10 March 2011

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I get questions all the time about where I find all of the lovely fabrics I use for projects. It is my pleasure to formally introduce today you to one of my very favorite fabric shops on the internet: Sew Fresh Fabrics. Here's why they're my favorite:
  • they have a ridiculously large selection of gorgeous designer fabrics (as in, they currently have over 700 items for sale!)
  • and, if 700 items is overwhelming to you, they have an entire section of fabric combinations for you so that, if you're not great at putting colors and prints together, or if you are unsure about combining fabrics because you can't see them in person, you can purchase with confidence because these girls have a great eye (well, er, eyes. two people with on eye is weird.)
  • and if you're still not sure what you want or if you need to have a custom order set up, Peg & Becca (the shop owners) are incredibly helpful and quick to answer any questions you may have!
So, if you're looking for a good place to buy Anna Maria Horner's new line, or something by Amy Butler or those gorgeous remaining Heather Bailey prints for only $5.95/yard, or just want to browse through my favorite fabrics or need to build your stash with some great dots, this shop comes highly recommended.

And today, (yes friends, you knew a giveaway was coming, didn't you?) I get to give away a big, fat, fat-quarter stack with eleven colourways of Robert Kauffman's Metro Circles, as modeled today by our very own, Little Miss Can't Be Wrong:
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These eleven colourways, to be exact.

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{FYI: a fat quarter is a quarter of a yard of fabric measuring roughly 18"x22"}

How about that? Free fabric and lots of it! Eh? Eh? If my calculations are correct, 11 fat quarters equals 2 3/4 yards of circular delight!

So, here's the drill:
  • One entry per person telling me what you'd make with the fabric if you won OR tell me your favorite fabric from their shop.
  • Comments close Sunday, March 13th. One winner will be chosen at random.
  • And for more sewing ideas and fabric combos, visit the Sew Fresh Fabric blog!
Seriously, whoever wins this is going to be so glad! Go! Enter! I hope you win! :)

(And know that I am trying my darndest to figure out how to move my comments to the bottom of my posts. My Blogger layout says it's at the bottom, but I'm having a CSS issue somewhere and can't seem to figure it out. Boo.)

166 comments:

McFarland Family said...

love it!!!

Becke said...

My new sewing room is almost complete...would love to add it to my stash! I have a long, long list of things I can't wait to get started on...

keight dukes said...

i LOVE the one of hazel pointing at me. love feeling called out by a baby! and doy, i would make probably whatever you had just posted about if i won. doy. doy.

Bethany Reine' said...

I feel like I can't live without the blue and green stash builder bundle. I've been making taggie blankets for baby presents...I'm sure that's how I would use that fabric :)

~Regina~ said...

Love that fabric! I think I'd use it to make mother's day gifts for the ladies at our church. I have 50 things to make up. :) The pictures of your daughter are cute!!

~rachel~ said...

I love these! I just saw a cute tutorial for a hooded sweatshirt (from I Am Momma, I think). I pictured a red and black one for my oldest and the black and white circles would be prefect trim! Thanks for hosting!

William, Megan and Avery said...

My go-to make is the apron knot dress... I love that they match fabrics for you, because I generally have to fine 3-5 coordinating fabrics to make a dress. Living in a small town, it's almost 2 hours to the nearest (decent) fabric shop, and so I'm thrilled to have been introduced to this shop! :)

The Blackburn Buzz said...

You've inspired me to pull out my mom's sewing machine. I usually need help from my MIL or mom, but I will learn!

Thanks for a great give-away. The colors make me need Spring even more in Wisconsin right now! :)

Sarah and Chance said...

I would make a bunch if fun summer-y dresses for my sweet Olivia! These fabrics are gorg! Going now to look at their shop.

JW said...

I would love this fabric to make a little sundress for my friend who is having a baby in June.

Laura Darling said...

Oooh I think I would make some hair accessories with that fabric! Lovely!

Little Misses Kate said...

We're expecting our second child in September, and I just know it's a girl. Oh, all the things I could make for her with those circles (and I bet I could come up with something for Big Brother too!). :)

Cindy said...

This site is fabulous. We are expecting twins in a just a few weeks so I am sure I would make something for them. And with the dots I think I could use them for our sweet girl and boy!

Natalie said...

I need to make a bunch of bibs for my sweet little boy! I would love to win!!

Georgia said...

I will probably make something for baby, but I don't know what yet.... :)

Beth said...

LOVE these fabrics!! If I win, I will use the fabric to make some girly things for my first girl, due in a month!

Michelle Y. said...

Love it!!! I have a list of things I would love to make, just getting time is the problem...Love Hazel's outfit :)

Camp Isaac Mama said...

Cuuuute!!

I'm just learning to sew, my first real project is going to be bedding for my girls' doll bunk bed!

bonnielea.isaac@yahoo.com

stephanie joy said...

oh wow!!! what would i make? i totally know... pillows, pillows and more pillows. pillows for my bedroom, pillows for my girls' bedrooms, pillows for my living room. i love that fabric!!!

Laura Nicole Designs said...

Some of that fabric would be a part of the nursery we are working on for our baby boy. I'm not sure what I would do, but I love the fabric!

sRa said...

they're gorgeous! i would probably make some bibs for my boys~

karin said...

ive been making cute modern burp cloths for friends lately so these fabrics would work great for that! Now excuse me while i go blow all my money in their shop :)

Jen W said...

I love the fabric and just started sewing little boots for kids. I think this fabric would be so cute to make them out of. Thank you for sharing all of your wonderful ideas and tutorials!

Sarah Robbins said...

Oooh so cute! I want to make a petal skirt for my baby girl for this summer, and that fabric would be PERFECT!!

Camie Rae said...

I'm due in June with out first GIRL and I would just have a ball making a bunch of stuff for our little belly! Awesome!!

trishandwade said...

I would definitely use this fabric to make something for a nursery for our "bun in the oven", coming in October! And since circles are neutral, I can use it for a boy OR a girl!!

Kristen said...

I don't think there is any fabric in this shop that I don't like. I LOVE It all! If I had to choose, I really like the Chartreuse and Aqua mini bundle.

I'm not a good sewer, tho I dream of it, so I'm not sure what I'd make but I'd love to have it to build up my stash.

Duryea Place Designs said...

Cute fabric! I would make a dress for my niece... she would love it!

Karmen said...

I would totally be making my little girl some clothes! Love these fabrics!

Erin said...

I would make lots of pillows! The colors would be great for my living room (and my sofa that's about to get a new "dress"), and for my son's room, when he goes to his big boy bed soon.

kristen good said...

I would add it to my stash and probably make a cute little baby quilt with it! Probably triangles from squares. Maybe even hand quilted. :)

Pick me! lol.

shannon said...

Love these circles! I think I'd try my hand at a patchwork blanket. Actually picturing and I think it would be just lovely as a play blanket!!
Thanks for the chance to win!

Beth said...

Oh I'd love to make a little something for my little one of these - a dress maybe? Love these prints!

Hi, I'm Susan! said...

i want to win this! love that fabric! i would definitely make some cute outfits for my nieces. :)

Julie B. said...

I think I would attempt to make some cute pillowcases (and I'm sure I'd try to find someway to monogram them once I was done. What can I say? I'm a sucker for a good monogram:)

Beautiful fabrics on a beautiful blog written by a beautiful person!

Anonymous said...

I would love to make something for my 9 month old daughter!! I've been learning how to sew!!

amanda

smookiebear@hotmail.com

Cheri said...

aaaah! i see lots of cute hair accessories to be made with this fabric! can't wait to check out this site! :)

Anonymous said...

ohhhh I love this! I am new at sewing so this would be perfect to come up with little projects, girly headbands, hair clips, oh I hope I win it!! Thanks for sharing

~Brandy Grisham~
grishamfam@yahoo.com

HeatherBC said...

Let me try again... I really should read rules first! I would love the metro fabrics mostly for a stash builder - I can see the yellow and the grey one in the yellow/grey quilt I'm making the rest I'm sure would be awesome in quilts not yet conceived in my mind. :)

SarahBfromMN said...

Well a new clock cover, of course!! (Great gift idea, by the way!) :)

desi dreams said...

So cute! I'd make lots of appliques for baby onesies!

sushma.hobson@gmail.com

Mariliz said...

I love this fabric, I would make a tote bag or 2. Thanks!

christyleeknutson said...

Her fabric is so fun! I have several baby shower gifts coming up soon that this would be presh for. I also love her Valori Wells' Jenaveve Linen/Cotton Blend Floral Birds Garden fabric!

emedoodle said...

I think I'd use them to embellish a pretty toddler dress... or to make a zip pouch, or ... I'd cut it up all tiny and use it in everything! :)

Paula said...

I'd make a fun baby quilt - all the colors are so playful. I think it would be awesome.

Bethany said...

Wow - I LUUUURVE that fabric. Especially the dress Ms. Hazel is wearing. I would make some bibs and then some little sun dresses for some special little girls in my life. Maybe a few crayon rolls too.

I hope I win!

Debbie said...

I would make some cute little summery bubble suits for my granddaughter.

Pamela said...

CUTE! I think I'd be thinking about some jammies for a couple of grands!

Sarah said...

I'd love to make a zig zag quilt with those circles!

Staci said...

I'd make a quilt. I'd treasure the FQ until I found the perfect pattern for them! Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

mandiegirl said...

I think I'd make a cute pillow, a few pouches, and a hot pad or two! :)

Kwilt Noob said...

I have been keeping my eye out for some great fabrics to use in a cathedral window pillow that I want to make. This would be awesome!

robin said...

:) I'd maybe make a baby quilt, using some matching solids. Cute, cute, cute.

Regina said...

I would make a clutch for me and a small purse for my little girl.

P.S. I'm sure someone has said it by now but I'm seeing the comments at the bottom of the post.

Paula said...

OM! what a wonderful stash! I'd love to throw some on the bags I'm currently making and pillows and pouches and...........you name them.
Tks fr the chance! xo

Michelle T said...

hmmmm, what to make, what to make....I think I'd make dresses for my 1 year old and 2 year old...maybe with 5" squares from several of the FQ's pieced together for a sort of bohemian look...sounds like fun!

michelletripper (at) yahoo (dot) ca

hi said...

i would love to use it to make some cute bibs for my little guy or a dress for my two year old! i've ordered from sew fresh before - love them!

Jenny said...

i love circles and i love the colors of the metro circles! id quilt them into a quilt with lots of solids...love sew fresh fabrics! just ordered from them last week!

the Furgason Family said...

Oh my goodness, so many things I want to make: an apron, pillow cases, kitchen towels, I could go on and on! Great giveaway. :)

Rachel E. said...

I would make patchwork skirts for the two little girls I nanny for!

Tiffany @ Another Pie In The Sky said...

Love the fabric! I'm just starting out with my stash and these would be awesome to have! I'm thinking some zipper pouches. :)

James-Linda said...

FIRST I'D MAKE ME A SHOPPING BAG+THEN SAVE SOME OF EACH COLOR TO USE IN A LATER PATCHWORK PROJECT!
THANKS SO FOR SHARING!
HAPPY QUILTING!


jldouglas@wispwest.net

Keri said...

So cute!! I think I would love to make a little dress like Hazel is so cutely modeling...that is if you provide a tutorial or pattern for it!!;)
Please random selector...select me!

mcregan said...

I love fun simple geometric patterns that are a break from my usual choice of patterns.I would love to add these to my next quilt--all geometrics and a variety of Kona cotton colors. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathy said...

I would definitely make a cute summer dress for my daughter.

Quilter in the Gap said...

I know exactly what I would make!! I would use these great dots to make the "Kitchen Windows" pattern from Elizabeth Hartman's book. Oh yes I can see it in my mind's eye!

two hippos said...

Love the circles! I would definitely use them in a quilt. Perhaps even one for me :)

Sarah said...

AHH! I love it!! I am a quilter and I would definitely use these toward a quilt.... or 5, haha!

Melissa S. said...

I would definitely start working on my girls' summer wardrobes.

m-saldana@hotmail.com

heleen said...

Love it. My sister is expacting a baby in a few months, so i could make nice things for her.

Megan said...

Oh, what great fabrics! I am really into organizing my stash right now, so if I won I would really enjoy wrapping it on a little fabric bolt and admire it until inspiration struck! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Our Busy Little Bunch said...

I would use them in quilts, some bibs, some cute little summer shorts for my little guy, oh there's lots of ideas in my head! thanks for the chance!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Sequana said...

I'd start adding to each and every new project I was ready to cut. *S*

Love that line.

Andrea and Grant said...

Oh, I love them! I think I would make a fun, modern quilt with them. Of course, the dress you made is pretty darling too, so maybe a little girls' dress too!

AMKreations said...

I think that fabric would make an awesome charity quilt for kids! It looks so fun and bright!

And I love Sew Fresh...have recently been shopping with them and they're a great online fabric source! Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

Lindsay said...

I would add the gray and orange into a quilt I am currently working on and I would use the green and black to finish the tool carrying case for pottery class. The rest would have to await their turn as stash builders.

mrs.lmnop said...

Somewhat devastated and in shock from the sheer volume of amazing fabrics. (I wasn't sure what I would make, so I figured I'd pick a favorite...yipes! How ignorant I was!)
So in lieu of a favorite, I'd make a table runner and tea towels, some burp cloths, and line a buttercup bag (Made-By-Rae's pattern).
The end.

{mrs.lmnop @ gmail.com}

Thanks for having fabulous sponsers!

Mommarock said...

I would like to use these bright beautiful colors in a baby quilt for my grandchildren... they aren't here yet.. but the colors and patterns would be perfect for that!

Kelly said...

These circles are destined to be a rainbow-colored quilt! Fabulous giveaway!

Deanna said...

What wouldn't I make? Coffee cozies, stuffies, a dress for my baby girl, oven mitts, pillows, an apron, camera case, camera strap cover, kindle cover... seriously, my new fav fabric!

allsewnup said...

These are just marvelous, I love 'em!
I'm not sure what I'd make from these gems but with those colours it'll be gorgeous!

Carolyn

Bailey said...

Love the Metro Circles, especially what Little Miss is modeling! I would use them in something quilty!

Alyssa said...

OH, my! I've been looking for that exact white circle pattern for a year to make a dress I saw in a catalog- I still have that catalog and almost threw it out this week out of frustration because I couldn't find that fabric! So.... I'd make that dress for my daughter!

A.J. Dub. said...

Oh how I love Sew Fresh! I have a fat quarter quilt pattern brewing that this fabric would ROCK! So bring it on!

Cassandra said...

I would probably make burp cloths, a skirt, and some hair accessories for my 10 month old girl! Love all their fabrics!!!

cassandracriswell at att(dot)net

Karen said...

I, with the help of my talented mother, would make some stuff for my twins that will be arriving in September!

**nicke... said...

i would make a dress for my daughter and a purse for me and a pair of cute little pants for my little man!

Molly @ Me and Madeline said...

Oooh, love the circles!! I'd probably buy some boy fabric! I'm busting at the seams with pink, and I seriously need something boyish for my little guy. :)

Andrea said...

Gorgeous! I am about to refresh our wall color and have been thinking about new curtains and throw pillows. This fabric would be perfect for that!

Tanya said...

What a sweet dress! I'd make a little patchwork skirt with some of the colors and a bib or 2 for my baby boy. Or I might just sit and look at them :)

Jonathan said...

My fav fabric is the Tina Givens' Havens Edge Trees in Pink! Love it! Thanks for sharing the shop w us!

Jessy Schoch said...

I would be making some adorable things for our new baby girl!!

Sandy said...

I would make a tote bag or a baby quilt.

Brighton Breezy Sarah said...

Lovely beautiful circles of colour! Yum!

I'd make a rainbow wheel quilt and a whole heap of beautiful binding:)

My fave thing on sew fresh's site right now is the stash builder bundle of hot pink - and I don't particularly go for pink usually!

lovely blog - glad I found you :)

KathleenSBass said...

LOVE those circles!! Id use some for appliques on plain tees and dresses, and then Id make some pretty dresses for my daughter and her doll, and then i might make a new clock for the playroom! :) Thanks for the opportunity to win and get to know another fabulous etsy shop!

Becky said...

This is one of my favorite lines right now. (yeah, I'm a weirdo who loves geometrics!). I'd love to make some embellished kitchen towels with this fabrics!

Johanna said...

So many possibilities! I love making bags of various sorts, so it could very well end up there...

JuneBug said...

Oh I'm really loving the Sanctuary Zen Gardens tone on tone. The dots are fantastic too! I'd probably make a quilted pillow cover with them!

Erin said...

I love that SFF still has Masquerade from Henry Glass. Those birds just make me smile.

Alli said...

Ooooooh fun!! I think those would make perfect pillows! Thanks for the site info, can't wait to check it out.

The Thornton Family said...

my little girl will be one soon, so if i win (and receive the material in time) i'll be making her something special for the big day.

stacey
www.terrtthorntonandfamily.blogspot.com

JudyO said...

Their selections *are* wonderful! I am a charity quilter, so if I win the fabric, it goes into quilts for our local nursing home. They love bright, happy quilts (we make them to fit on wheel chairs, with pockets). Thanks for the heads up on this fabulous fabric source. Cheers!

Kay Stephenson said...

Love this fabric and it would have to make something for the beach, don't you think? Maybe a beach bag and a cute little cover up/ wrap type thingy?

hoosiermeema said...

I think these would make cool bags. I love colorful bags.

Anna said...

I'm just getting into sewing, and would love a nice stash like that! I would make a bag most definitely. Although perhaps that's being a bit too optimistic. Definitely some bibs for the bubs!

Julie said...

I love these colors and fabrics and would love even more to win them from you! I'm shopping for my first home and these fabrics would be a nice spice of color in any room. Or, perhaps something for my friends and I...like some cute headbands! Love your blog!

Jessi said...

I got a sewing machine for Christmas (because I begged my hubby for it). I have yet to actually try to do anything with it...though I think about it often! I've sewn so much by hand but the machine kinda scares me! I'd probably make something simple with the fabric like fabric flowers. :) Cool giveaway!

Toni said...

Love this pattern! I have two new nephews expected to arrive soon, so I know some of it would be used on baby stuff...quilts, bibs, embellished onesies, maybe even an attempt at baby shoes! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I would make something cute for my daughter. Wonderful fabrics!
Sarah
srockney@hotmail.com

BritneyD said...

Love love love all the bright colors...I'd probably make some new ruffly pillows of some sort for baby photos!

Sarah-Anne said...

imma thinkin i'm gonna make a summer bag {or even a skirt} outta those pretties. man, i hope i win!!

mom2marbles said...

wow! amazing stuff! i actually would love to frame some of that fabric to spruce up a wall for spring!!!

Tong said...

i love the metro living circles, they are just fabulous! great stash building basics! and i love the little dress on that adorable little model! thanks so much for the giveaway!

Shandell said...

my favorite is the pink scrolls fabric, would be so cute for a little bebe dress!

Q said...

I have a 19mnth old tomboy-ish little niece, and I would love to make some groovy things for her! Right now softies are being ignored so pillows for her little chairs, a doll quilt for her favourite dolly, and I would also like to make one of those nap quilts with a built in pillow. Any of those would look great all circley!

Aimee said...

I would love to make something lovely with the Anna Marie Horton line. Lovely.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Red dots and daisies. In fact I bought it awhile back.

Megan said...

Goodness Gracious! I would most definitely make a summer dress for my sweet girl! It would be my first but with that fabric, inspiration will get me far!

Love it, thank you!

Anne said...

This is such an amazing giveaway!!

I've been redecorating our kitchen, and I'd love to use the metro circles for some fun projects like curtains or cushions!

Thank you for the chance to win such pretty fabric. :)

djrogness said...

So fun!! I would really love to make a onesie dress for my sweet 4 month old girlie with this fabric. I've been wanting to try for a while and this might be the perfect motivation!

Thanks!

Ashley said...

I LOVE Amy Butler's Soul Blossoms Temple Doors in Basil and Deep Water! I love to get fat quarters and use them to make pretty burp cloths for gifts and for and my babies!

Celeste said...

I would add the blue & green into a quilt I'm working on for my son. The others would be great for quilts I'm putting together for a children's hospital.

Your baby is super cute. My mom used to make baby clothes for me & I look back now on the pictures of me in them & realize how much I was loved. It's a nice feeling.

Sarah Craig said...

I've been dying to make a polka dot quilt - these would be perfect!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Lindsay Conner said...

Just bought a stack of Kona solids from Sew Fresh, and some of that awesome Heather Bailey clearance yardage--love it all!

Jessica said...

Awesome! I would be making my very first little girl outfit ever! I got a sewing machine for Christmas and haven't had a chance to put it to work yet...partly because I don't know what I'm doing :)

Jessica
jcooper@epicchristianchurch.com

Christine said...

Oh, you KNOW I'm entering this one.

I have no idea what I'd make. Something fun for Charli-bear? That's probably the most likely, we'll say that.

pinsandneedles said...

Definitely use the fabric in a quilt...something modern :D thanks!

Julie said...

My most favorite babysitter is going to college and I would make her a quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Joanna said...

I'm so glad I saw this giveaway on the Sew Fresh Fabrics blog! Metro Circles is one of my fav new sets of fabric, but I don't have any yet so these would be perfect! These would go in my stash and get used in multiple quilts! I like to make my fabric last:)

Joanna said...

And I am now an official follower! I had a good look through your blog and it's definitely follow-worthy ;P

Peach Rainbow said...

I love the Bliss Jelly roll from their shop!
Thanks for the chance :D

Megan said...

Love the fabric! I would use it to continue to sew my birthday shirts for kids! So Cute!!

Jessica said...

I see some CUTE dresses or sassy ruffle pants in the future with that!

Laura and family said...

I'd make my daughter some cute ruffle dresses and onesies for the summer!

rachel said...

I love her pink fabric combinations. So cheerful, so luscious! Of course we're having a boy ... but I think the circles could make some really cute boy stuff! What? Well that remains to be seen I guess :-)

Sdlgillikin said...

I love this fabric and the dress you made for Hazel! I would probably make a patchwork dress for my daughter!

Meg said...

I'd pair these great prints with some coordinating solids and make a bright, modern quilt with them!

AllieKatMom said...

Oh I would definitely use them as blender prints to go with other prints I have. Im sure some quilting item would be made out of them! I just love these prints.

April Shae said...

Oh my gosh I have been looking for a stash like this all day!!! I would love to have this to build my stash to quilt with!!!! Thanks for the opportunity!!!

jennyfyar said...

Metro Living Circles in Marigold would be perfect for window treatments for my duaghter's room. Thanks for doing this!! Good luck everyone!!

Kimberley said...

I'm sure I would make something for my guys...a bib, additions to a shirt...something fun! Thanks for the chance to score some really cool fabric!

Kerrie said...

My triplet grandchildren turn one in a few weeks...Grace, Sienna & Harrison.

I'd so love to sew them something special for their first birthday...special matching quilts & pillows maybe.

Something they can keep and treasure.

Stray Stitches said...

If I'm lucky enought to win I would make a wonderfully bright quilt for my youngest grandson! Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

kd. said...

a couple cute headbands and onesie accents for my lady, maybe a pillow, and use them in conjunction with other patterned fabrics I have since the colors will go with so much!! I also might frame one of the colors for a nursery!!

Karla said...

I have so many old, worn throw pillows that could use some covering in that cute fabric! I love their choices!

domesticjoys said...

So fun!! I would use these cute fabrics to make fun pillows for my sweet Bug's bed... 2 1/2 and ready to move out of her crib, yet I want a fun, colorful big girl bed for her!
-Kelly

Seagers said...

The Metro Circles rock! I would love to use them in my kitchen to make some flashy kitchen towels and basket liners for my white wicker baskets! Plus...some cloth napkins to tie the kitchen and dining room together! Very mod.

Lisa said...

Love those metro circles! I would love to add them to a new queen size quilt I will be starting soon. Thanks for the give away!

Kristen Lea said...

I think the fabric would be great for my niece on the way :)

Marcia W. said...

These 11 FQs will go into a new quilt -- something that shows off the Metro Circles! Thanks SFF for the sponsored giveaway prize and Finding My Feet for the hosting this SFF blog hop for prizes.

jessi said...

I think I would try to make some sort of outfit for one of my boys. Not sure what though... I am not very good yet ;~)

Belknap Blog said...

Tie between the Hot for Pink and the Cozy Brown & Orange stashes!

I can't sew more than a button but with these fabrics, I'm thinking about learning....

Debra said...

These would be great to add to my stash until I found the perfect project for them!

carrie said...

I would definitely make a quilt!

Carriechilton at gmail dot com

nathanharkness said...

Wow! This would be great for growing my daughter's stash of spring dresses. How fun!

Sara said...

Is it against the rules to like them all? Thanks for sharing :)

Meg said...

Edith the Elephant! or Say Cheese, it's too hard to pick just one. I love the flower/rose onesie (white)

Cody Jean said...

Okay, so I wouldn't make anything, but I'll easily coerice my mother or mother-in-law into making something cute for my cutie!

Anonymous said...

Would love the book fabric for making some library book bags!
Bakingmommy

Kara said...

I have been wanting to hang fabric on canvas on my living room wall but hadn't found " the" fabric yet...this would be perfect!!!

Vintage and Vogue said...

Hmmmm...what to make? Aprons? That would be fabulous! Purses? Awesome! But I have to think I would use them in the 25 quilts I have running around in my brain right now! What I need to know is this: How can such a simple pattern--circles on a solid color look so amazing!
I placed my first order from SewFreshFabrics about a month ago, and asked for a custom order as well. It was a great shopping experience--they were quick and gracious in their responses to me and the fabric was at my door before I knew it! I can hardly wait for the pewter background with white rings to get back in stock!
Thanks for sharing,
Carol
cleishmancalder@cogeco.ca

Mary Jo said...

So pretty! And I love the little dress on the baby girl!
I think I'd make a quilt with the fabric if I won! (at least I would try). Fingers crossed.
Mary Jo
maryjowyse@yahoo.com

Rachel W. said...

I would definitely keep feeding my obsession for making dresses for my daughter. I have recently gotten brave enough to try using elastic thread, and I am HOOKED!

Tiffany said...

I just found out Tuesday that we are adopting a baby girl..... I'd start making her pretty dress!

Tammy Kay said...

I would be making hairbows, dresses, and flower pins for myself!!!! I love the dress that you made Hazel. So precious.

Elena said...

I'd make some color coordinated zippy bags. Each color for a different purpose...one for makeup, one for skincare, one for hair stuff....