Fabric Friday

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We have been drooling over all the new spring fabrics in at Fabricworm. Heather Bailey’s new floral fabrics are bursting with bright colors and fun prints for spring. Today we are giving away one of these sweet fabrics – Heather Bailey, Clementine, Primrose Turquoise. How cute would a quilt be made with all her fabrics? Head on over to Fabricworm to check out all the other new fabrics in, like Leah Duncan’s Morning Walk collection and the Lewis and Irene Spring Hare collection. I want all of it!

Enter for the chance to win one yard of Heather Bailey, Clementine, Primrose Turquoise, and find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

Enter for the chance to win a yard of Heather Bailey, Clementine, Primrose Turquoise using the Rafflecopter below…

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The winner of one yard of Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Mod Basics 2, Organic, Elk Fam Sun is…

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

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38 Comments

alexa

I’ve had the summer frock with gathered neck line on my to-do list for a while.

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Liz Golden

I want to make a comforter for my daughters bed. She is still in a crib, but I don’t like any of the toddler bedding and I would like to make it more custom, but I haven’t found a good DIY tutorial yet!

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Hanna

As a mother of 4 little girl I’ve got my eyes on several of your little dress patterns (I’ve already made a few pillowcase dresses).

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Deb

I’m a new reader so i’m not familiar with your tutorials so far. I like to make quilts and table runners but am not much of a garment sewer.

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amy

I’d like to try the grommet tote and the leather tote. They look like something I”d be able to do.

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wowilikethat1

I’ve made some of your projects. Most recently I made the wood stump coaster. They turned out adorable. Thanks for another giveaway and chance to win. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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Rebecca M

I never made the snappy toddler top or dress and think this would be such a cute fabric to do it with!

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Linda Webster

I really enjoyed the suede passport cover. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric!

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Pam S

I love the DIY summer frock. My granddaughter will love this summer dress! Thanks for the tutorial!

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Christine

The DIY kids lace trimmed blouse. (and any of the lazy late night cooking treats!)

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duchick

I am anxious to try the DIY Fabric Crowns to make for my niece who loooves to dress up!

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janna

I would have loved to have a wrap nursing dress when my babes were little. Now that my sister’s baby is nearly due, I should make one for her. Primrose turquoise would be perfect!

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Valentine h

I am antsy to make almost all of your girl’s dresses for my little one and friends’ daughters πŸ™‚ too bad I don’t have that much time!

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Greta

I was just starting to read your free motion quilting tutorial the other day. I should finish it, then take the plunge myself.

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Diane Beavers

The easiest laundry basket liner ever.
Mine is totally worn out , thank you for sharing the tute. I know I can do it!!

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Dita Bybee

I’ve been wanting to make the top knot baby beanie! I just need to be invited to a baby shower so I have a reason to make it!

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Ms. Cox

wow these fabrics have great design and at an affordable price. I’ll order some today. Right in time for the summer dress season.

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Jolien

I always like the sewing tutorials best, but I also still have the quick microwave recipes on my to-do list, I loved those. πŸ™‚

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