SMS Giveaway Day

Welcome to Laurel, Poppy, and Pine!

Quick introduction: I’m Lorinda; I’m a quilt pattern and fabric designer working from my home studio in the lovely Pacific Northwest. You can find out more about me here.

Check out my Spoonflower page to see my fabric designs.

Or click here to be brought to my patterns and tutorials page.

My favorite social media platform is Instagram, but you can also find me on Bloglovin’,  Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Here’s a few pictures to give you an idea of what I do around here:


Now let’s get to the real reason you’re here!


I’ve been doing a ton of Christmas sewing lately, so today I’m giving away this adorably modern Christmas FQ bundle.

Entering is simple- just leave me a comment telling me a project you have planned for next year!

US entrants over 18 only, please.

The giveaway closes on Sunday, December 11th at 9pm Pacific time. A winner will be selected via on Monday, December 12th.

Our winner will announced on the blog and notified by email.

If you’re a “no reply” or an anonymous commenter, PLEASE include your email address in your comment! If I am unable to contact the winner by December 14, another winner will be selected via

Thanks for entering! Head back to the rest of the giveaways here. 


Happy Sewing! ~L

No purchase is necessary. Odds of winning are based on number of entries. One entry per person. Giveaway value is approximately $17. Void where prohibited by law.


  1. Big plan is to finish some of the ones I haven’t finished. More specifically-make quilt for MDAnderson Cancer Center Quilt Auction for Ovarian Cancer-they have the auction every other year. I also have the quilt top from Melissa Corey Summer Solstice QAL that I have to sandwich and quilt so I can enter it in our guild’s quilt show in November.

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  2. Lorinda, I love your creative mind and everything you make! In 2017, I plan on making several Christmas projects looong before Christmas so they are ready to set out and decorate! I simply have no time in December to get any done!

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  3. I have two quilts for graduations to work on…one is a tee shirt quilt. The other paper pieced. Loved the blog post about your daughter’s dress.

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  4. What fun fabrics . This next year I plan on making a quilt for my grandson, finishing up the 365 quilt challenge and completing my grandmothers flower garden quilt I started two years ago.

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  5. Lovely bundle, Lorinda! I have lots of sewing plans for next year. I’d love to make a quilt for my sister. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt [at] gmail {DOT} com

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  6. Hmm, I know I have 3 baby quilts to make for babies due in February, March, and May But I haven’t planned past that. Maybe I’ll finally get around to making something for myself???

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  7. I have just finished a Nativity Scene wall quilt that a friend requested. I know it is something my sister would love as well, so next year I will make one for her.

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  8. Beautiful fabrics! I love hand piecing and I’m so excited to make the Dear Jane quilt next year. I’m doing the BOM with Paper Pieces and doing it by EPP. Going to be fun!

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!


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  9. Love the fabrics you selected for the holiday giveaway. I’m planning on joining in on a Mystery Quilt-a-long next year. I’ve been following a couple and I think I’d enjoy one. Thanks for the giveaway, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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