Monday, March 10, 2014

Dots Dots Dots! Enter to win a sampler bundle from Momo!

Guess what time it is? It's time for another Fabricworm Giveaway!  This week we're giving away a fat quarter bundle of Momo's Linen Mochi Dot Sampler!




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This giveaway ends on Monday 3/17 @ 9am PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.


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Unknown said...

Could use this for my first attempt at a quilt!

Framma said...

Love polka dots! Would be fantastic to win!!

Sharon E said...

Those sure would look good in a quilt I'm making for my granddaughter. Thanks for a chance.

A.H. said...

I'd consider using these to make doll clothes or a rainbow skirt for my toddler.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

These would go into my stash to be used within many different quilts. You know- stash builders!!

SarahZ said...

These are so pretty...maybe a Roman Stripe , which has been on a back burner of my to do wish list for some time... :)

Unknown said...

I would love to make a cute table runner with these!

GeniP said...

I'd have to make my granddaughter a ruffle skirt or either incorporate them into my grandsons quilt.

geza said...

Bright and useful for so, so many things!

Unknown said...

I love the tiny dots that would be great in little zipper bags, but a baby quilt would also be adorable!!

greeneyed girl said...

Make a cool new bag.

girliefrank said...

I love polka dots! Fat quarters are great for pockets and such in relatively otherwise bland garments!

Unknown said...

I absolutely love these!!!!

Tara said...

a pillow

webby said...

I would use some of the fat quarters in my BOM projects for 2014 and then save the leftover scraps for a bright and cheery scrap quilt!

Kathy said...

Love, love, love your fabric and all the possibilities!

Regina said...

I have been wanting to make "Disco" with Jaybird Quilts sidekick ruler - this would be a great color selection for that!

Unknown said...

Use for stuffed Owls, hood linings, patches for big bum pants and so much more :)

dlpavlock said...

Love,love ,love for little zipper bags!

maria said...

My friend Lorrie tells me that my fabric stash is embarrassingly small. I would love to add this for quilts and appliqués!

Cynthia H said...

Oh. My. Word. Simply wonderful! First into the stash and then figuring out which projects in the works they could be worked into!

Unknown said...

I love dots!

Vanilda said...

Love dots!!!

sharon g said...

LOVE the dots!!! I'd like to make a quilt.

Nicole said...

I would love to turn these into a colours book for my 1 year old

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Totes and pouches!

dawnberries said...

It's all so beautiful! I want to use it all over my kids' room!

BarefootThunder said...

this would make an awesome dress for my granddaughter. ♥ thanks for the chance.

Linda said...

I would use them in a baby quilt for one of my grandbabies.

Pamela said...

I'd add some solids and stripes and make a quilt. Thanks for the hance to win!

Rachael said...

I'm making an i-spy quilt, and these would be the perfect accent!

NancyL said...

I LOVE dots!! They are great for all quilts, but I'd use them to make a quilt for my soon to be born granddaughter!!

Susan said...

I'd use them to make a Dresden quilt for a baby. Those dots are so fun

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Patchwork them into a bag. Hmmm, maybe a top for myself. That would be fun to wear.

Mystica said...

I'd like to make a tote for a little girl.

Okie Okasan said...

These are wonderful, beautiful fabrics. I would make bias binding out of them and bind little natural linen zakka crafts.

highwaycottage said...

I'm stashing fabric for a quilt pattern called Polka Dot bikini, these would be a great addition.

Judy Ann said...

Dots make great blenders and binding. The possibilities are endless.

sue bennett said...

I need thesis for my appliqué. I love dots.

suebennett1975@gmail.com

JennX said...

I'm dotty for dots- such a good basic in a quilt!

Sandi said...

I would either do a rainbow skirt for my DD or make some zipper pouches for gifts.

Amber Pierre said...

quilts, quilts, more QUILTS!

Anonymous said...

I would make something for my daughter. She is four and loves polka dots only she calls them "polka pots". I also have a new baby on the way and could make them something that matches.

jade2night@gmail.com said...

I would make a quilt for my grandkids to use while watching TV.

Allison said...

I would sit and gaze upon them for days, and then I would use them in quilts.

Liz said...

I'm thinking about a bright, cheerful tote and wallet.

Katie said...

Love polka dots! They would be so cute as lining for the kids' bags I make for my Etsy shop.

Candias said...

These would be used for several projects...dots are a necessity and so hard to find!!

Anonymous said...

I would use them for children's applique. Cute!

Mary said...

Love it!

Kitty said...

I would definitely use them in a quilt or many! I'm all about color gradient these days, and I LOVE all the shades of gray thrown in!

Anonymous said...

I am soo in love with dots!

lilcissy said...

Would love this for spring!

debbie said...

Love polka dots!dI'd make something for my daughter...most likely doll clothes.

Kay Profitt said...

I love polka
dots.

Jo said...

I would use them in QAYG bag making

Rita McCart said...

I would defiantly hoard it, because I love plka dots and have to find the perfect pattern for it.

MalinisQuilts said...

I would make a rainbow quilt

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would use the dots as background for different quilt blocks I'm making.

Shannon said...

Make reuseable snack bags!

roballen said...

Sweet stash builders!

roballen said...

Sweet stash builders!

Unknown said...

I love polka-dots. a fun quilt, a cute bag, apron. so many projects

Unknown said...

ooh, i love love LOVE rainbow stuff. i want to decorate the kids room with pillows, bunting, reading nook...

Carmen said...

I've been wanting to make a dot bag. Whatever's left over will be a wallet or cosmetic bag-- or maybe a cover for my iPad! LOVE dots!

Melissa Miller said...

I'd mix and match with other fabrics I have.

gracehepburn said...

i love dots!! I could make baby shower gifts with these!

Karen said...

I'm always looking for bright colors to put in baby quilts so these would be perfect.

Anonymous said...

I would have to make something really cute for my grandkids. Or some little wallets, so many ideas are coming to mine. Thanks for having this great giveaway! :)

Unknown said...

Ooooo, I'd love to make a rainbow superhero cape for my daughter!

Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

Wow, what a wonderful array of colors.

Kelly said...

Linen and dots - perfect combo with endless possibilities!

Unknown said...

It would make adorable stuffed animals!!

Emily said...

Make some stuff for my girls... clothes, cloth diapers, pacifier clips, doll clothes... :)

Mary W Quilts said...

I love the dots and the colors. Definitely make something with a rainbow!

Kathy Davis said...

I would make some appliqued t-shirts and skirts for my granddaughter, Nellie.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Grandma G said...

They'd be great for the wallets I'm making!

Jill said...

Love these, I am planning a rainbow quilt right now, and I need some of these to incorporate in the design!

alaskanmom said...

Would love to use them in a quilt!

GranChris said...

I would make the Butterfy Blooms Quilt with the Dots. I love Dots and these look so Yummy. Hope I win.

Anonymous said...

I love using fat quarter bundles as the basis of my quilting projects.

Unknown said...

I would love to receive these so I can use them in my patchwork or include some dots in my bags or use them in some vintage aprons. Of course there are many other ideas floating around in my head. Thanks so much for the chance to win them, you are so very kind.

Cher With Weeds said...

love it! Want it!! Appreciate the fun offer! :D

Cher With Weeds said...

Love it! Thanks for the chance to win it

Unknown said...

I would make a fancy apron

Nancy in Minnesota said...

Polka dots are fun!

Nancy in Minnesota said...

Polka dots are fun!

Judith said...

These polka dots would look great incorporated into the "Polka Dot Bikini" quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

joni said...

I would try my first time at modern quilting! The fabric is so well suited for a modern quilt

Tellulah said...

I'd add colorful ruffles to the bottom of my daughter's skirts.

Anonymous said...

Oooh, those are some pretty colors! Pillows come to mind, table topper/runner, baby blanket . . . would work for lots of things! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

matope said...

I'd love to make something for my little ones!!!

Lucia Bortz said...

I'd make 3 little rainbow sun suits for my 3 little grand baby girls!

Unknown said...

I love fat quarters!! Apollo many choices of what to use them for! :D

Unknown said...

I love fat quarters!! Apollo many choices of what to use them for! :D

karen608 said...

Really sweet dot fabric, thank you for the chance.

Anonymous said...

I would love to make them into some skirts for my girls - or a quilt!

Anonymous said...

I would use them for my next quilt. I am just learning to quilt and have one under my belt and am excited to start another. Thank you for this giveaway.

jmt1joy said...

I would make several baby quilts out of it and a tote out of amy scraps. I love them.

jmt1joy said...

I would make several baby quilts. Out of any scrapes I would make a tote or two. Their beautiful.

Lindsay said...

I am not sure what I would make. Microdot solids are so versatile! I see them making their way into many of my summer projects.

Anonymous said...

My Grand Daughter would look so cute in these fabrics!!!! :) <3

Mem said...

So many colours, so many things to do with them! Have my first grandchild due in April so something bright for him/her! Use the leftovers to make bags, wallets, a cot quilt, soft toys - ah! the list goes on.

Donna said...

A cute rainbow skirt.

Unknown said...

How fun, would make a baby blanket for sure.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

kathyp said...

Such cute fabric in such cute colors! I would definitely make something for my granddaughter Kait.

Kim said...

Fun! Dots are ALWAYS a necessity! ;-)

Anonymous said...

These would make an adorable banner for my vintage trailer!

Marion S. said...

Great, I would like to sew a table runner or pillows

heidalula said...

Make a rainbow quilt for my baby

Kathy Boice said...

First I would play Dot to Dot, I would then pet the fabric for awhile so I could decide exactly what quilt I would put each dot in. What fun dots are!! midwayfarms@hughes.net

Sue H said...

Planning a I-Spy Economy block quilt, these would be a perfect addition!

Unknown said...

love dots and brights toys for our grandson would be on my list.

Unknown said...

I'd make make up bags or small purses.

Niterl said...

I would make funny little rainbow easter bags for my kids... love it!!

hexbex said...

Love dots!

SameeraFaizal said...

i would like to make something for my doughter.

Just Sew Sue said...

I've just seen this tutorial for dotty pouches which are so cute and I need these dotty fabrics to make some. http://www.maychappell.com/2014/02/28/dotty-pouches-tutorial/

Unknown said...

I would make some new dresses for my two little daughters.

ellenxny said...

swoon! <3

nela said...

what cute dot's they look wonderful

Unknown said...

I Will make something like a toy for my little baby!

onlyincambodia said...

With all those delightful polka dots, I'd make some fun zippered totes for family and friend gifts.

sakahet said...

I will sew a quilt for newborn of my friend

jules p said...

Love a bit of spotty, so fresh looking

DeborahGun said...

I would make cushion covers for my sister who loves dots!

Unknown said...

I would put it with a quilt I am making for the boys n girls home in Oklahoma. These kids have no parents. They are just dropped off at this home.I really need fabric to make these quilts.

Barbara O. said...

I'd use the linen fabric for a series of pillows. Thanks for the chance!

Annie said...

I'd make some wonderful dresses for my Blythe dolls

texheks said...

I would make a rainbow pillow and a bag and a purse...

Day said...

so lovely fabric :)It would be great for making something cutes like purse, bag, headband...etc...etc.. ouuhh!! I loved dots...

Unknown said...

wow you have alot fabric people?I too,also luv dots,so please enter me in your giveaway?Thanks so much

SewSuzie said...

I would use as trimming on skirts.

Unknown said...

Ooooh I love the dots :). My sweet Isabella (almost 3) is asking me every now and then when mommy makes a new dancing skirt.... So these dots would be perfect!

Unknown said...

Love them! I would make a bag.

gtcoursey said...

I've been saving up polka dots for a quilt I am wanting to do. This would help me complete that set. Thanks

Diann said...

I'd make a wall hanging.

Unknown said...

I would make a bag!

memmens said...

I'd stash these and use them in a variety of projects particularly the Lots of Dots quilt that is on my list for this year!

Debbie said...

I think I would make skirts for my granddaughters. Love that fabric!

Unknown said...

polka dots, stripes & plaids.....these are a few of my favorite things :)

Jolien said...

Summer pillows! Summer bags. As long as it's summery! ;)

tammyl said...

A dress!

Unknown said...

Dots in rainbow colors? So much fun! I'm make a set of embellish towels to brighten up the guest bathroom.

AlidaP said...

Probably I would use them to make a tote bag. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Kim said...

Great to compliment a t-shirt quilt!

Unknown said...

I love these dots.. Would make a pretty dress for my niece she loves dots

Peaches1003 said...

I am planning on making a polka for swoon quilt

Juicewoman said...

Love these fabrics. I see a new totebag or baby quilt.

Unknown said...

A bag...!!

SIMPLESEW said...

I have a new granddaughter due in June, must make nursery items..

Emily said...

I'd use them to make a fun rainbow patchwork pillow! And maybe a blanket, too.

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

They would make a great rainbow quilt

Barbara Konkle said...

Oh I love these! Great for a quilt project or a pieced backing!

harleequilts said...

Love the polka-dot fabrics! I can see them in quilts or purses or placemats or...

by Laura McFall said...

What would I do with them? Make a quilt, of course! Lots of possibilities for these cuties!

Lori said...

this would make a lovely spring table runner

Paula Z in AZ said...

I love polka-dots! They brighten up any pattern. I've got some special butterfly fabrics and these polka dots would be perfect in combination. Thanks for the chance to win.

Norma's Bag Boutique said...

I would use the fabric to make wallets.

AdRiX said...

I would make teddy bears

Jeanne Gwin said...

Easy answer, fun curtains for my basement bedroom

sassi50 said...

Dots and more dots! I use so many of these fabrics, love all the great colors.

Briawna said...

my daughter has been begging for a rainbow quilt to hang on her wall after seeing all my mini quilts on my sewing room wall. these would be perfect for that! Thanks

Lisa said...

I would add it to my stash and it would help so much!!!

Mairi said...

Lovely colours might just enjoy looking at the bundle pondering the possibilities for a while

EllenQ said...

One of my closest friends just announced she is pregnant but is keeping the baby's sex a secret. This would make a great unisex baby quilt!

23 Things said...

Soo many uses! I love dots for bindings and borders - wouldn't these be sweet on some spring placemats!? Love!

floribunda said...

I put a few dots in almost everything I make!

Unknown said...

I already have a pink with white polka dots, I would love to add this to my collection! I have a secret obsession with polka dot fabrics!

Gill said...

A picnic quilt!

Unknown said...

I would let my 4 year old granddaughter pick out her favorite pieces and we would use them to make doll clothes!

Mary Mac said...

Would make such fun pillow for the sunroom

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Just drool on them I think :) Yum!

✄ Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy ✄ said...

I think I'd use them to make my kids a new on-the-go change pad!

Liz Clark said...

Such cute fabric!

Catherine said...

I think a picnic quilt would be fun.

Bethany said...

Whatever would I do? Wee baby shoes for my breeding friends.

ElPetitTaller said...

I'd love to win this bundle! thanks for he chance

ElPetitTaller said...

I'd love to win this bundle! thanks for he chance

CarolAnn said...

Great giveaway! Thanks

Margaret said...

I am making a quilt with all dots right now and need more colors. This would be fantastic.

Unknown said...

i think of some girly purses and wallets,babies toy,broches,ribbons,etc...there so many things that could be done with these fabrics

Unknown said...

Love the dots! Lots of ideas.

Mara said...

They would make great pouches.

VickiT said...

I would make a quilt using those fabrics. Not sure, but it looks great for a windmill quilt. And even a little dress for my 2 yr old Granddaughter for summer.

VickiT said...

I would make a quilt using those fabrics. Not sure, but it looks great for a windmill quilt. And even a little dress for my 2 yr old Granddaughter for summer.

debby said...

Not sure what I would make but the fabric is wonderful.

Unknown said...

I would love to give this to my quilting mom as a birthday present. She lives for her quilts

everything is coming up roses said...

I'd make a quilt!

Judith said...

Dots are a great addition to any quilt project. Maybe a spring table runner?

Anonymous said...

Hello,first I'd make a small wall hanging of little flower blocks of each of these colors for me! Then I'd use the remaining fabric for additions to several charity quilts!Thank you for a lovely giveaway!

Ancobaltt16@yahoo.com

Manuela said...

This wonderfull fabric would make such a fun and cute quilt for my baby girl.

Unknown said...

Just what is needed to make lots of lovely binding for baby quilts! And as a neutrtal for an I Spy quilt for my grandson.
Thanks for the opportunity!
Lotte
lottelinden@hotmail.com

Roxanne said...

Quilt or diaper covers. I can't make up my mind!

Julie said...

I'm going to use it for the accent color when I get this pattern!

Mom2RyandSis said...

I think they would make a fun quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win!

sue said...

Cool colors... love the variety!

Unknown said...

Make a bag :)

leebaby said...

What would I use that awesome fabric for? Quilting, what else? I can just see a really cute bright quilt made with all those dots.

Kim said...

Can never have enough polka dots. I'd love to use some in a quilt I'm making for my daughter.

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