Fabric Friday

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I pretty much melted when Fabricworm sent over this absolutely adorable Emily Isabella for Birch Organic Fabrics, Happy Town, Happy Houses fabric. I mean, those faces! Come. On. This is one of those fabrics I would definitely get cold feet about cutting, but then again, I think it could make the cutest backpack. If you think you’re brave enough to handle more cuteness where this came from, check out the complete Emily Isabella collection. I dare you.

Enter for the chance to win one yard of and find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

Enter for the chance to win a yard of using the Rafflecopter Emily Isabella for Birch Organic Fabrics, Happy Town, Happy Houses below…

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

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51 Comments

Catherine

I’d made a baby quilt! Baby shower is in July so this is perfect timing! I was planning on buying this pattern anyway.

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Aurélie

I would make a pencil case and a bag, would be too cute! Thanks for the chance!

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duchick

This adorable fabric would be made into a little dolly carrier for my niece…she’d love it!

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Margo

That would be absolutely perfect for a little pillow case dress for my 1 year old great-niece! Adorable!

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Lori Morton

Would use in a small quilt for new Granbaby! This house print is just so fun! 🙂 He will love it too lol

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Debby

I just love this fabric. Love it, love it, love it! I would like to make something for my kids with it.

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Kathy Davis

Would use it to make a sundress for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter.

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amber

I just love this fabric! I think I would use it as panels in a skirt for myself!

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mlhummy

Thanks for the chance to win. I think I would make small tote bags for my little twin granddaughters. 🙂

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Monica

A bodice for my daughter’s dress and the rest in a friend’s baby quilt

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Whitney

I have a little girl who would adore this. It might not even get made up; she’d be just as happy to play with the yardage.

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diane beavers

I’d have a hard time cutting these cuties too;, perhaps hang as a Kiddie tent or teepee inside or outside for those summer sleepovers:) Thank you for the opportunity.
P.S the ice coffee is de-lish, thanks for sharing the recipe.

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