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It's time to enter the Kitchen Pattern & Fabric Giveaway! One lucky winner will receive 28 apron and kitchen accessory patterns, 1 yard each of 4 different Riley Blake ginghams, along with coordinating Crossroads Denim! Here are a few of the fun "kitchen couture" patterns you can win...

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Aprons are some of the most fun projects to make - either for yourself or as a gift. Kitchen Shirt Tales is a classic apron style made out of a recycled man's shirt - so cute! This pattern offers both adult and child's sizes.


The Easy-On Apron is simple pinafore shape that can be worn in the kitchen, garden, or even as a topper with leggings or jeans. A similar apron style is available in children's sizes in the Pint-size Pinafore.


The Dressed Alike Apron gets everyone cooking: mom, daughter and doll. There is fun to be had in the kitchen when the family gets together.


Casserole Carriers

Parties, potlucks and picnics all mean one thing: transporting food. To protect your pies and cradle your casseroles, we designed the Casserole Carry-All to use for rectangular or square dishes. No need to worry about bringing spoons -  you use them as the handles! The Potluck Party Set keeps your round dishes and bowls secure. Create the carrier in a  simple solid version, or jazz it up with a pieced style. This pattern also includes a roll-up serving ware carrier.


The Quilted Cook and Carry fits any dish. The version below shown is made in our Cactus Flower Pink Crossroads Denim fabric - perfect for a spring picnic. This carrier is easy as 1, 2, 3 to make and carry!


Hot Holders

Micro-Safe Hot Holders are definitely a kitchen staple. Don't burn your hands getting your dishes out of the microwave - keep them safe with hot holders. Pretty pot holders are a must for any well stocked kitchen. The Quilted Kitchen offers a round, square, long rectangle and pot handle saver.


These are just a few of the kitchen and apron patterns that you can win by entering to win our Kitchen Pattern & Fabric Giveaway!  Giveaway runs until midnight, Tuesday, April 1st. Good luck!

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Janice K Witteveen on

I have always enjoyed your wonderful patterns and the many ideas/photos you post with them!

Missy on

I love to make aprons, fancied up t-towels, towels that hang on stove or any peg, and covers for my appliances.

carolyn montgomery on

i have always loved indigo junction designs. thanks for the fantastic giveaway.

marilyn on

I love the girl and mom apron pattern!
The casserole carrier is also awesome!

Peggy on

I love your patterns. Thank you for the chance to win.

Debra Bopp on

Such cute patterns! The fabric is perfect for them!

jane d on

A table runner and placemats I made!

Cherie on

I love my potholders and aprons. I made them.

Karen on

I just found you via Sew Mama Sew. Your patterns are so adorable!!! I am signing up right now! Love your style. Thank you for the giveaway.

Staci Coushman on

Love those hot holders!

Kim Lambertz on

My favorite kitchen accessory is a whisk—I use small ones in my coffee and big ones for cooking!

Leigh on

How have I not seen all the casserole and pot holder patterns. With all the June weddings coming up how great these would be for gifts.

Practical and made from the heart.

Lydia Reading on

My favorite kitchen accessory is the pot handle saver I picked up at a farmers market. I really need it when cooking with my iron skillet, AND, it’s red stripes and makes me happy whenever I use it.

Andrea McColeman on

I love pot holders and towels. I collect them for each season.

Sonja Kuvik Loyd on

I love the aprons,we use them all the time,and the carry all for food and cooking.The love gingham.
Thank you fro a chance for us to make some super sweet kitchen necessities.

Kylie on

aprons for sure, and I have made them

Mo on

I would make table runners with plaid fabric

Judith Martinez on

I love the hand towels that button on to things.

Lu Rae G. Smith on

I love your patterns.

Cindy S on

I love making aprons, it doesn’t take long and I get the daily reward of wearing them!

darlene macdonald on

I can’t cook without rubber spatulas. I have them in multiple sizes. Thanks for giveaway!!

PatriciaMelilli on

Love your patterns!

Catherine Robertson on

The Hot Holders are sweet. Something I can use!

Lori Morton on

Have made aprons, trimmed towels (& crocheted dishrags)…& made Potholders. Think the Potholders are my Favorite “accessories” in my kitchen! :) Loooov eyour Patterns too!

ruby t on

I love aprons and the Dress Alike one is very nice and the microwave holders are great…I always burn myself!

kbo on

Potholders I like to make them, they don’t take up much room and I seem to have way too hot dishes prepared!

Jean Frazier on

Love these patterns.

Sherry Fram on

My favorite kitchen accessory is my glass rolling pin & wooden dough bowl that belonged to my great grandmother!

Laura on

Pot holders are my favorite accessory.
Thanks for the chance to win!

Marty Askins on

My favorite is pot holders and casserole carriers. I have made pot holders, but I have not made any casserole carriers.

Mary Sue Wysocki on

Aprons are my favorite kitchen accessory. Followed closely by dressy towels

Beth on

What a fun prize. I love gingham.

Anne on

I tend to make quilted placemats and potholders. I’d love to start venturing into making aprons! Those apron patterns are adorable and would make fun gifts.

marcia spence on

Great patterns! Thanks for the chance to win!

marcia spence on

I love your patterns! Would love to win this!

Patti on

My favorite kitchen accessory is a spoon rest! My husband is a seriously messy cook and unless there is a spoon rest available then the counters are a mess when he’s done!

Lori Smith on

Matching his & her aprons are my favorite wedding gift. I like to try new patterns.

Penny M on

My favorite is my tea towels and yes I made them. I think it make the kitchen a bright and fun place to be.

Deborah Rayman on

Microwave bowl potholders.

Sheree La Plante on

Aprons and I make them.

Kim Kuhns on

My favorite kitchen accessories are my matching towels pot holders! They brighten up my moods as well as my kitchen!

Jeanette Slaymaker on

Man sized pot holders I made for my husband.

Connie on

Love potholders

Melanie Benedict on

Just love these patterns and material. Thanks for the opportunity to try and win them!

Elizabeth on

My favorite accessory is a mixer cover

Michele Timms on

i love the apron that my sister made me… It is reversible too!!!

Deb Davidson on

My favorite kitchen accessory is my knife, I keep it nice and sharp so it is always ready when I need it.

Ellen T on

Really like the Quited cook & carry, love to win the pattern…thanks

Cathy Thornhill on

Love your Patterns!

Jeri on

I have a perfect vintage tea towel, and would love to make some coordinating accessories!

Jeri on

My favorite accessorie is a vintage tea towel in perfect pattern and colors, but I would love to make some matching accessories!

Donna Klug on

I made the Mom and daughter apron for my grandchildren and their Mom. So cute!

cinda Bryant on

Never used your patterns but they look awesome

barb quinn on

I love the casserole carriers.

Cynthia Padilla on

My favorite kitchen accessory is my coffee maker. I am addicted! I am also addicted to sewing!!!!

Jenny Brooks on

I love pretty placemats and pot holders! I have some I’ve made and some I’ve bought!

Jenny in Florida

Linda Fuchs on

Love the patterns, especially the casserole carrier.

Cheryl S on

love your patterns! Potluck season is upon us and the carriers would be great

rose on

I love the casserole carriers but my favorite is the aprons! I haven’t made any yet but that dressed alike pattern is da bomb!

helen jackson on

I’m a hot pot holder, can’t have enough and they make cute gifts. Would love to win.

Kathe on

I/ve made runners, placemats, and aprons our of men’s shirts.

Mary Wippold on

I like aprons. I like to make them as gifts.
I also love gingham fabrics.

Patricia J. Conner on

Wow what a prize. Aprons are a way of life- love all of them

Kathi on

I made aprons and pot holders for Christmas gifts…I loved them all and even managed to give all of them away! so no, i don’t use them, but they are being loved and used by my friends and family.

Kim Campbell on

The Hot Holders are amazing!!

Cindy on

I also love my glove that protects my hand while I am grating cheese! This is a new purchase and I needed it so bad!.

Cindy on

I love my “Ove Glove”. Saves my hands so much.

Susan Lasky on

I love the Micro Bowls!! Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!

thatcleverclementine on

What a terrific giveaway, thank you!

WendyinCa on

I couldn’t live without my drying mat, and now that you mention it- something like that would be really easy to make!

Sandra H. on

Really like those aprons! They are so cute.

Linda Nelson on

I adore all hanging towels, and I also lone to make them!

mandy whalen on

An apron made out of a man’s shirt using one of your patterns.

Betsy on

I made my toaster cover. I actually have one for every month

Marian Crall on

Great pick for material

Gwin Grimes on

Would love to make for gifts!

Lisa on

I plan to make the microwave bowl holders for Christmas gifts this year. What a useful concept, especially for seniors!

Phyllis on

I am so happy that aprons are back in the kitchen. My favourite accessory!

Virginia on

My favor accessory is a casserole carrier that I made years ago. I need to make a new one as the old one had it day.

Fran Servoss on

I have made hand towels that hang from the drawer pulls of my kitchen cabinets. I love the potholder pattern and the fabric is so pretty.

nancy b on

My favorite kitchen accessory is hot pads that a friend made for me. They are blue with red strawberries printed on them.

Teresa on

The microwave hot holders are fantastic!

Louisa on

oh boy…my favorite…kitchen patterns :) Thanks for the Giveaway!

Suzanne on

Love the patterns.

Lee on

I love my placemats I just made for my kitchen! Not sure if those are kitchen accessories, but I love my kitchen aid mixer a lot too!! thanks!

lillian on

One giveaway. Shaken not stirred --how creative.

Diane Hovis on

I love my potholders a that my grandmother made for me!

Michelle S on

My favorite kitchen accessory is a tea towel my mom made for me when I moved across the country to the East Coast. I am reminded of her every time I see the tea towel.

Joni Giancola on

I love your patterns and ideas….

LadyD on

My favorite kitchen accessory is a ceramic spoon rest. It was made by a friend who gave it to me a few years ago.

Lora Crumrine on

A little hand grater that I use to grate garlic.

Cindy on

Just discovered Indygo Junction at a quilt show in Red Wing MN, when I saw an “All Day Apron” someone made. I’ve been looking for something to make for friends and family that they would love, and this apron fit the bill. Immediately bought the pattern and enough fabric for 7 aprons (at Treadle Yard Goods in St Paul, MN—support your local independent fabric stores). Will keep me busy for a while.

Been sewing for 52 years, since I was 10, so have many “favorite” patterns. All Day Apron will be come one of them.

looking forward to following your blog

DebbieLynn on

Love the generational aprons. ; )

Olivia Taylor on

I love everything Indigo Junction! Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Chris on

I really like the potholders, and I really should start using an apron.

Connie on

Love your patterns. I have made at least a dozen men’s shirt aprons, everyone really like them. Thanks and Hugs, Connie

Linda on

Love your patterns .

Michele Van Epps on

My favorite kitchen accessory is a casserole carrier that was made by a friend.

carolyn montgomery on

i love indigo junction.

Cretia Peterson on

Love your ideas and appreciate all the things you share! Thank you :-)

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