Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Fabricworm Giveaway: Homestead by Emily Isabella for Birch Organic Fabrics


Hello Fabricworms! A much anticipated collection is finally in stock! We have been waiting months for Homestead by Emily Isabella for Birch Fabrics to finally be in store and the day has finally come! Not only is this collection absolutely precious, it is also 100% organic and perfect for those little ones you've been meaning to make something special for. Enter to win a fat quarter bundle of this country-inspired collection now! 


Birch Organic Fabrics and Emily Isabella are calling you back to the simple life with their newest collection: Homestead. They are going off the grid with a collection that is free of genetically modified hormones and is powered by 100% organic inspiration. 





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This giveaway ends on Sunday 10/25 @ 12 am PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen randomly by Gleam.


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

always love the chance to win fabric

Unknown said...

LOVE these and would LOVE to win!!

~Diana said...

Such a cute line!

Linda said...

NEAT FABRIC GIVEAWAY!
I'D MAKE NEW PJ'S FOR WINTER IN BLUE!
THANKS FOR A PRETTY+GENEROUS GIVEAWAY!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Teresa Stanulis said...

I'd make a blanket for my son's dorm room!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Allison CB said...

Well my dog is getting kind of arthritic so I think a warm doggie blankie would help her out!

Hannah Kelly said...

I've no idea but I would sure have fun trying to decide. Such beautiful fabrics :)

Janie said...

Lovely collection. Thank you for the tutorials and the giveaway.

Christina Luv said...

Beautiful!

Christina Luv said...

Beautiful!

akoba said...

The fabric with the chickens is amazing.

Totertot said...

My baby is crazy about piggies. I would love to make him a blanket.

A Little White Hen said...

I just HAVE to make that cute apron!!

joanne roberts said...

Loving this fabric collection. I want to make the simple cotton shirt in the picture. Looks so comfy. Joanrob8@gmail.com

Jona said...

Oh a robe for my little guy or pj pants and any shade of blue for sure!

Shelly Morgan said...

I am so geeked out about this line finally arriving. I absolutely adore this designer and can't wait to sew up all the knit prints.

Jacqueline Spenger said...

Love, Love, Love this for my little farm girl grandaughters!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Would love this to make some cute dresses for my granddaghter - she would love the pink!

Leah MacLeod said...

I look at these amazing fabrics and see each and everyone of them on my granddaughter.

Diane Beavers said...

Jammie pants for the most wonderful daughter-in-law in my life. She loves GREEN. Thank you!

bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Donna said...

I'd make pjs in sky blue organic fleece.
donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

Courtney said...

How cute! The sheep print is my fav!

Dawn said...

Since winter is just around the corner I think that a cute dress for my youngest gdaughter who just started school. She loves pink just like me so a color that is as sweet as a little girl would work.

Lori said...

my favorite color of fleece are the blues.
hmmm I would make a baby quilt I think
quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

Vicki H said...

I would use the fleece for pj pants.

Kathy E. said...

I would use the fleece to back a baby's crib blanket. It would be lavender, for sure!

Sarah said...

Perfect for an Indiana baby ��

Eloise said...

I love contests! Especially fabric!

Eloise said...

I love contests! Especially fabric!

ibcox said...

I'd make a super warm sleeping bag for baby Hannah

memmens said...

Gorgeous fabrcs, I'd make quilts for my children.

Laura Major said...

These fabrics are super fab!! I'd use them to make a yo-yo quilt!
Thank you for this giveaway and I'm crossing my fingers in hopes of winning them!

Laura Major said...

These fabrics are super fab!! I'd use them to make a yo-yo quilt!
Thank you for this giveaway and I'm crossing my fingers in hopes of winning them!

Amanda said...

those chickens! those goats! amazing :)

jellybean said...

I would choose Sky and I would make a blanket for my fur baby

Gisela said...

I would make pillow cases as presents.

SCStephquilts said...

I can hear my three granddaughters picking their favorite fabrics and asking me to make them a shirt, a skirt, a pillowcase or quilt, an apron.........

Jan Wilkinson said...

Something wonderful for my three grandsons! Thank you for sharing!

savvyjulie@gmail.com said...

I'd make a quilt for my baby girl!

Tricia said...

That is a great collection! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

Joey said...

I've been using up some of my stash so I would love to refresh it with this lovely bundle!
Thanks for the opportunity!
~ joey ~

Mrs L said...

Such an adorable set of fabric!!

barbara woods said...

use it on the back of a baby quilt

cat said...

These are so cute, I love the mint lambs, which would make the cutest pj's for my little farm girls!

RDiva said...

Darn! Just as ordered a kids bundle to make a cot quilt. This would have been perfect!

Lisa Blankenship said...

Yes please!!

Gill said...

A cosy lap quilt - red!

Jessica Malcolm said...

Soo pretty!!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

White fleece is my favourite at the moment - reminds me of snow! PJ's and quilt backings for sure! So soft!

gpssubteacher said...

So adorable for my next baby quilt project!

Lynne Tilley said...

I love red and orange! I'd make a quilt!

Melanie said...

This fabric would make the perfect quilt for my daughter!

Kelly MacLeod said...

Cute fabrics, great colors. I love the way you bundle.

Kari said...
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Kari said...

I think green, light, minty, green is my favorite. My daughter loves her blankets to be backed with fleece.

Donna lockhart said...

Donna, love the colors. Would make a mini quilt!

Christy Meyer said...

I love the pigs!!!

Annie said...

So cute!! I would make pj pants for my daughter.

Stephanie S. said...

This collection is to die for! As for the cotton fleece, that coral is stunning. I'd make a hooded poncho for my daughter to safely wear in her car seat. I love her in coral!

Cheryl said...

Thanks for the opportunity! I've been waiting for this fabric to come in! Love it!

laurablair said...

I would love to make something for the little girls in my sunday school class!

Janet Harrison said...

I especially love the little piggies and would make an outfit for my baby granddaughter.

Daphne Williams said...

What a lovely fabric bundle for a baby quilt!

Greta Honeycutt said...

Love these!

Nancy said...

purple pj's for my granddaughter

Unknown said...

Love the colors, would make a nice set of pjs

Cynthia Weeks said...

I would make jammies for my grandchildren! Any color works!

genofwa said...

Genevieve Caswell
I really enjoy your fabric. I emailed my daughter-in-law about your website, because she use's nothing but organic material for my granddaughter. I think what you are doing is fantastic. Keep up the good work.
God Bless

Anne said...

pants for toddler grandkids.. shroom for boys and coral for girls.. Can't decide on favourite!

lizzie said...

I lOVE these fabrics - lots and lots of sewing planned for them including a quilt for grand-daughter !

Susan said...

Love this fabric line - thanks for the chance to win!

OlgaP said...

I've been waiting for this collection! So unbelievably adorable!!

Tina said...

Thank you for the chance to win. I would use it to make a quilt for a little girl who's Mommy is going through some serious health issues. Since they live many states away and I can't be there in person a quilt hug will be the next best thing.

Teacher said...

Fingers crossed. Would make a beautiful quilt.

Beth said...

Those organic fleece colors are so gentle and lovely, so if that's really what you're asking about, I'd say the blues would be a beautiful choice. If you would like to know what I'd make with this fun fabric, I'd be making a quilt for our little niece Rose, who loves to visit us on the farm.

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