Thursday, July 21, 2016

Fabricworm Giveaway: 2 Yards of Tall Tales!


Hello Fabricworms! Recently, one of our gal pals, Arleen Hillyer, released her debut collection: Tall Tales! We have been waiting a long time for this collection and our patience has paid off. Just look at those prints and those colors!
 This week we have decided to giveaway two free yards from this fantastic collection. Winner gets to choose which print(s) and substrate(s) they would like to receive. Did we mention this collection comes in quilt weight, double gauze, knit, and canvas. Enter to win!




Use the Gleam widget below to enter the giveaway.



This giveaway ends on Tuesday 7/26 @ 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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Laura said...

I love the phases of the moon print! Thanks for the chance!

gpssubteacher said...

I love the new tall tales prints and would love to win some cotton for quilting. I make modern baby quilts and sell on my etsy store. I love your shop and the fabrics you select to sell!

lo zucchero said...

The moons and the horseshoes are my favorites. Great giveaway!

Annie said...

I think the comment prompt about what we would make with fleece has been stuck in there a while! :-) I would use this fabric to make something special for my daughter who starts Kindergarten in September!

Molly Campbell said...

With fleece I would make some pajamas, not sure what my favorite color is!

cara said...

Not sure what I would do with fleece...probably some pjs? Thanks for the chance to win!

Ellen Hurtado said...

Oh yes! Love them all!

Linda said...

Such a neat collection! Thanks for sharing! This would make a very nice Charity Quilt!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Sarah LaRaine said...

I'm so impressed with the style and theme of this collection. And it's organic!! Bravo!! Shall I win I'd ask for knit and do a selfish sew.

Quilting Jeannie said...

I love the teal phases of the moon fabric. It is so cute, and in all colors. I don't do much with fleece, probably a car blanket at best. I'm curious about double gauze fabric, though. thanks for the great opportunity to win such cute fabrics!

Cortney said...

I'm totally in love with the jackalopes!

Donna said...

I'd make slippers from the mint green organic fleece.

melonkelli said...

Fleece lounge pants! My favorite color is green, but the charcoal with green accents is so cute!

Nancy said...

I'd make a blanket for my niece. I'd use the jackalopes fabric.

Quilting Momma said...

How can I possibly pick? I love it all! What wonderful fabrics and thank you so much for the chance to win! Margo aka Quilting Momma

Jenna said...

So pretty!

Unknown said...

I would make a fun shirt

Unknown said...

I would make a fun shirt

Seana said...

Omg, already have my prints and pattern picked out!

Katie Barrow said...

Fabricworm always has such fun and funky fabric options, so no surprise I LOVE this line as well!

Seana said...

Omg, already have my prints and pattern picked out!

thequirkyquilter@yahoo.com said...

Love them all! It will be tough to choose when I win!

Gei VanVliet said...

Fun fabrics.

Vicki H said...

I would make pj pants.

Judi Duncan said...

cute and funky prints....thank you for the giveaway!

Debra B. said...

So cute! It will be hard to choose. A child's quilt would be my choice of project.

ThisPianoGirl said...

I would love to make a dress out of these!

Jessica said...

These would make for some adorable little girl clothes!

Kelly said...

I'm a rabbit fan! Would love to have those jackalopes to add to a special log cabin quilt in the works!!
Thanks for the chance to win!

catherine bossé said...

I would love to do my new project (chemo hats) with those beautiful flowers prints !

scottylover said...

I would use it to make a lap throw for this winter when I am really cold at work. :)
Sandy A

Mary Ann said...

A snuggly fleece dress for my daughter

Ali news said...

Adorable would love to use in my next quilt

Sarah J said...

Love the mind and navy in this line! Would make some fun tops or skirts.

Ecochic said...

These are great prints, and would work with some coordinating solids in a dress for my little girl.

Michele T said...

Lov these prints, I would use them for a quilt.

Claire H said...

Just watching a Craftsy class on sewing with knits, so I have lots of new ways to use this fabric!

rockbridge said...

Love the navy and dusty blue!

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Lisa said...

I'd make a lap quilt in cheery yellow, for dreary winter days.

Sherry L. Smith said...

Some really cute prints here.

Charisse said...

I love the roses!The fabrics are beautiful!

Carrie Bee said...

I LOVE this collection, amazing.

Shaharban Hashim said...

Wow...wish to win...hope the contest is open internationally...i really need some knits in my life...

GranChris said...

I use fleece to back my quilts. I like blue but any color is fine.

Joy said...

I think I'd try to make a hat with blue fleece.

Beth said...

This collection is absolutely adorable, and I'm just a little bit in love with the jackalopes!

LaurenL said...

Love the moon print. And jackalopes!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oooo I would love to make a knee blaket for a friend in a wheelchair.

Sewgirly said...

Beautiful collection of prints!

Linda Williamson said...

Beautiful fabric line. Love the jackalopes and roses. grinnie1961 at gmail. com

bec said...

Gorgeous colours, I'd make a baby quilt for my friends little boy..

Nancy said...

Love these prints!
To answer your question, I'd make purple pj's for my granddaughter!

Kiandy Schrock said...

Love all the prints! I would use the knit fabric to makea wrap for my baby!

Patrick and Jenni said...

I'd use fleece for making blankets for the kids. My favorite colors would be blues or grays. Thanks for the giveaway.

barbara woods said...

me some P.J.'s

quiltnmaryf said...

I might make pj bottoms for my little grandaughters

Mel said...

ooo, double gauze in such gorgeous prints! thanks for the chance

Lee Ann L. said...

Tough -- I am thinking the young kids would love a tiny quilt or two with the fabrics.

Peggy said...

I would make a baby quilt for my new grandson to be born in December.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

fatcat said...

Right now I'm in need of a baby girl quilt so that's where 2 yards would come in handy.

Lacy said...

So beautiful. I'd love to use some of this for new throw pillows.

Veronique said...

Beautiful collection. It would make an amazing baby quilt and bunting to decorate my daughter's room

Mary said...

You have wonderful fabrics and prints. Here in Hawaii, we don't get the variety you have. Thank you

Mary said...

You have wonderful fabrics and prints. Here in Hawaii, we don't get the variety you have. Thank you

Colleen Oleary said...

A car quillows with a book or small toy pocket for my grandson!

Nancy M. said...

Thanks for great giveaway.

Cathy Calloway said...

I love the teal. Fleece is great for quilt backing for lap quilts

Nancy J said...

I hopped to you from Sarah, and am not sure if this is open to all bloggers. I am in New Zealand, and our granddaughter has a horse, so the quilting weight fabric with horse shoes would be perfect for me to make her something special.

Becky Lee said...

A baby blanket!!

Melanie said...

I need this fabric to make a dress for my niece. The horses are perfect!

Cheryl Hovey said...

Beautiful Fabric!! Thank for the opportunity!!
Cheryl Hovey
irishoday28@gmail.com

Karen Rowland said...

A baby quilt. Blue or pink.

stef h said...

This site has the most adorable fabrics I have ever seen! I could spend all night here just dreaming up projects!

Allie said...

I Love these prints so whimsical! Thanks for the give-a-way!

Lee said...

Lovely fabric - Thank you !!

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