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Giveaway Day!

Thank you everyone for participating in my giveaway! We had 231 entries which made me feel so good. Random.org told me that the winner was comment #69, which is Sasha from Bath, UK! Sasha said:

“I think iโ€™d use it to keep my Mama cloth in, in-between uses. I think the bag is really pretty so I wouldnโ€™t feel embarrassed leaving it out in a bathroom!”

I will be sending you an email with all the details today Sasha! If you didn’t win but would still like a bag (you guys came up with some seriously good ideas on things to store in them – I think I will make a little list just for fun) you can check them out in my box bag section here. I will be adding more small ones early next week. Thanks again everyone for entering and to Sew Mama Sew! for organizing such a fun event!

Today is May 21st, which means it is the Sew Mama Sew! Giveaway day!

This is the first time that I have participated, so I am super excited! Today I am giving away a custom made box bag with the fabrics of your choosing!

This is just an example of my box bags, but you can check out my current fabrics to see what you will be able to pick from here. All you need to do for a chance to win is leave a comment on today’s post. Just tell me where are commenting from and what you might put in the bag if you win! I am happy to ship internationally, so everyone can enter. The giveaway will be open until May 25th, so keep those entries coming. And you can check out other giveaways on the Sew Mama Sew! blog as well.

If you have not stopped by my blog before, my name is Dani and this is the space where I share all of my crafty goings on. I love to sew, knit, weave, quilt and do bits of interior design. I am also the owner of KSC Designs where I make handmade organizational pieces. I hope that you will continue to stop by now and again! I have lots of links up top to show you what I have been working on.

Enjoy Giveaway Day everyone!

187 Comments

  • gina goodson

    I like this one! I’m commenting from Ferrum, VA, and I would love to keep my knitting notions in this bag!

  • Jean Maumenee

    I love these rectangular bags because I can store my sewing machine attachments inside. I have a binder and a gathering foot and etc. Perfect.

  • Shannon C.

    I love the bag! The color especially so bright but not pink or purple. Fabulous. If I had it, I’d use it to carry around my hand project, currently english paper piecing.

  • Kay

    I am commenting from England. I would put my collection of hand pieced hexagons in tha tI am working on. fab giveaway, thank you.

  • Patti

    Hi! I am Canadian living on the Prairies. I ‘d love to have this wonderful bag to keep my knitting in….just starting my first pair of socks!

  • Liz

    Oh please!! In the ‘Knitmare on Elm St skulls’…perfect knit project bag!
    *Swoons* in Austin TX

  • amy

    I’m commenting from the home of the NY State Sheep & Wool Festival (Rhinebeck, NY) and so, aptly, if I were to win, my bag would hold some knitting supplies and probably a knitted sock in progress!

  • Marcia R.

    I looked at your fabric choices and you certainly have many of my favorites to choose from! The boxy bag is super cute.

  • Marilyn

    I’m commenting from Sacramento, California. I love box bags and if I won one, I’d use it to hold one of my knitting projects. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Jo

    I just love boxy bags. I keep telling myself to give on a try, but I am still to afraid of zippers to do it. I think I would use this for work, it would hold pens and pencils a gait belt and hand cleaner. Thanks for the chance to win

  • Sasha

    Hi there!
    I’m from Bath in the UK. I think i’d use it to keep my Mama cloth in, in-between uses. I think the bag is really pretty so I wouldn’t feel embarrassed leaving it out in a bathroom!

  • Jenni

    I’m commenting from CT.

    I’d put either a knitting or spinning project in there. Or maybe my paper pieced hexagons. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • LauraH

    I’m from Texas! I think this bag would be perfect for my knitting and crocheting! Thanks so much!

  • Chris C.

    The fabric on that sample bag is SO cute! In fact, I love most of your fabric options! I’m in Oakland, CA, and I think this bag would probably be a knitting project bag for me — looks like it’d be perfect for toting around a shawl or socks or baby sweater in progress ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Norma

    Thank you very much for sharing your work, now one and I’ll follow you visiting from Mexico ….
    I loved this fabric, “1001 Peeps Stars” its my favorite color and my favorite shape, stars!!! …. and I would keep my Patch and quiltยดs tools

  • Elizabeth

    Hello – I’m writing from Southern California (desert region)! Thanks for the cool giveaway! I was just reorganizing my sewing box the other day and thinking I need to start compartmentalizing things a bit because they’re getting too jumbled…so that’s how I’d use the bag! Perfect for seam rippers and rotary cutters and other tools!

    Many thanks!

  • Abie

    I’m from Georgia, and I would use this bag to hold my work supplies (laptop cord, pens, etc.)

    abigail.lee {at} gmail.com

  • Kaitlin M

    I’m in Ontario, Canada. I think that would make a great project bag for embroidery or knitting projects.

  • Kessilari

    Ah, that looks so cool! I’m commenting from WA, and I would probably put my paper pieces/piecing supplies in it. Pulling out your kit and having all your pieces be folded/crushed is the worst thing ever.

  • Shannon

    I’ve been wanting to make these for my two boys to carry toothbrushes, etc when they go to Grandma & Grandpa’s house. So if I won, I would give it to one of the boys & be inspired to sew another one! Thank you for the giveaway!

  • Liesel

    I would love to use this bag to hold all of my pens and markers for scrapbooking. I’m posting from Columbus, OH.

  • Jocelyn

    I am from the Sunshine State of Florida. And I would use that great little bag for traveling. I can see it being so useful. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Camille

    Camille from Texas. I think it would make a perfect bag to throw essentials in when switching purses. Or hand stitch patterns.

  • amye

    so cute! i am commenting from texas and i would use this adorable bag for my little boys asthma medicine. xo

  • Emily

    Hello – I’m from Seattle and I think I would pop a summer knitting project in one of your adorable bags! Thanks for hosting!

  • Geri

    I’m commenting from beautiful Whitby, ON. I love the yellow toaster fabric and would use the box bag to stash my electronics cords (chargers, power cords, USB cords, etc.) when I’m travelling. I’d sure love to win it!

  • Jesse

    Hi Dani!! I love your designs! I would definitely put a pair of WIP socks in there ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m commenting from Montana!

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚
    Jesse (oocha on Instagram!)

  • Janine

    I’d select that pretty blue fabric. How gorgeous is your bag!
    I’m writing from my kitchen table on Awaji island, Japan and I would use this lovely box pouch to hold my yoyo making supplies now, and hexagon supplies later, once I learn how to make hexies.