Sew Mama Sew Giveaway – My New Pattern + Lots of Fabric!



Tic Tac Toe, three in a row!  Introducing my first pattern!  I’m excited to finally be able to show you a pattern that will be showing up at your local fabric and quilt shop soon.

This pattern is debuting today which coincides with the annual giveaway
day from the great folks at Sew, Mama, Sew!
  The pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions on how to make this floor game quilt.  This is a perfect beginner’s pattern and a great gift to give little ones.  In my  giveaway, you’ll receive the pattern along with this lovely stack of  “treasures and tidbts” fabrics courtesy of Robert Kaufman. 


It’s quite a nice stack and certainly enough to make your own tic tac toe game for the kids in your life.  To enter to win the pattern and fabrics, just leave a comment, telling me who you might make this game for.  You have until the 25th to enter!  Good luck to everyone, and thanks for stopping by

Edited to add that comments are now closed and that the winner is…..

Kristy – Hopeful Threads |  May 23, 2011 at 11:11 am

LOVE this pattern! What a great giveaway! Can you email me a link where the pattern can be purchased in case I’m not so lucky to win? I didn’t see one. Keeping my fingers crossed on this one, my kiddos would love this and it would be safe for them to play around baby…unlike the beads they are working with right now! ugh! ;)

I’ll be emailing you!!!

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468 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway – My New Pattern + Lots of Fabric!

  1. I would love to win this fabric & pattern & would make it for my sister’s family, they would have lots of fun with it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. That’s a really cool game pattern! Great idea! (Nice fabric too) Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. I’d make it for my goddaughter, she’s a little young at almost 3, but by the time I’ve finished cutting and sewing she’d probably be old enough!

  4. nice to hear from you now and then…sounds like you are quite a busy lady. thanks for this giveaway and congratulations on this pattern!
    your girls are getting so big!!

  5. My 5 year old grandson loves to play tic tac toe and he would love this! Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Wow Tina! Congrats on the pattern!!

    I would definitely make this for my cousins’ two little girls. They’re 8 and 5 and would totally have fun playing this.

  7. No doubt about it, I would make this for my 6 year old. He is constantly challenging me to tic tac toe matches.

    Thanks for the chance!

  8. Hi friend,
    I like this fun game and to have an opportunity to win this would be even more fun! I would make this for my grandaughter but know the whole family will play with this.
    Thank you,
    > Michele

  9. i have toddler twin boys! we make many of their own toys, so we would definitely use this! i also love kaufman fabric. what an awesome giveaway!!!

  10. My kids would love this prize!!! :o)
    It would make some great brithday presents, too…
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  11. That is SO CUTE!! So creative! I’d love to win the fabrics and the pattern, my little cousins would love it! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  12. I would make this for my husband’s cousin and family – they are the only ones I know with kids (so far)

  13. I love the idea of this–the more keeping kids away from TV and video games, the better! I don’t have kids, but I have kids I babysit who are 7 and 5, and I’m sure they’d love it.

  14. If I won…. I would make and donate to the Childrens Ministry at my church, something I know they would adore and could really use.

  15. I would make this for my nephew who is really into moving things and putting them in their place. He would love this.

  16. What a fun pattern AND fabric. I think I’d make the game for my neighbors–they’ll be old enough, soon!

  17. Tina, Your pattern is really fun. I think it’s time to get the fabrics out and make one for my granddaughter. Keep up the good work and congratulations.

    -Jill

  18. I would make this for my twins – they’re toddlers now so probably not quite ready to understand tic-tac-toe yet, but they would love playing with the pieces for now, and later they’ll grow into it.

  19. If I won, I would make the game for my two nieces. They would love it! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

  20. I would make this game for my two nieces so that when they sleep over again we can play it together!

  21. So cute! I would make this for my little boy, who isn’t old enough to play tick tack toe yet, but time is flying by and he would probably be old enough by the time I got it made! ;)

  22. I would most likely make this for my niece. She is five and loves to play games. Thanks for the chance to win!

  23. I was just thinking the other day that my oldest son might be ready for an introduction to tic-tac-toe…and if he’s not (he is only 3), he’ll still get a kick out of arranging the pillows in the squares…

  24. Great giveaway – thanks for the chance! I have three boys at home that would LOVE the tic-tac-toe game.

  25. My seven year old would ADORE this game! She plays tic tac toe with her Papa every chance she can get. Thanks for the opportunity!

  26. Oooooo. beautiful fabric and I would make it for my first grand child who is due in June of course. Eve

  27. I would make this for my three little ones! I’ve been working on making lots of their play things and this would be a great addition!

  28. I would make this for my kids when we are stuck inside because of the weather-they would love it!

  29. I would make this for my two little boys. My two year old would love to play the game, and my nine month old would love to try to steal it from him! ;)

  30. I would make the Tic Tac Toe quilt for my 3 year old grandson. He is just really starting to get interested in playing games. He would like this. Thanks for the giveaway of pattern and lovely fabrics.

  31. I’m 18 weeks pregnant so toys won’t be needed for a little while but I could certainly get started. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

  32. Seflishly I have a 3 yr old that I would make the first one for!! But my excuse would be that I would need to test the pattern out before I make it for gifts ;)

  33. LOVE this pattern! What a great giveaway! Can you email me a link where the pattern can be purchased in case I’m not so lucky to win? I didn’t see one. Keeping my fingers crossed on this one, my kiddos would love this and it would be safe for them to play around baby…unlike the beads they are working with right now! ugh! ;)

  34. i’d make it for my future neice or nephew! my SIL is pregnant and i knit her a baby sweater, but i know there’s much more little kid things i’d love to make for them!

  35. I would make this for my toddlers. I’m sure they would end up throwing them at each other, but that’s half the fun!

  36. Great giveaway!
    I’d make it for my little guy to play with all of his cousins!
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

  37. I have four kids that would have a blast! Thanks for the chance! thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com.

  38. My kids are getting just a little old for tic-tac-toe — I’d make it for my best friend’s first daughter. They just had a second child and I think Big Sister needs something special to feel loved.

  39. I would make the game for my two crazy kiddos, they would love it! And I love that fabric, one of my favorite new lines!

  40. I love the Tic Tac Toe game; wish my kids were still young enough to enjoy stuff like that!. The fabric pack is great; I so love bright colors. :)

  41. I would definitely be making this for my 4 yr old to go along with the counting bean bag game I just made him. By the way, today is his birthday so how cool would it be to win this one?!

  42. hmm, i don’t have any kids in my life and my dog eats anything left on the floor. i’d love to use the fabric for a quilt, though, and maybe give the pattern away on my blog.

  43. I work in Elementary school, I’d make it for our focal K-2 class.
    Love that fabric. Thanks for the chance.

  44. I would make this apttern for my daughter! and bring it to the beach with us and her little friends!

  45. I’d make it for my son and husband to play together. That should keep them busy and give me 10 minutes for more quilting!

  46. How cute! I’ve got lots of littles I could make it for… my niece, my great-nephew, a couple of friends, my own gosh-darn kid… Thanks for the chance! :)

  47. Very cool. My kids are the perfect ages to enjoy some tic tac toe (2 and 4). I’d make it for them, for sure. Thanks!
    kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  48. I love this! I would definately make this for my daughters who are tic tac toe FREAKS!!! they are always playing it whew the paper!

  49. My little brother and sister would love this game! And when they would start a fight over it, the pillows will soft and not big enough to suffocate anyone ;)

  50. I would make it for a tennis friend’s 3 children to play with. She’s an amazing SAHM to 3 children. (Love the dresses you made the girls and your post on Lisette patterns has put it on my to get list)

  51. Lovely giveaway! There are a couple sweet kids that go to our church that would love this game. :)

  52. I think this will go great at the Williams day picnic this year. made with coolest fabrics! Thanks great idea. when your at a picnic all games go it seams. LOL

  53. That’s a fantastic pattern and giveaway! I would make this and use it at school for my elementary school kids (and in the summer at my house!).

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  54. My niece has a little boy, and will have a little girl this summer. I would make this for my little great nephew! The fabric is just fabulous!
    Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day!

  55. I have six kiddos ages 3-13 who would love to play some Tic-Tac-Toe…….what a nifty pattern!

  56. I would definitely make this game quilt for my little nieces and nephews – an 8 year old girl, 4 year old boy, and 2 year old girl :) They are the best kids :) I love to make them things since I do not have any of my own :)

    thanks for your giveaway! :D
    jenny

  57. I’m an adult and I want to make the pattern for myself. It would be totally fun to play with when friends come over. hehe.
    and i love the fabric

  58. Would be great to make for the grandson who will be coming from Hong Kong for a summer visit. With the hot summers we have here in Texas, I am always on the lookout for indoor activity ideas

    thanks for the opportunity

  59. Well, all of my friends are having babies or have toddlers, so I could make this for any number of people. Cute prints too.

  60. What cute fabrics and a wonderful idea! I would make this up for the many children that come visit us. We have kids in our home almost constantly. Blessings

  61. Oh, I’d love to make this for my little great nephew!
    orders (at) youmansfamily (dot) com

  62. This is awesome! Thanks for hosting a giveaway!
    I would make this project for my son ( also, for me, but mostly for him :P)

  63. I would make it for my kids. They’re a little young but their cousins and friends would enjoy it in the meantime

  64. My kids would love this! Congratulations on your first pattern. =]

    Thank you for the chance to win!
    searchingoutsimple at comcast dot net

  65. I love the fabric you have chosen. I would make the game quilt for my great grandchildren. They are all young enough to enjoy. Thank you for hosting a giveaway.

  66. I would make this for my kids…though I think the x’s and o’s might become baby doll pillows pretty quick!

  67. I would make this for a little boy named Elliot who is the cutest thing and just learning to walk :)

  68. What a cute idea ! I’d make this for my own daughters ( and maybe another later for a gift for my nephews!). Thanks for the giveaway !

  69. I have 3 boys, 5, 3 and 1, and this would be an awesome game to make for them that they couldn’t beat each other senselessly with. They’re boys… I’ve been told “it’s a boy thing” but I am not a fan of providing them with weapons. lol

  70. I’ve got 4 kids and their friends are always over for playdates. I make it for them! Actually, I’d likely make 2 so I could give one to my best friends children as well.

  71. I would make this for my daughter to play with her friends and cousins.
    mcglen8[at]gmail[dot]com

  72. I would love to make this pattern for the twins that I nanny. I think they would have a blast playing with this!

  73. Ahhhh!! I love these fabrics and the pattern!! I would make this for my daughter and her friend! Thanks for the chance to enter!
    shelleylynnvogelatgmaildotcom

  74. I have nearly 19 grandchildren. We always need new games, especially ones that involve lots of movement and things little hands can manage. Thanks
    bc(underscore)hats(at)hotmail(dot)com

  75. I would definitely start by making them for my boys and then branch off into friends. :)

    Thanks for the chance! Very cute!

  76. I’d make this game for my grandkids, but also for the whole family to play. Thanks for a chance to win. Lovely giveaway!

  77. What a super cool project! My son is grown but I would love to make this for my boss’ young grandchildren. Thanks for the opportunity!

  78. Awesome giveaway! I have 7 nieces and nephews who would love a big tic tac toe game. Also, I am a new teacher and would love to make a set for my classroom! Thanks a lot!

  79. Bless your heart, I’d make this for my four (soon to be five) children – to get us through the coming winter! Although my boys might end up just hucking the bean bags at each other, it will still be a fun thing. Thanks for the giveaway!

  80. what lovely fabrics and pattern. My eldest son graduates as a primary teacher this year and it would be great in his classroom next year>
    lovely visiting your blog

  81. My children are far too young for thids but my sisters a big kid so it would suit her down to the ground :)

  82. I would make this for my sons … they’re 2.5 and 4 so probably stioll need to grow into it, b ut that will give me time to finish it right???

  83. I would make this for my cousin’s children, but I would definitely keep it at our summer house, so that they would have to let me play with them, too!

  84. I will make it for my boys

    Great giveaway! Amazing prize!

    Thanks for the chance

  85. What a fun pattern! I would make this cool tic tac toe game for my friend’s little girl! And thanks for a chance to win some gorgeous fabrics!

  86. I’d make this fantastic game for my two nephews and niece…they’d love it…as would their parents! Thanks!

  87. I would make it for my kids, they love games, and so do we, so I would make it for the whole family, thank you for this give away.

  88. How cute is that!? I have a niece and nephew who would be very happy little kids with life size tic tac toe :)

  89. The fabrics are adorable! I don’t have my own kids and nor do my friends…would it count if I truly want to make a set for myself?! :) Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  90. Such a fun idea! My daughters are a little too young to enjoy this yet, but my niece would LOVE it! And then, I could make another in a few years when my own girls could play.

  91. Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    I will gives to my nephews.. i am sure they will loves it!!!! ^^

  92. My 5 year old loves to play tic tac toe. This fabric version would be AMAZING! Would love to be the lucky winner! Thanks for sharing…such a generous giveaway!

  93. It would definitely be for my 4 year old daughter, I think it’s time we taught her how to play tic tac toe. Thanks for the chance.

  94. I’d make this game for my niece and nephews. It’s always hard to keep them entertained at my house because they don’t like to play with my daughter’s baby toys.

  95. I would make this for my 7 year old and then my 7 month old could use it when she was bigger too. I also make it for my sister in law’s 3 girls. They would all love it.

  96. This is very nice fabric! I would make for my niece and nephew or might keep for my self! lol. No really for the niece and nephew.

  97. I would make this pattern either for my own 2 girls or one of my 6 nephew/nieces!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  98. Oh, that look so fun! My Miles would love this. He begs to play tic tac toe almost daily, but this would be even more fun! katiefewell(at)gmail(dot)com

  99. I would make it for my 2 year old boy, so he could take it camping it would be great fun for us all.

  100. Wow, comment no. 269! And… woop woop, your own pattern, publishes and all! Congratulations, I am really happy for you!

    To answer your question: our own wee ones of course, although the size would make it a nice lounge game for P and me ;-)

  101. I would love to make this for my sweet niece!
    thanks for the chance to win
    jacy468 at aim dot com

  102. I would make this for my sister’s kids – my daughter would turn the grid into houses for pet shop animals and the markers into pillows for stuffed animals! We’d never be able to find the pieces to play with!

  103. So cute!! I would make this for my nieces and nephews so they would have a fun little game to play when they come over!!

  104. If I won I’d make it for my friends sweet baby boy Joseph who just turned one, and I’d probably make one for my friend who has 4 kids

  105. OMG! I would love to make this for kids! This is awesome! They would love it and think its funny because of the big pieces, and there used to plaing that game on paper What a great idea! Thanks for the chance!

  106. Great pattern and fabrics, would love to make this for my daughter’s birthday this summer!

    daniel_theresa(at)yahoo(dot)com

  107. I love the tic tac toe game – so cute! I’d love to make one of these for my niece and nephew!

  108. I would love to make this pattern for my daughter! She’s a bit young for it now (at almost 2), but by the time I finished it, I’m sure she would be old enough. :)

  109. what a great game to make for my 4 year old daughter! And i love Robert Kauffman. I am in love with Ann Kelle and her zoo prints. I’m in love with the turtles . Thanks for the chance to win!

  110. Such a cool idea! I would make it for my daughter’s. Only one is old enough to play now, but the other will grow. :)

    rebeccajweber(at)gmail(dot)com

  111. I nanny for a little boy who is turning five this summer and going of to kindergarten he would love to have this set,

  112. I would make it to play with my little guy and the other kiddos I watch. :) GReat idea!!
    Thanks sooo much for the giveaway!

  113. For my own kiddoes, or for the nieces and nephew — looks like a great Christmas gift, no? Thanks for the giveaway!

  114. I just looked through a Hancock’s of Paducah catalog and honestly have big, big circles all over the Treasure and Tidbits page. I would LOVE to make a big tic-tac-toe for the kids with it.

  115. For my goddaughter who is too small right now (17 months) but I’m sure she will love it when she’s a bit older. Great giveaway! montse.perez.bo (at) terra.es

  116. Such lovely fabric! I’d make it for my girls, who love playing tic-tac-to. Thanks for the giveaway!

  117. without a doubt i would need to make 3 sets of this game! my own kids, age 3 and 5…perfect age! and then again for my sisters families! wow, really great idea! love the fabrics

  118. Oh I’d say I was making it for my two littlest ones, but really, I’d have just as much fun playing with it as they would! :)

  119. I would use the pattern and material to make it for the kids I work with at school. I am a physical therapist and the kids would love this game!

  120. Ooh, look at those fabrics! I’d make the game for my best friend, who’s been trying to get pregnant lately (by the time I finished making it she’ll have kids old enough to use it, lol.)

    eternal.alchemy[at]gmail[dot]com

  121. I would make this game for my little cousin. He is almost two.

    lindsay.forgette at gmail dot com

  122. I would make this for my 4 and 7 year old girls. The 7 year old is obsessed with tic tac toe right now. The x and o would have to be very soft because I could see my girls winging them at each other when they got mad!

  123. Our young friends have 2 preschoolers who would get such a kick out of this game, especially if “Miss Sandi” made it for them.

  124. I have some great new neighbor friends who would really appreciate the game for all the rainy days we’ve been having.

  125. I would make this game for my kiddos and for any other kids who come to our house. It looks like it would be a hit!

    By the way, thank you for having a wordpress blog rather than blogger. I can’t seem to leave a comment on any of the blogger/blogspot giveaways. Boo!

  126. What a great idea …. I would definitely make for my 2 boys … Would be perfect for raining days indoors !!!

  127. My grandsons would just love this, I made them a twister game quilt and my DIL can’t get it away from them to wash she says.Thanks for the chance to win this

  128. It’d be for me and the kids, and all their friends. I don’t know too many mamas who sew anymore, so this would be an original in our neighbourhood!

  129. I would definitely make this for my son Blaze for his 4th birthday in August. Thank you so much for the opportunity and please feel free to come enter mine too! God bless.

  130. oh, it’s so cute! my godson is 3, and he LOVES the beanbags that i made him before he even started crawling – i’m sure he’d love this even more!

    thanks so much for the chance to win!

  131. Oh for my grandkids 8 and 6 cuz they’d love it. Thanks for a chance to win. bimbi9 at verizon dot net

  132. Great giveaway, i would make it for my kids, my boy is nearly three and we just had a babygirl, 6 weeks old now..

  133. I’d make this game for both nephews AND my honorary nephew. It’s great! And congrats on the pattern!

    larissaesq at gmail dot com

  134. What a great pattern! I would make this for my nephew Charlie.
    Please count me in and thanks for the chance to win :-)

  135. Cute game quilt. I would make this for my niece and nephew who have 3 young little ones.

  136. Ok, my 3 yr old son will go Lady Gaga over this. But in all honesty, my husband and I might just have to pull this out after our son’s bedtime, for a little competitive, no holds barred game of tic-tac-toe!! Your first pattern???? Get OUT!!!!!! That is totally awesome! I have to say that this is my fav of all the giveaways I’ve seen in the blog hop. (shhhhh! don’t tell)!
    Congrats! I know this will be a huge hit for you! Can’t wait to see what your next pattern will be…..no pressure no pressure!!!

  137. Lovely fabrics. My little nephew would love this! .I’m really enjoying finding all these sites today. Thanks so much!

  138. Congratulations on your pattern being published – it’s adorable! Aunt Sandra would make that for the great-nephews and great-nieces on both sides of the family – what a great family gift it would make, so thank you for the opportunity!

  139. I’d make it for my summer camp kids (ages 4-5)–it would be the perfect game for when they finish their projects early. Thanks! leahclaireh(at)gmail(dot)com

  140. My daughter had been away for about 8 years out in Oklahoma. She moved here where I am 2 years ago. Now I have a grand baby who is 7 months old. All the kids in the neighborhood are in love with this baby, so I would make it for all of them when they come to visit her. Then she’d have it when she was old enough, too!
    Thanks for such a wonderful prize, have a great day

  141. I have several friends with kids. I might make it to keep at my house for when they come over. Thanks for the giveaway!

  142. I have two small cousins and I think they would LOVE these! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  143. This is so cute, what a clever idea. I would make it for my kids and also for my friends’ kids and I’m sure they would all love it.
    Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos@yahoo dot com

  144. Thanks for participating in the giveaway week. This one is fabulous! I’d make this for my lil’ family!
    amy_kirchhoff(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  145. I’d make the game for my two boys, although the littlest one is still too small to enjoy it. (He’s two weeks old today) my three year old could play it with us!

  146. Great giveaway! I’d make it for my 6 and 4 year old to play together, they both love tic tac toe! :) Thanks for the chance to win!
    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

  147. I’d make it for my daughter and son…they would love it!
    Thanks so much for the chance!

  148. This is darling! I would like to make it for my little friend Adam and his sister Sofia

  149. My sweet boy loves to play tic tac toe with his grandpop – I would definitely make it for them to play. Great give-away!

  150. I would make it for my twin boys! They would love it! Thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway!

  151. I would definitely make this for my daughter! How fun!!

    Thank you so much for a generous giveaway and the chance to win it!

    krencamp (at) gmail (dot) com

    xo
    Karen

  152. I would make that for my sister’s 3 little ones. We’re 7 years apart in age, mine is going to be 19 in July and I don’t think he’s appreciate this as much as the younger kids. ;D

    Cheers and thanks for giving us the chance to win your pattern and fabric!

    Tabatha
    sewsister (at) rocketmail (dot) com

  153. I will be making this for my grandson, Tristan. Thanks for the chance to win. Cute pattern.

  154. This is adorable. I love it! I would make it for my daughter, but it might be a fun thing to make for birthday gifts too. So fun!

  155. Children bring out the desire to sew for me. There are so many ways to create fun and useful things for them. As you have shown us. That stash of fabric would be sure to make that possible for a few projects. Thank-you.

  156. I would make this for my two little ones – age 4 and 7. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  157. Thanks for the giveaway! I would definitely make this for my 3 children, then my nieces and nephews, then my friends’ kids. :) Looks like fun.

  158. Congrats on your pattern! I would make this for my kids–they would have a blast with it! Thanks for the chance to win!

  159. Wow ! Nice pattern. I would make one for my daughters and another for my nephew. Thanks for the giveaway !

  160. I would make it for my daughter, although she would probably just eat it right now (she’s 1).

  161. How lovely! I would make this for my own children: ages 5, 3 and 2 months. :) Though all the baby could do is tummy time on it right now! Thanks for the giveaway!

  162. EASY PEASY!!! I would make this for my 2 boys (2 1/2 and 1) though my 1 year old might just eat the pieces!! :) My 2 1/2 yr old loves a bowling game so I think I could teach him this!!! Thank you! KERIHAG at YAHOO dot COM

  163. I would LOVE to make this super cute game for my boys (ages 5 and 3) even though their little sister (17 months) will likely come steal the game pieces. :) Also, my husband teaches the preschool class at church, and we are revamping the classroom and looking for new toys. I think this would be so fun for their playtime!

  164. Aw, that’s so cuuuute! I would definitely be making it for my two nephews and 2 nieces (who all live in the same house). They would love it!!
    Thanks so much for the chance to win.

    jansie(at)gmail(dot)com

  165. I would make the game for my little niece. I know my daughter would want one too, but the niece gets one first. :-) Thanks for the chance to win. Great job on publishing a pattern! Wow!

  166. I’d probably make it for my daughter or one of my nephews. Thanks for the chance to win.

  167. Wow! Wonderful giveaway…and I’d make it for my little grandson. He’s 2 1/2 now but I haven’t seen him in so long!! I think he’d like it.

  168. I would make this cute game for my nieces and nephews that are always over at my house and eventually my little man will get to use it when he’s a bit bigger.

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