I am completely in love with this Circa 52, Cars Natural fabric by Monaluna. The wheels were turning in my head as soon as I saw these 1950s classic cars speeding across the organic cotton. My dream would be to own each one of these vehicles during my lifetime. I think I’d start with the Volkswagon Bus, go big or go home.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Monaluna Circa 52, Organic Cotton, Cars Natural tell us if you could live in any decade which would it be. I think mine would be the 1920s. I love the finger waves, drop waist dresses, and jazzy music. I think I’ve been watching too much Boardwalk Empire. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, December 9th. Tweet, Stumble, or share on Facebook and leave another comment letting us know. Come back every day for new entries. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce right here next Friday.

Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

The winner of one yard of Erin Michaels Funky Monkey, Monkey Sock Aqua is…

Tori and John

I have to say one of my favorite toys was a cabbage patch!! I am pregnant with my 3rd (first girl) and we were name debating and my grandmother even mentioned one of the names from a cabbage patch we have named ๐Ÿ™‚ Now, we are doing here room in Sock monkeys and sock elephants and sock giraffs!! This fabric would be great in there!!!

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I'd like to go back to the 1990's – when I was a teenager and live the fun again and do some things a little differently…


Oh I love the dresses from 1920's, the retro things from the 70's and the music from the 80's!!! And I love those cars on the fabric, so cute!


Mine would be 1940. ๐Ÿ™‚ I love that question, I always wish I lived in a different decade. lol Thanks for the giveaway!

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I'm not sure if I would go for the 20's (Love that era too!) or even earlier, sometime in the 1800's. So hard to decide!

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Allison C

I would stick with the present time. I love my gadgets and technological items…especially my digital screen sewing machine. Can you imagine sewing all by hand or pumping the foot crank to sew? It would take forever. I'm too impatient.


Definantly the 60s i di t know ive always felt like i should have been a flower child

The Jepperson's

I definitely could live in the 1900-1910 decade. Honestly I think I could even do pre-1900. I love the style. I am also a huge do-it-yourself fan.


mine would be the 2000s- lame in know. but i really loved this decade, so many good things happened to me! if i had to pick historical, it would be 1900- i saw one century change, i would like to see another!


I'd go for the 1920s so I could be a little bit of a rebel girl, maybe pal around with some gangsters and learn to shoot a tommy gun. ๐Ÿ˜‰


Roaring twenties…that would be a great choice and Regency England, 1811-1820 ish captures my imagination too.


I would definently want to live in the late 50's early 60's!! Mad Men era!! Love love love the women's fashions, think about Jackie Kennedy back then!!!


Lovely fabric. I would go for the 50s. . . great styling of clothing, cars and products. Abundance, but not yet going overboard like later decades.

Melissa Ann

I always wanted to head back to the time of Laura Ingalls. And I'm totally in love with this fabric for my boy's big boy quilt!


I would have to say the 50s with high hopes of having met my favorite author, Jack Kerouac, or any of the other crazies he followed ๐Ÿ™‚


I would love to relive the 80's. I was born in 81' but I wouldn't really say that I truly lived the free spirit, anything goes, carefree life. I was still into Care Bears.


I'm always saying I want to be a 50's houseife but I don't really care for cooking or cleaning. Well not when I really don't have time for it.


I could live in the 70s. I love the mustard yellow and the pea soup green. Flower Power!


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