Saturday, October 10, 2009

Pair of Pouches Giveaway

Happy Saturday!

If you have been keeping up with my blog lately, you know I have been having fun making zippered pouches...and you know I said we would have another giveaway in the near future....so, here we go!

One lucky recipient will receive the two zippered pouches pictured: one larger project size pouch (approximately 7.25" W x 11" H) and one smaller tool size pouch (approximately 6" W x 4.75" H). The sampler fabric is from the Beach House line by Blackbird Designs for Moda (#2637). Both pouches are quilted and lined....and both were made with my own two hands.

How do you enter?? Simply post a comment to this topic regarding these fun little zipper bags...how would you put them to good use...or where you would keep them...or what treasures would you keep inside them. Then, next Saturday, October 17th, I will use the random generator to choose one lucky recipient from all the entries. PLEASE make sure you leave your email (or your email is in your profile), so I can contact you should your name be chosen.

Thank you so much for reading/following my blog - I truly enjoy hearing from you, reading your comments, and answering your questions. Good luck to all...

48 comments:

  1. Uh oh! I'm first! Ah well. lol! I think I would use the little pouch to carry my stitching tools when I'm out and about. The larger one would be great for my current stitching project. Thanks for the chance to win them!

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  2. Ohhh great prizes. I would use the larger pouch to carry a small completed kit. The smalled one looks like it might hold mysmall felted needle case which also has my petite scissors.

    Thank you for the contest.

    hugs
    -missy-

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  3. I love bags. The smaller bag would go inside the larger, holding my needles and neeedle threader. The larger bag would hold one of my current projects for stitching on the go.
    PS, I've added a little blurb in the right hand column of my blog about your giveaway.
    Hugs always,

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  4. I love those colors and what a neat work! Wow!
    I would use the larger to carry one of my stitching projects (threads, chart and fabric) and the smaller one to carry my needles and scissors or even my coins, it's so pretty I would show everybody! :P
    Thanks for this great giveaway! Have a nice week-end!

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  5. What beautiful bags! I love bags and would use them both to carry my scissors and thread heaven and needles to work with me every day. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  6. I love the fabrics you chose, they are wonderful. The larger one, Kindle cozy? Maybe for a small note book and pen or a journal? The tiny one will go straight into my purse for coins & a lipstick.

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  7. There are just lovely. I love the fabric you used. I believe I would use the small one to hold little things in my purse - chapstick, lipstick, etc. The larger one would make a great project bag, for a small on the go stitching project.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  8. I luv the fabric. I am addicted to collecting bags too. I would definitely use these for my scissors and tools and like the other girl I would carry a small project or extra floss with me.

    Tammy
    saultontgirl@hotmail.com

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  9. beautiful little pouches! I could come up with so many things to carry in them. I think my camera would even fit in one!!! And of course, stitching stuff in the other!!!
    Shari
    shari-b@embarqmail.com

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  10. Those pouches are adorable! You really have done a great job on them! I would use them both for holding my stitching accessories. The larger one would be great for holding some of my knitting/crochet accessories as well. swinkle@cox.net

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  11. They're adorable!!!! Perfect for keeping supplies for a stitching project together :) The smaller pouch would hold needles and scissors while the larger one would have the necessary threads. That way, they don't get tangled up!

    Thank you for such a wonderful giveaway!
    Cathey

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  12. Such fun pouches! The big one looks good for a small project and the small one can carry my precious scissors and needles. Thank you for the chance to own them.

    Hugs,

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  13. Hi Belinda,

    Yes, I would love to be entered in your giveaway!

    I would keep them both on my dining room table which is my stitching spot so that they could help keep my stitching area neat and tidy.

    Well, I did say they would help! Though unless they are like Santa's bag, they won't hold everything! LOL!!!

    Cynthia
    Windy Meadow

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  14. Count me in. I would use it for my license, medical ins & money. I am not big fan of purse. I have small pouch that I carried around. I need slight bigger one now. It's beautiful. I love the color. moms58@yahoo.com ~ Dawn ~

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  15. Please count me in also. These are lovely. Well done and good luck to everyone.
    Michelle x

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  16. I love the fabric and size of these bags. The oval bottom on the small one makes it really cute. I love changing out bags when I start new projects. I don't get bored with the same bags all the time. Thanks Deana

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  17. I love this fabric too and how fun to make into bags. Would love to own this!!!!

    PJ

    pjstitcher@mchsi.com

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  18. Both of these pouches are so lovely made up in the fabric you've chosen.
    I especially love the shape of the little one.
    I think the small one would be perfect for thimble, small scissors and needle threader while the larger one would hold a small project.

    Margaret

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  19. Perhaps a wallet and coin purse?

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  20. How lovely! Small one for needles and the larger one for small travel projects.

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  21. I would love to be included in your giveaway. The larger one I would use for my on the go project- usually a bookmark or an ornament. The smaller one would be used for my buttons, beads, treasures, and eyelets for that project. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  22. Such sweet bags and I would love to be included in your giveaway. The larger one would be fantastic for the small projects I take with me while my daughter dances (sitting there 2-1/2 hours provides a lot of stitching time), and the smaller one could hold my scissors, small tape measure and some spare needles.

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  23. Love these bags. I like the choice of fabrics used this time. Please enter me in the drawing.

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  24. I'd love to be entered in the drawing. I'd use the larger one to hold Christmas ornament "kits" that I take as a portable project, and I'd put some scissors, spare needles, and a threader in the smaller one... then I'd put it in the larger one with the ornament kit so I'd always have stitching ready to carry with me! :)

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  25. I love your giveaways...you are very generous. I would keep them in my stitchy bag with all kinds of goodies such as scissors, needles, to go projects...I love bags..thank you for the chance. Blyn. blynC1@hotmail.com

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  26. They are adorble, the acorn pouch would hold my scissors, needles etc. And the other one would be great for my diary and notebook. What a lovely drawing.
    Annemiek

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  27. Please enter me into your drawing. I would love to be able to add these to my stitching basket that I take to work each day so that I can stitch on my lunch break!

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  28. Another wonderful giveaway? You are more than generous!

    They would be perfect for the new projects I received while at the "Harvest of Friendship" retreat in VA at the beginning of this month.

    Thank you for including me in your contest.

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  29. Handmade from you! How charming is that? I think the larger one would be perfect for my portable stitching light, and the smaller one for all the tiny needle necessaries. Thanks for your generous gift - to me or someone else!

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  30. I am thinking about starting a hand pieced hexagon project. These would be great to carry scissors and needles in the small bag, and my hexagons in the larger bag. Thanks for the chance.

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  31. I love bags - all types. They would be good to carry the supplies you need and keep in the zipper bag I'd have my project in.
    podzifour@gmail.com

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  32. The bags are lovely! I would use the smaller one to hold my Kelmscott needleminders in and the larger one would be used to store my laying tools and and my thread keeps/holders also from Kelmscott.
    Thank you,
    Dorothy

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  33. I LOVE the sampler fabrics by Blackbird - the pouches would be very handy to storing our stitching tools when going to "stitch 'n bitch" nights or to classes or retreats! Please enter me in your drawing!

    Tedra Raden, Phoenix, AZ
    trsamcat@cox.net

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  34. I would use the larger pouch to hold a current project. I like to tuck a smallish WIP into my bag so that I can stitch if I have some quiet time. And the larger pouch is the perfect size! The smaller one? I would use it for my scissors and needlebook.

    Kit (gaisdaughter at yahoo dot com)

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  35. Thank you for the chance to win. I would use the small pouch to carry tea bags in my purse. I'd use the larger one for scissors and floss.

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  36. Oh I love these, Bel, specially the fabric used! I would definitely have them near my stitching chair, and they would travel with me, when I leave home with my stitching. For sure the small one would be for accessories and the larger one for projects on the go!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  37. Oh count me in. I would use the larger pouch for a small kitted progect or if I'm doing a larger project, to store my threads, needles and scissors. I think I'd use the smaller ones for little embellishments or even for coins. They are such cute and useful pouches!!

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  38. Oh, so cute. I've been admiring that fabric. I would use the small pouch for my scissors and floss for my current project and the large one to carry the project.

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  39. Oh, they're too cute.
    I would use the smaller one for a change purse, you can't find decent ones these days,
    the larger one for a small prject.
    Marilyn

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  40. Such cute little pouches! I really like the Blackbird alphabet material you used. The small one would make a cute little coin purse. The other one I would keep in my stitching bag for trims,etc.
    Diana.h@comcast.net

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  41. I would use the small purse for holding my golf markers that I have collected from all my travels, and the large one for holding my travel sewing esentials like needles, threads, pins and small travel sissors.
    et1grand@gmail.com

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  42. Gosh, these little pouches are so pretty. I can just imagine keeping them tucked away in my stitching bag. Whenever I get ideas for stitching projects I always jot them down in a little notebook and the larger one would be perfect for holding a little book and pencil. The smaller one would hold spare needles, my tiny scissors and a needle threader - ooooh, now I've thought of good uses for these gorgeous pouches, how ever am I going to live without them...haha!
    Thank you for your lovely giveaway.
    Angela
    john.sweby@btinternet.com

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  43. Your pouches are wonderful. I love them. I can't get enough organization, so there is no telling how I might use one. Please include me in your give away drawing. Thank you!
    DonnaTN
    ladybug8@bellsouth.net

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  44. Your bags are so cute! I think I would use them for holding threads, sissors, needles(always need an extra needle), a small rpoject while outand about gosh, thelist goes on and on. Please include me in your drawing and than you for the opporunity!
    Julie
    juels51@yaho.com

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  45. I'd love to be included. The pouches are just great. bkirk1029@sbcglobal.net

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  46. Belinda, I've become a huge fan! These bags are beautiful, and of course, I'd use them to hold scissors, needles, and floss as I carry my projects here and there. Thanks for offering such a lovely prize!!

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  47. The contest has officially ended....I am currently numbering the entries and will be picking a winner by random generator momentarily. Thank you to all who posted a comment! Good luck all...I will post the winner in a blog entry for today (Saturday, October 17, 2009).

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  48. Your pouches are lovely! Sherry

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