It’s Giveaway Day-Week!

Twice each year, Sew,Mama,Sew! does this awesome thing called Giveaway Day. I haven’t been able to participate in a while with life being a bit crazy, then forgetting, and thinking I’ll do it the next time, then not.

But this year I am doing it! And what am I giving away you ask. How about a little four-pack of fat-sixteenths! Sew,Mama,Sew! Giveaway from Crinkle Dreams

I love these itty-bitty bits of fabric. They’re the perfect size for all sorts of crafts and scrappy quilting and little bits of fun on anything. These four packs include fabrics from Suzy Ultman, Carolyn Friedlander, Lizzy House and Laurie Wisbrun for a total of 16 fat sixteenths.

To win the fabric quartet, comment and tell me about your favorite scrappy project (finished or on your to-make list). Feel free to include a link–I’d love to see YOUR work, too.

Follow me at or Instagram and check out my shop on Etsy for more fabric scraps, kits and finished samples.

If you’re interested in participating in my Sew Em Be sewing drive, let me know in the comments as well.

277 thoughts on “It’s Giveaway Day-Week!”

  1. Nice fabrics! I am a very new quilter so I just started saving scraps. I saw some pillows I would like to make…

  2. Sometime last year I made a lap quilt of monochrome wonky log cabin blocks from scraps. I liked it so much that after I gave it to my SIL I decided I needed to make another. So I’m working on blocks now. This one will be different from the first, which is part of what I like about scrappy quilts and also about log cabin blocks — you can do so many different things with them! Your giveaway fabrics are so cute, thanks for the chance to win!

  3. I just made some scrappy blocks for a do.Good stitches project. Scrappy is fun when I can let go and just go for it1

  4. Jessica Thomson

    I’d love to make a scrappy quilt with my daughter. She’s 7, so I’m thinking something that we could just sit and sew without too much concentration would be ideal ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. FlyingBlind

    My Marcelle Medaillion has many precious scraps in, as well as a huge haul of Liberty; scraps are so much fun; thanks for the chance x

  6. Eeep what a great fabric giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

    Favorite scrappy project… I love spiderweb blocks! Quilts, pillows, anything ~ they always look awesome!

  7. Kayla Yapuncich

    Thanks so much for the chance! I am obsessed with scrappy trips around the world and want to make about 8 more of them!

  8. Kristy Visser

    I love all scrappy projects! scrappy log cabins are high on my list! I’ve got a scrappy granny square quilt in the works right now…

  9. Julie O'Daniel

    I love to make scrappy little pouches and bunting garlands. Thanks for the chance to win, those are some awesome fabrics!

  10. I love making little matching games for my toddler with scraps! Beautiful fabric!

  11. Michelle Zanfardino

    I love going through scraps and putting them together for unique gifts like: skirts for little girls, taggie blankets for babies, placemats, hostess aprons, etc.

  12. Thank you for a lovely giveaway. I LOVE scraps. My favourite thing to do is to make them into hexagons by EPP. I then often make them up into bags using a pattern from Sew by Cath Kidston.

  13. Great giveaway! I just finished a scrappy trip around the world…but want to make more and more!

  14. I’m working on a scrappy postage stamp quilt but I also use scraps to make small stuffed animals and dolls.

  15. Heather Braun

    Great giveaway! I love using my scraps for scrappy bindings. I really want to make a scrappy trip around the world and would love to make a postage stamp quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  16. Currently I am participating in 2 quilting bees some are being used there. I am also in the gathering stage for a postage stamp quilt I hope to get created this summer.

  17. Gorgeous!! I love crazy quilts! I grew up with my grandma making them out of every available scrap of fabric. That is what I like to now with my scraps!

  18. Megan Blomquist

    I’m brand new to sewing and quilting so don’t have many scraps and have yet to do a scrappy project, but I love the scrappy quilts in Sunday Morning Quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. Shauna Trueblood

    ohhh I love scrappy quilts, little pieces from lots of fabrics, just means happiness

  20. I’m hoping to make a few scrappy skirts for my 3 girls. They all love skirts:)
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  21. Anna LeCartz

    Scrappy coasters or scrappy pillows are fun. I also love those scrappy tree blocks I’ve been seeing lately

    1. Scrappy tree blocks? I’m not sure I’ve seen them yet, I’ll have to do a quick search. I love the look of scrappy anything! ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. kathy zelazny

    I love all things scrappy! Specially the scrap vomit sew along at I’m a Ginger Monkey. Your fabric is beautiful!

  23. How fun! I have a scrap vomit quilt on my to-do list, so I’ve been collecting scraps and bits of fabric like these – would love to add them to my collection! Thanks for the chance!!

  24. I love smaller cuts, I just made a couple of toys with charms and am in the current project of using scraps in a log cabin style block.

  25. I am working on a scrap vomit right now, but almost all of my quilts are scrappy in some way or another, so I just love these little cuts!

  26. Sara Richardson

    I think little girls scrappy skirts are fun! Great giveaway..thank you for the chance!

  27. I like scrappy hexies, I’ve only made 2 12 inch blocks, but I’ve got the hexie fever brewing and I think it would be fabulous to make a completely scrappy, totally unplanned double quilt – imagine that as a picnic blanket under a broad tree…yeah, that’s on my bucket list!

  28. I’d love to make an i-spy quilt some day. I’ve started collecting bits and pieces for it but have a long way to go… mcglen8 (at) @gmail (dot) com

  29. Catrin Lewis

    I’ve recently made a quilt top from some scraps left over from a quilt I made from old shirts.

  30. mean sarah jean

    i use a lot of scraps for applique onsies and of course, in my quilting. these little bundles sound so fun!

  31. I love making scrappy quilts. Sunday Morning Quilts is one of my fav sources of ideas. Thanks!

  32. jackie bloom

    I’ve made a string quilt with scraps, but I’d love to try a spiderweb next, log cabins are a lot of fun with lights and scraps

  33. The Farmer’s Wife quilt is great for using small pieces of fabric. Thank you for the chance in your giveaway.

  34. I’m fairly new to quilting . I didn’t realise just how versatile and changable and just WOW it could be! I am really anxious to try some scrap projects .. Insulated mats for the table, cushions, once I get better at it .. a whole quilt!

  35. I saw something referred to as a “vomit quilt” on another blog. Sounds awful, looks gorgeous. I think I may have to try my hand at that for my next scrappy project. Thanks so much ~ Carey

  36. I made a scrappy spool quilt…don’t have a picture of it online, but it’s lovely. Thanks for a chance to win.

  37. I finished a scrap vomit quilt and may just make anther. I love scrap quilts and other people’s scraps are even better?

  38. I made a pineapple quilt last year with Art Gallery Fabric scraps. I loved it! It was for Project Linus, so a little girl somewhere is snuggling under it. I’m not sure how to post a link, but it is on my Flickr page – Cecilia’s Quilts. Thank you for the chance to win.

  39. I’d love to make a scrappy postage stamp quilt or pillow cover with hand quilting. That one is on my to do list. Thanks for the giveaway! racergirl1313 AT hotmail DOT com

  40. Vivian Bales

    Hi there! Those little packages are adorable. I like to make scrappy tote bags. I use a lot of bags!

  41. I want to make more fabric envelopes that I just started as a project…with hand sewn notes.

  42. Jane Wheeler

    I like little bags, and also baby shoes for my many pregnant friends! Thanks

  43. it is on my to-make list, some scrappy QAYG pouches. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

  44. Most of my quilts have been pretty scrappy! I loved doing a scrappy star quilt for a friend of mine who is expecting. adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

  45. Most of my quilts are with odds and ends (scrappy).


  46. I loved making my Scrappy Trip Around the World out of my daughter’s old clothes that I had originally made for her back in the 80′ and 90’s.

  47. I’ve never made a scrappy quilt as I don’t as yet have many scraps!!! Thank you for your giveaway.

  48. Angela Bullard

    My favorite so far is my Amy Butler Weekender Bag. It has been almost finished for several months now. All I need to do is finish handstitching the zipper on…

  49. Christine Rheker

    I love postage stamp quilts! My first one is almost finished and my second one already started. I sew those squares together in between other projects. Whenever I have 2,5″ squares left from other projects I just sew them together in pairs. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  50. Dana Gaffney

    I like to make string quilts, they can be a bit wild but always wonderful. Thanks.

  51. I love sewing with scraps, especially making string quilts. Thanks for the chance!

  52. Katarina Frappierova

    I like little sewing projects in general so using scraps is great for them. My favorite are Ayumi’s patchwork projects: little patchwork basket, reversible bag.. Thanks for a chance to win!

  53. I’m doing a scrappy project, a postage stamp quilt from all of my scraps. And I’ve done one scrappy trip around the world doll quilt, but the pattern just isn’t my cup of tea.
    Thanks for the chance!

  54. I would love to try a postage stamp quilt. Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

  55. A scrappy quilt of course! My grandmas and great-Grandmas made them growing up. I was pretty old before I realized people even made no. Scrappy quilts! Lol.

    Crunchyconservativemommy at gmail dotcom

  56. I love making tiny quilted things, like kindle covers, or doing applique on things like placemats with my scraps. Thanks for hosting!

  57. My favorite scrappy project is the blind pull improv in a bag technique. It feels like vocal warm-ups or beat poetry and I always end up with something that surprises me. Thanks for the chance to win! — Michelle

  58. I loved making the scrappy log cabin-along with Ellison Lane. I’m not normally a rainbow fan but it turned out awesome and was the first quilt I ever sold!!!

  59. I bought a cute pencil pouch with patchwork squares from scraps. I’m hoping to make some pillow shams from scraps this summer.

  60. I haven’t made one yet because my stash isn’t big enough! But, I would love to make a scrappy make-up bag!

  61. I’m gearing up to make my first quilt. I just need to gather enough scraps. This will be perfect!

    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

  62. miscellaneous craftiness

    I’d like to do a patchwork picnic tote for the summer.

  63. Cecilia White

    I want to make a pieced cover for my kindle.. these would be just perfect for that!

  64. Joyce Carter

    My favorite scrappy project was a nine patch baby quilt that I made. Great giveaway. Thank you for the chance to win.

  65. Mary Ann Glenn

    I really want to try some postage stamp blocks! These would be great

  66. I have sewn several scrapboxes for my scraps. I still have one left to to sew (the turquoise)

    Gun, Swede

  67. Lisa McGriff

    Right now my bee mates and myself are working on a baby quilt using the X and + pattern. My OCD wouldn’t let it be all scrappy so we are doing pink +, blue ends and the X parts are either green, yellow, orange, pink, blue. They are turning out great!

  68. I’ve enjoyed making a scrappy around the world quilt. Still needs to be FMQ. thanks for a chance to win.

  69. Megan Ferris

    Scrappy is a baaaaad word in my world. I can’t handle it. But, I visited the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden last fall and loved, loved, loved the crazy quilts they had on display.

  70. I’m getting ready to start on a raw edge circle quilt which should eat up a bunch of scrap. Your fabrc choices are beautiful, thanks for the giveaway!

  71. Id say the open wide pouches on Noodlehead’s blog, I’ve made I’m not going to admit how many scrappy patchwork ones so far! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  72. I dont’ like scrappy quilts…until now. I have just forced myself out of my tailored box and started a scrappy quilt last night. So far so good, but these colors would be beautiful for one! Thanksfor the drawing!

  73. I recently made Kim Diehl’s pattern Summertime Scatter Garden. I’m very happy with how it turned out. I love working on scrappy projects. I liked you on FB.

  74. I made a postage stamp quilt out of scrap material.. didnt hink I’d like it… but what a blast and I absolutely love it..usually I go for log cabins and strip piecing.

  75. I am in the process of making a scrappy string quilt. I’ve wanted to make one for a long time. I would love to win these bundles. Thanks for the chance.

  76. My favorite scrappy project are the little quilts that I make for my grandson.

    Thank you – love your shop!

  77. I like to use scraps for fun pockets in purses. ๐Ÿ™‚

    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

  78. i like making scrappy zipper bags or mug rugs. would like to make a scrappy project.

  79. I am still pretty new to the sewing world, I am excited to continue learning & growing my stash. I would like to eventually make scrap quilt once I have enough scraps. Thanks for the chance!

  80. My favorite so far is my scrappy trip around the world quilt. and the tabel runner I made for my sister & her husband ( both avid hunters) out of all the recycled kaki & cameoflauge pant legs I recycled from my moms alterations shop.

  81. My favorite scrappy project was a tree pillow with scrappy leaves for the fall. So cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

  82. Michelle Smith

    My favorite scrappy project would have to be mug rugs!

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

  83. Giddy Stokes

    I am working on a scrappy string star quilt (16โ€ blocks), an EPP 1.5โ€ hexagon project, and the occasional paper pieced pillow cover or sewing machine cover!

  84. I just finished a rainbow scrappy log cabin quilt and I’m loving it! Thanks for the chance to win.

  85. BonnieLarson58

    Scrappy stars look so great. Wonderful giveaway. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on a super draw,


  86. Annette Holbrook

    I’m brand new to sewing and quilting, but I have seen (read: admired!) some pretty cool rainbow scrappy quilts lately and would LOVE to have the scraps to make one!!

  87. Lucy Brennan

    I haven’t made any scrappy projects yet – other than using scraps in bee blocks! I would love to do a scrappy trip quilt and a postage stamp one too!

  88. Joyce Mosby

    I have been cutting out squares and my sixth graders have been sewing placemats. I haven’t had time to sew recently but when school is out I have the squares cut for a baby quilt.

  89. Sandy Hardman

    I like to use scraps in Ocean Waves quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

  90. Elizabeth McDonald

    My favorite scrappy projects are always quilt blocks. Sometimes I make odd blocks, and then later try and find the right quilt to include them in.

  91. I use them for yoyos to make hairclips and headbands. Also for patchwork on little bags

  92. One of my friends is making a string quilt and I think I would like to try that with my scraps too.

  93. i am building a stash towards a scrappy Storm at Sea, i love way it moves

  94. i only have made one simple quilt, but i’d like to try one more difficult. maybe eith your fabric!
    my email elocose at

  95. I love to make Wonky Log Cabin Blocks for table runners – they are fairly quick to make and I use quite a bit of my favourite scraps! These are perfect for gifts and so far everyone is amazed with how beautiful they turn out…. while I am pleased not to waste precious fabric!!!

  96. Alex Palmer

    My scrappy project is one on a to do list. I’d love to make a catherdral window quilt with different pieces of fabric in every window!

  97. I’m new to sewing and don’t have any scraps to do scrappy projects, but I think eventually I’d like to quilt with the scraps too.

  98. I’m going to make a rainbow scrappy chevron quilt this summer, but before now i’ve used a lot of them in childrens clothing, embellishing dresses and making covered buttons…

  99. Melissa Vink

    Cute!! Scrappy hexagon or square patxhwork quilt or pillows!! Or maybe a wall hanging and mug rugs!! Thank you!

  100. I haven’t really done any scrappy projects, but i look forward to someday ๐Ÿ™‚

  101. Kat Petersen

    I love scrappy trips around the world! I have one in progress but I think it may be a long time before it’s finishedโ€ฆ (though winning here would obviously help ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  102. I am in a bee that is making scrappy quilt blocks to help each othe make quilts from the Sunday Morning Quilts book. Great projects in that book. The bee is great fun. You can see my stuff at

  103. Michelle @ needle and nest

    I looooove scraps. Most things I make utilize scraps in some way, so this giveaway is right up my alley! ๐Ÿ™‚ My favorite finished scrappy project is, without question, my postage stamp quilt. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  104. I like to make scrappy quilts. I like to check out thrift stores and such for fabrics.

  105. I love scrappy quilts, I have visions/dreams of completing a postage stamp quilt one day.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  106. jennysullivanparker

    These bundles look awesome, thank you for the chance! I’m working on something very scrappy right now. Not finished, but here’s a peek: Thank you again!

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      Oh lord, that giant picture was not supposed to happen and I cannot make it go away. I hate Disqus.

  107. Jacqueline Oud

    My favorite scrappy project was a quilt I made for my husband which included a 2″x2″ piece of every fabric in my collection! It made me dizzy at times, but the result was really nice.

  108. I don’t have any scrappy quilts, but I did make a random scrappy placemat for practice binding!
    hbrooke_ski (at) hotmail (dot) com

  109. I saw a beautiful scrappy fussy cut rainbow eye spy quilt while I was blog hopping around

  110. whitedragonstudios

    I adore my scrap quilts, but I particularly love the scotty dog pillow I made with squares.

  111. I love to make hexies with my scraps. Haven’t decided yet with to do with them ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

  112. I’m working on a Trip Around the World. I made a scrappy Starburst quilt a long with Happy Quilting Melissa that I love. It’s on her flickr site. Thanks. bc underscore hats at hotmail dot com Not SLC15)

  113. I’m making a star quilt for my son and my only restriction on fabrics was that they’re black, gray, white or blue. It’s been a fun project and is so striking looking. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  114. Cute! I’m working on my very first quilt, which is the Bee in my Bonnet Row Along. It’s certainly my BIGGEST scrap project, and I love it so far!

  115. My nephew LOVES tripping out on the crazy quilts I make for him, so i-Spy quilts are on my to-do list. Gotta keep my little man happy!

  116. thank you for the chance to win.i would like to make a postagestamp quilt

  117. Cute! I have plant to make some scrappy toddler pillows. Still in the planing phase though!

  118. I’m saving up scraps to make a string spider web quilt. Thanks for a chance to win! ๐Ÿ™‚

  119. I would love to make a doll quilt for my nieces’ American Girl dolls. Thanks for the giveaway. Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  120. Jordan Lyons

    My favorite scrappy project so far has been an awesome ipod arm band I made for my mother, my scrappy project waiting in the wings is a glorious no rhyme or reason scrappy quilt, gosh how I love them!

  121. I’d love to make a postage stamp quilt with scraps someday. Lots of work, though! All those little pieces!

  122. I’ve recently finished a massive scrap vomit quilt (98 inches square) and I’m moving on to a scrap spiderweb quilt next.

  123. Allison Bright

    I love making scrappy log cabin blocks.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.

  124. I am slowly coming along on a scrappy postage stamp. ๐Ÿ˜€
    laurelar at g mail dot c o m

  125. I am a new quilter so I really haven’t built up my scraps yet…but would probably make a scrappy quilt.

  126. Those fabrics are lovely! I am just getting back into sewing, and would love to try my hand a quilting. I’d put these to use on some purses and pouches, for keeping knitting and needle craft projects organised. Thanks for the chance!

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