Monday, December 9, 2013

Giveaway Day - December 2013 Edition!

Today is Giveaway Day over at Sew, Mama, Sew. Twice a year, the great people at SMS put on this great event which seems to be getting bigger and bigger each year. I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the posts, gathering inspiration, and entering my name to win some really great prizes. Without fail, the list of blogs I follow is always longer after Giveaway Day.

So here is what I am giving away today:


My giveaway prize is this fun pouch made using Elizabeth Hartman's Perfect Zip Bag pattern. I've seen these bags all over the internet and decided this would be the year I get the pattern and start making some for myself. The front of the bag is made from a patchwork block and linen and the back of the bag is the same white flowers on gray I used for the zipper pull. The bag is fully lined and has a bottom gusset, to help it stand up. It is a good size bag at about 10" tall and 9 " wide, so it could hold a few things. I'd like to put a few goodies in there so I'm hoping everyone who reads this will help me come up with ideas for filling it!

Would you like to win this bag? All you need to do is leave me a comment and tell me what you might want to keep or put in a bag like this. International entries are most welcome! The draw will close early on Friday evening, December 13th.View other giveaways for handmade items here; view giveaways for sewing-related supplies here.

Thank you for taking time to visit my blog; have fun reading about the other great prizes bloggers have on offer this week and if you have time, check back on Saturday to find out who won!

Update: Friday, December 13th 2013 @ 7:00 PM MDT this giveaway has closed.

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265 comments:

  1. So very pretty, love the fabrics (and the pattern)..I would keep my on going making of little hexies in it. (I visit Alberta quite often..my boys and their families are still there) Thank you for the chance to win and have a Merry Christmas!!

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  2. I would carry my crochet project in it, perfect for a couple scarves I'm working on.

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  3. I love this bag. I would use it to keep knitting yarn or cross stitch threads safe from harm.

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  4. looks great for keeping my small projects in - the little hand sewing ones

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  5. Love your bag, especially those polar bears. I'd probably use it for notions when I travel. Thanks!

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  6. Lovely bag! I would probably use it for my hand sewing, some water and some snacks! (isn't that a perfect day? :))

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  7. Gorgeous bag!! I would use it during the holiday season as a small purse and then would store special holiday small crafting supplies like ribbons.

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  8. This would be great for my small crochet projects!

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  9. I would use it for my makeup :)

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  10. Thank you for a fun giveaway. I would keep my hexies in it.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  11. I would use it for traveling and keep all the most needed items for the handbag inside.

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  12. I would keep my on the go Hexie supplies. Looks like just the right size. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  13. i will keep unicorn tail locks :}

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  14. This is the cutest bag!! What a great bag for traveling. Thanks!

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  15. I would use it to keep my gloves and hat in it. That way I'll always know where they are.

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  16. ohhh cute bag. I think I'd use it as a sock knitting bag!

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  17. what a cute bag....i would use it for hand sewing things...maybe a little pouch for handwork that i can carry around with me. i love it.

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  18. Lovely bag...I would carry small notebooks and pencils for writing ideas.
    Thanks for this giveaway.
    Good luck

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  19. It looks like a perfect knitting project bag! Very sweet :)

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  20. This is so cute! I would use it to hold the holiday hexie project I am going to be starting soon.

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  21. My felt supplies to take with me in my tote and make when I have a bit of time!AriadnefromGreece!

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  22. So cute! I would keep it in my car to keep track of all those little things I need in there since I feel like I practically live in there sometimes!

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  23. This is a great bag. I make lots of bags myself but I am always giving them to friends so I would love this. Plus, the polar bear is adorable. I think a sketchbook and pens would be great or a knitting project.

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  24. Great bag! I'd put my current knitting project in it; maybe a sock?

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  25. What can't you store in a zippered pouch? Hair accessories, traveling toiletries, jewelry, fabric scraps, snacks, receipts, favorite ribbons and trims, various crafting supplies, presents, etc, etc, etc. Heck, you can use them to store more zippered pouches. And they make great organizers for larger purses.

    Yours is absolutely adorable. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  26. I love using pouches for packing! cellphone chargers, treats, ect. are more fun in a cute bag!!

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  27. I'd put knitting in it - it's the right size for a small project.

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  28. Wow, anything! You can even find a black hole in one of my bags. ;)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    lauramdd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. Looks great for my E.P.P. projects

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  30. I would love to keep my art journaling goodies in this bag! Love the fabric choices! Thanks for the chance to win :-)

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  31. I always have odds and ends supplies with me when I'm traveling to meetings and friends houses so I would love to put them together in this pouch. It's really lovely!

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  32. I would use it in my "bottomless" bag to keep the essentials (phone, pens, purse, keys) in line ... they always end up at the bottom and I'm constantly rummaging for the one or the other thing ..

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  33. What a fun little bag for within my big bag!

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  34. This is a great bag to put supplies in for hand binding and embroidery!

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  35. What a darling bag! I would use it as a knitting bag for small projects like hats and socks.

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  36. So cute! I'd stock it with notions or my hand sewing projects for easy transport! Or perhaps hide my chocolate stash from my husband :)

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  37. This would be fun for my latest knitting project!

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  38. Great job on the bag. What would I put in it well... I have this huge bag I bring to work and am always having to did to find what I want so I would use it to help me organize this bag.

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  39. This is gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. This may sound silly but my pills. We travel alot for my husband's work. I have so many medication bottles and I hate having to dig through my bags to find what I need. Having them all in one place would be great :)

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  41. I could totally see this as my travel knitting bag... oooh, circulars would fit in there nicely, as well as all yarn for a small project. Beautiful!

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  42. i think i'd use it for my on-the-go crochet stones bag. a few stones, crochet hook, and thread. thanks, it's beautiful. i have those patterns as well, such clear instructions- but i've never kept one for myself!

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  43. Looks like the perfect hand sewing travel bag! Lovely.

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  44. Looks perfect for carrying hand-sewing! It's really a cute little bag. Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  45. I would use this bag for small projects to work on that could easily be transported with me. Some ideas you could fill it with are: fabric, patterns, notions, money, lottery tickets, chocolate, gift cards, all kinds of fun stuff.

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  46. What a beautiful bag! I would love to keep a hand sewing project in it!

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  47. Great fabric choices for this season :) love the colours

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  48. I would put little soft toys in it for my baby girl. I always needs something to put them in when I'm on the run. heather738 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  49. I think it would make a great bag for in my car. I like to have all of the little necessities handy and I'm using a wipes box right now!

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  50. What a cute bag! I think it would be great to keep small electronics and chargers in.

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  51. I'd keep my EPP projects in that bag!

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  52. I think I would use it to keep useful odds and ends together in the car. So cute! :)

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  53. I second the hiding chocolate suggestion. You have to put it somewhere the husband/children would never think too look! Maybe a few fabric scraps on top just to make sure ;)

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  54. Great bag thanks for the chance to enter. I thought I tried to enter but my computer is acting wonky. If this double posts please feel free to delete one. It would be great to keep my on the go hexi's in. conn_and_vans_momatyahoodotcom

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  55. So cute! I would use the pouch to hold hand sanitizer, lotion and a tube(or four) of lip gloss. That way my winter necessities are all together and I can grab them and go.

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  56. Project bag - embroidery/crochet/hexies.
    Buttons? Trims? Definite use in my sewing room.

    {{Hide the Chocolate stash}}
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. Super cute bag and I enjoyed your blog! The Brr fabric is one of my favorites :) thank you for the giveaway - great bag for toting just a days worth of stuff - embroidery, a book, drink and small wallet! Oh and some food too! thanks!

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  58. I have loads of hexagons that I don't know where to put. This would be great for this kind of small projects! Thanks for the giveaway

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  59. This could hold cosmetics when traveling or sewing kit.

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  60. Darling bag! I would probably use mine for my current hand sewing project--looks like a good size for a small sewing kit + pieces. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  61. that is a beautiful bag! i'd use it to carry the book i am reading at the time, plus a pen and small notepad. thanks for the chance!!!!

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  62. This bag looks the perfect size to carry my wallet/phone/keys--usually i just carry my (rather large) wallet with the other two, but I'm always nervous I'll lose something!!

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  63. Would be great for traveling
    ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net

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  64. Beautiful job on the pouch (love Brrr). I would use this as my travel make-up bag, or maybe a crochet hook holder. Thanks for sharing with is!
    emyerly(at)wideopenwest(dot)com

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  65. It would be perfect for my wallet and phone! Or perhaps my sewing hexagon supplies! It's such a beautiful bag! Nice work!

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  66. I love your pouch, it's beautiful! I would like to put a knit or crochet project in it or maybe just fill it with the necessities that I need when I'm out and about. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

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  67. This is so cute! And dark chocolate filled, of course. hehe

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  68. Cute bag! It would work very nicely for carrying toddler snacks.

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  69. Giveaway is amazing,so generous of you.Thank you for the chance to win it.

    Perfect for everyday wear,just the right colors,so I will put lip balm,wallet,little notebook and pen,little pouch,little project bag for my crochet...

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  70. Love the bag. I would love to win to give my sister. She has been looking for work since summer. This would put a smile on her face...we love polar bears!
    I think she would put her kindle in it.

    thanks. Melinda

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  71. I think every fabric bag/zipper pouch/fabric bucket I've got has got fabric scraps in it - either specific scraps for specific things or else just random bits that haven't been sorted yet. Oh, and one has spools of thread in it, I really need to find a better way to store those things because I've always got a wad of strings knotted together from all the spools.

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  72. Awww! This is so cute, especially with the polar bear in there! I think I would use it as a travel bag :D
    Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  73. Love the bag. I would keep a current knitting project in it.

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  74. I would use this as a small yarny project bag!
    Julia
    Jcarter428@yahoo.com

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  75. love that bag. I think I would start off using it for my knitting projects. They are all on the small side
    deckerston(at)aol(dot)com

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  76. what a beautiful bag! I would love to use it as a travel bag :) some fabric scraps would be wonderful in the bag :) thanks! omee.bubu(at)gmail.com

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  77. Ooo what wouldn't I keep in this awesome bag? A hand sewing project perhaps? That would be fun to carry around!

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  78. I'd use this as my pocket book during winter. So adorable!

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  79. I would keep my hand sewing in there for sitting in waiting room times!
    beth(dot)Sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. perfect fabric choices, I love the polar bear placement. I would keep my essentials and show it off everywhere

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  81. I think it would be a prefect bag for my winter knitting.

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  82. I would use it as a crochet project bag (for small projects, obviously).

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  83. I would probably put some stitching project to take on the go

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  84. I hate to say it but I know my almost six year old daughter would love to scoop this up and use it for her Mini Lalaloopsies...now if Mommy got to keep it it could be used for sewing supplies:)
    thanks!!!
    Jodym7atyahoo.com

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  85. I would use it for a stitching or crochet project to take along. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  86. This bag would be so cute for holding my EPP project. Thanks!!

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  87. So cute! I really love the polar bear! I would use it for a knitting project.. probably socks. :)

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  88. Oh it's darling! I don't know. Ribbon? Meds?

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  89. oh I'm sorry I don't know right off what I would put in it, but I do know I'd find a use and enjoy using it! Just darling!

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  90. I would use it to take projects in the car when I am picking the kids up from school.

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  91. Oh gosh, I love it and the bear. Mmm, I'd out in fabric, maybe scraps or notions or pens. One can never have too many pouches.

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  92. I would use it for knitting projects or for an EPP on the go kit.

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  93. Cute pouch! I would most likely keep my latest project in it.

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  94. That polar bear is super cute! I would use it for all my marketing materials at work :)

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  95. I spend the school year hauling around a computer bag and an enormous tote of art supplies. I would use this bag to keep my keys, makeup, cash and phone all together so it is not rolling around with the markers and matte knives.

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  96. Thus s wonderful and useful bag. I think I would fill it up with yarn.

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  97. I think I would put a small EPP project in it for travel sewing!

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  98. Cute bag Erica! I'd probably keep my pens & highlights in it for school!

    :-)

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  99. Adorable bag,I would use it as a small purse/on the go hand sewing bag!

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  100. Love your bag. I'd keep my charger cords in it. :)

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  101. Love that bag! I'd pop in it my current crochet or knitting project

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  102. Love it! I have a similar bag that I use inside my diaper bag to hold a change of clothes for my son. I'd probably give this as a gift to my friend who had a baby - she commented on what a nice idea it was.

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  103. Love this bag! I've been wanting to try sewing with linen…that would be a fun surprise :)

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  104. Love the fabrics you used in your bag! Would love to win....looks like it is the right size for 'mall' shopping.

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  105. Oh easy- fill it with scraps. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  106. What a pretty bag! It looks like a good size for toiletries when travelling. Or I might use it for a redwork project. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  107. What a cute bag! I'd use it to keep all of my embroidery supplies together.

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  108. A cute bag, perfect for a cute little notebook and some fun pens.

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  109. Ooh, I'd use it for my current knitting project.

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  110. Cute bag! I would put little toys for the kiddos for while we are out & about during the winter!

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  111. Since I'd be carrying it...I love clutches....I would have a small money zip pouch, some lipgloss, pen, paper and reading glasses

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  112. Oh i love the little polar bear!

    I always take a handwork project to work for lunchbreak. Usually its some small cross stitch for an ornament. I think this would be perfect for my little stitchings. Thanks for the chance!

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  113. I'm just starting to take up cross stitch and this looks like the perfect size to tote all my stuff around in! Very cute. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  114. Oh love this - I would use it for my embroidery.

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  115. Knitting :) I always carry knitting in my purse and it is always tangled around my wallet and pens.
    I love your color choice!

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  116. Perfect as a purse, will hold my calendar too. Love Love these colors. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  117. Love the bag. I would use it for my kindle

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  118. I would love to use it as a makeup bag. It is so cute!!

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  119. That bag would be great for carrying my jewellery projects or small crochet projects when I'm on the go!

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  120. It's so lovely that I'd like to make sure I used it where other people could see it. I do a lot of site visits for work, so I'd like to put some of my field gear inside it.

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  121. OMG I soooo love this bag!! It is perfection!!! I think I would keep Lindt Lindor red chocolates in it so it is a chocolate holding yummy zippy polar bear bag :) And can you send some snow as well?? Your picture is awesome!!!!!

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  122. How lovely. I think this would be ideal for transporting a small embroidery project

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  123. This beautiful bag would be perfect for my knitting : )

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  124. I would love to use this bag every day for my Galaxy tablet. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  125. I would use it for my makeup. Thanks for the chance to win. The bag is beautiful.

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  126. I love your bag! I would use it to I hold a small knitting project. Thanks for the chance.

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  127. It looks perfect for knitting things for socks. Thanks for the chance!

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  128. Oh this would be perfect for when I go to quilt shows and just need to carry some cash/the credit card and my car keys. I need to keep my hands free for carrying home all the goodies I find. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  129. This is such a cute bag! I think it would be a great take along bag for holiday stays. Could use it for quilting projects to travel or maybe cosmetics. So so cute.

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  130. Beautiful little bag! It would be great for corralling little things when I'm packing. Filling it with chocolates for your winner would be fun. Or maybe fabric scraps and thread?

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  131. I love it. Too cute. It's an awesome bag. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  132. Cute bag! Great for hand embroidery projects!

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  133. I would keep a pen, phone, some lip gloss, my coupons, and a little pad in it. So very cute!

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  134. Love the polar bear! I'd probably put in some English paper piecing supplies for my on-the-go projects! :) Thank you!

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  135. Gorgeous bag, love it! Would put in the book I'm currently reading and an embroidery project.
    Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  136. So cute! I would keep either a crochet project or a book, or maybe even some charm squares I'm collecting.

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  137. That would be my shopping purse…no kid stuff allowed! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy@ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  138. Would be perfect for packing this winter season. I love having everything organized in my suitcase.

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  139. My little girl loves polar bears so I think this would be the perfect bag to keep some of her toys and treats in. That way when we are out and about I'll have things to keep her amused.
    emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

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  140. Adorable! I love the colors together. I bet this would hold lots of fabric scraps!!

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  141. I would use it to keep all the small odds and ends from getting lost in my purse like coins and pens (b2malan@cox.net)

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  142. I think I would keep it next to my sewing machine filled with all those little things I need every time I sew - machine feet, seam ripper, pins... Either that or fabric scraps.

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  143. what a great job you did!! i would love it stuffed with fabric. i hand quilt and hand quilt and donate all my quilts to charity. my income is less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability, so buying fabric is not an option. thank you for sharing your talent. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  144. OMG! That pouch ♥♥ I would use it in my sewing room!

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  145. Fun fabrics with grey borders, great combo for holding little surprises for my three-year old!

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  146. I would carry my sketchpads and sharpies in there...such a cute bag to carry my creative goodies in!

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  147. This looks like a perfect yarn project pouch! Thanks fo hosting!

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  148. Very pretty! I could use the bag for just about anything! Travel items, on the go snacks, hand sewing/applique projects, all that stuff that sinks to the bottom of my purse...that way I could easily find them. Thanks svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  149. Polar equipment - lip balm, hand cream, chocolate, a pretty scarf

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  150. I think I would stash a little hexie project in there to keep in the car, for waiting outside school times!
    Thanks for the chance x

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  151. I would love to have a knitting project in there for on the go.

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  152. So cute! I agree with others that it would be fun to keep small sewing projects in. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  153. I love love the bag. My daughter who's 9 says she'd love it for her bunny's clothes.

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  154. I think it would be neat for small items or maybe even cosmetics.

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  155. That is so cute! I love it! I would keep hand stitching in it, if I can judge its size correctly. Anyway, I would find something because it is TOO cute. And now I think I need that pattern. Thank you!!

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  156. I would use it to carry some of the stuff I need for my quilt retreats and sew in days.

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  157. it'd hold baby stuff! snacks, cloth wipes, prefolds, cars...!

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  158. I love the polar bear! I think it would be a great project bag - something that you can take with you any time you need something to work on.

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  159. Whatever my granddaughter wants to put in it that day

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  160. Looks like a perfect WIP bag! Or maybe even my new "goodie bag*" for the youth groups I am involved in (*Miss Kathleen's awesome bag she brings to meetings and has a treat in there for us each time!).

    Thank you for your kindness and generosity (even if I don't win)!

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  161. I would put all my little hand sewing projects in there! Just the most adorable bag ever!

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  162. What a beautiful bag. I would use it to carry my current knit or crochet project with me when I go out.

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  163. This bag is so cute! I have a bag obsession. I would use it for car trips to bring little projects, or carry electronic devices, or to carry snacks and water and sunglasses in on a day trip.

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  164. This would definitely store craft supplies! Which ones, I'm not sure -- there always seems to be more than I can find a home for :)

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  165. I'd store crafty supplies, maybe my hand sewing supplies. Thanks for the chance!

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  166. I'm always carrying yarn and crochet hooks around. I'd use this for portable works in progress that I could work on while waiting at appointments. Thanks for participating! :)

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  167. Cute bag! I would use it as a small diaper bag for diapers and wipes.

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  168. so pretty. would definately go into the knitting project bag rotation! :)

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  169. Gee, Erica, quite a following but for the heck of it thought I might as well sign up as I like that bag and it would hold my kindle and my wallet etc. Nice for winter.

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  170. I would use the bag to hold my little hand sewing projects to take with me. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  171. Looks like my hexies would travel well in your cute bag. Thanks

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  172. Some sewing projects for the road. I love the polar bear.

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  173. I would carry my medicine in it. Thanks

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  174. It is so pretty! I would use it to carry my sock knitting project around. I always have a pair of socks on the needles for when I have to wait somewhere, my lunch break or while a passenger in a car.

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  175. Great pouch! It is the perfect size to keep some smaller knitting needles and yarn for dishcloth making.

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  176. Such a lovely bag! I would definitely keep my sewing projects to constantly be inspired and reminded what beautiful things one can make. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  177. Beautiful bag! Since it's pretty big, it would be great to keep my knitting WIP. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  178. so cute! i would use it to carry small books or works in progress while traveling.

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  179. I *love* that polar bear! If this bag came to live on my hilltop I would keep EPP hexies in it.

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  180. I would use it to store my Garmin navigation system. I am always loosing my parts to it.

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  181. I would use it for my hand sewing things! Perfect!

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  182. This would end up being filled with everything lol! Ddebra33 at gmail dot com

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  183. This looks like a good run about bag. I'd keep all the things I'd like to keep handy while I'm out and about or visiting people, purse, keys, spare gloves and some crafty projects especially if I visit my mum. We like to compare projects :)

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  184. This looks so cute! I think I would keep a small knitting project in it.

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  185. This looks perfect for my crochet dishcloths project that is currently in a ziplock Baggie

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  186. The pouch is adorable! I have this pattern as well although I haven't made a bag in this style yet. I would use it for my smaller knitting projects.

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  187. A project bag! I'm more likely to finish a ufo if it's in something too cute that I have to carry it around and show it off!

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  188. So cute! I don't know yet what I'd put in it, but somehow all my pouches and bags find magical ways of being filled up with useful objects. I'd love to have this!

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  189. so cute! I think maybe it would be a great library books tote! :)

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  190. How about chocolate? :) And it's probably jsut the right size for an embroidery project.

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  191. It would hold drawing pencils and a small drawing pad perfectly.
    I would probably use it for my embroidery projects. My daughter says she would use it as
    a lunch bag.

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  192. I think I would use this as my purse! I love it! It would be perfect for short jaunts to the Grocery store or for whatever!
    mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

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  193. Cute bag! Thank you for the giveaway. I would use it to throw my keys and money in when I need to go to the store to buy something.

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  194. I would love to use this as a crochet project bag!
    Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!
    Jamie

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  195. It is so beautiful I would try to keep it for embroidery projects but I also know my daughter would love the little polar bear and would probably want to use it to carry her pet rock, dinosaurs, sparkles, pipe cleaners,match box cars & Princesses.

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