Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway: Oh Clementine in Red/Green

 Hello Fabricworms! I hope you all aren't too bogged down with work, school, and life. Hopefully you have a few moments to enjoy the last of summertime. With that in mind, we will be giving away a summer-inpired collection. This week we are giving away a free fat quarter bundle of Oh Clementine in Red/Green by Windham Fabrics. Enter to win!





In her second collection for Windham Fabrics, Allison Harris of Cluck Cluck Sew, has created Oh Clementine, a collection that recalls summer afternoons on a farm... with waving sunflowers, red-cheeked apples and meadow wildflowers. With bright reds punctuating more serene blues, grays and greens, this collection is the perfect mix for your next patchwork quilt.



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This giveaway ends on Sunday 9/15 @ 12 pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.





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sherryberrybim said...

I like this line of fabric.

Bluefigquilts said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter.. she loves the colors in this line..

Laura said...

I'd use them for the adorable slippers and cosmetic bag patterns I bought today!

Linda said...

Ohhh! I LIKE these! This bundle would make the cutest gender-neutral baby blanket, but I love it so much I think I might be selfish and make pillows and maybe cushion covers for my sunroom. I love these fun fabrics.

Enis Blizman said...

Oh, I would love this bundle of fabric. I can think of loads of things to make with it, but the first that comes to mind is adorable baby and toddler girl bonnets. Love the prints, especially the reds!

Bunny Wilson said...

I think I'd make a lovely quilt with the fabrics.

Jackie said...

So cute! Red is my favorite color!

jeannie said...

Make a quilt!

Wendy said...

I would make a sweet, cuddly lap quilt!

Petrena Haines said...

Oh, beautiful! I'd have to add them to my stash so I could look at them for a while before cutting into them. :)

Carol said...

Love her quilt patterns and I love her new fabric colleciton

Joan said...

I'd make a table topper. Thank you!

Reader Owl said...

this bundle is so happy - and I love the stems quilt.

angelina said...

i need curtain s!

Luci V. said...

I love these! great colors!

Sylvia Jameson said...

First I'd hold and feel the weight and durability. Then I would hide it in my stash for a few days until I found the perfect pattern these wonderful fat quarters are screaming to be. I try not to decide on a pattern then get the material. I fall in love with a piece of material and let it give me inspiration to create what would be a fantastic piece of art. Because sewing is a process of taking flat sheets of material and making them beautifully useful. Be creative and sew on.

Michele T said...

Beautiful bundle and if I won I'd make a quilt!!!

Janie said...

I love this fabric collection. I would make a Quillow for myself. Sad but true gorgeous! Thank you.

Joy Meetis said...

I would make a quilt or a table set!

charlotte said...

I would make a bright pinwheel baby quilt.

Laurie Robinson said...

Love this fabric! I would make something for my little girl!

Kris said...

Such adorable prints, they would be so fun to work into a baby quilt.

wordandcraft said...

This fabric is darling! I would definitely make something for my daughter out of this.

jamicam said...

LOVE!!!!

janice said...

Super cute prints and love the colors.

Tracy Chin said...

With fat quarters, my favorite projects are cute little toys for my girgls :)

kimberly said...

i would make teeny tiny baby shirts

Kelly said...

What lovely, happy fabric! I think I'd make a lap quilt for those cold winter evenings.

Marti Taylor said...

I would use Prairie Grass Pattern 'Dahlia' to make a super fun throw for my living room!

WhoMom said...

Love the reds, and I might actually make a lap quilt for myself out of these happy colors.

Cynthia Weeks said...

Would make a cute Christmas runner!

Margaret said...

I love all these colors. I would love to make a bag out of them

Kristy said...

I would use this in my kitchen....new towels, potholders and oven mitts. Thanks so much for the chance!

Daphne Ash said...

This would make a beautiful table runner or a quilt.

Laurie T said...

Very petty fabric .. would love to win.

Kim Reid said...

I would like to make a quilt, thanks!

kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

Keke52284 from YouTube said...

I would make a quilt!

brenda.b said...

oh my Clementine what a beautiful quilt you will make!

Kathi Ernst said...

I have made a red quilt and a green one but never red and green together the wasn't for Christmas

SuzyMcQ said...

I'd work on some early holiday items like potholders, oven mitts and pretty linen towels!

Amy Cullen said...

Gorgeous fabrics! It all says happy tome. Whatever I made with these fabrics would have to be embellished with yo-yos.

Donna said...

This would make a nice lap quilt for Christmas!

Mary Ihla said...

The colors are perfect for my daughter's RV, so I'd make some quilted grill mitts, potholders, and a valance for the door.

Mary Jusinski said...

Love Love Love! And would especially LOVE to win!

Beth said...

Make a quilt!

Vicki H said...

A beautiful quilt for my youngest daughter.

Crickets Corner said...

Use it in a quilt.

Rose Sabey said...

a sweet little dress for my great-niece! This fabric would be perfect!

Kathleen Couch said...

I would make some special things for Operation Christmas Child, for the 10 to 14 age group.

Kathleen Couch said...

I would make some special things for Operation Christmas Child, for the 10 to 14 age group.

furie1 said...

I would make a quilt, bag, plushie, or scarf.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

This fabric would be perfect for a dress for my granddaughter.

Rhonda D. said...

Wonderful giveaway! I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

Emily Reznechek said...

This fabric would be great for a tote!

Karen said...

These fabrics would make a great quilt for my niece.

Grace said...

I love love love this fabric line! One of my new favorites! I think this would make a darling rag quilt or a simple nine patch :)

MaryBeth said...

I'd incorporate these fabrics into a quilt if I won.

Sherry Fram said...

128Make a quilt!!

Pauline Perry said...

I would certainly make a quilt with the fabric if I won.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Patricia George-Lezama said...

I see a bag in the making

Kate said...

oh how lovely !!!! I would make a fabulous kids quilt, and give it to a charity that supports poor children that have surgeries on facial disfigurement - it would be happy and cheerful for them!

Kathy Davis said...

I would make a little skirt and a matching appliqued t-shirt for my granddaughter, Nellie.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Melanie said...

I would make a quilt though I like those kitchen towels

Jennifer Leean said...

I would make a something for my granddaughter.

Kelley said...

Great giveaway, thanks! If I win, I will definitely make a beautiful quilt! I have a few patterns I'm waiting to make, however I LOVE the one in your blog post, too!! Decisions decisions!!

Cecilia said...

I would make a quilt.

Jules said...

I'd definitely make that quilt! Thanks

GranChris said...

I would make a quilt. Now what pattern. Well I like a lot of your patterns so I might just pick one of those.

Ruth Quirk said...

This is just begging to be a quilt!

CJ said...

I'd use those fabrics to make that petals quilt!

Kathy said...

This fabric is so pretty, I would have to make either a quilt, a set of place mats, or cute ruffled dresses for my grandgirls. Thanks so much for this great giveaway! :)

Krista English said...

I'd make a couple of cuddle quilts and/or a skirt or some other garment.

Kathi Rippy said...

wallets, no wait aprons, no... dresses...ugh, i don't know but I LOVE it! thank you so much for the opportunity to win :)

Jean said...

I have a new baby quilt to make....perfect!

Anke said...

I think this would become a lovely quilt.

jungle-gym mom said...

Love these colors! Quilt for sure

Lynne Tilley said...

I would love to make a quilt from this fabric; especially love the reds!

PK Sews said...

I would use these in a quilt. What lovely colors!

lfhpueblo said...

Tiny Quilted Squares sewn Edges for Bedroom Pillowcases.

Amanda Smith said...

I'd make oven mittens, hand towels and placemats with these fat quarters

Carina said...

I would make some pretty pillows for my couch

Kathleen Lambert said...

Most likely make a quilt for my granddaughter. Fabulous colors.

Amy Downey said...

Make a bright happy wall quilt!!! Love the patterns!!!

Lisa Figenschou said...

I love Cluck Cluck Sew! Lovely fabrics that I would use to make a quilt.

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Brittney Green said...

I would love to make a quilt for my mother and ship it to her. We live far apart and cannot see each other as often as we'd like to so I think a handmade quilt would be really sweet. Love the colors of this line!

marvavaz said...

I don´t know what I would do, but I love those colors!!

Liz - Carmichael Quilter said...

Beautiful fabric!

Sophie Menet said...

Love this fabric

e1preininger said...

I want to make a hexagon quilt.

Jim Franz said...

Maybe some kind of cool kaleidescope quilt. Give me the chance!

merryamethyst said...

Pretty fabrics for bags

Cheryl said...

I would make a fat quarter pillow case style dress for a sweet little girl (actually I could make more than one).

sewpunny said...

Would love to either make some pouches, or underwear!

Lenny and Bonnie said...

Cute! Very summery :)

Christine said...

I have a beautiful new great niece and I have been having fun making little dresses for her. This bundle could be really cute mixed up on dresses.

Wynette Vass said...

This bundle is terrific! I can see a nice lap quilt!

valeL said...

i like the fabric! it would make a very nice summer wall hanging!

Lacy Jo Burgess said...

I would use this fat quarter to explore an idea I have for a crazy quilt for babies!

Laura McFall said...

Happy and Fresh - these would make an awesome quilt, but also a great purse and maybe even some kitchen items - placemats, potholders, etc.

barbara woods said...

Put them in a beautiful quilt for one of my grands

nafsika eleftheriou said...

This fabric will make great pillow covers for my reading nest...

Leslie Bower said...

I LOVE the designs and colors of this fabric. They would make a beautiful quilt.

Heartsdesire said...

This gorgeous fabric collection would make a fabulous quilt.

Lee Ann L. said...

Add it to my stash and/or make a quilt!

Rebecca said...

Would love to make some mod owls with these prints!

cjmont said...

mini quilts for Christmas gifts

Gill said...

A picnic quilt!!

Linsey F said...

I would use it to make a quilt for my daughter!

Linda said...

OOOH! I'd make a dreamy new quilt !
Thanks for a most lovely giveaway!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Melissa said...

Quilt time!

Ecochic said...

I would make a lap quilt for me!

Mary Mac said...

This fabric would make beautiful totes.

MamaLovesFabric said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter. Beautiful selection of patterns.

Eunie said...

I'm new to sewing and could use this bundle to get my projects going! :)

Marika Cizmarikova said...

I will do patchwork blanket for my children

Susan Paxton said...

As I am a lover of anything sewing and a newbie at quilting I think I would probably make a cute quilt for my granddaughter.

Karen Thurn said...

I'd use them in a quilt that I'm starting. Thanks. kthurn@bektel.com

Lisa said...

I would use some of them in a Christmas Quilt I'm working on!

Rosa said...

I would make a quilt with these beauties.Thanks for the fun!!

Nanbon44 said...

I am currently in the process of making quilts for my granddaughters and my great grand children and the FQs would be used in one of their quilt

leebaby said...

I just lost a precious grandbaby and his Mom asked me to make him a quilt. I'd use it for his quilt!

Dee said...

I know it isn't a 'fall' theme but would create a nice table topper...cheerful colors!!!

Hollyjm said...

These fabrics would make adorable clothes for little granddaughter.

Gisela Suski said...

Super Super colors, beautiful quilt.

BJM said...

I would make a cover for my Kindle.

pjohns said...

Love the colors of these fabrics. They are so bright and fun!!!

Sewbig said...

I think this fabric would make a nice table runner.

Barb N said...

Awesome fabric collection - cozy quilt in my future!

ibcox said...

Love these colours for shorts for summer

Hattin said...

Make a quilt! :-)

nicolesender said...

I'd sew q quilt for my daughter-in-law! Such awesome colors.

memmens said...

I'd make a pillow or 2 for my nieces birthday

Mattie Saturley said...

I love the colors!!!

Samantha Feldmann said...

The frolic bundle is adorable!

Unknown said...

would make a quilt for my daughter's daycare

Debbie Moxley said...

I would make something cute of course! Love the fabrics!!

Peggy said...

I would make tote bags for World of Charity Stitching.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Rose Sabey said...

Such beautiful fabrics! Lots of ideas, but maybe a quilt

tgl said...

I would make them into some summer tops.

Sasha said...

This fabric would be perfect for those new pot holders I've been meaning to make.

Tawnie Duckett said...

Such cheery colors and cute quilt!

Kathryn Whittington said...

Just found out my daughter is having a baby girl. My first grand baby!!! I will definitely be making a quilt for her with this fabric. The colors are adorable.

Melissa Miller said...

I'm thinking something for my kitchen. How about a new table runner?

Jen O said...

I love the cheerful colors (without being juvenile brights). That apple green is my favorite color!

Shari Brown said...

If I won I would have my friend make me a little something and then I would give the rest to her since she quilts.

leaf said...

What pretty fabrics...and how fun it would be to win them! Thanks for a great website, and for this generous giveaway!

Carmen N said...

I think they would be cute made up into a dress for my little girl

Geni Pickens said...

Think I would have to make my granddaughter a cute little skirt or maybe a tote for myself!! Love this bundle.

Lori said...

I know a great pattern I would use with this to make a pretty lap quilt for me!

Karen Propes said...

I would make a small quilt for my Granddaughter to take to school for naptime. It's beautiful fabric, Thanks for the chance.
ncjeepster@aol.com

Mandy @msbookleaf said...

These would make a sweet quilt for a little girl.

Jean said...

So pretty! I'd make goodies for the grandkids!

Jerrica said...

I would love to make my first quilt. I am excited to have found such a great site for fabric.

Karla Vernon said...

I would make Christmas gifts.

Karla Vernon said...

I would make Christmas gifts.

Kathleen Lambert said...

Thank you so much...Love the fabric line.

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