Fabric Friday


Valentine’s Day may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spread a little love. A gift made out of Michael Miller, Love Multi would be oh so sweet. You could even use the yard of fabric to wrap a present like we did here. Speaking of gifts, I’m on the hunt for the perfect birthday gift for a friend. What great gifts have you given to someone special?

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Michael Miller, Love Multi tell us a gift you made or bought that you were so excited to give. 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 Dear Stella, Piper, Floral Punch is…

Sonja B said…
I would love to use this to make matching saddle pads for my riding lessons students and a matching headband for me, as their coach! Heading into the next pony club show with matching saddle pads and pink polo shirts, how cute would we be?!?

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

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Susan M.

I was adopted at the age of 4 and quickly became a Daddy’s girl. Each Valentines Day I received a card from him that said “I’m so glad you picked me”. Fast forward 50 years and the tradition continues. Two years ago before putting away the Christmas tree I turned it into a Valentine Tree using all the V. cards and enclosed notes my dad has given me all these years. I took a picture of it, turned it into a puzzle and sent it to him with a note that said “I love you to pieces”. By far, it is the best gift I’ve ever given.

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Mary Mac

About thrity years ago when I first learned to cross stitch I made my mom a Christmas Santa pillow. One of my favorite pieces.

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Stephanie Hastie

wHEN we were still dating, I made my 1st quilt, and gave it to my now husband as a christmas gift.

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Kilara

I was excited to give my sister a custom set of jewelry catch-alls. I molded them with porcelain clay, stamped them with lace, baked, shaded the imprint with gold and sealed them. They were a hit, now both our college roommates want some.

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Emily

Once I crocheted a mustache for a toddler. It’s probably either lost or encrusted with snot by now, but he had a lot of fun with it for a while, running around saying, “excuse me, I mustache you a question!” But fabric for me means quilts, so that’s probably how I’d use the prize if I won.

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Andrea

I found a sweet painting of a kitty that reminded me of one my friend had saved. It had been living and giving birth to kittens in her storage shed. Now Mama Cat and her painted Sister Cat are warm and cozy, usually in the nook beside the fireplace.

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Ginger Shelton

I made a newsboy cap and necktie for my Etsy shop. My daughters friend stopped by to visit with her darling little 2 year old and admired the St. Patty’s Day green. I gave her my sample set and her little darling was so cute in it and it made her day!!!

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