Tuesday, September 22, 2009

fabric scrap giveaway

Would anybody like some fabric scraps? I'm currently trying to tame my overflowing scrap basket and give my studio a little fall clean-out. I have two bundles here, mostly of small scraps, which could be used for little projects such as these or maybe these, or even just something like this.
{A selection of fabrics from bundle A}
{bundle A}
{a selection from bundle B}

{bundle B}
{bundle B}

If you'd like a fabric scrap bundle, just leave a comment on this post. I'll close comments on Saturday and draw out two names randomly (assuming more than 2 people comment!)

Now for my other scraps . . . I still have a big trash bag of smaller, more annoying scraps. Any ideas? I love this but doubt I have the pluck to pull it off. What do you think? What else might I do with small irregular scraps? I'm tempted just to toss them but am trying to be more "green."

Closing comments now: thanks for entering everyone!

174 comments:

nw nonna said...

Mary Beth, This is so generous of you! I would love a bundle as my "stash" is adequate but my scraps, they are very few indeed. And I have wanted to do a strip quilt for a grandbaby. If I win you must let me pay for the shipping etc. This Nonna insists.

Holly said...

How cute! I love your taste. I have been trying to find some cute fabric to make a bunny for my daughter. I love the bunnies you made your kids(:

Enggirl said...

You have such a nice blog - nice projects too. When I saw your post about the smaller scraps - I was reminded of a project my paternal grandmother used to do with the small strips - she'd pull both ends of a strip thru a piece of plastic (leftover 50 lb rice bags) and basically make a hook rug (by tying the scrap into a knot). Your post reminded me of that...

Carrie said...

What fun colors! I love them!

Kimberley said...

What lovely bits and pieces! Small bits of leftover fabrics that someone else has chosen are always so much more inspiring that the scraps left over from your own projects... :) Here's hoping for some inspiration!

Chloe said...

What a lovely giveaway. I'm working on two wedding quilts and one for a new babe. I would love one of them to be a scrap quilt, and one of your beautiful bundles would so help!

gardenmama said...

what a beautiful giveaway, i would be thrilled to receive some of your beautiful fabrics : ) i am also having a giveaway, i would love for you to have a chance! happy autumn to you!

loui said...

I would adore your scraps!!!

Digital Misfit said...

Ohhhh fabric scraps! LOVE!
My scrap stash is pretty tiny, and I could definitely use a boost for making doll clothing.
I have also been dying to make a fabric coil bowl - the kind where you wrap scraps of fabric around cotton clothesline cord and sew it together into a round bowl.
For your teeny scraps that just dont seem to work in any project, keep them for stuffing plush toys as a great eco-friendly alternative.

heidig@gmail.com

secret cake said...

Oh, how lovely! I'd love to breathe some fresh life into my stash : )

For your smaller bits, how about some fabric covered buttons, magnets, thumbtacks, patchwork bookmarks, quilted notecards, etc.

(Of course, I'm a big talker because I haven't done ANY of these projects with my own stash, but I assure you I have the best intentions!)

Take care!

enikő said...

What a great giveaway! Lovely scraps, gorgeous colours. Yes, I'd like to partecipate if you don't mind. :)

Nova said...

I think these are cool:
http://belladia.typepad.com/bella_dia/2006/08/fabric_panels.html

Jane said...

Thank you for the wonderful giveaway. I would love your scraps!

Lisa Boyer said...

Thanks for the giveaway--those are some lovely scraps! I enjoy your blog very much.

ZarpandiT said...

thanks for the giveaway :) so cute fabric scrap!

6p01156ee1fba9970c said...

These are so pretty! Would love a bundle :)

lovestitches said...

They are way prettier than any of my scraps! I made a little hexagon paper pieced dolls quilt with mine. I hand stitched it (cos I didn't know what I was in for when I started) and it was hard going but looked so good.

carm said...

Oh these would be great. I am just building a 'stash' so would love your great colours. Thanks for the kind giveaway.

jenni said...

wow, thank you! "if more than 2 people comment" you crack me up!

Lilly said...

Lovely scraps!
Thanks a lot for the chance ^^

Liv and Colin said...

Fantastic bundles! I'd love to be entered. Many thanks

Angela said...

What a nice giveaway! I love your blog and your simple celebrations have really got my wheels turning with ideas for my own kiddos. :-)

Aimee said...

put my name in the hat too! pretty, pretty fabrics!

Melissa said...

pretty scraps! I have a few ideas if I am chosen. Thanks so much ;o)

Rain said...

Your scraps would be my treasure.
And I think you do have the "pluck" to pull off that strip quilt. It would be gorgeous and then you could post a photo on your blog, and we could all admire your creativity.
I really do enjoy what you share here.
Blessings.

Jessica said...

I have always loved your choice of fabrics!! What a kind giveaway. Happy fall!

pilgrimama said...

Lovely fabric!
My new stash would be happy for the addition!
Instead of tossing the bag of scraps you could try putting it on Freecycle.There might be fellow sewers who would like them!

Marissa said...

Oh, they're lovely! What a great match-up of patterns & colors. I've got lots of ideas!

Lise said...

I'd love a chance to win either of these bundles! Thanks so much for the chance. Beautiful treats in there!

Anne said...

I love the yellows and the pinks, so would love scrap bag B!

For your little pieces, some options are to donate them to a school for art projects/collages/etc. or to use them for applique. I took a class on reverse applique and was regretting getting rid of all my little pieces that would have come in so handy!

Mama Plum said...

I love your blog. I'm always inspired by your choice of projects and sense of style. Love the scraps!

Tar Heel Freemans said...

i would love some scraps!

Tori said...

I know your challenge with the little scraps! I hate to throw them yet wonder if they are large enough to make anything with. Currently mine sit in a basket that my kids can play with while I sew. I love your blog - I've found oodles of inspiration with it Thank you!

kera said...

WOULD LOVE A CHANCE TO WIN THIS! SUPER GENEROUS OF YOU!!! HAVE THE PERFECT LITTLE IDEA FOR THESE!!! THANKS SO MUCH FOR THIS CHANCE!!

Heather said...

What lovely collections of fabric, perfect for making pockets and patches - prettifying our drab autumn wardrobe. ~Heather

Shawn said...

Mary Beth,

I'd be more than willing to take your scraps! Love the green. Fantastic giveaway.

With regards to what to do with smaller scrap pieces check this out:

http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2009/09/ticker-tape.html

From what I understand, the smaller pieces are stitched down on top of a quilt sandwich with raw edges exposed. Personally, I think that's genius.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Meg said...

Oooh, I always admire your fabrics! I hope I'm one of the lucky winners this time!

Angie said...

Oh, those are so pretty. I would love them! Projects that use scraps are my favorite!

Michaela said...

What a nice scraps. Count me in. I have many of tiny scraps of fabrics that I can't toss. I have post about with some ideas for those:http://craftfarm.blogspot.com/2009/04/i-won.html

dreamingmama said...

Very thoughtful idea!! I would love some of your very cute fabric scraps. The quilt would be a great idea for your bag of scraps, but would be super time consuming...maybe an ongoing project? Thanks again!!!

Lina said...

Wow, these are gorgeous Mary Beth...perfect for a little patchwork project. So pretty - especially the blues in the first bundle.

barbara said...

well, i was hoping i would be one of the two comments;o)
great giveaway, thanks!
have you thought of donating your smaller scraps? i'm sure there's someone out there who could put them to good use.

Liz said...

How wonderful! So many pretty prints that would be awesome to receive! Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is so generous of you. I would love to help you clean up some of your stash!!! :)

hbowman19@yahoo.ca

Tammie said...

ooh id love some scraps. what a generous giveaway.

kristie said...

Oh, what a fun giveaway. Bundle B is calling my name!

Brooke Petersen said...

I am just getting back to sewing and would love to inherit someone else's cast offs!

Jen G. said...

How fun! What lovely colors!

Thanks!

Kristi said...

You are so kind to share these scraps! You did a great job pairing the fabrics together too! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Erin Lutz said...

Sooo pretty!!

Dana said...

me please! I've been wanting to use fabric on a scrapbook page so if I am a lucky winner,
I can try with your gorgeous fabric.

Jennifer said...

I would love a chance to get some of your scraps. You have such great taste. I would be thrilled!

amygcb said...

Oooh, I would love some of those gorgeous scraps-like a kaleidescope of fabric!

christina said...

I was just thinking the other day that i needed to start accumulating fabrics... and these would be just the thing to start off my collection!!

Karen said...

Sounds good! I'd love to make the postcard envelopes. I just love your blog. A little cheer every day. Thanks!

lisa said...

Wow! I would love those! I really like the one in the first box on the top right. The blanket you mentioned is beautiful, but it seems like it would take a long time. I’m not sure how big your pieces are, but how about making them into gift? Fabric bookmarks are nice and so are tissue holders. Or you can take them to a thrift store or donate them.

Bateau said...

Oh, Mary Beth your taste is impeccable. I love your scraps! I'm planning on making a scrappy baby quilt for some friends of mine who are expecting, so a scrap giveaway would increase my range of options. Your appliqued tees and pants are so lovely, too, I hope to do something similar for my nephew and cousin.

Lisa said...

I'd love to win a bag!

For the smaller bits, did you see the quilt here: http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2009/09/ticker-tape.html

I think it's stunningly pretty, but would take a lot of work.

LagesteeFamily said...

i would love to maybe win your scraps. i just started sewing and am becoming obsessed with making things for my kids and family.

Melanie J. said...

Commenting! Trying to get into small quilting projects and a stack of misc. would be great.

Tam said...

I've been making more small quilts lately and would love to mix in some of your "new" scraps with my tired old stash.

Erin said...

Yes! I love all your fabric projects and would love some scraps. I moved recently and have no scraps bin any more. Thanks for re-cycling those!

Andrea said...

Oh what pretty fabrics! I have bags and bags of the tiny, annoying scraps. I have used them in the past as stuffing (for a gnome I knitted) and am saving them with the vague notion of using them for more stuffed projects in the future. I had a clown doll when I was little, made by some nuns somewhere, that was stuffed with fabric scraps...seems like the perfect full-circle, doesn't it? (only I don't make much in the line of dolls/stuffies!)

twrightgirl said...

love the scrap stash. mine is not quite that impressive.

anne said...

I would love some scraps! I make doll clothes and small toys and maybe someday I'll try a bit of scrappy quilting!

Colleen said...

The bundles of fabric are wonderful! I am thinking of making a nice scarf for my daughter for winter. Thanks for your great blog!

Julia said...

Oh so fun! I'd love a bundle!

As for the smallest scraps - I am passing mine on to a friend who is an elementary school art teacher. She requested them for fabric collage with her students. Just an idea!

Thanks for sharing.

taimarie said...

Though I have to admit to having an overflow of scraps, having *new* scraps looks like fun! Yours are so pretty!

AndieF said...

I'd love your scraps! I'm always doing little projects with scraps with my preschool and my kids!

Toby E. said...

What beautiful fabrics! Thanks for such a lovely oppurtunity!

camsfam said...

What a good idea! I was just thinking that I wish all my scraps weren't from little girl fabrics. That's what happens when you have two dd's.
THanks,
Sharron

amanda said...

Thanks so much! I've been wanting to make an owl trick-or-treat bag with fabric scraps for feathers!

Kim from Holland said...

Count me in please! You could use smaller scraps to make fabric covered buttons? Or make patchwork coasters, a table runner or even give them to a school to make collage's.

Yvonne said...

I love sewing with scraps. I usually use very small scraps and sew them together to make a larger "fabric" which I then sew something with. Check my heart: www.fjellvang.no/quilt

Renee said...

I would LOVE your scraps to be my treasure! Thank you for the chance!

Heather said...

What cute fabrics! Your blog is always an inspiration!

STEPHANIE. said...

Oh my goodness I could find so many things to do with these beautiful fabrics! especually with Christmas gifts in mind. :)

krista said...

adding my name to the pile! yay fabric scraps! this would fulfill my desire to have new fabric while sticking to my budget!
oh, and for your other scraps...i have had this picture bookmarked for so long and haven't tried it yet...maybe this would work for some of your irregulars?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/melisaur/309921943/

Katie said...

What a lovely thing to pass on. I wish I could generate as many scraps as that! I love reading your blog. Thank you for sharing.

MostlyIsobel said...

I love how you separated by colors!

Ellie said...

Ooo -- how lovely of you! I'd love more scraps :-)

Darci said...

I would love some of that lovely fabric. You are such an inspriation, love all your posts!

Evenspor said...

I like to use small scraps for quilt balls. Someone recently asked me for some red, white and blue ones too, which your scraps would be perfect for.

Erin said...

I was just planning on starting some headbands and coasters to use as gifts at Christmas and would LOVE to have some new life added to my scrap pile! Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Nicole said...

These scraps are gorgeous, and would love to be entered into the giveaway!

As for the small scraps. I have had this dilema, and when I got to the point where I really wanted to toss them, but couldn't get over the waste, I donated them to my kids school. So many teachers love having things like this for the kids to include in collage art and other things, and it was heart warming to see my daughter come home with art that had bits of my past projects in them. :)

Nettie said...

looks like you got more than 2 comments. What brilliant scraps, I would love to add them to my hex scraps....need lots of scraps for those.

wayfarer said...

i'd LOVE some! How sweet of you!

bubbs824 said...

You are so sweet, I love your fabrics:)

Anonymous said...

Why not contact the local elementary school - they have gotten such huge cuts in expendures that I'm sure the art teacher could come up with a project using them.

I'd have loved them but can't use what I have now. I would have made catnip mice and toys for the ASPCA or the other many no-kill shelters - sewed together and filled with stuffing they would have made great doggy toys also...

Ah well - dreamers are we all (LOL)...
PatsyAnne

UK lass in US said...

I would happily take them off your hands - what lovely fabrics. There's a tutorial for a fabric scraps bathmat, that that quilt reminded me of. It might be an easier, well smaller, thing to attempt.

http://sewliberated.typepad.com/sew_liberated/2007/11/recycled-bath-m.html

Nancy said...

I do not think I would have a problem relieving you of these scraps. I'm especially tempted by some of those in B. Thanks for the giveaway.
spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

coloring in my life said...

count me in (:
lovely fabrics!

Hannah said...

I love the fabric with the chickens on it!

For some of your little scraps - you could try something like the fabric garland in Handmade Home. Also, don't forget you can use fabric scraps for cutting and sticking projects or even for stuffing home made sewn projects. We have some knitted nativity characters that are stuffed with small white fabric scraps because we didn't have any stuffing left!

sewfunky said...

Ohhh! Please enter me in the draw to win your scraps... :)

dodi said...

yay!!! My first opportunity to comment from my new blog! Count me in for the give-away, and please let me know if it's OK to link to your blog from mine. Looking to really branch out and network with women who share my same passions... :)

Kristi said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Always in need of a few scraps with all making going on around here.

Ayelet said...

These would be so great! I'm a new sewer and I'm trying to build my stash. Thanks for a chance to win!

Franny Z said...

Those are beautiful scraps! I've recently gotten into sewing and would love to make your coasters! What a fun idea!

nanaandpapa1 said...

looks like i'm commmenter #99 so I appologize to # 1 and 2 who hoped no one else would find this giveaway, I'm sure. I love scrappy quilting and the more the merrier. from what I saw in the pics you have great taste and I would love to win. thanks for sharing.

Susan Cahill said...

I'd love to be entered, your scraps are excellent, my stash would love to include those!

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

BellaBree said...

enter me too pretty please...your scraps wuld indeed be my treasure...thanks for the opportunity!xx

Jenn said...

What beautiful scraps! I am thinking needle cases for me and Princess. Maybe presents too!

the sander family said...

oh what a great thing to give away! it would inspire me to dust off the sewing machine and actually make something!

Kate said...

Those are so pretty! How kind of you. We just recently found out we are expecting #3, and I would love to make him/her something out of your lovely scraps. I enjoy reading your blog very much. Thank you for sharing!

Daniela B. said...

Nice colors and prints,I would love to have some to make my Christmas gifts! :)
hugs,Daniela

Holly C. said...

Those look like great scraps! Please enter me.

Love your blog!☺

Clare said...

ooooh I love fabric scraps! Thanks for giving some away!

Anonymous said...

i love your taste in fabric - you have such an eye! i think these scraps would be great to try these:
http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?p=431
i hope that link comes through. they are fabric easter eggs with a secret pocket in them. i love reading about your family and love Ranier's hair coming in!

dianne.thomas@ncdenr.gov

i am comment leaving impaired so this isn't really anon.

Susan said...

What lovely 'scraps'... I'll toss my name in too! Thanks!

Its_Lily said...

Scraps, scraps and more scraps. What a wonderful give-away. I framed 3 squares of a crazy quilt my g-g-g-grandmother quilted in the 1880's. I love seeing the various stitches she used and I know it would be a tedious project, but it might be cool to do some of that with your scraps. Practice the embroidery stitches I mean. Who knows, one of your future descendants might frame them as well.

Fun Mama - Deanna said...

I can't remember how I found your blog, but I've been enjoying it for a couple of week. Your photos are so lovely and your blog seems so "calm." I enjoy that feeling. I haven't been sewing long enough to know what to do with my fabric scraps!

Claudia said...

oooh i love those fabrics! absolutely gorgey. i'm a bit of an amateur at sewing still but at almost 16 i've plenty of time for pratice ;) also from the uk so can pay shipping.
rainbowz_r_cool@hotmail.com :)

Jac said...

Wow! I have just found your blog this evening from a link on Craftykin and to find you are going to give away some lovely fabric scraps to 2 lucky people - count me in! I had to laugh at your comment 'presuming I get more than 2 people' as there are now 113 comments! I'm off to have a proper look around your blog! :)

Dawn Madigan said...

Oh fabric are the best arent they! Would love to try some patchwork on linen bags, have just just started sewing.
Dawn M

Amanda @ www.kiddio.org said...

What generosity! I would love to give one of your bundles a new home :) xo, Amanda

karen said...

Would love a bundle!

Uva said...

What beautiful fabrics! Interesting giveaway!
Uva by Italy

Andria said...

Yea for scraps. Such a generous stash. Happy autumn!

Jill said...

Is there anything better than a pile of fabric scraps? Pick me! :)

Knofje said...

Lovely fabrics!

Julie said...

Great giveaway!! Pick me pick me!! Gorgeous colors and fabrics giving my so much inspiration!

Patsy's Daughter said...

so cute!

Paula L. said...

I love fabric scraps; please count me in! Thanks!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Asha said...

Such beautiful fabric, count me in!

darcey said...

Yes, please! I am just learning to sew and have no scrap stash at all. I am desperate for my babies to have some "mama-made" things while they are young enough to enjoy them. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

bri and shawn said...

oh oh! I need fabric!!! How wonderful that you are having a giveaway! Pick me! :)
brierleigh(at)gmail(dot)com

Jessica said...

I love scraps! :D

Sam said...

Oh, they're so beautiful! The yellow and teal ones especially just call to me. Why do I love scraps so?

heather leigh said...

Your blog is lovely. I am so glad Soulemama sent me your way! I am a novice with my sewing machine and need to get over my fear of choosing fabics - this might get me started.

K said...

I would love to win a bundle of your beautiful scraps. My elderly mother recently requested new quilted pillows for her couch. I would love to make her one for Christmas.

Anonymous said...

Super cute bundles! Would love the inspiration and direction right now:)

lillyandbrian@yahoo.com

xoxrhapsodyxox said...

Wow, I would love to win scraps like these! I'm a beginning sewer, so I barely have a fabric stash, much less a scrap stash!

Hannah said...

oh wow I love scraps! Perfect for little bags or small patchwork projects :~)

sandra said...

Thanks for sharing! Great blog!

Jay said...

me gusta! thanks for this nice giveaway. I am trying to rebuild my stash after a few moves this past year saw me jettisoning many of my possessions. A new sewing machine is on the horizon...

Kim P. said...

I have been wanting to start sewing and this would be perfect to help me get started with some projects.

kimberlysummer40 at aol dot com

Tania said...

Wow - how generous! These are great little bundles. I would love to win these. My hubs is heading to Iraq next month and I will be working hard on all kinds of projects to keep myself busy and distracted. These scraps would be perfect for helping me with those.
Thank you for the opportunity.
Tania

Nicole said...

I just discovered your blog via Soulemama. This is so generous to give away some of your scrap stash. I am just starting my first quilt for my sun and have seen quilts similar to the one you posted using tiny scraps - someday I'd love to try that too!

BLR said...

Oh, I hope I am not too late. Lovely fabric!

Amy said...

I'd love to get my hands on those scraps. I'd probably use them for quilting or appliques. Appliquing would be a great way for you to get rid of some scraps!

anna said...

didn't read all the comments but for your other scraps, how about a rag rug. that's what i'm planing on doing with mine.

cygnetsmall said...

I don't think you needed to worry about the number of people commenting -- 140 already! What a fun giveaway. And, your blog is always lovely to read and look at. Thanks!

crow+seagull said...

OOOooh!I would love to have either of these! These scraps are lovely.I just found your blog through Soule Mama.I am excited to peruse it farther. Thank you!

Fay said...

A fantastic and generous idea! I am truly impressed.

Caitlin G. said...

What a fun and generous giveaway- and such beautiful fabrics! My stash of fabrics is decidedly small as my budget for such things is almost nonexistent. This is a great idea. I found your blog through SouleMama and have enjoyed reading through your posts. You've given me so many ideas!

Featherglen said...

Well, I'm new to your blog, but i really do like the recipes, craft ideas - oh especially the boys clothes - such a need in my home too! And it would be lovely to get some fabric that is completly different to what I'm able to find locally. Just a beaiutiful blog, thank you!

Joanna said...

I do also love me some scraps! I have it in my head to make a log cabin quilt using one color way to make each block. I've already separated my scraps by color, but am still mustering the motivation to actually start it! I absolutely love the quilt that you linked to!

Erin said...

How wonderful! - I have a 6 1/2 yr. old girl that would love to craft some treasures - she's always digging into my "full size" piece stash. You'll have an ever grateful little girl. These will be perfect to go with the little 1980's singer (girl size machine) we picked up recently while thrifting. Thanks for such a great giveway and such wonderful inspiration.

Allison said...

i found my way here from soulemama's post with your backyard blanket. it's so pretty! i would love a bundle of fabric to play with.

LizND said...

That is a treasure trove of scraps if I ever saw one, mary beth! I am new to your blog-and new to sewing, so these little beauties would be some very welcome inspiration into the sometimes-still-scary world of sewing :o) If I win, I would like to offer to pay for my shipping though!I am in fully-fledged-autumn North Scotland :o)

Kathleen W. said...

I'm visiting from Soule Mama, and am loving your blog!

Though I have quite a few scraps leftover from other sewing projects, I've been wanting to make some patchwork pillows, and I just love the patterns of fabric you like.

Also, great idea on those produce bags!

Angela said...

yay for scraps! i'd love to see what little projects i could make for my 4 little ones out of these! :)

kalliegal said...

I saw your pretty beach blanket over at SouleMama and came over to check out your blog. I can already tell I'm going to have to add it to my bookmarks. Your fabric scraps are such fun colors - I'd love to help you clean out your studio. Thanks for offering.

Linda said...

and I am in the mind of quilting! yay! fingers crossed....

hanna said...

ooh ooh, I woulds love some of your scraps, hope I'm not to late on my comment.

FuNkY MoMmY said...

I would love these!!! Great blog!

Jean said...

It would be so much fun to have scraps to play with and lovely ones at that. Thanks for the opportunity.

Sandi said...

Yes, please!

cooking in the country said...

Love the scraps...have taken up collecting fabric lately!!!!

Jen said...

I LOVE scraps. I'm actually much more willing to dive into scraps than my stash, typically. Those look beautiful!

tami said...

Those sure are some beautiful scraps! I love the strip quilt. Thanks for some new project ideas and a generous giveaway.

Colleen Donaldson said...

I love the little bits of fabric. I would be happy to use them at home or in my classroom.

Anonymous said...

Hi - Just discovered your blog via SAoulemama and would love to assist in a clean out of your craft area if you are shipping internationally! Also your blog is lovely.
rebecca.brennan @optusnet.com.au

Jennifer said...

Your scraps are gorgeous. I've been working on patchwork blankets for my kiddos for Christmas, and your scraps would make a beautiful addition.

Anonymous said...

I love these fabrics!

Beth- the mama bee said...

How nice of you. I just love the little bits you showed. My kids love to have at my scraps with their scissors. This lets me sew for several minutes in quiet!

patricia said...

I'd love your scraps - I live far away in Greece (I'll pay postage) where it's hard to find nice fabric.

pat

radhe108 said...

The designs are beautiful! I've only just embarked on sewing and crafts so this collection would be much appreciated, I'm sure whoever wins will feel the same way! xx

S/V Mari Hal-O-Jen said...

Lovely fabrics! I've just recently moved off a sailboat and am sooo enjoying crafting again - BUT - I do not have a stash of any kind to pull from!

Leila said...

I would love to have some fabric if it's not too late!

I've started a fabric swap -- ongoing -- on my blog, Like Mother, Like Daughter!

Fabric lovers come check it out. You can ask for anything, and you can offer anything, any time...

Adelaide's Mom said...

What a fun giveaway. Just came to your blog via Soulemama and you are now in my bookmarks.

Momma in Utah
Cheers

Cindy said...

I'm just beginning to put together a stash. How exciting it would be to add some of your beautiful scraps!

Sian said...

I'd love to win these! Thank you :-)

alexandra said...

just found your blog through Amanda's blog - so happy I did!! I love your projects - you've inspired me to make produce bags - it always bothers me when I have to use the plastic ones.
thanks so much,
A.