Tuesday, June 22, 2010

We make a good pair + Giveaway

I don't know if you've heard but we do fabric too! Robert Kaufman sells some of our favorite designs in the prettiest fabrics that you'll just love cutting up and making new things with.

A few weeks ago they featured the Eerie Alley fabrics on their blog, the Swatch & Stitch. We thought we ought to do the same!


Maria made an adorable Halloween trick-or-treating bag complete with a puffy spider on the front! How cute is he? The eyes are monster iron-ons. We also think you should personalize yours! That way no fussy kids about whose bag is whose.

I made pumpkins following this fabulous tutorial. They would be great to stack high by a door or make lots of little ones for a table display. Treats around the projects are all embellishments from Eerie Alley. Candy not included, sorry!

I know you want to make projects out of this too! Well, the fine folks over at RK sent over one-yard cuts for two lucky winners! To enter the giveaway, leave a comment telling us what you would do with your frightening fabrics if you won. This giveaway will close on Saturday, June 26th at 11:59 pm. We'll announce the two winners Monday when we show you even more fabric projects.

48 comments:

Japip said...

Hmmm..I'm thinking maybe coasters, or maybe an apron, or maybe a tote bag, or maybe...the possibilities are endless

LynnSevillana said...

I would make a trick or treat bag for my son. Too cute!

Christine said...

I would make some halloweeney decorations! Halloween is one of my favorite times to decorate for the holiday!!!

Blessings,
Christine

Thebug415 said...

Hmmm...I think some trick or treat bags are in order with these fabrics. Maybe a cute door hanging.

alwayscharlie said...

I agree the possibilities are endless! I think your soft sculpture pumpkins are adorable and a treat bag for my grandson......

Greta said...

These fabrics are fabulous! I love them. I could make table runners, pillows, trick or treat bags, so many possibilities.

Alissa said...

I have some fabulous ideas for Halloween decorations! Oh, and those pumpkins are pretty darn cute. I'd definitely make a few of those!

Shanna Fugate said...

These fabrics would be great to decorate my classroom with!

Shirley said...

would like to attempt the adorable pumpkins!

Benga said...

Trick or treat bags! Am sure the kids would love to carry them around for collecting yummy treats!

Laurie (Wally) said...

oh fun... what would I make with these well I would probally make a quilt (with some help) because my DS loves halloween...and he would love all the fun prints.

Monika said...

I would make a banner...I love all things "banner-ish" these days and then I would have to try one of the pumpkins, too!

Liz said...

I'm one of those weirdos who thinks it's Halloween all year round, so I'd probably make potholders, an apron, and/or a kitchen appliance cozy and display them all year!

Donna VW said...

I could see a frightfully fun apron made out of this fabric! Or a cute table runner!

Kissin' Krafts said...

Scary fabrics...I love them! I would make some haunting home decor!

Thanks!

the mustik said...

Some trick or treat bags for next halloween ;-)

isa dona said...

ah, perfect to decorate the house with these fabrics.

la zaz said...

Love to make a dress for my daughter!
Thanks for the chance

Nat said...

wonderful! I would make cards for a Halloween party!

isabel scrap said...

Cute fabrics, love to win some to create some bags for the candies.

Meagan said...

I would make quilted pillows or even a blanket! Those pumpkins are so adorable too.

littlen said...

I would make trick or treat bags for my grandchildren.

Kelly Swosinski said...

These are awesome!! I would love to make the treat bags, I think they are so cute !

Jenny H said...

I would make a fun bag for carrying books and junk! I love tote bags and accessory bags. I my use it to make an apron too! I love the season and the fabrics! Looks like fun!

Lillian Child said...

My 2-year old grandson is CRAZY about aliens and all things spooky, so I would definitely make him a halloween treat bag out of this fabulous fabric! WOW! Love it!

Melinda AKA medialady said...

Wow! Love the bright colors and they would make a wonderful quilted table runner for my dinner table!

Scott and Em Hoffman said...

Trick or Treat bags for my two kiddos and some of those pumpkins, so cute!

KellyG said...

Love the idea of a trick or treat bag, but my son also likes themed pillow cases, so I would probably do that!

Christine said...

I love to make quilts for each season...and these would be perfect fabrics!

kaw1963 said...

I would make a quilt for my baby, all those colors would just be wonderful together!

Crystal said...

I would applique some t-shirts for Halloween & make cute skirts to match for my girls.

margvp said...

I'd love to use some of the fabric to create mini album covers. The soft pillow pumpkins would look adorable at the office this year...mmmm....hope I win!

KristenMary said...

Fun! I would definitely make some new treat bags and maybe some spooky skirts for my nieces to wear to school during Halloween week!

Laura Stewart said...

I'd make halloween totes for my neices

shiho said...

I'll make treat bags!

Jan said...

lovin the sei fabric and projects!

Linda said...

I love those fabrics. I would make cute stuffed frogs, pumpkins/squash and spiders. With the remaining, I would make a quilted table mat.

Brenda Barneck said...

I would love to make a new Halloween wall hanging.

Helen said...

These would make cute napkins, aprons, and coasters for a special party!

Pam Funk said...

I make mixed media albums. How fun to have material that matches the paper...ooooo...gotta have some!

Scoobie said...

I'd love to make some place mats with these fabrics. And a table runner. And a apron for myself. And banners to welcome the guests at our house. And... and...

Did I tell you I really like these fabrics?

Little GTO said...

Oh, the mischief I could get into with this stuff! I would do all the usual stuff but would try the fabric on cards. A new technique for me!
Sharon L

Janette said...

I actually would make a camera strap for my Canon... I seem to use my camera tons around Halloween and that would make it so festive!

Tanya said...

Oh, trick or treat bags for my kids!

Carol said...

I would make a quilted wall hanging with those adorable fabrics.

Carol B

dawn said...

I was lucky enough to see some of the fabric when we visited SEI last week during our trip to Utah. It is fabulous. For me, I'd use the fabric on cards, and make some of those fabric pumpkins.

NanaBeth said...

I know I'm too late-but please where can I buy some? I would make lots of flowers and embellishments for cards and home decor. Halloween is my holiday and these are just fantastic!

JJ Sobey said...

Halloween decorations and treat bags of course! Maybe a really BIG treat bag for Mommy, Hahaha! Love the bright colours here. I'm sure the scraps would end up as yo-yo's on my scrapbook pages!

 

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