12 Days of Giveaways Day 11: Win Heart-Felt Holidays!

Thanks to everyone for sharing hilarious sewing stories in yesterday’s Day 10 giveaway! We randomly selected from among all of the entrants, and the winner is Kim, who said “My funniest (not really funny at the time!) moment was sewing a two piece sleeve backwards.” I can definitely relate–especially if I find myself sewing late into the night! Congrats, Kim!

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Today we’re giving away the super-cute book Heart-Felt Holidays (by Kathy Sheldon and Amanda Carestio from Lark Crafts), featured in “Must Haves” in the Dec/Jan Sew News. It includes 40 fun and easy felt projects to help you celebrate all year long, such as a New Year’s “Cheers!” banner, a Happy Birthday crown, a leprechaun finger puppet and much more. To enter, answer the following question in the comments section below: What handmade gifts are you sewing this holiday season?

Enter by tomorrow morning and stay tuned for our HUGE Day 12 giveaway! Good luck!

P.S. Here’s a bonus FREE project from Heart-Felt Holidays: Make an adorable Mistletoe Kissing ball just in time for Christmas–even if you don’t win today’s prize!

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26 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways Day 11: Win Heart-Felt Holidays!

  1. Tiffany Matthews says:

    I’m making memo boards, pj’s, and a chenille baby blanket this year.

  2. barbara says:

    I have made doll blankets, wine bottle holders and potholders this year.

  3. Darcie says:

    I think I may sew together the fleece robes I started cutting out (and promptly forgot about) for my kids last winter.

  4. Rita says:

    I started a quilt, made from my now 10yr old son’s toddler denim clothing and our old jeans, when he was young. It was supposed to be for my husband, but the project languished for years. This summer I pulled it back out and pieced it, and within a month, my husband left. We are divorcing, but I’m finishing it for our son to give to his Dad.

  5. Mary M says:

    Purses and stuffed animals for my nieces and nephews.

  6. Patsi says:

    I’ve been making dog collars and jammers for mine and for friends dogs.

  7. Savannagal says:

    I’m not sewing any Christmas gifts, but I have knitted a few. I wish I had more free time.

  8. Jayme says:

    I am machine embroidering and sewing together some cute little mug rugs to give with a mug and some coffee/hot chocolate mixes I have made.

  9. Penny says:

    Every gift given this year was handmade!!! I’m so proud of myself! Mug rugs, pot holders, quilted magnets, notepad covers, wallets, makeup bags, grocery bags, keychains and table toppers :)

  10. Patty says:

    I am having a blast making different types of fleece scarves for Christmas presents. They are fun and fast!

  11. Mary Mac says:

    I made ornaments this year. Santas and Angels all from felt. Which is why I would love this book.

  12. Tonja Clark says:

    I ordered Tim Kaufman Grinch fabric and made my daughter and her fiance Christmas Stockings featuring the Grinch and colored bells. As I was sewing a neighbor stopped by and told me about 3 children whose parents are struggling so I am making three more but these will be Rudolph themed as that was the only child oriented fabric I could find locally. I will be filling them up too. I will also be making some for my best friends children.

  13. I have made twenty two pairs of pj pants (yes I can make them in my sleep and with my eyes closed)! I have made three E reader covers, a Christmas banner, two jersey knit tops and leggings, and am now in the process of making those snowflake coasters from Creative Machine Embroidery magazine.

  14. KatieGirl says:

    I’m made pillowcases, a robe and bag and embroidered tea towels. The funnest thing I made was felt candy garland from a pattern on etsy.

  15. Emily F says:

    I am making my daughters first stocking and well my first handmade one. I also made a quilt for here that all i need to do is bind. I have been working on this quilt since before she was born.

  16. pat peters says:

    I made scarves family and homeless.

  17. Nicole says:

    This year made a potholder and about a dozen ornaments for a couple exchanges and a log carrier for my sister.

  18. hueisei says:

    I am making a mug rug

  19. carolyn hilton says:

    I’m making PJs for my husband , denim pillow covers, a coat for my dobe & still working on a quilt I started ages ago!

  20. What haven’t I made this year?? And, phew! I’m finally done!

  21. Annette says:

    I made a bunch of felt food for my little niece. What a great book!

  22. Marilee Hawkins says:

    I am making sets of table runners-one for each season, plus a Christmas and Easter on for each of my sisters. My grandkids are getting fleece hood/scarfs for the girls, and boys are getting hoods/neck gaiters in camo fleece. Plus mittens for all.

  23. Barb says:

    I’m making nice warm flannel pajamas, well, actually a nightgown and long pajama bottoms for a family member who actually wanted homemade sleepwear. I’ll probably finish up some unfinished sewing projects too.

  24. MelodyJ says:

    I just made ornaments and am baking cookies this year.

  25. Jan Perry says:

    I made ornaments, table runners, wood burned kitchen utensils, felt games (for the little ones), appliqued pillow cases, monogrammed sketch books, monogrammed napkins (made with vintage fabric) mixed media artwork, and crochet hats with coordinating scarves. This year, unless I married was to or gave birth to~ you received a handmade gift. and to be honest.. my children received some handmade too.

  26. Carol K E says:

    I have made 4 Beanbag chairs, 6 pairs of sheep ears and about 20 shepherd outfits. I have also made 4 advent calendars with 25 embroidered figures that can be moved from the calendar to the stable scene.

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