Thursday, January 5, 2012

January 2012 Giveaway - Hooterville Quilt Pattern

We Have A Winner!
The winner is Sallie who said "I like it the way you have it. I'd definitely use blue. Thanks for the great giveaway!" Congratulations Sallie! Send me an e-mail and I'll send your Hooterville pattern to you!

Happy January! I meant to post this Giveaway on the 1st......I really did.....but did anyone else have trouble getting back into their normal routine after the holidays??? I'm still just a little bit lost and out of sorts and can't remember what I'm supposed to be doing! But I'll figure it out eventually. Anyway, this month we're giving away a Hooterville Quilt Pattern. It's the most popular pattern we've ever had in the shop! Everyone loves those wide eyes owls!!!
And instead of having the Giveaway run for the whole month it's only going to be open for one week. I guess in the past I always wanted to give people plenty of time to enter.....but then I realized that there weren't many people entering the Giveaways after the first week. So, we'll make this one short and sweet. Just leave a comment to be entered to win. I'd love to hear what colors or fabrics you would want to use in the Hooterville quilt. And if you blog about this giveaway or tweet about it or do a Facebook post about it you can leave additional comments to receive extra chaces to win. I'll pick a winner on Friday, January 13, 2012. Last day to enter is Thursday, January 12, 2012 at midnight.

Good Luck and Happy Sewing,
Jenny

P.S. Be sure to check last months Giveaway to see if you're the big winner.

116 comments:

JustPam said...

I would make this scrappy with lots of pinks and greens.

Sallie said...

I like it the way you have it. I'd definitely use blue. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Pepe said...

Green and brown: the perfect mix for a wood's quilt...

Sallie said...

I blogged about this at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2012/01/hooterville-quilt-pattern-giveaway-at.html

Christine M said...

I'd have fun going through my stash to find just the right fabrics! Thanks for the chance.

Candice @ Made With Love said...

I absolutely love those sweet owls! I think I would use yellow and gray fabrics if I won! :) Thank you for this opportunity!

DebrafromMD said...

I would make it in bright colors similar to the pattern picture. This quilt would be darling for a boy or a girl. Maybe I should tell my daughter it's time for another garndbaby.

Brother Chris said...

I love, love, love this pattern!! My daughter loves owls! She would want pinks and purples for the colors.

Lee Ann said...

to be honest, I think those owls would be cute to use on a quilt with fabric I purchased for a Halloween baby. (the fabric is called Trick or Treat by Riley Blake). She will be two years old this October 31st. :-)

Thank you for a chance to win!

Lee Ann said...

I tweeted! @dlk3265
https://twitter.com/#!/dlk3265/status/155067696512376832

Tiffany said...

Love the owls! Would be cute in pinks and browns

Patchwork and Play said...

This looks like a great pattern for using up all those scraps I have loitering! Thanks for the giveaway1

Jennifer Gail said...

I would try to make it in all calicos. Every color I had.

Jennifer Gail said...

Posting on my blog.

Brita said...

That is just the cutest pattern! And I have a pair of pj bottoms that match perfectly, so I'd have to make the quilt with a violet background and yellow owls, red/white check owls, gray owls, and red owls! Cute, no?

Sharon Pernes said...

I would use lots of bright colors.

Lisa Marie said...

I love that pattern! For a boy I would use aquas and browns and for a girl it would be bright pinks and greens and oranges.

scottylover said...

That pattern is ADORABLE! I think I would make it using polka dots. I have a guild challenge to use pin dot fabric, and these owls would look so cute in dots!

Sandy A

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Maybe purples

Marsha said...

Awesome I would make it for my daughter, she collects owls. I think I would make itout of browns and light blue,

marogez said...

I would use either blue/browns or pink/browns I think it would make an awesome baby quilt.

marogez said...

I shared the link on facebook.

Sinta Renee said...

I would love that pattern! Please let me enter into the giveaway! Happy New Year to you... I think we can ease into it slowly, don't you?

Katie said...

I love this pattern, it's so cute! I would probably make it with blues, greens and browns. Try to keep it nature looking! :)

Tiff Blakey said...

I think I'd make it in primary colors.

Anonymous said...

I would do this quilt in scraps. What a great way to use them up. jillfroelich@yahoo.com

robin said...

Such a cute pattern! I'd choose green, orange, & brown fabrics, with a little yellow.

Joan said...

I would make this for one of my granddaughters, and I would definitely use aquas, reds, and pinks. I love this pattern! I always call my town Hooterville, (it's really Bargersville) so how perfect would this be?
Thanks for the chance to win!

Diane H said...

Not sure what fabric I would use as my niece is expecting and we don't know if it is a boy or girl.
I'd love to make this cute quilt for the new baby. Thanks for a chance.

Chris said...

What a great giveaway, I've just purchased some wonderful fabric to start what is to be my very first quilting experience. Have to stop blogging and go and sew. TFS will Tweet and do whatever else I can to promote for you.

ritainalaska said...

green, of course ... fav color, and scrappy owls from my scrap bag. thanx for the opportunity to win this!

Quiltin' Sandy said...

What a lovely giveaway. I just love owls. Got an owl garden solar light for Xmas, too. :)
I would use pinks/red/green and cream or white.
Thanks for the chance to win. Sandy.

SassyCathy said...

Scrappy for sure - but - maybe in browns and greens with some burgundy and navy blue? Even though it is whimsical - I think it would be cozy in those earthy colors.
I'd really love to have this pattern. My niece has a blog named
Owls in the moss =- so I'd probably have to "hang" some moss in the trees ;)
Cathy Byrd
byrd@gulftel.com

ShirleyC said...

I kind of like the one in the picture. Just enough contrast to make it pop. I do love those owls.

SassyCathy said...

I tweeted your blog. Tweedle deedle dee - tweedly deedly dee! :)
Chirpy Chirpy Chirp -
Peep Peep Cheep
Cathy Byrd
byrd@gulftel.com

And I get this happy just drinking good old southern sweet tea!

ShirleyC said...

Tweeted the giveaway. Thanks.
https://twitter.com/#!/embmimi/status/155121467896504320

SassyCathy said...

I posted your link on my facebook status page.
I'm Cathy Lassitter Byrd on facebook.
Smiles :)
Cathy Byrd
byrd@gulftel.com

Sonia said...

This pattern looks awesome. I think the tropical colors would look good in it. :)

Sonia said...

I am posting your giveaway on my blog.

Lorri said...

I would use this in ruby! I have lots in my stash!

Gwen said...

Love the Hooterville Pattern--- SO cute! I think that I would use fun, bright colors --- pink, yellow, orange, blue, green--- think "Crayola Crayons" -- and give it to my granddaughter! She'd LOVE it! :-)

Gwen said...

I tweeted a tweet about your Hooterville giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

Rain said...

I just love this owl quilt! would love to win! would look great in bright and bold purples and turquoise!!!~~Rain

colbiecheese said...

I LOVE this pattern! Just decorated my 3 year olds room with Owls and her bathroom too! Still need to make her a quilt to match, this would be perfect!

Slovenka said...

I like your color combination. Thanks for the giveaway.

sue niven said...

Count me in please! Thanks! I would make them in the blues and pinks and yellows for new born babies.

sue niven said...

I have blogged about it too!

gill said...

I'd use as many colours as I could find! the more the merrier!

hueisei said...

I will uses, pink, green, blue and yellow..perhaps grey too..
Thanks for the chance!

hueisei said...

Tweeted - https://twitter.com/hueisei/status/155235000135057409

cae said...

I love this pattern!! Natural shade colors such as greens, browns, oranges, crimson and yellows

Kim and Dustin said...

Oooh...this pattern is super cute! What colors??? Well, my new favorite color combinations are shades of yellow and grey. Thank you!

chefpa said...

I'd use bright colors...it's such a fun pattern!

chefpa said...

I'd use bright colors...it's such a fun pattern!

Stacey said...

You are right - I don't know anyone that doesn't LOVE this pattern! I have a niece due in Feb with an owl nursery in pinks and grey with cream... But then I'd make another with my favorites red and aqua :) Thanks SO much for the chance!

Glenda said...

I love the new Pam Kitty fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to be in the drawing.

Anonymous said...

The pattern is perfect for my 4 year old granddaughter, I would use the colors that you have chosen.

Thanks,

MamaDuck said...

So cute. I'd probably go with orange/brown/green as a throwback to growing up in the 70's with lots of owls!

Belinda said...

A baby quilt in one of those new fabrics you just posted!!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I too thing the Pam Kitty Morning line would be perfect for the Hooterville Quilt and I would use mostly the greens.

Nanci T said...

I will make this as a baby quilt- too cute!!

jafar59 said...

I'd make this pattern for the new babies with fabrics to match their nurseries. It is too cute. A great pattern to keep on hand for the new arrivals.

jafar59 said...

I would like to keep this on hand for the baby blankets i like to make for new arrivals. It could be done with fabrics to match each child's nursery.

free indeed said...

My daughter is expecting in April and wants something with purples and teals...that is how I would work up this pattern....just too cute!

c said...

my good friend online is a owl lover, and I would love to win this to give to her, for her to make her own creative wallhanging, quilt, tabletopper or whatever she wants of it. It is so neat-thank you for the opportunity
aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

DeeAnn S said...

Thanks for offering this cute pattern. I'd love to make it with yellows, oranges, greens, and browns fabrics.
sweepster49 at comcast dot net

3girls said...

I like the Blue posey with pink. I think little pink owle would be cute.

Billy'sgirl said...

I think I would chose browns and greens and yellows and orange, and make it a "boyish" quilt. I always tend to make "girly" quilts to donate to our quilt group, who in turn bring them to children in local hospitals. This one would make a terrific quilt for a little guy. Thanks for the idea...

Valerie said...

This would be perfect for my 1 year old! He has lots of owl items. I would use some reds, blues, and browns in this.

Spendlove said...

Have loved this pattern for awhile - just haven't purchased it yet - Thanks for the chance :)

Denny1600 said...

I would use scraps!! What a fun looking pattern.

Marcia W. said...

Green, brown, black, ecru, and a sky blue would look great

Amy said...

I would make it in greens, blues and browns!

907angie said...

I LoVe this pattern!!! The owls are absolutely adorable. I would use teals, browns and a pop of orange. Thanks so much for the chance to win this adorable pattern!

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UptownConnie said...

My daughter has recently decided she loves owls, so this pattern would be great! The colors are perfect for me to start thinking of spring, even though winter hasn't really come up here in Northern California...Connie Hendryx

lesli said...

I would love to be entered in your giveaway! I LOVE owls! :)

I think I'd use either some earthy toned colors...or I might go the route of a bright colorful quilt with some moda fabby.

lesli said...

I've also posted your giveaway on my stitching blog:
http://fabulousfrogger.blogspot.com/

Thanks again!

dianalyn said...

would love to win and you are right the new fabs would be perfect for this pattern! thanks for the chance

dianalyn said...

would love to win and you are right the new fabs would be perfect for this pattern! thanks for the chance

Daphne said...

I would love to see it in the Mochi Yum Yum collection! Thanks for the giveaway.

Ulla said...

Very cute pattern! I would make it in greens, browns and a bit of pink.

Wanda said...

I would definitely use the bright colors.

Wanda said...

I'd definitely use the bright colors like the sample.

Deb said...

I think scrappy with lots of browns and greens ...perfect for the owls!!! What a wonderful pattern. I'd love to be your winner!

beckypb said...

I love the colors in your photo! My neighbor has a new baby boy and I would love to have this pattern to make a quilt for him. Thanks for offering great giveaways!

Bert said...

I would use juvenile fabrics because I'm making (only) CASA donation quilts this year.

Johanne said...

I just love this pattern. In fact I have it on my "Must do someday" list.
My sister is soon getting married and I know they will try to have a baby short after, so this will be baby's first quilt. Colours will depend on it being a boy or a girl, although I love it as in the picture. Could do for both.
Thanks a lot!

Judi said...

I love this pattern - I'd use brown as the main color and brights, especially blues and greens - for our boys!

Nancy said...

Purples and greens!

Nancy said...

Shared on FB
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Nancy said...

Tweeted!
https://twitter.com/#!/goonyburd/status/155847247488229378

Laurie Taylor said...

I love wise old owls! I would use a lot of blues (since I already have material left over from another quilt) and add some beiges, browns and a bit of red and yellow.

chrissie said...

Reds and creams would be my colour of choice....but to be fair I have never, ever seen a red and cream owl!

New Quilter said...

BLUES. Just love the blues. It would look so cute in my granddaughter's room! thanks for the great giveaway!

Jacquelyn said...

This is such a cheerful pattern. It begs for cheerful fabric like Pam Kitty.

Ysabel said...

on January 12th is my daughter's birthday (she'll be 6), I hope I can win this pattern and make it for her, she loves the owls!!!!!

Patricia said...

I have been wanting this pattern and have been procrastinating about getting it! Maybe I'll get this one...hope so.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to make this for my son & daughter-in-law's first baby, a girl due in April, so pinks, purples, greens and yellows with some light browns.

Mel said...

I like cool colors like greens, purples and blues.

Dawn said...

My youngest daughter loves owls and this is just too cute! She would just love this, especially if she got to help pick out the fabrics :) Thanks for the chance to win! Good luck everyone!!

Dawn said...

My youngest daughter loves owls and this is just too cute! She would just love this, especially if she got to help pick out the fabrics :) Thanks for the chance to win! Good luck everyone!!

Darlene said...

The owls are "hooter"ific. I love the bright bold blues and offset with light grays.

Quilt Hollow said...

Give a hoot..don't pollute! LOL
This just make me giggle and I could see them in black/white prints and pops of color here and there!

Anonymous said...

cute, this is a fun quilt

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Gracias, un saludo desde Chile.

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Catskill Quilter said...

This is such an adorable pattern - just love those owls! I can imagine using a single owl from this pattern on placemats (on the side) or as potholders. Thank you for hosting this great giveaway!

Njeri said...

This quilt is just awesome.I would love to get my hands on the pattern. I think i would use brown and pink in different colors, textures and designs.

Claire said...

Oh I have a little girl who would just adore this quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

Christi said...

Planning to make this one for the baby I'm in the process of baking. I'm not sure about colors/textures, because I don't know what brand of baby it is yet! ;)

BlondeNana said...

What an awesome pattern, and giving everyone a chance to win this is great. Thanks Jen. Since I have 3 grand-daughters who are small and one middle school, I am sure I would find one of them who would just love to snuggle under this quilt. Good Luck to Everyone!!

SassyCathy said...

http://sassycathy-sassycathy.blogspot.com/2012/01/giveaway-at-sew-fabulous-quilt-shop.html
I blogged about the giveaway! :)
Just learning how
Cathy Byrd
byrd at gulftel.com

SassyCathy said...

You're on my facebook status! Hope my friends come sign up too. :)
Hoo Hoo HOOTERVILLE!
Cathy Byrd
byrd at gulftel.com

SassyCathy said...

TWEET! or is that HOOT! HOO! ha
I tweeted about the giveaway!
I forgot to tell you I'm Cathy Lassitter Byrd on facebook! :)
OWL POWER! Up with the HOOT!
Cathy Byrd
byrd at gulftel.com