Monday, December 8, 2014

Giveaway: Two Free Yards of Charley Harper's Nurture in Poplin!

Hello Fabricworms! We are now a week into December and I'm sure we are all counting down the days until Christmas. We hope you all are almost done with your Christmas shopping, but if not you can always try to win some fabric for a loved one. This week we will be giving away two free yards of Charley Harper's Nurture in Poplin. Winner gets to decide which fabric they would like. Enter to win!




If you are looking for an awesome quilt pattern, and maybe you're like me and like free things.... 

THEN LOOK NO FURTHER






Elephants, penguins, foxes, and more! It's almost too much cuteness for one collection! 



Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway.





This giveaway ends on Sunday 12/14 @ 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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Janet Rettig said...

use it in a quilt what else.

Cheryl said...

love the giraffes! quilt something

Linda B said...

Use it to make a quilt.....

Renee said...

Oh I don't know yet!

petoskystone said...

I see a tote showcasing my favorite print in this collection, the foxes.

Melissa said...

Make an awesome baby quilt

Bailey Walton said...

I would quilt something... if I could bring myself to cut into these beautiful pieces of fabric!

Tie said...

I would love making applique

Pauline Perry said...

I would make my grandchildren clothes - the fabric is awesome.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Melissa Wells said...

Gifts for my twin neices!

Dawn B said...

I'd make a pieced together messenger bag

diplofam said...

I would make a quilt for SURE!!! I love Charlie Harper!

sandyandcosmo said...

I would make a lap quilt.

Rafflecopter name Sandy Hardman.

Unknown said...

use it to make some cute dresses for my granddaughters

Unknown said...

use it to make some cute dresses for my granddaughters

Nicole said...

Tote bag for sure! Such awesome prints!

cerato said...

Perhaps a quilt...

neubiewaters said...

I'd hoard them for a while, then probably wait until I have another niece or nephew and, very sparingly, make them a quilt

Kristen said...

I would make a dress for my daughter!

Toohey said...

I would have to stare at them for a while to see how I was inspired: either a bag or a quilt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

Bunny Wilson said...

I have a nearly 2 yr old grandson who would love a quilt made from this collection of fat quarters.

Linda said...

I want to make a matching game for toddlers. I'd make matching pairs of min-quilts, all of them would have the same fabric on back. Lay them out front side down on the floor and let the child try to find the matching pairs. These bright fabrics with the different animals would be perfect for this project.

Sewbig said...

My grandson would love something, maybe shorts or tote, made from the neat fabrics. But I would also. Wonder who gets that something special....

Dianne W said...

My son's lifelong friend and his wife are having a baby come April and they are definitely not into all those cutsie pink and blue baby prints, they want something cool and different. This fabric would be perfect!

Kelly said...

This fabric would be beautiful as an accent on a bag!

Mary Kate Boyd said...

With the fabrics in this bundle I would make the cutest quilt for my niece!!

JWT said...

make a cute baby quilt... or some fantastic little doll clothes...

Mary Mac said...

Something cute for the grand kids.

Kevin Liddell said...

I would make dresses for my daughters

Miriam said...

I'm comitted in several mini quilt swaps and this fabric would be great.

patty richardson said...

would make ton of doll clothes

Erla Gauti said...

Love the fabric.

Pip White said...

Too many awesome designs to choose from! Penguins, Giraffes, Foxes but as an adopted Aussie, I think the Kolas might have to be the first purchase!

Rebecca said...

I would make some sweet little bonnets out of this...

Deborah Shafer said...

I just discovered Charley Harper's fabric, I love it!

Kara Bair said...

Make a blanket!

Wendy said...

i see a cute bag in my future

lfhpueblo said...

Little boy shirt and pants.
Lauralee Hensley
lfhpueblo (at) msn (dot) com

Tracy said...

Love Charlie Harper! Any fabric design of his is wonderful but would make something so you can see the big design.. A fabric bag or place mats etc.

Skirt Fixation said...

Pet them? Frame them? Never ever ever cut them!!!

Patty Galbraith said...

I am going to use them in a purse.

Bethany said...

I'd use it as lining for a bag or as part of a top or shirt for one of my kids.

Sonel Lindeque said...

I would love to play around with these fabrics!! I'd make a quilt.

Cecilia said...

I would make a child's quilt. Thank you!

Rachael said...

I think I would like to try one of your patterns. They are so cute!

Desire' Wuertemberger said...

The Koalas are so cute!!

Kathy E. said...

I would use these fabrics to make table runners and coaster!

Marie-M. P said...

I would do a fab dress!!

Diana said...

Would love to try poplin. Prob a summer birthday dress for my daughter!

Andrea said...

I'd make a zippy top!

jellybean said...

Make a messenger tote bag

Rob DiBella said...

I'd make a cute little bag

amy mayen said...

Um...I'd hoard it u til this summer and make little dresses!!

Nicole said...

I'd love to make a quilt!

jrandchels said...

I would make something for my niece to be from the feather fabric!

misty s said...

I would do a quilt or some throw pillows. something prominent that won't get too dirty too fast.

Kathy Terry said...

I'd make a baby dress!

Lisa Marie said...

I'm thinking these fabrics would be good for bags.

erica said...

I'm not sure what I'd do with it, but I LOVE Charley Harper!!

Elena said...

These fabrics would be great for tote bags!

WYO Di said...

I would sew something for all three of my grandones!

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

baby quilt!

sue I said...

such fun fabric maybe a quilt

Kathy said...

I would use the fabric for a quilt for a friend! :) Thanks for this giveaway!

JennJ1122 said...

Probably a quilt!

Corinnea said...

I would add it to the charley harper I already have and make a quilt!!

Diane said...

A quilt or some zipper pouches. Love this collection!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

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mjb said...

Trim on a dress

Seana Pearce said...

Definitely a quilt for my nephew.

Liz Schulte said...

make pillows!

Karen @ Bibi Lane said...

I think this line would make for adorable little girly skirts.

WoolenSails said...

One thing I thought of right away was a quilted piece. I did a charlie harper shore bird piece and this would be fun to add to an appliqué quilt. Then I saw that darling little girls dress, maybe I could make a summer skirt and top with it.

Debbie

Kathy Terry said...

I'd make a baby dress.

Guppymomma said...

I'd make a dress for a niece.

Isaac, Rachel, Sam, Caleb, and Grace Wofford said...

If I could get flannel I'd make pajamas for my kids!

SarahZ said...

Some kind of quilty something!! Thanks!!

Carrie P. said...

I love this art work so I would make a sewing machine cover so I could see it all the time.

TammyLB said...

I would use it to make totes, pouches, and maybe a pillow! I love the koalas- it reminds me of when my son was little- koalas were his favorite!!

Bethany said...

Oooooooo I love the foxes!!

DJINFL said...

pillow covers for my grandkiddies

Gail said...

quilt! or just pet it.

Michele said...

I'd make a quilt with it. I'm liking the one in your latest newsletter.

Tamie said...

I'd love to make myself a quilt from these fabrics.

Emilie said...

I would use it to make a present for a child.

Lore S said...

I have been making baby quilts for a local shelter. I'm sure a child would love to get a quilt made from your fabrics!

Karen Thurn said...

Poplin, Let's see. I'd make a cute little dress and or top for my granddaughter.

Janet Harrison said...

I'd make some p.j.'s for my little grandson!

pasqueflower said...

Poplin would be perfect for totes and zipper pouches. I think that's what I'd make.

Islandgirl said...

Either a quilt, or maybe a couple of bags for shopping! Love the Chickadees!

Susan Zakanycz said...

I would love to make a quilt with this wonderful fabric!

Shanna J. Ryan said...

A "quilt as you go" suitcase for my kids' animal figures or puppets.

Janie said...

I would make a quillow with this bundle. Thanks for the chance, the fabric is amazing.

Jill said...

My daughter loves Charlie Harper so I would make her a tote! So cool!

Lara said...

Make some baby doll clothes and use the rest for a quilt!

Wendy said...

I'd love to incorporate these fabrics into a bag.

pupton said...

I hate to say it but I think I would hoard it. I love Charley Harper!

Judith said...

I would make some zippered pouches--ones that I could show off! Thanks for the chance to win such terrific fabric.

HelloQuilts! said...

Great fabric line - I love the Koalas!

HelloQuilts! said...

Great fabric - I love the koalas!

Feeding Essentials said...

I'd use a fat quarter to make backpacks.

Neni Mav said...

Thank you for this giveaway! Of course I would use them on a new baby quilt!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I would love a bag or maybe some pillow covers. Thanks!

Donna said...

I'd make pillow covers.

Karla said...

I would make some children's clothes.

Susan Strong (strongstitches.wordpress.com) said...

I'm thinking pillows or backing for a baby quilt.

Jo Jo said...

I would make some new pj bottoms :)

Sigrun said...

I see pyjama pants or of course parts of a quilt :-) such fantastic fabric!

Ylva Lindberg said...

A christmas gift!

PK Sews said...

I would make an outfit for my granddaughter. Thanks for the fun!

Emilie said...

I've always been kind of afraid to make clothes out of this, but your examples have inspired me! I would make a skirt.

Tessa Alexander said...

Oh my gosh. I love this so much. Charlie Harper is one of my favorites.

Sue H said...

Quilt for my Grandson. His nursery is decorated with Charley Harper prints so it especially appropiate.

Lili said...

I would make a purse, a pouch for my tablet and phone, so I would use them every day!

Jodi said...

I am expecting a baby in the new year & I would love to make something adorable for the new baby and its big sister...eek I am going to be able to make "matching" outfits.

moira said...

i would cover a footstool #firsttime

annmacp said...

I see some cute bags with these

Aukje said...

I would sew pyjama pants

Vaitsa Art said...

I would make a beautiful swinger dress!

dawn - Mi rincón de mariposas said...

I'd make a skirt for my daughter. Thanks!

memmens said...

With 2 yards of fabric I'd make a top for me!

Lotte van der Linden said...

I'd make a playmat for my grandkids! Or maybe a quilt for a little tomboy.

Kimberly Brown said...

Placemats, tote bags, pillows...decisions decidions...

Allison C said...

I would make something for my son

Carla Shiver said...

I would make a jacobs ladder quilt !

AlidaP said...

I have several quilts to make in 2015 and they would be perfect for that! Thanks for the chance!!

Oksana Shpack said...

I love animals and Charlie Harper :)

Kris said...

A quilt for a friend.

SisterOfTheDivide said...

I would use this to make something special for my son, he would absolutely love this fabric! It would fit perfectly with the decor in his home. Let it be meeee, Let it be meeee...singing!

Jodie said...

Kids' quilt!

sacree5421@netscape.net said...

add to my collection for a tween quilt....

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melissa said...

Housewarming gift for best friends new house

free indeed said...

A snazzy new table runner. (Mickey Louth)

Mel said...

two yards would be enough for a dress for my daughter, thanks for the chance!

Kelly said...

One of these would be great for a casual t-shirt!

Margaret said...

This would work well in a quilt that I am making

Helene Reinders said...

2 yards! I think I could maybe get the Margot dress by Tilly out of that!

Lynne Tilley said...

I have a stack of quilt patterns I'm dying to use, and family members clamoring for their own quilt. It would be put to good use :)

Jacklynn Grimm said...

I would use the fabric for a boy quilt - the animals are perfect! Thanks for the give away! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

Alicia Brown said...

I would definitely make something cute for my daughter. Maybe use it in a dress. She's three and she LOVES animals and "fashion" (her new favorite word.)

Sarah S said...

Clothes for my kids! I have girls and a boy to sew for, these look like great prints for coordinating all of them. :)

Amy said...

Make a quilt!

VR said...

I would make two baby quilts and then some artistic framed fabric. I love Charlie Harper artwork!

Unknown said...

I think I'd make the Fancy Sailor Top with the foxes!

Rosa said...

This would make a gorgeous baby quilt!

SE20 said...

I love Charley Harpers fabric, what a fab Christmas pressie that would be!

stephervescent said...

love this!

Mary1826 said...

Probably dresses!

Jennyroo said...

Some selfish sewing for myself! I think a new top for me!!!! Love so many of the new prints in the Nurture line.

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

I would make some clothing for my son!

SIMPLESEW said...

I would make nesting boxes

Rachael said...

Clothing or pillowcases! Maybe both!

Dixie said...

Zippy pouches!!!
churcae(at)auburn(dot)edu

Shelley Folkerts said...

I would make a quilt with the fat quarters or possible zippy pouches as gifts.

Rachel said...

I would make myself an adorable bag or pillowcase.

Valerie Gapp said...

Definitely a quilt, and something for the babes with the scraps :)

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

First I would drool on them. Then I would make them into nesting baskets. With any scraps I would save for a scrap quilt.

WindyLou said...

Hoard!!!

Peg said...

I would make something for my great grandsons

Peg said...

I would make something for my great grandsons

Linda said...

HI,I think I'd like to make a new quilt! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Ali said...

Handbags, one for me and one for my sister!

Eleni said...

Oh difficult to say yet :/ probably handbag

Gill said...

A picnic quilt

Diane Beavers said...

I'd make several Kids aprons, rollups for crayons/markers, and
a wall hanging for classroom.

barefootT said...

something for my grand daughters

Marie-H said...

I would make dresses for my daughters

EllenQ said...

Very cute kids clothes!

laura said...

I LOVE CHARLEY HARPER!!!!!

pippirose said...

I would make some cute dresses for my little granddaughter.

Walter said...

Too cute for kids... baby quilt or anyone that likes to be fun. pjrcontest (at) msn (dot) com

Melissa said...

I would make a bag

Vicki H said...

Tote bags or pillows.

Lauren said...

Definitely clothing for my little guys!

genkimari said...

Oooooh would be perfect to make pillows and such for our mid-century trailer!

nicolesender said...

I'd make a blanket and bib for my grandson!

c. said...

Oh, a tote bag, an apron, anything really!

Norma's Bag Boutique said...

I'll probably use them for a wallet or pouch.

Cheryl said...

I love the little barn swallow dress. Is there a pattern for this?

Thanks!

Hallie Cantlebary said...

I would make an awesome bag!

Erin Noie Photography said...

A quilt.. or a bag.. or a skirt!

abengel said...

Definitely a quilt.

Peggy said...

Make a quilt for charity.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Miggsie said...

I'd make a quilt, and maybe a tote bag. Thamks!

Indianna said...

Pencil cases for everyone and a library bag with what's left.

GO STARS! said...

Quilty bags would be the perfect project for these fabrics.

Sonja Loyd said...

Make some nice back packs for my girls!

Cynthia Knapp said...

Very cute fabric. I'd use it in a child's quilt. Cyndy Knapp cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

Average Quilter said...

A Swoon quilt would look great.

Wendy said...

I would fussy cut and use in a log cabin type quilt

Courtney said...

I'd make a quilt for a baby I don't even have yet!

sarah said...

Already got my FQ bundle to make a quilt for my new baby, but with two yards of one print, I'd make myself a swingy skirt!

Mistie Doren said...
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Mistie Doren said...

I would use this fabric to make things for my baby coming in Feb!

Nicole said...

I would make a toy for my little one :)

Verena Demuß said...

I would make a wounderful quilt or a shirt for my son

Bethany said...

I love the teal color most and I'd be eager to sew one of these three patterns with it: Hawthorn Zip-Up Sweatshirt by Titchy Threads, The Cocktail Swing Coat by Heidi&Finn or the Animal All-In-One Hooded Scarf by Heidi & Finn. I've sewn each of those patterns before and really like them - and would LOVE some quality fleece to use in another version.

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