Monday, October 10, 2011

Giving it Away!


I know I said I'd post this last week, but in my defense, I have 3 children. And I went to visit my mom. And I picked up a last minute project for market. Yeah, that's all I got. So sorry.
On a brighter more Delightful! note, I have some fabric just sittin' up on my shelf trying to collect dust and it needs a home...really bad!

 Just take a look at how pretty it is...

 My friend Amanda (aka the Quilted Fish) really can design. These fabrics are so fun to work with (trust me, I know) and they are just so bright and happy! They are bound to bring a smile to any seamstress' face!

So have at it! Go on, leave a comment (you know you want to) and tell me what you would do with an entire fat quarter bundle of this fabric! Me? I would make my baby girl a quilt and a little ruffly dress. :) Maybe I'll go do that right now...on second thought, I should finish my market projects first.

And if you're really ambitious you can enter a 2nd time for mentioning this on FB!

A 3rd time if you put it on Twitter!

And another if you blog about it!

Good Luck! Oh, and check Amanda's blog tomorrow for something super Delightful! and Jumbo Glamorous! hehe.

*Disclaimer: If Roni is the only person that enters my giveaway then I'm going to give her the bundle all sewn up in something baby like for her little bundle. Just kidding...maybe. :P

This giveaway is closed.

94 comments:

Beth said...

i'm all over this! ummm a super cute little romper to wear over her wool leggings, and mix it up with minky for a cozy blanket:)

Jessica said...

A table runner for my MIL? Or maybe a cute baby gift for my cousin's new baby girl? The possibilities are endless!

Jill said...

Oh, this is gorgeous! I would love to make a big quilt with this to have on our couch for snuggling.

Terry said...

Oh, I'd be so into making place mats with this fabulous fabric. It matches my dishes and new farm table.

Not that I'm kissing up to the judge or anything, but you're an awesome seamstress and I love your mother. :o)

Sarah said...

Soooo cute! Love this line! I would make my SIL Delight a super cute quilt and perhaps a patchwork skirt for her new little bundle coming in January.

Sarah said...

I shared on Facebook as well!

Onimuoyinbo said...

Really great colours. Will make dresses and skirts for my nieces or make them a quilt each.

allsewnup said...

Table runners or placemats with good sized napkins. It's so pretty!
Thank you for the chance.

Carolyn

L Cook said...

If I got this fabric, I would have my friend Tiffany help me make matching fluffy dresses for my darling girlies!

Familia_Henderson said...

With three girls I am sure it would end up something cute for them!
Matching skirts or maybe a braided rug for their room!

Earthtones Girl said...

Those colors are so bright and beautiful.
I would make a quilt for my best friend who gets "the blues" really badly during the winter season. Having something so colorful to snuggle under would be a great pick-me-up. I get to quilt and make someone happy.

Emily said...

Oh yay! I have been dying to make an adorable patchwork dress for Grace...this fabric would be perfect!

Just Julie said...

The reds and yellows would look PERFECT in my kitchen for a fun table runner or placemats. Of course I always love making cute bags.. Great fabrics!!!

Lee and Roni Poston said...

Posted you on FB. :) Not for an entry in your giveaway!! Just some BFF love. Also just hoping you cancel the giveaway and make something for me instead LOL. Good luck to everybody.

Leanne said...

Love the fabric. I would make my girls matching dresses or skirts, or maybe a fun bag.

The Wyler Family said...

how fun! i love fabric! i think i would make a blanket for my baby girl!

The Wyler Family said...

i just posted it on facebook! :)

chinaowensfam@gmail.com said...

I have 4 daughters and am gearing up to move in January - so I'll probably pack it away for a spring project...to be named later. :)

I LOVE the color variety! My daughters are all getting new rooms (2 for the 4 of them) so I'm sure we'll find a good use for it.

Beth said...

Definitely a cute outfit for my girls...maybe a twirl dress for one, and some ruffled pants for the other?! Adorable fabric!!!

tbmroberts at yahoo dot com

Cheme' said...

With three girlies, I would definitely make matching dresses! I love these fabrics!

Jeff & Ashlee Olsen & Family said...

I SO need this fabric! I have a blanket I started for Addie like 6 months ago & I haven't finished it because I've been waiting for some really cute fabric like THIS! I need to make some table runners too, so this would be perfect!

Jessica :) said...

I would really love to make a dress or romper for my little girl. This fabric would be so perfect!

Kasey said...

I would make a bed spread for my little girl who has to get a big girl bed in the next few months. I love those colors.

Jessica K. said...

I would make some fun dresses for my little girl or a super fun quilt! This is such beautiful fabric thanks for the giveaway.

jcgk said...

Since I am the anti-craft, I'd have to beg my Mom (or maybe bribe Roni) to make me something....something to put in my "I Better Have a Girl Someday" bin in the basement. :)

TammyP said...

Hmmm.... This is super cute fabric!! The answer is, what wouldn't I do?? The possibilities are endless! I would probably do some patchwork quilted skirts for my girls for Easter!

jcgk said...

Figured I'd go whole-hog....posted on FB and tweeted it....

Annalee Taylor said...

Oh I want it! I still havent made Miss Leighton a quilt, that would be the perfect project for these ugly days, Im going crazy and it has just begun!!

Robin and Stephenie said...

Anything that gets made from this will be darling. I am a beginner but I am sure anything with straight lines I could figure out ;).

Jenny and Travis said...

I'd love to make a quilt with it for my soon-to-be-arriving baby girl (with some help from talented friends). SO cute!

Jerod, Shelley, and Hunter Stanley said...

How about this... you give the fabric to ME and I will make a quilt for roni's baby!!! Sound good?

Jenny and Travis said...

Just posted about it on fb!

Jerod, Shelley, and Hunter Stanley said...

And I posted the giveaway on Facebook! Woohoo!

Joan and Kevin said...

I love the fabric, I would make a beautiful quilt out of the fabric.

Sara said...

so cute! I would make some cutie clothes for my 2 nieces!

Natalie said...

Super cute! I can think of all kinds of fun things to do with this!

tko said...

First I'd make little skirts for my granddaughters...then I'd use it for trim on some vintage dishtowels for Christmas gifts...Love it!

Julie said...

OHH, more fabric to have fun with! A couple of baby quilts would be so fun to make!

Thanks for the giveaway

Wilde Family said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the colors!!! So bright and fun =) I rarely win anything, but IF I did...I would have to make cute matching skirts for my girls to wear (and some adorable quilts!). January 10 my Porter would have been one, so the colors would really "brighten" up the pics that we'll take with a little red balloon to represent him =) Good luck all!

Wilde Family said...

facebook tagged you =) Hope all is well with your adorable family!

Purple Quilter Queen said...

I'd sew up a couple of baby quilts for our local hospital's NICU ward. Very pretty colors!! Jenn

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Very fun fabric! I would make a quilt and little quilted bags with any leftovers~ then I'd have to keep my eye on the quilt and watch my DD walk off with the bags. LOL Who am I kidding~ she would probably get off with everything, but I'd still have the fun of making things with adorable fabric! Thanks for the chance!

Rachelle said...

some project bags for my knitting and maybe a lap quilt

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

You have great ideas- I would make my granddaughter a ruffly dress and a quilt for her bed!

Shelley Eggett said...

Such cute fabric! I'm feeling a super cute quilt coming on.

PameliaJane said...

Cute fabric, with 5 granddaughters you know I'd find some lovely things to make for them...they are always wanting me to make something for them...right now they are all begging for tote bags!

The Smiths said...

I have three friends who are about to have baby girls. Headbands, flower bows, blankets, you name it that bundle could produce SO MUCH CUTENESS!

Smith Family said...

hmm...there are so many fun things I could make with this fabric but I'm thinking a fun throw quilt with flowers appliqued on it would be a lot of fun.

Missy said...

I'm a new follower and I'd love to use this to make a baby quilt.

Fran said...

I would probably make another quilt...to keep this time! :)

Mom2RyandSis said...

Such cute fabric, would love to make a bouncy skirt for my daughter :)

Chris Wooten said...

I would so love to win this fat quarter. I am new to sewing and my supplies are very low..so thank you..it is beautiful fabric

I would use the fat quarter to make a canvas clock.

thanks

mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

Pat said...

Cute!! I'd make my 2 month old granddaughter a tiny dress and I'd create a fabulous bag for each of my daughters - and for me! thanks for the chance to win!

Kate R said...

Love this fabric! I'm working on quilts for my nieces for Christmas. I have the fabric for one picked out but not yet for the other - this would be perfect!

spatig fam said...

Hello Miss Tiffany, Toree says SHE WANTS IT!!!!!! PICK HER!! I am sure her and Grandma can make something cute!!!!! SO PLEase PICK US.. SHE WANTS TO A PURSE OUT OF IT!!!!

Caren said...

Ha! Apparently word is out about the giveaway! (sorry Roni) :)
Oh my. I've got 3 kiddos, too (5 & under) and I'd love to make a sweet little dress for my just-turned-two year old (my only girl). Blanket? Nope. Too ambitious for me. I'd want it with minky backing, and YIKES, that fuzz gets EVERYWHERE! And binding? I know nothing about that - I'd hate to "practice" on such beautiful fabric (even if it didn't cost me anything)! But oh, isn't it delightful?!!! :)

Robbie said...

I think Delighted would make a beautiful quilt!

Jess said...

I love those fabrics! I'm all about making dresses for my little niece, and she would look fab in a dress with these designs!

MoeWest said...

I would be happy to give your delightful fabric a new home. I think it needs to be a quilt. Perhaps some of it needs to be a pretty bag. Thanks for the giveaway.

MoeWest said...

I tweeted. https://twitter.com/#!/MoeWest/status/123979267414560768

Debra said...

A quilt with a matching pillow would be great!

Debra said...

I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/Lealee33/status/123988505176182784

Debra said...

I shared the giveaway on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=233718516686005&id=1392606405

Debra said...

I posted your giveaway onmy blog here: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

Sue Bone said...

Swoon is on my quilting bucketlist, so I'd make a Delightful Swoon

The Stitchinista said...

I just adore all things Amanda! This fabric would be perfect for a girlie little quilt for my niece who is starting to take up sewing just like her Aunt & Grammy!

QuiltNut Creations said...

I have a baby girl quilt to make, this would be perfect! thanx for the chance

QuiltNut Creations said...
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QuiltNut Creations said...

I tweeted it

QuiltNutOne
fun fabric giveaway tinyseamstress.blogspot.com/2011/10/giving…

Sophisticat Studio said...

Such cute fabrics! They would be perfect for some cushions for a certain little girls cupcake-themed room, or even for bunting for the same room. Or a dozen other projects!

gill said...

Gorgeous fabrics! Congratulations to Amanda!
I'd love to make a picnic quilt for next summer!

Diane aka Nana said...

That fabric is so pretty! I think I'd make a quilt with part if it (for me to keep coz its too pretty to give away.) The leftovers would be used to make something pretty for my two granddaughters.

Also, I saw your bag on The Quilted Fish and I love it. I'll be purchasing that pattern soon....gotta have that bag!! :)

Greene Family said...

Am I too late?! Beautiful fabric! I would try to make my first quilt. :)

Quilter in the Gap said...

I would probably make a quilt. I think it is such a happy fabric so it would make a happy quilt. Thanks for sharing.

Quilter in the Gap said...

I shared your giveaway on FB

Quilter in the Gap said...

I tweeted about your giveaway @gaprhonda

Quilter in the Gap said...

I added your giveaway to my blog http://gapquilter.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

chefpa said...

If I won this fabric, first I'd put it on the table for a few days, just to look at it. It's so beautiful. Then...perhaps I'd make a few bags out of it. Thanks for the chance to win!

B said...

I think I"d made a dress for my sweet girl! Super cute!!!!!

B said...

Shared it on facebook too!

barbieaford @ yahoo. com

B said...

And on my blog!
www.ourcrazycraftylife.blogspot.com

The Junk-It Folk said...

I would be DELIGHTED to have this! First I'd just look at it for awhile and then I'd probably make some kind of little purse or clutch. Thanks for the give away!

Paula said...

So pretty! A baby quilt is a great idea and I just happen to know a baby girl who needs one :)
Thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Paula said...

Just posted on FB (Paula Lemos)
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Paula said...

And put it on Twitter too (ap_lemos)
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Wendy said...

Gorgeous giveaway, thanks! Hmm, what would I make with it? I don't have children, so no children's clothes and I'm very new to quilting, so not a quilt. I'd make bags and pouches and purses and fabric trays.

Emily Crss said...

Love it, Tiffany! Fun giveaway! :)

Second Chance Tan said...

I would make lots of the 'fat quarter bag' tutorial, so that I could give all my friends and family gorgeous bright happy bags for Christmas

pebbles_mjp said...

I would love to make a baby girl dress with matching bonnet for my niece. Maybe even a little pacifier purse...gotta start the little ones out early with the purses :)

Greene Family said...

Posted on Facebook! :) Now to actually login to my blog!

Connie said...

What beautiful fabric!
Some how I would need to get 3 little quilts, 3 little dresses and 3 little purses, all for my 3 little grand-daughters.
Thanks for the chance to win!
Connie F

Fuhriman Family said...

I would split it with my two quilt buddies and we would make super cute quilts with it!!!

Denice Buckley said...

I think I would to make cute skirts for the granddaughters. Maybe cute aprons and even table runners. and of course a bay quilt. but maybe I could do all them. if I did the strip quilt with scraps. :) Oh what fun!!!

Christie said...

Beautiful! Am I too late to enter? This fabric would be perfect for the baby quilt I want to make for my daughter's teacher. :)