Fabric Friday


Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Mod Basics, Organic, Birdie Spokes Sun is a wonderful fabric to use in a spring sewing project. I’d love to use it to make a new toiletries bag for myself, since I’m bursting out of the one I have on this trip. I think I’d like to use a bright teal fabric for the inside lining. I know what I’m doing when I get back.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Mod Basics, Organic, Birdie Spokes Sun tell us what spring project you have in mind for the season. 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 Denyse Schmidt, Shelburne Falls, Circle Square Maple is…

Dawn said…

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Melissa

I bought some gorgeous voile 2 years ago to make a top that I never got around to…. hoping to finally cut into it this spring!

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Barbara Simone

I have a spring messenger bag I’d like to make, but and looking for just the right fasteners. I found a great pattern for a tunic as well.

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Lisa Marie

I am taking a class at a quilt show this spring. It’s called “Surprise Yourself!” so I guess I will be making a surprise project. Should be fun!

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Carly B.

loving these designs! I’d love to make something for baby (due Sept. 5th) – a sweet tummy time quilt or something for the nursery!

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Tamara P

I’m moving cross country this spring and some new curtains are in order! I think this would be perfect for in the kitchen.

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Beth T.

I spent the day making color books for three two-year olds. This yellow birdy fabric has me thinking of making books featuring animals and birds on each page. Wouldn’t that be cute?

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Lisa Marie

I have just started cutting fabric for a very spring-like quilt with large flowers and lots of bright yellow. I love yellow!

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Sierra Howerton

My goal is to get the back porch looking amazing! I need to buckle down and get planting and creating.

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jolene

I’m going to make a nursing cover for my husband and my first baby – a baby girl who will be born in two months!

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Beth T.

I am finishing up a wall-hanging featuring our yellow house. This would make a great backing for my March project.

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Shelly

It’s not sewing related, but my upcoming spring project is an herb garden. I’ve missed cooking with fresh herbs this winter!

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Carmen

I want to make some cute spring outfits for my daughter… if it ever gets warm enough for her to wear them 🙁

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Auntie Sarah

This weekend I plan to show my daughter how to make an Easter dress for my friend’s daughter, who calls me Auntie Sarah… my friend is dealing with cancer/chemotherapy right now and the budget is tight,and the days tiresome for her. I know she would like to sew for her, so in the meantime we will take up the slack. I am hoping this brightens spring for them!
I discovered this site lookng for simple patterns for dresses, and this fabric with the little birdies would be perfect to make the little snap dress with! i can just see her running around in rain boots and her birdie dress 🙂
Happy Sewing All!

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Karen Propes

I just started working on a quilt or wall hanging with large circles, each circle has fabric that tells the story of my Granddaughter’s life, one circle per year. I’m going to create the circles and applique them on so I can go back and add on the next few years. I’m excited to finish one circle.
Thanks for the chance to win.
ncjeepster@aol.com

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