Today is Giveaway Day!

Today begins an exciting week of a giveaway organized by the fabulous bloggers at Sew Mama Sew! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog.

I am giving away a copy of my “Look, Llamas!” quilt pattern and one yard of Laurie Wisbrun fabric to use for the center blocks in the quilt.



I am a big fan of Laurie’s fabrics, and I designed this quilt pattern specifically to feature this cute Llama print. I will let the winner choose the Llama print they would like to use in their quiltΒ from Laurie’s Etsy shop. There are these Oh, La Llamas that I used in my quilt (sorry the image is a little small),


There are these cute Spring Llamas,



or these cute Holiday Llamas,



…..or, perhaps you would prefer to use the adorable Donkeys in Wellies….



Regardless of the print you choose, it is sure to be adorable. I have to admit that I think llamas are beautiful. They have such amazing eyes. And those eyelashes! Have you ever seen a llama?

So, for a copy of my pattern and one yard of Laurie’s fabric (which is enough for the center of the blocks), please leave me a comment. And, of course, I would love it if you would follow my blog, but that is not a requirement!

The giveaway ends at 5 pm on May 10th and I will email the winner no later than May 12th. I will be choosing the winner using a Random Number Generator.

Be sure to click on over to Sew, Mama, Sew to see the complete list of participating sites for this fun giveaway week.

Thanks again for stopping by!



291 thoughts on “Today is Giveaway Day!”

  1. Sharon Joyner

    Your quilt is adorable…This is a wonderful blog festival…have a fun day…Yes I am a follower

  2. The Llamas are so cute. Thanks for the chance to win some of them. I am a follower by email.

  3. Cute quilt. I love the llama fabric. I drive by two farms that have llamas so I get to see the live ones almost daily.

  4. So cute. I do love the llamas. Laurie has such wonderful fabric prints and you used that one beautifully. I also follow you.

  5. I love the Donkeys in Wellies. I don’t know why but they tickle my funny bone. Not that I think those Llamas are any less cute. Wonderful quilt design for the fussy cut llamas!!! Those darn llamas can be so fussy, oh, wait, no….that’s camels. Camels are fussy.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop giveaway brouhaha!!

  6. Such a cute pattern! I love the llama fabric. I bought one fat quarter a few months ago and it just wasn’t enough!

  7. Oh my gosh, my sister loves llamas! We have alpacas here in Australia, which I guess kind of look similar, and I love alpacas! This fabric is so unusual πŸ™‚

  8. The donkey fabric is the first of Laurie’s fabric I ever bought. Love. it. Your quilt pattern is super cute by the way. I always love a pattern that lets you feature a fussy cut bit. I’ve been following via feedly

  9. I have been drooling over laurie’s fabric for a while now! Thank you for sharing.

  10. Oh! These are adorable fabrics! Even if I do not win a yard, I might just need to go purchase a yard or two of each! Thank you! – The Donkeys in Wellies is my favorite (we have three baby donkeys on the cow farm next to us and they are super cute), but I do love lamas too.

  11. apple blossom

    oh, the llama fabric is sew cute thanks for chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  12. O my gosh I LOVE that llama fabric!! There are lots of alpaca farms in lancaster county PA and I love driving by them when I go up there to fabric shop. Thanks for the great giveaway chance and I love your pattern!

  13. I love the llama fabric! I have never tried getting too close to a llama ever since one spit into my cousin’s face when we were eight years old.


  14. Such a cute quilt and I love Laurie’s fabric too. Thanks for a lovely giveaway πŸ™‚

  15. That llama fabric is awesome. We love llamas in our family. Every year we go pumpkin picking at a llama farm.

  16. Oh wow – a fab pattern and adorable fabric!! We have camels here (too hot for llamas) but they are cousins right? Thanks for an amazing giveaway!

  17. The llama fabric makes me want to sing the Llama Song! If only I could sing that fast. Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Your quilt is wonderful and that fabric is just too adorable, I have no idea which one I like best. Thanks.

  19. since I started wearing alpaca and llama wool socks, I have become addicted to all things llama/alpaca. and my feet are always toasty!

  20. Sandra Timmons

    I just love llamas so I would be so happy to win your copy of “Look, Llamas” quilt pattern and 1 yard of fabric also. It’s like Christmas when you get an unexpected squishy present in your mailbox. Thank you for being so generous and for being a part of Sew Mama Sew giveaway. I am sure you will be making lots of new followers. I will be back again to visit you.

    Sandi Timmons

  21. What a cute print! Lots of people have started raising llamas around here and I love to see them out in the fields.

  22. Yea Llamas! We had sanctuary in Georgia nearby with a bucktoothed one. He was too cute!

  23. Love the quilt and I do love llamas. I would kill for the eyelashes…Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw

  24. I love the llamas and the donkeys in wellies! That would be great with the Splash line from connecting threads.

    And I’ll be adding your blog to my dashboard at Blogger.

  25. I love Llamas too. I knit as well as quilt so Llamas provide valuable knitting fibers. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

  26. We love llamas too! Every Sunday on the way home from church we have to drive by a small farm with 2 llamas (and some sheep) just to visit. I’d love to win. Thanks for the chance.

  27. I love llamas and donkeys too. I think they are just so cute and kind of silly looking (in the best ways possible).

  28. Years ago we were somewhere in New England and went hiking with llamas. The owner of the llamas did this as a tourist attraction of sorts and it was very cool, especially for the kids in our group. The llamas were on leashes like dogs and were good companions. My son was about 10 at the time and I have a hilarious photo of him standing just about nose to nose with a llama.

  29. I love your quilt and the llamas are very cute, but if I win, IΒ΄ll choose the donkey fabric. I think they look really cool πŸ™‚
    Gun, Sweden

  30. What a cute pattern an d those llamas are so cute. I have seen the donkeys before but not the llamas.

  31. Your pattern is lovely! How fun is the llamas and donkey fabrics! I’m a follower via BlogLovin.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.


  32. My 4 year old Granddaughter seen her first llama last weekend. She instantly fell in love!

  33. I am allready a follower of your blog via Bloglovin. I think those Llamas are cute. That is a Great pattern to showcase them. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

  34. Heather Braun

    Great pattern! I would love to win! love the donkeys in the rainboots!!! New follower!

  35. Llama face!! That is the cutest quilt!! I started to say my daughter would love it, but I think I’d keep it, to be honest. LOL!

  36. Oh no! I like them all and I can’t decide. If I win you can surprise me πŸ™‚
    Thank you!

  37. I like all of them and can’t decide so you can pick for me. Your quilt is cute.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  38. Oh my goodness, the llama prints are adorable! I love the quilt pattern you developed to highlight them πŸ™‚

  39. I love that quilt! I have a thing for llamas too, and alpacas, they’re so cute and furry and kind of crazy looking!

  40. I have never seen llama fabric and especially llamas dressed up or donkeys in wellies – very fun. I love the pattern and the fabric suits it very well.

  41. I like Llamas too but last time I decided to pet one I almost got spit on. Despite that I love their long necks πŸ™‚ Thank you for the chance at a giveaway!

  42. Elizabeth McDonald

    Ohhh, that fabric is so CUTE! I especially love the Spring time llamas – so zany looking. Your quilt design really shows the fabric off to good advantage.

  43. Cuteness! I think I like the donkeys best – actually, my sister loves donkeys and I’d make it for her! Giveaway day is so fun — thanks for the chance to win!

  44. I love Laurie’s fabric, especially the llamas. Yes, I have seen and touched a llama. I work next to a vet’s office and one of the women there raise llamas. They take them around to various places to visit the sick . Her llamas are just beautiful and really quite friendly.

  45. Your quilt is so sweet.
    I have never seen a llama, alpacas yes but not a llama.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  46. Susan Mitchell

    Hahaha How have I never seen this donkeys in wellies fabric?!?!How cute:)

  47. I love your quilt! Seeing your llama material reminds me of my oldest granddaughter’s favorite book, Llama, Llama, Red Pajamas! Thank you for the chance to win.

  48. I have seen llamas. When I was in grad school we went to the Ohio state fair. They were having a contest featuring llamas. We got to see them them on an obstacle course. They are awesome jumpers.
    If you have the opportunity I would recommend seeing them in person. awesome giveaway

  49. I just retired my llama farm so this would be a wonder memory of the years I spent with these wonderful beasts.

    Thank you.

  50. I just love your llamas. They are precious. But I love the donkeys also. This would be a hard choice. I am a follower already.

  51. Wow! I have never seen a llama quilt or llama fabric! It’s absolutely delightful! Thanks for sharing.

  52. Great quilt! I think both would make great block centers. I LOVE llamas also! They have such personalities–love taking pictures of them!

  53. Great quilt! Love the llama fabric as well–hard to pick a favorite. Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. Such cute fabric! I’d have a hard time deciding between the spring llamas and the donkeys in wellies!

  55. Love the llamas. I’d have to make something for my dad, who is from S. America.

  56. Aww those fabrics are so cute and quirky, I love the llamas and donkeys both! And I’ve just started following you Joan on bloglovin because I think you are so clever!

  57. What a sweet pattern and I have been crushing on this fabric for awhile. Thanks for the chance

  58. This pattern totally shows off those adorable llamas — I love it! Thanks for the opportunity πŸ™‚

  59. The fabric is adorable and the pattern compliments it beautifully, Thank You, Bj.

  60. Melissa Williams

    I remember going to the state fair when i was younger and going around the animal pens, my mother would point out all of the exotic animals while all i really wanted to do was cuddle with the bunnies for hours on end… llamas were one of the animals that kind of weirded me out but at the same time made me want to see if i could ride them (by this time i was far too large for our dog to tote around anymore). Alas my dreams of llama riding were crushed as soon as i got a whiff of the pen. They do look so fetching in their spring scarves on fabric though… and less stinky as well. Thanks for the chance to win!

  61. Love this quilt! I am a llama fan too, and excited to have found your blog! I’m just starting out at quilting, myself πŸ™‚

  62. Adorable! I have only ever seen one llama fabric, and interestingly I got it out today to use in a quilt I’m working on.

    Thank you!

  63. I have an american friend living in Australia who loves llamas! She used to sing me the llama llama duck song! She would adore this fabric!

  64. I love laurie’s fabric! However, I am more of a giraffe gril then a llama girl πŸ˜€

  65. The llamas are so cute. Thanks for the chance to win! I am following on feedly.

  66. Jacklynn A Grimm

    Your quilt pattern is perfect to showcase a large print. The llamas are adorable – I like the Christmas llamas – what a unique quilt that would make!

  67. Thank you! I would be pleased with either of the Llama prints. I have spun Llama fleece into yarn and let me tell you it is the most pleasurable spinning I have ever done.

  68. Those Llamas are so cute and that donkey fabric is a blast. I do love llamas and they only spit when threatened.
    Thank for the give away

  69. Candace Henderson

    THOSE DONKEYS ARE AWESOME!!!! Thanks for a great giveaway!!! LOVE IT!

  70. Margaret Cureton

    Wonderful quilt and love the llama fabric! This quilt would be perfect for a friend’s daughter who is currently in a vet program for llamas. Thanks for the giveaway opp- win or not it looks like I may need to get some llama fabric:))))

  71. Michelle Smith

    I love the fabric. Never seen anything like it before. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

  72. Love he llamas in wellies! This quilt is absolutely adorable!
    Thank you for the opportunity(;

  73. Oh, I love those llamas. I used to walk past an alpaca farm, and they’re even cuter.

  74. I love the quilt you made with Laurie’s cute llama fabric. I love her fabrics they are all so whimsical.

  75. Love those Llamas!!! The holiday ones are awesome. I also have a major thing for the donkeys!!!!

  76. What a super cute quilt. My knitting friends would love it. We are all enamored with alpacas, llamas, vicunas, and the like. Thanks for the giveaway. I’d love to win.

  77. I love the Llamas but the donkeys in Wellies, who could resist?? thank you for the giveaway.

  78. Oh, my goodness. Those llamas are the coolest thing ever.

    I spent half a year living in a small village in Guatemala. In the next village along there was a man who owned four llamas. I never quite figured out why. Just before I left I went there and bought a huge amount of llama fleece from him. He thought it was the funniest thing ever. I’m spinning it now, bit by bit!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  79. Stephanie from CT

    oh, these llamas are soooo cute! I have never seen llama fabric before.

  80. Great looking quilt! (And great looking fabric – Laura Wisbrun is fantastic, isn’t she?)

    I have seen llamas before, on farms in my home province (Saskatchewan). I’m not quite sure why people are llama ranching up there, but some of them are! (I also once saw an emu on the side of the highway. An emu. In Canada. In the middle of the prairies, miles away from any towns, or, you know, zoos.)

  81. YES! The llamas are my FAV! The pattern is an awesome way to set off those happy-makers. I love it.

  82. i do like the lama’s, i agree about the eyelashes, but i am really loving the donkeys.

  83. I love your quilt! It showcases the fabric so wonderfully. Thanks for the chance to win.

  84. The llama fabric is so fun!! There are llamas not far from where I teach and I take my granddaughter to see them,

  85. Oh I just love this quilt. I have two alpacas (Solo and Peanut) who I just adore and yes they have amazing eyelashes. I would love to win and make this quilt up – if anything just to annoy hubby who thinks they are a waste of space of an animal despite the fact that we got them as guardian animals for our sheep. LOL

  86. OMGoodness! So cute! The way you used the fabric is brilliant. Perfectly designed.

  87. Thank you so much for the chance. Those Llamas are adorable in their little sweaters! I haven’t met a llama myself, however, friends have an little alpaca farm and those are just the cutest things ever!

  88. Love the pattern and fabric. As a young boy our middle son drove us mad constantly singing a song called “Me and my Llama” and this would make a great quilt for him.

  89. I love the llama fabric. So fun and unique. I’m going to Follow you thru Bloglovin.

  90. Thanks for the lovely giveaway! Llamas are so unique…not a pet you can find just anywhere!

  91. I’m personally more of a alpaca than a llama person (they’re smaller and spit less) but I agree that they are super cute. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  92. These llamas are so cute! I love the pattern! I will add it to my list of favorites!

  93. Actually a number of people around here raise Llamas.One friend took hers on back country trips. They are pretty animals. Thanks, love the prints.

  94. I think your llamas are adorable! The fabrics you found are so not what I would normally look for, but I really get a kick out of them. The donkey in wellintons too. AWESOME giveaway prize!

  95. Llamas, llamas! It’s so funny — I looked at your quilt and didn’t notice the llamas at first at all! They are adorable!

  96. Wonderful pattern! I LOVE those llamas! I have a scrap that I got from a blogger but haven’t done anything with it yet.

  97. A llama lives at the farm next door, and he is one of our favorite neighbors. I would love to win this fabric and make a quilt in honor of that good old boy.

  98. Oh man but these are sooo cute. I love the donkeys in wellies! My daughter has a horse riding school and I would so love to make her a quilt with your pattern with the donkeys. I’m really holding thumbs that I win this. Thank you so much for the opportunity.

  99. I liked your quilt when first saw it. Llamas just like yours would be wonderful. This is a delightful quilt design. Thanks for the chance.

  100. That fabric is far too cute! I love the llamas, but I know a certain 5 year old (my granddaughter) who would give her eye teeth for those gorgeous donkeys.
    The quilt pattern is a very useful one, too. I can see it being used to display some lovely fabrics.

  101. I think they are both adorable.. but the llamas get my vote, must have been the influence of your quilt

  102. Boy, that’s a tough call between those two prints. They are both very cute! Thanks for this giveaway.

  103. I know a special girl that loves llamas, so this quilt would be perfect for her.

  104. Well those llamas sure are cute! We recently went to Avila Valley Barn and saw 2 full grown llamas and I was surprised at just how big they were! And yes, lovely lashes. Fabulous place. And hope i win!


  105. I love the cute donkeys on the quilt. I also love quilts so much and wish I knew how to get into making them. I can sew but have never tried a quilt. I own one quilt that my husband and I were given for our wedding gift in 1978 and it is my prized possession.
    Hope I win!!!

  106. My daughter who is almost 3 decided about 6 months ago that she LOVES llamas! We have almost all the Llama Llama book and what we dont have we check out from the library often! She would LOVE this quilt. I would enjoy making it for her!
    Thank you for the chance to win the fabric and the pattern!
    Suzanne dot jourdan at gmail dot com

  107. It is so hard to choose they are both very cute and make me smile which is a good thing since im going through chemo and it is not going well. I would make me a chemo quilt and everytime i look at it, i know a smile would not be far behind

  108. caitlan sanders

    My mother is just teaching me how to quilt and sew now that my daughter is born.

  109. I picked up a little bit one the fabric when my son went to Peru and haven’t made anything with it yet. The other prints are just so cute.

  110. Your llama quilt is great! My wonderful friend has llamas and she shares their wool with me so if I am lucky enough to win- I will share the fabric with her!

  111. Ha ha! I love those Llamas! Your quilt is awesome!
    Now my friend loves donkeys, but I think the Llamas look way better, so they’d be my pick.

    Thanks for the chance!

  112. I think the Llamas and your pattern would make The Cutest Christmas quilt!
    Thank you for the great giveaway!

    xo, meg

    3rdmargaret at gmail dot com



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