Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Giveaway

As I told you before I was lucky to be asked to choose some items from the wonderful people at Indygo Junction for me and also a copy each for my readers.

The Book is just lovely and I would love to make some of the cushions as well as the Family Tree wall hanging or maybe even the lovely Christmas one.



The Dachshund soft toy will be made three times as I now have three little grand daughters and I am sure they will all love one.



The little pouches make great gifts as well as the journal cover, hopefully I get some done before Christmas as stocking fillers.




I am going to draw 4 names on the 25th December, all you have to do is check out Indygo Junctions website and name another Book or Pattern they have for sale.
Leave a comment on this post and make sure I can contact you.

Have fun checking out their site, I sure did.

cheers
Christine

55 comments:

Laura Strating-Janssens said...

After surprisingday in The Netherlands
I hope the first Pattern will be in my hands...

Love, Laura

Jessica said...

I had heard of Indygo Junction before but wow! I didn't realise they did soooo may great patterns, the bags and aprons and pj's are all great. Especially the InStyle Suitcase bag and the Streetcar bag!

Jane S. said...

They've got so many clothing and bag patterns! I am loving the Classic Vest...might have to make that one for myself here, SOON.

Thank you for the giveaway! :)

Vickie said...

oh that Dachsund is way cute, they have many lovely patterns I do like the Petitfore Pincushionspattern,cheers Vikie

Dorothy said...

I love the Alice in wonderland series and Kimmie's quilt 's pattern of the Petite Purse. I like the patterns you got.

Christine said...

My flower bed book looks like fun...so many great patterns!

Jamie Lee said...

I have used one of their patterns before and it was great! I adore the urban prairie dress and it is on my Christmas list!

gill said...

I love the Day to Night dress!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

Deidre said...

I love the yo-yo puppy and I have some of the little bag patterns. Might have to invest in the Blanket Buddies pattern for the new baby next year.

Becky said...

Love Indygo Junction!! Thak you for directing me to the site! Holiday Charm!! Year round projects from Valentine's Day to Christmas!! what more could you ask for in ONE book?? Thanks for the giveaway contest. Happy Holidays to you and yours from NY!

Jean MN said...

I love the different clothing patterns that they have, but am such a bag lady that I need to mention the bag patterns that they have. They Rock when it comes to bag patterns! One of my fav's is the Hobo pattern, and the suitcase pattern, and the... You get the idea that I love bags?

Karen said...

"My Folk Art Best". I am a Cheri fan!

Rita E in AZ said...

I would not want to have to choose between the suitcase bag and the cute Yo-Yo Monkey - I may need both of those patterns on my wish list next year.

Chermoose said...

It is hard to choose as I love my grommet bag but I would have to say the Klassic Kimono.

Yvonne said...

This is going to be exiting on Christmas day! What a lovely patterns! I have never heard of Indigo Junction but I am a fan already after checking their website. I love, love, love the pattern of "By wisdom a house was built".

Christine M said...

There of lots of lovely books and patterns. I'd love to get the Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion & Fun. Thanks for the great giveaway.

rebecca said...

I love Eloise and Elmore. Such cute elephants. The quilted bags are great, too

CraftyRaffle said...

Bagatelle looks adorable!

Rosa said...

There are many bag patterns to choose.I love carpet bag, in style suitcase...They have many beautiful patterns.

Thanks for ther chance.

shez said...

what wonderful array of books the vintage book looks very interesting,thankyou for a chance in this lovely giveaway.

Wonky Girl said...

Bags always catch my eye and I like the Pieced Trio. It's nice they offer to let you see the back of pattern for the line drawing and info on needed notions and fabric requirements.
This is a great give-away, thank you for doing :)

linny said...

Great giveaway. I've loved Indigo Junction patterns for quite a while now, & have quite a few already. I especially like Christmas Spirit in the country.
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karen said...

Thanks for the heads up on Indygo Junction Christine. The book looks definetly worth it and the pouch patterns would be great gifts for my girls and their friends.

Catskill Quilter said...

The book, Vintage Notions, looks fabulous -- with its combo of projects and essays and recipes.

Millie S said...

Love the Petal Blossom Bag pattern! And of course the Vintage Notions Book!

Unknown said...

I Love the Petal Blossom bag Pattern!! And of course the vintage Notions Book! :)

Monaquilts said...

I would love all of those patterns, and I just purchased the clothesline carry all. Haven't made it yet, but the yo-yo santa pattern would make a great gift for a new baby!

Tammy said...

I love Indygo Junction! I like the set of Christmas Spirit in the Country. Thanks so much for the giveaway! Love your blog!

Ned's Place said...

Great range of patterns for everyone. I liked the Yo-Yo Christmas Elf – IJ901.

Merry Christmas

Louise said...

Love IJ844 - Recycled Sisters.
Thanks so much for the giveaway.
Hugs, Louise

Beate said...

In-Style Suitcase bag looks great- I've made the Tunic pattern and love it.

Sharmayne said...

Can't believe how many wonderful patterns and such are over at Indygo Junction! I especially love the "petitefore pincushions" and "Everyday Dishtowels". Thanks for the giveaway and for showing me a great place for patterns.

JoyceLM said...

Redwork Revival looks like an interesting book. Thanks for the chance to win.

chris said...

Oh dear - another one to loook at - time just flies by when one is on the computer - loved Gypsy Hobo pattern - Merry Christmas, Chris!

MONA said...

I would love to try my hand at making a "Zipper Critter"!
Have made Indygo's yo yo monkey; easy patterns! Thanks for the chance of a give-away and Happy Holidays!

MONA

Lorraine said...

My Country Week by Cherie Saffiote Payne is another great book on the Indygo Junction site.

Nanbon44 said...

streetcar badge... I also love the dachshund..

circle retreat quilter said...

Christine did your little wallet Arrive? I posted it ages ago? Stacey

Kathleen at Rose Prairie said...

I love their patterns and I have a few already but I do not have any of these. Thank you for the chance.
Merry Christmas

Norma's Place said...

I have been to the website before, I wouild love to get the Bag Boutique book. Actually, so many books, so little time!

Leah said...

Such great patterns! Thanks

Constance said...

The Vintage Notions Book caught my eye, So many others were great also. What a fun prize for Christmas! Thanks, I enjoy your blog and the many posts of your fans Constance of Utah

Anita SS said...

I love the Yo-Yo Dauchsands. I already own the Yo-Yo Monkey pattern. And someday real soon, I will have the Miniature Menagerie and the Yo-Yo Elephant pattern to add to my pattern collection.

Lisa C. in GA said...

I really like "the sew it book"! Thanks!!

Val said...

I love the One Upon a Time ... In the Country quilt pattern. I love applique but dabble in a bit of this and that.

Kathy MacKie said...

The Rustic Winter book looks very interesting, thanks for the giveaway.

Kellieann said...

I love indygo junction.I love the dashound. My Garden Zips looks way cool. Hearth adn Home Holidays is also cute.

Dawn said...

I really like the Whirlygig quilt pattern.

Merry Christmas!

Priscilla said...

I really like the Hearth and Home Holidays - its little felt Christmas ornaments - of course you wouldn't have time to make them for this year - but they would be lovely to work on over 2012 for next Christmas.

Merry Christmas!

KOcanQuilt said...

Love the Homekeeping book. That would be fun to make for a friend. Thank you for the chance to win.

Quilter in The Gap aka Rhonda said...

I have never used one of their patterns but would love a chance. thanks for a great giveaway

Crafty Pleasures said...

Just found your blog. will be following your adventures.
Visited the Giveaway site and found
the Yo Yo Pin Cushion Pattern

Crafty Pleasures said...

Found your blog, so a new visitor.
Checked out the giveaway patterns and love the Yo Yo Elf and Pin Cushion.

Merry Christmas
Annette

Cheryl said...

My favorite Indygo Junction item is the Hi-Tech Tote pattern for just $8.99. Such an attractive option for carrying my laptop around.

Carla G said...

I didn't know they had so many great patterns. I really like the Building Block Bags. Thanks for a chance to win this great giveaway! :)