Manic Monday Amy Butler Pattern Giveaway!

To celebrate the beginning of another great week of sewing, we have an extra-special pattern to give away to one lucky reader! Favorite designer Amy Butler has just come out with an adorable new bag pattern: The Charm Clutch. The pattern includes instructions for both a handbag and shoulder bag style and lots of closure options. Make it in a combination of bright and beautiful prints for a fun mid-winter pick-me-up:

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So cute! To enter for your chance to win The Charm Clutch pattern, answer the following question in the Comments section below: What’s your favorite quick-and-easy sewing project? Enter by tomorrow afternoon when we’ll announce the winner!

 Manic Monday Amy Butler Pattern Giveaway!
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119 Responses to Manic Monday Amy Butler Pattern Giveaway!

  1. Summer says:

    My favorite quick project would be small zipper pouches. They are so quick, fun, and useful.

  2. Deb says:

    I like sewing little projects to help organize my purse.

  3. Donna says:

    What’s your favorite quick-and-easy sewing project?
    There are soooo many! How do I choose just one? LOL! I think for me it would be clutches! They are fast, simple and have so many options for embellishments!

  4. Grace says:

    My quick and easy project are the mini diaper&wipes bags that I make. All I usually need are 2 fat quarters and I’ll have a new bag in about an hour!

  5. Wendy Adams says:

    Quick and easy elastic waist skirts for granddaughters.

  6. Sarai says:

    I have a few favorites that are quick and easy-handbags, pillow cases and pj pants. Three things you can never have enough of!

  7. SewLindaAnn says:

    My favorite quick and easy sewing project is a Mug Rug. It’s a great way to get your creative juices flowing with something so useful for yourself or as a gift.

  8. Deana Glasgow says:

    My favorite quicka nd easy project are the grocery cart covers for children! Love making them in bright colors-also embroidering names onto the carrying bag for extra personalization!

  9. christy says:

    mine is pillow cases. super easy!!!

  10. Stacey says:

    it usually is bags, but i have not been able to make one in a long time, i love this bag, if i win, that will be my next project!!!!

  11. bev says:

    I love sewing purses! I use bungee cords for the handles.

  12. Cheryl C says:

    My new favorite quick & easy project is wine glass coasters/markers. They slide over the bottom of the wine glass to mark which glass is yours. Fast & fun from fat quarters!

  13. annelie says:

    my own cute little coin purses.

  14. Annette says:

    OH, I love to make any type of bag. Quick and easy ones are my “mag bags.” I love to read, and they are quick and easy, can hold a few magazines or books, and can be so cute! I love to give them as gifts.

  15. Susan Brooks says:

    Recently, tissue holders. The make up fast, you can match fabrics, and everyone likes them. The only problem-I can’t keep tissue packs because I keep giving them away!

  16. Pat Yamada says:

    tote bags…endless possibilities.

  17. Diane says:

    My favorite quick project is a shower curtain. It’s a quick, easy, inexpensive way to redecorate a bathroom!

  18. Jennifer B. says:

    my favorites are baby blankets and pillow covers…basic two pieces sewn together…most of the time

  19. Hats for my Granddaughter and knitted scarves for her too! I love my grandchildren and to see their little eyes when I give them things! :) I hope I win, :) Happy Sewing, Pamie G.

  20. Lisa Barber says:

    My favorite quick & easy project is making a set of napkins.

  21. pat says:

    my favorite is a fast shopping bags,from sleveless tops.
    QUICK nEASY ready to shop

  22. Ana says:

    My favorite are girl’s skirts with 2 fat quarters.

  23. Margaret Godfrey says:

    I love to make pillowcase dresses for my 3 year old granddaughter – so quick and easy.

  24. Mary Beth says:

    Tote bags. You can never have enough bags or purses!

  25. Florence Hewett says:

    I like to make old things look new again just redid an old 1970s chair and it now looks new

  26. Lynne says:

    I make a quick tote bag with a lining. Takes about 40 minutes if I do not have to make the straps. I also make a 1.5 yds baby blanket that is a quick gift.

  27. Mary Ann Davis says:

    Pillowcases! They are quick and easy on the surger or sewing machine. Ronald McDonald House in Lansing, MI can always use them.

  28. Cindy says:

    I love to make coats for my little dog. They are fast and easy, and only take and evening to do.

  29. Key Fobs! says:

    Fun and practical, these projects are an accessory no fashionable gal should be without…so make several!

  30. betsey karl says:

    mine are pillowcases! fast and fun!

  31. Jeanne says:

    I am on a “reuseable grocery bag” craze right now – our city has banned plastic bags, so I am converting everything possible into totes that I will / do give away for free to random people I see….

  32. Sher Mattison says:

    Laptop sleeves…they are so easy and yet they can be embellished in many different ways! I love to embroider initials on them.

  33. Katie says:

    My favorite quick, go-to project would have to be a pillowcase. It is the first project my students complete.

  34. tone hultmann says:

    My favorite quick project is a peasant dress for my girls – side seams, arm seams, chup, chup, chup, all done

  35. Sheila Pitts says:

    One of mine would be Oven Door Dresses! They are so fun & easy to make and are too cute! Everyone LOVES them! I can whip up one in no time for a quick gift.

  36. Lori says:

    My fave simple sewing project is a cloth napkin. We stopped using paper napkins at our house in an effort to stay green, and my family and I thoroughly enjoyed looking through my stash for fabric to make napkins.

  37. Linda says:

    My favorite quick sew are baby blankets and comfort blankets. Both bring happiness and comfort to both me as the giver and the either a new mom or someone who is going through a tough time. Its shows the person just how much you care about them.

  38. JJJ says:

    Wine bags are so simple and quick for an easy way to dress up a hostess gift. I love playing with fun fabrics and cording/ribbon!

  39. Jane T. says:

    I love to do photo pillows for friends. I print the selected photo on fabric, then design a pillow sized quilt top with the photo in the center or wherever. I then stitch it all together. These are always well-received and I get to try different quilt block patterns without the obligation of a whole quilt! Oh, I also get to practice my free motion quilting on a small project!

  40. Alma says:

    I like to do the small purses with a strap that I can wear when shopping. Leaves my hands free and it is safe.
    Love to make pillowcases too!!

  41. Janet says:

    My favorite quick sewing project is a wrap around skirt.

  42. Stacy says:

    My favorite easy project is whipping up a cute pillowcase dress for my daughter! Quick & easy clothes! :-)

  43. Pat H. says:

    My favorite, when I need something with a great presence, is a Susan Fuquay pattern called “Hearts for You.” It was given as a freebie in shops years ago and works into a small wall hanging that I can hand applique and get done in 2 days.

  44. Linda says:

    My family calls me the Queen of Quick when it comes to sewing. I love fast and simple projects. Right now I’ve been making pieced placemats and bookmarks and pin cushions and coin purses and pillows and totes and head bands and …

  45. Karen T says:

    pj pants for my grand daughter.

  46. Heather says:

    my fav project would have to be small pouch purses…. I like to make mine out of repurposed Jeans :) so fun and adding buttons makes them so unique!

  47. Wanda Jones says:

    My favorite quick and easy project is making a personalized travel pillow cover.

  48. Karen A says:

    My favorite project would have to be pillows. They are quick and easy but can be dressed up so many ways.

  49. Lynn Feek says:

    Doll dresses, the simple sleeveless kind. So fast and easy, but with the right fabric scraps they bring a light and a smile to any little girl, and some grown women too! It’s also a great way to use up leftover fabric bits, or to make a cute keepsake out of a child’s favorite outgrown clothing item.

  50. Denise Bennett says:

    My favorite quick and easy project right now is simple wallets. The new pattern is beautiful!