February Scrap Box Give Away



Still working on sale fabric for the march Expos (yes, we will be at the one in Duluth and in Tampa) and I have 2 boxes both over 6 pounds (that is approx 15 yards of fabric) of great fabric scraps I would like to give away. The scraps in the box range from 4 - 16 inches x WOF and would be perfect for all scrappy projects.


Here is how to make it sew:

Put you name and how you hope to use up all this great fabric in the comment area (this will get you one entry).

OR

Create a link to our shop on your blog or website (this will get you 5 entries), then post a link in the comments, so I can check out your site.

I will use the random number generator to pick a winner on Valentine's Day.

International shoppers - I would love for you to enter. If you are the winner you will receive a smaller flat rate envelope full of super scraps ( approx 6-7 yards).

Copy and paste the html below to create a quick link to our site. Remember to post the location of your link in the comments so I can visit your site and you will be entered 5 times to win the big box o' scraps.


22 comments:

stacysews said...

My daughter (11) has been doing some weekend sewing and is always looking through my scrap pile - she's been busy making clutch purses for herself and gifts for friends.

I've added this contest to my site (check Linky Thursday entry for 2/5)

Sue Cahill said...

Oh, I would love to win!! I make two Project Linus quilts a month and your fabric would make lots of quilts to make lots of kids happy!

Thanks for the chance to win.
Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Jeannie Smith said...

I love fabric!! I make baby quilts, (If you get pregnant you are almost guaranteed a quilt) purses, jackets and anything else I see that I would like to try. I am retired and I think God looked down one day and said "The lady needs something good to do" so I went to WalMart and bought a Singer sewing machine 8 years ago and have not stopped sewing since. I have a sewing partner who loves it as much as I do. I would love to win that fabric!!

Dot said...

I'd make stuffed animals with it (of course, I'd need to get through my project backload first! -- I'll be making appliquing a onesie tomorrow with a cute felted elephant--about time, huh?

Anyway - I tweeted your contest and linked it on facebook, don't know if that counts :)

Nevermind, my husband would shoot me if I won.

Nancy

Deidre said...

I'm learning to sew, and I'd love to have a great ready-made fabric stash like this to work from for projects! Oh the possibilities!!

Spool {} said...

I'm in Tampa so I need to follow you now :)

You're giveaway has been blogged!

http://100spoolsofthread.blogspot.com/2009/02/bloggy-giveaways-on-grapevine.html

Paula said...

I would use it to make doll clothes and quilts for my kids

Jamie said...

Oh, this would be great for a project I'm thinking of. My mom just entered a rehab center after having a stroke. I want to make pillows and wallhangings for the folks there - they could use some touches of 'home' in their rooms! Jamie V in MT
amzanioli@yahoo.com
http://rem-nants.blogspot.com

Jamie said...

I have also linked this to my blog. Check it here
http://rem-nants.blogspot.com Thanks! Jamie V in MT

Wren said...

I make patchwork toys. I was just looking at my closet and thinking that after the holidays, I really need a new infusion of fabric choices.

Love your blog!

Anja said...

Hello from Slovenia!
Great giveaway! I love fabric scraps! So many possibilities, so many projects. I would make a bag for sure, appliques for kids clothes, patchwork kids clothes, soft toys for sure... I love doing different things. Every piece of fabric gives me a different idea and I just follow it. Oh this is going to be so great! Thank you for a chance to win.

Best wishes,

Anja

P.S. I have also linked this to my blog.

Urška said...

wow, after starting making soft toys and patchworks, that would be a great great present for me - nice!!
i've linked that on my blog too :))

Amy said...

I have been wanting to piece together a scrappy skirt for my daughter for a while...this might be just the inspiration I would need!

annemarie said...

I would love this fabric - would use it to make a scrappy quilt and/or pincushions! a.haun@sbcglobal.net

Libby said...

I would use those gorgeous fabrics to make lots of gorgeous and scrappy quilts :)

Linda Barron said...

My cousin had a baby girl Dec 30, I would love to use the fabric to make a scrappy quilt for her! thanks! Linda

Kara said...

I've been wanting to make some fun toddler belts for my kiddos and a patchwork skirt for my daughter. This would be great for both projects!
millkara [at] gmail.com

Clever Togs said...

Hi,

I would love the fabric to help develop my new range of designs!

Please find your link here;

http://www.clevertogs.com/epages/es112165.sf/en_GB/%3Ca%20href=%22http://www.someartfabric.com/?ObjectPath=/Shops/es112165_shop/Categories/Links

I will also put a link on my blog, when I add my links.....
(I hope I am not too late to enter!;)

Kind regards
Robin Li Laing
http://www.clevertogs.com
Lovingly handcrafted in Scotland x

Christy said...

I am a fabric addict and love scraps for quilting, notebook covers, art folios and I donate lots fo scraps to my son's school for their art projects. Nothing like designer soup can covered pencil holders in great fabrics and the teacher loves the variety.

I added your link on my blog:
http://clemzclozet.blogspot.com/

Kristen said...

I am about to make scrappy quilts for a set of twin girls. This box would be the perfect set of scraps to work from!

My blog is kristenunraveled.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I would use for projects with Girl Scouts and youth group - many girls who like crafts but have moms who don't sew.

LH said...

Oh the ideas - my head is spinning. The question should be what wouldn't I make. Tons of scraps usually take so long to generate to even have enough to make something like a quilt so this generous giveaway is worth its weight in gold!

galaxie_bleu[at]yahoo[dot]com

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