Christmas Caroling Sponsors – Just Another Button & Hoffman Fabrics…

Christmas Caroling Row Along

Today is a history-making day!!! An eclipse is going to hover over my beautiful part of the world here in Colorado. We should get to see about 90 to 93% of the eclipse, and my sister and my niece Olivia are visiting Idaho Falls today with their NASA approved eclipse glasses. It’s an exciting day for everyone who gets the chance to see this amazing piece of history. At the row by row studio blog, they have a cool tutorial on how to make an eclipse out of one of the Junior Rows.

At the AQPS blog, they also have a free pattern for you… Love both of these patterns, be sure you get yours. At Stash Bandit another free pattern also.

In the world of quilting, Leah Day is celebrating 8 years since she started the Free Motion Quilting Project… Congratulations Leah Day!!! She is offering a sale on her website, it’s worth a look, you might find something you’re looking for.

Here at Seams To Be Sew, we are celebrating the sponsors for the Christmas Caroling Row Along…

HoffmanHoffman Fabrics and Just Another Button




Just Another Button Company are being featured today.



From Just Another Button we have 5 sets of their wonderful Christmas Button Sets

Each button pack has a value of $11.46
With a total Value of $57.30

From Hoffman Fabrics

from the 

Hoffman 1895 Bali Watercolors line

Three gorgeous fat quarter packs


Aren’t these just sumptuous!!! Yummy!!!
74 Fat Quarters in all at a value of $3.00 each

Total Value $ 222.00

Tomorrow’s featured Sponsors are:

Amy Bradley and Electric Quilt

Marry Christmas From Seams To Be Sew

11 thoughts on “Christmas Caroling Sponsors – Just Another Button & Hoffman Fabrics…

  1. I love love love Hoffman fabrics, and although I’ve never used the buttons, they are soooo cute! Thanks so much for the giveaways!! Vivian wvoaks at comcast dot net.

  2. Such cute buttons! I can see planning a whole project around those. And the 1895 batiks are my FAVES! That would be an awesome win, either way. Thanks to both companies for their generosity and to you for the hard work to put this all together.

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