Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

Only once in my life have I put a bumper sticker on my car. There just aren’t many things I want to say to the entire world. But—

bumper Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

—when I saw the Lilly Belle vinyl signs at International Quilt Market in May, I decided I would like to tell the world that I’m…

sewnerdy Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

Or that I’m…

sewobsessed2 Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

Or better yet, how about…

sewhappy Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

The idea of “Simply Homemade” is another one I can embrace. Here it’s been added to a painted sign in a happy school bus yellow.

simplyhomemade Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

There are others: Quiltaholic; keep calm and quilt on; ♥ to quilt; ♥ to sew. Who wouldn’t love these?!

decsm Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

My favorite product caused a “Why didn’t I think of that?” moment—decals to decorate your sewing machine!

All are reasonably priced from $8.99 to $16.99. If you don’t see the one you like at katicupcake.com, email Amy: amy@katicupcake.com. You can also look for these at your local quilt shop. Shop owners at market were very interested in carrying them.

Booth Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

The Kati Cupcake and Lilly Belle Signs booth at quilt market

There are a variety of Lilly Belle wall decals and car decals. Join me to “tell the world you who are and what you love,” which is Lilly Belle’s apt business tagline.

I have extra decals for several winners so let’s have a giveaway! Leave a comment here by midnight Wednesday, June 26. Let’s make it fun: What would you say to the world on a bumper sticker? It can be quilty, or not, but it should be rated G. I’ll choose winners and announce them here. Good luck!

Giveaway Winners: Sharon, Jocelyn, Judi, Karen, Robbin, Marilyn and Jeanne. The comment numbers (not in the same order) were 7, 48, 1, 19, 31, 87, and 51.

About Diane Harris

I'm Interactive Editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I've been writing pattern instructions and product reviews, and doing a host of other tasks necessary to help produce a national pattern magazine. Now I work remotely from rural Nebraska to generate some of our online content. I manage the QM Scrap Squad, our blog tours and our Quilt-Alongs. I have one of the best jobs in the world.
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95 Responses to Product Review: Great New Items; Giveaway!

  1. Pingback: Best Bumper Stickers for Quilters | Quilty Pleasures Blog

  2. Cher says:

    How about “I’m a real SEW and SEW” with quilt patches.

  3. Gaye Mathusek says:

    Small Space Quilting because every inch counts!

  4. Linda Fleming says:

    How about ” Sew long and prosper” as a bumper sticker!

  5. kwiltnkats says:

    My soul is fed with needle and thread…

    I’m going to look into getting one of these for my car today! Sandi

  6. Kathy E. says:

    Sew happy to be stitching QUILTS!

  7. Joyce DeGroot says:

    Sew, sew, sew your quilt
    Gently down the seam
    Sewing, patching, scrapping, matching
    Quilting is a dream

  8. Sharon Leighton says:

    Wow…so many amazing suggestions! Love them all. I guess I would say simply…
    “Sew Happy!”

  9. I think therefore I quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Sherry Sharum says:

    Sew N So
    Stitchin’ Sissy
    Sew Many Quilts
    Have you had your quilt fix today?
    Beware – I carry needles

  11. Judy says:

    I would go with Happiness is Quilting although my family might say I should use Sew Crazy!

  12. Laura Taylor says:

    How about…”please get out of the way, I have a quilt waiting at home!” Or. “Fabric Emergency, clear the way to the quilt shop”. “Grandma Quilter on Board “. “Need chocolate, suffering from quilt block”.

  13. Joey says:

    Sew old! Or Against The Grai

  14. the choices are endless. These are a few of my favorites: This Vehicle stops for Quilt shops; I brake for Quilt shops; Scrap Happy . These sound like fun.

  15. The one I like best and fits me is, “Sew much fabric, sew little time”!

  16. Nancy M says:

    Mine would say: “Sew WHAT?”

  17. Sew much fabric, sew little time!

  18. diana stephens says:

    Sew Quilty Happy :)

  19. Laurel says:

    My philosophy is “A day without stitching is like a day without sunshine.” That would go on my bumper sticker!

  20. grapenutquilter says:

    “Have a GRAPE day!”

  21. Becky Collis says:

    Mine would say “It’s a quilt thing…you wouldn’t understand”

  22. Debbie Rhodes says:

    I think Sew Much Fun!!!!

  23. Peg says:

    “Your Honor, I plead quilty” is my suggestion.

  24. Maureen Flax says:

    Sew Blessed!
    I am blessed by Him and want to share with others.

  25. Laura R. says:

    Got Fabric? I <3 quilting!

  26. Judy J says:

    I like “Sew Happy”.

  27. Linda S says:

    When life gives you scraps, make a quilt. or I’d rather be quilting.

  28. LizaA says:

    Sew Lucky!

  29. kbo says:

    Stitching Time to Wine and Dine

  30. Karen W. says:

    Be Happy. Make it Scrappy. I love scrap quilts. Thanks for the informative blog.

  31. Debbie B says:

    What fun! How about “I’m a SCAPAHOLIC and Proud of it”. Thanks for the giveaway!

  32. Linda Halcomb says:

    Mine would say “love me, love my quilts”. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  33. Gloria P. says:

    Happiness is…….Quilt therapy!

  34. Nancy McFall says:

    May your bobbin never run out…

  35. Joan H. says:

    Wonderful sayings ! From experience I know that QUILTING CALMS THE SOUL.

  36. Robyn B says:

    I am not sure what I’d say except I really like the sew happy one with the bird. It’s sew cute!

  37. Don’t make me get my ruler out!!

  38. Friends are the threads that bind. Love the decals and ideas! Thanks for the chance!

  39. claire says:

    My fat quarters are only for quilters!

  40. Lee says:

    Sew Happy!

  41. Tami Chaulk says:

    I really like the Sew Happy one. I started quilting once I retired and it does indeed make me happy to sew!

  42. Vickie says:

    How about QUILT-IT

  43. Inge Christensen says:

    Live, love, quilt!

  44. Jan says:

    Sew far, sew good, as long as the bobbin holds out.

  45. Robbin says:

    Sew Blessed

  46. Lori Ring says:

    Sew on

  47. Carmen says:

    I work to support my craft habit.

  48. Marilyn McSpadden says:

    I Feed My Soul by the Stitches I Sew

  49. Danielle F. says:

    Quilting is cheaper than therapy! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

  50. Elizabeth S says:

    Stash Happens! Thanks for the giveaway.

  51. Mary says:

    I would like to have one that has a spool of thread and says, “This is how I roll!”

  52. Sheri says:

    ” You might be thrivin’ to be drivin’ …. but i am itchin’ to be stitchin’ ” or I stop for scraps.. (I am a scrappy quilter looking for a quilter who is not that is willing to give me their throw aways.. )

  53. Cecilia says:

    I like Sew Happy and Will Brake for Quiltshops. Thanks for the chance to win.

  54. Patricia Hersl says:

    Sew Happy to Be a Quilter! Most of what else I can think of is too long. Figures.

  55. Bunny says:

    I Get Scrappy

  56. Lynda DeTray says:

    How about “Stay Stitchy, Not Bitchy”

  57. April Hurley says:

    I want one that says “If you dream it, you can sew it!”

  58. Kathy MacKie says:

    Mine would say Rogue Quilter!

  59. Shar F. says:

    Quilts make the story.

  60. Diana G says:

    All of the above ideas are great! Thanks for the chance to win

  61. Kim says:

    Love these! Thanks for the chance to win and the introduction to these new products!

    “There’s more to life than quilting, but not much!”

  62. Pam from CA says:

    Sewing ~ My Happy Place

  63. Colette Wilson says:

    Peace ~ Love ~ Sew or Peace ~ Love ~ Quilt

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  64. Marilyn Logan says:

    My favorite saying is that “I was BORN to Quilt”.

  65. Karen Jenkins says:

    Sew Generous

  66. Jeanne says:

    Quilts~Heartstrings of Love I would definitely put it on a sign in my sewing studio. These are awesome. Thanks for telling us and having this great giveaway. :)

  67. Nancy B from Many LA says:

    Love it! Mine might say “There are no tooth fairies, unicorns, or quilt police”…

  68. Helen Sager says:

    My favorite is *Serial Quilter*

  69. Barb Johnson says:

    My DH has a rule that no one can put a bumper sticker on our cars. Mostly because they are so darn hard to remove, I think. How about a magnet? Mine would say “Caution! I brake for Quilt Shops.”

  70. I think mine would say Happy Quilting :) It’s the name of my blog and it’s what I am, happy when I am quilting :)

  71. Kelly Spriggs says:

    My sticker would have to say “I brake for fabric!”

  72. Ila K. says:

    “Born to Quilt — Forced to Work”

    But really, all of these are cute!

  73. Gloria C says:

    Quilting Queen

  74. Maree says:

    What a fun giveaway! Thanks a bunch!

    “CAUTION ~ This vehicle brakes at quilt shops!” would be a good one for my car. :-D

    and

    “QUILT HAPPY ☺”

  75. Lynda Parker says:

    The best things in life are quilted!

    These were fun to read. Thanks for a chance to win.

  76. GwenH says:

    Simple but effective…. “I LOVE QUILTING”

  77. C Molden says:

    My best friend is a seam ripper

  78. Linda Middlemist says:

    I do quilts, not blankets. thanks for the chance to win

  79. Janet Frank says:

    CAUTION: QUILTING ADDICTION! or CAUTION: THIS VEHICLE STOPS FOR QUILT SHOPS! Love to have one of these signs……thanks for the chance!

  80. Rachell R says:

    I’d rather be quilting!
    just keep stitching, stitching, stitching……
    Quilting is my therapy.
    Quilting is not a hobby, it’s an obsession!

    any of the Quilty Pleasures Quilty quotes would be great as bumper stickers.

  81. Donna in NW FL says:

    Love these! Maybe “I came, I saw, I quilted!”

  82. tiffany winchester says:

    My bumper sticker would definitely say “Mess with me and I’ll rip out your stitches” Thanks for a great chance to win =)

  83. Roxanna Owen says:

    What a great idea! Can you really adhere these to your machine?? Thanks for the giveaway. My logo would say QuiddityRox…it’s the name I’m trying to float for my consignments

  84. Janie Henderson says:

    These are sew cute!! I would love to have one on my van–Caution–this vehicle stops at Quiltshops!

  85. Emily Snyder says:

    I love the “I’m not lost I’m looking for a quilt shop” idea. Or…
    Snip it & Stitch it
    Stay back, I have a rotary cutter!
    Watch out- I saw fabric!
    I see fabric everywhere! (maybe with little creepy eyes:))
    My other car is a sewing machine
    Sit in (with picture of a couch or comfy chair– no one but a quilter would get it!)
    I have a seam ripper and I’m not afraid to use it.

  86. Auntie Clark says:

    <3 to Quilt

  87. Karlene says:

    Quilting is The Good Life!

  88. Jocelyn says:

    “I’m a QUILTER, and I’m PROUD”

  89. Diana M says:

    Love these! I’d probably have one that says “I’m not lost… I’m just looking for a quilt shop!”

  90. Ida in Central PA says:

    I would have to go w/ my roller derby name “Stacked and Whacked” :)

    A graphic of a busty quilter wielding scissors or a rotary cutter would go perfectly with it.

  91. Arleen says:

    These signs are so perfect to tell everyone what you
    have a passion for.
    I Am Sew Happy could be one or My Friends are
    My Sew Mates.
    Thanks
    Arleen

  92. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I feel so proud when I finish a quilt (like a proud parent), so I’d put “Ask me about my quilts!”

  93. nina moir says:

    what a neat idea!
    mine would say , Keep Calm, Sew on. or Keep Calm, Use Your Seam ripper

  94. Sharon says:

    Always in Stitches (with needle and thread and words stitched)

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