Fabric Friday

We are changing things up a little bit today with a fun new canvas fabric – Charley Harper for Birch Fabrics Organic, CANVAS, Feeding Station. I just love the colors so much in this fabric, don’t you? The adorable critters kick up the cuteness factor too. You could use this fabric to make a modern woodland Christmas Stocking.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Charley Harper for Birch Fabrics Organic, CANVAS, Feeding Station tell us what you are sewing this holiday 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 Charley Harper for Birch Fabrics Organic, October Edibles is…

Lily Kwan said…
I tweeted about this giveaway on Twitter athttps://twitter.com/likwan/status/405240918661287936..

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



Vicki H

I have sewn a couple of totes with 4 more to do. I also finished 10 kitchen towels and 4 mug rugs.


I am currently sewing new upholstery for our basement redo to get ready for all the holiday guests!

Tonia Jeffery

We recently found out my husband will be losing his job at the end of January so my Christmas sewing list grew like crazy. Sewing to save money on gifts and reduce the fabric we have to move. I’m making a bunk bed fort, hot pads, a skirt, a bowling set, a scarf…


These holidays I’m excited about sewing Christmas decorations and housewarming gifts for a friend who’s moving out of a women’s refuge into her own place.


This holiday I am trying to finish a quilt for my little one, and perhaps some little hand warmers.


A a gift, I’m making your fabric slippers and using leopard print. I made monkey print slippers that came out “just right” for me this summer!

Vanessa G P

I’m trying to make most of my Christmas gifts – totes, make-up bags, infinity scarves, desk charging station basket (for phone, wallet, etc.), rice therapy bags, etc…
Cute, CUTE, fabric. Cheers!


I am making all my Christmas gifts again this year; money is tight! For my grandsons (3 yo and 5 1/2 yo) I have made bowling shirts from a pattern by Scientific Seamstress. I am trying to find some quick-and-easy thing(s) to augment that. For the grown-ups: wine totes, quilted table runners, an embroidered pillow, and a log carrier. I’ve made my son a shirt, the first time I’ve tried to sew adult clothes in a very long time!

Beth T.

I’ve been making table runners, cherry stone heating pads, and baby quilts this holiday season.


Gifts, gifts & more gifts. Mainly baby stuff (baby shirt, blanket & working on shoes next), but also made a hooded (bird) towel and plan on making more for gifting. 🙂

Emiko F

I’m working on a toy for my daughter. It’s from a panel. A fairy tale house that you can open up to carry little stuffed dolls.


Dog coats,gift card envelopes, doll carriers, teddy bears, pillows, shirts, pajama pants, tote bags, neck ties…


I’m sewing fleece and flannel pants for my son and nephew, knitting scarves for sisters and mothers, and maybe some tote bags and stockings if I win some fabric!


I’m sewing placemats, pot holders and curtains!

Thanks for the chance to win that awesome fabric!


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