Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Holiday Fabric Giveaway [CLOSED]


We had so much fun making and sharing the projects we made with the Robert Kaufman fabric yesterday. Wouldn't you like to make some holiday projects too? Just leave a comment on this post telling us what you would do with this stack of fabric and you could win it! The giveaway will end Thursday at midnight MST. Friday we will announce the winner and have a little hint of what is coming next week.

61 comments:

Monika said...

It looks like there might be enough fabric to make a quilted table runner for my Mom and one for us, too. I saw a cute tutorial that looked super easy and I have been wanting to give it a go!

Helen said...

I would love to beautiful my table with more napkins... and maybe a matching apron as a hostess gift? Fabulous fabrics!
helen_ono(at)hotmail(dot)com

Christine said...

I have making do with sheets, etc. for a tree skirt. This would be the perfect fabric to make a lovely quilted skirt for my tree!!! Love it! If I don't win it, I'm pretty sure I'll be buy it on my next trip to Logan!!! (if you have it, that is)

Blessings,
Christine

Michelle (from KY) said...

Those fabrics would be perfect for the stockings I want to finally make for my family this year!

Lauri {Scrap Attack} said...

Gorgeous fabrics! I would either make a holiday quilt or possibly stockings. Thanks for the chance to win.

Christine and Victor said...

I just recently taught myself how to quilt, and I would use the fabric to make a gorgeous Christmas quilt!

Ryansmaama said...

I can see a new tree skirt in my future. Love these fabrics!--Ryansmaama
gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

Bonnie said...

A retro styled apron would be a must; also one of those cute holders that keep buns and rolls warm.

beth said...

Beautiful fabric! If I won everything would be made with fabric - ornaments, tablecloths and napkins, and a beautiful skirt for me!!

Shirley said...

I have been toying with the idea of making an apron - that fabric would be great for a holiday apron!

Summer Braxton said...

I love to cut fabric with my Cricut and applique the cuts onto shirts.

Alissa said...

That fabric would make adorable placemats or a table runner.. something to spice up a holiday party!

CraftyGirl said...

The fabric is beautiful!! And if I am being honest... I would probably need to learn how to sew on the new sewing maching I received from my parents last Christmas!! But with all the projects I do... I am sure I would put it to good use!!
Barb :)

Angela said...

How beautiful. I think I would use the 3 green ornament fabrics for a tree skirt, bunting and bows for the tree and coasters. The stripe and it's coordinate would make great pajamas. How cute my daughter and son would look in the christmas photos. Leftover scraps could be used for fabric scrapbooking.

Scrapamum said...

I would give it to my sister! She is an amazing quilter and I would love to be able to give her the gift of fabric!

Martina said...

Lovely fabric! I would love to make a tablerunner or a wallhanging out of it. It would look so great with some stichery together!
Thanks for the chance to win!

isabel scrap said...

I love adding some fabric on my layouts !!!

Norine said...

Every year I try to make a Christmas lap quilt. I would love to use those fabrics for this year's quilt.

la zaz said...

I'm thinking of cutting some circles and adhere them on a tee-shirt
thanks for the chance to win !!!

Donna VW said...

First I would have to share half of it with my sewing sister. Then I could make a beautiful holiday apron with my half!

Andrea said...

Gorgeous! I would make a Holiday album with it-full of the spirit and joy of the season!

isa dona said...

I love those fabrics, perfect to cover some mini albums!

Vitoria B said...

Some pillows? and some embellishments too

Anonymous said...

I really need a new tree skirt and this would be great!

Kissin' Krafts said...

I would love to make a treeskirt!! Thanks!

littlen said...

I would have to make some kind of a quilted project - the wheels are turning.

Janette said...

I think I would make an apron. I am a sucker for cute aprons!

Lillian Child said...

Oh those colors! I would be making up some holiday stockings for my family!

connie said...

I would make my granddaughters matching aprons to wear while helping me back cookies for Santa!

Michele said...

I join Ali Edwards and do a Daily December Album. I would love to use the fabric on the pages.

C said...

I love the designs on this fabric. I would make decorator pillows and a table runner for the holidays.

Maggie Reno said...

What beautiful fabric. I'd either make stockings or a tree skirt.

Chereazy said...

oh so cute! I would use them to scrapbook, or be ambitious and make an apron! (I have been thinking of doing that for quite some time now!

Lindsey said...

Beautiful! I would make a Christmas quilt for my little one due around then. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

ladyufshalott at yahoo dot com

Tanya said...

Oh my these are beautiful! I would make a table runner, napkins, an apron, maybe a couple of pillows, I love Christmas, and love to decorate, I would have so much fun! Thanks so much for the chance. :)

KellyG said...

I would love to incorporate it on some Christmas cards! Great stuff!

Debbie H said...

If I won this stack of fabric I would give it to my mom and have her make something fabulous! She is a great seamstress. She makes very awesome purses, I bet that stack would make some great purses!

Deb said...

aprons and baby quilts would be fun in christmas material!
debnjasonATmsn.com

ispeed said...

A tote bag! Wouldn't a tote bag look great in those fabrics! I got some great tutorials for it.

smahrty said...

pillow cases! My kids love holiday pillow cases for all seasons! I would make some for my daughters dollies too.

Kim M said...

OOOOOH, love those prints!! I can see all types of crafty creations with them. Around the holidays, I always break out the saw and make wooden girls and crafts and that fabric would be perfect for little aprons for my wooden girls

rose said...

definitely stockings! love them :)

beth said...

I would love to make coordinating stockings and a tree skirt - beautiful! Thanks for having the contest!

Greta said...

This fabric is fabulous. Holiday napkins and a table runner would be so great with these. Maybe pillows, some fabric gift bags would be lovely.

kaw1963 said...

I would make some patchwork stockings and a matching runner for the mantle!

Laura Stewart said...

I would make some gift bags to use instead of wrapping

Michele said...

I, too, would make a table runner.

Carol said...

I think I would make some gift bags using a combination of this fabric and some paper.

Carol B
www.scraphappystudio.blogspot.com

Brittney said...

Gorgeous! It's be perfect for an apron. Or a table runner!

The Prickly Pinecone said...

I would love to make some contemporary stockings with the fabrics and if any is left over make myself a Christmas headband.

thepricklypinecone(at)hotmail.com

Stacy said...

What beautiful fabric!! I would love to make a tote bag or a quilt with this collection.

Janell said...

Pretty fabric. I would use to make a throw quilt for my couch. Would look great for the holiday season

Ashlee said...

I would love to make some placemats and matching napkins!!

Anne-Marie said...

matching aprons for my sisters!! That would be so fun!!

Archibald family said...

I would love this fabric it would make a great table runner or a crazy quilt perfect for the holidays. mandijohnson@hotmail.com

ParentesFantomet said...

I think those fabrics will be perfect as tablecloths, table runners and a couple of cushions.
They are simply beautiful!

KimR said...

Oh--what pretty fabrics! I am loving the apron---though I might make a little quilted wallhanging, if I win! :)

Scott and Em Hoffman said...

Table runner or a super-cute apron, love these fabrics!

~Tonya said...

Oh boy!! Love this fabric...so many ideas. I would use it for making lil bags, with drawstrings for gift giving. And maybe some stockings and maybe some decorative cones for the tress! So many ideas.

JJ Sobey said...

What wouldn't I make with these? I see lovely Christmas stockings and soft tree ornaments. They would be lovely to cover mini-albums as gifts, or make gift bags to fill with a mini-album!

thatlittlehouse said...

I'd make some placemats and matching coasters.

 

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