Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Today, April 15th, we are Giving Away... (PRIZE CLAIMED)


Over $75.00 Worth of Beautiful Material from The Material Girls Quilts

Let’s sing it together,

“Living in a material world
And I am a material girl
You know that we are living in a material world
And I am a material girl.”

Are you a material girl? Do you love to design, create, and sew using gorgeous, high-quality material? Is there a sewing project such as a quilt, apron, skirt, or baby blanket that you have kept on the back burner because you have not yet found the perfect fabric? Well bring that project to the front burner because today I am going to introduce you to the beautiful fabric of The Material Girls Quilts. And guess what? They are giving some of it away!! For free. To you. If you are our lucky winner. Yipee!

The Material Girls Quilts is located in South Jordan, Utah. My mom frequents The Material Girls Quilts quite often and she has assured me that they have some of the finest fabric available. And believe me, my mom knows her fabric. But you do not have to live in Utah to own some of The Material Girls Quilts' material. You can order fabric and much more from their online store. Here's just a sample of what they offer:
Beautiful Fabric (this is a Jelly Roll from Moda)


Kits of all kinds (such as quilt, clothing, bag, and apron kits)

Books and Magazines (I like to include these with a gift for my mom on Mother’s Day or birthdays)

And much, much more. Visit The Material Girls Quilts online store here to discover all their amazing products.

Today The Material Girls Quilts is giving away A Jelly Cake which is a Jelly Roll, Layer Cake, and Charm Pack (valued at over $75.00). This is such an awesome giveaway—a seamstress’s dream. But maybe some of you aren’t seamstresses, and that’s okay. But I bet know you someone who is. And maybe that someone is your mom (Mother’s Day is around the corner) or a friend, or a sister. You should enter to win and then you can give the prize to them. Or better yet, enter to win, and then call them and let them know about today’s giveaway so that they can enter too. They will be so grateful.
They will also be grateful to know that The Material Girls Quilts is offering a 20% DISCOUNT off of one regular priced item. This is good through April 22. To redeem, you must say that you are a follower of Give Away Today upon check-out.

Today you can enter to win the Jelly Cake from The Material Girls Quilts up to THREE times.

For one entry, leave your first and last name in a comment.
Example: Jane Doe

For a second entry visit The Material Girls Quilts here. Look at all of their beautiful products--including their fabric. Then come back to Give Away Today and in a NEW comment tell us your first and last name and your favorite product.
Example: Jane Doe: Gypsy Rose Jelly Roll

For a third entry, in a NEW comment tell us your first and last name and an item you have given to someone that you made for them out of fabric OR something special that you own that someone has made for you out of fabric. And this isn’t a requirement for the third entry, but if you want to show us all a picture of this special item, we’d love to see it! Do a post about your special item on your blog and leave your url with your comment so that we can visit your blog. Be sure to do a link back to Give Away Today in your blog post.
Example: Jane Doe: Each of my four children currently sleeps under a beautiful quilt that my mom made for them. On each of their quilts my mom has placed a little tag that says “Made with Love by Grandma Faye”. I love and cherish my children’s quilts. And those are just four of the quilts I treasure. I have at least two others. I believe quilts are gifts that can be treasured for a lifetime.

The winner of the Jelly Cake from The Material Girls Quilts will be announced tomorrow Thursday, April 16th. Please visit us then to see if you are our winner and to check out our new giveaway for the day. Thank you to everyone who entered our Mother’s Day Contest. The entries are now closed. We will announce our finalists right here on Give Away Today on April 27, 28, and 29th. You, our wonderful readers, will choose our Mother’s Day winners.

2605 Comments:

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alli said...

Allison Price

Jen K said...

Jennifer Keyes

Jen K said...

Jennifer Keyes: a quilt for my babies made by their great grandma

Mandy said...

Mandy Brenchley

Robin said...

Robin Sessoms

Robin said...

Robin Sessoms: Oh Cherry Oh Jelly Roll

Mandy said...

Mandy Brenchley- tranquility charm pack

The Dixon Family! said...

Brittany Dixon

alli said...

Allison Price: Gypsy Rose Layer Cake

Amberlee said...

Amberlee Taylor

The Dixon Family! said...

Brittany Dixon: More Retro Aprons LOVE THEM!

Robin said...

Robin Sessoms: a quilt made serveral generation in my husbands family. It may not be the best, but it has many layers of love being shown for family members

Amberlee said...

Amberlee Taylor- I made a quilt for my mom for Christmas

The Dixon Family! said...

Brittany Dixon: My girls blankets from their Mimi :)

Amberlee said...

Amberlee Taylor- tranquility charm pack

Janelle said...

Janelle Dudley

HappyHodges said...

Mindy Hodges

Janelle said...

Janelle Dudley: Each of my children has a crib sized quilt made by my mother and I.

Anonymous said...

Kristine Jessop

Anonymous said...

Stephanie Leonard

Anonymous said...

Stephanie Leonard: Swanky Jelly roll

Anonymous said...

Kristine Jessop- I made some warm patchwork scarves for my neighbors.

Anonymous said...

Stephanie Leonard: I have made a quilt for each of my daughters.

HappyHodges said...

Mindy Hodges; Baby dot to dot quilt kit!

Anonymous said...

Natali Stevenson

Katie said...

Katie Clover

Anonymous said...

Natalie Elrod

Anonymous said...

Megan McGinity, Domestic Goddess Amy Butler apron pattern.

HappyHodges said...

Mindy Hodges; A few years back my talented cousin Jenn made me a patch work quilt to match my bed room. It is so cute and I still love to snuggle up with it!

Anonymous said...

Megan McGinity, I love making birb clothes and bibs for friends who have just had babies! Practical and thoughtful.

Maria Kendall said...

Maria Kendall

Megs said...

Meghan Staples

Karen said...

Karen Mwins

Anonymous said...

Kristine Jessop- Jelly Roll-Zippity doo dah

GivensFam said...

Heather Givens

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne

GivensFam said...

heather givens; i love making quilts so i made one for my baby girl

Megs said...

Meghan Staples: Swanky jelly roll

Janelle said...

Janelle dudley Objects of desire jelly roll

Megs said...

Meghan Staples: a purse made without a pattern

Summer said...

Summer Andrus

Anonymous said...

Jessica Shaw

Sadie said...

Sadie Lyman

GivensFam said...

Heather Givens;oh cherry oh jelly roll

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne
Jelly Roll › Soiree

Sadie said...

Sadie Lyman: Christmas quilt from my mother in law that I love hanging up every Christmas

Anonymous said...

Jessica Shaw: I made a Superman cape for my 4 year old nephew. It was a disaster, but he loved it.

Julie said...

Julie Panter

Jill Ann said...

Jill Swensen

Kristy said...

Kristy Pollard

terri said...

Terri Klocinski

Kjersten said...

Kjersten Vandenberghe

Sadie said...

Sadie Lyman: baby dot to dot quilt

Summer said...

Summer Andrus - My mom made me a great diaper bag out of some blue flower fabric. It is way better than my store bought one! She's making me another one in black and white!

Susan said...

Susan LaMontagne - a Tag blanket for my daughter my mom helped me make it.

kattydid said...

Kaydee Sorensen

kattydid said...

kaydee sorensen tranquility jelly roll

Sara.In.TX said...

Sara Wright

Robin said...

Robin Rogers

Jan said...

jan sanderson

Laurel said...

Laurel Stein

Hilary said...

Hilary Anderson

Stacy said...

Stacy Hansen

Leslie said...

Leslie Gosney

Anonymous said...

Diane Crowther

Leslie said...

Leslie Gosney: Objects of Desire Jelly Roll

Jan said...

jan sanderson: gypsy rose layer cake

Jill Ann said...

Jill Swensen: Jelly Roll-Swanky

Tara said...

Tara Smith

Kristine and Mark said...

Kristine Whitehaed

Jan said...

jan sanderson: aprons

Marilyn said...

Marilyn Hanuschik

Kristine and Mark said...

Kristine Whitehead:baby dot to dot kit

Ali said...

Ali Broadbent

terri said...

Terri Klocinski I made my first quilt when I was 16 and I still love to make quilts 40 years later.

Deborah said...

Deborah Andreasen

Tara said...

Tara Smith: Zippity doo dah charm pack

The Frampton's said...

Micklena Frampton

The Frampton's said...

Micklena Frampton: Flag Day Farm

Laurel said...

Laurel Stein: I love Swanky by Moda - how had I not seen that fabric before?

Deborah said...

Deborah Andreasen: Absolutely apron

Tara said...

Tara Smith: My mother is very talented at the sewing machine and would always make my Easter dresses when I was growing up!

The Frampton's said...

Micklena Frampton: My mom has made every single blanket I own. They all mean so much to me. ;)

Katy said...

katy mcgee

Shannon said...

Shannon Watson

Kelsey said...

Kelsey Hansen

Ali said...

Ali Broadbent: Jelly Roll Swanky

Laurel said...

Laurel Stein: I love to make purses / diaper bags and give them to my friends. We sit down and plan out exactly what they want, go fabric shopping together, and then I make them a bag! These always turn out better than the ones I make for myself... I don't know why!

Mandy said...

Mandy Angus

Kelsey said...

Kelsey Hansen: the cutest quilt ever for my baby girl from a co-worker

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe

Mandy said...

Mandy Angus: Soiree Jelly Roll

Sara.In.TX said...

Sara Wright : Oh Cherry Oh Charm Pack

Scrap It Up (a.k.a. Kendahl) said...

Kendahl Andrade

Anonymous said...

Kellie Hull

Love My Three Bugs said...

Bethany Thompson

Jenna said...

Jenna Jensen

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe: My mother in law made each of my 3 daughters' blessing gowns. One is crochet, one is a cotton victorian style and one is satin.

Gibbs Family said...

Megan Gibbs

Jenna said...

Jenna Jensen: any of the jelly rolls are beautiful

Mandy said...

Mandy Angus: I made both of my children quilts for their beds.

Deborah said...

Deborah Andreasen: My husband's grandma died last year, she was 92. I was so sad because she'd made all of the great-grandkids a quilt, and my husband and I aren't able to get pregnant. I knew we'd never have a great-grandma baby blanket and it broke my heart. My grandpa pulled my husband and I aside a few months ago and handed us a big bag. Inside was a baby quilt. Grandma had made it before she died in hopes that we'd get to use it. Words cannot describe. I pray that I will get to use it.

Anonymous said...

Melani Clark

Sonja said...

Sonja Long

Anonymous said...

Diane Crowther: zippity doo dah

Jenna said...

Jenna Jensen: my mother is an amazing quilt designer and has made a beatiful baby art quilt for both of my boys complete with a dedication tag. They love them!

Thelma said...

Thelma Davis

The Armantrout family said...

Cami Armantrout

Marilyn said...

Marilyn Hanuschik: Zippity doo dah charm pack

Scrap It Up (a.k.a. Kendahl) said...

Kendahl Andrade: Oh Cherry Oh Jelly Roll

Anonymous said...

Kellie Hull - Zippety Do Dah

Kelsey said...

Kelsey Hansen: Swanky Jelly Roll

Hilary said...

Hilary Anderson: A Charm Pack in Swanky

Brenda said...

Brenda Murray

Scrap It Up (a.k.a. Kendahl) said...

Kendahl Andrade: My grandma makes all of us grandkids blankets, one person gets one a year, and I absolutely love when it's my turn! I sleep with the latest blanket every night.

Anonymous said...

Kellie Hull - I made a baby quilt for my sister's first baby. It's now been through 4 boys and they love it! It's so soft and broken in :)

Sara.In.TX said...

Sara Wright: My grandmother just recently presented me with an Iris quilt. She made 16 quilts in various patterns, one for each granddaughter. I will treasure it always!

Veronica said...

Veronica Jacklin

Sonja said...

Sonja Long - any of the Zippity Doo Dah fabrics.

Karley said...

karley simmons

Jill Ann said...

Jill Swensen: This is the most recent I've made.

Anonymous said...

jessica larsen

Cheryl said...

Cheryl Bowe: I love the handbag patterns all of them

Karley said...

karley simmons : pincushion posies - ADORABLE!!

Veronica said...

Veronica Jacklin:Hello Betty

adamnkara said...

Kara Jensen

Anonymous said...

jessica larsen: soiree jelly roll

adamnkara said...

Kara Jensen-Soiree

Valeta said...

Valeta Brown

Julie said...

Julie Panter: Candy Kisses Layer Cake

jen said...

Jennifer Brune

Anonymous said...

jessica larsen: a quilt put together by me and all my family for my bridal shower

Stacy said...

Stacy Hansen: a quilt I made my husband while we were dating. Its now my kids favorite blanket to cuddle under while watching tv.

Stacie Peterson said...

Stacie Peterson

Karley said...

karley simmons : a quilt made by my mom on our bed that is worn out and even though she has given us a new one it is my husband that won't part with the tattered one :)

Stacy said...

Stacy Hansen: Sweet jelly roll

Stacie Peterson said...

Stacie Peterson: Tranquility Jelly Roll

Mandy said...

Mandy Call

Marilyn said...

Marilyn Hanuschik: A couple of the recent things I've made is a seat cover for under car seats and a dress for my daughter. You can see some of my creations on my blog www.kraftymum.blogspot.com

Melanie said...

Melanie Egbert

terri said...

Terri Klocinski Flag day farm jelly roll

Stacie Peterson said...

Stacie Peterson: My Mom and I made a quilt for my first baby.

Sandi said...

Sandi Edgar

Valeta said...

Valeta Brown: tranquility jelly roll

Rach said...

Rachel Crosby

Julie said...

Julie Panter: We have countless quilts from Grandma, two of which are the bedspreads for my daughters beds. Every quilt is embroidered with grandma's name.

Rach said...

Rachel Crosby - Merry Go Round Quilt Patter

The Armantrout family said...

Cami Armantrout, a baby quilt from grammy

Mandy said...

Mandy Call: Swanky jelly roll

Arrie said...

Arrie Lugar

Valeta said...

Valeta Brown: for mother's day last year I made my mom a tote bag with red and blue fabrics.

ppdett said...

Jamie Dettling

Sherrill said...

Sherrill Cushing

Hilary said...

Hilary Anderson: All the time I was growing up a quilt made for my mom by some of her friends when she was pregnant with me hung on my wall. Now it hangs on the wall in my daughters' room, alongside a quilt my mom made for them to hang. I love to snuggle in homemade quilts in the winter, but having a handmade quilt on the wall all year long reminds me of the love that was stitched into it!

Frank, Heidi and Family said...

Heidi Cole

Brenda said...

Brenda Murray: Tranquility Jelly ROll

Sandi said...

Sandi Edgar: Flag day farm jelly roll

Shanny said...

Shannon Blockburger

Sherrill said...

Sherrill Cushing: Soiree Jelly Roll

Frank, Heidi and Family said...

Heidi Cole: Zippidy Dooh Dah Jelly Roll

Anne said...

Anne Molino

Sandi said...

Sandi Edgar: my aunt knitted a queen size afghan for our wedding- its beautiful!

Cari said...

Cari Hozian

Rach said...

Rachel Crosby - I made 3 "I Spy Quilts" for Christmas.

http://flcrosbys.blogspot.com/2009/01/sewing-sewing-sewing.html

The Armantrout family said...

Cami Armantrout, Mitered Corner Blanket Kit

Anonymous said...

Laurie Higgs

Frank, Heidi and Family said...

Heidi Cole:My mom made a beautiful helly kitty quilt for my first and only daughter.

H.Ingram said...

Holly Ingram

Anonymous said...

Savannah Wilson

reddquilter said...

Becky Lambert

Anonymous said...

Stella Thayn

Shanny said...

Shannon Blockburger: Zippity doo dah jelly roll

Anonymous said...

Beverly Powell

reddquilter said...

Becky Lambert---any "Layer Cake"

Mandy said...

Mandy Call: my mom made me a beautiful log cabin quilt that has been on my bed since the day she completed it. She made matching curtains and pillows that have been wonderful accessories to my bedroom!

steph said...

stephanie pedersen

Melanie said...

Melanie Egbert: Jelly Roll---Flag Day Farm

Maddy said...

Maddy Egbert

Angela said...

Angela Hodges

haley said...

haley anderson

reddquilter said...

Becky Lambert---quilt for a granddaughter in Alabama

Christina said...

christina wandry

Anonymous said...

Emily Croft

Christina said...

christina wandry: swanky jelly roll

Shanny said...

Shannon Blockburger: multiple quilts from my grandma, for our wedding, and our daughter's birth

H.Ingram said...

Holly Ingram: Tranquility Jelly Roll

Melanie said...

Melanie Egbert: quilts my mother-in-law makes for each of our children when they are born. Very special to us.

Angela said...

Angela Hodges: Jelly Roll- Soiree

Maddy said...

Maddy Egbert: Swanky or Soiree

Christina said...

christina wandry: i am currently working on a bedding set for my baby girl that will join us in a couple months.

Sherrill said...

Sherrill Cushing- My grandmother crochet me a Doilie when I got married that I put on the table for a centerpiece. My children spilt red punch on it. I told my grandmother if she made me a new one I hang it up where it couldn't get ruined. It has been hanging in a frame in my entry ever since. I think of her often as I see it.

H.Ingram said...

Holly Ingram: an apron for a good friend as a house warming gift when they moved to a new place

Anonymous said...

Savannah Wilson Swanky Jelly Roll

Suzanne said...

Suzanne Greer

steph said...

stephanie pedersen : beach house

Suzanne said...

Suzanne Greer: Tranquility Jelly Roll

Anonymous said...

Stella Thay zipty do dah jelly roll

Suzanne said...

Suzanne Greer: A birthday outfit for my little girl

Maddy said...

Maddy Egbert: My husband's grandma makes everyone a quilt when they get married, but as she's getting older it's harder for her to hand quilt them. Our was the last quilt she ever hand quilted because we dated for 2 years and everyone was just waiting for us to get married :)

Anonymous said...

Gene Wilson

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