Would you like to make a darling Halloween cloth book for a child in your life? Then you came to the right blog post! The kind folks at Quilt Girls recently sent me two panels of “Five Little Pumpkins on Halloween Night,” and we’re running a giveaway!
This book panel was designed by Sandra Magsamen for Studio E Fabrics. The story features rhyming prose, which will encourage a young child to read along. And most importantly, the book will be completely huggable!
If you’ve never made a cloth book before, I encourage you to give it a whirl. It’s an easy project and a wonderful gift to give! Quilt Girls has an amazing selection of cloth panel books, including classic/vintage stories, ABC/123 primers, holiday stories, and contemporary characters. I’ve made three cloth books in the past and blogged about them.
Note: I included some of my own tips and instructions in this post!
HOW TO ENTER:
To enter, simply leave a comment telling me why you\’d like to make a cloth book. Be sure to include your email address. The giveaway is open to US mailing addresses only due to the high rate of international shipping. Comments are open through 3:00 pm (CST) on Monday, October 7, 2019. At that time, I will do a random drawing and announce the winners.
*Only one comment per person/per email address. Email me if you are having trouble leaving a comment and I will leave a comment on your behalf. (email@example.com)
Sewing friends, please visit the Quilt Girls website and check out their terrific selection of book panels, quilt panels and children’s fabrics. If you are sewing for a little person in your life, Quilt Girls has the fabric you need. Just check out this fun reading pillow I recently made using Halloween prints from their store! I sent this off to my nephew just yesterday. I think he’s going to love it!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, and thank you to Quilt Girls for their generous offer! Good luck, everyone!
26 thoughts on “Cloth book giveaway with Quilt Girls”
I would love to make a cloth book for my little grand children – such a neat idea and I know they would love it.
It would be nice to have one of these made ahead to give at a baby shower. I browsed Quilt Girls website – there are an amazing number of cloth books there. I will keep them in mind. Thank you, firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm having another grandbaby in april and would like to make them one. I have made one before for Easter. I had meant to place an order at Quilt Girls last Friday and now the item is out of stock. grrr I had sent them an email just now to them and hopefully they can get more. They have some nice childrens things and I hope to do some shopping. thanks for sharing their website.
I would love to make this cloth book for my youngest grandson, who can point out and say the word Pumpkin, but in the most adorable way of course.
The quilt girls website has some lovely cloth books. I made one years ago for Christmas. This one would be perfect for my new little grandson… thanks for the chance to win.
I wanted to make one for my great-granddaughter when she was born but didn't get to it. She is now 3 and started to recognize words and since she had a younger brother I think it would be nice for her to read to him. Thanks for all the tips.
I do not have any great-grands yet but with two grands married I will possibly in the future
I would make this for a sweet little baby of a friend she is due any day now!!!🎃👶
Just had new baby grandson last week. Great grand daughter will arrive in February. I'm sure some of my other grands will enjoy it too. I have never seen so many cute book panels as they have at Quilty Girls!
I have a 2 1/2 year old great grandson who loves me to read books to him. He would love one of these. Thanks email@example.com
I would love to make this for my one year old grandson in Arizona.Sharon_pagendarm@comcast.net
for the kids, right?! we always make these things for the kids we love:)
When you have a grandchild all you want is to snuggle up and read to them . My little one is 4 now and loves Halloween. I would love to make him this little book. 🎃
This would be so fun! I have my first grandchild due in March!! Thank you!
I have two little granddaughters that love to be read to!
I have made lots of cloth books in my lifetime. They are wonderful baby shower gifts. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com
I have a new great niece, Hailey, that I would love to make this book for! Thanks for the giveaway! Hibob2(at)earthlink(dot)net
Added for MBRogers:Hi Taunja,Thanks so much for the Quilt Girls website – such darling fabrics. I have 6 grandchildren – 3 under 5 years and they would love to have one of these books…I’d love to make one. Trying to get Christmas presents in order….MBRogersMbnrn2mbrogers2 @ mac.com
Oh my! I have grandkids that would love this book! It would make sitting in church easier for them. Thanks for a chance to win! firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love to make those cloth books for two little girls in my church. Their dad is the worship leader and does so much for everyone. I would just like to pay it back in a small way!
I have just started making cloth books. I have my first grandson due March 2020. I want to foster the love of reading soon. Thank you for the give away.
Comment left for Carol:I just love all of your wonderful quilting and finished products. Your ideals and projects are just beautiful!! I look forward to your e-mails. I have four great-grandchildren and would love to make a fabric book. I've made a couple a few years ago for my grandchildren but wasn't really happy with the results. I did print your wonderful directions and I want to make a fabric book and hope it comes out like yours!!! Thank you for the opportunity to win a fabric panel. Carol Spence baglady @ wowway.com
I have 23 great-grandbabies and this is an easy way to give then something . Inez Fay Hulsey email@example.com
I have a son and he would love this. Halloween is our favorite holiday. It was our baby shower theme last year. Robinbacho@yahoo.com
This would be a wonderful gift for my 2 month old grandson. He was a preemie and is also a rainbow baby, coming after the loss of his big brother. His mommy and daddy love to snuggle and read to him, and so does Grandma!
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