Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Fabricworm Giveaway: Fat Quarter Bundle of Flying Colors by Momo!

Hello Fabricworms! Cheerful spring days are on the horizon! If you want to get a head start on the beautiful spring inspired projects you have lined up, then today is your lucky day! This week's giveaway is for a free fat quarter bundle of Flying Colors by Momo for Moda Fabrics! Enter to win!



It’s all about rainbows – the imagery of raindrops, lush landscapes and color paint a whimsical scene that is sure to spark your creativitiy. True to MoMo's unique style, the prints featured in the new Flying Colors collection are playful, imaginative, and colorful. 







Use the Gleam widget below to enter the giveaway.


This giveaway ends on Sunday 2/17/16 @ 12 am PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen randomly by Gleam.



-The Fabricworm Team

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Melissa said...

Love the Rainbow

Linda said...

THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL FABRIC GIVEAWAY!
I'D MAKE PAJAMAS FROM THE LOVELY BLUE FLEECE!
HAVE A GREAT DAY! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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

p.j. pants with a drawstring -- thanks

Linda Smith said...

Luscious fabrics. I don't usually love rainbows so much, but MoMo has a special way, don't they?

Laura said...

This is so cute. Definitely great for a baby quilt.

Melissa Koehn said...

I love all th bright colors of the rainbow. I would make blankets for babies in the family with fleece.

Greta Honeycutt said...

Blanket! Love the rainbows in these prints.

Deb said...

Baby blanket in teal blue.

Vicki H said...

I would use red fleece for pj pants.

Peggy said...

I would use this to make a beautiful baby quilt.
Thanks,
Peggy
Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Carrie said...

Well no baby quilt for me, this grown up wants all the rainbows for herself!

Betsy said...

We are having a very cold spell here in not so warm Florida,so I would make a warm blanket for my grandson. I love the rainbow prints

Lora said...

I love the natural colors of Browns and beiges and grays with a bit of blue. I would make my new grandson some gowns and baby shoes.

Starfish7 said...

Is cotton fleece like what sweatshirts are made of? as then I would make a child's hoodie out of it, I think.

Yelim Park said...

WITH ORGANIC FLEECE,I'LL DEFINITELY CREATE A BABY QUILT.I WILL CHOOSE LIGHT GREEN TO GO GREEN.
I ALSO THINKING OF MAKING A VEST FOR MY DAUGHTER AND I THINK WHITE FLEECE WILL GO GREAT AS A LINING FOR VEST WITH SHERPA. THANK YOU FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY.
ABBIEYELIM

Lisa Marie said...

I love fleece for scarves. Blue is a favorite! Love these MoMo fabrics!

Casey said...

These rainbows would be everything to my six year old!!!

Carly Bell said...

It's chilly in Miami right now, so I'd make my poor little 3-legged dog an extra blanket. He's a tropical hound. My favorite color of fleece is pink!

Pepper Stitcher said...

First time reading about MoMo fabrics. Thank you for this post and sharing the wonderful fabrics!

Mrs. Finch said...

I would make a hoodie pattern I just downloaded yesterday!

smoobug said...

Such beautiful rainbows!

Joanne said...

A snuggly hoodie! jvermunt(at)shaw(dot)ca

Rachelle Undershute said...

I'm pregnant right now so I think I'd make something for the new baby once I find out the gender :). My favourite colour of fleece would be teal or red (I love the combo of both together)

Renee Hemmerling said...

Cute spring prints!

Renee Hemmerling said...

Cute spring prints!

TheQueenofKings said...

I can always use more fabric!

TheQueenofKings said...

I can always use more fabric!

barbara woods said...

love that fabric, thanks

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

what a fun cheerful bundle!

Yael Cahane said...

I would make a blanket for my toddler niece. Any cheerful color would be great.

Barb in Mi said...

I would use your Cotton fleece for PJ pants! Thanks so much - colorful bundles are always cheerful I winter!

Anna said...

This is all lovely, thank you. I would definitely use these for baby clothes, because I'm gonna have my first niece or nephew this year!

Jennifer said...

I'd make a fleece snuggly for the first granddaughter coming along in May!

Diane Beavers said...

A swaddle blanket for 4 week old grandson
I love orange, but he looks fabulous in RED:)
Thank you.

Beth Stephan said...

I would make a table runner, favorite colors are red and purple

Michele T said...

I'd make some snugly quilts and my favourite colour is Aqua.

genofwa said...

I think I would make dress out of the circle rainbow & one out of the blue rain. Thanks for the contest & Good Luck Everyone!

Andrea York said...

I'd make a blanket for my grandson with some blue fleece! Thanks for the giveaway chance-those are such cheery fabrics!

OhioLori said...

Would use a pretty blue, to back a fun blanket for our Granbaby! Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :)

Lesley said...

I would make a baby quilt

Ashlee Sampson said...

Thank you for the chance to win this awesome fabric giveaway!! I would love to use this fabric to make adorable quilts for my daughter! :)

GranChris said...

I love this fabric. I use fleece to back quilts. So soft and wonderful.

Colleen said...

Such cheerful fabrics!

Lynne Tilley said...

I love the colors RED and ORANGE. I'd make a pretty quilt backed with one of these. I have a 4th grandchild due in June, so that would be wonderful!

Claire Sutherland said...

Love these so lours. I would use organic fleece to make a sweatshirt x

Catherine Clarke said...

I love the raindrops and rainbows! I'd make a lap quilt for a childrens' hospice in my neighbourhood.

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MorganTiegen said...

I love the raindrops and the rainbows! I would make my daughter, Willow a sweater for spring!

lalaluu said...

I would make a snuggly throw for my couch, so I can curl up with my doggies and watch TV on cold nights!

Amy Trimbo said...

The rainbows are great! My six year old would love a new patchwork skirt.

butterflygirl420 said...

Love the collection!

butterflygirl420 said...

Love the collection!

Stripeyspots said...

Adorable!

Janie said...

Sweet collection. It is making me look forward to spring. Thank you.

Rebecca said...

while there is snow still on the ground, just to look at this fabric gives me the hope of spring. thanks for the chance to own some. sewfabrics@outlook.com

Jennifer Essad said...

I would make a kimono wrap for lounging in a muted color if available

Christina Travers said...

I would make a baby quilt for my friend who is due this summer. I love the colors and think it would be a great fun and playful set of fabrics to use.
-Chrissy Travers

Nancy said...

I'd make purple pj's for my granddaughter!

Mara said...

I love rainbows and these would make the cutest pouches!

Patty D from NC said...

What a great fabric to use in a quilt! I love those raindrops myself - probably make a small bag out of those!

Missenota aka Kristin S. said...

I'd make an organic cotton fleece knotty doll for babie to chew on/play with. Thanks!

Missenota aka Kristin S. said...

I'd make an organic cotton fleece knotty doll for babie to chew on/play with. Thanks!

sewsilly said...

The fabric is so unique, I love it all!

Dorothy said...

I love these fabrics so much! I'd figure out some sort of patchwork item for myself (OK, or my daughters)!

Rose Haury said...

1st grandchild-to-be would get a lovey. Love those raindrops!

Rose Haury said...

1st grandchild-to-be would get a lovey. Love those raindrops!

Jules Miller said...

With some nice fleece I could make a super soft throw, or maybe some comfy pants for cold sunday afternoons. :D

kpa1023 said...

I would make a fleecy kitty cave/cat bed. Favorite fleece colors are white or navy.

Dody said...

Pj's pj's I would make pj's.

annmarie said...

This is the first I've seen of Flying Colors. AWESOME!!! Love the rainbows. 2 yds of cotton organic fleece would make the perfect backing for a crib size quilt!

Annika Ashfield said...

I love the bright colours! I could definitely see a baby blanket or maybe some fun stuffed toys! My favorite is the rainbow stripes and dots!

Ruth Hope said...

I would use the fleece to line some cozy pants for my kiddos. I love yellow and orange! The rainbows are so fun!

Debbie Moxley said...

Probably would use the fleece to put on the back of a quilt. Favorite color is red but not sure I would want red fleece.

Corrine at corrinegilman.com said...

A pullover for around the house. Orange always.

Carolyn machen said...

I just discovered your fun website/blog! Can't wait to order some of your fun fabrics and get started on some new projects.

Lisa O. said...

I'm new to this blog. I love the fabrics!

Abigail Tobler said...

Thanks

Cindy Pilkington said...

Beautiful fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win!

Quilting Momma said...

Love the brilliant colors! Thanks for the chance to win!

Kathleen Wilson said...

I would love to make some pillows and blankets for my daughter's new day bed the hubby built for her :) these are beautiful designs

Liz D said...

Wow love the colors!!

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Leo Wolvesbane said...

Love these so much!

Lisa said...

Great Spring colors! I see a cute quilt!

AHappyCarrot said...

Love the raindrops!! Very bright colors

Afshan Raheel said...

I hope i win it ... so much .

Verena Demuß said...

I Love the rainbows
I hope I will win, so I cam make a planket

Liesl Carlson said...

I would pick yellow and white and make a great lap/sofa blanket.

Amy Z said...

I'd make a baby blanket from blue fleece!

twilightstormcrafts said...

I would make some nice comfy Cold weather pajamas with organic fleece. My fav color fleece... probably black? It depends on the project actually.

This bundle is amazingly cute. It screams make me into a quilt!

Quilting Momma said...

Thank you thank you thank you for picking me!
I have a story to go along with this fabric..... 32 years ago [yep...I'm old!] I was expecting my first child. My husband and I painstakingly put up this beautiful rainbow wallpaper [exact replica of the fabric!]. I was 9+ months, and was eagerly waiting THE day! After all that hanging, and no labour, we stood back and admired our wallpaper. My sister came over a couple of days later to check out the new nursery and looked at it and then looked at us and said, "It's beautiful, but why did you hang those rainbows upside down?" I'm thinking my daughter needs a lap quilt of her own along with the story.
Thanks for such a wonderful gift!

Margo

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