4 November 2013

Gingercake Pattern Giveaway! + Sew and Quilt Fabric Discount

I'm so excited to share a super fun giveaway from the lovely Virginia of Gingercake today! She emailed me a while back asking if I would be interested in sewing one of her cute PDF sewing patterns as part of a holiday gift sew-a-long. After a browse around the Gingercake shop, I knew I had to make the Modern Folksy Bunny! My dear friend has just had her first baby, so I knew immediately this would be the perfect gift for the new mum.



My first bunny was the yellow one, I loved making it so much I whipped up the blue and red one straight after! Normally once I finish a project I'm straight onto the next, so it's quite unusual I would make the same thing again. But really, this sweet little bunny was a pleasure to stitch. I also had to use both of my Aunt Grace bunny fabrics from Sew and Quilt, they are the perfect match :) You can make him in just a few hours, so it's a fun little evening project. Each measures 11" tall, plus ears! So they are fat quarter friendly, you can fit the body and outside ears in a single fat quarter.



To Win

Just leave a comment on this post telling me which is your favourite Gingercake pattern
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For additional entries, please share this post on social media sites (separate comment for each)
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[Competition will close Midnight GMT 08/11/13]



So, in the spirit of gift giving; not only is Gingercake is offering one lucky reader a Folksy Bunny PDF sewing pattern, I will be offering everyone 20% discount on the delightful Aunt Grace bunny fabrics used to make the soft toy! There's no excuse to not get making!



To receive 20% on selected Aunt Grace fabrics use the following code at checkout; BUNNY
[Promotional discount is valid until Midnight GMT 11/11/13]

53 comments:

  1. The Art Caddy Tote looks so useful, definitely need at least one of those!!

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  2. My favorite is the bunny pattern--I have a new baby girl and I can't wait to make toys for her! These are adorable.

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  3. What a lovely giveaway and what beautiful patterns. My favourite is the very sweet penguin, how lovely!!! Thanks for the chance of winning this fab pattern. xoxo

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  4. Your friend will love this bunny for sure, it's so adorable! The fabrics you picked up are just perfect for it! My favourite pattern from the Gingercake shop is the "Love your Lunch Bag" pdf as I need a new Lunch Bag. The Penguin is also very sweet and I would love to make one of those! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I love the bunny...but the penguin is SO cute, too! Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful pattern.

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  6. Your bunnies are adorable! I can't go past that crazy cute penguin pillow!

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  7. Your bunnies are adorable! I can't go past that crazy cute penguin pillow!

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  8. It's got to be the Kate Bird pillow!

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  9. The Elephant I think, but they are all great.

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  10. my favourite is really the bunny! Thanks! kisses from portugal, sara www.infanta.tictail.com

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  11. I love the bunny ... they are so adorable ; I can tell that you are spoiled us with the fabric that you use to making the bunnies ... ooooh...what a perfect pair

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  12. I can't decide between Lola, Lucky, or the Getaway Duffle bag. There really is a fabulous choice. The bunnies are super cute, thanks for a fun giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  13. I love your bunnies and the fabric you used, just adorable. It's hard to pick a favourite Gingercake pattern as they're all lovely but I'm a bag lady so I'd choose the Getawat Duffle.

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  14. The bunnies! Next, the waste free lunch bag. Wonderful patterns!

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  15. These are adorable! I like the bunny and the annie's penguin is very cute too!

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  16. I adore bunnies so the bunny pattern is definitely my fav! :)

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  17. What a fabulous fresh looking page, love the materials, totally inspiring. What shall I make next? Hhhmmm?

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  18. I definitely love the bunny pattern best, but I would also love to make the Waste Free Lunch Bag. Great Projects

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  19. I love the bunny and the penquin!

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  20. the Hobo lunch snack bag and the bunnies, can't really make my mind up

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  21. Com certeza;:
    o coelho...

    abraços de Maria Filomena

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  22. I love the bunny pattern. It would be great to make for the little ones.

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  23. It may sound like I lack imagination and the love your lunch bag is cute but folksy bunny is cutest

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  24. I love owls, so Max the Owl or The Lola Owl. They are both lovely.

    Greetings

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  25. I love the bunny. It reminds me of one my mother made me over 50 years ago.

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  26. The bunny is so cute!! Love all the stuffed animals, but I think the 3 layered clutch would be really useful. - Might be able to make a purse the OHs mum would use!

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  27. Also tweeted and re-tweeted about giveaway

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  28. So many great patterns- Max the owl or Lucky the elephant would be my favourites! Thanks for the giveaway Jess! Your bunnies are very cute!

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  29. Love your rabbits and the fabric you have used to make them....I love my rabbits so would love to make them, lots of rabbits all over the house...

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  30. I love the Waste Free Lunch Bag of Gingercakes! This bunny is very sweet and even sweeter in your fabric! thank you!

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  31. You've sold me on the folksy bunny, although I am a little smitten with the penguin ;)

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  32. I would love to make that cute bunny! I've also had my eye on her penguin pattern, as well as that adorably perfect duffel. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  33. I have the penguin pattern but haven't made it yet --- I've made half a dozen Max the Owls - they make a great gift! Your bunnies are adorable --- was the tail easy to make? I've never done pompoms before - I wondered if my bunny would end up with a mutant tail, lol.

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  34. The bunny is so adorable, although I'm quite partial to an owl cushion. I have bookmarked so many owl patterns on Pinterest, lol!

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  35. I love the bunny, but I'd love to make the penguin for my daughter. She really loves penguins :)

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  36. Love the bunny! But my favorite is the owl pillow-----my daughter is all about the owls!

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  37. The Love your Lunchbox. Perfect size for Miss 7 and Miss 5, given as birthday gifts. Miss 7 even helped make one for her teacher!

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  38. My favorite would be Katie Bird Pillow!

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  39. Lucky the Elephant is my favorite, in honor of my daughter who loves elephants.

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  40. Oh I love the bunny, it is so cute, but I love the duffel bag too, and the owl, and the bird!how do you choose just one! Seriously it is too hard, but I do love the bunny it seems very old world and lovely

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  41. The owl is my favorite!

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  42. The lunch box patterns are my favorite so far. I haven't tried the bunny yet, but would love to.

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  43. My favourite is the bunny because my granddaughter loves bunnies. Thank you for the chance.

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  44. Your bunnies are adorable! I have the Lola the owl pattern and have made a couple of Lola bags. So easy and cute!

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  45. I already have the Gingercake Art Caddy pattern, and from there I am absolutely torn between the penguin, the elephant, and the bunny. I love all three of them!!

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  46. So hard to choose which one ... hmmm ... maybe the crayon wallet! I have used a few of Virginia's patterns and love them! The instructions are very clear with lots of illustrations ... you can't go wrong!
    I would love to win this pattern :-)

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  47. My favourite is the bunny pattern- it is so cute!

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  48. I love the art caddy tote pattern. I think it would be so fun and the little ones could stay organized

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  49. I really love this so much. This idea is perfect for gift giving this holiday season. I'm eager to try this design and I would absolutely try making other designs, too. This post inspires me to do more sewing crafts for the holiday season. Thanks for sharing all these brilliant ideas.

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Thank you so much for your thoughtful comments.
I love reading each and every one. I try and respond to questions in the comments so other readers can see as well. Best wishes, Jessie