Cynthia from Fabricworm is always sending us the cutest fabrics for Fabric Friday and I think Sparky & Marie’s Piccadilly Cream is right up there at the top. I love this 70’s posies print it screams, peace, love and groovy times.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Sparky & Marie, Piccadilly, Posies Cream tell us a favorite contribution the 1970s made to society. After thinking it over long and hard I’d have to say the first Earth Day, as well as Pink Floyd’s album Dark Side of the Moon. I’ll help you out with other suggestions like Rubik’s Cube, theory of the Black Hole, first email is sent, and a little unknown movie called Star Wars. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, January 13th. 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 Laurie Wisbrun’s Modern Whimsy, Organic Cotton, Sheep Park is…

S said…

My 5 mo old loves itsy bitsy spider. And I love the big smile on his face when I sing it! -Sharon M

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The 70's gave us a lot of great stuff!! Here's one medical miracle from that decade: On July 25, 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the world's first successful "test-tube" baby was born in Great Britain!!! πŸ™‚


Strawberry Shortcake first debuted in the late 70's as a greeting card cover! I loved Strawberry as a child and now with the new remake my three year old daughter does too!


I'm not even sure what came from the 70s but I have a really cool humble pie record that sounds pretty 70s-ish?

If that doesn't work, I certainly do love me some Star Wars.


Ha, I have to copy a couple of other people. I am a product of the 70s, so I have to say me πŸ™‚


I would say the music…Who doesnt love Stairway to Heaven or lets not forgt Hotel California


I know it's cheesy, and he's not the greatest gift to all of society, but I think that the best thing the 70's brought me was my husband.


I love the Better Homes and Gardens 70's craft magazines with the photo's of tons of crafts but you have to read the fine print to find out if there is a pattern. It's my Where's Waldo. In the 80s the mag's are boring and the photo's obvious. :/ Also – bellbottoms (I think).


all the wonderful style!!! clothes, furniture, deco, hair.. I love the 70's… I was born 1980….and I always wish I had been a young woman in those days…


I must say my MOST favorite 1970’s contribution happened in September 1976 and it is….My Husband, without him I wouldn’t be who I am today!!!


The best thing about the 70s I’d have to say was the invention of the first cell phone… Where would we be today without our smart phones…


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