Sunday, 8 December 2013

Sunday Stash #92 - Christmas Give Away

This week Sunday Stash is linking up to the Sew Mama Sew Give Away Day which begins tomorrow December 9th.



Thank you for being so positive about the transfer of Sunday Stash to Molli Sparkles in 2014, announced last week. Josh is probably the biggest fabric lover I know. So I know that Sunday Stash @ Molli Sparkles will be something to look forward to. And as Josh is a graphic artist I am looking forward to learning how to take better photos of my fabric.

Don't worry my retirement from hosting will be chock (or chick) full of other things on the property to keep me very busy. Thank you for all your well wishes and a particular thanks to my Wombat Stew girls, Sunday Stash hosts and faithful linkers since Sunday Stash started in 2012.

Next week Sunday Stash will be hosted by Kelly from Made By Kelly.

The Christmas Give Away Edition



Earlier this year my mum handed me some Christmas fabric. She was clearing out her stash.

I really do have enough handmade Christmas decorations. She should know. She made all of them!

So you are in luck. I am giving some of you a chance to win some of these fabrics.


Australia Only (sorry postage is a killer)

One Winner will get ALL of the following:

The first is an Advent Calendar panel with the instructions.



The second is 4 fat eighths of Christmas fabric. These she used on my Christmas Table cloth.



The third are 4 x 6.5" squares of cheater block fabrics.



Overseas Only

One winner from overseas will get:

TWO fabulous pattern bundles Sew Seasonal and Ornamental released jointly by Quiet Play and Blossom Heart Quilts

These will be emailed to you via PDF so please make sure that your current email address is attached to your entry.



Random Anywhere

One winner from anywhere in the world will get:

The latest paper pieced Christmas pattern by Quiet Play featuring a sweet Christmas Robin.



This will be emailed to you via PDF so please make sure that your current email address is attached to your entry.

How to Enter

All you have to do to enter is tell me your country of residence and one Christmas tradition you love.

Followers get a bonus entry. Just leave me a comment of one word that describes Christmas for you.

Remember to check that your email is current in order for me to contact you should your entry win randomly.



Entries close NOON Saturday 14th December  (Australian Eastern Standard time) that is Friday 13th December 5pm (Pacific Standard Time).

This competition is now CLOSED.

I will announce the THREE winners next Sunday Stash. Good Luck.

Don't forget to link up your regular Sunday Stash finds below!



58 comments:

  1. I'm on the US and one of our favorite traditions is Chili on Christmas eve. We each get to open one gift (unless my fireman has to work Christmas morning then we open all of them.)

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  2. I live in the U.S. My favorite Christmas tradition is being together with the entire family.

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  3. Too bad I'm in the US...those tiny Santas are adorable! I love the whole decorating for Christmas after Thanksgiving. I am only ready to hear Christmas music once Thanksgiving is done. I wish someone would tell the stores this! haha Thanks for hosting :)

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  4. I'm in Panama and I love to make cookies with my kids and then leave some out for Santa. Thanks!

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  5. I'm in the USA, Our favorite tradition is Husbands Smoked Ham YUMMY

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  6. Oops I follow through bloglovin google gmail

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  7. Im a Canadian. Traditions are changing now that the kids are moving out....but we usually still play board games on christmas day while the turkey cooks

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  8. I am from Greece and I love the exchanging of gifts and the stuffed turkey with chestnut rice!AriadnefromGreece!

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  9. I'm in Oklahoma (US) and this year we wrapped up 24 books (ok let's be real there are probably closer to 50 books total but they're in 24 packages) and my little boy is opening one every night until Christmas.

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  10. Stressful!
    I'm a new follower through bloglovin.

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  11. I'm from Germany and I sing in our church choir. My favorite chhristmas tradition is our almost entirely sung christmas eve service.

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  12. U.S.A. And a favorite tradition (in my husband's fam) is getting matching PJs before bedtime.

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  13. I live in South Carolina, USA. Our favorite Christmas tradition. is to go to a live nativity drive through that they have at a church every year. It is full of animals and the angels are my favorite part. It is done at night and all the characters are back lit. it is just amazing.

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  14. Kentucky in the US. My favorite tradition....family christmas ornament exchange. Everyone has a collection and it is fun to watch them grow each year. kmcassie@gmail.com

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  15. Ongoing follower....kmcassie@gmail.com

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  16. I'm in Missouri just outside of St.Louis. No specific traditions. Just spending time with family.

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  17. I'm from Germany and my favourite Christmas dinner is our Fondue dinner at Christmas Eve. Thanks for the chance!

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  18. I am living near Sydney, Australia.
    I love the leaving a mince pie and carrot out for Santa on Christmas Eve :-)

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  19. Hello from the USA! I love the annual Christmas cookie baking day with my family!

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  20. Hello from Minnesota USA - I love putting up the tree and seeing all the ornaments we've collected over the years!

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  21. I'm in England!
    Mulled wine and mince pies!

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  22. I live in the US. We hang out on Christmas Eve and the kids open one present, then we get up in the morning and exchange gifts and have dinner together.

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  23. Aussie here!! Favourite Christmas tradition is taking one present each to the park Christmas morning with my little girl (while the grown ups hunt for coffee) before we start the crazy holiday whip around

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  24. I am from Snowy Mountains region NSW. Celebrating Christmas Eve with family and after dinner walking up the hill with grandchildren to see if Santa is coming.

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  25. I am from the US. Tradition is having the kids make breakfast on christmas day!

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  26. Currently living in the middle of the US. Christmas tradition for us is having cookies for breakfast the day after Christmas

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  27. From Portland, Oregon, USA. Nutcracker concert and cruising the light displays on Peacock Lane! Thanks! artseedz (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. I'm in the US and I love baking and decorating cutout cookies at Christmastime!

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  29. I am from Newcastle NSW but my pop and grandmother lived at Alstonville when I was little. When I saw your banner I knew I had to find out were you lived and was delighted to find I have been there (but not for quite a while). It is a beautiful part of the world.
    I will be spending Christmas with my family at my parents house in the Barrington foothills and then a quick hour trip home on boxing day to host Christmas Lunch on boxing day for my inlaws.

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  30. I am a new follower by Bloglovin'

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  31. I'm from the USA & I love decorating the Christmas tree!

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  32. I am from the USA and I love going to mass on Christmas eve.

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  33. I am from the USA, and our favorite Christmas tradition is the Christmas brunch we have after opening our gifts. It's a big spread of our favorite breakfast foods served in the dining room with our best dishes and candles. The best part... we eat in our pajamas. Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  34. I'm in the US, and a favorite tradition is driving around and looking at Christmas lights. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  35. I'm in the US, and we do an advent spiral with readings nighly.

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  36. I am in Canada. A favorite tradition is lighting up the house with Christmas lights. It gets dark around 4:00 in the afternoon right now so it's a great way to cheer up.

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  37. usa! we love putting up the tree

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  38. I'm in the US and love having the grandkids over to decorate sugar cookies!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

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  39. I am a follower!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

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  40. USA Love being with the grand children on Christmas Eve when we open presents

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  41. I am from West Virginia in the USA. I love spending time with family. Thanks

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  42. I am a new follower on bloglovin. I can't wait to come back and spend some time looking around.

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  43. I live in the US and love going to midnight mass.

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  44. I'm from Germany and no favourite Christmas tradition here... I like the lights and candles and of course the cookies!

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  45. I follow via bloglovin and my one word is 'lights'

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  46. I love in Texas, USA. My fav tradition is the whole family going to Christmas Eve services together! mrscwatson81@hotmail.com

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  47. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  48. We always drive around and see the Christmas lights, even when we are in another city. Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  49. I'm an Aussie local and my favourite tradition is the dance sport championships on Christmas afternoon. Even if I have to tape it and watch it Boxing Day.

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  50. I also love to follow your blog.

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  51. I am from Georgia in the USA. My favorite Christmas tradition is reading Luke Chapter 2 on Christmas Eve as a family.

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  52. I follow via bloglovin, Pinterest and Facebook.

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  53. I'm from Illinois in the US. My favorite tradition is watching a Christmas movie on Christmas Eve.

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  54. This competition is now CLOSED at #57

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