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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Stitch It and Gift It Blog Hop and Giveaway Day 4

It's hard to believe it is already day 4 of the
 Stitch It and Gift It Blog Hop.

There has been such a wide assortment of gifts.
I have so many ideas swimming in my head from the inspiration.


I invited bloggers to start the season of giving with a blog hop
celebrating the art of sewing or quilting
and then 
gifting.

Some of the stitched gifts are small and some are large.

Some are personal and some are charitable donations.

A week of gift-giving inspiration!

I'm excited to introduce today's line-up of bloggers.


I am always moved by the giving hearts of so many quilters
and
love reading the stories behind the gifts.

The gifts we give aren't always personal
but
are from just wanting to make a difference for someone.


People aren't the only ones that need the comfort of quilts.

Photo courtesy of The Quilt Pattern Magazine

As an Island Batik Ambassador
one of the first events of the year was to make a rep sample of the secret fabric collection that was received in our ambassador boxes.
  Rep samples provide the Island Batik sales reps with samples of collections that show shops what the fabrics look like when sewn together.
The hope is that the samples, made to be the size of small kennel quilts will be donated to the Small Kennel Quilt Program once shops are finished with the samples.

Island Batik Petal Pushers collection by Kathy Engle - available in stores now

The Quilt Pattern Magazine sponsors a volunteer organization that provides small kennel quilts to shelters in times of need.
Right now with the California fires, there is a great need for kennel quilts.
Click HERE for more information and see how you can help furry friends.

In the spirit of giving, I am having a
 GIVEAWAY
One of my favorite online fabric shops is 
One of my readers will receive a $25.00 Gift Card to go SHOPPING!!!
Come back every day of the hop, visit all the blog posts of the day, leave a comment, and enter the giveaway.
(I've extended the time to enter to allow for everyone to visit all the blogs)
The winner will be announced on Monday, November 18th, 2019.

22 comments:

Pamela said...

Kennel quilts are such fun and quick projects to make, and they make you feel good for helping an animal find comfort!

Stitchin At Home said...

A lovely gift to be appreciated by the animals in need.

Elizabeth Coughlin said...

Such a great idea to sew to help animals!

Anita Jackson @ Domestic Felicity said...

Kennel quilts sound terrific, and great projects for 4-H and scout groups, the animals love the warmth....not how perfectly they are constructed :)

Dorian said...

A great idea! I know that there are lots of furry friends in need here, in California. Thanks for another great day of blog hopping!

Nancy L said...

Ridge Top Quilts has the cutest wreath table topper/wall hanging. I can't wait to make one!!

rosemaryschild said...

Loved the feathered wall hanging! A perfect opportunity to do some hand-quilting too! Thank you, Susan

OhioLori said...

Loooove the Projects "Farm Quilter" made!! He gift of quilt & purse will be soooo Treasured too! :)

beaquilter said...

thanks for hosting!

barbara woods said...

love giveaways and seeing so many projects

Farm Quilter said...

Great projects today!! The boys are scoring the quilts for Christmas in today's posts...isn't that panda quilt adorable?? I never thought of using a tapestry fabric to make pin cushions with...a whole new world just opened up!

Unknown said...

It is really inspiring to see all the creative ideas that people share. Nancy A: SewingGranda@gmail.com

Dix in Canada said...

Have really enjoyed checking out all the creative works from so many talented blog hosts. Thank you for doing all the work & organizing this enjoyment for all of us!

Sharon Aurora said...

A nice array of gifts today. I enjoyed the posts. The notebook cover was something I have been wanting to do so I found that post helpful.

GranChris said...

I love the pincushions.

Sue D said...

Beautiful fabric on this kennel quilt. I enjoyed all the wonderful projects on the blog hop too. Gave me some ideas to try.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

So many awesome projects. Thanks for the info for the kennel quilt. Someone just donated a bunch of worn out blankets and I can use those to make kennel quilts.

Theresa said...

Lovely idea for kennel animals. Thanks so much for hosting the hop. Lots of great gifts stitched.

Brenda @ Songbird Designs said...

Kennel quilts are great projects. One of our guild members takes our batting scraps to the Humane Society and they make bedding for the kennels. Some more really great projects today.

Susan said...

I am going to have to check if there's a need for kennel quilts the city I live
The batiks are gorgeous!

Danice G said...

Yes, animals have needs too. Always love the Island Batiks. Such quality fabrics.

Sharon said...

More inspiration today! Now I'm wishing for even more sewing time.