Modern Cozy: Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day          
           
         
   
     
       
     
     
       

Monday, December 9, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

 Hap-hap-HAPPY Giveaway Day! It's the most fun week of the year as far as giveaways go (ok well one of the two most fun weeks) - the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. I have the sweetest little winter bag to share with someone! This was made by me with Jeni Baker's Nordika line and the SouthPark bag pattern by Ellison Lane.
 Jennifer came up with a very clever little way to add some contrast to the pocket which I love.
I think these cool colors and that pop of red just say winter to me!
Detail of the contrasting stitching on the strap.

Like it? Want to win it? Follow me here or through Blog Lovin (button on the side) and leave me a comment with your favorite bag pattern or one you want to try (I'm *always* looking for another fun bag pattern).

If you're a no-reply blogger please leave your email address in your comment so I can contact you if you win. I'm happy to ship anywhere so that everyone can play along :-) Good luck!

Giveaway will be open until 8pm Friday night EST (12/13). Winner will be chosen by random and will be notified over the weekend.

Thanks to Sew Mama Sew for hosting such a fun event!

Winner: Mr. Random Number Generator picked number 70, Nin from Sailor Spy! Nin I'm sending you an email for your address :-) Thanks to everyone who commented!

172 comments:

  1. I follow you on Bloglovin. I'm planning to try the Quattro bag pattern by Studio Kat Designs, I've already ordered some lovery Ghastlies fabrics for it. Thanks for the chance!

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  2. I follow you! I have the Sidekick bag from Noodlehead on my list to make.

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  3. What a beautiful bag! I am a rank beginning, just making zipper cosmetic bags right now, so any of them look challenging and wonderful to me. :)

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  4. Hi. I follow on Bloglovin. The only bag pattern I've tried is the tulip purse. I've made two of them, they are fun to do. Love this sweet bag. You've got mad skills. Thanks.

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  5. This reminds me of my favorite purse pattern 2-4-1 from Noodlehead. I love the difference of the handle & bottom of this bag & would love to win it! Thanks for the great giveaway, your purse turned out super cute!

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  6. I follow on Bloglovin'... I am a sidekick tote from Noodlehead lover :)

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  7. Love this bag! I am not good at making bags, so I can't say that I have a favorite pattern, guess that's why I need to win this one :) Thanks for the chance.
    Amanda

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  8. I follow with Bloglovin. Thank you for a great giveaway. I would like to try the Anne handbag by Clover and Violet.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  9. Great bag!! I really want to try out Noodleheads 241 & super tote patterns!

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  10. i am partial to the red, white and aqua combination. love the straps on your bag. the only bag i have been successful in making is the schlep bag which holds lots and lots of stuff. i have made it in colorful batiks and it gets lots of compliments. "you should sell these". nah

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  11. I like the 241 bag by noodlehead. Love your color choices! I follow on bloglovin
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. I really want to try the Noodlehead cargo duffle!

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  13. I follow you on bloglovin and I really like 241 bag by noodlehead.

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  14. I would like to try out the lunch bags by noodlehead or any other kids backpack!
    I follow you through bloglovin.
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt@yahoo.com
    ipatchandquilt.wordpress.com

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  15. I really like the Licketty Split bag from Made By Rae, and Ive tried a couple of Noodlehead patterns which are really nice. There are so many bags that I want to make, I rarely make on twice.
    deckerston@aol.com

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  16. I love this bag! I always love any bag pattern Anna @Noodlehead does. Just so much fun and practical yet simple too.

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  17. I follow you on Bloglovin', and I'd love to try the Jeni Baker's Sunrise Clutch -- too cute!

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  18. I already follow you via BL and love the bag! I've been making Noodlehead's 241 tote like crazy lately!

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  19. Darcy, I love the bag. I have never made a bag but hope to in the coming year. I have been following your blog with GFC. Thanks for the giveaway,

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  20. I've never made a bag, but am seeing so many gorgeous ones popping up (like this one - oh my! I can't believe that you are giving it away!) that I am so tempted to finally try. Thanks! (charlottesgraceforacure@gmail.com)

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  21. Eeeppp what a lovely bag! I'd love to win your awesome creation!

    I am in love with any and all bag patterns by Sara of Sew Sweetness ~ have you checked those out? Her new book is great too!

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  22. I'm following on BL. I love making Noodlehead's gathered clutch.

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  23. I already follow you on Bloglovin. I love this bag with the Nordika fabric!! I've made a couple of Noddlehead's 241 totes this year -- love that pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. I already follow you on bloglovin! This fabric is adorable!!
    I want to try the Toddler backpack by MadebyRae!
    http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/03/finally-here-toddler-backpack-pattern/

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  25. Bloglovin follower. I have never had the guts to try a bag!! Eek!

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  26. I get too frustrated trying to sew bags .. soo I don't look out for patterns .. and there isn't one I would want to do...

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  27. Beautiful bag! I love the sidekick bag from Noodlehead!

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  28. I was looking at the new bag pattern from Colette Patterns called Cooper, but it's a bit heavy on the metal accessories needed to complete it. Ah well, it's lovely nonetheless. I follow you via blogger. Thanks for the chance! (adriprints at yahoo dot com)

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  29. Very cute I love the colors. Follow thru bloglovin. My favorite patterns are easy. I am not very good at making bags. Thanks for the chance. bashfulhal(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  30. I follow you now! This bag is amazing and I love the fabrics choice! My next bag would be the Super Tote Bag by noodle head. Thanks for the fab giveaway

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  31. I follow you now. Bloglovin. I have the Super Tote Bag on my list. From Noodlehead.

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  32. i follow you! to be honest i have not used any bag patterns for a decade! but, i am itching to make the messenger bag in the oliver+s book.

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  33. I'm following you! I want to make the Tinker Tote from the Craftsy class I'm signed up for. Thanks!

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  34. I love the nordika line! Nice use of the graded fabric! Bagwise, i love the 241 tote.

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  35. Lovely giveaway,so generous of you.Thank you for the chance to win it.

    Would love to have this one.

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/85609685/caitlyn-handbag-pdf-sewing-pattern?ref=shop_home_active

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  36. I follow you on Bloglovin' and I am about to make another Super Tote (or 3!) from Noodlehead's pattern! Love your bag!

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  37. I'm a new follower via bloglovin' now and can I just say that I love the fabric you used for your bag? Gorgeous.
    My favourite bag pattern so far has been the Super Tote pattern by Noodlehead. It was a bit difficult on first try, but such a big, fun bag!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  38. I have to admit that I always just try to wing it. But I would love to try this bag!

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  39. I'm a new follower and the fabric on this bag is stunning! It speaks to me :D (like in those Pier 1 commercials)
    I have an Amy Butler bag pattern I've been meaning to try. . . the Sophia carry-all. but the free Blossom pattern looks cute too. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. Your bag is beautiful - I really like the Sidekick bag from Anna at Noodlehead. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. I love this bag! I made myself a pillow out of that fabric also! I just got the super tote pattern that I'm excited to try.

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  42. Love this fabric! I'm a new follower.

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  43. I'm making Lisa Lam's It's a Cinch Tote - but haven't gotten any further than cutting!

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  44. i love this bag!! i spend a lot of time in the hospital and since i piece and quilt by hand, i could put a quilt im working on and takke it with me. i follow via bloglovin. thank you for such a great giveaway. babscorbittt@gmail.com

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  45. I follow you via feedly. The bag is beautiful.

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  46. Sew liberated has several bag patterns that I really like and want to make. I am a new follower on bloglovin

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  47. http://www.dogundermydesk.com/store/patterns/two-zip-hipster-pdf-pattern/
    This is a favorite of mine. Two Zip Hipster.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I've never sewn a bag, so I'm afraid I don't have any suggestions, but yours is gorgeous!

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  49. I want to try the Weekender bag but I am scared to begin lol. Thanks!

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  50. I have seen a lot of cute Quattro bags and would like to try to make one. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  51. I am a new follower! I really don't have a specific bag pattern, although I am thinking of a bag I would like to make that can carry my bible and hymnal to church in. Already pulled out the material!

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  52. I am a new follower by blog lovin. Sorry I have seen many bags on the blogs I follow but haven't got enough confidence to try any yet.

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  53. Oh my goodness - I don't have a favorite as I don't normally sew handbags, but THIS - this is my favorite!!!

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  54. Love the Sidekick Tote by Noodlehead. I also just purchased big tote pattern too.

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  55. My favourite bag pattern is the Supertote by Noodlehead. I'm about to start my second one.

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  56. I love the divided basket by noodlehead, ive made a bunch of them for gifts. Going to finally make the weekender bag! I've had the pattern & fabric for a year, lol!

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  57. I want to try the Supertote by Noodlehead!!

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  58. I follow on bloglovin'. I want to try making the noodlehead divided basket, it just seems awesome

    tinaotherworld(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  59. I made the Amy Butler Birdie Sling bag for my daughter, and for my son's girlfriend. I never got around to making one for myself. Typical of sewers. I would love to carry this bag. Thanks,
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  60. I follow on Bloglovin as Kathy Davis.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  61. I have been waiting to make Sara Lawson's Aeroplane Bag until I get the right fabric. Your bag is so cute and I love the Nordica fabric. I follow you on Blodlovin.

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  62. Super tote is still on my list...in behind :-)

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  63. I love this bag pattern! This will go into my list. The pattern that I have been wanting to try is called Mommy Poppins bag.
    I am following with feedly :)

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  64. I love bags. I just got the pattern for Jen Giddens' Zippy Tote. I love the colors you've used here.

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  65. I am a happy bloglovin follower and I haven't yet sewn a bag - but would love to try Noodlehead's 241 tote pattern. Would so love to win this bag - it is perfect :-)

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  66. The Kennedy Bag by Sew Sweetness...really cute! Following via Bloglovin

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  67. That is a super cute bag! I love the Noodlehead 241 tote. I have made 4 of them. I just cut out a different patten of hers, the Go Anywhere Bag. I hope I like it as much as the 241.

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  68. I've just signed up to follow you on Bloglovin'. Thanks for the opportunity to win this, I love it, but it would also make the perfect gift for a special friend (who commented that her bag was starting to come apart the other day). I kind of make bags up as I go along, but my favourite go-to quick gifty pattern is a free one - the Charlie bag. I think her bog is called A Very Purple Person.

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  69. The bag is beautiful. I've never made anything more complicated than a simple tote so I can't really say much about patterns.
    I follow your blog with gfc

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  70. I'm following with Bloglovin'. I'm planning to make the tulip purse - have the pattern but need to choose the fabric. Thanks.

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  71. I have been wanting to make Jeni's Naughty secretary bag! I think it is so cute.

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  72. Super cute bag. I have only made Noodleheads 241 tote pattern. I really would like to try some of Sarah's bags from Sew Sweetness. I really love her Velocity Girl Bag pattern.

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  73. Following already through Feedly. :) As for bag patterns, I haven't managed yet to make a Buttercup bag, that one's still on my (rather long-term) to do list...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. That's a very pretty bag love the fabrics you used. I saw a huge bag a while back on a blog. I think it was called a airline bag or something like that. It was very neat.

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  75. WOW what an amazing bag - your stitching is so professional - I am envious :) I've made the Micehlle Patterns Bucket Bag and I like that - quite deep so holds all my junk! Love your giveaway! I am a new bloglovin follower :)

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  76. Your color choices are perfect. The bag just jumps out at me you did a wonderful job. I follow on bloglovin' and the bag I wood like to attempt someday is the 421 bag.

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  77. I follow via bloglovin. I've only made a couple of bags but nothing as beautiful as yours/
    emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

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  78. Believe it or not, Amy Butler's The Weekender bag is my current favorite ( I am working on bag #5 right now). But I also love Artsy Crafty Babe's patterns, too. I am wanting to try som of Sarah's patterns as well ( sew sweetness).

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  79. New follower, I like the Sidekick bag from Noodlehead :)

    sequinsandscribbles@yahoo.com

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  80. I'm about to start a laptop bag from Swoon. Can't wait!

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  81. I usually wing it and make simple tote bags, but I do love Amy Butler's Nappy bag pattern (not just for diapers!).

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  82. I follow on Bloglovin and one day I would like to try The Weekender Bag, thanks!

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  83. Following via Bloglovin' . I would love to make a zombie tote bag! Best wihes from Argentina

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  84. I follow you on Pinterest. You can follow me on Pinterest, too: http://www.pinterest.com/PinkScissorsDes/

    G'Day from Australia! I would like to try the bag pattern you show here.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  85. I follow you on Bloglovin and it would be neat to see one with candy canes.

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  86. Gorgeous!
    I am love all bags Noodlehead and Sara - Sew Sweetness xxx

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  87. I love all of Noodlehead's bags.

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  88. Following on Bloglovin but that bag has to be the nicest thing I've seen all day despite all the blogs I've been on.

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  89. I love the Nordika line. I hinted strongly about the line for Christmas. But bags, I have not made many, only the professional tote really and one other bag. I am going to check out Noodlehead based on all the comments!

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  90. I am now following via Bloglovin. i have only ever made simple knapsacks (no pattern, just rectangles with handles) but am going to attempt the madras tote from Noodlehead to use as a diaper bag

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  91. I think I follow you. Bloglovin. I like noodle head patterns.

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  92. Following you through feedly. I like lots of different patterns, but just finished the Exchange Bag by Charlie's Aunt and really like it.

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  93. I'd like to try the Sidekick by Noodlehead pattern.

    Thank you for your kindness and generosity (even if I don't win)!

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  94. I don't have a favorite pattern for bags. I make different ones each year for my girls

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  95. Love your bag. I always have liked Lazy Girl bags. Not that I'm lazy, just tired these days and they are always quick and oh so cute. Thanks for the chance to win your creation. Love it! I follow you on bloglovin but under my debbie@wowilikethat.com

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  96. I love this bag!!!! I'm a follower through GFC. Thanks!

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  97. I've never made it, but I love the Noodlehead Go Anywhere bag. Thanks for the chance!

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  98. I've been wanting to try the messenger bag pattern from Obsessive Crafting Disorder.

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  99. I would want to try the Shore Bag Pattern by Tiny Seamstress. Thanks for participating! :)

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  100. I love the six pack stack tote pattern. It's simple and easy to follow.

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  101. i've only ever done knot bags. i am working my way up to a zippered box bag. really love the bag you have here! amazing print!

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  102. I really want to try Noodlehead's Super Tote. I'm following on BL. What a generous prize. Thank you for participating in the giveaway day.

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  103. i don't have a favorite yet so i'll be watching the comments to spy some myself
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/MinPinShop

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  104. What a beautiful bag! (I am now following you on Pinterest.)

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  105. I would love your bag, beautiful details! I am going to make all 12 bags in the book "Big City Bags", starting today! New follower.

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  106. Your bag is gorgeous & so beautifully finished. And the fabrics are lovely too. I like the Jane Market bag as a quick & easy bag, great as a quick project for gifts. I'm a follower via Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. I follow via Bloglovin. My favorite pattern is The Everyday Bag by Favorite Things.

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  108. My favourite at the moment is the Noodlehead 241 tote. I love it.

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  109. That noodlehead tote is really cool. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  110. Following through bloglovin'. Great tote and love the fabric! I want to try the diaper bag pattern by Kay Whitt in her Sew Serendipity Bags book.

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  111. What a lovely giveaway - thank you! I'm completely a newbie - just started - so have lots to learn still… Currently trying to make little cute reindeers as Christmas tree decorations! jphotopoulos(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. Great bag. Im following on bloglovin. Id like to make some of the larger Noodlehead bags. Thanks

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  113. I'm also a fan of all Noodlehead bags. I have like 2 of each of them.

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  114. Following you on Bloglovin, and I actually made up my own pattern based off of multiple tutorials, which I am in LOVE with! Thanks for the great giveaway, and happy holidays!

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  115. I love the bag! Last Christmas I made a "Read" tote for my SIL. It's here:
    http://www.craftyhour.com/2012/12/book-bag.html

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  116. I'm a bloglovin follower! I'd like to someday sew one of Amy Butler's patterns

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  117. Beautiful bag!!! I love to make Pendleton wool zipper pouches. I also love any Amy Butler bag pattern!
    mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

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  118. I follow on Bloglovin as Mechele Johnson

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  119. I follow via Bloglovin.
    I don't have a lot of experience with bags. I can barely get a quilt finished, LOL

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  120. I am a bloglovin follower. If I had enough patience, I'd love to tackle Amy Butler's weekender bag.

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  121. Cute bag! I have made several bags from patterns that were from Annie's catalogue.

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  122. Your bags are so awesome. I am following your on Bloglovin. I have knit bags before but I do not sew well enough to make a bag as lovely as yours.

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  123. My favorite bag pattern has to be the buttercup bag by Made By Rae.

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  124. I haven't found a bag pattern that I didn't like yet!!! Right now I am working on a Boutique Duffle!

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  125. I love that bag! My favorite pattern is a basic tote - I'm still a new at sewing LOL. Thanks!

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  126. I've never made a bag (yet)...

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  127. follow as matope on bloglovin! made by rae has a pattern i want to try but ive never made a bag!!

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  128. I plan to make the studio Cherie duffle bag next! I've read lots of posts for tips and I'm pumped! :) Ironically, I've already purchased fabric from the nordika line to make it in! love it!

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  129. If I'm not the winner looks like the Southpark bag is going on my list. Too CUTE!

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  130. I started following you on blogger.com. I found this bag pattern that I would like to try: www.etsy.com/listing/93099379 - it's super cute! I adore your bag, especially the fabric on the inside!! LOVE :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  131. Very cool bag. I would love to try this one too http://cadouri-din-inima.blogspot.co.nz/2012/11/chantal-bag-pattern.html

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  132. I would love to make a hobo bag (maybe one from here: http://www.sewingsupport.com/sewing-how-to/free-patterns-and-projects/bags/hobo-bags.html). I'm a new follower via Bloglovin and GFC.

    Thanks for the chance!
    Melissa
    mjp_0419 at yahoo dot com

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  133. I LOVE that bag! You have no idea how much I love Nordika and I love that bag style!!! I'd love to make THAT bag. I want Big City Bags book! Sara makes the cutest bags in the world. ksmith8@emich.edu. Fingers and toes crossed!

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  134. I love the pleated beauty from bend the rules sewing by Amy Karol. I follow on bloglovin
    Julie
    Intrepidtwins at gmail

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  135. I follow now with bloglovn'. I enjoyed your blog and the bag is fabulous. A bag I have been wanting to make is the Kennedy Bag - from Sew Sweetness' blog and its also a free tutorial one on Sew Mama Sew!! thanks!

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  136. Following you via google+ and I'd love to make this bag:
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/derek-bag

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  137. i added you to my feedly! i just made a kennedy bag and really enjoyed it!

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  138. I follow you on bloglovin. I want to make this bag: http://madebyrae.blogspot.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html

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  139. I'm a new BL follower... I love your bag! I have been admiring the Lombard bags and would like to try one.

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  140. I am a new follower on BL and on Pinterest, your bag is gorgeous.

    My current favourite bag pattern is "The Pockets Tote" by Cotton Ginnys

    Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway

    sharoneujones@gmail,com

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  141. The Kennedy Bag from Sew Sweetness. Thanks!

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  142. Kennedy bag from sew sweetness would e a great one... I would that my sewing skills extended that far. I follow via bloglovin.

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  143. Fantastic bag. I just make up simple things as I go along. I should get better at following patterns.
    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  144. new follower! I love that bag. I am useless on the bag patterns. I have only made one and it was a WHILE back so I don't remember what it was even called.

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  145. I love all of Anna's bag patterns over at Noodlehead. THanks!
    Sarah

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  146. I follow via bloglovin

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  147. My favourite bag pattern right now is the super tote from Noodlehead. I also tested the Commissionaire from Schnitzel and Boo - LOVE that bag as well!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  148. Im following you...I don't usually follow bag patterns I usually just find one I like and then try to copy it on my own. I always end up with a cute version :D

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  149. I am now following you on bloglovin. I enjoyed making the sidekick bag from noodlehead

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  150. I follow on Bloglovin'. I have lots of Michelle's patterns bags. They are so easy to follow and you can use pieces from one pattern for another so you can customize your bag.

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  151. I follow you on bloglovin. I want to make the Odyssey bag by Studio Kat Designs. Your bag looks great, I love the fabric. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  152. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    I am a new sewer so I am yet to try a bag. Yours is lovely though so I am feeling inspired.

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  153. I'm hoping to try a zippered pouch soon.

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  154. I'm going to make this super cute purse this year! http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/sewing/accessory/california-sunshine-bag/70914

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  155. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com
    I'm in the mood for a back pack!

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  156. Your bag is AMAZING! Wow!

    I've been wanting to make Sew Sweetness' Aeroplane bag for a while... http://www.sewsweetness.com/2013/03/aeroplane-bags.html

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  157. What a fabulous bag! Beautifully made, and such a pretty colour combo. I have some pairs of unloved jeans that I plan to upcycle. I have seen some inspiration in one of the other blogs I have visited today.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  158. I don't use Bloglovin, but I do follow you on Feedly. I have never made a bag, but I plan on recycling an old pair of jeans once I make my goal weight in WeightWatchers! :-) (Yep, saved the largest pair!)

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  159. Bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender. I've made one bag and it was a simple tote.

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  160. This bag is lovely! I have never made any bags but Noodlehead always has awesome patterns I want to try. I don't follow on Bloglovin but I do on Feedly.

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