Thursday, 12 June 2014

Stash Builder Giveaway!

Fancy a wee giveaway?


How about 8 delicious fat quarters from Fabric Yard!


Aren't they lovely!  Well lucky for you, Alice is having a summer sale this weekend, so pop on over to her website and have a browse.  Then come back to my blog and leave me a comment telling me what fabrics you would like to buy and for what project!


Alice has a brilliant selection of fabrics and if they don't tempt you, then her £1 flat rate shipping within the UK just might!

The giveaway is open to international readers too, and I'll draw the winner on Wednesday 18th June.

I won't be able to reply to all your comments this time, and if you are a 'no reply comment' blogger, you must also leave your email address with your comment.  Otherwise your entry cannot be included.

Best of luck everyone!

Jude xo


54 comments:

  1. so much to choose from! lots of lotta, hr meeses, home sewing made easy ii!! fab!

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  2. I would love little tenderest gray to make some fabric baskets for my 1st grandsons nursery

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  3. The snug range is gorgeous and in the sale, the aqua and the snails would make the most amazing little dress for my niece. Or one of the many zip pouches going around the internet at the moment

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  4. I'd get some of the Tea Room Periwinkle...to make a Tea Cozy & napkins, for my BFF! She uses Teapots everyday! :) Would also get some Sweet Quilt Red print...to use as a backing for a Hexie throw! Lots of grrrreat fabrics to pick for for sure!!

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  5. what a collection of fabrics, most of these i have never seen before. I would like to use the calico cats along with some plain for a mini blanket, well 2 for the two cats by daughters have. Would also be very tempted with tearoom periwinkle just to have in my stash till i got round to making a runner for the table

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  6. Hi Judith and thank you for a lovely give away!
    Nautical Beach Huts! Those little, colourful houses would be perfect for summer pillows, pouches and many other cute things! I miss also beautiful flower fabrics for some romantic sewings. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Hi and thank you for giving the opportunity to international readers too!

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  8. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. The fabric that caught my eye was the geekly skulls in pink, enchant main in white and the pagoda garden in blue. I've no idea what I would make!

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  10. loverly giveaway. I would love to use the green elephants. I would make a cushion for the garden

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  11. What a lovely give away! I saw so many gorgeous fabrics that I have no answer to the question. There are so many I would like to buy so I do not have any more excuses to finally make a fussy cut quilt.

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  12. Thanks for the introduction, I had not heard of the shop. I'd go for Heather bailys strawberries, some crowns, flower fairies (my daughter has got plans) and for me? some pearl bracelets.

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  13. Agh I'm on a fabric fast and sales really don't help! I would stock up on Pearl Bracelets in orange and grey for a Supertote I'm dreaming of!

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  14. I would like some Melody Miller Rotary in Aspic for recovering an ottoman that we are refurbishing at the minute.

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  15. Oh my! Lizzy, Lotta, Heather - who's not to like over there! In the end, my heart flutters for the Echino for a few zippy bags I'd like to make in July as gifts. They're perfect for two teenage girls :)

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  16. I really like the Nautical Beach Huts, I'd make some lounge pillows for the garden.

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  17. Hi, I'm hoarding blues, teals and greys for a muted throw quilt at the mo (trying to get away from the bright pinks which seem to be creeping into all my WIPs!) and the Indigo Sparkles would be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. what a fun giveaway! I like the Sasparilla Alphabet Multi, it would make a great backing for a childs charity quilt :-)

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  19. Great giveaway. I would have to make something like a pencil case in the geeky shoes fabric and something for myself in the smoke stack fabric.

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  20. There's far too much choice, but I think Littlest Dream Clouds Clear would make a great quilt backing.

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  21. Calaveras in pink....my daughter is coming to the age where cuteness is out and cool is in so I'd make a nice bag for her hols to carry passport etc. thx

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  22. What a marvellous giveaway Judith! I love the Elephants and they would be fabulous in baby quilts. Marie x (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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  23. I spied some Heather Ross Briar Rose in Frog Pond. A half metre of that, gathered and stitched to the bottom of a tee shirt will make a sweet little dress for my granddaughter. So quick and easy!

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  24. Very pretty bundle! I do love Pearl Bracelets, they look good in any project!

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  25. I rather fancy some of the Sweet as Honey range and I am in cushion making mode at the moment. Thanks for a great giveaway. x

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  26. I'm rather liking theEnchant line. Not seen that before. Her shipping deal is fab!

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  27. I like Glimma and Pearl Bracelets - I'm collecting fabrics for a picnic quilt!

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  28. What a lovely giveaway! I am already planning my heather ross quilt as we speak!

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  29. I think it would have to be the Home Sewing Is Easy in bright for me. I have a bag taking shape in my head for it, well when I say bag, I mean rucksack really. Thanks for the giveaway, have a good weekend :)

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  30. Hmm, I think I might need to finally cave on some Wee Wander! Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  31. I am loving the Fishies Seafoam. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  32. floating fun bubble is so cute. I have perfect hexy project for that.

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  33. I love love Reminisce Enamored Cranberry. I would use it as a backing for my Scrappy Trip quilt so it can be reversible and gorgeous on both sides!! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  34. Ohhhh, I love 'Essentials Festive Sparkles' (and the same print in indigo) and think it would make some gorgeous fussy cut hexies...

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  35. I think the Pat Bravo Essential Sparkles are fantastic and it would be a bag I would make, a bit addicted at the moment.

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  36. Hi j, I like the Glimma Slate. Am collecting greys at the moment. Thanks for the chance.

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  37. I love the Merry (Christmas) selection: never to early to be thinking of Christmas!!!

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  38. I'm building up my stash of Geekly Chic to make a plus quilt.

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  39. Interesting fabrics... You can make me waste a lot of time... I would probably go for the 'mini dots in grey' The colours are lovely.. And it would line a bag or two...

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  40. Woww... A good fabric.. I will make a blanket for my new baby.. I choose the pink one with cute picture..

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  41. This one is gorgeous, I think it would be great for a curtain for my daughter's bedroom.
    http://www.fabric-yard.co.uk/medium-multi-dot-on-white.html#.U56D3vlmN8E

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  42. Hello! I'm so glad to have found your blog & Etsy shop! Her fabrics are lovely too! I really like the Sidewalks Floral in Teal. I would use it to make a couple of bed pillows because I'm decorating my bedroom in a Shabby Chic, Floral, Girly, Lacey style. Fun! Thank-you for the chance!

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  43. soooo many to choose from.. it might have to be the Russian dolls or the owls! To make another lovely purse for me this time :) See you Thursday, Sally

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  44. I would love the Carnaby Street Go-Go London Lustrous for the artsiest of dresses!:)

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  45. Love pearl bracelets, zigzag, stripes on cream red, multi dot, and lovey dovey stripes for some wire headbands and pillow cases

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  46. I'd like to get the Pristine Paisley Wedgewood Blue fabric for a blanket for my niece.
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  47. First off, great giveaway, thank you! :D
    Glad you wrote 'fabrics' and not just fabric, because no way would I be able to chose just one! I'd make Rockabilly dresses from 'Aloha! - Vintage Pareo' and 'Tattoo Tea' (which is sadly out of stock). 'Roomful Fairytale' would make an absolutely adorable baby blanket! I'd make a bag from 'Baile de Calaveras Tea Sepia' and maybe colour in some of the flowers, I tink that'd look great :) And 'Quaint Cupcakes Grey' would make an amazing apron! Okay, I'll better leave it at that, before I get carried away!

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  48. Thanks for the chance! I love the 'Mermaid Play Breeze' fabric. It'd be perfect for pillow cases I have in mind.

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  49. The Pearl Bracelets would be good, although the fabrics in your pic are a lovely selection in itself. I'd have a go at zipped pouches.

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  50. She has geekly chic glasses in pink! And on sale too? When's pay day again?

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  51. i'd love the Tea Room Periwinkle for an apron!

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