Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway: Kate by Camelot Fabrics


Hello Fabricworms! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the states and the staff at Fabricworm would like to pause for a moment to thank our customers for being awesome! We have truly been inspired by your creativity and artistry. For this week, we thought we'd give away a large complete collection to show our appreciation. We will be giving away a free fat quarter bundle of the entire collection of Kate by Camelot Fabrics. Enter to win!























There's so much that can be done with this collection! The patterns are simple and colorful and would make for a fantastic quilt! If you need some help with a little inspiration, be sure to check out some free patterns from Camelot Fabrics:



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This giveaway ends on Sunday 11/30 @ 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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Debbie said...

Some cute tote bags. Thanks

Rosa said...

Sure,I`ll make a quilt with these beauties!

Unknown said...

I will (notice the positive expression!) Make a beautiful quilt!

MelissaDallas said...

Would make a really pretty quilt

Paula Z in AZ said...

This grouping is beautiful, so many modern-style possibilities. These fabrics are gorgeous!

Peggy said...

I'd make a quilt for World of Charity Stitching.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Unknown said...

I WOULD MAKE A RAG QUILT. I THINK IT WOULD COME OUT AWESOME. tHANK YOU FOR THE CHANCE!FTSHARONA4@YAHOO.COM

Unknown said...

Oh I would do so much with this much fabric if I won it. I would probable start with a quilt.

SonjaLoyd said...

i would like to make some pillows for my den! Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

Royce said...

I would make totes and clutches or a baby quilt

WYO Di said...

perfect for a mystery quilt I'll be doing!

Unknown said...

Quilts, quilts, quilts. I would make quilts!

Kath said...

Gosh...what would I do? I'd find a really cool pattern for a quilt (liked both that were shown, too)!

Linda V said...

I would have to make a quilt!

Hong Ty Muoi said...

Awesome collection! Thanks for the giveaway! email hongtymuoi81@gmail.com.

Patti said...

I would love to make a throw for my family room.

linynp said...

Oh a quilt! The fabric collection is awesome!

Joy Meetis said...

I would make a quilt for my daughters "big girl" bed!

Juli-Anne said...

I would love to make a lap quilt

Tina Wright said...

I love the colors! I have three baby quilts to make, so these gorgeous fabrics would be perfect.

Unknown said...

I'd make a tote bag for my daughter with this fabric.

Lauren said...

The herringbone quilt is fantastic - I might try my hand at it!

Kelly Wilson said...

Pillows! Thanks! notwendy gmail

Debbie said...

Thanks Fabric Worm for yet another great giveaway. I would make a quilt with the beautiful bundle. I've also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for sewers & quilters @ wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie@wowilikethat.com)

Unknown said...

I would make a queen size quilt

lilcissy said...

would love to use these! So many projects in mind.

Anita said...

I would sew these into a quilt. Thank you!

Unknown said...

I love quilting. These would be my next two quilts. The Aqua color prints are wonderful!

Dawn said...

I would make a handbag.
dawnm1993 at gmail dot com

KathleenD said...

Nicely textured fabrics!

Unknown said...

I would love to have that fabric I have so many ideas to use it for

amy said...

I've had my eye on the Herringbone pattern from Camelot Fabric for awhile now-these fabrics would be perfect for it.

OhioLori said...

Would definitely make a quilt for Son's new Home!! :)

Sarah said...

I would make a quilt for myself. sarah@forrussia.org

lfhpueblo said...

Quilt, definitely a quilt.
Lauralee Hensley
lfhpueblo (at) msn (dot) com

annmacp said...

I'd make some bags and wallets.

Unknown said...

A cute lap quilt or wall hanging!

Unknown said...

Love love love these prints! I would make some baby quilts. nwraimon@twcny.rr.com

Mara said...

I would pet them and then make them into a quilt.

quilt455 said...

I would make a quilt for my quilting buddy. She always gives away everything she makes.

Carol said...

I think some of them would go into a couple bags!

Sherry VF said...

I think these fabrics would make great pillows or mabe a few bags. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

RustiI said...

Maybe a little kid's outfit :)

Michelle said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win this pack of gorgeous fabric!

Kelsey said...
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Kelsey said...

I’d use the fabric to make burp cloths. Thanks so much for offering the giveaway!

Wendy ArtsyChaos said...

I would make pillows. :)

Jlynnciena said...

I'd make a quilt, trying a new partner as always :D

Claire H said...

Beautiful fabrics! I see a quilt ....

Unknown said...

Great giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving!

pippirose said...

I would make some pillows for the living room.

Rachel said...

I would make my first quilt! :)

Karen S. said...

pretty !

Karen S. said...

Pretty !

eehrlich said...

working on a quilt for me teenage son and these would be perfect!

Diane Beavers said...

Make aprons for 3 ladies.
Mini quilt to hang in my sewing space using a herringbone pattern. THank you so much for your generosity.

lindawwww said...

I would make a table cloth for my dining room table - the colours are perfect.

sugar_lin2 at hotmail dot com

Alex said...

definitely a cute little lap quilt

Unknown said...

What an awesome stash builder or low-volume basics to for quilting.

myfabricconnection said...

Nice Patterns Charlotte Fabric

Unknown said...

I'd stop by the FabricWorm (aka Birch) folks in Paso, and see what ideas they had for the fabric. I'd probably make a few nine-patch gifts for friends with this lovely fabric!

Emily said...

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