Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Fugly fabric party giveaway!

UPDATE - This giveaway is now closed.
 
The WINNERS
Wendy - Pack A, Gina - Pack B, Sallie - Pack C

Lucy at Charm About You is hosting a fugly fabric party. 
Fugly Fabric Party

Here's the deal.  We all have fabric that we don't want anymore.  I personally have inherited some pretty fugly fabrics over the years from friends who didn't want it to go to waste.  The problem is,  I'll NEVER use it, but the fabric hoarder in me can't throw it out because it is perfectly good fabric. 

So, I'm giving away two packs of fabric (one per winner) to anyone who comments below. Tell me what you think you can do with this fabric, and which fabric pack you want.  The people whose answers I like the best will win! I will pay postage anywhere in the USA.


PACK A
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This pack of fabric contain 1/2 yard to whole yard cuts of the orange flower and blue fabrics.  The pooh fabric is at least two yards.  


PACK B
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Pack B contains a variety of 1/4 yard cuts, some small scraps, and about 1 yard of the grey fabric (the grey is a slightly heavier weight cotton)

PACK C
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These are not exactly fugly, but they have been living in a large dark tote box for years and long to see the light of a sewing machine! 4FQs and 1yrd


This giveaway closes on Valentines day morning (Berlin time) and the winner will be announced shortly after that.  So, someone please take this fabric Good Luck to Everyone.

23 comments:

  1. I'm not 100% sure but I definitely could use them somewhere, even if it was for a mission quilt!

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  2. I would LOVE to get in on the chance to win pack number one!!! Not sure exactly *what* I'd do with the orange-- but I really love it! I'm so into bright prints lately--- maybe because I'm so looking forward to Springtime!! :-) The blues could either be worked in with other blues that I have for a pretty little baby quilt-- OR-- they do appear to match the Winnie the Pooh print-- and they would make ADORABLE ruffles, pockets, collar, etc.. in conjunction with the Winnie fabic for an adorable little outfit for my granddaughter! Coincidentally, her Mommy and Daddy chose Winnie the Pooh for her shower theme. :-) Thank you for the giveaway and chance to win! :-)

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  3. oh there are quite a few bits in pack b I like, I like autumn colours and leaves, thanks for the chance to win and I'll gladly pay the postage here to france:)

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  4. I like b my grandson is six and he likes city themes on fabric. He wants a big guy quilt on his bed, so b seems to fit right for him. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. forget the kids - I'd use the winnie the pooh fabrics and the blues to make a lap quilt for me ! I love winnie the pooh :) and that orange fabric is gorgeous - again - I'd incorporate it into a quilt with some of my orange in my stash - thanks for the chance to win - btw - I'd be happy to pay postage :)

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    1. I forgot to say I'm interested in pack A !

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  6. I love Pack A! I'm a big fan of Winnie the Pooh (perfect for baby quilt backings), and I can always use some good blue fabric for my quilt projects. Not sure what to make with the orange fabric, but it's fun and bright.

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  7. I love pack A! I would use the orange flower print in my king size yoyo quilt I am making. I would use the Pooh fabric to make a diaper hanger and sheet set for my niece who is expecting in April as her nursery will be in blues/whites

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  8. I like pack B. I could use it with future Block Lotto blocks. I LOVE those city buildings. But I'm also a green lover and have lots of greens that I would use with making more string blocks. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  9. I actually like both of them, but I think I could use Pack B more. I would use them to make up charity quilts for my local senior center.

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  10. I like the first pack with the light blue checks. I can see both of those light blues as linings for small pouch/purses. Or as a background for some kind of applique work- I just made a tea cozy with a strip-piecing teapot on it.

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  11. Oh, the first pack! My nephew and his wife have a new baby and they have decorated with that pooh theme. I've been pulling together fabrics to make a baby quilt for him, and the pooh plus some of those blues and whites would be PERFECT!! Thanks :)

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  12. Except for the yellow/orange floral in Pack A what's not to like? The circle is nice...which goes well with the check...which goes well with Pooh! I see a baby quilt! I like the paint brushes in Pack B; I'll let you keep the rest. WINK

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  13. Oh pack A would be great for a baby quilt...I need to make a baby boy quilt! =) Thank you for a chance to win!

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  14. I see backing for a comfort quilt. I am always looking for fabrics to piece together so my charity quilts can get quilted and gone.

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  15. I like pack A best. I would make the orange flowered into a skirt for my 3yr old daughter and the white with balls on it would be great summer pj shorts for my son!

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  16. I like Pack B and would use them in a prayer quilt that I make for my church ministry! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  17. I like pack A. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  18. Oh love pack B but a is also great so put me in to win. I would make me a quilt (some would go to a quilt of 2 1/2 inch squares in diffident color groups.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
    Stop by for my quilt givaway to guess my babys b-day and weight.

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  19. I love pack A and would use it for our church quilt ministry to make a quilt for an orphan in a foreign country or for our local pregnancy center. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. I would love to win pack c. I am making a Double Wedding Ring quilt and I am using as many different colors of green and burgandy as I can. But I had to stop working on it because I ran out of fabrics.These would be perfect. Thank you for the chance to win this. Joyce-ccarter13@windstream.net

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    1. Joyce, I see that you are a no-reply blogger and the email you gave me doesn't seem to work. This kinda hinders my ability to contact you if you win.

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  21. Thank you! I'm very excited to have won pack B! The fabric will make into a lovely prayer quilt for someone! Thanks for your generosity!

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