Thursday, October 27, 2016

Fabricworm Giveaway: Two Free Yards of Birch Fabric's new Saltwater Knit!

Saltwater by Emily Winfield MartinHello, Fabricworms! It's a wonderful time of year to get started on some comfy outfits for either yourself or your little. The best way to do this is with some beautiful knit fabrics. So this week we thought we'd do a giveaway we haven't done in a very long time: give away TWO YARDS of knit! Not just any knit either, but knit from Birch Organic Fabrics' newest Saltwater collection! Oh me, oh my! Winner chooses which print he/she would like to receive. Enter to win now!


Emily Winfield Martin makes paintings, books and other things. She is the author and illustrator of the children’s books Dream Animals, Day Dreamers, The Wonderful Things You Will Be, and others. When she was small, she spent every moment drawing, reading, and having peculiar daydreams. When she grew up, she began to illustrate those peculiar daydreams, and after college, she created a shop called The Black Apple. She works in a tiny nook of a studio filled with old children’s books, wind-up toys, and stacks of fabric. Her work is inspired by fairy tales, music, myths, carnivals, children’s books from the late 19th through mid 20th century, her favorite films, and autobiography.
Saltwater is Emily’s debut fabric collection!


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This giveaway ends on Sunday 10/31 @11 PM 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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Carol Smith said...

My grandson loves wearing comfortable lounge outfits. And since the cold weather is setting in I think I would make him a nice cozy outfit.

AmyScrapSpot said...

How exciting! Love the fabric!!
Thank you so much for the opportunity!

Teresa Crater said...

So many baby boys due this spring. Would love to sew up a bunch of cute leggings & beanie combos!

A McG said...

That outfit is adorable! I want to learn to make cowl/infinity scarves.

Devon said...

I would make a cozy long-sleeved dress for my baby daughter.

Alyssa Douglas said...

😍😍 love these. I live on the coast and my December baby will look so cute in some leggings & matching top knot hat!

Ruth Hope said...

I would make a cozy sweatshirt for one of my little buddies!

Cheri Struble said...

Perfect for my first grandbaby due in 5 weeks!

carein said...

I have a brand new (3mo) grandbaby I would love to make some special outfits for.

Elise Fine said...

I would love to make some rompers out of these amazing fabrics!

Cat Munzing said...

so exciting!

Donna said...

This would make a gorgeous baby blanket!

Unknown said...

I love to make jammies and hoodies for my two boys, one's 4 and the other one is 1!

Allison Baum said...

I love this collection...and I love knit!

Luna said...
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Luna said...

I would love to make a t-shirt for my son out of that beautiful fabric.

Lisa Fogel said...

I love making gifts for people. I know so many new babies who could wear a sweet outfit from these prints. Good luck, everyone!

Linda Williamson said...

These beautiful fabrics would make great burp cloths and baby bibs, maybe enough for a small receiving blanket. Thanks! grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

idachick said...

Oh my goodness...it would be hard to pick just one thing, but if I won, I'd likely make a dress for my five year old and a sleeper (and maybe even squeeze out a hat too!!) for my three month old. I love all the gorgeous knits fabricworm stocks--so fantastic!!

Foxyquiltz said...

Gorgeous fabrics! Thank you so much! 💛

Lia Z said...

I would make a coverall for my boy and a shirt for my girl!

Ecochic said...

I would make a peplum shirt for my little girl.

Linda said...

NEW GREATGRANDCHILD COVER-UPS! THANKS!
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Susie'sfun2 said...

Love this Saltwater fabric it's very fun to sew. If I won I'd sew up some cute little leggings.

Erica said...

Leggings would be adorable in these prints!! Maybe matching ones for my 2.5 yo and 3 mo!!

Tamie said...

I have a new grand baby on the way. A blanket would be great!

Colleen Oleary said...

I love this line and would make my youngest grandson a one piece playsuit. Just love these prints!

Sarah PSMomReviews said...

With a son named Jonah, we love all the nautical prints. Especially whales!

Nancy said...

Beautiful fabric! Would love to make sleepers for my new grandson.

Nicole said...

Definitely would make an awesome skirt for my daughter!

Cecilia said...

I would make leggings for my granddaughters.

Elizabeth said...

Love, love, love birch organic fabrics!

DianeY said...

No babies around, but the olders love tees

corrie said...

I'd love to make a tee to match my tropical fish tee! I'm a marine biologist so anything fishy is awesome!

Melissa Koehn said...

Like so many others, I would make something for my grandson!

Lynne Tilley said...

Something for my new granddaughter

GranChris said...

I know I would make a baby bunting for a friend expecting a new one.

Rineke said...

A lovely quilt for one of my sons.

Gailanne said...

The Saltwater collection looks so amazing...I want to make a dress for my youngest granddaughter from one of the knits.

Joy said...

We live on a boat, this would be such a perfect fabric collection. I'd love to make some doll clothing for my little girl.

cathie said...

I would make a summer dress for my grandaughter. This fabric range is wonderful

kayla starr said...

Absolutely love this fabric!

Claire H said...

I'm all about long sleeve knit T shirts at the moment. I would love some of this fabric for my next one!

Michele T said...

What an adorable baby!!! I love all Sweetwater collections!!! I'd love to make some pj bottoms for my son and daughter!!

OhioLori said...

would make Sweeeeet jammie's for the Granboy!!! :) Also a cozy Blankie!

Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too!!

Deb Christie said...

I would love to have Mermaid Day and see if I could squeeze a Polo style shirt from it for myself.

Jennyroo said...

I would make a couple of soft infinity scarves with this lovely jersey! Have me dreaming of summer at the oceanside all through the cold and dreary winter to come! Thanks for sharing!

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