Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Sew-Ichigo Patterns giveaway

The colosally talented pair that is (are?) Kerry verykerryberry and Penny sewtakeahike have, as you may well know, teamed up to bring you a whole new resource for paper piecing patterns.


Kerry and Penny have been at the forefront of this movement and are now taking it to the next level with their new blog, Sew-Ichigo, showcasing these paper piecing techniques and designs and bringing you regular sets of patterns to work into your own projects.


Their first set, Kitchen Classics, was released this week and comprises four kitchen classics designs.

If I'm really nice to them, maybe they'll let me give away one of every new set they produce but for the time being, they are letting me give away one set to one lucky reader.  If you are too impatient to find out if you've won, you can go here to buy the set right now.  And, if your name is drawn and you have already bought the pattern, you will be entitled to the next set absolutely free of charge instead.


I'll give you until Sunday (22 April) to comment and I'll make it simple.  Just leave a comment on this post for a chance to win.  Any comment.  Plain old simple comment.  Funny comment.  Rude comment.  Something poetic.  Maybe a joke.  I don't mind.  I'll draw one commenter at random to win a set of these patterns this Sunday.

106 comments:

  1. I love the stand mixer, so cute!

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  2. These are so sweet! Wonderful ideas!

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  3. I need this pattern - I am trying to make a cover for my kitchen aid and would love to add the stand mixer patch to it.

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  4. Would love to win these patterns! Thanks for the chance!

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  5. Fabulous!
    Count me in please!

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  6. Looney toons here - would love some patterns please. *blows a raspberry*

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  7. Would love to win these! Have finally got over my fear of paper piecing, thanks for the giveaway. Linda

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  8. My mom had a mixer just like that one - would love to win so I could make one and be reminded of her :) Thanks for the chance.

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  9. They are just 'groovy' patterns aren't they
    I keep trying to come up with a suitable theme for a range of pp patterns, but keep failing to find the 'right' one

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  10. Their patterns are amazing.

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  11. Of course I would love to win their awesome pattern; don't need more reason than that x

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  12. Cant wait to make the coffee pot!

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  13. Cant wait to make the coffee pot!

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  14. These are such cute designs. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  15. A guy walks into a psychiatrists office. His eyes are glazed over and he is chanting, "I am a wigwam! I am a
    teepee!" The doctor says, "Relax! You are two tents!"

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  16. i love these patterns! so cute!

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  17. Oh, I love all of it! I've loved seeing it develop, and I just haven't gotten off my duff to buy any yet! Shame! But maybe there's a reprieve this time, Mr RG, hmm?

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  18. I would love to make that water jug, thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. These two ladies are amazingly talented, count me in. Thanks!

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  20. Such great patterns from 2 very talented women!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. What cute designs and I absolutely adore that Kitchenaid mixer, well done "sewichago" ladies and thanks for being so generous Lily.

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  22. the tea pot is so cute. hot tea is my thing. thanks for the opportunity

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  23. Reading your blog is inspiration all unto itself. Thanks for taking the time to share. It is greatly appreciated.

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  24. Those girls make some rockin patterns!

    Does this come with bourbon so I can work up my courage to actually try one?

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  25. I was thinking of Rum, Camille. To put in a real mixer while making rum cake and then covering the cleaned mixer with one from the pattern. Yes, I have been known to cover the dirty one until dish washing time!

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  26. Love these I have been tempted to purchase but funds are a little dry. I love the coffee pot, I am addicted to my coffee.

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  27. I can definitely see making some of these into wedding presents for friends, as I can't afford to give an actual mixer, but potholders would be much used!

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  28. I think I cut off the perfect selvedge for the kitchen aid yesterday, off to go find it! Thanks for sharing y'all!

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  29. isn't that great... their work is so innovative; I love seeing their success! :)

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  30. Coffe pot cushion, just a perfect combination. They are two talented girls!

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  31. pick me, so I can be cool like all the sew-ichigo girls and make these lovely creations.

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  32. Maybe April is not the cruelest month.

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  33. Since I don't actually own a mixer I think I should have a paper pieced pattern for one :)

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  34. Such cute designs. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Such talent there! They are so cute & so realistic!

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  36. Come "MIX" it up and check out my blog. www.sewincrediblycrazy.blogspot.com

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  37. I've been following this new Sew-Ichigo thing. SEW cute. I would love to make a cover for Mixer that I use ALL the time! Wouldn't my friends be impressed?

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  38. Q: what's brown and sticky?
    A: a stick.

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  39. Thanks for the chance to win! Kickapow! :D

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  40. Paper piecing is a long time favorite of mine. These are some cute patterns!

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  41. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  42. those ladies are going to make trouble for ladies like myself who are trying to reduce their number of projects. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  43. Who doesn't love a good kitchen theme?? Thanks for the chance!

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  44. These kitchen designs remind me of my grandmother. Great memories.

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  45. Love love love that top bag! So fresh and fun! ... im in the works for a new fun shopping tote myself :)

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  46. I really want to make the Kitchen Aid Mixer!

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  47. Holy Cow :-) I love the coffee pot because I'm a Coffeejunkie...

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  48. All of these patterns are lovely. Each of them is unique and brings back childhood memories.

    Georgette

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  49. Great pillow w/ fringe - love the patterns! thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  50. I would love to win.
    I am longing to try one of these.
    Kind regards
    http://lizofdandeliondaydreams.blogspot.co.uk/
    xxxx

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  51. I adore those kitchen patterns! How great it would be to win them.

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  52. I'd love to leave a rude poem but alas, I can't think of any! I love the idea posted up above by Mhairi to put the stand mixer and the kitchen aid ones onto a mixer cover to hide my super floury kitchenaid, I think I'd co-opt that in a heartbeat!
    Thanks for the giveaway

    gibbylet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. I'm completely addicted to paper piecing, even though most days I'm pulling out my hair while doing it! These patterns are amazing and I would love to further torture myself by winning them!

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  54. I'm so excited about Sew Ichigo. I've been drooling along so far. Hopefully I'll hone my skills while make simply adorable projects.

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  55. Such great patterns, I'd love to make a 'cake baking' pinny with a mixer on the pocket!!

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  56. Love the mixer especially, but they are all cute! Thank you!

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  57. Give it here shorty!

    Hehe just trying for rude comment as everyone else is going for nice!

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  58. Fantastic and fun patterns. Thanks for a chance.

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  59. Oh!!! What a fun resource!

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  60. How cute!! Particularly loving the coffee pot. I'd love to win.

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  61. Lovely patterns - thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. I love paper piecing and these patterns are so different

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  63. These are adorable! I am dreaming of what to make with them. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  64. Whaattt?!??!?! I totally want some of these! Holla!

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  65. Comment scomment.. I want a prize! He he!

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  66. I'm in love with the little stand mixer! Adorable!

    Amanda Rose
    http://sewmuchtosay.blogspot.com

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  67. I've been eyeing these patterns!

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  68. I like all of the patterns for the kitchen.

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  69. I love these, and you are awesome!

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  70. Oh how I love these patterns!

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  71. I would love to win, thank you for the giveaway.

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  72. I love the designs ... Last week burn my hand with the tea ... If I put it on the cushion I risk burning my ...
    Anyway! Just love them!

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  73. So retro. Would make great potholders.

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  74. Oh, these are so sweet! Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  75. I could not live without my kitchen aid mixer. I'd love to make one in fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  76. Oh, these are so sweet! Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  77. Oh, these are so sweet! Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  78. Such sweet patterns. I know just who would love for me to make something with them.

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  79. Such sweet patterns. I know just who would love for me to make something with them.

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  80. What fun patterns. Thanks forthe chance to win!

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  81. Such cool patterns, thanks for the chance to win :)

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  82. These patterns are so lovely :)
    Susanne

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  83. I just have to make these! That mixer is amazing! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. Thanks Love! I'll be needing that tea kettle pattern!

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  85. A quote for you,
    "I cannot count my day complete
    Til needle, thread and fabric meet."
    ~Author Unknown

    Thank you for this opportunity!

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  86. I love the pillow.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  87. I'll leave a joke, since you don't mind.

    What do you call a cow with no legs?



    Ground beef.

    What do you call a dog with no legs?



    It doesn't matter because he won't come anyway.

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  88. You know Lynn I want to make these blocks. Really badly. I just need a good paper piecing class. I wish there was one online. I love the pattern.

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  89. such cute patterns - I'd love to do the mixer in red polka dot ! maybe then Kitchen Aid would make them that way :)

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  90. Blown away by the talent of these two ladies. Super cute patterns.

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  91. I truly think those two women are going to get me to brave paper piecing and get over my fear of trying. The things I've already seen are just adorable. Cannot wait to see more.

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  92. Just begun to quilt and am hooked.

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  93. I have just gotten into paper piecing and I'm hooked so these patterns are just my cup of tea!

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  94. Adorable idea, I'd like to try something new for the kitchen

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  95. As a pastry chef, that stand mixer makes me giddy!

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  96. You should pick me so I can make my mom a fabulous mother's day gift!

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  97. I've been stalking them on Flickr. I'm in love with those patterns. Like, totally.
    Leslie

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  98. Completely in love with these patterns! You are so sweet to host a giveaway.

    My little guy started singing:

    I'm a Little Teapot as I was typing this so that is what we shall share:

    I'm a little teapot short and stout
    This is my handle
    This is my spout
    When I get all steamed up
    Here me shout
    Just tip me over and
    Pour me out!

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  99. Paperpiecing-something I wan't to learn! And I love the cute teapot!!!

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  100. These are awesome! Would love to make them.

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  101. Who in the heck would leave a rude comment?! I am in love with these patterns. MUST have them in my kitchen!

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  102. very cute patterns...The type of "cute" and that is 2 syllables long. Cahhhhhhhhhh-ute!!

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