Saturday, December 7, 2013

Moda Bake Shop: Scrappy Scrunchies

I am happy to announce my fifth Moda Bake Shop project!  Head on over to Moda Bake Shop to view the tutorial, and stay tuned next month for my sixth.  Follow me on Bloglovin' so you don't miss it!



If you have come here from the Bake Shop, you might have seen mention of a giveaway.  I am going to give away three scrunchies to TWO different visitors and this mini charm pack of ''Martinique'' to one other lucky visitor!  So, that is 3 chances to win!  Just leave a comment below (if you are on 'no-reply', make sure I get your email address so I can contact you if you win!).  I will be doing a random drawing for the winners on Monday, December 16th so they can be recieved in time for Christmas.

Thanks for visiting and good luck!

karinsiggy

35 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your 5th great MBS recipe!
    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

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  2. What a cute, cute project! Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway! Happy to have found your blog via MBS - I"ll be following from now on.

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  3. Thank you for the cute project. My daughter and I use lots of scrunchies.. this is a unique way to make them.

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  4. What a great idea... using up some of those little scrap pieces! Congrats on your 5th Moda project! Thrilled to discover and add you to my sewing blog feed.

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  5. we looooove scrunchies around here!!! now i want to make scrunchies to go with every quilt we've ever made ... and maybe i should start each new quilt with a couple of scrunchies to keep my hair out of my eyes while i'm piecing and pressing...

    by the way, your red/white urban nine patch quilt is GOR-GEE-OUS!!!

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  6. Cute idea! Love working with the candies:)

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  7. Must try this as I have always sewn that long edge by hand. Thank you for sharing

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  8. Thank you for this "recipe" ! Looks great. Will give this one a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Cute idea and innovative way to turn the tube! Have looked through your blog and love all your quilts!

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  10. Great scrunchy tutorial. I wish I did not have so many projects going for Christmas already or I would make some for my grand daughters.

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  11. What a darling scrunchie tut! Will do this for & with my granddaughters.

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  12. Too cute!!! I LOVE scrunchies!! Thanks for the chance to win. {{hugs}}

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  13. I love scrunchies so do my pup. he tries to grab it from my hair. I can't have enough of them around. love to win these!

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  14. Thanks for the tutorial and what a great way to use a mini charm pack.

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  15. I can't wait to make some of these scrunchies--they are great!

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  16. Too cute! There will be a few in my granddaughter's stockings come Christmas!

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  17. When I was younger and had long hair, I had several scrunchies, but always wanted to make my own. I just couldn't figure it...but maybe it was because I had 2 small kids that messed with my thinking skills at the time. Now that my daughter is grown and has long hair, she will love these. these will make great stocking stuffers. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  18. Wow! Thanks so much for the directions. I was totally stuck on how to make these. I see ow it is sort of like doing the pillowcases with the cuff. I am just tickled pink and can now make these for great-grand-daughters!

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  19. These are so cute! Thanks for the great idea's!

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  20. Thanks!
    contentncm at yahoo dot com

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  21. These scrunchies are so cute and colorful! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. Very cute - might have to give these a try. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  23. Thanks I'll have to make a few for the granddaughters

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  24. I have 2 granddaughters who are going to just love these, thanks so much forthis beautiful idea!

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  25. They look lovely. You are very clever - they'd make great Christmas sock fillers.

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  26. I had scrunchies when i was a kid, they are the nicest ones I have seen for quite a while though. Thanks for sharing, I might have to make a few from your pattern for my little girl.

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  27. Awww, fabulous giveaway! I should make some scrunchies for myself, as I let my hair grow again.

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  28. Cute, Cute, Cute! I've always wanted to make my own and now you have shown me how. Thanks.

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  29. I think you just solved my Christmas gift dilemma for four teenage girls. Thanks so much! Denise

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  30. Love the scrunchies and my granddaughter will love these! Thanks for a great idea!

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  31. These are perfect for what I was looking for! They bring back memories, and are so cute for my granddaughter. Thank you!!

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  32. Your scrappy scrunchies are adorable! ~ and I LoVe the rick rack trim!

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  33. These are so cute. stocking stuffers.

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  34. my grand daughters would love these.

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