Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Fabric Giveaway!

In honor of Sew Mama Sew's giveaway day I have 4 yards of fabric to giveaway! The fabric is from the Urban Farm collection by Ken Beyer of In The Beginning Fabrics. You will received one yard each of (from top to bottom) Urban Farm Floral Collage in pink and black, Barn Collage in pink and black, Dot Grid in blue and black, and Barn Collage in blue and black.
To have a chance to win this 100% cotton fabric just leave me a message telling me how you might use it. Contest is open to international readers. Ends May 31st. I will randomly choose a winner on June 1st. Good luck!

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Emily said...

Charm quilt! Whee!

debbiekl said...

Very nice fabrics and generous giveaway! I'd probably use it for a skirt or quilt, or pillow or bag. I don't know - so many possibilities!

em said...

I would love to win some fabric. I'd even make something for myself (for a change!) .. like maybe a skirt. Thanks for this opportunity.

Bowlby said...

Four yards! Good grief! I'm a new quilter, so I'm sure it would find its way into my next quilt!

Stephanie said...

Pillows for my couch. Thanks for the giveaway.

bethany said...

Love the fabric totally cool. I would most likly use the fabric for a quilt that I would love to make for my hubby. (a cozy living room quilt). Thank you so much for doing this drawing!!

Jennifer O. said...

Hmm, maybe a purse or some sort of tote bag?

Katherine said...

I would use the fabric to make a skirt, bag and/or apron!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Great fabric. I would make a quilt, for sure! Thanks for the giveaway.

undeadgoat said...

Well, since you said *might*, I'll go ahead and say that I might make myself an incredibly professional A-line skirt to wear to work every single day. Or else a rocketship cozy. (Probably I would just use it as the nucleus of a bran-new fabric stash if I won, though . . .)

lyndyloo said...

Beautiful fabric and enough to make a lovely mix tape quilt. Thanks lyndy(at)pulsehr(dot)co(dot)nz

Angie said...

I would use some to make a bag and maybe a dress for my daughter

julbgs said...

oh..so nice! i would make some pants for my boys and some bags!

Diane said...

It looks like it would make a great skirt with a couple of flounces and a bag to match - with 4 daughters sewing - one of us would love it!
Thanks for participating!

Pauline said...

Yah - fabric! Love it! I would probably make either a bag or some kid clothes.

Peggie said...

I have the perfect quilt in mind for this fabric!
So sweet of you to do this, please put my name in the drawing :)

Michele said...

Definitely skirts for me and my college daughter! Very cute.

Tawny said...

I'm kind of ashamed to admit it, but that fabric would go solely to improving my wardrobe. I could be generous and make gifts for any number of people, but I honestly like that stuff too much to share!

Susan L. said...

I know I would use the blue dot on my little boy's quilt.

Sally said...

I would use the fabric to make a bag or some small bags of some sort!

Kris said...

Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

I would probably use it to make soft toys or a bag

Bonnita said...

Bags and quilts are my favorite things to make. Great goodies.

The Sharp Needle said...

What a great giveaway! I would love to use it in either some fun bags or my first quilt!

Michele said...

I rarely sew clothes so I would probably use it to make a wall quilt.

amymarie said...

i will use it to cloak and swaddle myself in all its urban farm goodness, naturally!

thank you for the chance :o)
amymarie630[at]hotmail[dot]com

amity ville boronia said...

I think these would make a nice little purse :)

Julia Marie said...

I'm working on making a new camera strap for my DSLR - those bottow two fabrics would be great for that. The other two would probably find themselves turned into a clutch or maybe stuffed animal.

Donna said...

Bags, bags, and more bags!

GranChris said...

I'm thinking it would make a nice tabletopper or even lapquilts for men at the nursing home. Great colors for either.

Maggie said...

I've been working on posting new tutorials so I'd probably use this fabric to make a purse.

Thank you for hosting this great giveaway!

Robyn said...

I would probably use it to make myself a quilt to go on my couch... seems like every nice thing I've made I've given away... I'd like to keep something for a change!

Yehudim said...

I would make myself something for a change, like a purse. I am a newbie, and have been making things for everyone... but me. =O
Thanks for the chance to win this great package!

Yehudim(at)aol(dot)com

Carolyn said...

I think they may make some great pillows for my living room. I'd probably make a small quilt top from them, and then make it into pillows for my sofa.

Thanks for the great giveaway!

missdines said...

to make myself some more softie friends!

♥ hey, you should try your luck at my giveaway too!
http://marelleshop.blogspot.com/

Christy said...

Working on a Wonky Square quilt that this would look perfect in, thanks. littlefamily1997@msn.com

JBear said...

Oh wow! I'd probably use some in the quilt I'll be sewing for my niece... and then the rest to either an apron, bags, pillow cases... the possibilities are endless!

Emily said...

Awesome giveaway! I would like to make a skirt, dress or doll clothes. and a matching purse.

I am 8. I am learning how to sew. I have been doing some embroidery stitches. My 6 year old brother is learning some too. I hope to be on the machine before the end of summer. There are pictures of both of us sewing together and of our projects on my blog. Further down in previous posts, I also have pictures of my family, mom, dad, 15 month brother and other brother and sister. We homeschool.

I am having a giveaway as well at
www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

and so is my mom at www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com

damocamelia said...

Fabulous!!!!

I would use it for my project of homemade crazy-plaid!

damocamelia(at)yahoo.com

Cassie said...

I would definitely make a quilt, I think I have some other fabrics that would look great with it. Not sure what kind of quilt yet, but wow those are beautiful.

Thanks for doing this giveaway!
Cassie
cmdoduck(at)gmail(dot)com

Sonja said...

Skirt for myself!!! I have been sewing for my kids like mad but i think it's time to do more sewing for mom :)

djaj said...

cotton fabric to make skirts for my daughters !

LisaO said...

Great fabric, I think I would use it for pillow covers for my vehicle...great colours for in there.

elizabethcarroll said...

Hmm. . . I would probably make a purse out of one of the fabrics, a skirt from another and probably some little baby gifts with the other two! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jill said...

Great fabric. I would make a quilt for my son.

ivebeenchanged05 said...

I´d make a tote bag!

pinecone304 said...

I think I would make bags out of the fabric.

luckydux6 said...

I would make some bags and then of course some sort of dress for my daughter!

Luckydux@sbcglobal.net

Eve said...

Hmmmm...got a bunch of babies on the way in the family, so probably lots of bibs and burpcloths.

B said...

I am moving in a couple of weeks, so I am looking for some fabric that would look smashing in decor type things. THIS would look great being used here and there in my new place. :)

Mamati @ Daily dose of me said...

Love love the fabrics with the 2 of them i will make a bag and the other 2 tops for my girls :)

Great blog you have here

jwallis said...

I would probably use it to make a bag and one looks like it would match my comforter so maybe throw pillows for my bed : )

Paul Thompson said...

Summer hats, silly!
I think I'm going to win!
pjjllive(at)gmail(dot)com

Erin said...

Wow, what a generous give away! The fabric is gorgeous! I just bought a pattern book to make various quilted totes, and these fabrics would work great.

Doris said...

I'm seeing handbags....


Doris
auntiedart(at)yahoo(dot)com

lale said...

Such beautiful fabric deserves to be shown off constantly. I think I'd use it to make a purse. (Only since I can't take a quilt with me everywhere I go....)
Thanks for the chance to enter!

lalestyleshop(at)gmail(dot)com

my2girls said...

these would make the perfect pillows on my too-plain sofa!

JJ said...

Hmmm, love this fabric. I might use it to make some cloth napkins!

WonderSoul said...

normally i would say the fabric would end up in a quilt, which it would, tho I have discovered softies of late so the scraps would end up there.

Mama King said...

I think it looks like it would work well for a bag. But since there is so much I could make a couple skirts too!

Sarah Seitz said...

Wow, this is so generous! I am thinking that these might make lovely pillow cases? They would also be really cute for clothing, maybe a ton? Thanks!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

This is seriously lovely fabric; I think I'd use it as a table cloth where Dave and I have a glass of wine, on the front porch, on pleasant evenings.

Louisa said...

valances, i think, maybe

sewfunky said...

handbag please...


Please enter me in the draw and don't forget to enter mine!

Candice said...

Beautiful fabric- thank you for this opportunity. I think I'd use it to make an apron!

janet said...

ah those fabrics look so great! i don't know if i've ever seen them before and would love to see them in person. since they're just my palette i'd definitely would make some bags out of them because they would definitely match my wardrobe. with the scaps i'd try to fashion some accessories like necklaces and obi belts thanks!

Misty.Creek said...

I'd be selfish and use it all for myself! I'd make some skirts, shirts and bags just for me! And maybe share a bit of it, too.

Jeanie said...

They will make a lovely birthday present for my sister as she loves to quilt :)

bylulu said...

I will make a skirt, or 2 and use some in a quilt and scraps will make a neat juggling ball!

ni said...

Fab Fabric ! I would make a tote bag out of it.thanks

Aim said...

I would probably make some bags, that's my thing lately. A girl just can't have enough bags right?

Thanks for the giveaway, if I am the lucky winner, you can contact me through my website www.radseams.com.

Suze said...

What a generous giveaway! Those fabrics would make a very nice bag. Aloha!

kestch said...

I am fiated with bag making at the moment (much to the despair of my long-suffering family!) so the possibilities would be endless with your lovely stash!
kirk.gunzeon@virgin.net

Super Fun Mama said...

I'd use it to make some pretty overalls for my daughter.

choquelicot said...

a great giveaway : thanks

Courtney said...

I see awesome skirts in that fabric, or bags. It really is cool fabric.

DangAndBlast! said...

Oooh I like your blog -- I'll be back.

I might make a man-apron (so rare to see man-fabrics) or two for my excellent-chef uncle.

Digital Misfit said...

Fabulous fabrics!
I think I would use them to make fun chair pads for my kitchen (and use the leftover bits for potholders and tea towel appliques).

heidig@gmail.com

miss aine said...

Cool colours, I'm thinking a skirt or dress. Something peasant-y style.
Thanks for the giveaway

A Joyful Chaos said...

Oh my! there are so mant things I could do with that fabric. make a skirt, create a small lap quilt, make some small purses. I would use the scraps to make a Cathedral Window pillow top.

ss said...

Maybe some summery placemats...(or a skirt?). Lots of possibilities...Thanks!

Jessica Christensen said...

I could see those fabrics as a bag or in a quilt -- maybe even that top one as a little girl's dress.

jessierey@msn.com
www.thebossyquilter.blogspot.com

Alison said...

This is beautiful fabric. Lately I make mostly clothes and bags, so that's what it would probably become!

Gene Black said...

I would use some for quilts, some for purses and some for journal covers. I would have such fun with that lovely stast!

Megan said...

I would probably make an apron. That's so cute!

megan.nadalet at gmail dot com

susan marie designs said...

Oh wonderful fabrics!! From top to bottom: a handbag, dress for my daughter, shirt (or jacket if I get more skilled!) for my son, and last one would be a skirt for me to match my daughter (she loves matching mommy, I just started sewing so I can't wait to make something to match).

thanks for the great giveaway! :)

julie k said...

Tote bags! Seriously, I make a lot of tote bags. :) Thanks for the generous giveaway!

Dancer said...

I would make some new, badly needed cushions for our office chairs!

Deb said...

I'm a quilter rather than a garment sewer, so definitely in a quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Ginny said...

I would make some bags with it

Camille D. Wilson said...

would love to make a lap quilt with this!
camille
camilledawnphoto AT gmail DOT com

Brittany said...

Oooh. I especially like that one on top. I think I'd make it into a girl's dress.

VickiT said...

What a fantastic prize you are giving us all a chance to win. Wow! I think that I would use that to make a purse for me and maybe an outfit or two for my granddaughter.

Jess said...

This is so beautiful!!! I would make a skirt/skirts for myself! And maybe a matching clutch to complete the outfit! Thanks for the chance to win!

Libby said...

I would probably make an apron and try out a couple purses that I"ve been waiting to have trendy fabric for !

Serena said...

What a generous giveaway! I would probably use it to make some outfits for my three-year old, who just keeps on growing. ;)

tammi said...

That fabric is so great! I see bags- for me, my mom, my sisters...

Sue Cahill said...

Looks like the start of a really spectacular quilt!

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

knitaddict said...

I'm thinking Layered ruffle skitrs for my girls!! One in pink the other in blue!
I've also got some coral leather waiting to be a handbag but couldn't find the right lining fabric, you may have solved my problem!!
Here's hoping!!!

Tia xxx

Tanya said...

So much fabric, so I could really showcase the great designs. I think in a quilt with large pieces and some left overs for childrens clothes or a bag maybe...endless options. I love the name of the range too,
Tanya

Stephanie and Carlos said...

I want to make one of these for everyone in Sydney... then eventually Australia... an so on... wouldn't that be great!!

http://moobeardesigns.blogspot.com/2009/05/happy-scrappy-brooch-tutorial.html

xo Steph

johanna said...

If I won the fabric I would use it to make some skirts

jrecklies@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would dearly love to cut this fabric up into a log cabin quilt. with lots of reds added. thank you so much
brina
blrohloff at aol dot com

K. Anne said...

i would love to use part as a new summer top and the rest as either project bags or a nice big tote for me! :)
thank you!
~Kim
(ksknitchic@yahoo.com)

Sandy in Buenos Aires said...

Lovely fabric!
I'd probably use the first one for a bag and the rest of them for a quilt and fabric origami flowers.
Thank you for the great giveaway and the chance to win!

supermedic said...

a bag or tote or maybe a shirt

Pamela S. said...

What a generous giveaway - count me in!

Becky said...

Fabulous stuff! Thanks for participating in the giveaway Day.

I'd probably make some tote bags for green shopping trips!

L. Jane E. said...

It's a total long shot, but I love the fabric, so what the heck. Pick me!

appliqueartist.blogspot.com

swedish fishie said...

Awesome fabric...at first I was thinking quilt..but I think they would look cute as purses. I could make 2 with that much fabric and maybe even a wallet!

Love 2 Quilt said...

Great give away thanks. I would use it to make a purse.

Sarah said...

ooh pretty. I'd probably use it for some kids clothing;)

Andrea said...

Great fabric! I usually sew mostly for my kids, but maybe I'd make something for myself!

kitkabbit said...

Oh, I would love to win. that is cute fabric- I think an apron and potholders would be perfect for that fabric!

Jamie said...

Very generous! I'm wanting to make a little hostess (half apron) and some potholders as a housewarming gift for a friend-- these might be great for that...

jannza said...

Yikes! It's great fabric. It would go into quilts!

Thanks for participating in this fun day.

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