12/09/2015

Brand new Pattern! Bunting Mini Quilt with a giveaway







Thank you Sew Mama Sew for hosting give away day! I ALWAYS meet the coolest people during these shindigs. I just love it, and giving is my favorite.








New PDF pattern in the shop on Etsy today! For only $5 I show you how to make a fun and festive mini quilt with the super cute bunting flags. These are my fave, it's one reason I loved living in England so much, bunting is everywhere! (LOL)

My pattern has 12 pages of color photos with step by step instructions to guide you through the process, like my other patterns in the shop. This mini can be made in a few hours depending on how many chocolate breaks you take.

I'm giving away a copy to the pattern today in conjunction with the Sew Mama Sew giveaway day PLUS giving away another pattern-my best selling essential oils case PDF. Get psyched. :D












Just comment here to be eligible for these patterns.

Winner will be notified Tuesday Dec 15 and emailed with PDF links.











Did you know the term "bunting" comes from The Royal Navy's use of signaling flags starting at the turn of the 17th century? "Bunting" means a collection of flags. The officer responsible for raising signals using flags is known as "bunts", a term still used for a ship's communications officer.

Today they are used as festive decorations throughout the world, and can be made form any material- fabric, plastic, wool, wood, even metal. 
















The second pattern giveaway is for the Essential Oils Travel Case PDF pattern.
This case can hold 12 roller ball oils or six 15 ml standard bottles.  It's cushy and protects your oils when stashed in your purse or bag. It's one of my best selling patterns on Etsy .
GIVEAWAY CLOSED


















These make great gifts for the health and wellness person in your life.





Interested in the healing benefits of Essential Oils? 
I'm collaborating with my guru Stacia and writing a downloadable mini book on the subject with lots of information on how you can improve your life with oils, including staying healthy and curing chronic health issues like psoriasis. The mini book includes instructions for making all natural bath bombs, sewing up hair bands spritzed with a blend of oils water, making a fabric box to store your essentials in, and much more. Stay in contact here  or sign up for my newsletter so you'll know when we publish.   ;)









Have a great week everyone! Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate YOU!!



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GIVEAWAY CLOSED! :D :D :D THANKS for the LOVE!




Jen you are the winner of the pattern bundle! Hooray!!






94 comments:

  1. Especially like the essential oil bag! Great idea.

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  2. I live in England and I love bunting! Sorry to make that sound like a bunting anonymous meeting :) Your mini quilt is great. I didn't realise that essential oils had medicinal properties. I'm going to have to look into it. I also love that positive energy is rainbow coloured -that makes perfect sense.

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    1. "...bunting anonymous meeting" LOL! :D Love it! Thanks for popping over Mokki.

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  3. I LOVE the essential oil pouch! Mine are in a not quite working for me zippered pouch, looosely rolling around. These little pockets are perfect!

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  4. What a fun giveaway. I have a friend who is always looking for a better way to carry her oils with her and this would make a perfect gift for her :) Thanks for the chance!

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    1. Thanks for popping over Ariel. Whomp there it is!

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  5. Great giveaway & really fun patterns!

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    1. Jen you are the random winner! Email me your info at hungryhippie@ live(dot)com

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  6. Great Idea for the essential oils pouch. I need to make several of those! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. That IS a brilliant idea, the EO pouch! I would love to make one for my sister and myself, so we can transport without worry!! The bunting quilt is adorable too...many possibilities with that one! (amy.waskojr@outlook.com)

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    1. Thank YOU Katy!!! My kiddo wants to know if you're Katy "Perry"? LOLOLOL

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  9. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. Great patterns! Thanks for your generosity!

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  11. What a sweet mini quilt! Bunting is a favorite year round!

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    1. I agree Jayne, can't go wrong with bunting!

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  12. What a great giveaway! Both those patterns would be fun to make.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

    P.S. I love the Positive Energy embroidery at the bottom of your post.

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  13. Love learning about the bunting. I thought it was a wrapping you wrapped babies in! I'm a big mini fan so my fingers are crossed

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  14. I love the bag pattern. I just purchased some therma-flex interfacing to use in pouches. I wonder if this will work?!

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  15. such a fun mini! i have the perfect person to gift the oil case too if i win.

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  16. My daughter is getting into essential oils so this pattern would make a great gift, and the bunting pattern is adorable. Thank you for sharing with us!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  17. I really need to make a few EO carry bags, I'm so happy you have a pattern

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    1. I love your name Java Diva! LOL Weeeeeeeeeee xo

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  18. I had no idea that an essential oils case was a thing but now I seriously need one! All my bottles just clang together in a regular bag since I couldn't bring myself to spring for a fancy box. Love your pattern!

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  19. I can see why the essential oil case is so popular I would love one myself.

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  20. Your bunting mini is adorable! And the essential oils case would make a great gift! Thanks for the chance :)

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    1. Thanks lady, it would make a great gift indeed. XOXO

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  21. Your patterns are very nice. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  22. just used up the last of my essential oils making bath scrubs and bath bombs!

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  23. My sew-buddy has been looking for just the right essential oils pouch and yours would be perfect to make and send to her.

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  24. Super cute! Love it all and that hoop is perfection ❤️

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  25. Great patterns. I, too, am an essential oil convert. I love what they can do! I'd love to make the travel bag =)

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  26. Thanks for a fabulous gveaway!

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  27. Cute patterns but I think the Essential Oil Bag is my favorite.

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  28. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. Genius! I never would have thought of making a purpose-designed EO pouch. No more clink, clink, clink.

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  30. Love this pattern! Thanks for the chance.

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  31. Love the bunting mini quilt. What fun!

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  32. Fun stuff. I could certainly have fun with these patterns.

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  33. I love the bunting quilt and *blinks* I had no idea I needed an essential oil pouch but holy cow yes, I need that.

    Wonderful giveaway!

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  34. I love the bunding quilt. I can picture making variations of it for special occasions, adding letters and words and adjusting the width of the quilt appropriately. And I've been wondering what to do with all of the vintage cotton rickrack that I've collected over the years. I don't use essential oils (maybe I should) but I need something similar to keep track of my medications when I travel.

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  35. Great giveaways! Hope to win!
    rose(dot)minn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. Fun giveaway! I especially love the bunting quilt :)

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  37. Thanks for that little tidbit of bunting history! Love your quilt and the EO travel case. Thanks for entering me into your giveaway.

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  38. your bunting quilt is so festive looking. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  39. The bunting quilt is so cute.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    :)

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  40. The quilt is adorable, and I've had your EO travel case on my "to sew" list for quite a while!

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  41. The quilt is so sweet! I started making infused oils not long ago and I think my small bottles would look amazing on that case ;-)

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  42. Thanks for the cute giveaways.

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  43. love the bunting great giveaway

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  44. Bunting would be cute in a baby room. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  45. oils sound great! Cute pattern. Leeanna at leeannaquilts at gmail dot com

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  46. I NEED the essential oils case!! Pretty please. knitfrenzy at gmail dot com

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  47. yeah, the essential oils case is brilliant indeed. seramiabelle (at) gmail (dot) com

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  48. I didn't know the backstory on bunting. Interesting! The essential oil case is a clever idea.

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  49. I have been wanting to try essential oils! daniel(dot)stephannie1997(at)gmail(dot)com

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  50. Cute patterns. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  51. I have too many bottles of EO! That stash bag looks perfect! Thanks bunches!

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  52. Thanks for the chance to win. I just ordered up my first essential oils yesterday.

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  53. Thank you for the giveaway! I'd love the pattern for EO. Merry Christmas!

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  54. The bunting quilt is amazing. What a cute way to showcase nice fabric !

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  55. The bunting quilt is so cute. Thanks for the history of the bunting, I didn't know of it. Would love the pouch pattern. Merry Christmas.

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  56. Thanks for sharing about the bunting - I was just talking about it with the kids in my art class but didn't know the history! What a cute pattern and I love the oils bags

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  57. What cute patterns! Thanks for the great giveaway. bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  58. Thanks so much for the chance - love all the modern bright colors !

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  59. Wow that's such a smart idea to have a pouch made just to hold essential oil bottles safely!!!

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  60. That pouch is a wonderful creation! My daughter would love it! Plus bunting is my favorite. It brightens up a space in no time flat. Thanks for the chance!

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  61. I love the essential oil pouch! What a cute idea!

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  62. I would definitely use the EO pouch, and I like love anything bunting.

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  63. Love your patterns!
    ksmith8@emich.edu

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  64. Oh I would love your pattern for the EO pouch - so cute!!

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