This giveaway is now closed. Thanks!
Well, as always, we closed the comments on our Giveaway Day posts to conserve bandwidth and try to prevent any confusion about where, exactly, you need to go to win a prize. It always leaves us feeling a little guilty though–everyone is being so generous and we’re just sitting back, sipping spiced cider, visiting the 300+ sites until the tips of our fingers are numb from the touchpad.
We can make up for it today though, as well as offer you a few gift suggestions. It is by no means too late to order fabric and patterns for your holiday projects. We’re still shipping the same day or the next day (excluding weekends), so take a look around–you won’t be sorry because last week we received three hugely-anticipated new groups! We have the complete collections of Hope Valley, Nicey Jane and Meadowsweet and the shop looks dreamy. Perhaps you should get yourself a little gifty that comes by the yard.
Denyse has done it again! Hope Valley is an absolutely gorgeous collection that is perfect for just about everything on your sewing agenda. There are several gender-neutral prints and colors in this group, so if you’ll making something for the men on your list, you should take a peek. We’d like to use some of these prints to whip up a few of these awesome Lunch Bags from Favorite Things–appetizing, no? Hurry quick–we pre-sold much of this fabric, so you need to get it while it lasts!
This could be our favorite Heather Bailey group yet! It is bright and bold with super fresh colors, and it has a fabulous assortment of florals, dots, stripes and geometrics. We can’t wait to see what you can make with this collection! We think the Amy Butler Domestic Goddess Apron would be the perfect pattern for showing off these very nicey Nicey Jane prints.
In her new group, Meadowsweet, Sandi Henderson has struck a perfect balance between nostalgic designs and contemporary flavors. We totally dig the retro strawberries and Brady Family florals, but we love them even more when they’re paired with the fantastic geometrics in this line. The possibilities are endless, but we particularly think any of the Pink Fig patterns were made for this kind of group.
Exciting, eh? Santa came early to SMS! If you’d like a chance to win a yard of fabric of your choice, please comment below and tell us which of the three groups is your favorite and what you’d make with it. We’ll select 5 winners and announce them tomorrow.
And that is only one reason to come back tomorrow! Please stop by to learn about some fantastic opportunities to do something kind, generous and fun and maybe even win some great prizes from Fiskars (go ahead, take a look. You’ll be surprised.)
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