191. all of my favorite tutorials are already listed! Stash M's quilt-as-you-go, Rae's everythings... oh, well. I like popular stuff, I guess!

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  192. Great giveaway! I love to read tutorials - I couldn't possibly pick a favorite!

    cwonitoy(at)shaw(dot)ca

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  193. Like you, I have so many tutorials that I would like to try. I recently found this tutorial to try:
    http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2011/04/living-up-to-my-blog-name.html

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