Monday, October 4, 2010

The Big Give-a-Way

Hello, Hello,

Check out all of those boxes that went out last week! Whew, loads of shipping, it was really great to see it head out after six months of work. Stores are slowly getting there buttons and fabric. I have started a list and in a few days I will give you all a list of where you can find them.

I have some fabric and buttons to give away. I decided instead of giving three smaller prizes, I would give one big ol'huge prize. Wouldn't you love to be the winner of this? You get a fat quarter of all 27 of my fabrics and some buttons. Leave me a comment and you'll be entered. Also while you're leaving me the comment, let me know what you would make with all of that fabric. I will choose a winner randomly so don't worry about your answer, I'm just curious.

This is yet, another big week for Jennifer Jangles. Holiday newsletter start this Wednesday! I can't believe that it's October. How did that happen? So I am scurrying around here like one of Santa's helpers getting beads pulled and ready for Etsy. I've got some new ones planned as well as kits and jewelry. It's so exciting! I know some of you are thinking it's way too early for this but I spotted Christmas decorations this weekend when I was in Atlanta. Crazy eh?

Let's see you have until next Sunday to enter the give away. It might be confusing but there will be another give away on Wednesday, that one is part of the holiday newsletters. Get signed up if you're not already.

Happy Monday!
Jennifer

54 comments:

  1. I would love to have fat quarters of your new fabrics. I would make a crazy quilt for my son with them!!

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  2. Hi Jen! What a generous gift!!! I would love to have these...I would make a scrappy quilt for my bedroom. Love all the bold colors!

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  3. Wow thats such a Wonderful Giveaway!! Well if I Won I would make a quilt! Some nice design and put prarie points on the edges. Wonderful wonderful! Thank you for this chance! I sure do Love your buttons too,

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  4. You know I don't sew. Not even with duct tape. But I would use a little of the fabric in some bezels under resin and string them up with a few of your fantastic beads to boot.

    The rest I would gift to my friend Jeanne, WhimsyJ, who makes the most incredible soft sculpture dolls with all sorts off colors and patterns and these funny sayings on them. My personal favorite is the one that says "My inner critic is incompetent"!

    Thanks for the great givewaway Jen! I am so excited for you!

    Enjoy the day!
    Erin

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  5. What bright, fun fabric! I'd love to make some placemats and napkins to liven up the dinner table.

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  6. Oh man, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win your new fabric. I've been eying it ever since you previewed it. I see some bags and a couple of camera straps, and maybe a really fun quilt. Oh the possibilities.

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  7. Not sure what I would make but I am sure that it would be HAPPY!!!!

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  8. I wish ALL those boxes were on their way to my house.

    I would love to win those fat quarters. I would really put a fire under my butt to finally start that quilt I promised my daughter two years ago.

    Bad Mommy!

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  9. I would make a lap quilt for myself with those fabrics. I love them, so pretty!

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  10. I'd probably have to pull out my sewing machine again and make a quilt for me this winter! That would be great! Thanks for doing this.

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  11. Oh to own such wonderful fabric and buttons!! I would make a vest or pocket book or....I can't imagine the possibilities!!

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  12. I'm hard pressed to decide, a crazy quilt or a fun tote bag or some throw pillows for my day bed in the bead room?

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  13. I might keep a few pieces for myself, but I'd give them to my sister, who is the only one in our family who really sews. It would be a kickin' Christmas present...

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  14. Oh, I really like that fabric and I think I'd sew a bag using some strips and a child's quilt.
    Thanks for offering this beautiful prize.
    Betty

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  15. What a great giveaway! I am determined to take a quilting class, and if all of that wonderful fabric came my way, that would be all the more reason to go out and do it!!

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  16. I would love to win! I am just learning to sew so not sure what i would make, but have seen so many things i want to try!

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  17. Oh my, I would be making a Happy quilted purse, and fabric beads to be mixed with black onyx stones and one of your big round pendants I have.

    I wanna win! Thanks Jen for being so generous.

    sandi

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  18. You know I would be making clothes for my baby grand-daughter and of course aprons, bags and purses for me! I want to step out in this fabric!! Lynn from Miami

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  19. Jennifer, I would make a wall hanging. I was just looking at my bare bedroom wall this weekend and thinking it would be a great place to hang a quilt. Hope luck favors me. Your very generous.

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  20. I think that all of those fun colors could make lovely table cloths for my backyard wedding next year, or perhaps a very colorful and fun quilt for my guest bedroom.

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  21. Hi, Jennifer and congratulations on your awesome new venture! I think a fun quilted vest and an apron to wear at this years Christmas Cookie exchange would be great! My friend Carol will do the sewing for me. But I would definitely make some clothing to use the great buttons, too!

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  22. Jennifer,
    Your designs are amazing. I am new to quilting and can't wait to get my hands on some of your fabric to make something. The colors/textures/it's all great! Love it!!!

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  23. I am not really sure what I would do but just the thought of all those bright colors makes me smile

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  24. I love your fabric. I would make bags. Oh the pretty bags I could make!!

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  25. I think I would make some fun throw pillow for my sofa. Plus I might try piecing several together to make a little skirt for my favourite 4 year old. Evenif I dinn`t make anything, they would be lovely to look at.

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  26. Chloe and I would LOVE to have some of your fabric to play with! I think we would make some pillows for starters. Then I could maybe do some bead embroidery on some of it and make some sort of thing (frame, framed, stuffed, not quite sure) to put up on her walls or around her windows… Maybe some cool dresses for her or her dolls… We would have SO much fun!

    I am SO proud of you Jen! Look at all that work you finished (with helping hands - but still!). And I walked into Lowes the other day and they had all their Christmas decorations up - Hooray!!! I can't wait either!

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  27. I want to make two fabric tool bags for all our precious hammers. Also a turning twenty quilt. You take twenty fat quarters and stack them, cut them into sqs and rect. and shuffle and sew back together.

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  28. I want to make two fabric tool bags for all our precious hammers. Also a turning twenty quilt. You take twenty fat quarters and stack them, cut them into sqs and rect. and shuffle and sew back together.

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  29. I would definitely use your fabric for a quilt. My mother in law would love the blue fat quarters. I really want to get some fabric so I can include it in my quilting bee blocks!

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  30. I know what I would do with all that lovely fabric. Nothing....simply collect it and look at it and touch it...Then maybe some day use it for something fun.....Hugs, Diane

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  31. As other have said, this would be so fun and very generous. The creative forces are whirling, expecting a new grandbaby in March and would be so fun to make a special quilt.

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  32. I really love the bright, cheerful colours of all your items. Puts a smile on my face and makes me feel happy! I have a 'thing' for bags, zippered pouches and coushins. With so much lovely fabric, I think I would be able to do all those things.

    Thanks for hosting such a wonderfully generous giveaway!

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  33. Wahoo! That's a lot of boxes!
    The fabric colors are gorgeous! I would gift the fabric onto some friends who quilt but I think I would keep the buttons for me...they would make some fun pendants!
    Bead Happy!
    Michelle

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  34. Your fabric and buttons are so fun!! I love the buttons for jewelry as well as clothes. As a quilter - I would make a fun quilt with the fat quarters. It would be so lively and happy!!

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  35. Jennifer, what cute, happy fabric. Would love to win the fat quarters. Thanks.jonesjo at g mail dotcom

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  36. What a wonderful give away!! If I won I would probably make a baby quilt. We make and donate to local hospitals. I think the bright colors and patterns would be just perfect!!

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  37. What a fun bright & whimsical line of fabrics. It would make my heart "sing" to be sewing a quilt or little skirt for my 3 yr. old granddaughter, Chloe Jane.
    Love the buttons too! They would add such a great touch.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  38. Definitely a child's quilt! Maybe for a friend's child or for a child on the Angel Tree at Christmas.

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  39. I am so glad I can find your fabric here in RI. What an excellent give away!! I think I'd make some funky new Christmas stockings, that would jazz things up a bit, maybe a few buttons to finish it off. Fill with some jewelry made with your beads and, what a great gift!!

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  40. Oh my goodness! I have been out of the loop for several months and look what I come back to! Awesome!! I have been making raggedy quilts and bags. Your fabric will be great for both of these. I just need to figure out where Fruitland, Missouri is!!!

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  41. All your goodies make me feel so bright & happy, & on top of the world!Actually, I went to your shop to buy some buttons, but it seems the cupboard is bare. Are you going to be making any new buttons in the coming weeks??

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  42. The buttons are just screaming to be Spring/Summer 2011 jewelry. And fabric - I make smallish textile art and I'd LOVE to incorporate your fabrics!

    It's an extremely generous giveaway - thanks for the opportunity to enter!

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  43. I'd make Christmas Ornaments and a matching skirt with these great coordinating fabrics and the Jangle beads that I have in my stash. Wouldn't that put the Merry in Christmas this year!

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  44. i love all your comments and great sewing ideas! It's super fun to hear them all.

    Thanks for all the comments, it makes me want to win the fabric too.

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  45. I am glad to see others are thinking Christmas too. I have been working on some projects also. It's convenient that there are red and green fabrics in this line, eh?

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  46. I would have to make fabulous "monkey businss" bags for myself and my 2 daughters, Britty (18) and Sarah (15). The pattern is from Atkinson designs and their new groovy girls program. The fabric just "feels" GROOVY and the buttons are so much fun! It just makes me feel HaPPy!

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  47. I've just discovered your blog - it's great! And I love your new fabric line - very fun! If I won, I would make some kind of quilt - no pattern in mind yet. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  48. Love your fabrics! I"ll make a few lap quilts, one for me and the rest for Hospice.

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  49. Thanks Jen. I love your fabric and your artistic style. Please count me in...I have plenty of good ideas to put such nice fabric to good use!

    Francine

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  50. Love the new fabric. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter, she's been asking for one with butterflies and I would also make her some pajamas to match.

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  51. what an AMAZING giveaway!!

    i would use your fat quarters in a lot of my mixed media cards and tags and would love to use them in banners that i make.

    jan
    polkadotbarn@gmail.com

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  52. Besides fondling your new fabric, I would love to make cute quilts for my three grand-daughters. the name is most apprpiate, too.

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  53. I would make curtains with the fabrics and necklaces with the buttons.

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  54. I love your fabrics! I am Happy to know that they are sold in a few stores in western MA that are convenient to me. (And I have purchased your ceramic beads at Bead and Button.)

    I would be very HAPPY to win the fat quarters and I would make exciting, new curtains for my black and white themed kitchen.

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