Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

Happy Friday! This week I’ve got babies on the brain, thanks to my little niece who’s scheduled to arrive next month. I can’t wait to meet her, and of course, sew for her! My sister Wendy’s baby shower was last weekend, so here we are with the baby quilt I gave her:

sisters 300x224 Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

One resource that will come in very handy when I’m sewing for my new niece is Babyville Boutique, which is featured in “Cool Tools” in the current Sew News. Babyville Boutique started as a source for supplies for sewing cloth diapers as an eco-friendly alternative to expensive disposables. In addition to a variety of adorable PUL fabrics and other products, Babyville Boutique is also a great place to find sewing ideas, inspiration and information. Plus, PUL fabric has so many fun uses beyond diapers, including aprons, book covers, appliques and more.

So today, we have an amazing giveaway of Babyville Boutique products, including books, patterns, PUL fabric, appliques, buttons, snaps, fold-over elastic, diaper pins and more!

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For your chance to win, answer the following question in the Comments section below:

Do you plan on sewing anything for babies in the near future and if so, what will you be sewing?

Enter your comment by Monday when we’ll randomly select a winner! Good luck and thanks so much to Babyville Boutique! Be sure to check out their blog and Facebook page for more information on projects and products.

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226 Responses to Free Stuff Friday! Win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Grab Bag!

  1. Maggie says:

    yes, baby quilts.

  2. Katrina says:

    Wonderful

  3. judy hebert says:

    I plan on making a baby blanket in the near future!!!

  4. Rose C says:

    Yes, I am making a baby bib and starting a blanket.

  5. Kasey Coots says:

    I am going to sew baby blankets, burp cloths, toys, and a changing pad!!

  6. Nancy Chandler-Smith says:

    Yes. Baby toys, bibs burp clothes.

  7. Diane Olin White says:

    Personalized baby bibs, teddy bears, and quilts

  8. Nell Able says:

    Yes, I am. I have a new great-niece and plan to make some little smocked dresses for her. I made her two little newborn sacques which her mom loved.

  9. jan murray says:

    yes – lovely little dresses for my 16 month old grandaughter.

  10. Glenda Rogers says:

    Diapers for my friend’s newborn son. This would be perfect!!

  11. Helen Wilson says:

    i may be making a blanket or what ever else i can think about making for the baby

  12. Heloisa says:

    yes i do! as soon as my friend gets to know the sex of her baby, i’ll be doing a bed set for her :)

  13. Mary Beth says:

    My sister is having a baby and I have been busy making burp clothes, embroidered onesies, and things for the baby shower!

  14. Val says:

    I just finished 4 baby quilts! For my friends at work! One is having twins!!! Just found out another co-workers wife is pregnant!!! Back to the sewing machine. Oh wait I never left it!

  15. Kristy says:

    Actually cutting out cloth diapers and wipes for a special little friend today, so this would be a GREAT win! Would love to try the Babyville supplies! Thanks!

  16. Lorraine Williams says:

    Yes, baby bibs, burb clothes and some cute dresses for my grandchildren and friend’s new babies coming. Three friends have boys on the way and I have one more grandchild due this summer. Looking for different ideas for more gifts.

  17. Tracy Enos says:

    I am pregnant with my third boy! I think I will be making some cute bow ties!

  18. Terri Hoke says:

    I just received polka dot fabric & am making two small quilts for my great nephews. Both my nieces had baby boys within 3 months of each other. Would love to win!

  19. Yes, actually! We have #2 due in May, and I want to make him something special for his arrival :)

  20. Karen says:

    Yes, baby bedding and bibs for my soon-to-be grandson #2. Yay!

  21. Heidi says:

    YES ! Have a co-worker expcecting her first baby !

  22. Amanda says:

    I have some cute prints to use in a baby quilt.

  23. Paula Blevins-Russell says:

    Heirloom dresses for Easter…some hand sewn and some machine sewn!

  24. Rebecca Landis says:

    Yes but I am not sure what. Maybe an outfit and some bibs.

  25. Molly Martin says:

    Yes! I love sewing for babies! Burp cloths, embellished onesies, flannel blankets, hairbows, car seat covers too!

  26. Molly Martin says:

    Oops! Forgot to add diaper covers too!

  27. fabian short says:

    making cloth diapers for my new granddaughter who will arrive in April!

  28. Carrie Cunningham says:

    Making a baby quilt and matching bibs.

  29. shannon says:

    Our second grandbaby is here and I love making her quilts, blankets, toys, and anything else I can do with fabric and my sewing machine…it is “sew” much fun…lol…love you site

  30. Cindy Cockburn says:

    Yes, I plan to make blankets, bibs and burp rags for my great neice.

  31. Nadine says:

    Yes! Quilts and burp diapers:)

  32. Millie Bentley says:

    We have a 5-month-old great granddaughter–the first girl baby for many years–I already made her several dresses, embellished some onesies, and made a tin woodsman costume for Halloween. There is lots more in her future.

  33. millie says:

    Yes, as a matter of fact I am sewing cloth diapers today! I will start a baby quilt after that. Thanks for the chance to win; my fingers are crossed that you will pick me! ;)

  34. Loretta Tejkl says:

    Will be making a christening gown from fabric left over from making my daughter’s wedding gown.

  35. Sue Winnie says:

    I have 2 friends having babies and I am doing lots of bibs, burp cloths. Would love to try diapers too. This would be a great place to start!

  36. Patricia Egerton says:

    Yes, Burp cloths with embroidered baby designs.

  37. Gale Theberge says:

    I will be sewing for 3 baby due in the next 3 months. quilts and anything else they may need.

  38. Mary M says:

    Yes! I’ll be sewing baby bibs and toys. And I might get brave and make a quilt for the first time. Lots of babies coming this year!

  39. Marilyn Ralls says:

    Making baby blankets for Project Linus.

  40. Eva says:

    Am making burp pads , blankets and hair bows for a baby shower tomorrow.

  41. Diane Simmons says:

    More bibs, you can never have too many, also stuffed toys and bags for their stuff :)

  42. Heather says:

    I am making a pastel rainbow baby quilt for a friend who is due in April.I would love to include some diapers!

  43. Patsy cosby says:

    I will be making baby quilts, burp cloths, bibs.

  44. Virginia says:

    My first grand child is almost 5 months old and I am having a great time sewing for her!! In the future, I will be making dresses for spring, more bibs, and, hopefully, a quilt.

  45. Lawana Whaley says:

    Baby blankets, quilts, diaper covers, carrier covers

  46. Judy Frain says:

    I will be making blankets for twin baby girls due in June and am hoping for a grand baby soon so I can make fun things for him or her!!

  47. melody says:

    Yes for my 6 month old bibs and teething pads for my ergo carrier, for my 2 older girls I am going to use the babyville pul material to make wet bags for their swimming lessons.

  48. Joan says:

    I will be making bibs, burp cloths, quilts, and nursing covers.

  49. lara m says:

    I would make his own quilt..If he like football,basketball that i would do for him..If she was a girl i would make a ballerina quilt…Someday she will be come a famous ballerina

  50. Diane Crane says:

    I am going to be a grandmother for the first time this spring – to twin girls! So I’ll be sewing blankets, burp cloths, bibs, diaper covers, and anything else I can!

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