FABRIC FRIDAY!


You knew it had to be coming, right? This week’s FABRIC FRIDAY is a yard of Anna Maria Horner Lou Lou Thi, Summer Totem Tart. LOVE LOVE LOVE! I want a little of this for my patio project.

Leave comments on any and all posts this week, we will pick our fave next Friday and announce the winner right here.
Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

 Urban Chiks Hullabaloo, Zoology Grey from Fabricworm goes to:

AnnaPK said… 

Did I miss it or did you not plant dill to use in the massively awesome spicy pickle recipe you gave us last year? I think about these pickles daily! Well I am 8 months pregnant ;)I can’t wait to make them again!!

Mmmmm! Thanks for the reminder to make some pickles Anna! Here’s our spicy recipe and here’s our dill recipe!

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40 Comments

Rachael

I just recently made a quilt with Erin McMorris's Wildwood collection, and that would be adorable in a future quilt!!

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Sarah

wouldn't this fabric make the perfect pillow for a porch swing? one of my favorite places to hang out in the summertime….

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Karin

I fell in love with this fabric before it was even released and immediately purchased some to make a new summer bag for myself. I never do that! But it is SO beautiful! I would LOVE to have a whole yard to play with!!

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Lisa

I found your site while looking for instructions on how to make my own nursing cover and this fabric would be perfect for that project! So pretty!
-Lisa

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The Lytton Life

Looooove the fabric. My husband just got me my first staple/nail gun and I'm making my first head board tomorrow! Stumbled upon and bookmarked your sight while searching for tips on making a changing pad cover (for my best friend…shhh;) Thanks for all your ideas and helpful hints!

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Me? A Mom?

This is the kind of fabric that would have huge hoarding potential. I think I would probably fold and unfold it for at least a year before even considering taking a scissors to it. Like a fine wine, you know? Why rush it when it improves with age?

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hellosteffi

My baby boy is 18 months old and every time he sees an animal (even in print) he gets so excited. I'd love to use a fabric with animal print for him. I think he knows all the animals featured, except for the llama. It would be awesome to teach him what kind of sound a llama makes!

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Lee

Love this line of fabric – you are right – great porch redo potential and my porch needs som TLC. thanks for the giveaway.

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covering

Its such a pretty print. what would I make with it……oversize pillows? the back of a baby quilt for my charity bee? a skirt for me?….it may take me sometime to decide 😀

Thanks for sharing 🙂

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Amy

Wow. I love the fabric. I don't know what I'd do with it though. I think I'd have to hold and and see what it wants to be. Does that sound weird?

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Sarah Rose

I think I could design a whole bedroom set based on this fabric! Maybe a child's nursery.. wouldn't it be funny if I started making all of these baby things for a baby like sheets and valances etc and my husbands like who are these for? And I say a new baby!! *hint hint*

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Marcia W.

LouLouThi would be so much fun to use to make a little dress for 6 month old baby EllieLou, with a matching headband for me (greataunt MarciaLou). Awesome fabric.

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Sue

This print has just enough vintage appeal that I think it will go well with some vintage hankie projects I'm working on. If I misjudged it from the picture I know it will make a fab bag! Thanks for the giveaway!

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