Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Giveaway: Teddy bear embroidery patterns



The Winter Teddy bear pattern that I had posted is one of the 25 patterns that I have collected . The rest of the patterns show teddy bears in different seasons and many more interesting stuff. The patterns are really very cute and anyone would enjoy to work on it.

Instead of posting each pattern here ( to avoid monotonous posts), I would be happy to give away these patterns ( Zip -file format) to five of my readers.

To Enter: Just leave a comment below telling me where would you use these patterns.
Make sure to leave your email address with the comment.
You can share about this giveaway . The more the merrier.

The five winners will be picked randomly and announced on  Monday, 23 Jan 2012.

46 comments:

  1. I'd love to use this for a pillow case for baby! such a cute pattern..
    my email: myexpneedlenthread@gmail.com

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  2. I would love to use these on a play blanket/mat for my grandson and to dress up his onesies. Also I have a friend that collects Teddy Bears and these would be great to add to a carryall bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. I have 13 grandchildren ranging from 7mos to 9 years. And I make items for them for Christmas instead of buying them gifts. With these patterns I see cute framed pictures, onesies, t-shirts, pillow cases, and maybe even a patchwork quilt or two in their futures!!! Thank you for a chance at these as I am always looking for ways to cut cash corners, and put a lot of love in my creations! Dawn

    ladybythefalls@att.net

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  4. I adore bears! I have over 1,000. I'd love to make something w/ these patterns to add to my collection. :)

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  5. I'd definitely use them for a baby quilt (or maybe several baby quilts--or maybe just one huge baby quilt).
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. What a nice giveaway! I just became a follower, as I just found you!:0)

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  7. I would use them in blocks in a quilt.
    kathrynnpolfer at gmail dot com

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  8. I just became a follower. I would use them on little towels for each child.

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  9. I have a brand new grandson (our first grandchild actually) and I would love to make him a quilt using the little teddy bears.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  10. hi, i found you through craftgossip and am now following you! i woul use these patterns to make gifts for my new (and first!) granbaby, for my partner and for a few friends that also collect teddies

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  11. Well it will make a great gift to a son

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  12. They would make a adorable quilt! Or embroidered on some flour sack towels. Lots of ideas!

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  13. I would use them on tea-towels and I would love to but them in a quilt.
    Thanks for the nice offer.
    englanddenise at hotmail dot com

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  14. I would use them for drawstring bags to give as gifts..thanks for such a sweet giveaway!
    nabihawangde(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. Hi! These patterns are so cute! I would give them to my sister. She makes bears and I think that she can use these patterns to embellish the bear-dresses!?
    lucie.seeuws@free.fr

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  16. Cuties for sure. My son loves bears, so I would make them either as wall hangings or embroider on a comforter for him.

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  17. Cute Cute teddybears...
    I have a baby girl and it would be perfect for her pillow...
    great givavway, many thanks...

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  18. So cute! I would use them on my bed linens!
    BragginRightsBath@live.com
    Thanks a bunch for the opportunity!
    Tracy

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  19. I'm a newbie quilter and think these would make super blocks mixed in on a small quilt/knee rug.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Hugz
    Moz mozroberts@mweb.co.za

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  20. Would use these to make baby quilts and other baby items.

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  21. I can definitely see some child and/or baby quilts happening with these designs ... they are absolutely delightful! Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  22. I think they are calling out to be a baby quilt or wall hanging. so cute!

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  23. I would definitely use these to make a baby quilt. Love the bears, they are adorable. Thanks for the chance to win the patterns.
    Kay kwbrasfield@yahoo.com

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  24. they would be good in a quilt

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  25. These would be perfect for NICU quilts for the premie babies. The bears are just adorable.

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  26. I would love to make a baby quilt with these adorable patterns.
    requilt (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  27. I would definitely use these as framed wall art in my daughter's bedroom! =)
    SO cute!
    Brandy
    11seventytwo (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. I would probably make a baby quilt from these cutie teddies!

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  29. I have two nieces with brand new babies, and I've been looking for something special to embroider for the new family members. These bears would work perfectly!

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  30. I would use them on a baby quilt. They would llok good on a quilt hanging on a baby bed or rocker in the room. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  31. This could be a "magical reading blanket" for a goodnight ritual. Can you imagine a child wrapping themselves in it and waiting for the next book to be read to them?

    Fox

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  32. These would make a very cute baby quilt and some clothing for my grand daughters. Thank you for the chance to win these adorable bears.

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  33. I would these to make some "dog" quilts. Love the bears, but I have no kids, only dogs. Thanks for the chance to win the patterns.
    Diva
    divasilva@hotmail.com

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  34. Just a fun quilt would be great for me. These are really cute and I love cute!

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  35. Tons of ideas running rampant in my head. Quilts for my charity cause, a six pane window scene for my g'daughter who loves bears, a cute little wall hanging for me, quilts for my charity cause (oh I did say that twice didn't I) well you see where i am at.

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  36. I would use these for a quilt.

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  37. very cute.
    I want to make a bearquilt for my granddaughter.
    Marie

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  38. Hi I love so much redwork, and this teddy will be perfect for mi child room.

    Thanks,

    Ale Abarca
    Costa Rica

    aleabarca612@gmail.com
    100porcientotico.blogspot.com

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  39. I would love to transform them into mini sticheries and put them together in a miniquilt for mine teddybears at home. They were very excited when they saw the photo at the top. So I had to promised them that I would stitch the pattern shown on Craftgossip for them. That is a nice project for this weekend.

    Thanx for sharing and enjoy all the messages on this blog.

    Just in case... mcking at live dot nl

    Nice greetings,
    Willeke
    The Netherlands

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  40. I would love to use those on my baby's quilt

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    1. If you need the designs , you should post your email id.

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  41. Hi,
    Would definitely love to have these.. make a blanket for my nephew....i can imagine it already..
    thanks a lot
    Sheela [satbij@gmail.com]

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  43. nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

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