Fabric Friday

If this cute Mint Blossom, Down Under, Outback Ivory isn’t enough to make you want to hop on a plane and fly to the Outback, I don’t know what is. I mean baby koalas, wandering porcupine and the most curious/adorable looking platypus ever, really? In the meantime, while you’re planning your next trip to Australia, enter for the chance to win one yard of Mint Blossom, Down Under, Outback Ivory to hold you over.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Mint Blossom, Down Under, Outback Ivory tell us where you would go if you could buy a ticket and fly out today. 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…


Fabric Friday
The winner of one yard of Michael Miller, Tweetie Pie Aqua is…

Suzie Hurst said…
I love “Good Morning” by Mandisa!

Congrats! Look out for an email from us within the week.

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91 Comments

Steph

Well I’m 6 days over due with my second baby, but I was thinking that I would really like to go somewhere tropical right now if I could. Hawaii maybe???

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Kellton

I would go to Nashville Tennessee where the most beautiful little 7 year old on earth lives. I hate that I have to live away from my daughter. The times I get to see her are so short and far apart. It is a sad thing to have an ex who has money.

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Narelle

Australia! All my family is there :( Would love to go visit! And we don’t have porcupines in Australia…they are Echidnas (E-kid-nah) :)

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Sarie

A family trip to Germany and Italy to trace our amcestors’ roots. Love the fabric!!

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audrielle

sanibel island, florida! i want to do an awesome first vacation with my husband for our 5 year anniversary, but cant get enough funds, so a road trip to yellowstone with have to do. thats okay though wherever we go will be a blast as long as were together :) i can hear the gags lol

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Katie

With baby in tow, Portland OR, but if we can get a plane ticket and babysitter, New Zealand.

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Emily T

I would visit Costa Rica again. We went for our honeymoon, except we had our 16 month-old with us – and we’ve always dreamed about going back some day – ALONE!! :)

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Kayleigh

HAWAII…..always wanted to go. My husband was stationed there for 4 years while he was in USMC, but we weren’t married then & I was in school so I didn’t go :(

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Amy

I shared on facebook! If I could fly anywhere it would be to England to see where my Mum grew up.

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Natalie

I would fly to where there isn’t a colicky baby— but then I would quickly return home to him. I still love him. :)

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Keri C

I would love to go to Austrailia. Have always wanted to, plus I made great friend on Facebook who lives in Brisbane, so I’d love to visit her.

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Kelly.R

Right now I would take anywhere that is less than 100 degrees! So, Australia sounds pretty good but so does Seattle.

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susan mitchell

Id go to Myrtle Beach-a week early! Two weeks on the beach is always better than one;)

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Emily T

Today I think I want to fly to the top of a mountain – maybe the Grand Tetons. Will they let me do that? :)

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Carmen

Well, now that the temps have finally cooled down, I’m ok with staying right here. But if I could go anywhere, I’d want to hop over to the Big Horn Mtns, WY for a while.

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Lorena

I’ve always wanted to go to Australia, but if I could buy a ticket and go anywhere right now, it’d be Bora Bora! Something about those hotel rooms on top of the blue waters…aaaahhhhh!

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Sherry W

I would head to Finland. My husband and his family are from there and I have never been. Sounds like a great adventure and a wonderful culture that I would like to explore more of.

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Erica Lynn

If I could hop on a plane and go anywhere I’d fly to Fiji. I’m just craving somewhere tropic and exotic.

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Shari Darke

On a plane to visit my family in Sydney. BTW there is a wonderful Aussie designer Leesa Chandler. Just bought about 6 yards of her Under The Australian Sun collection.
But this cute fabric looks like it will find its way into a grandchilds project. Can’t let them forget their roots!

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