Fabric Friday


Denyse Schmidt’s Chicopee, Paisley Lime fabric is the prettiest touch of vintage charm. I’ve been trying to decide what exactly I want to make with it, but my mind keeps getting filled with so many ideas. I’d really just love to have yards and yards of it to make it all.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Denyse Schmidt, Chicopee, Paisley Lime tell us what you would make with this pretty fabric. 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 Mint Blossom, Down Under, Outback Ivory is…

Mary said…
I would fly to Ireland- a place I have always wanted to travel to. My grandparents came to the US from Ireland so my dad was 1st generation American.

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

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89 Comments

Tracy

Hmmm…… Coin purse, coasters, burp clothes…. Lots of small, fun projects that add that little bit of beauty to everyday life.

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Jennifer C

I think with just one yard I would make a cute messenger bag with this fabric. I LOVE it!

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Vanessa G P

I’d love to make something for my girls with this great print – perhaps a dress or a cute hat.

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Shawna

Potholders would be really cute with this fabric- maybe with matching dishtowels…

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Lauren H.

That fabric is so pretty! I think I’d make a pillowcase dress for my friend’s new little girl (she’s only 2 months old, but I’m sure she’ll be up and running before too long!).

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Kris K

Since I have two daughters, I’d make something for at least one of them, but really try to manage clothes for both from this gorgeous print!

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Eileen

I just got the most amazing vintage McCall’s shift patterns from 1962 for my 4 year old! The paisley would be perfect!!

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Kate

Okay. So I totally NEED that fabric for my daughters quilt. I am amassing the stock and working up my game plan and waiting for my older girls to head back to school so I can begin. It’s beautiful. If I don’t win I’m heading over to the shop to buy it! Thanks for the tip!

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Lori L.

I would try mod podging it to a vintage dresser I just purchased for our nursery. The colors are perfect!

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Deborah

I am making my 2 year old a play kitchen and this would make the sweetest little curtain or table cloth!

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Emily Kim

I would make cute book covers for Grad school.
I’m kind of going on a venture this month. I’m quitting my job so can I pursue a career teaching English.
These covers would really give me the motivation to study and be optimistic.

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Chuen

fabric give aways: waaauw, i like this, i’d wish i knew this a long time ago, lol
well, i love animals & i love sewing, what i would make with that cute fabric: my so adorable nephew would have sweet dreams in his animal~pyjama,
cause he loves animals so much :D !
Greetz, chuen

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Denise Caselli

I would love to make a quilt for a friend, or maybe some pillowcase dresses for some needy girls in Haiti!

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