Monday, September 27, 2010

little folks voile giveaway! (closed)


IT HAS ARRIVED.....

Little folks from Anna Marie Horner arrived over the weekend, and it has taken me that long to get it all organized and posted. (well...still in the process of posting) I am so excited to start sewing with this fabric and I hope you are as well...

I would like to share this excitement with ONE of my great followers....

That's right My FIRST EVER GIVEAWAY FOR MY READERS ONLY!!!!!

ONE of you will win, your choice of either the



Spring Palette FQ bundle or



Moonlight Palette FQ bundle

What you need to do is simple, leave a comment as to what you would make out of these AWESOMe fabrics, details wanted!

GIVEAWAY ENDS FRIDAY

GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY SEWING!!!!

53 comments:

Kassandra said...

Goodness, this is a difficult one! I love both sets, the Spring would be perfect for my oldest and the second perfect for my youngest. Both daughters are opposite coloring.

I would make them some cute jumper dresses with this fabric to go over their turtle necks. My oldest would just LOVE wearing these to preschool, since she just started this year and LOVES to wear unique things all the time.

I can also think of some cute kitchen towel holders that I would love to make for my family members (females) for Christmas to save a bit on my presents and to also add that personal touch to them.

financiallyfitmommy@yahoo.com

Summer said...

Ooooo please pick me!

I would use the fabrics to make headbands, clips, clothing, etc. for my girls and for my etsy shop (http://www.etsy.com/shop/sumossweetstuff)Maybe even make some fun canvas'!

sumossweetstuff@gmail.com

Courtney said...

I think I would make another quilt! I've made one before, a few months ago and I LOVE it! I used this pattern idea I found online. It's a fairly simple quilt... great for beginners like me!

When I made the first one, my dad requested one of his own. At the time, my hands were too TIRED! But I'm thinking it would make a great Christmas gift :)

Krista @ While He Was Napping said...

I'd make a patchwork diaper bag. With lots of pockets! Diaper bags never seem to have enough pockets. I hate the big, gaping black hole that swallows everything!

Christina said...

I love the spring pallette. I would probably get a head start on some spring skirts for my girls or maybe I would make a fun quilt. Decisions, decisions...

csteinagel@hotmail.com

karissa said...

I love the second one!! My 3-year old niece just moved away and I would love to make her a cuddle "monkey" out of all different fabrics! Thanks :)

Tara @ Tara Being Tara said...

I love them both... if I won I would just ask you to surprise me!!

I would make laptop cases for all of the lovely women in my life for Christmas gifts! Ruffles and flowers and zippers... oh my!!

Sandy said...

I would make some cute aprons out of this beautiful fabric. Just saw a tute that used a fat quarter for an apron that was adorable, and these fabrics would be awesome! Thanks so much for the giveaway.
azbelle3@yahoo.com

Kristen said...

Oooh I love the moonlight palette! I would make my daughter a knot dress and matching bows! I love versatility of the knot dresses and they are perfect for preschool!

kristen.walker106@gmail.com

MrsJoseph said...

I love the moonlight set! I'd either make a lightweight throw quilt or some clothes for my "someday girl."

Kim said...

ohh I would love to make a cute baby blanket for our new baby girl (due in january) or a patchwork skirt for my 2 year old... or both!

kimhigueria at gmail dot com

Gina said...

I make headbands and I would love some of the second (first would work, too) bundle to work with.

gilchrist said...

I'm looking for some fabric right now for a couple of projects. I love the Moonlight and it would be perfect to make a hot iron cozy for my mother-in-law for Christmas.

lee_donna6802@yahoo.com

Jen said...

I definitely love the second set of patterns. I'm thinking it would make some wonderful christmas presents for our homemade Christmas this year.

Thanks!!!
Jen

jenni4488 {at} gmail {dot} com

Lindsay said...

I like the spring palette! I have House of Smiths fabric flower tutorial saved in hopes of making headbands and pins!

jill said...

With the Moonlight I would make an Amy Butler Sling Bag (I have the pattern) with a matching wristlet to go inside for my daughter who graduates from high school in May!

deserae said...

Love the fabric! Beautiful! I would probably make a quilt!

Becky said...

I'd probably use it to make a small quilt for the foster daughter we just took in as a long term placement. Poor girlie (5 years old) has been neglected and needs the love.

beckyfdavis at comcast dot net

JoonToons said...

yumm, yumm, yumm!

i'd absolutely choose the moonlight palette.

and i'd have a hard time deciding between pimping our kitchen with a new apron, potholders, placemats and the likes or making a silky soft quilt for our baby boy due in december.

both would be fab! :)

jennifer said...

make aprons for Christmas either set would be fine Thanks

Staci J said...

Oh man, with fat quarters I would probably make a cute quilt top, I have a few patterns I need to try out:) Thanks for the great giveaway!!
staci@justsewsassy.com

Jamie said...

I've been making clothes forever, but for some reason have never made a quilt! This collection of fat quarters is inspiring me to start one!
~Jamie
jamiepurple(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kate said...

Oh, goodness! I love the yellow and turquoise colors! I'd make some throw pillows for the family room, and maybe something sweet for my little lady to wear! FABULOUS giveaway...thanks!

Tania on the Hill said...

OH MY, THOSE FABRIC ARE PERFECT FOR A QUILT, I KNOW SOUND SILLY, BUT WAIT; WITH THE SCRAPS FLOWERS FOR HEADBANDS AND PIN CUSHIONS, I'LL WILL NEVER LET ANY PIECE OF FABRIC GO TO WASTE!!!

Birdie3008 said...

I am totally into cloth napkins so that is what I would make!

yael said...

Those are so beautiful!
I would definitely make bags out of them. I just love bags! Can never have enough. I would make one messenger bag, for every day use, one smaller purse, and one evening shoulder bag. and if there would be any fabric left, maybe would make another small bag for my sister :-)

yael555@yahoo.com

Kristin said...

Oh my gosh I could make so many things out of those bundles. Right now I would go with designer burp cloths and bibs as so many of my friends are having babies. :) I would also make some cute diaper bag accessories such as a changing pad, wipe holder... Oh the possibilities are limitless...

syocom said...

Either of the fabric bundles are amazing but I think for the time of season I like the moonlight. SO dark and mysterious. I would make a skirt with one of my original designs with panels and a ruffle across the bottom. It would be so much fun. With the extra I would use it in my Hexi quit I'm starting. Thanks for the giveaway.

Little Lizard King said...

I've been staring at these fabrics for five minutes pondering the options of what to create. I'm drawn to the spring palate, however, I think I might go with the moonlight fall colors. I love the idea of making a knot dress, napkins, or maybe even a quilt top. Both collections scream quilt, and Abby from Sew Much Ado just posted a baby quilt pattern....Who knows....
There are so many options.

fibercontent said...

I love Anna Maria's fabircs. I would certainly make a quilt out of either of the colorways. I make men's neckties and it would be fun to make a patchwork one. The weight of the voile is perfect.

Crossing fingers and toes!
Robin

Tonya said...

The Spring bundle is my favorite. I would make some zippered pouches with ruffles and embellish some kitchen towels with ruffles of course.

Weatherbee ;) said...

Oh my gosh! What an amazing giveaway with AMAZING fabric. It's so beautiful. I would love to use the Spring fabrics to make a sunny lap quilt for the living room. I'm new to quilting, but this fabric is so beautiful it has to be out and displayed! :)

Thanks for a great giveaway!
~Teresa

brooke said...
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brooke said...

I love both of them!! I would make stuff for my soon to be born baby's room! i still need to make some curtains, bumper pads, changing table cover, and a blanket. I would also make a cute little jumper for my 2 year old!!

bfowler_22@yahoo.com

Janae said...

headbands, headbands and more headbands! I love all these fabrics!

Janae said...

headbands, headbands and more headbands! I love all these fabrics!

2peas.paisleysmom@gmail.com

she dreams big! said...

Wouldn't either one of them make the cutest diaper bags! Have a great pattern that everyone seems to love and the spring fabrics would be perfect for either boy or girl! Count me in please!

BeachCoveJewelry said...

I think I would use some for reusable grocery bags! I love the moonlight colors.

Amy said...

I want to make my first ever mini wall quilt!

Mruna Mistry said...

I love the moonlight palette...perfect for winter clothes...I think scarves and a bag would look awesome!

Estee said...

How could one choose? they are so lovely!

I'd do tons of stuff for my new nephew and my son. A blanket, some decorated burb cloths :)

veronatacha said...

Wao this is awesome!
I choose Spring Palette FQ bundle or, and I definitely would make a quilt for my little girl. Thank you so much for this giveaway.
veronica_medina@codetel.com.do
vanessamedinat@hotmail.com

CraftyMummy said...

It would have to be a quilt! I've been making lots of baby quilts lately so this one would be one for me I think. Something not too tricky - I like to finish things quick and enjoy them at the moment ;)

Kim @ Everything Etsy said...

I would love to make a bag or a skirt! The fabric is beautiful...and it's my birthday tomorrow. :)

~Kim

Andrea and Casey said...

Oh I hope I win!! I've been wanting to make my first quilt and this would be so perfect! I would choose the spring set.

The Fam said...

I want Santa to bring me this collection for Christmas!

I'd love to make several quilts and pillow cases!

shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

susan m said...

My granddaughter loves the purples, I would make her a yummy quilt!

Mein Laden said...
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Mein Laden said...

Oh so wonderful! I just started a ticker tape quilt with the the moonlight Palette and noticed soon that I didn´t order enough fabric. So to win this giveaway would be so perfect.
no_mimikri@gmx.de

Mercy said...

Oooh I love the Moonlight palette! My first daughter is soon to be moving up to a "big girl bed" (she's one and a half, and having to make way for another little sister joining her this December) and I'm wanting to start a tradition with each of my children making them their own quilts. My color for her has always been purple, and the hues in the Moonlight are just beautiful!

Laura said...

I love the spring bundle! The colors match my wedding colors... so I'd probably use it to make some decorations... fabric flowers... who knows!!

THanks!

Laura.NewsoL{at}gmail.com

Liz said...

Oooh! Lap quilt? Probably lap quilt.

A Girl said...

oooh love the moonlight palette! I would make a quilt and and some fabric flowers!

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