Monday, May 12, 2014

Giveaway Day: Fabric de-stash

Welcome to Giveaway Day (well, week) via Sew, Mama, Sew!


I have had this great fabric by Lizzie House in my stash for far too long without finding just the right project for it, so I'm offering it up to you instead.  It includes a half yard each of the top two, and about a quarter yard of the bottom print.


Just use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter.  Thanks for stopping by!


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120 comments:

  1. Beautiful fabric. Thank you for the wonderful give-away chance!

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  2. Fabulous fabric! I think I would need to use the horses one in a big block as a focus piece? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. I would probably make something for my kids-- there would be fussy cutting of course to highlight those cute prints!

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  4. A friend of mine is pregnant after trying for many years! She's having a boy, and I just know I could make her something cute with this!

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  5. I make Waldorf dolls, so these would be cute boy doll clothes!

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  6. What fun fabrics. But yes, they would take just the right project. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  7. A cute quilt for my little boy would be awesome!

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  8. A tote bag. I love that bottom print.
    Sarah
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  9. I'd make a super awesome bag. Possibly for me. ;)

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  10. It would definitely be used sewing for my little girl. A twirly skirt? An apron? I'm not sure!

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  11. Oh I would love using these to make something for a little boy my friend is having. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  12. Love Lizzy House fabrics, thanks for the chance for the giveaway

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  13. Maybe a boy quilt or wall hanging? Or a bag for my son--he always has stuff to carry around :-)

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  14. I would put it towards a quilt for my daughter because blue is her favorite color

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  15. These are so cute! I'd use them for a baby blanket for my friend's son :)

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  16. Would make a cool bag with the material

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  17. Lovely fabric...thanks for a chance ....love to make a beautiful cosmetic bag with it.
    jeanieheath@charter.net

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  18. This fabric would make the coolest pillow covers!

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  19. I would make the cutest baby boy quilt!

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  20. Love these, especially for a non-pink option for clothing for my daughter!

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  21. A bag for my son to carry to the library

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  22. I'd make a bag/caddy for my nephew to carry around all his toy cars!

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  23. These can be used on a quilt. Cute!

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  24. I think a tote for the beach

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  25. I think those fabrics would look lovely in an economy block! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. This would make a great tote/backpack for my kids

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  27. I'd add them to my stash and use them in fussy cut blocks :)

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  28. I love lizzy house. I'd make a noodlehead road trip case

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  29. I can see a little dress with full skirt. Lovely unusual designs.

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  30. they would be perfect for pillow backings

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  31. The top fabric would be awesome for a quilt binding! It reminds me of birch trees for some reason :)

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  32. Maybe book bags for the school library

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  33. I am not sure but I think a beach bag out of this would be nice

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  34. Definitely something for my little girl.

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  35. I would definately make crayon rolls or pencil cases.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  36. A bag for when my grandchildren come out with me for the day

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  37. Love these! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  38. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to make some fussy cut blocks with those fabulous fabrics.

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  39. I am decorating a toddlers bed for grandma's house, so pillow cham, quilts..

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  40. I have the other colors of this line, I could make a cute rainbow quilt if I had the blue too!

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  41. Something for my year old grandson. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  42. I think they would be cute for a kids pillow.

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  43. I would make something cute for my 2 yo graddaughter.

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  44. I would use the fabric in my I SPY quilts.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  45. Cute fabric, would add that to a sea theme quilt I am currently embroidering tall ship panels for.
    Thanks for the great give away.

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  46. I would make pillows for my kids' reading nook!

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  47. I would make something that keeps those fabrics as intact as possible. Skirt?

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  48. I would love to make a fantasy lap quilt with this fabric, it's beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  49. I would love to make an adorable top for my little girl!

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  50. I would love to make a fun bag with this fabric. x

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  51. The colours look like a good match for my son's bedroom, so i think i would make him some cushion covers for his bed!

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  52. I'm collecting Lizzy House fabrics for a quilt and would love to add these to the pile!

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  53. i'd make a wall hanging for my baby's room!

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  54. I quilt for my nephew! He would love it!

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  55. love these fabrics! bowties, pillow case, etc...fun times

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  56. Some pillows and maybe some zippered pouches

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  57. zip pouches or fabric baskets.

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  58. I think this fabric would be perfect as a play mat for a toddler.

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  59. I love lizzy house! Not sure what I'd make - probably include them in a lap quilt!

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  60. A quilt, or several, wherever the fabric may fit. Thanks for the chance!

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  61. One of my very favorite lines of fabric of all time! I'd use it for my Egypt quilt! I've had a blue intricate zelig type quilt in my brain for months that I've wanted to try.

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  62. I'd love to make a skirt with the bottom fabric!

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  63. Beautiful! I still need to make a quilt for my younger son, because his older brother already has one, so I'd use the fabric for him.

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  64. I'm thinking that my son would be the best recipient of a project made out of this fabric. Not sure what he would come up with, but he seems to always have a project for me to make for him in his head.

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  65. This fabric would be perfect for my friend who is expecting her first later this year!! I would make a baby quilt!!

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  66. Some fun school accessories for my munchkins.

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  67. I'd use the fabric in an ongoing project I'm doing with my SIL. We're working on combining crochet and quilting. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  68. those fabrics are beautiful! I will use it for pillows for my children room!

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  69. It would be cute in a baby quilt.

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  70. The top two have such great patterns I would need to find a large block to showcase them. Or use them for some cute accessories. Thanks for participating!

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  71. I would use the top one as binding. I'd have to think a little for the rest of them! I would definitely use them in a block that would feature the prints!

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  72. What lovely fabrics! I think I'd sew a skirt for my daugther

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  73. I actually have some of the other colorway of this line, and haven't made the quilt I intend yet, so I would add these into the mix, and get down to business.

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  74. I would love to make some pillows for a reading nook in my son's room. Love this fabric, thanks for the chance!

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  75. I would make some fabric baskets/buckets/bowls? for my two little guys for their bedroom!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  76. Probably some type of kids backpack or bag of some sort!

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  77. Mug rug! TraeFlesher@hotmail.com

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  78. I would make some project bags for my knitting.
    jenniekader at yahoo dot com

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  79. We do a LOT of reading with my son over the summer and since it reminds me of fairy tales, I'm going to teach him how to sew a book bag using this fabric. He'll be so excited to be allowed to use a machine!

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  80. I think it would make a great tote bag. The minarets could be centered on a scrappy pieced background.

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  81. I would love to make a quilted tote bag using the fabrics!

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  82. I think I would use some of these as the fussy cut centres of an economy mini quilt of lap quilt - or maybe a gorgeous bag :) Fab giveaway!!

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  83. I would make little purses for my two little princesses! =)

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  84. This would make something lovely for my granddaughter. Perhaps a softie. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  85. I think that it would make a really cute tote bag! Thank you for this chance!

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  86. I think this fabric would make an adorable kids quilt!

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  87. I'd make a cute little girls dress! :)

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  88. I would make stuffed animal sleeping bags for my friends' kids.

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  89. Oh I love Lizzie House! I would make a dress for my daughter or maybe dolly blankets :)

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  90. I'd make a skirt for my daughter!

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  91. So many possibilities! I'd probably make her a skirt or a perhaps a jacket. :)

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  92. a blouse for my boy or a skirt for my girl

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  93. I'd use it in a quilt or clothing for one of my nieces/great-nieces aged 0-5. I know they would absolutely love it. Or maybe something for one of my great-nephews, 6 mo and 3. It could go either boy or girl.

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  94. Oh, I would definitely use it in a quilt! I have so many on my list...so many people I want to give a quilt to, lol! Every bit of fabric I don't have to pay for myself makes it easier on a limited income :)

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  95. I would make a mini baby quilt!

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  96. Thanks so much for the giveaway! I would make some cute things for my friend who has an adorable baby boy!

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  97. I'd hate to chop it up too much so maybe a feature pillow for a kids room.

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  98. A bag or pillow for my 6 yr old. She'd love it.

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  99. I'm a new quilter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  100. I think I'd make a mini quilt with it. It's so cute!
    christyjones(at)purdue(dot)edu

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  101. Baby boy quilts would be great. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  102. Something for my girls - maybe skirts or shirts?

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  103. Such cute fabric. A great mini-quilt.

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  104. I have a nephew that would love a new lovey quilt

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