{Sponsor Giveaway} Nesting with Magpie Patterns

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May’s theme of nests, blooms & sparks is almost over, but before we wrap up I have an extra special treat for you. Our lovely sponsor Amy of Magpie Patterns is visiting us to share a giveaway to indulge your springtime craftiness! Amy’s shop is a bundle of creative goodness and inspiration- from her wonderful logo to the grand selection of patterns and books she stocks, it is impossible to leave her site without itchy fingers to get making. My covet meter is off the charts over these new embroidery patterns that remind me of Mayi’s real life workspace and illustrations from last week:
magpie patterns, sponsor giveaway
Whatever your handmaking poison-knitting, crochet, sewing, embroidery or collecting crafty books (that is a hobby right?), Magpie Patterns has you covered. Amy has generously offered a $50 gift certificate to her shop to our community-read on for more details!
magpie patterns, sponsor giveaway

Giving Time!

  • Visit Magpie Patterns and leave a comment about what you would like to make for your own nest and why!
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This giveaway closes midnight, May  29th with the winner announced at the bottom of this post May 30th. By entering this giveaway you are agreeing to the oh my! handmade giveaway policies
This giveaway is now closed! Congratulations to Ahmelie with comment #35! 

52 comments

  1. Stephanie says:

    Oh my word, I just wouldn’t know where to start! The shop is just filled with patterns and books that are on my to buy list. Definitely the bird and little bird fox and rabbit patterns though, I want to sew those up for my little boy’s room! After that it would be a toss up between, last minute fabric gifts, last minute patchwork gifts, sewing for boys and carefree clothes for girls! So you can see that this giveaway would really help make a dent in my never ending list of stuff to buy 🙂

  2. Geri says:

    What a great site, Amy! I’m loving the Doodle Stitching: The Motif Collection book – I’m plaing with the idea of merging fabric into my stationery designs… but, then again your Coastal Knits patterns are also scrumptious!
    Thanks so much for your generosity!

  3. Melissa says:

    Oh I love Magpie Patterns! I’ve been coveting the new Knitbot essentials book. So many lovely things to knit! I also would to get my hands on a few more Colette patterns and sew up a pretty summer wardrobe for myself 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Robin says:

    We are decorating our childrens rooms and I’ve been wanting to make some embroidered pillows for my daughter, but I think I need to do the robot pattern for my boys. (might have to grab the wee wonderfuls book too)

  5. Sarah says:

    I’d love to make some patchwork pillows for our couch. Also I’m super obsessed with embroidery, I haven’t settled on anything yet, but I want to embroider something big. in the meantime I embroider little things to hang in my kids rooms. Also for my three kids I really want to make each a lap quilt, but I’ve never quilted before. The list get larger every day!

  6. Clare says:

    Oh, what a treat! I keep on seeing lots of beautiful embroideries framed in hoops at the moment, and I would love to do some of my own. I would make lots of them and then assemble on the wall above my bed. So that’s what I would buy, I think!
    What a great giveaway!

  7. Megan says:

    There are so many wonderful patterns, where do I begin. . . When I can take abreak from sewing our aprons, I want to knit:Decouverte, Dentelle Scarf Erik ( love that asymmetrical zipper) So many gems from these wonderful designers! Thanks for a great giveaway.

  8. Cinnamon says:

    The forty winks fox embroidery is just too darling and would be so fun to put up in the kiddos room. And I don’t quilt, but I’d be willing to learn so I could make that In Spring quilt. It’s so cheery, and will all the grey we have here is would be a perfect counterpoint!

  9. allie says:

    i spent nearly an hour perusing their website–such a fantastic collection of patterns that they’ve curated. I love the Sunki pattern and am torn between the Little Things to Sew and the Growing Up Sew Liberated. THANK YOU to both of you!

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