A Little Fabric Giveaway

I have a Monday treat for you – just the thing to help you through the week!

It’s been a while since we had a giveaway just for fun and I thought we were overdue! So I have a sweet little Fabric Giveaway for you today!

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Some of you know that I occasionally go up to LA and hit up the fabric shops with some friends. It is really such a blast and you can score some AMAZING finds.
You can find some not-so-amazing things too, but that’s for another post. :)

Today I’m sharing some of my treats from my last shopping trip with you!!
Ready to see?

Fabric Giveaway

We have all kinds of awesomeness in this little stack. And we seem to be going with a blue theme here.

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Let’s take a closer look hmmm?

First up we have some Amy Butler deliciousness for you. Because it’s my favorite of course.
There is 1 yard of Amy Butler Cameo – Josephine’s Bouquet and 1 yard of Cameo – Angelica in Clover. Yumminess.

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There is 1 yard of this fabulous teal blue ruffle fabric. These are 2″ ruffles, just to give you an idea.
This would be such a cute skirt! (and then we’d be twinners) Or you could make a pillow! Or something else . . . ruffly!

Fabric Giveaway

And last up I have this bit of fun for you:
1 yard of Natural Linen, mainly because you know I’m addicted to linen and use it in EVERYTHING,
and 1/2 Yard of Melody Miller Ruby Star Shining Fabric – these adorable typewriters. Gah. I love this stuff.

Fabric Giveaway

Aren’t they all fun? You could definitely get some new pillows or zipper pouches or something else fun out of them!
I hope you like them – it was fun to pick out some things that I loved and thought you might too!!

Cause you guys are the best. :)

Ready to enter?

You can enter in the Rafflecopter widget – holler if you have trouble with it.

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Good Luck!! :)

180 Comments

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    aem2

    I’m kind of in love with the skirt idea for the ruffles. Twinsies! And I have a fitted vest pattern that would be lovely in that linen. The typewriters would make a fabulous cover for my laptop! I’m not sure about the others… yet.

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Dita

    Knowing me, I’d just leave that typewriter fabric draped over a chair to look at! It’s so gorgeous, maybe a pillow! And the others are just screaming to be made into bags….. Some for me and my bff’s. thanks for the contest and lovely prizes :D

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Rhonda Fisher

    Beautiful fabric. I think I would just wait and see what Flamingo Toes comes up with in the future and do a knockoff. I love your site by the way.

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Whitney Clark

    I would love to make a cute stuffed owl!

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Tammi

    I really want to make some triple zip bags. Love the blues!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Nicole G

    I would make some sort of small purse or clutch. Love that typewriter!!! Thx for an awesome giveaway.

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Kaylee

    Super cute selections! Amy Butler’s was the first fabric I fell in love with when I started sewing. But that ruffled piece is all kinds of awesomeness too!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Sandi D

    I have been looking for cute fabric to make pillows for my new couch!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Amyann

    I would make my daughter a cute summer outfit!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Kristine

    a messenger bag!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Rosellen

    The blue ruffle fabric would be a beautiful top or pencil skirt.

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Nina

    I would love to make a cute bag!

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Phoenix

    I’d make a skirt or a cute clutch

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Pat

    I would make a patchwork wall hanging or lap robe. The teal ruffle would make a beautiful tank top. Teal is my favorite color in all of it’s various shades.

  • Reply March 1, 2013

    Ann Shake

    entered rafflecopter as Shake. I’d make cushions with the type writer fabric and tops with the floral ones for summer:)

  • Reply March 3, 2013

    sandra k williams

    i love these fabrics. just think of what i could make, my little brain is working overtime.

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