Monday, December 29, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway: Prism Elements by Art Gallery Fabrics

Hello Fabricworms! Getting ready to ring in the New Year? Do you have a resolution yet? Well if you don't, may I make a suggestion? TO SEW MORE! All you have to do now is get some nifty fabrics to get started. Enter to win this week's giveaway! We will be giving away a free fat quarter bundle of Prism Elements by Art Gallery Fabrics.



 Prisma is here to mix, match and mismatch with every stash there is! With classic geometric form and colors that become one with surrounding prints, these are the new go-to blenders for harmonious and unique creations.



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Use the Gleam widget below to enter the giveaway.





This giveaway ends on Sunday 1/04 @ 12 pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by randomly through Gleam.





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lindamid said...

love the fabric. thanks for the chance to win

Amanda said...

pajama pants :)

judys said...

Beautiful fabric - I'd love to make a quilt from it.

DebraKay Neiman said...

PJ BOTTOMS would be so cuddly. I love green. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Maria Leotta said...

Good luck everyone! :)

Laura Van Cleve said...

love fabric!!!!

Beth said...

My new year's resolution is to actually win one of these giveaways that I enter all the time! ;)

Jan said...

love the range of colours!

Sonja Loyd said...

Lovely fabric

Melissa Jose said...

LOVE!

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

organic cotton fleece - I have never used it but depending on the color/print maybe a vest or a jacket? if that didn't work it could be a backing on a baby quilt

Mandy @msbookleaf said...

Organic cotton fleece sounds like it would make a yummy blanket, or maybe lining for a cozy winter jacket.

barbara woods said...

pink because all my grands want to have girls

loophouse said...

I would use it for clothes for my daughter and any little scraps left over for doll clothes :)

Cecilia said...

I would use it in my quilts. I love turquoise. Thankbyou for the giveaway. I love Art Galler fabrics.

StinchfieldWoods said...

I would definitely make a baby throw for my new nephew. :)

Debra B. said...

This prisma is lovely, it would make a great quilt!

Kathy E. said...

I would sew up a beautiful baby patchwork quilt, adding some patterned fabrics. My favorite color fleece is any shade of purple.

Sonel Lindeque said...

Stunning fabrics and blog!! $

Melissa Miller said...

Your giveaway widget needs to be updated. It's referring to the organic fleece giveaway.

e said...

I was just admiring this on the Art Gallery Fabrics Instagram! I'd make a triangle pieced quilt with this fabric!

Rose Sabey said...

would use it for a small baby quilt. Pink would be the favorite!

Kelly said...

I would make an oh so soft baby blanket! And my favorite color for anything right now is aqua/turquoise. ;-)

Ashley Gomez said...

What a beautiful bunch of fabric! I'd love to make a few wallets in this! <3

abengel said...

I'd make pj pants.

Bunny Wilson said...

I've a grandson who would love a snuggly blanket and a pair of pj's!

Gill said...

A quilt for snuggling on the sofa!
Blue!

gina sears said...

I have projects in mind this fabric would be perfect for like bags.

Das mach ich nachts said...

oh I love These fabrics! And I would do a quilt!!

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

Gorgeous!

Joyce Carter said...

I have never used it, but it sounds like it would be fabulous to use on the back of a baby quilt. I love he color of green and pink. Thank you for the giveaway.

Rosa said...

These is a delicious rainbow.Thanks for the chance and have a fabulous New Year!

lfhpueblo said...

I'd make little boys pajama bottoms from strips of the fabric. Favorite is the darker blue color.
lfhpueblo (at) msn (dot) com
Lauralee Hensley

Betsy said...

Lovely fabrics. Nice to see a garment made with them

Elaine Randall said...

These would play so nicely with the half yard cuts I received as a Christmas gift! Would love to get my hands on them.

Debby J said...

I REALLY like these geometric shapes! Anything worn close to the skin would be lovely!

georgialove said...

Would use for the back of a baby blanket for my new little niece/nephew to be (due in February)! My fav is usually teal blue.

chrissie wunderlich said...

love the orange!!! thanks for the giveaway!

Karla said...

I would make a quilt. My favorite color is pink.

JustPam said...

I like the dark salmon-I would use it in one of my quilts

remareis said...

A nice blanket or pj's would be cuddly. Thanks for the chance

Taryn V. said...

I would make a baby blanket.

Janie said...

Love the color purple. I would make ponchos for my two granddaughters.

Emilie said...

I would make some soft pillows. My favorite color of fleece is blue!

jellybean said...

loving the Apricot maybe some jammies

Patty D from NC said...

I have a large pillow form that would be perfect covered in fleece! aqua color!

Dawn said...

I would make a baby blanket, and I love teal.

Lili said...

What a lovely line of fabrics! I'd love to win those :-)!

Brooke Dillon said...

I love this so much. So many possibilities.

Fritzi said...

Nice fabric! Love it.

Skirt Fixation said...

Fleece would be awesome for pajamas! These fat quarters would make an awesome patchwork twirl skirt!

Cheryl said...

Fleece makes a great backing. Perhaps to a pyramid quilt.

Vicki H said...

I would make pjs. I like red.

RosieS said...

Gorgeous fabrics!

Walter said...

Ahhhh More beautiful fabrics...I need...I want... pjrcontest(at)msn(dot)com

Diane said...

I would make some pajamas!

Sue said...

Sweet fabric and thank you for the chance! :)

Linda B said...

I would make some pajamas.....and I love any shade of blue......

micknrach said...

Awesome blenders!

Donna said...

What a pretty rainbow of colors!
donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

Megan St. Clair said...

Thanks for offering a weekly giveaway! Hope to win :)

JAN CRAWFORD said...

I would love to try fabric worm fabric

Renee said...

I would use this for quilting!

Peggy said...

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

Janet Harrison said...

I'd make something snuggly for the new granddaughter due in January--in my favorite color, orange!

misty s said...

Oh, two yards of fleece! So many choices...a lap quilt or pj's first.

Ylva Lindberg said...

Wow! This fabric is fantastic!

Lee Ann L. said...

I know people will be horrified by the thought of what I'd do -- I'd make a couple of small blankets for cats. They are spoiled!

Tiffany said...

These fabrics would be perfect for making bee blocks!

Renie said...

Love the fabric.. Thanks for the give away.

Sarah said...

I would make myself a fleece and my children hats with the leftovers. sarah@forrussia.org

Mary Seman said...

Love the fabric and sooo many things to do with it!
Mary S.

Karleen Hines said...

My imagination would go crazy with this beautiful fabric.

annmacp said...

Hmmm-- I think a hoodie would be a good thing to make with organic cotton fleece! My favourite colour is any bright rainbow colour.

Linda Daman said...

Zip bags, lots of zip bags

Joey said...

Great fabric to inspire!

Pauline Perry said...

Love the Prism Elements - I wuld make a Pinwheel quilt with them.
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Debbie chenoweth said...

I have been making rice filled microwave neck heating rolls. I think the fleece would add the element of moisture for a better heat. My favorite color is pink.
Debbie Chenoweth
Debbientombstone@aol.com

Debbie chenoweth said...

I have been making rice filled microwave neck heating rolls. I think the fleece would add the element of moisture for a better heat. My favorite color is pink.
Debbie Chenoweth
Debbientombstone@aol.com

ruth50 said...

Would LOVE to be making some pjs. Thanks for the giveaway
Rmk815 at gmail dot com

JWT said...

Teal... I would make some comfy baby pants. :)

Sherry Fram said...

I would make a cuddly PJ pants for my three beautiful grandbabies!!!

Denise Duff said...

Hi.ilove the colors .amazingi love to make my moma quilt she has dementia i love her

GranChris said...

It would make a wonderful quilt backing. I love this fabric.

QuiltinGram said...

WOW.....these would make great blenders for some of my stash and become a quilt.

vaitsa said...

Very beautiful fabrics!!! I would make hand warmers for all my friends!!!

Swedish Scrapper said...
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Swedish Scrapper said...

Fleece would make a lovely kids' robe. I like the deep orange.

NancyL said...

I like shroom and cream; depending on which color I got, I'd use it to back a quilt or make pajama pants or a cowl.

MaxedOut said...

These are so pretty... :o)

Alexandra P. said...

With cotton fleece, I would make me a hoody! My favourite colours are teal, eggplant, turqouise, black, grey ...

Jantine Urban said...

I think I would love to sew some pyjama pants or a baby blanket gor a present and with the left overs a cuddle doll.

Maili Anderson said...

I'm still learning to sew so I would have to make something with my mum's advice. My favourite colour is purple.

Karen Fisher said...

oh yes a must have

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Yummy - I love fleece so I think I would either make some pj bottoms or maybe a decadent set of pillow cases. My favourite colour of fleece would be green, of course!!!

Sonja Mclane said...

I love fleece!!!!! I would put it in a quilt.... sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

cae said...

Beautiful fabric - fleece pjs are nice - would also make a cute coat for my granddaughters.

Emily C said...

I would love a new nightgown made of blue fleece (my favorite color).

Cynthia Knapp said...

I love this fabric! It would make such a great modern quilt.
cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

Annie said...

What a gorgeous rainbow of fabrics.

Cynthia said...

That fabric is beautiful! I would love to win the fat quarter bundle!!!

Sassymissj said...

Lovely fabric, I can think of so many projects, it would be hard to choose which one to make, I'm sure if I win I'll figure it out:-). Thanks for the chance to win!

Sassymissj said...

Lovely fabric, so great full for the chance to win!

Nancy said...

Make a quilt!

Quilting Tangent said...

Make PJs or a quilt. The orange is my favorite.

Kelly said...

lovely prints!

Jacklynn Grimm said...

With two yards of fleece I could make a few pairs of mittens, perfect for our Wisconsin winters. And the color would have to be purple! Thanks for the chance to win! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

Laura said...

Gorgeous fabric! I'd add it to my stash to go into quilts!

debora coatsworth said...

would love to make some baby items, bibs, burpees, favorite color yellow

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Wonderful fabric-Thanks for the chance to win!

Linda Fickling said...

RESOLUTION TO FINISH AT LEAST SOME OF WHAT I HAVE STARTED !

nicolesender said...

I'd make blankets with the fleece. I'd add this weeks giveaway to my stash!

allison pogany said...

I would make pj pants for the kids- my favorite fleece color is aqua.
allisonpogany@gmail.com

Linnea skriver: said...

I could do lovely things with these fabrics if I win ;-)

Carol said...

So pretty!

Mara said...

Love AGF, love this design and colors, would mix them with others to create some amazing things.

Pamela said...

Love all the colours, would make lovely jammy pants!

AmyL said...

add to my current quilt in progress.

Vikie said...

HO wonderful idea this rocks... I think it's a good idea....

Anne Coleman said...

I would love to make a throw out of yellow fleece.

Lynne Tilley said...

I was just telling my husband tonight I needed to make a quilt for myself with fleece on the back for the winter ahead. So that's what I would do with it!

Mary Ihla said...

I'd love to make a tote bag from this groovy geometric.

omegamary said...

jammie pants, baby quilt

Liberata said...

These fabrics look so pretty hanging together!

Liberata said...

With cotton fleece I would make a casual sweater jacket to keep me warm. Turquoise would be great.

Margaret said...

Beautiful fabric Would go good in a mystery quilt

Jeanne Gwin said...

Happy New Year

chococatania said...

beautiful fabric. I'd definitely use it to make a quilt!

tlittle said...

Gorgeous fabric! I'd attempt to duplicate the quilt you posted!

Roberta MacDonald said...

I'm obsessed with fabric!

Zosha said...

Love the colors! Great giveaway! Hope I win! Happy New Year 2015!

tuesdaysmenu said...

the fabric will become a quilt!

Krystal Ray said...

What a beautiful range of colors! I'd put them in a quilt.

Glenda said...

Fabulous collection for a modern quilt.

Mary Mac said...

These bright fabrics would make short/shirts for the grand daughters.

Jlynnciena said...

This is BEAUTIFUL! would make some lovely skirts

Iris said...

Love the prints!!!! I'd sew shorts and shirts for my baby! :D

Lisa Marie said...

I'd love to make a quilt.

Oksana Shpack said...

I love the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

Royce said...

I want to make nightwear pajamas for my daughter for this winter. thank you for the chance to win

memmens said...

Stunning fabrics, I'd love to use these as blenders in bee blocks

tusen said...

For the fleece, I'd use it as backing to make a lovely cosy quilt. The teal and sky are my favourite colours.

Chris V said...

QUILT!!!!!

mpelton012 said...

Happy New Year! Love the fabric. I would love to add a fat quarter of Prism Elements to my stash. Thanks for the giveaway.

aus_chick said...

Isn't that fleece question from a few weeks ago? I think I would trim my son's shirts and shorts with the prism bundle!

SewDoUQuilt said...

My kids need fleece jackets and blue would go for both. Thanks!

Claudia Huerta said...

Cool fabric to make a quilt!

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