Guest posting today at Ellison Lane

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Well, it’s been a busy time for me this month.  As well as collecting and co-ordinating guest posts from wonderful bloggers on my own site for the Seasonal Sewing Series, I also am taking part in the Holiday Hostess Series over at Ellison Lane today.

I’m sharing a small sewing tutorial of my own and I’d be delighted if you popped over to say hello to Jennifer and take a look.

And because you can never ever have enough sewing giveaways, Jennifer has organised lots more sewing prizes too.  Let’s give a big thanks to her wonderful sponsors:

Sponsor Prize List: 

Fabricworm: Mod Basics Bundle

Intrepid Thread: Hip Holiday Bundle and 2 Patterns

Cucire: Shot Cottons & Aurifil

Sticherie: Lush Uptown Jelly Roll

Sew Adorable Fabrics: Christmas Riley Blake Fat Quarter Bundle

Timeless Treasures: Holiday Fat Quarter Bundle

Fat Quarter Shop: $50 Gift Certificate

Zipit: $25 Gift Certificate

Southern Fabric: $25 Gift Certificate

Dritz: Elastics Bundle (14 packs)

Fabulous sewing giveaway as part of the Holiday Hostess series. 10 awesome prizes - closes 23 Nov. Fabulous sewing giveaway as part of the Holiday Hostess series. 10 awesome prizes - closes 23 Nov.

 You can enter here to win one of these great prizes!

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Giveaway terms and conditions: Open Worldwide. Giveaway closes on 23 Nov 2013 at 11.59pm.  Winners will be notified by Jennifer at Ellison Lane.  So Sew Easy is not responsible for prize delivery.  This draw is in no way sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with any of the external websites such as Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.

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16 Responses to Guest posting today at Ellison Lane

  1. Diane says:

    My favorite holiday food is all the desserts!

  2. Sue says:

    My favorite holiday food is FUDGE. I know I shouted, but I like fudge that much!

  3. debrajwebb says:

    I cook, bake and prepare all natural holistic healthy foods and drinks! I make everything gluten free, dairy free, soy free and no GMOs!
    I love a wide variety of foods and drinks. Blessings!

  4. SarahZ says:

    Just wanted to let you know that I have since made 4 of your wonderful skillet handle holders! Loved making them, and I put a little loop on mine so I could hang them up, too! The tutorial is great and easy to follow. Thanks again for a great idea!

    • Deby Coles says:

      Glad you like them. I don’t do a lot of sewing other than clothes, so this made a nice change. I’m going to be fitting out my kitchen with some new oven mitts and potholders in the new year, got fabric on order, so I’ll share these too and we can all by smart and co-ordinated. Thanks for following along.

  5. Judith Martinez says:

    I think my favorite holiday food is sweet potatoes.

  6. Debbie says:

    I think this is just a fabulous giveaway and I hope i win. Thanks for the chance. Great blog, I enjoy reading it.

  7. Anke says:

    Favourite holiday food: homemade cookies from my mother-in-law. She always bakes some without raisins extra for me.

  8. Debbie says:

    I look forward to all the sweets & cookies. Nice blog. Thanks for the chance to win.

  9. Mehnaz says:

    I am looking forward to the pumpkin cheesecake I make every year 🙂

  10. Carol P. says:

    I am looking forward to a holiday ham!

  11. Mimi O says:

    As weird as it sounds, one of my favorite holiday foods is….rutabaga. I just love it with turkey gravy on top!

  12. zenthea says:

    Have holiday food- the cookies and candy I make every year!

  13. Thanks so much for being a guest Deby! Loved your tutorial and appreciate your time in sharing it with all of my readers. 🙂 Happy Holidays!

  14. DJ says:

    I love the skillet handle cover. We cook with our iron skillet frequently and this is a great idea to keep from burning fingers.

  15. jane d says:

    My fave holiday food is chocolate fudge!

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