Ugly Sweater Competition

You read the title correctly!  I’m having an Ugly Sweater Competition!  Head over to Kid Giddy’s etsy shop and purchase the Christmas Sweater Paper Piecing Pattern.

Download it, print it and get working!  The goal is to make the UGLIEST Christmas Sweater you can!  When you’re finished with your sweater … link up below.  Voting will open for the UGLIEST SWEATER from December 22nd – 26th.   You can make as many sweaters as you want – just be sure to link each one up separately.

I know there’s not a huge amount of time to get this accomplished but it is just too cool of a block to not do something fun with it!


Share this button on your blog and with your friends!  Let’s see how ugly we can make our sweaters!

PRIZE!!!! If we're going to have a contest ... we have to have a prize!


The winner of the ‘UGLIEST Christmas Sweater’ will receive this fun little mix from my Christmas fabric stash!  Great for making even more Ugly Sweaters!


AND Kerry Goulder of Kid Giddy is giving the winner a copy of her book ‘Sewing Tales to Stitch and Love’.

Now get to it!  May the ugliest sweater win!


5 comments:

  1. can I put a picture of me with my block? we kind of match ,lol :)

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  2. If I didn't want my spock sweater block to win, I'd have voted for that Nutcracker block, totally my second favorite! it's hilarous. :)

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  3. These are too funny. I vote for trek the halls!

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  4. I love them all! Thank you Kim for hosting this and to everyone that bought my pattern - and those of you that entered the contest. It's been so fun to see all these hysterical sweaters! Mwah! Merry Christmas everyone! (and Happy -belated- Hanukkah!)

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  5. I bought pattern too!!! Love it!!!

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