Giveaway: "About A Boy" Pattern and Circa 50 Organic Fabric Set from Fabricworm!

How much do you want to make this adorable bag and hat? We are giving away one “About a Boy” Make it Perfect Pattern by Toni Coward and the fabric to sew the whole set with! This is the cap your boy will always reach for first. With adjustable velcro tags at the back, it won’t going flying off his head when a sudden gust of wind blows and will protect him from the heat of the sun. The Satisfying satchel bag is made especially with boys in mind. The patchwork detail on the flap gives a bit of funk without going overboard. LOVE!

But that’s not all! We are also including ONE FULL YARD EACH of these three AMAZING new fabrics from Monaluna for Birch Fabrics Circa 50 line to make your new pattern with:

We were lucky enough to see these fabrics in person at Quilt Market and we just fell in love with them! They are all-new, just-launched, hot-off-the-presses, and made with 100% organic cotton. The colors and designs are just so fresh AND boy friendly! You can check out the whole line at Fabricworm.

So to enter this giveaway, let’s hear it for the boys!  Tell us something awesome about a boy in your life…your son, your dad, your husband, the pool boy, whoever.  I’ll start: My dad loves pastrami sandwiches, egg creams, black & white cookies, and Mallomars.  There’s no deep insight here, I just think he has rad taste.  Come back everyday for a new entry. Become a follower, share on facebook, or tweet the giveaway, then leave another comment each time letting us know for an additional entry. Entries will close at midnight June 9th and a winner will be randomly selected. GO LADIES GO LADIES!




My not-so-little-anymore brother reminds me of the deepness and sensitivity of a guy's heart. He crys (literal tears) in all sorts of movies:)

The Russ Family

My husband works so hard for our family and this allows me to stay home with our kiddos. Before I had kids, I wasn't sure if I would want to stay home, but now I am so thankful that I can.

Carrie Dyck

I love how much my son loves his cars and trucks. It is so different from my 3 girls. His all time favorite thing to do with his cars is to take scrap strips of wood and make roadways, and there is lots of them so there is lots of roads everywhere!!!

Ange Moore

My 20 month old son is a funny little man, chubby all over but very active. Always smiling and playing jokes on me and his older sister. He's very cruisy, just like his father!

Thanks for the great giveaway.

love for seven

Just today we have had a lizard loose in the car, tadpoles swimming in the bathroom sink(just before they descended their journey downward), and a bit of snake rangling going on. Don't ya just love little boys. I sure love mine!!!


My husband is a wonderful father to our two girls and a fantastic husband to me. He surprised me with a latte this morning after a super rough parenting round … so sweet!


My 22 month old son loves cars, trucks, motorcycles…you name it! He loves any kind of transportation! We took him to an open house at the local fire station and he was wide eyed the whole time and yelling "fiy ruck!" (fire truck)


In my household, it's Halloween EVERYDAY. You never know what he's going to be in the mood for that day. All you do know is that when you wake up and your weary eyes come into focus, you will see him standing there, on the side of your bed, dressed in full costume…waiting for you to notice him. He might be Wolverine. He might be Avatar. He might be Spiderman, wearing a Superman cape, with an Incredibles mask on and goggles on top of the mask. My 5 year old is Superhero in training.


When my 7 year old ran out the door for school this morning, he ran back because he forgot to kiss me goodbye. I didn't even have to tell. 🙂

lori lookadoo

I have four wonderful boys in my life. Yes, I am a mother to four sons. One of my sons has aspergers so he is truly the special man in my world and I feel so blessed to be a part of his life and to be chosen by God to be his mother. Lincoln is now 15 years old and I was told the other week for the first time in his life, that he seems normal thanks to alot of therapy and Jesus.


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