Fabricworm Giveaway! Ansonia by Denyse Schmidt

Another week starts, and therefore so does another Fabricworm Giveaway!  This week we're giving away this lovely bundle of Ansonia by Denyse Schmidt!

Mushroom Bundle in Fat Quarters from Ansonia collection by Denyse Schmidt.
Ansonia is a celebration of contrasts. The grand, old-world glamour of a graceful waltz meets the wild bohemian charm of the tango. Ansonia evokes a mix of art and industry, historic elegance and trend-setting unconventionality. Operatic hot pinks mix with earthy taupes and deep chocolate brown (Mushroom), and psychedelic-acid citron greens whirl with lush, bold blues (Mossy). The effect is pure drama – the exuberance of fresh discovery juxtaposed with the nostalgic beauty of a bygone era. Let Ansonia inspire your trailblazing creativity with 28 versatile and sophisticated quilting-weight cottons. 




And check out the Ansonia Collection here.

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This giveaway ends on Sunday 3/23 @ 11:59pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.

Comments

Brenna said…
Make a quilt! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
Jessica said…
Make a fabric scrap tutu!
Laura Kelly said…
I'd make a quilt for my daughters' room!
Cathy H said…
I would make a quilt for my niece! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
Renee said…
A quilt most likely, maybe a wall hanging!
Kate Merriman said…
I would love to make a lap quilt out of these for an awesome friend.
Kate Merriman said…
I would love to make a lap quilt out of these for an awesome friend.
Aimee said…
I'd make a quilt
Jess said…
I would make a super cute quilt for my newborn baby!
BJM said…
Perhaps make a quilt for my new grandniece.
Unknown said…
I really want to make baby quilt for my daughter! She doesn't have another:D
Julie Carol said…
I'd make a pretty quilt for my in-laws
Unknown said…
I'd finally make a quilt for my living room sofa.
Unknown said…
I would make a 60 degree triangle quilt. It's been on my list forever and a DS bundle would be beautiful.

THANKS for the awesome giveaway..
Unknown said…
Great fabric for a little girls quilt!
Lynette said…
I'd gift it to my mother- in- law so she could make a quilt with it =)
debby said…
Probably a quilt
Anonymous said…
HELLO, I'd make my granddaughter a new bed quilt! Thanks!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com
Unknown said…
These would make beautiful wallets or coin purses to carry around.
Crystal said…
Beautiful collection! These would be pretty for coin purses or handbags.
Gidget said…
These would make a great half-square triangle quilt with all the contrast!
Anonymous said…
They'd probably end up in many projects as blenders- I don't usually use one line all together...
madfabriholic at gmail dot com
I would add it to a quilt for my daughter.
Lisa said…
I would use them for bee blocks!
Teacosy said…
Einfach spitze!
Gruß Sylvia
Michelle said…
I would make little bags and totes with these fat quarters. Love the colors.
sarahem said…
I'd make aprons--fat quarters are the perfect size for waist aprons!
Love the colors! They'd make a great, modern quilt!
Gill said…
A quilt for my daughter!
Michele T said…
Beautiful fabric!!! I would make a quilt. Thanks!
free indeed said…
An easter table topper?
Jen said…
Yay! I like making stuff!
Ann said…
hmmm I think I have a few quilt patterns that would look great with this fabric!
barbara woods said…
i would pet it pet it for a while and then i would put it in a quilt,
thanks fir the chance
Calah said…
make matching quilts for my son and daughter!
HannahL said…
I would make a quilt for a family member!
Margaret said…
I would make a paper pieced star quilt. Love these colors
Unknown said…
They would be added to the collection for Midnight at the Oasis by Jen Kingwell which is my next quilt impossible!
Kristine said…
Beautiful fabric. I would make a quilt with it. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.
sandyandcosmo said…
I would make a lap quilt.

Unknown said…
I'd make a quilt
Christine said…
With the pinks, some clothes for my little girl, and with the greens, some potholders and accent towels for the kitchen.
Cynthia H said…
I'd use the fat quarters in a new quilt! Of course!
Tiffany said…
This would make a GORGEOUS baby quilt!
Ellen Duran said…
I would do something for my little girls- they need some cute playclothes for this summer!
GeniP said…
I would either make a lap quilt or some cute outfits for my granddaughter!!
lesleyana said…
i am still trying to teach myself how to sew/quilt so i would probably have to start out with a pillow or quilted placemat to work myself up
Shannon said…
I'd work on my sewing machine cover!
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Anonymous said…
some pillows for my bedroom and a cute purse
Melissa Miller said…
I could probably use these colors in a quilt for my daughter
Jane said…
A quilt of course!
Beth said…
Make a quilt!
Unknown said…
Boring, I know, but it would be used for a QUILT! :) I need to get as many quilts made as possible so I can make one for each family member by the end of next year. (I almost said "this year", but putting it in writing is such a commitment!!) haha
Fabulous colors a quilt.
A.H. said…
I would make a quilt for my daughter's toddler bed.
Bilge said…
I would use these very beautiful fabrics for nice summer dresses end skirts. Also some gifts like cell phone/ipad bags for my friends.
Susan said…
A quilt from this would go to the TOP of my 'to-do' list!
June Robertson said…
Purple and green are my favourite colours so I'd have no problem making a quilt, or a wall hanging, or cushions....spoiled for choice!
Kate said…
Add a few solids and make a lap quilt for the hammock! Spring is coming
That gorgeous bundle is just crying out to be made into a quilt!
PiaEjby said…
First I would wash and iron them, nurse them really good, and then cut them in pieces for a quilt for me, myself!
Unknown said…
Baby quilt!! Love those colors
Unknown said…
Make a beautiful quilt!
Framma said…
I would love to make a quilt with this fabric! Beautiful!
jamicam said…
Absolutely love this collection! Think I would make a wall hanging. Or a big tote bag.
Emilyplays said…
I'd be quilting them!!
Asanders7 said…
I think I would have to make a quilt or maybe a dress for the grandbaby.
Anonymous said…
I would make a quilt or a bag.
A wonderful wall hanging so I can stare at it and drool like a freak every time I look at the wall and admire my creation with such YUMMMM-MEEEE fabrics. My favourite line ever, for sure I think!!
Patti said…
They would definitely find their way into a quilt! Thanks!
Vikie said…
You don't say if it's world open ?
scottylover said…
I just finished a top with the Shelburne Falls fabric line and love it! I would use these to make a companion quilt to go with it.

Sandy A
Rina Mason said…
Use it in a quilt of course.
cynthia said…
I will continue making my Dear Jane blocks which are all done in Denyse Schmidt fabrics!
Kaylee said…
I'd use it in a fun patchwork project of some sort.
Sharon E said…
The fabric colors match my granddaughter's bedroom - so a quilt for her! thanks for a chance.
I would use it in a patchwork piece...love the Colorado...
Unknown said…
I would make a quilt for my daughter.
*Justine* said…
make a lovely little quilt!
Ingrid said…
make a quilt, of course, for a great grandchild (future)
Ingrid said…
make a quilt of course!
Betsy said…
I would make some fabricbaskets
sharon g said…
I would make a cute apron.
Unknown said…
Such pretty fabric. Would love to make a patchwork summer dress for my girls. Thanks for the giveaway!
MarshaLaw said…
Totebags and aprons
Unknown said…
I would love to make a quilted bag with this cute fabric
Judith said…
I'd make a quilt for the pink lover in the family (and I can just hear her squeal with delight when she opens the package). Thanks for the chance to win.
Grandma G said…
I've been making little wallets lately, and fat quarters are just the right size!
Carrie P. said…
I would make a quilt for sure. I just love those colors.
almstreet said…
I would make a quilt of course!Lyc
janpwhite said…
I would make all kinds of fun things for my granddaughter!
Vicki H said…
I would like to make some zippy pouches for gifts.
Kim Reid said…
I would love to make a quilt, thanks!

kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com
Unknown said…
Love this new line!! Thanks for the giveaway!
SuzyMcQ said…
I'd make a quilt, too! My daughter would love the boho look of this color way and I think it's just beautiful!
Kathy said…
Make all kinds of things! LOL
Ali said…
I think it'd make a good start for the pattern Camelot by Trish Harper, thank you so much!
JulieD said…
I would use for a quilt for a wedding present.
Mary Mac said…
These would make beautiful pillows.
Donna said…
I'd make pillow covers.
dresses for my granddaughters ♥♥
Unknown said…
I would make some ag doll clothes
matope said…
they would make great pinafore pieces for my little girl!
Jenny said…
I think I'd make some table runners, actually! Needing to add some colour around here!
Tamie said…
I have quite a collection of Denyse Schmidt's line. I feel a quilt coming on.
GranChris said…
Beautiful fabric. I would definitely make a quilt.
Pamela said…
These would be gorgeous in a quilt. I'd use a modern pattern with a white background. Thanks!
Kathy Boice said…
I would make a quilt for my great niece. Definitely her style! midwayfarms@hughes.net
Barbe said…
of course a quilt of some type, i've been hoarding some of her previous fabrics and would love to add these to them, i want to make a big triangle quilt.
Anonymous said…
Pretty, pretty, pretty in pink! I like to see the fabric/color first, but I can see pillows, bed scarf, table runner/topper, quilt, etc. So many possibilities! Love these!
Anonymous said…
I'd make something adorable for my little one.
MrsC said…
I would make a quilt out of it.
Melissa said…
I would try to make my first quilt!
gracenextdoor said…
I'd make a lovely quilt for my mom! Thanks for the beautiful giveaway!
Unknown said…
I would probably make bibs, skirt, shorts, and a pillow.
Wendy said…
If I won this, I would make the most amazing quilt EVER!

caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com
Bethany said…
I would make a lovely lap quit!
Heartsdesire said…
Loving this collection. Would make a star quilt for my bedroom.
Anonymous said…
We can have some fun with this one!
Kathy Davis said…
I would make purses for a local charity fundraiser. I have already made four!
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net
I would love that fabric. I would be making quilts or an apron. So pretty!
Hayley said…
I would make some of the blocks from Vintage Quilt Revival and put them together as a sampler quilt
Rita McCart said…
These would make some really sweet tops for my granddaughters. Thank you for the chance to win.
Laurie Brown said…
Some of them would go into a 1960s themed crazy/embellished quilt wall hanging I've been wanting to make for years!
JustPam said…
I would make a new purse for myself.
Mrs Quinn said…
I would make a cargo duffle.
Anonymous said…
Pillowcases and a lap throw, probably, although with a few of these I'd be tempted to decoupage them onto an accent table or tray!
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MrsC said…
Beautiful fabric I would make a quilt.
Jo said…
I think I would make a runner for my bed
pippirose said…
I'd make a wall hanging for my grand-daughter's room, with pockets for storing books, or small toys.
Unknown said…
I'd make a couple of summer romped for my little girl!
Sherry VF said…
I'm a quilter, so, I would definitely make a quilt with those lovelies. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com
Erica said…
Just noticed this new line today and I love it! I would make a big bed-size quilt from these fabrics. Gorgeous!
I would add it to my stash until I found a quilt to put it in.
mintberrycrunch said…
This bundle looks perfect for my first quilt.
Anonymous said…
I will make a quilt for a niece.
I've been thinking about a quilt for a friends 40th and these are just her colours
Alexandra P. said…
I would make a quilt or a patchwork tote. Thanks for the chance!
Monet said…
I would love to make a quilt for my sister-in-law.
lsaver28 said…
I would make a baby quilt for sure, love it
Unknown said…
Beautiful Fabric! My daughter would make a very cute outfit with this fabric! Thank you!
Diann said…
I'd make some sort of bag or purse for the summer.
Nicole said…
Maybe I'd make some baby quilts for my niece and nephew
Unknown said…
I would make my daughter a twirly skirt! Thank you!
Unknown said…
Phillips Penny~ Great giveaway! I would give this prize to my niece who is teaching herself to make little children's clothes! Thank you!
Dita Bybee said…
I'd make a pillow case!
amanda m said…
What great colors! I think I'd make a quilt and a few doll outfits :)
Anonymous said…
I'd make some zipper pouches or pincushions.
Delightful said…
Bloomer style short for girls and funky back packs, too.
Debbie said…
A quilt of course.
I would love to add this yummy fabric to my postage stamp quilt! Thanks!
ajandbethany09@gmail.com
elizabethdee said…
Quilt, quilt, quilt!
Nicole said…
I would make a bedroom set for my little one!
I love these colors. I'll prob make a bag for myself! Selfish, I know!
Unknown said…
Great colors and designs I think I need to make some large blocks with them
Karrie said…
I'd use it in a quilt!
Haha! I'd drool too! But I'd also make a quilt!
Carin said…
Gorgeous fabrics....can't quite decide what to make, perhaps The Giant Dahlia which has been on my to-do-list for quite some time....
Carin in Uppsala Sweden
Wendy said…
A quilt! I would need both colourways, then I could make a his n hers quilt with one side blue/green and the other side pink!
Not everybody is on facebook! How about leave a blog comment or how do you follow? Instead of facebook as the opener. Looks like a nice giveaway.
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Anonymous said…
This would make a great patchwork dress for my daughter.
Mel_Lind said…
Loving the new Ansonia collection! I'd make a quilt, of course!
Allison C said…
I would make a quilt
Unknown said…
I am loving some English paper piecing projects right now so I can see this fabric going into my next work
Flicsha said…
Hi, I would make something for my DD Jennie she loves pink. We are both quilters and sew together all the time. She would be so happy to have a gift I made for her as a surprise.
Jeanne Gwin said…
Some Dresden plate blocks, yum
Unknown said…
Beautiful! Look great in a nine-patch quilt.
Carmen N said…
I'd make something for my all-about-pink daughter!
Unknown said…
Probably make a quilt, although some totes would be great too!!
Anonymous said…
I would love to make a Feathers quilt with his and hers halves for the master bedroom in my new house. What a great giveaway!
JR said…
I would make a fun maternity bag!
Katja said…
Little girl clothes!
Unknown said…
I am planning a quilt for my granddaughter in purples and pinks. This would be perfect for that. Thanks.
nicolesender said…
I am sewing 4 scrappy quilts and some baby bibs and these fabrics would fit in with these projects. Love the colors!
Unknown said…
These would be way cool for using to teach my daughter to sew
Unknown said…
I would make kids skirts
SewOverwhelmed said…
Such a bright happy collection perfect for a baby quilt for my new niece!
Sarah_L_N said…
I would make a baby quilt :)
Unknown said…
I would make baby clothes to my son and to other babies I know, who wouldn't love this fabric?