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Summer Fabric Destash Giveaway #1

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It’s that time again… Time for a Fabric Giveaway!

Yes, I am cleaning out my fabric stash!  Instead of selling or letting my my unused fabric sit around, I sometimes like to host a giveaway.  

We moved recently and I want to fit all my fabric into 3 bookcases so it will look organized and pretty. (I’ve got a little ways to go, lol.)

First up is this collection of burgundy, pink and tan quilting cottons.  I intended this for a quilt and never made one with the fabric.  Maybe someone else will!


To enter, you must have a shipping address in the continental US and be over 18.

Good luck!

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  1. Nancy Lambert says:

    Beautiful, I could make my friends baby dresses, make baby quilts.

  2. Thanks Jamie for the contest and I am so excited to receive my prize! I know my granddaughters will all want to have a quilt from these fabrics!

    I was so surprised to win! I have entered so many give-aways over the years and now I can finally say I won!

    God bless you and stay as sweet as you are.

  3. Did you have a winner? I didn’t see any – thanks

  4. connie robinson says:

    I would love to make all of my wee granddaughters(4) a new summer dress out of these pretty fabrics!

  5. The color summer dreams are made of….I would so love to win this and just look at it until a creation comes to me. You can’t rush fabric …lol

  6. Nice fabrics, but i live in belgium, so i can not share wih the contesting ☹

  7. thank-you for adding the free enter. not many places do that. I hope it brings me luck. I need one more UFO.

    1. I meant to add that in the first place, I just got carried away creating the other entry methods, I forgot to add it until someone mentioned it.

      1. I see the contest is over. Who won? I’ve not been receiving my weekly news letters. Thanks for sharing all of your wonderful patterns.. I love trying them and love the peasant dress pattern also.
        Thanks again for sharing. Xx

  8. Ouma Kheswa says:

    I am in South Africa and have been following you for a while.Can i enter the competition or is it only for US residents?

    1. You must have a US mailing address. So, if you have a friend or family member in the US I can ship to that works. I’m just not going to ship internationally, sorry.

  9. Love the beautiful fabrics. Thanks for a chance to win. I would make a bag and maybe pillows or some type of wall art.

  10. DR. LAURA L. PEIPER says:

    I help with 2 sewing ministires. THese fabrics would be awesome addition to our Pillowcase dresse for Africa or pillowcases for foster children made by young girls in the church. Thank you for offering!

  11. I was wanting to enter your fabric destash giveaway but wasn’t sure where to go to do that, LOL.

    1. There is a button/widget at the bottom of the post that says enter the giveaway. Click it and follow the steps to enter.

  12. Becci Bartz says:

    We make all kinds of quilted items at our church. Including quilts, pillows, prayer shawls – we give them all away or sell to make money for missions that we do.
    These prints would make lovely baby quilts for newborns!

  13. Janet M Hardy says:

    Wow!!! What a beautiful collection. My Granddaughter is such a pink girl. I can see dresses, updates to her bedroom, bicycle bag and the list goes on and on. I might even use some to make a house dress for summer. Thank you for all your patterns and tutorials.

  14. Thank you for all the great patterns you share with your readers. I love the Asymmetrical Top.
    These are all beautiful prints and colors. I would love to have them but I only do email and accidentally clicked on the first Re-pin a pin and it gave me one entry, so you can delete my entry if you want. I don’t do twitter or any other social media sites.

    Also, can the off the shoulder blouse be worn up over the shoulder? Not sure if the sleeves will come up over the shoulder.

    1. Thanks! And that particular off the shoulder top can not be worn on the shoulder. I would describe it as more of a tube top with little flutter sleeves.

  15. Nancy Ratliff says:

    Wow, what a fantastic give away.

  16. this would make a lovely quilt

  17. Mary lynn says:

    We sew quilts for charity and dresses for girls in Haiti. They would this fabric for dresses and make also beautiful quilts.

  18. My neighbor is having her first baby, a girl. This would make a lovely quilt.

  19. Love the colors! I make quilts for an organization that provides beds for kids who sleep on the floor. They also provide the bedding and I’m guessing there is a little girl out there who would be thrilled to have a quilt from those beautiful colors.

  20. Thank you so much for a chance to win these beautiful fabrics. My daughter would love something made from this!

  21. jessie spillane says:

    I sew for a charity, Little Dresses for Africa, that sends dresses to little girls who need them all over the world. I’m always in need of pretty cotton fabrics, and these would make the sweetest little dresses! Thanks so much for this lovely contest!

  22. Marchita L Sutton says:

    I have a granddaughter who would love a quilt with these colors. Thanks for the chance to get FREE fabric!

  23. Would love to see what you ‘intended’ to do with this gorgeous grouping. Thanks for the opportunity to use this for you. Very generous

  24. Judith purdham says:

    I love making bags, and this would be ideal xx

  25. Cathy Cunningham says:

    I could make pillowcase dresses for my granddaughters for summer!

  26. Great designs of my favorite colors!! Would love to make a beautiful quilt with this fabric – thanks for sharing all of your ideas, patterns and recipes – great inspiration always!!

  27. Donna Corley says:

    I love the fabric. It would make my new granddaughter a beautiful blanket.. Thanks so much for sharing your fabric, knowledge and inspiration with everyone. You are an inspiration to us all!
    Good luck to everyone!?

  28. Laura Gafford says:

    The pink theme would be perfect for skirts to add to my Operation Christmas Child boxes!!

  29. Heather Heinnickel says:

    First: thank you so much for sharing your peasant dress pattern! It’s my new favorite and my daughter loves her dress!
    I sew for several little girls who would be delighted with these prints! Good luck, everyone!

  30. Jody Wahl says:

    We make pillowcase dresses with sleeves for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. The Colton prints would be perfect especially since we could mix and match prints.

    1. DR. LAURA L. PEIPER says:

      Where do you get the pattern for Operation Christmas Child dresses with sleeves?

  31. trying to post a sewing project for contest entry, but can you tell me exactly where I should post it? Do I need to join your FB group?

  32. CHARLOTTE HITE says:

    beautiful colors they would complement my walls. Thank you so much for the offer.

  33. Tina Ennis says:

    Those are beautiful fabrics! In my favorite color even

    1. Carla Martinez says:

      My daughter would love these colors. She quilts all the time!

  34. Linda Kriskey says:

    I love to quilt and sew, I have a niece who loves pink, this would be a perfect quilt for her.

  35. Frances Ward says:

    Thanks for the fun.

    1. Heather Marrow says:

      Wow…lovely colors. I see bags and pouches and more- ohmy?

    2. Denise Menendez says:

      Thanks, would be awesome to win!!