Monday, December 1, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway: Low Tide by Jane Dixon


Hello Fabricworms! Happy December everyone! Now you are free to wear cheesy sweaters and listen to Christmas music to your heart's content. I know this week's collection doesn't look too Christmas-y, but here in central coast California, the days are a bit foggy and this collection perfectly portrays a misty California morning. We will be giving away a free fat quarter bundle of Low Tide by Jane Dixon. Enter to win!


Pebbles, shells, seagulls, and sanddollars. This collection is a a cool mix of colors and prints that make up a fabulous bundle. 

Also, don't forget that today is Cyber Monday. Take advantage of the savings and stock up for all those projects you've been meaning to start or perhaps buy a bundle or two for your friends and family.




Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway.





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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catherine Redford said...

I'd make a summer wall hanging!

Julie said...

Lovely bundle! Perfect for a quilt!

Linda B said...

I would make a quilt.....

sandyandcosmo said...

I would make a lap quilt.

Sheena Mawson said...

I have bought so many patterns the last couple days...there are a couple beautiful patchwork dresses that I would love to make for my daughter with it!

Mary Mac said...

Beautiful pillows

Kristen said...

I'd make something for my mother in law.

Jeannie Gan said...

A quilt for my sister who is moving in to her new home.
jchiagan at yahoo dot com

Carrie P. said...

I would make a table runner for my daughter

Jolene Thiessen said...

I'd like to make some beach bags or a beach blanket.

Amy said...

I think I'd make a tablerunner for my Brother and sister inlaw's Anniversary since they got married along the ocean!

Gretchen said...

I would make a lap quilt. thanks for the chance at this wonderful fabric bundle.

Angela said...

Make a quilt for my little boy that loves the beach so much! And leftovers for a beachbag.

Junia said...

What I always do... I would QUILT ALL THE THINGS! \o/

Goddess in Progress said...

A quilt for my mom's new house by the sea!

Amanda Smith said...

I'd make a quilt or a tote bag

Salmen Sisters said...

I would make a quilt :)

Cathy V. said...

Absolutely love this combo of fabric.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I would use them in a quilt

Dana Burgess said...

This year is going to be all about table toppers for me. So a summer table topper would be my choice.

cjmont said...

i would make a beautiful low volume quilt.

Kelly Wilson said...

A quilt or a series of small zippered bags for travel. Thanks! notwendy gmail

Linda said...

HI,make a beautiful bed quilt!
Thank You Fabric Worm!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

jellybean said...

spring tote purse a couple of zippered pouches

PiaEjby said...

Perfect for a quilt to a family living by the sea.

Diane Beavers said...

Wall hanging for my entry way and a skinny runner for the table just inside. Some pieced pillows w/the scraps too!

Marie-M. P said...

I'm in need of wall decorations right now, so some textile wall art!

SarahZ said...

Love love love Jane Dixon, and this collection is no exception! I would probably make a lap quilt...but some kind of bag might be nice too :)

Kat said...

I see a lap quilt resting on a white rocking chair when not in use!

Karen Roberts said...

Just found a great pattern that would look lovely with this fabric

JANET said...

Incorporate them into a quilt, of course!

lindamid said...

I would make a wallhanging for my daughters home in Florida. Thanks for the chance to win.

Bunny Wilson said...

There would definitely be a new quilt in the making with these lovelies!

Vikie said...

Oh so lovely, the little bird are so beautiful and I see it on a dress ^^
thank you for the giveaway

shemie said...

I would make pillows for my sister

sherryberrybim said...

I would make a picnic blanket.

Fritzi said...

I would make a pillow. Lovely fabric!

Jeanmarie said...

This is a lovely collection! Thanks for the giveaway

Ylva Lindberg said...

I would make a purse.

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Carol said...

Wonderful for quilt

Bluefigquilts said...

Mini or wall hanging.. or zipper pouches..

Debbie said...

I think it would make a fun beach blanket!

Christine S said...

This would make a great quilt!

bulldogwrinkle said...

So nice, I would make baby shoes for my friends.

AmyL said...

I just noticed the announcement said the giveaway said it ends on 11/30 but the post went up today, 12/1. I take entries are good for a week, right?

Michelle said...

thank you for the opportunity to win this gorgeous fabric! I have just started to teach myself to sew and I love making bags. I this fabric would look amazing as bags. :)

tranthegirl said...

I make little gifts here and there like bags and blankets and baby skirts.

Beth said...

I would make a quilt

c. said...

Looks like pillowcases to me.

Janie said...

I would make a throw sized quilt for my front porch. Lovely fabric.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I would make a fun quilt. Love the soft colors!

jamicam said...

Gorgeous colors! I'd make a few cute bags for gift giving. Love!

Carol said...

I'd love to make a throw quilt with this.

Donna said...

This would make a gorgeous quilt!

Kathy E. said...

I would make a lovely table runner. With extra fabric, I'd make matching coasters.

Michele T said...

This pretty fabric would make a lovely quilt!!

pasqueflower said...

I would make a beautiful lap quilt -- or a whole bunch of pretty zipper pouches -- can't decide.

Andrea York said...

These are really lovely fabrics with a theme that I adore! I'd make a quilt for sure with these fabrics!

clareflet said...

Would love to win

Diana Z said...

I would love to use this fabric to make zipper pouches or pillows.

PK Sews said...

Beautiful fabric! I would use this in a quilt.

Terri van Gulik said...

Another quilt of course

scardoza said...

Beautiful color and pattern combinations. I would love to make some accessories such as handbags and belts. Perhaps some home decor type things too!

Peggy said...

I would use these to make quilts or tote bags for World of Charity Stitching.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

katiedidit said...

Love those colors. A quilt would be in the works.

katiedidit said...

Love those colors. I can see a new quilt in the works.

Debbie K said...

Very nice fabric! It may work well for a quilt for my bed!

Vicki H said...

Pillows or totes.

Rose Sabey said...

I see a bag in this bundles future
!! (rosesabey@yahoo.com)

Candias said...

I have been working all day on pillowcases, these would make a beautiful edging on a few as gifts!!

The Mayo Family said...

I would make pillowcases! SO pretty!
Thank you for sharing!
Blessings~
Lori-Marie

msity s said...

Oh the seagulls! They'd make an excellent edging to a pillow with the other colors in the center.

Dave Richardson said...

I'd make a wall quilt.

Linda Fickling said...

NICE....

Laura G said...

Perfect quilt for the birding friends!

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Marisa Ramirez said...

I'd make a "dolly and me" dress for my daughter!

Diane said...

I would make reusable gift bags.

Erla Gauti said...

Would love to win this bundle.

Walter said...

Colors make me want to come up with a really cool wallhanging. pjrcontest (at) msn (dot) com

GranChris said...

Great colors for a quilt.

John Perry said...

Wow - I live beside the sea and these fabrics are perfect for a summer garden/picnic quilt for my home. Gorgeous fabrics - love the seagulls.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Aukje said...

Lovely fabric. I would make a lunch bag or maybe a nice dress (patchwork style).

scrapwerk said...

Gorgeous! I would make a boyish baby quilt with it - I´m thinking snow balls maybe?

AMM said...

I love the cool colour palette. I see this as a throw for my loungeroon.

carol said...

what lovely colors so many ideas

B. J. Woodlee said...

I would make a quilt from these beautiful fabrics. b.j.day68@gmail.com

Anja said...

Great collection. Thanks for the giveaway.

Lee said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I would make cushions for my sons apartment!

robyn caverly said...

I would help my 10 year old daughter sew some dolls clothes for her sisters for Christmas.

Nancy Hilderbrand said...

love the greens in the fabric

Margaret said...

I would love to have a throw for my couch made out of this.

Gill said...

A quilt for my daughter!

Mama Pea said...

I would probably make a small bag. I seem to be making a lot of those these days.

Sonja Mclane said...

I absolutely love the color scheme!!!! I will definately make a quilt if I win!!! sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

Emilie said...

I would make some Christmas presents.

Skirt Fixation said...

I'm currently stuck on the idea of using a fat quarter pack to make another Patchwork Twirl Skirt! These would be perfect!

Christine said...

A baby quilt for a friend

Grandma G said...

I'd make some Get Carded wallets!

Joyce Carter said...

thanks for the giveaway. I would make a quilt.

nicolesender said...

I'd make some totes!

sewsilly said...

I would make a table runner to bring in those pretty colors to my home!

Lisa said...

A quilt for my favorite daughter

Wayne, Naomi, Sydney, Elijah and Kezia said...

I'd make a lap quilt for my mom, those are so her colors...although I definitely love the seagulls and would try and use it somehow in my steampunk bathroom. :)

BPP said...

I would make a quilt to go with the "Sally Seahorse" stories my husband's family has made up since they were little. None have been written down, but our kids love to continue making up more stories to share with their grandparents.

Susan said...

I would make bags. What pretty colors and designs.

Dawn said...

I would make some throw pillows for my couch.
dawnm1993 at gmail dot com

Sarah said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter who loves these colors. sarah@forrussia.org

LittleBook said...

I would make a quilt for a family member here in Washington state. That fabric is perfect for us here!

Royce said...

A BEAUTIFUL TOTE.......

PegP said...

A quilt for sure! so pretty!

Lisa Marie said...

I would incorporate these fabrics into my favorite things to make -- scrap quilts!

Sarah said...

Oh my gosh, that is some beautiful fabric. I would definitely use it for a summer quilt.

Mara said...

I would make some pillows.

DebraKay Neiman said...

I will make table runners and coasters. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Jane said...

Either a quilt, or baby items. Thanks!

aus_chick said...

I'd make baby items!

Wendy said...

I think they would make an adorable apron.

lfhpueblo said...

A quilt would be my choice.
lfhpueblo (at) msn (dot) com
Lauralee Hensley

Kris Cook said...

I'd make a throw quilt or pillows.

Kay Young said...

I CAN'T DECIDE..

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I would make a curtain for my small window in teh bathroom and some trimmed guest towels and I would love a decorative shower curtain with a patchwork feel to it!!!!

The Journey Is The Destination said...

I'm just getting into using modern quilts and patterns - I'd use a simple coin pattern that let the fabric shine.

Holli Valentin said...

I would do a turning 10 quilt!

Kali said...

This would be great to make a quilt with. Or maybe a tote, or a zippered pouch or an apron. So many fun things!

Rachel said...

I would make an anniversary quilt for my parents. They visit the beach every year for it and this fabric would be perfect.

Sonja Loyd said...

i would make some gifts for the family,

Sarah S said...

I would use these to make mixed-print summer rompers for my beach-loving children.

Granny's Attic said...

Definitely a quilt. lisajcowell(at)cs(dot)com in Ohio

Lovedeals said...

Love it. So many things I can do with it.

Sasha said...

Love! New throw pillows for the couch.

Nancy said...

I'd make tote bags!

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