Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Fabricworm Weekly Giveaway! Denyse Schmidt and Anna Maria Horner!




Hey Fabricworms,

This week we have a beautiful scrap pack containing 8 pieces of Denyse Schmidt and Anna Maria Horner Voile fabrics. I can't wait to see what patchwork comes from these guys! Everyone has a chance to win, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post answering the question below and you will be entered to win. The Giveaway will end at 8:30am PST, Monday, October 10th. We will announce the winner later that same day. (The winner will be chosen by random.org)


This week we wanna know:
What are your favorite project ideas for Voile?

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Happy Sewing!
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Gigi said...

I would love to find out what my favorite would be. I have not used voile in any of my projects. I love the idea of the soft blanket other's have talked about.

memmens said...

I dream of having enough to make the most lovely soft buttery quilt! Alternatively a Sorbetto tank top would be lovely. thanks for the giveaway

memmens said...

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Romy said...

I love little girls' dresses made of voile. So soft and light for the summer.

Romy said...

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Romy said...

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Shanea said...

I have never used voile so I have no idea, would love to find out :)

Anonymous said...

I have never sewed with Viole so I would have to get a feel for it first!

Anonymous said...

I tweeted @Lealee33

Anonymous said...

I share the giveaway on Facebook @ Debra Rodkey Lee

Anonymous said...

I subscribe to your newsletter!

Sarah said...

I love using voile in quilts. it is so soft, and makes a quilt instantly "worn in"

Sarah said...

I signed up on your mailing list!

Sarah said...

I facebooked about the giveaway!

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Anonymous said...

I like Voile for summer dresses and skirts. it is so light and soft!

Anonymous said...

I'm on your mailing list already!

Birlot said...

Actually baby quilts ...... So soft on new skin

Andrea said...

I tend to be drawn to voile but I've never actually used it! Haha beautiful fabrics!

Kate said...

I think I would attempt a patchwork scarf with this, I am not brave enough to do anything too big just yet!
Lovely giveaway, thank you!

Anonymous said...

I saw a scarf tutorial, and I love wearing scarves at any time (in fact got one on right now) with the neatest finge and knotted tassels made from voile and thought I'd try and make my own this year! This fabric would do well as scarves,with some french seam joins perhaps, thank-you:)

Anonymous said...

I tweet this giveaway @ poppyinpinkGrace An

Anonymous said...

I am already on your mailing list, thanks again!!

donna said...

i think curtains would be nice in a voile - or maybe some pillows.

donna said...

i just subscribed to your newsletter!

mouse said...

I would love to win this!
Never used voile before so I couldn't say what my favourite thing to make would be.

Ashlyn said...

Beautiful collection! I love voile for bathroom curtains - so breezy and pretty!

Mom C said...

I have a granddaughter who is so particular about how her clothes feel. Especially around the armholes and neck, she doesn't like anything stiff or poky. Voile is great for her and she likes the patterns. I like the floating, soft feel. Lovely, cuddly quilts.

Mom C said...

I am signed up for your newsletter.

Lydia said...

I signed up for your newsletter. Loving all the fabric choices you have.

Jessie B. said...

For small amounts, scarves or thin scarves to use as headbands. For larger amounts, blouses. Although I just made a pajama-pant-loving friend a pair of voile PJ pants, and she loves them!

rebecca said...

Its good for some pop in quilts

Melissa said...

A breezy long sleeve pullover shirt is what comes to mind with voile...and of course a quilt!

Melissa said...

I am already on your mailing list :)

Sarah said...

I love making dresses for my 2 year old out of voile.

suskyre said...

I love voile for airy summer tops

Anonymous said...

I would love to make myself a Christmas blouse from voile. But I am also dreaming of a heavenly voile quilt for the winter months.

Lea said...

lightweight scarves

snjacobs78 said...

I LOVE Voiles! I've been doing charity sewing for my 4 year old nephew, Carson. He has Lymes disease. I would totally make a quilt to auction off for help with his health care costs.

Jeanne W. said...

THis would make a gorgeous skirt!

Debbie said...

I am about to be a first time grandmother and I have discovered by reading a lot of good blogs like yours that receiving blankets made from voile and flannel are deliciously soft and comfy.....so that's what I am making!

Anie, kale said...

I love summer dresses and blouses in voile.

Mommybug said...

Would love to have skirts made for my girls:)

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Patty said...

The voile would make darling summer dresses for my granddaughters.

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Helene said...

i adore voile! my favourite thing to use it for? after quilting? blouses for myself. tweeted @helenegoldberg and facebooked @helenegoldberg25.

anna k. said...

ackcalsDelicious voiles; perfect for quilts,ever so soft. I would also use it for baby's receiving blankets.
Thanks for this opportunity
Anna K.

Mom said...

I would use voile to make an infinity scarf.

Mom said...

I would make my granddaughter a dress.

Henria O. said...

I think voile is wonderful for garment, especially flowy dresses or skirts!

Henria O. said...

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Cornelia said...

I want to make a scarf because I love wearing them and voile would be so soft. I also bet voiles make super-soft quilts!

Henria O. said...

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maeve said...

I just love soft voile scarves. Feel so good against the neck!

quilary said...

Those colours would make some lovely layered tops for my younger girls.

quilary said...

I tweeted the giveaway http://twitter.com/#!/quilary

quilary said...

I'm on your mailing list. Thanks for the chance :)

Andi said...

Voile makes for the most soft and luscious quilts.

Kirsten said...

I would love to make a scarf maybe some pillowcases.

Kirsten said...

I am on your mailing list.

Unknown said...

After reading somewhere on Anna Maria Horner's blog about how voile can be used in quiltling, I've been dying to try it out.

Lorri said...

I Tthink I would make some cute dresses for my granddaughters.
Thanks for the giveaway

Jeanne Gwin said...

I haven't sewn with voile for years but I sure can see some lovely scarves (I love scarfs by the way) out of this beautiful fabric. I also see one piece that might work for a lining for a purse I have in the works. Hmmm, hope I win. :)

Jeanne Gwin said...

I tweeted the giveaway @jeannegwin

Kim said...

I'd love to try voile in a quilt, I have never worked with it!

JustPam said...

I would probably use this to make some kind of an outfit for a granddaughter

JustPam said...

I subscribe to the newsletter

JustPam said...

I tweeted the giveaway. @nalaxu

JustPam said...

Posted on FB

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Fran said...

I haven't used voile before but would love to make a super soft quilt & maybe a pillow case. These fabrics are gorgeous, thanks for another lovely giveaway.

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I've never tried voile but I think it would be fun to give it a try! Thanks for the chance.

Jeanne Gwin said...

I posted the giveaway on my facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/JeanneGwin

MelissaJane said...

I am really excited about voile infinity scarves. I want to make a couple for myself but I want to do a few for Christmas presents too.

Heather said...

I would use the beautiful voile to make a cathedral window pillow. The sweet fabric would be bright bursts of color in the windows!

SewOverwhelmed said...

My favorite project for voile is a quilt. Soooo soft.

Marg M said...

Would like to make a shirt with voile, but have used it for a quilt and its lovely and soft

Jessica said...

I'm not sure if I'm thinking of the right fabric when I think of voile, but if I am, I've made a very flowy shirt from it. So lovely. Unless I'm thinking of something else.

Xandi said...

I think voile is for cuddling up to, which is of course a quilt!

Xandi said...

I subscribe to your newsletter. Thanks! Beautiful bundle.

Sew Nichole said...

I don't think I've ever used voile, but I think I would use it to make curtains!

Margaret said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I have been slowly collecting some voiles and would love these to add to my collection as they would make a wonderfully soft quilt!

B said...

Haven't used voile much. If I win I'll try a quilt.

Rachel said...

Voile goes well for curtains.

Free Felt Patterns said...

I've never used voile before, but I'd love to give it a try. I've never met a fabric I didn't like!

Victoria Paige @ Boutique Uniquely said...

Voile makes for beautiful dresses.

Victoria Paige @ Boutique Uniquely said...

I tweeted from @boutiqueuniquel

Victoria Paige @ Boutique Uniquely said...

I'm already on the mailing list.

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