Fabric Give Aways!

At times we sell kits. Whenever I make up a batch of kits I save all the extra fabric until several months after the last kit is sold – just in case someone has a terrible rotary cutting accident and needs just a smidge more. Well, all the kits are gone and it’s time to move the extra fabric along to a new home. That home could be yours!

Each day for the next six days I will list a batch of fabric. Simply leave a comment on this blog and you will be earn a chance to win that days batch of fabric. You are free to comment on each day but you can only win one batch of fabric. Gotta spread the wealth around! All the batches vary as to how much fabric is there and the pieces are of various sizes. Some are small and some are large but they will all be FREE. The batches will all be coordinated with the exception of todays batch.

Purple Moose Give Away – Day 1

Today we will actually have 4 winners. There is the blue on the left, the brown with large floral, the rust with smaller flowers on the right and the swatches in the center. I received a set of swatches the other day from Benartex from their current lines (Hero Dogs, Man Cave, Cabana II, Who’s On First, Frost, Ellie Ann, Catalina, Lilified and The Big Apple). There are dogs, power tools, baseball bats, watches, sailboats, sky scrapers and a few all-overs and florals. There are 10 swatches total and they are about 8″X10″.

So, would you like some of this FREE FABRIC??? Leave a comment and let me know which color you would prefer if you are chosen as the winner. I can’t guarantee that you’ll get your first choice but it never hurts to ask!

Don’t forget to come back for the next 5 days to leave another comment for the other fabrics. We will choose winners on March 1, 2013 at noon (EST).

Good Luck!

31 thoughts on “Fabric Give Aways!”

  1. Fabric? Just getting into sewing and realizing what cool stuff you can make!! I live the black material with the the green leaves. Do I see a pillow or two?? What a great idea!!! Thanks Terri! See you soon!! Meg

  2. What a nice thing to do! Are you going to have any kits in the future?
    I hear another big storm is heading your way. Stay safe and warm.

  3. I am going to be honest with you. Anything free is gotta be wonderful. My stash is really low; I am really poor and I am so cold. I would love the chance to win – any fabric – to make a nice warm 4-patch quilt. Thank you for giving all of us a chance to win free fabric.

    Sandi Timmons

  4. How kind of you to share with others, that is what life is all about. Appreciate your kindness and service you do on a daily basis.
    For the LOVE of quilting.

  5. Terri, this is too fun you will have FOUR winners for the first batch. Now that is spreading the wealth! Anything you\’d like to send my way I\’d enjoy using it my scrappy projects. Thank you for the chance to enter. Allison allon0711@yahoo.com

  6. Phyllis Bannister

    I love to work with a wide array of fabric colors in my quilts, so I would love to win the swatches in the center. I also like to have the piece evolve as I try out a variety of scales, tones, and arrangements. I think of this as creating a puzzle without seeing the printed side first!

  7. Elizabeth Augustine

    Last year it was drought conditions in southern Illinois. Last night, freezing rain, ice and snow. You warm my heart with your \”Sharing the Wealth\” of your abundance.

    Fall colors remind me of Thanksgiving, warmth, family and home. They are my favorite palette. If chosen, the rust fabric would make a great addition to a scrappy pieced cornucopia quilt. Thanks for the opportunity. ELA

  8. What a wonderful opportunity to try something different, perhaps something I would not pick normally. I leave it up to you which one would come my way. Thank you.

  9. Can\’t we all use more fabric. What I can\’t use is always shared with LLQG for making quilts for David\’s House.

  10. I am doing a lot of scrap quilts recently trying to clear stash. These colors are colors I love and would love to incorporate into some upcoming scrappy quilts. I would be happy with any of them.

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