Blog Hop Party Giveaway!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

Hoo-boy, I cannot resist a giveaway! And a Blog Hop Party? This just keeps getting more fun!

Welcome Sewooked friends, old and new…I have some fabulous things to share with you today!

First, in honor of the Blog Hop Party and inpsired by my recent finished UFO, a free pattern just for you:

Holiday House
click for the pattern >>>>    Holiday House    <<<< click for the pattern
a free paper pieced pattern by Jennifer Ofenstein
5″ or 8″ ( 5 1/2 or 8 1/2″ unfinished)

Now, how about the “Giveaway” part of this party?

Tree Trimming

Comment* on this post and be entered to win a most wonderful winter prize, this fantastic grab bag of reproduction fabrics plus a hard copy version of my best-selling pattern, Tree Trimming!

Winner to be announced Saturday, December 17, 2011!

*Please make sure to include contact information with your comment. Anonymous comments and those without contact information cannot be included in the drawing.

*** Coupon Alert ***

In honor of the Blog Hop Party, get 20% off  your entire purchase of PDF instant download patterns from my Shop with coupon code BLOGHOP! Offer good through December 17, 2011.

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213 thoughts on “Blog Hop Party Giveaway!

  1. Bill Young

    At my house, your UFO’s are called “PIGS.” That’s Project in Grocery Sacks. How can I be expected to finish them when you keep coming up with such incredibly neat patterns? I really like the wintry house pattern; that one is going to have to take precedence over all of the other “stuff” I’ve got in the works. Thanks so very much for sharing your talents!

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    1. ofenjen Post author

      Bill, you gave me my laugh for the day! I love PIGS, what a great name!

      You do know how to boost my self-esteem. If I can keep you in projects, then I will consider my job well done! Thanks for being such a great supporter. :)

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  2. Carol

    Wow…I love thirties reproductions fabrics! They remind me of all the quilts my maternal grandmother and her sisters pieced and quilted by hand. Plus, I would be thrilled to have a hard copy of the Tree Trimming pattern. It is on my list of projects to try. Thanks for offering this opportunity!

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    1. ofenjen Post author

      I love reproduction fabrics, too! I have been fortunate enough to work on several quilt tops my grandmother had. They’re the real deal and I absolutely love them!

      Thanks for stopping by today. :)

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  3. Jeanann

    I can imagine this pattern being sewed in gradations of batiks, in addition to the 30s repros. It is a beautiful design.

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    1. ofenjen Post author

      I have seen it in batiks, it was lovely! I taught this pattern as a class for about a year and almost all of the fabric choices were unique and all were equally wonderful!

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  4. Roubaix

    Tree trimmings is so sweet in the 30’s repro’s. Like the “snow” on your blog (much more than the real stuff).
    Is there any order to the Blog Hop Party? How will we ever get anything done with over 200 to visit??

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  5. Sharon K. Lozano

    Oh, how I love this giveaway!!!! Repo fabric is my favorite! Your darling pattern is an extra bonus. I have learned a lot from your blog…keep it going. I’ve got my fingers crossed for this one! Sharon

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  6. Carolyn

    Love your pattern and the fabrics are yummy! Thank you for the paper piecing house pattern. LOVE LOVE to paper piece! Thanks for the chance. :0)

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  7. auntypsycho

    Oooooooooooooo .. new free Xmassy pattern … I must do a ttmt and show off what I did with Sweet Sue

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  8. Sarah Stevens

    What a great collection of repros! So many of the quilts from my grandmothers had the real thing in them; it is neat when I find copies of the originals. The pattern is neat too – no wonder it is a top seller. Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  9. KatieQ

    Thank you for the sharing the pattern for the lovely block. It would be a nice addition to a holiday quilt. This is the first time I have entered my blog in a Blog Hop. It’s been fun visiting other blogs and having people leave comments on mine. I enjoy receiving your blog updates in my email.

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  10. Lotte

    Lovely pattern and fabric – I would like to win that! I love reading your posts and checks it out every day, but the other day I thought I was ill or loosing my eyesight: the letters were unclear and flicking…. that was untill I looked at a photo and found out that it was snow. As if I had not notised that christmas was near :-) Thank you for writing this blog!

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  11. Sandra Timmons

    Thank you for the cute pattern. It will surely make a cute quilt. Your giveway is one to die for. A chance to win the Tree Trimmning and a grab bag of repro fabrics. Yes, this is a Santa Claus. I look forward to your blog, every day and I, too, enjoyed the photo with the snow . Very cute and clever of you. I hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday.

    Sandi T,
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  12. MissesStitches

    What a beautiful pattern! And thanks for the holiday house pattern, too. I’m going to love making it. (PS. I’ll love making the Tree Trimming pattern, too, if you choose me. Hint Hint)

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  13. Robbie Meadows

    I love that pattern! I may have to buy it if I don’t win it! I will be back here for sure! I’m a beginner and am in need of patterns for future quilts. I have only made 2 so far and they are both the same pattern. lol

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  14. Michelle Olsen

    I’ve only recently started quilting, but I already know that I love reproduction fabrics. The pretty florals & cute kids/animals/etc are awesome. I love anything vintage, so these fabrics are perfect for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. Sandra :)

    Thank you for the Holiday House pattern – it would make the great centre block for a Christmas log cabin tote bag! Pattern is downloaded, and Christmas 2012 planning has now commenced :D

    Your Tree Trimming pattern and repro fabrics are very lovely as well – my fingers are crossed!

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  16. MONA

    I’m a collector of repros and the ones you’ve shown are fabulous. Thanks for sharing the house block and using the repros would be m..a..r..v..e..l..o..u…s! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  17. Lee

    those fabrics are delightful and could be used in my GFG quilt! I need a great winter quilt pattern and this one would be great.

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  18. Conny

    Lovely give away you have here, thanks for the opportunity! I am participant in this give away too, so you might visit my blog too. Kind greetings from the Netherlands.

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  19. Clare

    What gorgeous fabric and I love the house block. Right up my street LOL!

    I also like the geese round the Christmas tree. Lovely pattern.

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  20. Katy (LethargicLass)

    the wall hanging pattern looks fab! I can see why it is a best seller :)

    caitlindevlin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. Samantha Rudzinski

    Love the fabric! And the pattern will make a great project for me to get ahead of the game for Christmas 2012.

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  22. Ella

    I would definitely make something for my mom with those fabrics. In my house, the knitting UFOs live in “the Bin of Shame.” It um expanded beyond the “drawer of shame.”

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  23. Mhairi

    What a lovely giveaway. The fabrics are wonderful and the pattern is just lovely. I would like to be able to make this.

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  24. Carolyn

    I made your Sweet Sue pattern from the Celebrate Christmas QAL and made mug rugs with my finished blocks. Sweet Sue was a favorite amongst the ladies that I gifted the rugs too! I love 30’s fabrics, thanks for the chance to win.

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  25. Pat

    Thanks for the cute free pattern – they make great Christmas cards! Thanks for the lovely giveaway too – Happy Holidays!

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  26. Kate

    Thank you for the free pattern …. I’m not very good at paper piecing but this pattern has me wanting to keep trying. Your giveaway is just swell – thanks for the chance.

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  27. Cathy Byrd

    Oh YEAH! I LOVE reproduction fabrics. 30’s are SO neat! So much fun to look at. Hope I can win.
    Love the Tree pattern too. I can see what it is your most popular pattern.
    thank you for the chance to win.
    Cathy Byrd
    byrd@gulftel.com

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  28. Liz

    What a lovely site! Thanks for offering the chance for a fabulous giveaway. I love the bo-Peep repro fabric, and I’d love to try it in the tree trimmings pattern. Hey, it’s snowing on your page* ‘ *

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  29. SewLindaAnn

    Sweet! Love the snow falling in the picture, it’s mesmerizing. (or I’ve been blog hopping for way to long:)

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  30. Sally

    Don’t know how you do it–all these wonderful patterns (especially all the Sue ones)–do love Tree trimming as well!

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  31. g

    Oh, WOW, this is the perfect prize!! I LOVE reproduction 1930’s fabrics!!! And, that Christmas pattern is absolutely adorable!! Thank you for the chance to win! :-)

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  32. Sarita

    The fabric and the pattern are both beautiful – what a great cold-rainy-blustery-January project. :)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  33. Jane S.

    What a cute tree! I bet it would look smashing done in those repro prints. Thank you so much for the chance to win. :)

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  34. Kess

    The fabrics are really nice, and I love the pattern. Looks like it would be perfect for an advent calendar, which has been on my to-do list for a while. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kessilari (at) gmail (dot)com

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  35. Susan

    First of all thanks so much for the paper pieced house…also for the chance to win the grand prize! Love those fabrics!

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  36. Cathy T.

    It’s funny when I see 30’s prints, I think of my grandma who considered those the latest designs in her prime of life! We had quite a few quilts with these shades of prints; very homey.
    Nice pattern, I love flying geese. Thanks for this chance & your generosity.

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  37. NancyM

    I’m new to quilting and need to build a stash. These repro prints would be a great addition. And I love that pattern.

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  38. Judith

    Thank you for the lovely pattern and for joining the giveaways.

    I love the 30’s fabrics. I can never get enough of them for my scrappy quilts.
    I like the tree pattern with the geese. great combo.

    Have a wonderful Christmas.

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  39. Donna Joy

    Oh that is some gorgeous fabric and pattern. Sure want to make that.
    Thanks for the free pattern, looks like a good mug rug pattern.

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  40. Terri

    What a delicious giveaway of goodies!
    Thanks so much for this opportunity to win this giveaway of goodies and have a wonderful weekend!

    -Terri

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  41. Carbonated Creations

    Thank you for hosting such a fabulous giveaway. I’ve been looking for an adorable tree quilted wall hanging to do because I don’t have room for an actual Christmas tree – so yours fits the bill. Your Classic Film pattern is superb! I’ve never seen anything like it. Definitely now on my to-do list.

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  42. Katina

    Love the little Christmas mugrug pattern. I have several friends that will like that.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Katina
    kjkoukla(athotmail…

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  43. Cindy F

    Those repro fabrics would be fantastic! I’ve been replicating some of my grandmother’s quilts and they would go so nicely. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  44. Helen

    What gorgeous fabric! Love that cute pattern too. Ready to get going on a new Christmas project and this is perfect for a gift! Thank you for the chance to win! Helen

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  45. Mary

    Thank you for the inspiration I needed for my Charity Quilters Group. Each child in the Hospital on Christmas morning is given a gift of a quilt to keep as their own. Your lovely block will be so pretty with it’s colorful Christmas Tree and House. It will bring so much joy to a sick child. I appreciate all your generous help. Now I better get started sewing——the Holidays will be here in a flash.

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    1. Jennifer Ofenstein Post author

      I myself have been making blankets (quilts & afghans) for a children’s charity for many years, and it warms my heart to know what use you’ll be putting my design to. ;)

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  46. Nancy

    Just ‘found’ your site and I like what I see. I’m new to quilting. Love the house block and the fabrics.

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  47. Carolyn A Schmitt

    I haven’t done too much paper piecing, however I’m willing to try more. THANKS for the free pattern. The house looks pretty easy for a beginner. I would love to win the tree pattern and fabrics.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
    Carolyn

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  48. Sherri

    I love your UFO block. I’m now off to the sewing room to make a couple of pot holders using that block!! Also, reproduction fabrics are another favorite. I have a small collection that I’m trying to build up into enough for a quilt.

    Reply

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