Fabric De-Stash Giveaway

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Hello, my fabric-loving friends!

Today’s post is like a warm hug to your creative spirit – it’s all about fabric, and, better yet, I’m giving some away! Yep, you heard that right. It’s giveaway time, and I’m sew excited! 😍

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A Craft Room Tale

It’s that time of the year again! The time when I roll up my sleeves for the annual craft room declutter – and believe me, it’s no small feat!

Fat quarters and other cuts of fabric all over the place, my work area is overrun with little scraps of fabric that seem to have multiplied like bunnies. And so many random items scattered around – papers, sweaters and sweatshirts, pins and threads everywhere, plus piles of stuff that somehow make their way into every nook and cranny of my craft room!

But after a month of dedicating 10-15 minutes a day to tidying up (and possibly growing too fond of using my new label maker) plus the help of some nifty Ikea boxes and clear acrylic bins from Amazon, my space is almost looking like those Pinterest boards we all drool over.

My next task is the hall closet – not looking forward to that one. I may recruit help.

the organized side of my sewing room
The clean side of my sewing room – I still have a pile of fabric and scraps to go through, and I am planning to rearrange the placement of my sewing machines.
my work partners
My sewing partners… Wherever I go, they go too!
my laptop work area
I have an actual desk, but since I added this recliner, it’s where I do almost all my computer work, lol. Why sit at an uncomfortable desk when you can work from a recliner!

My recent organizational finds

Some of my favorite organizational items I am using in my craft room.

  • Clear Acrylic Bins: Perfect for storing my fat quarters by color.
  • Ikea Boxes: All scraps smaller than a fat quarter are sorted by color. These boxes fit perfectly in my bookshelves.
  • Pegboard: I have 2 of these, side by side.
  • Label Maker: My new best friend that’s making my OCD heart happy.
  • Comic book boards: Perfect for storing your fabric on bookshelves and in cabinets. These boards keep your fabrics in uniformly sized bundles and are roughly the same size as the more substantial shorty fabric organizer boards.
  • Shorty Fabric Organizer Boards: Shorty Fabric Organizer Boards: These boards are more substantial in weight and have built-in tabs to hold the fabric in place.
  • Spinning Organizer: For organizing all of my scissors, pens, small rulers, etc… on my cutting table.
  • The bookshelves are the Billy bookshelves from Ikea. I started 2 bookshelves about 14 years ago and have added a few more over the years. I added the cabinet doors a year or two ago and it completely changed the look. Made them look so clean and organized.

The Giveaway Stash

While organizing my fabric collection, I have identified many cuts of fabric I’ll likely never use – many of these fabrics are perfect for small children. My little missy is now seventeen and wouldn’t touch what she considers ‘little kid prints’ with a ten-foot pole.

But enough of the chit-chat; here are the fabrics up for grabs today. They are mostly a collection of cotton lycra knits. The striped fabrics are all very high quality and would be perfect for leggings.

  • Reindeer Print: 1 magical yard perfect for a simple long-sleeved raglan top or a pair of festive pajamas.
  • Dark Gray Novelty Print: About 2 adventure-filled yards.
  • Pink Camo Print: 1 yard for those secret garden escapades.
  • Green Striped Print: 1 yard that would be perfect for boys or girls.
  • Red and White Striped Print: A nifty 3/4 yard for candy cane dreams.
  • Rainbow Print: 1 yard of pure joy and color splash.
  • Purple, Red, and Green Stripe: About a fat half-yard. You could get a small pair of leggings or bicycle shorts out of this amount.
  • Polka dot Corduroy: Roughly 1.5 yards of stylish fun – it’s the same fabric, just a different print that I used in this cute skirt.

Altogether, it’s about nine yards of fabric looking for a new home where it’ll be turned into new adorable outfits for the little ones.

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How to Enter the Giveaway

It’s super easy to toss your name into the virtual hat:

  1. Scroll down till you spot the Rafflecopter form.
  2. Follow the simple steps to enter.
  3. Cross your fingers and toes (hey, it might help!). 🤞

Who’s this for, you ask? If you’ve got a soft spot for sewing children’s clothing or if your sewing machine lights up at the sight of charming cotton lycra knits – this giveaway is for you!

Reflecting and Relishing

As I sit amidst my better (but not quite perfect) craft room, I can’t help but feel a twinge of nostalgia. Each fabric scrap tells a story; a memory stitched with love, a burst of inspiration, or a project that brought a smile to someone’s day. And I hope to pass these fabrics on to someone who will create something amazing.

Many of these fabrics were used in various projects (or dreams of projects never completed.) These are just a few created with the fabrics from today’s de-stash – we both loved colorful stripes.

fabric giveaway outfits

Now, as I prepare to send these cherished prints off to new horizons, I’m reminded that the cycle of creativity never ends; it just finds new homes, new hands to cherish it, and new adventures to unfold.

Enter the fabric giveaway

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  1. Paula Smith says:

    I am a bit frustrated that the email about this stash giveaway was just sent to me today and the thing is already over. What is the point of that?

    1. Jamie Sanders says:

      I emailed you about the giveaway on March 2nd and march 5th. I cannot control whether you open the emails I send you or not.
      I mentioned it in today’s email because many people like to go back and see who won.

  2. Rose Pullen says:

    Love seeing how organized you are. Moving to a new house soon would love get organized as you lol. I will have a spare bedroom for my quilting adventure.

    1. Jamie Sanders says:

      Generally the organization only lasts about a month, But i’m really going to put effort into it this time around,lol! I am trying to develop the habit of putting things away after using them.

  3. I love the organization of your room! I love the way you did the fabric, but not sure I have that in me, LOL! It looks awesome.