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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Handmade Holiday Blog Hop: Evergreen Pennant Banner Tutorial for Benartex Fabrics

 *The giveaway is now closed and the winner, Debby, has been emailed!*

Today I'm happy to share a tutorial for an Evergreen Pennant Banner over at Benartex's blog, Sew in Love {With Fabric}! I wanted to create something appropriate for the winter season as a whole, and since it's reversible, there are endless options for fabric selection.



 Giveaway

Check out the tutorial and make sure you enter the giveaway here! The prize is a bundle of Snow Days from Benartex, which I used for the banner in addition to three of their Colors for Quilters solids.  

To enter, please leave a comment to enter and tell me your favorite winter craft to make! 

The giveaway will end at 7pm EST on 12/15. I will choose a winner via the Random Number Generator and email them. 



Thanks again to Benartex for this opportunity! Enjoy and let me know if you make one!

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64 comments:

  1. My old stand by folded charm square coasters!

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  2. Very cute - can see making the trees ahead and then having the grands help sew them on the 'garland' with star buttons. Not a sewing craft, but must have the oranges studded with spices for that lovely scent thru the house.

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  3. Usually this time of the year I need new oven mitts and/or hot pads so I figure others do possibly as well so those I try to do each year. I don't always get them done, but do plan to make them as they make nice gifts.

    Thank you for the wonderful tutorial to make that super cute Evergreen Pennant Banner.

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  4. I love the banner. I am sure the grandchildren would enjoy putting this together to hang in the house. My winter craft is making candle mats. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  5. I enjoy working on quilts. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  6. Cute Banner! We're not having a tree this year, I could totally make one of those to make the house look a bit more festive. During the holidays my mom & I love to make festive pillowcases!

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  7. Your banner is so cute! Thanks for the tutorial. My winter craft is knitting hats!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  8. HELLO,neat banner! I love to make quilted ornaments for family+friends! Thanks for sharing! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  9. What a great project to do with my granddaughters! My favorite craft this time of year is ornaments. I try to create a different one each year. susan430 at cox dot net

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  10. I enjoy making cross stitch pillow ornaments at this time of year.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  11. Love your banner ! I like making personalized stockings for family.

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  12. Cute. I like making stockings and tree skirts and wreaths.

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  13. I love making ornaments I'm finding. You can use lots of cross craft techniques and just have fun.

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  14. My favorite winter craft to make is embroidered lace snowflakes. Thank you for having this giveaway, Jessica.m. I think your tree pennants are adorable (and easy).

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  15. Cute pennant, I'd love to make one of these to hang in our family room and this fabric is so sweet!! Love it!!

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  16. Darling idea! Thanks for the tutorial. I tend to make small items to give away like mug rugs, table runners or small wallhangings.

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  17. I love making Christmas ornaments!!! Thanks for the tutorial

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  18. Very cute! And sewing them to the strip like that makes it look like the trees are topped with a star!!
    I don't really have a favorite thing to make at the holidays. I just make whatever comes up on the internet that I like. This year I made a cute snow globe Santa table topper for my brother and his wife. Turned out cute! And I made an ornament for my first grandchild's first Christmas.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  19. Jess, I love making wreaths for all seasons, collecting pine cones, gumballs (plenty of 'em here in the south east), acorns. Spray paint them to the color of the season, and glue or wire wrap to the wreath.
    THank you for the pendant tute...I just fussy cut a snowman ...too fun!

    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. My favorite craft with kids are decorations made on pipe cleaners by stacking beads. My favorite craft otherwise is something sewn - small decorations, placemats etc

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  21. Do you consider baking and decorating sugar cookies to be a craft? If so, that's my favorite holiday craft! Next to eating them, decorating them is so much fun and my creativity really shines! If I'm not baking, I'll be sewing and making cool Christmas gifts for my loved ones. duchick at gmail dot com

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  22. Hi Jess--cute banner! A few years ago I made Christmas stockings for foster kids though Lyanna's online drive. Since then I have tried to do that, and most years have made them either for our local foster program or the Ronald McDonald House. Feels very good.

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  23. Quilts are a winter craft right? They are always a favorite. Also, I used to love making cinnamon tree ornaments with my son when he was young.

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  24. I love sewing Christmas ornaments. I make a different ornament each year and give one to all my family and friends.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  25. I like to make coasters out of Christmas fabrics. These trees would make great coasters, too!

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  26. I like to make table runners.

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  27. I love to make bags with quilted blocks. It is fun and quick for in between everything else there is to do this time of year.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  28. I love to make Christmas stockings!!

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  29. I actually love to make Christmas stockings. I am very excited to have gotten a new niece a few weeks ago so I have an excuse to make another one :)

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  30. I love making crocheted christmas ornaments.

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  31. Quilted star table runners are what I like to make! And baking Christmas goodies with my family is high on the list also!

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  32. I have probably made coasters or hot pads most often.

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  33. Love those Christmas colors. My favorite thing to do in the winter is put on binding. The quilt covers my legs and keeps me warm. It's much too hot in the summer to do big quilts.

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  34. I like making coasters and pot holders for Christmas.

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  35. I like making coasters and pot holders for Christmas.

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  36. Thanks for the opportunity to win some lovely fabric! My favorite craft is quilting.

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  37. Favorite winter craft is making throw size quilts. flannel jamma's for the Kiddo"s & now a few Grankiddo's are on my list! I like to crochet afghans in winter too, and neck scarves.

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  38. I make paper snowflakes out of white tissue paper. I make many, and put them on my windows, also in Christmas cards and hang them at my mom and dads place. They look delicate and happy

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  39. Very cute! I am a quilter so it's all about sewing for me.

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  40. I like to make felt ornaments with my son for our tree. Great banner, super cute!

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  41. I just love banners and buntings! I make one for each of the kids birthdays and then hang them on their closet doors the rest of the year. This is a great holiday idea!

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  42. Love the tree banners. And the fabrics are just adorable.

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  43. Love the tree banners. And the fabrics are just adorable.

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  44. My favorite thing to make in the winter is quilts, or anything quilted. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  45. I enjoy making Christmas stockings! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I like to make quilts in the winter.

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  47. Cute banner! I have table runners that I'm making. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  48. Ooh, pretty! I like to make Origami ornaments for our Christmas tree and little metallic origami 'baskets' for decor. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  49. Love your trees, very festive. I enjoy making lap sized quilts. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  50. Right now my favorite winter craft has been crocheting blocks for charity.

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  51. Love the Christmas ornaments that are appearing on many sites and have made some!
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  52. Snowflakes cut from paper!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  53. I love doing any Christmas craft - this year it is homemade labels for presents with stamps and ribbon! mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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  54. I love making quilts with bright colors.
    mincefreak@hotmail.com

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  55. Fabric gift bags are fun to make!

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  56. Fabric gift bags are fun to make!

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  57. Does building a snowman count as a holiday craft? I overturning about the holiday season, maybe because it has always been a time for creative crafting ... but, snowman was the thing that popped in my head when I read your question.

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  58. Darn you auto correct ... I tried to type I love everything about the holiday season... sigh ...

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  59. My favorite winter craft are Christmas ornaments. This year I'm making quilted star block ornaments. sarah@forrussia.org

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  60. I love to knit in the winter - make a lot of socks and mittens!

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  61. I have a lot of grandchildren so I usually end up making some new ornaments for them. thank you. sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  62. I like to make book page wreaths.

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  63. I am just learning but would like to make quilt stockings with applique for the grandchildren.
    gandn74@ymail.com

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