Sunday, December 12, 2010

GIVEAWAY DAY!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. I'LL BE IN TOUCH WITH THE WINNER VERY SOON:)

If you are a new visitor to Belle + Bee...WELCOME! I'm so excited about Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day because not only do I get to meet new blog friends, but I also get to roam cyber-world and drool over all the prizes that I want to win! I had the WORST time trying to decide what to offer here at Belle + Bee. There were just so many choices of fun things to share:)

But, first a tiny bit of background about Belle + Bee for our new friends. I'm a stay-at-home mom with two adorable little girls, "Belle," who is 3 and "Bee," who is 1. I started quilting as a little girl and over time have branched out to pretty much any thing that can be sewn, stitched, or created. I'm a compulsive project-starter, which drives my incredibly supportive husband just a little crazy. And Belle + Bee, the blog, is my outlet to share all the various projects that fill my days. You can find everything from needle felted fairies to clothing tutorials to kids' crafts in the archives. And there's always something new around the next corner!

But enough of that...on to the fun stuff:)

In my world, winter is all about cozy crafts...things that warm you as you work. So, after much debate, I settled on a COZY CUSTOM HAT AND SCARF SET for my prize. The options really are endless. Adult, child, infant, earflaps, fur, fuzz, animals, flowers, pompoms... I'll contact the winner via email to design your custom set.
Now, if I were you...I'd take a good hard look at that Christmas shopping list. Then I'd bury it in my bag and order this first set for myself. Of course, I'm just a bit biased. That's my hat and scarf:) It is the thickest, softest, my luscious yarn ever! Warm, wooly, and oh so happy:) (And available in other colors, of course!) The perfect way to reward yourself for surviving all the holiday hubub! I just wish you could touch it through your screen!!!!


But, there are lots of other options too! Animal hats are very popular with small children, but also HUGELY popular with teenagers and young adults. I've actually sold more in adult sizes than child sizes this holiday season.


And every little girl needs a snuggly flower hat that ties securely around her chin so she can't wrestle it off in mid-walk. Because that has NEVER happened in our stroller! HA!

Teddy bears, panda bears, cats, and lions, oh my! [That's a "GRRRR!" in the pic:)]


But of course, if you live in a windy climate, it's nice to be able to tie your own hat securely around your chin.

And one more flower because Bee is just so darn cute!

As you can see, the options really are endless...you design your own prize. I'll work with you to get color, yarn, style, and size that will be perfect for anyone on your list, including yourself!


To enter, just comment below! Tell me your favorite winter crafting activity, and PLEASE leave your email address in your comment so that I can track you down easily. I'll randomly select a winner on December 17. Of course, I'd love to have some new followers, so take a look around and if you like what you see you can use the various tools on the right to follow in your reader or on Facebook. If you follow on Facebook you'll find occassional FB specials and Etsy coupon codes available only to followers.


That poor child is so tired of having to pose in hats!!! I hope she'll forgive me someday!
Thanks for stopping by, and don't forget to take a look at the other great giveaways at Sew Mama Sew.

162 comments:

  1. I love knitting and crocheting in the winter...but now it is summer and I am still working on some blankets!

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  2. aww, such cute hats. When it starts to get cold, I break out the knitting. It's much more of a winter activity for me!

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  3. Oh my, these are amazing!! I love curling up with a crochet project during the cold winter months. Unfortunately, I never seem to have the commitment to finish any larger projects, although I love to start them!

    Stop on over at my blog for a chance to win a pretty tote bag. The link is in my profile.

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  4. That's a very generous giveaway. Wow! Bee is adorable- that hat really sets her face off. I'm going to check out some of your lins for crocheting ideas.
    I've got a giveaway going on to.
    http://lomagirl.blogspot.com

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  5. My favorite winter crafting projects are making baking cookies, making my Christmas cards, and making Christmas ornaments. Now that my son is old enough to "help" it's even more enjoyable.
    stephkucera (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  6. Beautiful items you make! Cold weather is a great time to work on binding quilts or crocheting a blank IMHO.

    Feel free to stop by my blog (www.chickadeecreations.blogspot.com) for a chance at my ornament and tote bag and fabric giveaway.

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  7. Cute hats!! My winter time crafting consists of making all homemade gifts for those on my list. I hate how commercial Christmas has become for all the small children in the family and want to bring a little magic back :)

    jones.amanda.m@gmail.com

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  8. Oh, my! Cute hats and cuter models!!
    I've just sorta started taking up knitting in the winter. I'm getting the hang of it, but I'm nowhere near being able to make a hat. I also love to bake in the winter cause it keeps the house nice and warm and smelling yummy!

    sallybway at suddenlink dot net

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  9. cute hats! i wish i could knit! my favorite winter time craft is hand quilting because I can be productive while I'm kept warm by the quilt that I'm quilting! :)
    (my email address is in my profile)

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  10. Ooh, you do some gorgeous work!

    My favorite winter craft is making little handsewn objects for the house (garlands, etc). It's as close and patient as I can get to knitting. :P

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  11. Quilting is my winter craft of choice! And today's a snow day so if I can tear myself away from the giveaways, I plan to do some quilting today :)

    I would love to win this...my sis is expecting her first baby so I'd definitely choose something for my new niece or nephew! Thanks a bunch! kellie.cotton(at)att(dot)net

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  12. I love quilting in the winter!
    deserae (at) gmail (dot) com

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  13. What lovely hats! My favorite winter craft is knitting on the couch with cats cuddled up to me while the kids play on the floor.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

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  14. Your hats are SO cute! slj4981 at g mail dot com

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  15. Love these! howdoweboilwater.email@gmail.com

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  16. Adorable hats! I love the animals and flowers.

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  17. I am cardmaker, althought here lately I have been in a slump. So right now, I am just into my photography and photo-editing. That always is keeping me busy :)

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  18. favorite winter crafting? probably cookie baking & card making!

    needlegrrl at gmail

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  19. I am crocheting Christmas right now. So I would love to win the set for myself, since I never seem to make anything for me. datepen@yahoo.com

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  20. I love quilting! Thanks for the chance!! ksprencel(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. adorable! this is just what I need for my girls!

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  22. LOVE the hats! I have a little boy who needs a nice winter hat :)
    My favorite winter crafting activity is hand-sewing felt ornaments for our Christmas tree.
    LauraL444 at yahoo dot com

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  23. Does hot chocolate count for a winter activity? :) I'm usually so busy crafting for Christmas its crazy!!

    Amanda
    amandaandandy@yahoo.com

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  24. Oh my, I LOVE the lil ear hats! I'd *almost* feel too old to wear one but I can't help but swoon over them! I wish I could crochet but I haven't quite caught on and the only thing I can knit is a scarf...and believe you me...I've already knit enough of those for Xmas gifts my friends and fam are probable sick of em!

    I like sewing capes for my nephews though...and random yo gabba gabba stuff for my fanatic niece. This winter's been pretty dang busy!!

    ~Sabrina
    beanerut@yahoo.com

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  25. Thanks for the giveaway. very lovely work.
    I love sewing and crafting. I also like to quilt when it's really cold so I can cover up.

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  26. Oh my goodness! So adorable! I think I would want the panda bear hat to wear for myself! But the tie under the chin with the flower is also super cute! What a talent!

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  27. Quilting is always my favorite. I want to learn how to crochet..... but haven't gotten to that yet!

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  28. i'm a sewer but my sewing room sure does get cold in the winter. so, i'm going to try to teach myself crochet! can't wait to get started.



    thanks for the giveaway!

    sevan76dress {at} gmail {dot} com

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  29. Love all your hats, specially the ones with ears.

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  30. My favorite winter craft is sewing.

    pryortara@yahoo.com

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  31. In the winter I love to take the time to update my scrapbooks - take a look back at the year!

    slove554(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. my favorite crafting activity for winter is hand sewing binding on a quilt because you get to snuggle under it.

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  33. I do crocheting mostly in the winter, as well as sewing up things for summer.
    Holly
    hollydaycloset@yahoo.com

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  34. Embroidery is my fave at the moment8)

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  35. Favorite winter craft activity is quilting! Thanks for the chance to win! (sukie80@gmail.com)

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  36. I am currently making tons of sewn Christmas presents, and this is what I do every December (You'd think I would remember and start earlier, but no).

    konester (at) gmail (dot ) com

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  37. I stop doing all other crafts and bake bake and then bake some more over the winter months. Cookies, cakes, soups and breads heat my house all winter long. Really cute hats by the way :) mmcgowan at zoomtown dot com

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  38. How cute! I love the purple ear flap hat with flower :) I really like to sew gifts for people... I haven't been getting as much done this winter as I need to or would like but that is what I choose when I have time :)

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  39. Such a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

    s_vaden at hotmail dot com

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  40. For winter, I like doing more intricate work than what I usually do . . . like embroidery or any kind of hand stitching since that's something I rarely do when the weather is nice. :)

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  41. I love to quilt during the winter. I've put away all my sewing for December but will pull everything out after the holidays. I'd LOVE to win the first item you pictured--the scarf and hat set. It does look luscious! p.s. I found you by your comment on Quilt Dad.

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  42. My favorite winter craft... baking if that counts hehe. I love that teal hat with the flower - its so cute. Thank you for the chance to win!

    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. great hats!! i love sewing any time of year, and knitting is a lot of fun when it's cold outside. :)

    bess

    jbknav at hotmail dot com

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  44. Baking and crafting with my little guy. Love the hats!

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  45. Beautiful hats! My favorite snowy, winter, crafty activity is quilting. There's nothing better than finishing a new quilt to snuggle on the couch with!

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  46. My favorite project lately has been knitted wristwarmers. They are SO easy to make, it's lots of fun to choose color combinations, and everyone who sees mine wants a pair of their own!

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  47. Love your hats! And I wish I could knit like that. I can do a basic knit stitch, but that's about it. My new winter activity is quilting.

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  48. How cute!

    MY favorite winter craft? Quilts for family/friends :) So far I've completed 6? and you'd think my list would be dwindling, but it keeps growing! Eventually I'll finish, 12 days left and all :P

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  49. hmmm.... not sure what my favorite winter crafting activity is. maybe making paper snowflakes? and of course baking! This is a great giveaway! btw, my youngest is named Quinby and we call her "baby bee".

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  50. Thanks for doing a giveaway! My favorite winter (or any time of year) craft is quilting. My 19 month old daughter would look adorable in one of your hats!

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  51. My favorite winter crafting activity is sewing, and baking of course. I enjoy baking pies for the holidays!

    PS: PANDA HAT!!! I need one! It's my nickname and would be very appropriate for me to wear.

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  52. These are adorable. My son could certainly use a warm, wooly animal ear hat. Thanks for sharing!

    In the wintertime I like to cuddle in a blanket and knit with warm yarn until my fingers are cold. Then I like to cradle a cup of hot cocoa. Then I like to sew. :D

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  53. Toys for Christmas, that's what I like. Last year, lovely custom wardrobe for Barbie. This year, a pantry of felt food. The hats are so adorable. Thanks for the giveaway and happy holidays!

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  54. How darling! (And your sweet model was such a good sport!) My favorite winter craft is embroidery...something I can pick up and put down easily...something that forces me to slow down and breathe a bit; especially during this time of year when things are crazy hectic.

    Cheers!

    secret cake at yahoo dot com

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  55. What gorgeous creations!!! Sewing is my favorite craft ANY TIME! :) I'd love to learn to knit, but my tension is just off, off, off. I'm at fullertonregan at yahoo dot com. Thanks for the chance!!

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  56. Does napping count as a winter crafting activity? Baking is a close runner-up. It is cold here!

    nachoandtdog at gmail dot com

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  57. Does curling up in bed with a book? No, well, sewing something. Sewing anything.

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  58. What cute hats! I like to sew PJ pants in the winter. Comfy, comfy.

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  59. What great hats! My birthday is the 17th, and winning would make the day extra-special!

    My favorite craft is sewing.

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  60. cute cute hats. Winter crafting... probably cross stitching with a cup of tea by the fire!

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  61. Cooking! :) I love all of those, the fuzzy ears hat is just adorable!

    (craftymom85atgmaildotcom)

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  62. Wintertime is time to start my handicrafts...cross-stitch here.

    Reddie10 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  63. Those hats are ever so cute and so are the models! My daughter would love one of those. Right now, my favorite craft is sewing, especially baby blankies and other warm stuff for the baby on the way.

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  64. Thanks for the soft and warm giveaway!

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  65. Quilting is definitely my favorite winter crafting activity!

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  66. so cute! I love to quilt in winter. :)
    superbecca at gmail.com

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  67. Aww this is awesome! I love all these hats! My favorite winter project is knitting of some kind. Usually because I am freezing and need something to warm me up! :D

    Totally need to stalk your blog now for those felted fairies!

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  68. Beautiful hats. My favorite winter activity is making paper snowflakes with the kids. It's so exciting opening them up to see all the different designs.

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  69. Awesome hats! My favorite winter craft is the same as spring, summer and fall! Sewing!

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  70. seriously great hats! Favorite craft is baking and making ornaments with the kiddos!

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  71. I love to crochet during the winter. Cute hats!

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  72. Oh I love knit hats! I would love to win one for my daughter! :-) My winter craft would be sewing. Thanks so much! :-)

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  73. I tend to knit more in the Winter. I have an afghan that I have worked on the last 2 winters. Perhaps this year I'll finish.

    Thanks for the chance to win such a generous prize.

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  74. My fave winter craft is definitely crocheting. I love to knit but it kills my hands. I would pick a set for me for once I think.

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  75. Wow, fabulous giveaway! My favorite winter craft is screen printing, well its' mu favorite all year round really. :)

    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

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  76. quilting, gingerbread people, salt dough handprints!

    my daughter would love a hat with bear ears!!!!!!!

    thanks for the chance to win - beautiful work!

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  77. A fox hat! can you make it? I'd love to wear it... hope I win!

    le.paradis.found at gmail dot com

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  78. my favorite winter craft is crocheting. it's pretty much my favorite craft all year long, too. thanks for the chance to win. your hats are cute.

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  79. so beautiful!! i love to sew in the winter and make warm quilts for friends!

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  80. These are really great! I wish I could knit :) I am newer to the craft/sewing world, but lately I have been enjoying handmade ornaments/gifts and home decor. Thanks!
    megancparsons(at)gmail(dot)com

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  81. These are so cute! I love the animal ones!!! My favorite winter crafting activity is doll making!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  82. How is anyone meant to choose from so many adorable things??!!! I want a set for myself, just like you said, but then you go and show those cute animal hats and I think how much my kids would love them....grrrr I don't think I could choose! lol!! Oh and my fav winter indoor activity is quilting! And Summer, and Spring and Fall....

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  83. could those hats be any cuter? i knit - but only dishcloths. simple, small, take with me dishcloths on circulars so i don't drop stitches when i set it down fifty times a day.

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  84. Awww, they are adorable....the kids and the hats =)

    My favorite activity lately is sewing, anything really. I've been busy creating baby stuff for my new little one and I also like doing patchwork scarves. Anyhoo, thanks for sharing! Hope I win!!

    Susan

    susansisney@hotmail.com

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  85. I like making ornaments to display on our Christmas tree. I would love a hat and scarf set. I just need a minute more to decide what it should look like and who it should be for. Thank you so much for the chance to win. Happy Christmas. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

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  86. As it started snowing here on Dec. 1st and hasn't stopped (schools closed again), I'm finding hoodies w/ appliques to be one of my favorite cold season crafts this year. TheModernLady@yahoo.com.

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  87. I LOVE baking!! Its the best time of year to do it ... especially since I live in the south and who feels like baking in 90 degrees?

    Thanks for a great giveaway!! Have a wonderful holiday season! <3 xox

    krencamp(at)gmail(dot)com

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  88. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I love the teddy bear hat! In the winter I really enjoy cooking and baking. It's too hot to do it in the summer.
    imnstitches(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  89. What lovely things you've made! I sooo wish I could knit/crochet but I stick to sewing...so that's my favorite winter time crafty activity!
    leighannerushing(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  90. My favorite winter craft is either sewing or painting:)

    Trudy
    onlyjustine at yahoo dot com

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  91. I tend to start on really random projects (earrings from melted solder, if you can believe it), sewing Christmas ornaments as soon as it gets cold and windy, or knitting. Except my knitting extends to about scarves and...yeah, scarves are about it. -grin- I simply ADORE the panda hat, by the way.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    embyrfire(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  92. I love sewing cute stuff for my kids...one of which needs a new hat! So cute!

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  93. Adorable stuff! My winter projects are usually mass quantities of Christmas gifts (usually about 3 more than I can actually get done!) And then, after Christmas, I start on birthday gifts for the kids!

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  94. My fav winter craft is sewing! :) Your hats are lovely! Thank you for the chance to win!
    daydreambelievershop{at}gmail{dot}com

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  95. Your hats are lovely, and since I can't knit or crochet at all, I am super-impressed!

    addyforrest(at)gmail(dot)com

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  96. I love sewing with fleece in the winter - it's just right to do it when it's hot out! Your hats are so adorable - thanks for the giveaway!
    sweetwatercloth@gmail.com

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  97. Oh my goodness! How adorable.

    I love to sew in the winter, because using the iron helps to keep the room warm :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    orinoco14 at yahoo dot com

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  98. Wow! Great prize! I love your hats, and your little model is so adorable! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  99. What beautiful hats! I enjoy knitting during the cold months (and all year round ;) ). Thank you for the giveaway!

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  100. I love hand quilting when it's cold. That way I can enjoy the quilt while I'm sitting on the couch watching TV. And since I usually give away everything I make, this gives me my chance to love the project like my own before it goes to its new home.

    Thanks for the giveaway! Robyn (dot) Geddes (at) gmail (dot) com

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  101. Those are beautiful hats! I like loom knitting in the winter. :)

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  102. Oh wow.. I'm loving the hats! Wow! Thanks for the great giveaway! My favorite activity is scrapbooking - organizing pictures from the year before and making them pretty!

    cy.song1 at gmail dot come

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  103. Such adorable hats!!
    I am having a giveaway too!! Come check it out if you like. http://hendrixville.blogspot.com/

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  104. First what awesome hats! I can't knit so I am always impressed by these!

    In the winter time is time I can actually get my kids to craft. Summer time they would rather play outdoors, as would I, so we take the winter months to do a bit of everything that small hands (and my patients) can handle!

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  105. These are so awesome! I love the animal hats! My favorite winter crafting activity... I've never thought of separating them by season, so I'm not sure. Right now I'm having a pretty good time refashioning thrifted clothes. :) Thanks for participating in the give aways! ~Kelly, wyndsung@gmail.com

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  106. I love to make all my Christmas cards! dhippo at mac dot com

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  107. Wonderful giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

    My favorite winter-time craft is jewelry making.

    kalviene (at) gmail (dot) com

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  108. quilting is pretty much my only crafting activity at any point of the year, with brief spates of clothing reconstruction. i wish i could knit reliably.
    but oh boy do i ever need an awesome hat! a few weeks ago when it was 12 degrees and i went out in my hat and big coat, my mother thought i was a hobo leaning against her car. (i'm totally not kidding, not even a little bit.) *grin-sigh*
    i could totally go for a cute cat hat.
    thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  109. I like to just quilt the winter away!

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  110. I like to mix water and food colour and put it in spray bottles and let the kids "colour" in the snow :)

    I think this is a GREAT giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

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  111. Winter crafting? I'm into the DIY "snowglobes" my daughter and I have been making - interesting liquid and sparkles and trinkets into an old water bottle. glue the top and voila!

    jshen37 at gmail dot com

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  112. Oh my Goodness! Your hats are so super cute and I can't believe how generous you are being in the giveaway! My favorite winter crafts are knitting and, lately, embroidering. Things I can do while cuddled on the couch in front of a fire!

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  113. I get all kinds of crafting done in the winter because it gets dark so early, but mostly sewing. Then again I mostly sew all the time these days.

    It doesn't get too cold here in Cali so no need to get cuddly (except when I go to the mountains!).

    aprilly (at) gmail (dot) com

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  114. I love to do embroidery curled up on the couch.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    parknj at verizon dot net

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  115. Loved visiting your blog - your items are beautiful. I love to make hybrid boxes. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  116. Cute hats!!! I def want an animal one for my toddler boy!

    I love to crochet scarves in the winter!

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  117. Seriously adorable child. I've been holed up in my craft room sewing various christmas gifts lately (and wasting a lot of time making random stuff from scraps). I'd love one of your hats for my son. Thanks!
    kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  118. Sledding of course. lol

    Those hats are adorable, and so are your little ones!

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  119. Delightful models! It would be a treat to have you knit a special hat for my little ones.

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  120. Oh these are beautiful and the models --what agency did you use to find those cuties? I love the last picture when she has had enough. That is the kind of pics I'm used to with my grandsons!! I love to hook rugs (novice) and make penny rugs during winter months.

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  121. I love that you're willing to customize your giveaway. While I would adore wearing my own cushy hat & scarf, I know I would opt for something for my first grandchild, due on Dec. 26th. A Froggy animal hat or a Sock Monkey. Cuz, I just know he's gonna rock it in any style. Like your little Bee! Thanks for the fun gifties, they are all so lovely. Tina

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  122. I like to sew, quilts and clothes and diapers!
    dvdenter (at) gci (dot) net

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  123. Quilts, quilts, and more quilts for me! I would totally love to win a hat for me! Your work is beautiful!

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  124. I just made my favorite little people some fleece caps! Love your work!

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  125. What a wonderful prize! I just love hats!

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  126. Very pretty! Love sewing in the winter time!

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  127. how wonderful you are. I am fantasizing about wearing an adult hat.
    jhbalvin at gmail dot com

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  128. I love that the Belle and Bee of your blog's name are your little ones. Your hats are terrific!

    My favorite winter crafting activity is sewing for the holidays. I love to sew year round, the but the advent of cold means holidays which means sew, sew, sew!

    emilyhopta (at) gmail (dot) com

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  129. My favorite craft is sewing all sorts of creative items from clothes to toys. BUT in the last two months I discovered needle felting and am falling fast for it since I can do it curled up next to the fireplace :)

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  130. What a nice giveaway! My favorite craft is sewing on my Singer. If you'd like to enter my giveaway for fabric coasters and Heather Ross scraps, it's here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ananemone

    Happy giveaway day!

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  131. My favorite winter craft is baking and hand sewing felt goodies.

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  132. Ok so I love all of your hats! Would love to win something for my lil munchkin! Anyway this winter my favorite craft has been making snuggies for my lil girl and my nephews.

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  133. My favorite craft so far has been making burp rags and hair bows. I like your hats.

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  134. I love your animal and flower hats! So cute! In the winter I love to sew just about anything. We are in the house more in the winter so I actually get some of my projects done! I would love a chance to win one of your goodies! julie(at)mattandjulie(dot)org

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  135. scarves are always a favorite thing for me to make in the winter. Or just general last minute christmas crafts. This year I said I was gonna make an advent calender. I started on it 4 days before Dec 1st and of course realized it wasn't gonna be done so I set it aside. I'll probably pick it up after Christmas and finish it. Love your hats! They are too cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  136. these are all so cute! my favorite winter craft is baking. thanks for the chance to win.

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  137. I like to knit in the winter and this winter I have promised myself I will learn to crochet once and for all!

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  138. I think that this is going to be my first crafty winter & I plan to spend it quilting my first quilt, which is all pieced & ready for basting & quilting. hand quilting while in front of a fire sounds like a good plan. Next winter, though, knitting or crocheting. Must make myself some lovely snuggly things as I seem to sew only for others.

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  139. Yay! What an awesome giveaway! (If I won, I might just have to be selfish and get something I'd wear myself. Hrm...)

    My favorite crafting pretty much any time is sewing of some sort. Does making cookies count as crafting? Because I love making cookies when it's cool outside. ;)

    Thank you for taking part in the giveaway and for offering something so cool. :)

    searchingforthegood(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  140. wonderful giveaway, love the hat with the flower on it. texhelena(at)aol(dot)com

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  141. Great idea for a giveaway! You have such cute knitted things on your blog. My favorite winter craft...does making hot chocolate count? My favorite winter craft is making Christmas gifts.

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  142. I love those hats! I'm very excited to see who wins this one!! Thanks!

    jaytensen@gmail.com

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  143. Cute hats adorable models Merry Christmas

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  144. Such darlin' hats -- thanks!

    I am hoping over my holiday one of my family members will teach me how to quilt! How lovely that would be...

    cthompson4 at liberty dot edu

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  145. Your little model is cute even when she's pouting--how sweet is that?!
    My favorite winter crafting activity is quilting. It's really the only thing I do!
    thanks for the giveaway; if I win I'll really have a tough time deciding if the prize goes to a little man or a big mama!
    bacontheneggs {at} gmail {dot} com

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  146. thanks for the giveaway. fav winter time craft is knitting - i'm into socks right now. have a great holiday

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  147. love the hats, i have a 3month old and 3yr old boy or myself that would love a hat like yours. I love making vinyl crafts, this year as gifts i made f a m i l y blocks, they turned out so cute. Thanks mknield@gmail.com

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  148. right now its crocheting, summertime I love to sew!

    please take a peek at my giveaway, if you get the chance...
    http://crissybell.blogspot.com
    crissybell17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. If I had TIME for winter crafting, I would....
    LEARN how to knit!

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  150. Oh my gosh, your hats are to die for cute! Love them! Um, I live in Southern California, so while I MADE scarves for my kids, they don't wear them often . . . we do wear hats though when we are out at Disneyland at night . . . and we are going to Montana in JANUARY (because we are insane) so a hat would be awesomesauce!

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  151. I sew and smock all year long! Boo
    booharts@comcast.net

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  152. What a lovely giveaway! Knitting is probably my favorite winter craft, because it helps to keep my lap and hands warm...
    mamaTAVE at gmail dot com
    Thanks!

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  153. I'm all about warm and cozy right now! Mug rugs and quilts :)
    Dkburroughs21@aol.com

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  154. Holy cow, those hats are adorable!! I'm in love with the panda hat! :D

    My favorite winter crafting activity is generally making beaded ornaments. :)

    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

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  155. Good morning,
    i love to sew pouches and bags with wool fabric so that they have a cosy look - perfect for winter!
    Thanks for your giveaway and the chance to win :)
    Have a nice day!
    greetings from Spain,
    Sylvia

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  156. I look forward to making ornaments with my son for our tree. We do it every year and thank God we did this year for the newest Florence likes to pull them off!

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  157. Those are so lovely and I would definitely choose one for my two year old! :) My favorite winter crafting activity is sewing Christmas stockings :)

    Desiree
    weeshareblog (at) gmail.com

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