Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day – now closed

21 May

Giveaway now closed. 
Winner:

Hello and welcome to my corner of the blogging world.

I’m Mary, 30 something, living in the south west of the UK with my 3 small children and amazingly wonderful patient and tolerant husband!

I love to sew, and often do so in spite of everything else going on around me, it’s my safe space, my therapy!

For nearly a year I’ve been getting out of bed early on a Sunday morning and spending half an hour or so rummaging around at the car boot sale, what I’ve mainly been looking for is vintage sheets, and I’ve been fortunate enough to find a few:

Car boot finds!

Back in January I joined in the Oh My Stars quilt along and used vintage sheets to make this beauty:

Oh My Stars finished quilt

You can read more about it here as my entry into Bloggers Quilt Festival.

As a result of my car boot and charity shop finds our house is overflowing with vintage sheets so at the beginning of the month I set up an Etsy shop selling vintage sheet charm packs:

Vintage sheet charms 5"

Over the weekend I whizzed up a baby quilt using a pack of 42 charm squares:

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And I have now listed Vintage Sheet Baby Quilt Kits for sale and I’m offering you the chance to win your very own kit.  And whether you win this kit or not, this week I’m offering you 10% discount in my shop using the code SMS0512 until 5pm PST on Friday 25 May.

To enter please leave a comment telling me who you would make this quilt for (please ensure that I have a way of contacting you if you win).

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Comments will close on Friday May 25 at 5pm PST (which is midnight here in the UK, funnily enough I’ll probably be asleep at that time so any comments left after this time will be deleted!)

The winner will be selected using Random Number Generator and will be announced by Sunday May 27.

Lastly but not least don’t forget to head back on over to Sew Mama Sew for so many other fantastic opportunities to win.

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667 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day – now closed

  1. Thanks for the chance to win, Mary!!! Great giveaway!!! If I win, this will be my first quilt and I’d make it for me to use it as a lap quilt.

  2. Oh my, seeing your vintage sheets brings back many memories! If I won I would ask my daughter to help me make a quilt for my great grandson [I’m not as nimble-fingered as I was].

  3. If I won the kit I would make a quilt for a charity, but I don’t know which one yet.

  4. Yes please I would love the chance to win. I would be making this for daughter as she is expecting her first baby in 10 weeks so it would be perfect timing!

  5. thank you so much for this giveaway…
    I’d make this lovely baby quilt, for my niece Lorenzo! he’s only 9 month old ^^)

  6. I added your Etsy shop to my favourites
    I am Elisabetta Bertac…. ^_^

  7. Well what can I say …the excuse to make another quilt would be fab – and all the nicer with some of your vintage loveliness!

  8. I would make it for my friends new baby, her 4th girl, I think she won’t have time to make one herself!

  9. This would be perfect for my niece !!
    Thanks for the chance :)

    (and that star quilt in the beggining is simply gorgeous !!)

  10. How beautiful. I have never worked with vintage sheets. I think the quilt would be given to a hospital for charity. Thanks for a chance to win.

  11. I’d make this for either my friends Suzie and Jeremy (she is from the UK, he is from Tennessee) who are due in the fall, or my friends Allison and Markus (both from Tennessee) who are due this summer. Allison and Markus KNOW they are having a girl, but Suzie and Jeremy aren’t finding out. When I spoke to Suzie yesterday, though, she agreed with me–girl!

  12. I love vintage sheets. they are just so pretty. I’d love to win this so that I could make a quilt for my great nephew. Thanks for the giveaway and have a blessed day!

  13. I love the humble but cozy look of vintage sheets; it just makes me smile. I recently became a great-aunt and would have to pass this on to our newest family member! :)

  14. I added your Etsy store to my favorites; thanks for the generous give-away!

  15. If I won this kit I would make the quilt and turn it into a wall hanging for my sewing room! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  16. This quilt is perfect for me. I make stuff for other people all the time. I rarely make anything for myself.

  17. I would make this for my neighbor who is due in November. I haven’t made a quilt yet, so it would be awesome to start out with a kit. Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. I would make a new quilt for my grandson, who happens to live in the UK! Thanks!

  19. I’m not sure who I’d make this blanket for yet, but I know there are babies coming! I’d make it and the recipient would probably be decided as I stitched!

  20. I love vintage sheets! I would give the quilt to my dear friend’s baby due in September.

  21. This looks like a great kit to make a quilt for my niece! Thanks for the chance, would love to try using vintage sheets!

  22. I have a new babe on the way and would love a project to work on while waiting.

  23. I think this would be great for my quilt guilds charity called ‘Cuddle Quilts’. I am sure it would make a sick child very happy!

  24. truth be told, I may just make this quilt for my girls to use with their babies. thanks for the giveaway!

  25. I love to make baby quilts
    it provides so much quicker gratification
    and seeing a baby lying on one of my quilts is great

  26. this is a wonderful giveaway. I have started to collect vintage sheets. I would use the kit to make a quilt my little granddaughters could use when they come to visit. thank you so much for a chance to win. I LOVE your star quilt. I am off to pin it. janita

  27. Hi Mary! I’d make my little one a quilt…this would be perfect for to use on the sofa during movie time :)

    Thanks!

  28. Whenever I see vintage sheets I think of my grandmother, who died 8 years ago at the age of 100. Since my daughter never got to meet her, I would make this for us, as a memory quilt.

  29. I would make this for me in anticipation
    hannah dot kitching at hotmail dot co dot uk

  30. I would make it for a baby niece or nephew or cousin- my family has been popping them out like crazy lately!!!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  31. If I won, this would go into a donated lap quilt. Thanks for the chance

  32. I would make my daughter a sweet little blanket. She loves flowers and vintage sheets are abundant with them!

  33. I would love to win this beautiful quilt for my friend who is expecting a baby girl in a few short weeks.

  34. Hello, I absolutely LOVE quilts made from vintage sheets. The star quilt you made is just beautiful. If I win your quilt kit I’d make the baby quilt for a great nephew. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

  35. Thanks for the giveaway! I’ve never made anything with vintage fabric. If I won, I’d make a baby quilt for my friend.

  36. I would definitely make the quilt up for my little girl. She loves dragging her “blankies” around everywhere she goes!

  37. love this giveaway!

    i’d make this quilt for my niece, who is coming up on a year old and needs a nice snuggly gift… :)

    thanks for sharing!

  38. I would make this for my little cousin. She loves anything handmade and would certainly appreciate it.

    lindsay (dot) forgette (at) gmail (dot) com

  39. I added your etsy shop to my favorites and will definitely visit again after the hecticness of giveaway day/week!

  40. I would make this for either my cousin or one of my two nieces expecting babies this summer…makes me think I may need to pick up a few more in your shop :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  41. I’ve been following the vintage sheet trend, and this looks like a great way to hop aboard!

    Thanks,
    Sarah

  42. I just subscribed to your blog – looking forward to reading your ideas.

  43. Oh I love vintage sheets but so rarely find them in my college city (want some abused college sheets instead?).
    My family is having some sort of baby explosion with 5 cousins pregnant at the same time…I’d make it for the 3rd soonest due date!

  44. i would make it for my kids. baby blankets make great lap blankets for long car rides.

  45. I’ve never used vintage sheets, but they look like fun. I’d give it to the little neighbor girl to snuggle with.

  46. I would make this quilt for a friend who is having a baby girl. I have been eyeing vintage sheets and would love to use them in a project!

  47. Your quilts are absolutely gorgeous! I would likely put one together as a lap quilt for my grammie. Many thanks!

  48. What a great idea! I have long admired vintage sheets but using them in the charm-pack style on the front of a quilt is gorgeous. With 2 nieces and 2 not-sure-which-yets on the way in my family, I’d have plenty of potential recipients for this project when it’s done!

  49. I would love to make this for my neighbour… she is having a baby girl this summer and this would make a perfect gift. Thanks for the chance to win!

    -Kylie (purple_harriet AT yahoo.ca)

  50. Hmm, I don’t have any babies in the house, no pregnant relatives or friends. I think I would make it and donate it to the local woman’s shelter. I imagine there is someone there who would love to have it for their baby.
    Thank you for the chance to win it.

  51. i would love to make this for my nephew – he could definitely use more quilts!

  52. Such a great idea to use vintage sheets! I would make it for my little 6 month old baby girl!

  53. I’d make it for my new nephew / niece who is on their way to meet their family for the first time

  54. I facebooked you and liked you on etsy and joined your newsletter! Love your site! Photo’s are awesome and nothing is softer than old sheets!!!

    Love your ideas and the look of your shop. Good luck today! If I make this for myself is that selfish? lol – Im not sure I even own a quilt I made! hmmmmm….

  55. I actually have several friends who just had or are about to have babies, so I would make it for one of them. Thanks for a generous giveaway!

  56. I am going to visit some friends in Netherlands in july, who happen to have a sweet little daughter… if i won… the quilt goes to her!

  57. I would probably make it for a good friend who has a tiny baby. Everyone needs more quilts! 😀

  58. Thank you for your generous giveaway! I, too, have a weakness for vintage sheets. Love your Star quilt!!!!! My guild makes quilts for the children’s hospital. I’d love to win a kit for this project.

  59. I’m going to be a first-time grandma in October…not sure yet if it will be a boy or a girl, we find out this week. If I win, that’s who will be getting it for sure.

  60. Love the idea of vintage sheet quilt kits. I have a friend from high school who’s about to have her second little girl and a kit like this would make a lovely gift for her. Thanks for the chance!

  61. wow what a fantastic idea I would love to win. My lovely neighbour is about to have a baby so I would make a quilt for him/her. :~)

  62. Lovely idea with the vintage sheets. I’d make sister in law a quilt for baby girl (still a bump) who is due in September :) Thanks for the chance

  63. How cute! these would be a great baby quilt to have for those times you need a gift, but don’t have time to make it!

  64. I think quilts made with vintage sheets are so pretty. I am getting ready to help my daughter make her first quilt. This would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  65. I owe one to my baby niece. She’s six months old now and the fact that I haven’t made her a quilt yet is… scandalous!

  66. Lovely!! I would make the quilt for my daughters– they have lots of baby dolls and love having picnics. :)

  67. I would make this for my next kiddo. I would love to make anything from vintage sheets, but I have had a hard time finding good ones.

  68. I’ve got a little niece or nephew on the way that I would love to make this for.

  69. I would make it for a gal at church who is having twins. A boy and a girl!
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

  70. Since I have about 5 pregnant friends!..I’m not sure which one I would make it for. But I know I could put it to good use. :)

  71. i’m preggo with girl #3 (just found out today she’s a girl!), so i would love to make her a new yet vintage quilt! what a great idea to sell these as kits…

  72. I would love to make this baby quilt for my niece who will be born sometime in the next 2 weeks!

  73. I d love to make this for my two little daughters !
    Your pictures are beautiful.

    Have a nice week and thank you !

  74. A 2 y/o red headed beauty sitting beside me would be the recipient of this quilt!

  75. I would make this for myself… sound’s selfish, but really, I’m lacking in quilts, and this one is so beautiful..

  76. If I won I’d make it for me to have in my bedroom on my reading chair. I love vintage sheets!

  77. I would make it up for future children in my life, or as a giveaway to some charity.

  78. my husband and I are hoping that we can use that quilt with our own little one soon so I would make it to keep my hopes up. I love the vintage sheets. :)

  79. Would love to make a baby quilt for my newest great niece from the beautiful vintage sheet charms. Thanks for the chance to win.

  80. I have SIX babies due in my family/friend circle in the last half of the year… so there are a LOT of people this could go to! I don’t have a quilt planned for the newest announcement– my cousin Matt’s 1st baby– so I think that’s who I would make this for!

  81. I would love to make it for my daughter. Altho we do have 3 babies coming to the family this fall. :-)

  82. I have a good friend expecting her second in mid June. She would love this!

  83. I would make a lovely quilt for our little niece Lizzy.

    wordygirl at EarthLink dot net

  84. I’ve got a cousin welcoming her baby late this summer. It’s gonna be girl, so I’d love to make her something handmade for her little one.

  85. What a fun thing to do! If I had this kit, I’d practice my quilting skills and donate the quilt to a local Women’s Assistance program. After I took photos of it, of course!

  86. Ok I have our been looking in the wrong places because your vintage sheet fabric is amazing! Maybe the car boots in the south west are of a better calibre than the south east! I think I would make the quilt for my daughter to use as a blanket and more than likely picnic blanket for her dolls and toys!

  87. Lovely giveaway! Who would I make it for? I would save it for someone special. One of our former co-workers is undergoing cancer treatments and as she’s young and will soon be married, they thought ahead and harvested her eggs and when she is well and in remission, they are going to try and have a baby. I would make it for this future baby.

    thanks for the chance!

  88. Hi! My fried Jo has introduced me to your wonderful world. In fact she did more than that – she inspired me to start sewing again.

    I’d quite like to make my very first quilt – what a lovely challenge!

    On my way to fb page now ;o)

  89. I love the vintage baby quilt and would make it for my cousin who is having a baby in Sept.

  90. I know at least three babies who are going to be born this year, so I’d make it for one of them! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

  91. So cute! I LOVE the stars quilt, too. I would never have thought to quilt it like that, but it’s just gorgeous! Not sure who I’d make this quilt for, but I have hit the age where ALL of my friends are having babies, so I’m sure I’ll figure it out :-)

  92. I have always wanted to sew with vintage sheets! I don’t have a baby in mind for this but it would be nice to have on hand for the next one!

  93. I’m hoping to have to make a baby quilt for a sister-in-law. It’s been a long time of trying for them. What you’ve made is beautiful. Keep up the good work.

    Thanks for the giveaway.
    erincode-at-metzlers-dot-org

  94. I have 2 pregnant friends right now. I’d make this for the one having a girl :)

  95. Your quilt is beautiful! I love the concentric circle quilting! My Oh my Stars quilt is still being pieced! LOL

  96. Hi, Mary. That stars quilts is lovely! If I won, I would make a quilt for my friend whose baby is due in July. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

  97. I would make a quilt for my best friends yet to be conceived baby.

  98. My sister is due in July with her first child-a girl! This would be perfect!

  99. Oh my goodness – I love vintage sheets! And that quilt is adorable. I think I would make one for my cousin’s baby-to-be, arriving in August! xo

  100. My cousin and his wife are expecting their first baby in July. I’d love to make it for them!

  101. And yes! Your etsy shop is “favorited” – I need to be able to find it again next time I need vintage-sheet cuts. :) Thanks for the chance! xo

  102. I would make it for the new grandchild of a friend of mine. The first granddaughter after lots of boys.

  103. I’d make it for a new baby coming this summer – vintage sheets would be great for the daughter of this girly mom-to-be!

  104. I love your stars quilt – well done!
    The baby quilt would be for one of the six (!!) people that I know who are expecting this summer. Must be something in the air….

  105. I’d make that beautiful baby quilt for the one I’m expecting! Thank you for a chance to win such a fantastic giveaway!

  106. If I won, I would make the quilt as a lap quilt for the car, because that’s the next quilt that needs to be made on my list.

  107. Your Etsy shop is saved in my favourites now. (and because I forgot to write it in my 1st comment, I have a newborn, so I’d make a quilt for her.)

  108. and can’t i just make this for me? A baby blanket is the perfect size for a lap quilt or a throw. *shrugs* I am thinking this would be perfect in my farmhouse-y bedroom. 😀

  109. I myself just had a baby 10 months ago. He’s a boy though. I’ll have to make it for my 5 year old. I’ve never made her a quilt, so I think she’d love it even if it was small

  110. My sister’s pregnant at the moment. I’m already making a fairly large cot quilt, but this would be perfect as a portable pram-type quilt.

  111. I have five friends that are having babies. I would make that for one of them!

  112. My dear friend is about to be a grandmother and I would make this for her grandbaby!

  113. I would probably make the quilt for myself. Don’t have any pregnant friends at the moment!

  114. Fun giveaway! I don’t have any babies to make a quilt for right now. Still, I would make a baby quilt with it and be ready when the time comes. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

  115. I would make a quilt for my daughter, because you know she needs just one more, or 4 more. thanks for the give a way

  116. We have very close friends who are having their first baby after many years of trying so I would make the quilt for them.

  117. Right now I don’t know anybody with a baby on the way, so I think that I would make it up for myself!

  118. Were I to win this lovely giveaway, I’d make a quilt for a baby that is to be born in late August and will be named after my beloved deceased brother – a special baby to us all.

  119. Thanks for the great giveaway! If I were to win, I would be making a baby quilt for my oldest friend who is pregnant with her first child.

  120. I collect vintage sheets and I am half-way through the Oh My Stars! QAL but I have run out of brights! Gorgeous giveaway.

  121. And I would make it for my vintage loving friend who is expecting her first baby girl!

  122. No babies in the family at the moment but I think I might make it up and give it to my friend’s little girl.

  123. I love English bootsales and enjoy going to them with my sisters when I’m home. what a great idea. I liked you on Facebook.

  124. i would make it for my cousin and his wife’s baby, who is due in december. it’s the next baby in our family!

  125. I would probably make this for my friend Sara who is expecting a baby in August.

  126. I would make this for my 15 month old. I just finished a quilt for her older sister, and I’d love to get started on one for her as well.

  127. I would make this for my daughter who, although she is 13, still loves to wrap up in a blanket when she’s reading, tired, etc. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely prize!

  128. I would make it for my new niece or nephew, who will be born in a few months!

  129. I’d like to make a quilt for my first baby (not coming yet but hopefully some day in the future) hastacualquierdia(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)ar

  130. joycemosby(at)yahoo(dot)com

    I would make a quilt for my niece’s baby that is due in NOVEMBER.

  131. I would be selfish and make a quilt for me! Vintage sheets ALWAYS make me think of my Grandma (since she still uses some on her beds) and I’d want to make a special quilt just for me. :)

  132. Lovely fabrics! I would make the quilt for donation to our local nursing station where we donate quilts for all the new babies in town.

  133. Such lovely fabric! I have a friend who has a baby due in June and this fabric would be perfect!

  134. Ooh what a fantastic idea! You’re very clever and resourceful, and the baby quilts are just divine. I would make one for a dear friend whose little girl is due in September, and she has such vintage style that this would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

  135. Georgous! I would sew this baby quilt for my cousins who is expecting her fourth baby!

  136. Oh my goodness, this quilt is gorgeous. I’ve been trying to find the right fabric for a quilt for my daughter who will be born at the end of August. Heading to your shop now! :)

  137. LOVE the quilt you made – I have 3 co-workers who are expecting and I would love to make a quilt for them!

  138. Great giveaway! I just found out I am expecting a baby girl in October, so I would definitely make this quilt for her!

  139. Hmm… I’d probably make it for a dear friend who is going to have a baby in September after years of trying!

    thanks for the chance!

  140. Hmm I have twin boys and none of close friends or family are expecting baby girl. I found the website that make quilt for Haiti. I think I would use the kit to do for that as I have never done one. The kit would be helpful.

    Wcharp6739(at)att(dot)net

  141. What an incredible quilt that you made! Anyway, I’d use the kit to sew a quilt for my cousin’s new little girl.

  142. i think i would make it for me, i love vinatage and i never make anything for myself

  143. Oh my, so beautiful!! My 9 month old would love that beautiful quilt! Maybe if I got the kit, I could get up the courage to quilt! :-) My sister’s family is living in Guernsey for a few years, and she just told me about how great car boot sales are. We don’t have them here in the states!

  144. My sister is getting married next month and they hope to start a family soon afterwards, so I’d make the quilt for her!

  145. I have a friend at church who is expecting a baby in two weeks. I would love to make her a quilt for the new little one. Thanks!

  146. I love your stars quilt, especially the circular quilting. What a great effect! I would make up this cute little quilt for my newborn niece, I think. These look just perfect for a sweet little girl :)

  147. I would make a quilt for my little girl. She loves playing with blankets and her dolls and stuffed animals

  148. Oh my! I think we were separated at birth! I love everything about this giveaway, post, those quilts, vintage linens! Everything! I get the biggest thrill at finding fun vintage linens and have a hefty collection going on too! I love the idea of turning them into a quilt & I would make it for my daughter if I won your kit! Going to check out your store now! Thanks so much! ~Stacy

  149. Oh how beautiful. I love vintage sheets! So soft and pretty. I would make this baby quilt for my brand new baby niece Ashni May :)

  150. I would make this baby quilt for my good friend who has just had a baby girl and every pregnancy and birth complication under the sun :( She needs cheering up!

  151. I would make this quilt for my friend who is due the day after my birthday, in just under a month. :)

  152. I would make this quilt for my daughter’s hope chest. Yes, some girls still have them! They are lovely.

  153. How about the next person I found out is having a baby? I know a lot of pregnant people so it shouldn’t be too hard.

  154. I’d make it for one of my 2 girls. And then probably have to buy another quiltset for the other one:)

  155. I would make the quilt as a gift for a pregnant friend. Thanks for the chance to win.

  156. I’d be making a baby quilt for my impending arrival. I have to admit I’m a little jealous of your finds, I’ve been to a few of my local car boots and been very disappointed. I’ve also tried my local charity shops where lone pillow cases are £3 each. Maybe I’m just too cheap….Although it’s been noticed you’re in the South west too, perhaps you’re beating me to it and I just need to get up earlier 😉

  157. I would make that quilt for my new grandson. I just made him a stuffed dog with a charm pack, he could have a quilt to cuddle in with it….

  158. Oh I was lucky enough to be at the birth of my best friends 3rd and final baby! It was incredible so I would totally make one for her to make the occasion!!

    xo Steph

  159. I would definitely make this sweet quilt for my best friend’s new baby girl. She (my friend) is in the hospital at this very moment, about to welcome her little bundle of joy into the world.

  160. I favorited you on Etsy (digitalmisfit) and hearted the charm pack. I am so in love with your quiltalong quilt.

  161. I’d make it for a friend who is finally having her first child after 5 mis-carriages (she’s now half way thru the pregnancy Yay!!)

  162. The quilt is great!! I “think” I would make one for my cousin and his wife who are expecting their first baby. But honestly, I might have to make it for my future little one! :)

  163. My best friend is pregnant and due in October – that would be a perfect present for her!!

  164. I would make this baby quilt for my niece. She is getting married and I’m sure there will be a little one soon after. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  165. I would make it for my friend who is about to have her 5th baby any day. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  166. My best friend is expecting a baby this winter, and this is JUST the type of thing she would love! I’d definitely make the quilt for her. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway! Your big quilt is soooo beautiful!

  167. I love vintage sheets! I have a great-nephew coming soon, and I might make it for him…or maybe save it for a future grandbaby.

  168. I am having a baby soon so probably would make it for my baby. Beautiful quilts!

  169. So beautiful! I love vintage sheets! I would make the quilt and keep it. Hubby and I are TTC :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

  170. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! I just love the quilt kit you have put together! If I were to win, I would use it to make a quilt for a dear friend that is expecting a little girl in August.

  171. There are many people pregnant at work and I know this kit would work perfectly.

  172. So pretty. I’m in the going to make but still thinking about what it’s going to look like stage of a quilt for the new tiny person that just appeared in my boss’s life. I’d almost certainly make this one instead if I won.

  173. I would make a quilt for myself since I am currently pregnant with my second baby.

  174. Ooh I am so in love with the vintage sheet trend right now! I think that I would make this for my little girl. She’s almost one which is a little big for a baby quilt but I can see her dragging it around the house for years to come.

  175. I would make this for my younger sister who is trying to make Baby #2. That gives me at least 9 months to hand quilt it! :)

  176. I don’t know who that quilt would be for…I’m thinking sometime in the somewhat near future I may have a great neice or nephew and I think that would be a perfect baby gift.

  177. Your Oh My Stars quilt is so beautiful! I want to learn how to quilt but would like to start with an easy project first.

    I love repurposing and using vintage fabrics. Your kit seems the perfect fit for me. I would love to use the quilt for me as a lap quilt. :)

  178. I would make this quilt with my Granddaughter, who is just learning to sew. Thanks for the giveaway.

  179. I’d make a quilt for my granddaughters, 7, 3, and twins due in August. Thanks.

  180. Hi – I love the giveaway. I have a dear friend who is pregnant, and a vintage sheet baby quilt is something she will particularly appreciate and love! Thank you for the chance to win!

  181. Wow! Both of those quilts are gorgeous!!! I’ve always wanted to make a quilt. I’d make it for myself if the off chance I have a 3rd baby. My youngest is about to turn 3 and the itch is happening again :)

  182. Gah! I love me some vintage sheets! I never seem to find any around here, so I am settled w/ purchasing fabric that I think looks like vintage sheets!

    I’m not going to lie, I wouldn’t give the blanket to anyone. I’d keep that sucker for myself as a lap quilt! 😛

  183. I favorite-d your shop on Etsy! It’s so fun to see the vintage sheets from the UK – same shades but different patterns.

  184. Hello! I don’t have a baby to quilt for, but I would love to make a little lap blankie for me!

  185. I would make this for my daughter who loves and collects vintage items. Thanks for the chance. :o)

  186. Well there are no babies around at the moment but as I’m a slow crafter, who knows who I would make it for.

  187. I would combine the sheets with some white or cream to make it a little larger, and I would make it for a friend who would dearly love a baby to craft for, but unfortunately is having a hard time getting there :/

  188. Posso fazer colchas para meus pequenos netos?Obrigagda.

  189. I would make the quilt for the next baby in our family. I love vintage sheets. Thanks!

  190. i’ve not quilted before, i would either make it for myslef itfi t didnt run out as good as i hoped. or i would either give it to one of my 3 nieces or wife to nephew all 3 expecting now. or i would give it to one of hte adopters of the many troubled dogs i foster. it would be put to good use, not matter who gets it. thnx for doing htis.

  191. Wow! What a lot of comments! I would love to win your lovely kit but don’t hold out a lot of hope! I have no babies or potential babies in my life just now, which is rather sad..

  192. I’m having a little baby in September, and I’d like for it to have ONE thing that wasn’t just a handmedown from big brother!

  193. That would make a beautiful quilt for my grandchild due late August. I have made 2 so far but there is no such thing as too many quilts

  194. I would make the quilt for my youngest daughter (she is 20 months)
    laurendawn (at) gmail (dot) com

  195. If I won this kit I would probably make it for my cousin’s baby!!! Thank you for the chance to win!

  196. Well I’m not creative, I’d make a quilt! Yours turn out so beautifully that I would trust that you’d put a great combination together, better than I could do by myself.

  197. I would use it to make a playmat for our pastor and his wife’s new baby girl they have just adopted from China.

  198. Love what you do with the vintage sheets. I haves liked you on Facebook.

  199. I have added your Etsy shop to my favorites. Love those vintage sheets!

  200. I would make this for my son, who is ten weeks old. It would be perfect to use to introduce him to picnics and lazy summer days.

  201. I would make it for a baby gift for my cousin who is undergoing fertility treatments this week (that I am praying are succesful !)

  202. I would make this baby quilt for my nephew 😀 It is so perfectly sweet!

  203. Love it:-) I’d make it for my friend who is due w/ baby #5 any day now.

  204. I will make it for my new Great Grandbaby. That would be so fun! Thanks

  205. I would probably make the quilt for my daughter. I’m always making for other people, I’d like to be able to make for her!

  206. I absolutely love these vintage fabrics.I love to go to tag or garage sales and pick up vintage linens. The quilts are gorgeous! Would love to win :)

  207. thanks for the post! hmm i never made a quilt before but I know my machine can…Im a high school student and theres all this school school finals finals and one of my summer plans was to make a quilt! if i won i would definitely make this quilt for dear daddy who has suffered from a coma BUT HAS WOKEN THIS MONTH..he means so much to me so time to show him how much i appreciate and love him! ^^

  208. I would make it for charity! I’m done having babies!! Two children keep my hands full.

  209. Being a chronically ill person myself, I would make this for the hospital and donate it to a baby in NICU. My contact info is scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com. Thanks for participating and for your generous prize!

    Have a great day,
    Maureen

  210. I “like” you on Facebook. My name is Maureen Hayes and my contact info is scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com.

  211. I am expecting baby number two and could definitely see this being made for them :)

  212. Beautiful quilts! I love vintage sheets. I have a new niece and would love to make her one. Thanks for the chance!

  213. This is such a great idea. i’d make it for a little niece or nephew. I love the quilt kit idea – i’ve never made a quilt before but i think it would be a good idea to use a kit for the first one!

  214. I love a good vintage find :)

    If I win this would be my first quilt making experience and I would have to make it for my grandmother who is the absolute Queen of Quiltmaking (in my eyes anyway!)

  215. My daughter would love it (2 years old). She is not a baby any more, but she wouldn’t let that stop her from loving it.

  216. If I won the fabric I’d make another quilt for Hannah, to use when she comes to grandma’s house. (That would be me!)

  217. I would make the quilt for my niece and her brand new baby only a few days old.

  218. thanks mary! i would make the quilt for one of my friends as their very own grandma/grandbaby quilt.

  219. Would love to make this for a great friend who is expecting her first child.

  220. Thanks for the chance to win!!! Great giveaway!!! If I win, I’d make it for me to use it as a lap quilt.

  221. This is a super cute baby quilt and so simple I think I could do it myself. I would give it to the next friend or family member who has a baby. Thank you for the giveaway.

  222. Hi there, first of all what a lovely quilt. I have not done any quilting before, would love to do one soon, for my two little baby boys. Thanks for the chance

  223. I would make this quilt for my daughter. She’s 8 months old now but I hope to make her a quilt someday that she can keep forever and pass on to her child. :) Thank you!
    mrs.hbraun@gmail.com

  224. I would love to make this for my (yet to be born) great niece or nephew. Due September so just the right time!

  225. I love these quilts! I would love to make one for my nephew’s new baby girl.

  226. Hi Mary I couldn’t hope to win something from you again but if I should, I would make a quilt for my littlest.

  227. I would make this quilt for my cousin’s newest baby girl. My fingers are crossed!!

  228. If I win, I’d either make it for myself (I just had my third daughter 4 weeks ago) or one of my many pregnant friends :)

  229. I have a co-worker who is expecting two grandbabies this year, a close friend who is expecting her first grandchild and a friend who wants me pay me to make something for his friend who is expecting. So 4 baby ‘things’ to make. This would be perfect!

  230. My cousin is really into vintage and she’s having a baby in August. I would use it for her for sure.

  231. I LOVE that baby quilt!!! I’d definitely be making it for either myself(hoping for number 2 soon as my first is already 7!!) or for my best friend who’s having a baby girl in September! Going to look at your shop now… Thanks for participating in the giveaway day! :-)

  232. I would make this quilt all for ME. :) Nobody I know would love the vintage prints like I do anyway — I’ve actually be totally obsessed with them lately, and have just started to collect them myself! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  233. I did add your shop to my favourites!! I hope to win, but if not, I may just have to purchase the 42 pack soon…as soon as the budget allows it!

  234. I have so many friends having babies, I would save this kit for the next special new addition to a family near me. =)

  235. Tough call. Do I make it for my pregnant friend, or for my future daughter? Ha ha… I should probably make it for my friend since I’m not even pregnant. :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

  236. A teacher I worked with is having her first baby. Since she is very much into recycling and reusing, it would be perfect for her!

  237. I would make this quilt for one of my daughters, or one of my sisters who is expecting, or my sister in law who is also due this summer.

  238. This would be for my very first quilt and would be for either my daughter, my new baby due in September or a good friend’s baby due in November!

  239. I just found out that two of my cousins are expecting! One baby is already in trouble tho…with its intestines and some other organs growing outside of its wee little body :-( I think I would make this little blanket up for that wee one. I think a soft vintage sheet blanket would be just right after sergury (the baby will have sergury immediately after its born.)
    I’m hoping I win so I can Pay Forward my blessing :-)

  240. Your star quilt is amazing! I would make a baby quilt out of the vintage sheet charms, for my new granddaughter. Actually, I already made her two quilts but a girl can never have too many!

  241. I won’t know until November, but if I have a girl I will make it for my sweet daughter. I also have six friends giving birth in October and it would make a great baby gift for one of them!

  242. I have several cousins due late summer and early fall. No one knows what they are having. All of the new babies could use a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Suzanne dot Jourdan at gmail dot com

  243. I would make the quilt for one of our good friends whose baby is due in september.. thanks so much for the chance!

  244. I have a never ending list of friends having babies (atleast it feels that way) so this charm pack would be a great way for me to cross atleast one gift off the list!

  245. My cousin, who is a fan of vintage and unique items, just had a lovely little baby girl. I know they would look fabulous out and about with a vintage charm quilt. Thanks for the contest (and the great idea to search for vintage sheets!)

  246. I would make the quilt for my neighbor, who is having a baby soon. Or if it is too hard, I would use the fabric for my group, World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

  247. I would make this quilt for my baby that is due in December since I don’t have any close friends having a baby soon. :)
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

  248. Thank you for a lovely giveaway, my sister is having her second child this fall and this would be a perfect baby shower gift to make her.

  249. What a cute quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Bree
    bdoody11 at yahoo dot com

  250. I would make one for my niece–or possibly my own daughter! (You know what they say about the shoemaker’s children.) Thanks so much for the chance!!

  251. Thanks for the chance! I started making quilts for my boyfriend’s brother’s baby to be and now I have to stock up on “future” baby quilts!

  252. Beautiful quilt – I would make it for my nephew’s new baby to be born in September. Thank you for the giveaway.

  253. I would make a gorgeous vintage quilt for my little girl. She would love it! Thanks for the chance :)

  254. You do have a way with vintage sheets. Absolutely gorgeous.
    I think I’d try my hand at making one for my cousin who is expecting a baby girl. So sweet.

  255. I would make this quilt for a friend of my daughter. She was just put on bedrest today until she has her baby and was told that she might have her baby really premature. Her baby is a little girl and is due at the end of August. This quilt would be so cute for her!

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  256. I hearted your Etsy story – carvnstitch1

    thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  257. I have a few friends that are expecting babies, so one of them is bound to get it. :)

  258. I would make the quilt for *me*. I have a love of shabby chic and all things vintage! Thank you for including this lovely giveaway in Giveaway Day.
    cynsaw2(at)yahoo(dot)ca

  259. Normally I would make it for my nephew but it’s so adorable that I would probably make it and save it for my future child :). Thank you for the giveaway!

  260. I think I would make this for my colleague – he’s having a tough time at work at the moment and is expecting their first child in September, which is only adding to the pressure!

    The fabrics are so lovely – great prize, thanks!

  261. I would make this quilt for my new niece – 9 months old!

    Your quilt is amazing – it’s inspiring me to find some vintage sheets!

    Added your etsy shop to my favorites, as well.

  262. Your quilts are beautiful! I have been saving some vintage sheets and you are an inspiration to make a quilt with them. I would make a baby quilt for my lovely neighbor who is expecting! thanks!

  263. I would love to make this quilt for a charity and make someone’s day :)

  264. To be honest, I’d make it for myself :) I’d use it to decorate the back of my couch so I could look at it everyday.

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

  265. I have a family member expecting a baby and I think that I would make it for the new baby! This is beautiful! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  266. I love the vintage sheets in baby quilts – so soft! I don’t have any babies needing quilts right now, but I’d make it to have on hand for the next announcement!

  267. I would make this quilt and save it for my best friend who has been hoping to get pregnant for a while. I can’t wait for her wish to come true. Thanks for the lovely giveaway, I love vintage fabrics.

  268. my good friend is expecting a baby this winter and loves vintage sheets so this would be perfect for her!

  269. Wow, so lovely to see a fellow Brit! And lovely vintage fabric too. I just got married 4 weeks ago and I would love to save the kit to make a very special quilt for our first baby (well, I need to get pregnant first!!). Thanks for the chance to win x

  270. i would make a baby quilt for either my granddaughter or the relatively new daughter of some close friends. I’m behind in my baby quilts!!

  271. One of my best friends is expecting soon and I have been wanting to make her something. This would be perfect!

  272. I have a few friends with babies on the horizon and would love to be able to gift something of this sort to one of them! Thanks for the chance to win!

  273. I would make it for my sisters new baby! We don’t know what she is having yet but this would be perfect! Love your quilt!
    chacoyaguayo(at)yahoo(dot)com
    Thank you for the opportunity;)

  274. Thanks for inviting me over! I also love blue vintage sheets and I’ve been lucky enough to find several. If I won, I would make this quilt for my soon to be born niece. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  275. I would make it for my sweet friend who is expecting in October. Thanks!

  276. What pretty vintage fabric! I have two soon-to-be-born nieces, and I’m sure I could figure out something to make with such lovely fabric. Thanks for the chance!

  277. With grandchildren coming in June & August it will not be difficult to find a baby that will love this quilt!
    Thanks for the chance.

  278. i think would make it as a blanket/mat for my dogs to lay on (i hope that’s not offensive that it’s not for a baby?! they are my kids ;))

    ambjer (at) gmail.com

  279. i subscribed to your blog via email subscription.

    ambjer (at) gmail.com

  280. Ooh I would sew it for me! Is that selfish? I just love vintage sheets! Thank you for your giveaway! :)
    lorepuckett at verizon dot net

  281. I would love to win this kit so I can make a quilt for my 10th grandbaby. Yep – I have 10 grandbabies to cuddle and love. Thank you for offering this prize!

  282. I have a brand-new baby niece named Mabel and I would love to make her a quilt! Thanks for the great opportunity.

  283. I would use the baby quilt kit to make a quilt for my close friend who is expecting her 2nd child in September. Thanks for the giveaway.

  284. Your “Oh My Stars” is absolutely stunning!!!! Beautiful! If I am the oh-so-lucky winner, my granddaughter, Clarabel, will be the lucky little girl to get the quilt! Thank you so much for the chance to enter for your wonderful prize!! :-)

  285. I subscribed to your blog via email– thank you for the extra entry! :-)

  286. Our small office has lots of young people and they keep having babies… I think it would go to one of them. Or a grandchild of mine- when that happens. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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