Fabric Friday

I have been keeping my eye on Fabricworm’s new fabrics rolling in these last few weeks and I want to buy almost every one. The complete Alexander Henry, Mecca for Moderns selection is adorable, especially this Mercer Park Teal fabric.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Alexander Henry, Mecca for Moderns, Mercer Park Teal visit Fabricworm’s New Fabric and Patterns Section and tell us what other fabric has caught your eye. 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 McMorris, Moxie, Chatterbox Sky is…

Kerensa said…
Hmmm, I think I would make a pillowcase dress for my little girland use the scraps for a patchwork tag blanket I am making.

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

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Erin M

I love them all. Felicity Miller, Charleston Farmhouse, Plumpberry Zinni would make a pretty blouse for my little girl. I also love Felicity Miller, Charleston Farmhouse, Rhythm Stripe Night.

Love your blog, by the way!

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Lindsay H

The ABC Critters in teal from Keiki’s Mind Your P’s & Q’s line is totally adorable!

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Larissa

ooh, love the Camelot Cottons, Woodland Adventure, Fall Friends Brown, that would look totally squeee worthy in my little boys room!

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Emmers

Oooo la la, I love those psychadelic Alexander Henry zebra heads, “Africa” – they are awesome!

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Beth T.

I am madly in love with Timber & Leaf. The foxes, the deer, the woodcuts, you name it.

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Keera

I love the “Aneela Hoey, Posy, Bunnies Honeysuckle” it would make such a cute baby Easter dress….

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Stephanie

Alexander Henry, Mecca for Moderns, Mercer Park Pink is the fabric that caught my almost 3 year old’s eye. She wants me to try to make her a fancy skirt for the surprise party shes giving her grandpa.

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Beth T.

I really like the clear reds and blues Heather Mulder Peterson uses in her Summer House collection. I’m thinking of making some curtains for our red and blue kitchen out of the floral.

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Emmers

Wow… I think those Thomas Asbury bundles were just added, they are perfection! I’ll take the whole warm bundle, thank you :)

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Line

I’m in love with Jane Dickson’s High Tide line! Doesn’t it make you think of summer? It does for me… maybe because I’m fed up with this year’s horrible weather!

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Shawna

I really love the Lizzy House constellations fabrics, but especially the supernova pattern. Super cool!

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Katy B

I love the kokka fabrics. I live in Japan right now and these fabrics have a special place in my heart.

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Christina G

Posted Heather Mulder Peterson, Summer House, Garden Taupe on FB. Two words. Spring. Dresses.

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