Fabric Friday

Fabric Friday on Pretty Prudent

Charley Harper for Birch Fabrics Organic’s new fabric – Nurture, Mice Invasion – is so darn cute, don’t you think? I have been trying to figure out what I want to make my niece for Christmas, and I think a pair of new pajama pants or a nightgown might just be it. A new mouse stocking could be adorable too. What do you think you would make with this sweet fabric?

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Sarah J.

Would love to make a little library tote bag for my little girl! Fun fabric- thanks for the chance to win!

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Kathy E.

I would add it to my pile of fabrics to make table runners for every holiday. That is my goal for 2015! I love table runners and I love this fabric!

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melissa

I’m slowly gathering different organic prints in similar color ranges but am not sure what I’m making yet. I’ve added your giveaway to the ongoing giveaway link up on my blog at missourimel.com/giveawayroundup

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Mary Moury

My little one had been asking for a backpack, this would make a sweet surprise lining.

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Lee

This is my daughters favorite line of fabric right now – I would love to make her some cushion covers with it! thank you!

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Misty S.

I’d love to make a clutch for my sister. She’s a big fan of mouse prints and this would be just lovely.

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Jayna

I’d use some of the fabric for wall art to hang above my daughter’s crib, and use the remainder to make a book caddy to hang outside her crib, and the leftover scraps to make a stuffed toy

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Rachel

I would make a pillowcase and try to snip out one of the little smaller clusters to use in a fussy cut quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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Pauline

I would make some summer pjs for my 10 yr old granddaughter – she loves animals of all kinds and birds.
Pauline

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