August 25th, 2013

Sunday Funday Giveaway #3

by Julie Hirt

It’s that time again!   Welcome to Sunday Funday giveaway week 3.

Check out those beautiful shot cottons by Kaffe Fassett.  Elizabeth at Cucire was kind enough provide a yard of each in Viridian and Persimmon.

The rich woven colors are perfect for holiday sewing or a quilting project.  Cucire has a gorgeous selection of shot cottons.

If you hurry you can catch her August special: Amy Butler’s Belle fabrics at $8 per yard.   Woot, woot!


The winner also receives a thread sampler from the ever wonderful Aurifil.  Try out 5 thread weights in 5 different colors.

If you’ve never sewn with Aurifil, you are missing out. Missing out on having a lint-free machine!

First time?  I’d start with a large spool of white in 50wt and use it for regular piecing and sewing.  You’ll immediately notice your bobbin goes much further, the thread has a nice feel and your lint build up is minimal.

Cucire carries Aurifil.  Buy a spool and give it a spin! You won’t regret it.




Be sure to check out Mountain Quiltworks and Crafty TammieThey are also hosting giveaways today!






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123 Comments to “Sunday Funday Giveaway #3”

  1. I just finished my texas teardrop top, qal from Vicki at quilting lodge!

  2. Just finished blocks for Block Rock’N and it is looking great.Looking forward to putting it all together now.

  3. I just finished a quilt for my daughter for her third birthday :)

  4. Working on little baby quilt called “Backyard Fun”. Waiting for days off to put it on the longarm to quilt. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

  5. I made 2 tote bags yesterday for my husband to put in his truck for going to the store and using them instead of the paper or plastic!

  6. I just repurposed a Craigs List cabinet, removed the fugly punched tin panel and covered it with a wonky stars batik insert.

  7. Just finished a lunch bag for my baby girl for school!
    Thanks for a chance to win some wonderful stuff!

  8. I just finished the top for Canasta for Another Year of Schnibbles. I also made my son very happy with a “Family Guy” wallet.

  9. My latest project was for a batik block swap, and I’m anxiously waiting to see what comes back to me!

  10. TODAY, I will finish big stitch hand-quilting my daughter’s bright colored scrappy bullseye quilt. WHOO HOO! So excited to get to put binding on. Stayed up too late trying to get done, but just a little border to do..happy.~


  11. My last sewing project was a paper pieced pillow for my daughter, complete with quilt binding on the edge! I am so proud of this item because I made all the color choices myself, which is very difficult for me. Can’t wait to give it to her but have to wait until the end of September!!! Gah!

  12. A pillow for my little girl.

  13. Thanks for the giveaway! My last sewing projects have been from Ayumi Takahashi’s book Patchwork,Please! I’m really enjoying the weekly sew-along on Flickr that urges me to accomplish at least one sewing “finish” every week.

  14. I’ve been addicted to zippy pouches lately! My last quilt was a wonky reverse star baby quilt that I’m binding now.

  15. Work on boarders for my 1st quilt.

  16. My last finished sewing project was a Rainy cloud mobile. I’m working on the Zakka Along Hexagon Trivet at the moment, loving it!

  17. I just sewed a clutch and I love making small projects that can be used everyday! It’s so much satisfying.

  18. I’m working on a quilt top, I got 16 blocks made last weekend!

  19. I just finished a chevron quilt as part of a crib set and a quilt top with the leftover fabric

  20. My last sewing project was a skirt. But I have just started my first quilt!

  21. I’m working on the Star Surround QAL with Happy Quilting.

  22. I am working on arm chair caddies for me and my husband. Thank you!

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