Free Fabric Friday

on January 15 | in Contests & Giveaways, Products | by | with 1,056 Comments

First up:  Did you know about our $5 shipping?  All US orders no matter how large.   No need for a coupon or a code.  Postal rates went up, but our prices went down.

Next up: You might have noticed it’s been quiet here on the SMS blog.  Trust me, it only means we’re working feverishly in the background.  We’re getting ready for our February theme, True Love, which actually starts on Monday!  (No, Silly, not February–just the theme.)  We also have several other exciting little things that will be popping up in the next couple of weeks, including a great pattern review and information about meeting up with other sewists in your neighborhood.

We’ve been busy in the shop too.  Fabulous new products have been arriving all month:

Four New Quilt Patterns by Denyse Schmidt

Denyse Schmidt has produced some fantastic, fun, approachable quilt patterns.  Of course they’d all look great with Hope Valley prints, but the possibilities are endless.  (You have to take a look at the Proverbial Quilt–it comes with an alphabet!)  We’ll give away one pattern.

Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket

Following up on the very popular Girl Friday collection, Cosmo Cricket has created another youthful, vibrant group, Snorkel.  The beach theme is happy and festive.  We’ll give away one yard to two people.

Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei

We received a variety of fantastic pieces from the Japanese company Yuwa/Kei.  A few novelties, an adorable linen, and lots of the hard-to-find stash essential, Honeycomb.  We’ll give away one yard of Honeycomb.

Isabelle by Anna Griffin

Isabelle, by Anna Griffin, is a gorgeous group of coordinating motifs.  Stick with one of the three colorways, or mix-and-match–it all looks great!  (These prints are a smaller scale than you might think.  Be sure to click through to the product pages to see the fabric with rulers.)  We’ll give away one yard to two people.

Little Folks Dobby by Anna Maria Horner

We have a handful of dobby dot prints from Anna Maria‘s Little Folks Dobby collection, which coordinate with the Little Folks Voile.  They are a lightweight cotton, with a raised dots throughout the cloth–very retro and cool.  We’ll give away one yard of Dobby.

Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman

These bright and beautiful Vera’s Garden prints from Kaufman were inspired by vintage Vera designs.  Like a Vera scarf, these fabrics  make a statement. We’ll give away one yard to two people.

Free Fabric (and a pattern!)

Did you add it up?  That’s right, nine winners today!  Comment below and tell us which of the above you’d most like to win and what you’d make.  We’ll announce the winners on Monday.

Haitian Relief Efforts

All of us are deeply saddened by the crisis in Haiti.   From what we understand, only life-saving supplies are being shipped to Haiti at the moment.  The time will come, however, when they’ll need get-on-with-your-life supplies–clothing, blankets, fabric and more.  We’ll be watching and waiting for opportunities to send these types of things. In the meantime, there are many, many worthy charities that could use your monetary contributions. We also wanted to make sure you know about an opportunity to raise money through your craft.  Craft Hope is organizing an Etsy shop to raise funds for Doctors Without Borders.  Click on over to the Craft Hope site for all the details.


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1,056 Responses to Free Fabric Friday

  1. Barbara Ponzo says:

    I love the ISABELLE by Anna Griffin collection! The colors and patterns remind me of summer and we could all use some WARM weather this time of year here in the North East! I’d love to make a sundress with some ISABELLE fabric – sweet!!

  2. Lora says:

    I absolutely adore the Isabella group. I’m a big fan of feminine, but in blues and greens instead of pinks and purples. My favorite in the group was the Damask in blue. So sweet yet modern and still a bit elegant. I would love to make a quilt and some fabric birds with this fabric.

  3. janet jasper says:

    I love Isabella. I’m definitely going to have to work it into my bedroom.

  4. Laura Bozzolo says:

    The honeycomb, to make a purse and some quilted coasters.

  5. Katie says:

    I think Sub Spray from the Snorkel line is just adorable! I think it would be a perfect addition for a kid’s quilt! I love the bright and cheery colors.

  6. Teri says:

    Absolutely, Vera’s Garden. I have some Vera scarves I enjoy wearing and would LOVE the fabric!

  7. Judy says:

    I love Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket – So youthful!! I would make matching skirts for my granddaughters (ages 1 and 4)

  8. Laila says:

    The life preserver in mist is fab, it would make great trousers for my toddler to stumble around the beach.
    Fingers crossed, now back to the sewing machine for some more sewing!

  9. stephanie says:

    Would love the “Isabelle” fabric. I would make a couple of placemats, a pot holder and trim a couple of dishtowels for my new kitchen! (I get a lot of mileage out of a yard!!)

  10. C. Michele says:

    I love the Hills N’ Hollers quilt patterns! I would love to do the quilt using the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei for my little girl’s birthday at the end of next month!

    cassandra.pendergraff (at)gmail (dot)com

  11. Angela says:

    I really love the Anna Griffin prints. I would love to find time to make quilted placements and napkins (after my daughter’s Easter dress!).

  12. Wendy says:

    I love Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei. I have been makinig pot-holders and can’t stop. I see them everywhere in everything.
    I belive I see them in her colors. Perfect.

  13. kelsey degnan says:

    I love the design of Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman. It has a very positive vibe to it that makes you feel good even in the winter. I would love to make bags with this fabric and wallets and i think it would be really cute as hair band and bracelet covers. These patterns would be great for a bag for the beach especially 🙂

  14. Michelle says:

    Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket is my favorite, new to sewing but would maybe make a quilt for my son or a beach bag for myself. Thank you for the chance to win 🙂

  15. Mystica says:

    I would love to have Vera’s Garden prints. Another quilt of course.

  16. Michelle says:

    My daughters would look super cute in skirts featuring Isabelle by Anna Griffin fabric!

  17. I love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin collection. I could see myself making dress, shorts and tops for my granddaughter. I hope I win.

  18. Jaime says:

    I love the Snorkel collection, it would be perfect for all of the up coming baby presents I have on my to do list for a multitude of co-workers (especially since I work at an aquarium!).

  19. Sam says:

    I have loved Anna’s voile prints for a while now…would love to get my hands on some of those. But the Snorkel! Oh my, what a fun festive summertime beach quilt that would make! Love it!

  20. Karen says:

    Little Folks Dobby by Anna Maria Horner is a great collection! I would like to make a twirly skirt or two for my little girl or throw pillows for her bed.

  21. Heather k says:

    Vera’s garden for me. I’m in love with big florals lately – can’t get enough! Thanks for the chance.

  22. Laura J. says:

    Love the snorkel fabric. I think I would make a fabric bucket with it using Maya’s pattern.

  23. Deb says:

    I love Snorkel! It just looks so summery and beachy and I’m so tired of winter. I would make a bucket hat for my husband with it.

  24. Luba Kale says:

    I expect I am too late to enter, but if I could, I would dearly love to win the Little Folks Dolby. There is a great tutorial for making a beautiful, soft and flowing scarf out of the orange Dolby that looks so elegant with any outfit. Good luck to all the winners. Gratefully yours, Luba

  25. Karen says:

    I love the Japenes import fabric selection. I haven’t used linen before & this would be a lovely start for me
    Thanks so much for such a generous giveaway

  26. Amy says:

    I love Vera’s garden…so pretty! I’d probably make something for my daughter. 🙂

  27. Lauren says:

    umm, hello blue cricket snorkel patterns! hope i’m not too late

  28. Star says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric! I would make a dress for my little two year old Isabelle, and a couple stuffed owls with the scraps.

  29. Heather says:

    Ooooh, I like the Denyse Schmidt’s Proverbial Quilt pattern. With it, I would make… a proverbial quilt!

  30. Joey says:

    Oooo the snorkel fabrics are splendid!

  31. greeblygreebly says:

    I would love to win the Japanese honeycomb fabric. The coffee colour would be great as part of the backing for a quilt I am working on.

  32. Jennifer says:

    Ooooo… I love Snorkel! It would be the perfect catalyst to kick start progress on a new room for our youngest son. I’d have to make things for him, like pillows, bins, wall decor and maybe a small blanket.

  33. In the middle of winter the beach themed fabric Snorkel feels just right to me! Thank you for the giveaway!

  34. Jessica says:

    I love the Issabelle! I would use the fabric to make a handbag! Gorgeous!

  35. Kelly S says:

    I like the Snorkel line the best. It would be perfect for summer outfits for my twin boys!

  36. I love the Japanese imports, especially the linen, ink print. I would make a special quilt for my daughter with those.


  37. erika says:

    I’d love to win anything from the Vera’s Garden collection. I would make a spring dress for my newest little one due in march.

  38. Jaclyn says:

    I adore Kei Honeycomb! I think it’s the perfect fabric for quilt bindings!

  39. Erin R says:

    I love all of Isabelle fabric collection by Anna Griffin but especially the Damask Orange

  40. Phyllis says:

    I am a lifelong fabric-aholic and would love any of the fabrics, but I especially love the “Isabelle” by Anna Griffin. I want to try making some of the stackable boxes.

  41. Michelle says:

    Love that Isabelle fabric…that would make awesome pillows for my new sofa!!

  42. kimberly says:

    Love the Snorkel fabric!!

  43. Marlina says:

    I really like the Stack the Odds pattern and the Isabelle by Anna Griffin fabric. I could make a quilt for a friend who’s having a baby.

  44. Kelly Lange says:

    I love the Japanese prints!

  45. Sandy says:

    I love the Isabelle collection, gorgeous!

  46. tawney peterson says:

    Hi! What a neat giveaway. I love the isabelle! I am making a quilt for my newest grandbaby (i am hoping for a girl). If my daughter has a boy I’ll have to start all over LOL. 🙂

  47. Lei B. says:

    I think my favorite is the Japanese Imports selection. Of course they are all lovely.

  48. Heather says:

    I absolutely love Anna Griffin and would love that fabric! I think I’ll just buy it 😉

  49. Sherry says:

    I’d love one of the DS patterns but I really NEED some honeycomb fabric for binding my son’s quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

  50. ellen says:

    Love the “Isabelle” by Anna Griffin. It would make a lovely quilt for spring!

  51. Harriet says:

    Snorkel is beautiful. I have been looking for boy fabric just in case my baby is a boy.

  52. elizabeth says:

    I like the anna maria horner collection and would love to make my daughter a dress from it…oh the possibilities!

  53. brittany says:

    isabelle could become so many lovely things for my home! also, would definitely use some to make me a skirt!

  54. Ingrid says:

    As a child of the 70s, Vera’s Garden has special appeal for me. I might use it to border napkins and a table cloth for the summer.

  55. Katie Holeman says:

    Little Folks, I am so in love with it!!

  56. carmel says:

    the japanese imports!! i am such a sucker when it comes to the japanese stuff!
    i will make things for my 2 boys!!
    please pick me!!

  57. Grace says:

    Snorkel’s cute but I love Little Folks Voile. I’d make something to hang on the wall!

  58. mieke says:

    the snorkel fabrics are very funny!

  59. I would love to have some of the Honeycomb, it would make a perfect binding for the quilt I’m working on.

  60. Woooo, my fave would certainly be Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I think this would be lovely to make a few little purses to take along on our girls only trip down south in Easter!

  61. Melanie says:

    I only have boys to sew for. And although they just love it when mama makes special things for them, it is so hard to find really nice boy fabric past the baby stage. The Yuwa/Kei honeycomb looks like really hip men’s shirting – perfect for my little guys!

  62. Carrie says:

    Oh- the Mosaic Florals Pink in Isabelle by Anna Griffin is just lovely!! My precious new cousin Ava (a whole 3 days old) could use a handmade baby blanket!

  63. Mieke says:

    I love so many of these fabrics but the most of all I love are the Little Folks Dobby by Anna Maria Horner.
    Thanks for this oppertunity,

  64. Eleonora says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden by Robert Kaufman. I would make a simple dress…

  65. adelina says:

    I am such a huge fan of Anna Griffin. I have all of her rubber stamp designs! I would love that fabric for the baby projects I’m working on right now. All of my friends are having girls! I’m making little shoes and matching burp cloths – so fun!!

  66. Ana says:

    I have a weakness for all Anna Maria Horner fabrics, and I’m about to have a brand new niece that’s going to need a pretty summer dress in a few months.

  67. Caroline says:

    I LOVE the Japanese fabrics and of course….the Anna Maria Horner flannels! Lovely!

  68. Mandy says:

    Snorkel!! Please Please Please. I just had my second little boy and I’m feeling very crafty.

  69. stephanie says:

    Vera’s Garden is absolutely beautiful! They would make a wonderful new bag!

  70. Nicole N. says:

    I love the line by Anna Griffin, choosing just one would be tricky though!

  71. Pattij says:

    I love the Anna Marie Horner fabric. But it all is fabulous! I can see a little girl’s dress!

  72. Kirsten says:

    I’m really digging Snorkel and Vera’s Garden. I think I’d start a baby blanket to be donated to Haiti.

  73. Marsha says:

    Fell in love with Yuwa/Kei collection. Specially the Paris Fashions, the Kitchen Utinsels and the Juniper Stripe Brown. I can just see an organizer board and sewing machine cover made Paris Fashions for my sewing room. Cosmetic bags made from the other two would make a great gift for my daughter, sister and sister in law!

  74. Joan says:

    I love the Cog + Wheel pattern. I have a bunch of fat quarters that would look great as that.

  75. Brittney says:

    I would like the Little Folks Dobby to make a dress for my baby. Thanks.

  76. My favorite is definitely the Hope Valley line by Denyse Schmit! It is the best! I would make the Bricks and Stones quilt if I won some!

  77. Stacy says:

    The Japanese fabric is adorable, I haven’t had the opportunity to work with any Japanese fabrics, but would love to get my hands on some!

  78. Sam says:

    I absolutely love the Japanese fabric. So modern and vintage at the same time. I’d love to make a little girls dress or kitchenaid cover!

  79. Erin says:

    I am just LOVING the snorkel fabrics!

  80. Nicole Lamb says:

    Oh my goodness-the Snorkel fabric is aDORable! The colors could not be better.

  81. April says:

    Love all of the material, but I think Snorkel is my fave. So cute!

  82. Alissa D says:

    Love the Snorkel line by Cosmo Cricket. The fabric with the smiling whales (subs mist snorkel) would be perfect to make something for our soon-to-arrive little boy!

  83. Melanie says:

    I love the Isabelle collection by Anna Griffin. Beautiful colors and patterns. I could have a lot of fun with those fabrics.

  84. lisap says:

    Without a doubt, it would mean the world to me to win the Hills & Hollows quilt pattern from Denyce Schmidt! She is the most engeneous quilt designer ever and that pattern is her most intriging yet. I love It!!

  85. Joanna says:

    I would take the honeycomb linen from Yuwa/kai. I would use it to make sometoiletry bags for Christmas presents (I’m starting EARLY this year!!)

  86. Kim says:

    I love the isabelle fabric

  87. Juliet says:

    Snorkel! I would make a sweet beach bag and a matching picnic/beach blanket.

  88. Beatrix says:

    I am loving the Little Folks fabrics!

  89. oops, I’d use it in a wall quilt (Isabelle by Anna Griffin)

  90. Wow! Great giveaway! My fav has to be the Isabelle by Anna Griffin, especially those blues!

  91. suzi says:

    I like the Isabelle collection. I love all the vibrant colors and design. I am not really sure what I would make. Maybe a wallet/clutch or maybe a notebook/journal cover.

  92. Becky Ray says:

    I love free fabric of any kind! I love to make handbags, any new fabric will be swiftly sewn into a useful bag!

  93. Katie says:

    I just love to pieces Anna Maria Horner’s Little Folks Dobby and voile ranges, anything and everything. Perfect for delicate quilts, little girl’s dresses and stunning scarves.

  94. Colleen says:

    I love the new selections from Yuwa/Kei! They would be great accents on a linen scarf or as part of a pouch.

  95. Christine says:

    Thinking Spring! Vera garden would make a lovely sun hat for when I’m planting flowers!! Can’t wait

  96. Ryan Bird says:

    I love the snorkle collection! I could make so much for my son with this collection but I was thinking a bag or clothing 🙂

  97. Traci White says:

    My Grandmother’s name is Vera and is 91 years old. She used to purchase “Vera” products which I have been lucky to get a few. I would love to make a dress out of the “Vintage Pillowcase”. What memories!!

  98. Kate says:

    I love the Anna Griffin fabric.
    I`m always making things for other people so I think if I won this fabric I would treat myself and make myself a quiltxx (fingers crossed!)

  99. Nancy Andrews says:

    Ooooooh! I love anything Anna Maria Horner does, and the Little Folks dobbies and voiles are perfect for a dress for my two year old granddaughter.

  100. Andrea Methvin says:

    All of them are so cute!!! I love the SNORKEL. It is not what I would typically pick out-but for some reason it just screams out to me “make a new shower curtain for the kids’ bathroom!” Who am I to disobey?

  101. Elizabeth says:

    I would definitely pick the Anna Griffin Mosaic Floral in blue, for some loungy pajama-type pants that in a pinch I could wear to the beach or the store. I love the freshness of the white in her patterns–very Mediterranean!

  102. Gladys says:

    My favorite is the Japanese Imports…what fun fabrics!


  103. Sherri I says:

    I really like ‘Snorkel’. It sings to be made into a baby quilt!

  104. Carol says:

    I love it all but I love Snorkel!

  105. Jeannine says:

    Anna Maria Horner hands down! I would make a simple peasant dress for my grand daughter…

  106. Rita Van Dyne says:

    I would love to make the Single Girl quilt pattern! I would use the Little Folks Dobby collection for all the bright colors!

  107. Samantha says:

    Oh my gosh! How do you choose just one? Y’all have really outdone yourself with all of these collections. But if I had to pick one, I think I would go with Anna Griffin’s fabric for a pretty new bag for me. 🙂

  108. Julie says:

    Love, love the snorkel fabric!! Its adorable..

  109. Kari E says:

    I can’t even pick – they’re all so great! I’m looking to make some things for a little girl who’s soon to be one!

  110. Patty says:

    They are all wonderful fabrics. I think I woild choose Vera, it woild make a very nice quilt or maybe a nice top.

  111. melissa says:

    I’m loving the Snorkel line. I think with it I’d make a baby quilt for a friend having one in March.

  112. Natalie says:

    Oh, I really really like the Isabelle by Anna Griffin.

  113. sally warren says:

    Oh, all the lines are beautiful! If I could choose only one (so hard….)…I would choose the Isabelle line…it would make a beautiful quilt!! I think of making quilts all the time, so that is what I would do. The other lines are beautiful too….

  114. Jaimie says:

    I would love to win Mosaic Florals Orange in Anne Griffens Issabelle collection. I think i would make a Phoebe bag (featured on hamdmade holidays) or something from my one yard wonders book, like the nighty by Rae hookstra!

  115. Nancy Ellis says:

    Oh, that Fish Spray-Snorkel has my name on it! I’m making a beach bag for this summer and it’s just what I need for the lining and for an exterior accent.

  116. JJ says:

    I LOVE the snorkel by Cosmo Cricket collection and it would be perfect to make something for my son, maybe a backpack?! Also, the Japanese imports from Yuwa/Kei are beautiful! Something for me from this collection…

  117. Lindsay says:

    With the AMH Dobby Dot, I’d combine this with some silk drapery samples from my stash to make a lovely scarf. yum!

  118. Chrissy says:

    Hard to pick just one. But I would love the fabric from Yuwa/Kei to make a bag for myself and perhaps some clothes for the littles!

  119. Nancy S. says:

    I’d love to win the Vera’s Garden print; it would be great in my next quilting project.

  120. Mary P says:

    I love the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I’ve got friends with babies on the way and it would be perfect for a quilt!

  121. Kathy says:

    Oh my goodness, do I really have to choose? Little folks by Anna Marie Horner. Everything by her makes me smile.

  122. StephanieS says:

    I like the Proverbial Quilt pattern and the Honeycomb Steel fabric. I don’t have a use in mind yet for the fabric.

  123. Alice says:

    I’m most fond of the Snorkel line, especially the print with the whales and octopus on it. It seems like it would be good to make a fun bag for the summer.

  124. Kathie says:

    I love the stacking the odds quilt pattern. I have been on the lookout for a quilt pattern to make my first quilts (bedding for my 3 year old twins) and that one looks simple yet stunning. Thanks for the chance.

  125. Lindy says:

    Vera’s Garden literally jumped off the page and grabbed me. All of them! They really speak to someone who experienced the 70’s, Vera scarves and all! Please, please me by sending me some! Have a wild wonderful weekend!

  126. I would love to win the Yuwa/Kei. Will make a top for my sister and a pin cushion for my self!

  127. Meg Peachey says:

    It’s Saturday, but I just had to say how beautiful the new fabrics are! I especially like Anna Griffin’s Isabelle…I was filled with inspiration!

  128. Jackie Davis says:

    I will have to say “Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket” to make stuff for boys. We just seem to have a lot of girly fabric colors and prints. Our group does donated quilts and it would be good to have something a little more masculine 🙂 Of course all of them would be great! heehee


  129. Yvonne Barger says:

    I love the japanese imports and would make an interesting bag.

  130. Erika says:

    Ooh-la-la! Lovin’ the Cosmo Cricket line…fabulous for kiddy goodies this summer. I also love the Anna Griffin…totally different style, but fun, pretty designs.

  131. beverly says:

    The Snorkel would make a great pair of shorts for my little guy this summer. But, to be honest, I could find something to make w/ any of it. It’s all great!

  132. Maria says:

    I love the snorkel by cosmo cricket. they would work great on the quilt I’m planning for my son.

  133. kim says:

    love that isabelle by anna griffin!

  134. Morgan M says:

    I would love the Yuwa/Kei – I am getting ready to take a bike tour in South America and need to make a wrap skirt to throw over my bike shorts when off the bike and I think that fabric would be perfect. Thanks!

  135. Sarah Lorde says:

    Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket please!

  136. susan says:

    I love them all but I think the Yuwa/Kei might be fun to work with.

  137. Sarah says:

    I just love the Fish Spray–it would make a great, quirky apron and project bag set….but the Japanese imports are awesome as well! Ooooh, it would be fun to win!

  138. Kathleen says:

    I am NOT fussy 🙂 I like them all!

  139. Miss C says:

    I love all of them, especially the Isabelle. Its so bright and proper!

  140. Regina says:

    I love the Japanese imports, but Vera’s Garden is making me feel warm and happy inside. I am trying fabric baby blocks for my 4 month old before I venture on to bigger and better things!

  141. Jennifer says:

    I would love to make summer clothes for my little guy with the Snorkel line. Finally an adorable line of fabrics fit for a little boy. Awesome.

  142. Emily Dawn says:

    I love Little Folks Dobby by Anna Maria Horner. It would be so cute to make anything out of really.

  143. Sarah says:

    Ooooh — love the Vera’s Garden by Robert Kaufman. Purdy! Definitely quilting possibilities in there ….

  144. Church World Service is assembling baby kits to send to Haiti. CWS has years of disaster-relief experience, and has a detailed list of what to include in a baby kit. There’s opportunity for sewing and knitting here!

  145. Megan says:

    I’m looking forward to Monday and the new theme! I love the Vera Garden prints – reminds me that Spring is around the corner as I gaze out my window at the slushy snow….

  146. kim says:

    my obsession with polka dots continues with the honeycomb series.

  147. Rochelle says:

    Love the AMH dobby fabric! I’d make some summer clothes for my girl. Too cute!!

  148. Melissa says:

    I love the Cosmo Cricket! It would be so fun in the playroom I’m working on! Love the colors.

  149. I love the Anna Maris Horner – it would make some cute accessories for my daughter’s room (I’ve been meaning to make some new bedding for her doll’s bed!).

  150. Fiona says:

    I’d love a yard of Honeycomb. I think it would be good as a bag lining.

  151. Amanda says:

    I love the snorkel group!! Sunspots, fish, and beach blanket….I am imagining a whole summer wardrobe for my son 🙂

  152. ChristineBolin says:

    I just love the quilt pattern called hills and hollers. And, the fabric fish snorkels is so cute. I can imagine using that as a fabric for napkins.

  153. alli b says:

    Denyse Schmidt is awesome. I’d love to try one of her patterns out.

  154. Beth G. says:

    I love them all, but that Anna Griffin is simply fantastic!


  155. Karin says:

    So pretty. I love the snorkel collection! I have boys that are into fish and scuba diving. This would be right up their alley.

  156. Lisa says:

    I love the Vera fabrics – I’d make my teenage daughter a lovely little mini skirt!

  157. Ana says:

    Oh my…
    This is an amazing giveaway!
    I’d go for the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei They are adorable…
    They wold make wonderful wallets 🙂

  158. Joanna says:

    Love the Japanese imports 🙂 That are the cutest on the planet.. I think they’ll make some really cute tote^^

  159. I love the Isabelle fabrics. All of them! Anna Griffin. Gorgeous stuff.

  160. abbie says:

    I like the Anna Maria dobby prints- beautiful and fun at the same time. I’d make a dress for my friends new baby girl!

  161. Crystal says:

    Love, love, love those Japanese pieces!

  162. Maria says:

    I like the Veras Garden stuff the best, Id make a wrap skirt or a patched over the shoulder bag.

  163. Kym says:

    Thanks for the info about Craft Hope and their Etsy shop.

    As for fabric, I think my vote goes for the dobby fabric. Just because I love a new-to-me silly sounding word. Plus I’m on a clothes making mission at the moment, and it sounds like the perfect fabric for summer tops.

  164. Karen D. says:

    LOVE the snorkel fabric, my granddaughters would love it for beach totes and they always want more pillowcases!! Great summer fabric! The Isabelle is gorgeous and I see that in a purse or tote.

  165. Deb says:

    So many nice ones but i love the Vera’s Garden set!

  166. Ramona says:

    I love the dobby, it would make such a cute blouse for me! But, being the good mama that I am, I’d probably want some of that snorkle. My son loves the novelty pajamas I make him, and these would be perfect!

  167. Adrienne says:

    Love the Yuwa/Kei line! I would use the fabric to make a doll quilt for great friend of mine 🙂

  168. Shannon says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric, but I am deeply drawn to the Single Girl pattern. So simple and classic, yet unique and modern!

  169. Jon says:

    I’d make child-sized blankets to donate to the local women’s shelter

  170. Stacey J says:

    My favorites are Snorkel and Isabelle. Would love to make some shorts for the summer for my twin boys and the Isabelle for me for a quilt to relax and read under.

  171. LubAtHome says:

    I love the website and the blog, such a wealth of information. I’m so inspired here! My favorite fabrics (it was hard to pick just one) were from Isabelle by Anna Griffin, they colors and patterns inspire me with possibilities . . .

  172. Kimberly says:

    Wow! There’s a lot of new stuff! I love the new Vera prints. They’d make a cute skirt for spring/summer.

  173. Sorahart says:

    The Isabelle collection from Anna Griffin is lovely. Ahhh, the fun I could have…

  174. Gabrien says:

    I absolutely love the Wild Thyme and Nicey Jane lines. Thank you for the giveaway.

  175. Kyotocutie says:

    The Snorkel Prints look like great fun! I see a new beach bag and floppy hat in the works!

  176. whitney says:

    oh, the japanese honeycomb is so lovely. i have been enjoying sewing for my daughter lately, so i think i would make something else for her!

  177. Julia in WDM says:

    vera’s garden all the way!!!

  178. Kristy says:

    I love the Circular Medallion Blue ~ Isabelle! Gorgeous!

  179. jenn says:

    I am loving the quilt patterns, especially thr hills n hollers one! I would love to make it for my bed.

  180. Maeve says:

    Count me in – I’d love to win any of these beautiful fabrics. I like Snorkel and the Japanese imports best of all, but any would be wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway!

  181. Kerry says:

    I like the first and the last! 🙂

  182. indywriter says:

    I love the Bubbles Spray from the Snorkel family and the Anna Griffin Circular Medallion Orange ~ Isabelle. Something about the red and orange really pops in an unexpected way.

  183. Sian says:

    love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin! So gorgeous!

  184. Kirsten says:

    The honeycomb, the Anna griffin, the AMH, it is all amazing. I love this blog so much for the cool ideas, fabrics, and fun!

  185. Leanna says:

    The snorkel fabric is crying out for some cute nursery crafts! But love the honeycomb too, a cute purse perhaps. Thanks for the chance!

  186. Kristin says:

    I love the Japanese honeycomb fabric. I think it would make a really cute panelled skirt–especially because I love linen skirts!

  187. V Reed says:

    I adore the Snorkel fabric. I’ve been waiting for these to show up after I saw a note on the Cosmo Cricket blog that they were going to do fabric of one of my favorite lines. As for what I’d make, I’d have to fall back to a special request from earlier this week. My nearly 4 year old daughter has requested a purse. The snorkel fabrics would suite her perfectly.

  188. Adrienne says:

    How can I choose? I guess…if I HAVE to…I’d choose the Japanese patterns. They are so unique, with a vintagy feel. I can see all sorts of projects in that fabric’s future…pillows…handbags…the possibilities are endless!

  189. Cary says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden prints; they’re vibrant and playful. I think they’d be just perfect for a bag or a quilt or detail on a bigger piece.

  190. Marie says:

    wow that is a lot of comments… it’s cool to think that there are so many of us with the same interest. if only we could have a big party and meet everybody!!

  191. Deb Cameron says:

    I think Snorkel’s Fish Mist has won me over! I would make a fishing bag for my son to take his lunch in when he goes fishing with Daddy – he’d love it. I think I might iron some matt vinyl on it too and turn it into a type of oilcloth so it can be wiped clean and doesn’t get too fishy smelling! Mind you, if I know my boy…it won’t be allowed to be washed if it gets fish guts on it 🙂

  192. Emily B says:

    I love the Japanese imports! I think I’d make little zipper bags. Or maybe add them into my patchwork quilts.

  193. Shannon Dillard says:

    I would LOVE the Anna Griffin fabric… really LOVE any and all, but the small print is perfect for children’s clothes and appliques… my other LOVE.

  194. Tanya says:

    I would choose the Japanese honeycomb fabric because I really like bees! I am in the planning stage of a honeycomb-inspired quilt, so this fabric would fit right in.

  195. sarah says:

    i love the Yuwa/Kei fabric the best, i think, but it’s a tough call.! with that– i would make a new tote.

  196. Char says:

    If I could be so lucky, I’d pick the Japanese imports. The linen is especially appealing–I would use it for some quilting. It makes a beautiful texture when quilted… Maybe a quilted purse, or a wall-hanging for my son’s or nieces room (depending on the prints).
    Thank you for giving away such fine goodies!

  197. Sarah G says:

    I would have to pick Isabelle by Anna Griffin – I’ve been looking for a perfect fabric for an apron!

  198. Sheetal says:

    thank you for being so generous! I’ve missed all the activity on sms and am glad you are back! I’d love to win some of the Honeycomb to use in the catheral window cushion cover I’m about to make!

  199. Bonnie says:

    I am in the process of making a quilt for a cancer patient and the mosaic florals pink would be the crowning touch for the squares. So my choice is Isabelle by Anna Griffin, Mosaic florals pink. Thank you for a lovely giveaway, best of luck to all


  200. Zina says:

    I love Isabelle by Anna Griffin! I really want to make something for my baby sister, who is pregnant with her first and she is having a girl!

  201. kiko says:

    I really love Juniper Stripe Red ~ Kei Fabric….I like things that are red. It’s lovely. Maybe a curtain or a large tote.

  202. Liz B says:

    What a great pile of wonderful things you’re giving away! I think I’d choose the Proverbial Quilt pattern and make myself a quilt that will inspire me daily. I think it would be so fun to do baby quilts with lovely sayings on them, too. Thanks for the chance at winning!

  203. Kristy Hall says:

    They are all beautiful but i love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I would probably make my daughter a dress or skirt for summertime.
    Kristy Hall

  204. Elizabeth says:

    I am really drawn to the Hills ‘n’ Hollers pattern, it reminds me of Barbie and her surf boards! The Little Folks Dobby fabric seems perfect for it and with the leftover material I would make new Barbie clothes for my 5yr old daughter who can’t get enough of her right now.

  205. Sarah M says:

    I am really drawn to those Japanese prints. The honeycomb colors are all beautiful.

  206. Amanda says:

    I love the Isabelle – the colors are PERFECT for my baby girl’s nursery. I would make some pillows for her room. I just got my first sewing machine for Christmas and am jumping in and learning how to sew. Money is tight right now, so free fabric would be awesome!

  207. Heather says:

    I really like the colors and simplicity of yuwa/kei collection. I would finally finish decorating my spare room/sewing room using it.

  208. In-Sung says:

    I love them all but love the Japanese imports. I could use them for my current quilt projects. Thank you!

  209. Diane says:

    Love the Honeycomb fabrics – red, coffee, blue, gold…I can see it in a new bag! Also like the $5 shipping – makes it easy to figure and appealing to order which I did for the first time this week! Thanks!

  210. Margaret says:

    Oh my goodness — I love Subs Mist from the Snorkel collection!

  211. Amanda Shuler says:

    I would absolutely love to try the Hill’s-n-Holler quilt pattern!!! I was going to try a quilt for my next sewing pattern and think that Denise’s quilts are fantastic! I have a new upstairs bedroom that we are adding on that is hoping for a new bed cover! Just found out we’re adding baby #3 so the room is much needed!

  212. adriane says:

    Love that Japanese linen, but the honeycomb is pretty amazing as well! I think it would become an element in many different projects; pin cushions, tiny coin purses and doll quilts! Thanks for the chance!

  213. lara says:

    Love the Snorkel collection. Beautiful fabric for a Baby project such as a blanket or dress.

  214. Kristin Clewell says:

    I love to make some aprons with the Isabelle fabric!

  215. LD says:

    Oh my goodness, they are all great! I’m a quilting beginner and would love any fabric to get started. They are all beautiful.

  216. Kathleen says:

    PS : i definately would make a quilt for my son & daughter, i am always waiting for the right material !

  217. peggyann says:

    the Vera Garden is bring back memories of the ’70 prints. I remember the Vera Scarves too. So what would I make? Some wild aprons, that’s what!

  218. Jessica says:

    I would LOVE the Little Folk’s Dobby! I would make my daughter an adorable little summer skirt….ooooh! It would be so precious!

  219. Kathleen says:

    i’m still a sucker for Cosmo Cricket, so Snorkel it is ! Fingers crossed …

  220. JennB 2567 says:

    I’d love to win the snorkel fabric! I’d make a great summer skirt for either myself or for one of my daughters.

  221. Mary says:

    OhOhOh! Dobby dots Dobby dots!

  222. Beth says:

    How to decide?? SNORKEL! And I would make a little something for my son, probably a quilt!

  223. Erin says:

    Japanese Imports are beautiful! I would do a tablecloth and napkins – so pretty!

  224. Stacey Lynn says:

    I love the snorkel fabric!

  225. Tamera says:

    The Isabelle fabric is wonderful. I’d like to make some pillow covers for my sofa.

  226. kathy says:

    I love the stacking the odds quilt, I just love squares, is that wrong? And I think it would look great in the linen, love the stuff with the girl on it. So cute.

  227. FibreJoy says:

    Oh… and with the Vera’s Garden prints I would most likely make a beautiful bag…

    I forgot to post that too!


  228. Becky says:

    Anything from Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman would make my day. My Mom wore Vera dresses in the 60’s and I collect Vera scarves! and now there is Vera Fabric! heavenly!

  229. Hilda says:

    ooh I love the Isabelle fabric there would be so many nice things to make with that!

  230. FibreJoy says:

    All of the collections are beautiful, but having to choose, I love the Vera’s Garden prints from Kaufman.

    Thank you!


  231. Emily says:

    I love them all – they have such vibrant colors. I do especially love Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket and the Girl Friday Collection – could not really pick between the two. And the Japanese fabric – marvelous. I have been really wanting the cotton voile by Anna Marie Horner – that is my favorite!

  232. Aimee says:

    Lovin’ the Little Folks and wishin’ I could get my hands on some!

  233. Mary says:

    I love the snorkel fabric. It would be perfect for a lighter summer quilt for my son. And, maybe if I started now, it would be done before summer’s over! 🙂

  234. Julie says:

    It’s a toss-up between the Anna Marie Horner collections Isabelle and Little Folks. I love the texture of the dobby fabric. A cute little shift dress would be perfect for my daughter.

  235. Sarah says:

    I love the dobby colors in the Little Folks collection and would make a summer top.

  236. leigh7911 says:

    The Circular Medallion Blue is just gorgeous! I’d probably make a dress for my girl. Or maybe a bag.

  237. Stephanie Davis-Novak says:

    It was love at first sight with the Isabelle collection! I especially digging the Damask Pink and the Stripes Pink. I would make a cute little dress for my niece (who is cheek-pinchingly adorable) out of the Damask Pink, with a fun summery purse to match!

  238. Honeycomb is just darling! I would want to make myself a top with it. I’d make a pouch or bag with any leftover fabric. That’s what I would do, if I won. Mainly because of your site, I’ve started sewing again. Thank you much!

  239. Farscapegirl says:

    Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kel are incredible! Any of the patterns would be spectacular to try out! Thanks for such a great set of prizes to try to win 🙂 Nine lucky winners too! Awesome.

  240. Pam says:

    You have beautiful fabrics. One that popped out to me was the :
    Hello Roses Cream ~ Nicey Jane. I would make a beautiful pillow, apron or just about anything. I am glad I found your site :>)

  241. Denise says:

    This is a hard choice, but I think I like Snorkle best. I would make a little backpack bag for my eight year old son. This bag will be great for carrying his stuffed animals and then beach stuff this summmer.

  242. Jen says:

    Love the stacking the odds pattern and the fabric is gorgeous too… crossing my fingers!

  243. Amanda Gaskin says:

    This is a hard one. My favorites would be Isabelle by Anna Griffin, Anna Maria Horner voile, and the honeycomb in yellow. Truly all are wonderful! I am trying to move our daughter from our bed to her own! If I had to chose, I would pick the honeycomb in yellow–looks like great curtains for my daughter’s room to me!

  244. amye says:

    love veras garden for little girls patchy dresses! ohh lala!

  245. Kris says:

    I think I’d like the Robert Kaufman. I’m really into zakka right now, and I think those prints would look great with linen.

  246. mary beth says:

    I want the Hills N Hollers quilt pattern to make a quilt for myself!!!

  247. Valerie says:

    Really? Too hard to pick! Either the AMH dobby or the DS pattern or something by Anna Griffin. It’s all lovely!

  248. Desiree says:

    I LOVE LOVE the Isabelle by Anna Griffin, especially the damask orange. I would make two matching pinnies for my girls and if there was any left matching slippers.

  249. Jennifer says:

    I would love to win the dobby … and use it for a skirt!

  250. Elizabeth says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric, especially the pink colorway. It would be an utterly delicious girl baby quilt! I want matching shoes!

  251. Jennifer M says:

    Um, wow! 9 winners? That’s amazing! I love love love snorkel and Isabelle! Gorgeous fabrics!

  252. Amy says:

    I am in love with the Anna Marie Horner line! I was speechless when I saw it on her blog. I want to decorate a whole room and create a whole wardrobe for my little gal.

  253. Laura says:

    I really like Isabelle by Anna Griffin, so pretty! Maybe a purse.

  254. Val Miller says:

    Oh my goodness .. the japanese imports (Kei) are so nice, and the snorkel is so fun = how to choose??? I love Denyse Schmidts patterns too, so I would love to make both the stacking the odds or the proverbial quilt. And then the scraps … maybe some pincushions … the projects are flying through my head fast and furious!!!

  255. Paula says:

    These are all beautiful. I love the Isabelle fabric in particular. The pattern and colors are perfect for a fabric box that I plan to make for my daughter’s room.

  256. Kristin says:

    I’d love some of the snorkel fabric…I’d make either a dress or a cute bag for my daughter. I’d probably use the scraps for a softie.

  257. min says:

    OK. Snorkel is just perfect! Youthful and fun. I have two kids who are splitting up as roommates later this year – one boy and one girl – and I can see making some pretty cool pillow cases and drapes from the snorkel. A duvet cover would be cool too. And…spotting the turquoise and red dots, I can see some Christmas projects coming out of it too. I am really really tired of flowers right now, and so the snorkel is awesome. 🙂

  258. I love the Anna Griffin fabric and would love to make patchwork scarf!

  259. Sandy says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric, I think I’d use it in a new table runner.

  260. amy manning says:

    It’s hard to choose one, but I think I like the Japanese imports the best. I am new to sewing, so there are a lot of projects I want to try. I need dining room curtains, and think it would be fun to do a light flowing fabric with some sort of applique design.

  261. Rachel says:

    I really like the Isabelle line. I like the way it all coordinates. It would be perfect for the new dance bag I want to make to carry all my shoes and other items to and from dance class. I’m thinking the Sophia bag. I love that shape and size.

  262. Francis C. Moore says:

    I like the Isabelle fabric. It would make cute girls’ clothing.

  263. Jenna Z. says:

    Snorkel is SO bright and cheerful, it is PERFECT for a Project Linus quilt! And they always need quilts for boys, and I dare say this is boy-perfect! But also girl-friendly!

  264. Angela says:

    HEY I missed you guys. Glad that you’re back with more fun.
    I would love the Japanese honeycomb linen – beautiful!

  265. Tong says:

    I’ve always loved the Kei Honeycomb fabrics, would love to finally have one yard of those! Oh, and my favourite quilt pattern is Hills ‘n’ Hollers! I just ordered a half yard pack of the entire Hope Valley collection, they will be so perfect to make that quilt!

  266. Tong says:

    I’ve always loved the Kei Honeycomb fabrics, would love to finally have one yard of those! Oh, and my favourite quilt pattern is Hills ‘n’ Hollers! I just ordered a half yard pack of the entire Hope Valley collection, they will be so perfect to make that quilt!

  267. Jenna says:

    I love the snorkel collection 🙂 if I were so lucky as to be chosen as the winner of this giveaway, I would handcraft a nice-light little play sheet to take to the beach, as well as a reversible reusable bag to take with us to the beach or other such fun places that me and my perfect 10 month old son venture off to 🙂 I really like the vibrant colors- perfect for a little boy! But, the whales are what caught hold of my eye 🙂

  268. i love the Vera’s Garden by Robert Koffman. I would make a purse, and quilted fabric postcards with the scraps.

  269. D@isy says:

    I love Amy Butler, Snorkel, and all other prints!!!! Give me, give me please!!!

  270. Hi! What beautiful give-aways… Thank you for your generosity… I really love the snorkel fabric… I’d use it to make a tote for the summer – pool, picnics, beach – and I’d use re-cycled fused plastic bags to make a waterproof lining… Fingers crossed! Thanks for reading!

  271. D@isy says:

    I love the Snorkel prints; honestly, they are all fabulous!!

  272. Anna says:

    I love the snorkel fabric – I’m looking to make a stroller liner for when baby number 3 comes along in a few months – since our stroller has become a bit mouse eaten, literally…

  273. I LOVE Little Folks! I just saw some of it at the local craft store and it is AMAZING! I can’t wait to use some and find the perfect project for it.

  274. Emily says:

    I love Isabelle!!

  275. Simply B says:

    p.s I just bought the School House Tunic pattern from you guys, so maybe I could rustle myself up one of those too!>

    B x

  276. Jordan says:

    I love the Little Fols Coloring Garden Berry. I think I would make an apron or maybe use it as inspiration for a whole quilt.

  277. Michelle says:

    I think there is so many options with each one! I like the snorkel one best as I am working on some fun summer projects already. Any of the others would work too. Plus my little girl can never have enough skirts, tops and dresses.

  278. Simply B says:

    Oh, would have to be the Isabelle by Anna Griffin – gorgeous!

    Would make my little girl some fabulous summery skirts.

    B x

  279. Shannon says:

    love vera’s garden!!!!

  280. Ellen says:

    Vera’s garden is my absolute favourite. Love it. I would make a sundress for a sweet little girl in my life and maybe trim my sewing room curtains with the scraps.

  281. Caitlin T. says:

    I love the Kaufman fabrics. I’d love to make sets of napkins from the them.


  282. Andi says:

    Snorkel is so bright and cheery! Fun for baby or bright kitchen stuff!

  283. Ashley Cook says:

    I love Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei. It will be perfect for our apartment with my husband starting our life and getting ready to decorate!

  284. Jennifer says:

    “Isabelle” is my favorite! So light and pretty. I think it would make gorgeous linens for a doll’s bed… or any bed! 🙂

  285. Helen O'Brien says:

    I am obsessed with my Japanese pattern magazines and books so some Japanese Yuwa fabric to make some of the bags would be lovely. Thank-you.

  286. Kimberly B says:

    I love the Japanese Imports, it would make a cute dress for my daughter who turns 1 year-old today! I can make a matching dress for her Louise doll I made as her gift!

  287. NuJoi says:

    I am in love with all of the pink & green combos in the Isabelle collection. I see them in fun summer halters like Amy Butler Cabo.

  288. Sally says:

    I love little folks dobby. I’ve been waiting to see this in person.

  289. Megan says:

    oh dear… what to choose! so many beautiful fabrics. i’m lovin’ the Yuwa/Kei but also the Anna Maria Dobby Dots. i would have to make some lil’ baby clothes from both. i’m in that mode… how cute they would be on my little niece-to-be!

  290. Natasha says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric. Maybe to start a lap quilt or baby quilt to send to Haiti someday, when things calm down a bit over there. The patterns would also be lovely!

  291. I like the Yuza & Kei patterns – particularly the Kitchen Utensil pattern from the Suzuko Designer Collection

  292. Brooke says:

    Oh my, what lovely giveaways. I’m tempted by several but my eternal love and devotion goes to the AMH little folks collection. I love the dobby dots (the olive is probably my fav with the blue pastry line!) and I keep thinking of a beautiful scarf made out of it. OR a summer dress for one of my little girls. So many beautiful uses!

  293. Elizabeth says:

    I love the Isabelle collection from Anna Griffin. I am getting to rent my first home on my own this Spring and can see me making some fun decorative pillows with that! Especially now that I will have my own sewing/craft room. Yay!

  294. Goodness. That’s so hard to choose! I love the Kei Honeycomb, and I would love that in green, but I think I love the Isabelle line even more. So I’m thinking that would be my first choice — Isabelle. I think it would make a lovely bag and would, of course, be gorgeous in a quilt.

  295. Monica says:

    I absolutely love Snorkel. I would love to make a quilt for my little boy who is fascinated by anything to do with fish. It would be perfect. vera’s garden is gorgeous also.

  296. Erin Compton says:

    I love the Yuwa/Kei honeycomb! The red would be a perfect accent to my new kitchen! I would make cafe curtains for my very retro teal and white kitchen out of it! Thanks for the chance!

  297. Katie says:

    I would love some Kei Honeycomb fabric, it would go perfect in a quilt I am collecting fabric for!

  298. Georgia says:

    I *love* the Hills and Hollers quilt pattern, and the Stacking the Odds one too.

  299. Gretchen says:

    Love the SNORKEL collection! It would be perfect for baby quilts for my twin nieces or nephews (it is a suprise!) who are due this summer. Their Mama LOVES the beach.

  300. Samantha says:

    Snorkel would be ideal for the newest baby blanket I’m making, but I really love them all!

  301. Debbie says:

    I really like Vera’s Garden and I would use it to make some pillow covers for my bedroom.

  302. Patty says:

    I have two favourites. The first is Snorkel which would make a great beach bag. The second is Vera’s garden which reminds me of sheets that I had when I was growing up in the 70’s. I think the possibilities are endless with that pattern. Clothes for my daughter, a tote bag, a library bag, lunch bag etc.

  303. Carra says:

    I would choose something from the Isabella collection to make a diaper bag for myself and my baby girl #2 coming in April.

  304. Kari says:

    Yuwa/kei! I would probably make a baby ball.

  305. Heather says:

    I would LOVE to make a dress for my little girl from Veras Garden Vintage prints. I have seen so many wonderful blog projects from vintage prints and want to get in on the action.

  306. Jolie says:

    ooohhhh! The snorkel line looks like so much fun! I am picturing so many awesome possibilities with that one!

  307. Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket! That is so great. It’s hard to find super cute fabric for boys, so I would use this for a boys quilt…might actually have to buy some too!

  308. Joy says:

    I love the Japanese prints! I would probably use the Honeycomb fabric to make some coin purses. Thanks for the giveaway!

  309. Yetta says:

    I will have to say the snorkel collection is my favorite and little folks dobby is a very close second. I want to try and dressier shirt for my little boy with the snorkel collection and new bag with the dobby.

  310. MelodyJ says:

    I like the quilt patterns by Denyse Schmidt.

  311. sy says:

    the snorkel fabrics are perfect for purses and wallets. i love the fish spray print.

  312. Tori says:

    I love snorkel. I’ve been wanting to make an under the sea playmat for my boys, and this would be perfect!

  313. Priscilla M says:

    They are all gorgeous but Vera’s garden would be the collection I would love to win!

  314. Karen says:

    I love Vera’s garden!!!…I am always hunting for the vintage Vera stuff!!..I would love to make the hex open frame bag you highlighted on your blog for my knitting projects out of this fabric!

  315. mudnessa says:

    I love the Snorkel by Cosmo Criket. I would make a nice little handbag for my friend who got me a gift card for fabric for Christmas and started me on my adventure of sewing.

  316. Holly says:

    I love the honeycomb Kei. I would use it to bind quilts. What is better than a red polka dot binding?? I can’t think of anything better!

  317. Kristen says:

    I love the Snorkel prints and would make pants for my son.

  318. Andrea says:

    I’m loving Dobby. Particularily the Square Dance Berry Fabric! Would use it to make a cute table runner for my currently empty kitchen table.

  319. Johanna says:

    I love the snorkel collection; there is something about it that makes want to buy each and every single print and frame it 🙂

  320. Amy says:

    I’ve been thinking about making hankies for Valentine’s Day, and the Vera’s Garden prints would make some lovely ones. Can’t wait to see what’s in store with the true love theme!

  321. DebbieKL says:

    I like Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I like to make items for my son. I really need to make hima crayon roll, so this would be perfect!

  322. I heart Japanese fabric. It makes my heart go aflutter.

  323. Rita says:

    I’ve had my eye on the dobby for awhile, I love the solid in coral. I don’t exactly what I’d do with it, but I’m busy decorating a nursery, so something for that, definitely. The Honeycomb is pretty awesome too!

  324. Franny Z says:

    I love the Snorkel prints! So cute and vibrant! I would try my hand at making my first quilt, a lap quilt for my baby, but there are a ton of scrapbuster projects on here that I would love to make! Boxes, aprons, toys, where to begin?

  325. Jeni says:

    Isabelle by Anna Griffin is beautiful!! I’ll make a cute top or bag out of them…. all of them lol

  326. Beth Bullington says:

    I like Isabelle. I love the colours.

  327. jennifer says:

    I would love some little folks voile! I would loooove it!

  328. Stephanie says:

    i really love the new quilt patterns. they all look so modern.

  329. read2sew says:

    Hazy Daze Spring would make a cute shirt.

  330. steffi says:

    the isabell-series by anne griffin is the cutest!
    as i am a real newbie to sewing or even quilting – i woul try my very best to create some pillowcases and/or table runner for my garden furniture.

    thank you for the chance to take part – i hope it is possible for me in germany as well …



  331. Robin in New Jersey says:

    I would love to make somthing lovely out of Anna Griffin’s fabric. Maybe a skirt for Easter or a pretty dress for one of my girls.

  332. Becky says:

    Oh, how I love the Snorkel collection! It would be great for a matching kimono top and short pants for my little boy 🙂

  333. Melinda says:

    I like them all but Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman is my favorite. I would make myself a purse/bag with it.

  334. Lindsey says:

    I like the “Little Folks Dobby!” How cute!!

  335. Jordan Durbin says:

    wow! Love the Anna Griffin and the Japanese fabrics!!

  336. Tanya B says:

    I love the Vera prints as I have a BAD addiction to vintage pillowcases. They are similiar, but definetly have a modern touch added.

  337. Paula Bohan says:

    Love Vera’s Garden, especially the orange/pink prints – they would make great spring/summer clothes. I need to dream …

  338. Melissa B. says:

    I love the Stacking the Odds quilt. The Proverbial pattern looks nice too, but I think it’d kill me!!

  339. Myra says:

    Beautiful fabrics, and new patterns.

  340. valerie says:

    Wow! The cosmo crickt line is TOO cute. we’re adopting too boys and it would be perfect for them. Thanks for the giveaway!

  341. Joey says:

    I love the Isabelle collection by Anna Griffin. I am just learning to quilt & I think those beautiful patterns will be very inspirational.

  342. Erin Zackey says:

    Ooo, love the Vera! Could be so inpsiring for any number of projects this coming spring!

  343. nova says:

    I’d make a summer top from the Isabelle .

  344. MishaLee says:

    LOVE the new cosmo cricut! They are making sewing for my boys so much fun!

  345. Jamie says:

    I love the snorkel collection!

  346. melissa says:

    The Japanese prints for sure… those honey comb prints!! I don’t think I could choose just one color…

  347. Brittany says:

    I absolutely LOVE Vera’s Garden! Especially the Vintage Pillowcase Summer! These would be absolutely perfect for a diaper cover and swing top for my little girl’s garden themed First Birthday, and for spring! I love love love this!

  348. kristin says:

    I love the Isabelle Mosaic florals in orange. Would love to make it one of the backing panels on a quilt for my 13-month-old’s monstrous quilt collection. 🙂

  349. Keriann says:

    Oh my goodness you have no idea how excited I was to see the snorkel collection!! I have been a HUGE scrapbook for years and last summer when that paper collection came out I wanted it SO bad! I was busy with my son and being 8 months pregnant that by the time I got around to going to my LSS it was all gone =(

    Oh I was so sad!! Now here it is! Like it was meant to be! If I could actually win this thing I would want more than anything to have a peice of Cosmo Cricut’s Snorkel fabric! Seriously I wish I could win a yard of each print! Boy would my family benifit from such an extatic mom!

    Anyway you can see how VERY excited I am!! You asked what I’d do with it…well being a seemstress, quilter and scrapbooker let’s just say the possibilities are endless!! My first instinct was a funtabulous quilt!! And with a little decopauge, some chipboard and my cricut the scraps would make an amazing mini album probably better than the one I originally would have made!!

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pick me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  350. Genevieve says:

    oh how beautiful! I think I like the Isabelle fabric the best especially the mosaic pink floral one here:

    Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

  351. Rachel says:

    I love the honeycomb. But I am sure I could come up with a project for any of those lovelies!

  352. Krista says:

    I love the Yuwa/Kei collection. I would use hte honeycomb fabrics to line a few small handbags I am making out of another Japanese fabric line. If I had extra, I’d add them to the scrappy/strippy shower curtain project I’m making from Anna MariA Horner’s book -Seams to Me.

  353. Carol C says:

    Love, love, love the Snorkel! It would make adorable summer outfits for my new granddaughter!

  354. susan hwang says:

    i love the japanese imports! especially the one with the little girl. how adorable. thanks for the giveaway!

  355. britt says:

    Snorkel – bright colors, fun patterns, perfect combo

  356. Heather D says:

    I love Vera’s Garden! I love the patterns of the flowers. I would make a dress for my little one!

  357. Holly Underwood says:

    Snorkel is my favorite, with the pattern as a close second!

  358. Wendy says:

    The anna maria set for sure! Love this stuff –
    Thanks for the chance –

  359. Mary says:

    I love the Vera prints. They remind me of vintage linens!

  360. the honeycomb fabric is my favorite! once we even had bees but they swarmed away… one day we’ll have bees again! if I had honeycomb fabric I think I’d make & cover a 200 page journal with it! thanks for this opportunity!

  361. Jessica says:

    I absolutely love the Little Folks Dobby collection. I’m just learning to sew and quilt and I would probably use this for a bag, and work the scraps into a quilt I’m working on for my nieces. 🙂

  362. Suzanne says:

    So hard to choose! They are all such fantastic prints! I am most drawn to the Snorkel collection by Cosmo Cricket! The colors are vibrant and fun! I would make a beach blanket from them if we still lived in Southern California but since we dont… I would make a picnic blanket for the little one that I am expecting the first of June!

  363. Vintagefern says:

    I love the cog and wheel pattern. But I also love all of the fabrics! The honeycomb fabric is yummy!

  364. kate says:

    Oh my, I would *love* to have a yard of the Little Folks Dobby. I’d make my daughter a half apron to go with her new wooden kitchen, and use what was left to incorporate in an apron for me too (because really, can a girl have enough aprons?)

  365. Malka Jackson says:

    My mom just gifted me with her sewing machine and a lesson to get me started for the holidays. I have been making small baskets and bags so far. I would love to make my mom a thank you gift of a set of collapsible fabric boxes that she can use when traveling in her RV and think of me back at home missing her. I think the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei would be just perfect for this purpose.

  366. Amy Jo says:

    Vera’s Garden–absolutely gorgeous. I would work it into some sort of spring skirt or dress.

  367. Jessica says:

    I LOVE the Snorkel fabrics! Very cute!

  368. Leigh says:

    I’m really intrigued by the Little Folks Dobby! I think it would make a super cute ModKid Frida top for my little girl!

  369. Sara says:

    Vera’s Garden is gorgeous fabric. I would love to make a couple of table runners and some napkins…

  370. Liz says:

    i would want one of the japanese prints, probably one of the dots/honeycomb. love! not sure what i’d make. i would like to go for the yellow and add it to a yellow/green quilt i have in the planning!

  371. Wendy says:

    I’m liking the Japanese fabrics–the Honeycomb especially. It’d be great for an apron, or maybe some placemats.

  372. MrsBagley says:

    I’m a total newbie, but I love the Isabelle collection. I want to make a quilt… maybe a baby quilt to start?

  373. Felicity says:

    Can I choose the DS pattern? Because I would totally love to make a Proverbial Quilt (I’m a sucker for letters!).

  374. Kim says:

    I love the bright colors on the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I would use it to make a bright, fun blanket for my baby.

  375. Shaz says:

    I love the Kaufman flowers. Just about this time of year, when we’ve been covered in snow so long I start to forget about all the other colors, I start pulling out the flower fabrics.

  376. Michelle S says:

    Love all the new Fabrics! I am ready to start sewing dresses for my daughter and get ready for spring.

  377. Jessica says:

    So sorry! I forgot to say what I’d make. Hard to decide, but I think the Dobby could be a super cute pillow.

  378. Sarah says:

    I love all the Japanese stuff – I would either make a sewing machine cover of Paris Fashion, or an apron (or something kitcheny) from the Kitchen Utensils fabric. Gorgeous!

  379. Jessica says:

    They’re all terrific. I’ve been eyeing the Hope Valley prints for a few days, and the Dobby dots are fantastic.

  380. Peggy says:

    I so do not need any more fabric, but I can already see my kids in outfits with snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. A sundress out of umbrella spray, a shirt/pants combo out of beach blanket mist. Some fun jammies out of subs mist. And a few headbands for me out of the different bubbles. Mmhhmm…summer, where are you?

  381. Elizabeth says:

    It’s so hard to choose! But if forced, I’d probably say one of the Vera’s garden. I’m not sure what I’d make, probably something for my twin girls.

  382. Yvonne says:

    I would love to win Isabelle by Anna Griffin. The motifs are perfect for the dream quilt I have been thinking of making for my best friend’s baby daughter whose name is also Isabelle!

  383. Sarahe4e says:

    I like the Vera’s Garden because I would like to make a Sunday/ Company Is Coming apron. The florals are so bright and lively!

  384. Heather Capener says:

    I love the Japanese imports fabric, it would make a very lovely throw for my bed!

  385. Amanda says:

    I really like Little Folks Dobby, they make me feel like I am back in the early 1900’s and it is very calming. I have my first sewing lesson next week, and for my first project I want to make a dress for a special 4 year old.

  386. Linda says:

    I love Isabelle Circular Medallion in blue or orange. I’d make pillows for my living room 🙂

  387. Pam says:

    Vera’s Garden. It’s so beautiful, I’d just frame it and hang it on our big, blank living room wall

  388. Susan says:

    I’d love to make a bag and headband out of the Vera’s Garden prints. I’d be channelling my mom circa 1969!

  389. taysha riggs says:

    I love the masculine feel of the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei. I’d make an eye mask for my co-worker who knows my crafty ways and requiested one so he can sleep in on weekends 😉

  390. becky says:

    i love the choices, but i am drawn to the variety of fantastic pieces from the Japanese company!!! love that sketched girl and the little tiny prints. i think i’ll have to pet it first to decide what i really want. i bet something in the quilt manner though.

  391. Always humming says:

    I love the Snorkel collection. I will probably make some fancy-smancy tote bags as the handles are wearing out of my summer berries one. I will have to look out for that collection since I noticed the bathroom shower curtain is ripping out the holes for the hooks (yes, I know it takes more than one yard. Darn!)

  392. H30mel says:

    I LOVE the Yuwa/Kei, Girl Friday is also pretty sweet!

  393. 1kadybug says:

    I am loving the new fabrics! My favorite is the Isabelle!

  394. Jennifer says:

    I love the Anna Griffen line! I just remodeled my kitchen and would love to make some curtains and other doodads and her prints would work perfectly.

  395. wendy says:

    I love the Japanese fabric! Thank you.

  396. Megan says:

    I’d love to win the Dobby fabric – this is the first I’m seeing of it and it’s got me totally excited! But really, winning anything would be great!

  397. They’re all so neat, it’s hard to decide! Snorkel really calls to my playful side while Isabelle just screams “vintage chic”! How is one to choose? I’d be thrilled to have either one of those in my stash bins. Thanks for carrying such wonderful fabrics!

  398. shannon says:

    I love the vera’s garden!!!! It has such a fun, vintage-y feel. I’d probably make a tiered skirt with it.

  399. Amy says:

    I can’t decide which I would prefer. If I received the Anna Maria Horner prints, they would go into the Cathedral Quilt I am making. If I had some of the Honeycomb, it might be binding on a quilt or two. I love just about everything above!

  400. Dena says:

    All of them are beautiful but since I have to choose, I choose Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I think they would make a set of market bags.

  401. Susan says:

    I love the Stacking the Odds quilt pattern! It’s not too girly, so would make perfect quilts for my boys at college!

  402. Katrina says:

    All of them are SO beautiful! I think the Japanese Imports or the Vera’s Garden would be lovely. I would do some fabric napkins and then also make a bag or carry thing for all my knitting needles and such with the other parts. As well as hoping I had some left over for a bag lining.

  403. moira says:

    I love the snorkel stuff and would make summer skirts, dresses, shorts, jumpers………for my 3 girls.

  404. jenne says:

    Oh, the snorkel! I’m always looking for cute fabrics suitable for making boy stuff. For kid birthday gifts this year I’m make name banners. I think I got the idea for a ticking garland from here…and then I just embroider the names on. I’d definitely work in the snorkel for the boys.

  405. Rachel says:

    I’d love the Dolby for an Easter dress for my little girl.

  406. Katie says:

    I love Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei! I would make some cute wristlets for my nieces!

  407. Amber says:

    I’d love to win a Denyse Schmidt pattern – she is an amazing designer! And I love that Craft Hope is doing that – already made a donation!

  408. Jenny G. says:

    I would love to make the Denyse Schmidt quilt pattern Cog & Wheel. I have the fat quarterns on order, and this would make a beautiful new quilt for my bed,

  409. Christine says:

    Oh I’m so glad that I read the Craft Hope item….I have felted bags that I have and can donate one right now. Thank you.

    As far as the fabric that I like….

    I like the Snorkel fabric and the cheerfulness is calling to be made in a small quilt for ??/ maybe me.

    The fabric from Yuwa/Kei is interesting, too. I would make some piece that I carry with the Honeycomb…purse, bag, wristlet.

  410. Crystal Lynn says:

    DEFINITELY Isabelle by Anna Griffin! I’m thinking the emaline skirt pattern (serendipity studio) for a few of those greens and blues – delicious!

  411. Lauren G says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Yuwa imports, I am looking for fun fabric like that for bags for the back of my bike.

  412. Michelle says:

    Oh, I just love that little girl Japanese linen! I’d love to use that as the base for some fabric baskets to corral some of the hair clips in my daughters’ room… I can see it now!

  413. Michelle says:

    They are all gorgeous but I absolutely love Vera’s Garden by Kaufman! I am a novice sewer but am learning slowly and would love to make a cover for my sewing machine! Thank you for all that you do to inspire me!

  414. Mama Lusco says:

    The Anna Griffin prints are my favorite. I’m planning a new quilt that these would be perfect for!

  415. Rachel says:

    I love everything in the Snorkel collection. I could make a very cute tote with the Beach Ball Mist.

  416. Amanda Fox says:

    I love the sweet simplicity of the Japanese fabric. I recently got a new dress pattern and I am envisioning trying the dress in a tunic length.

  417. Tegan and Tage says:

    The Honeycomb by Yuwa/Kei would be great for new throw pillows on my bed. Such a gorgeous line!

  418. Emily says:

    Both Isabelle and Snorkel catch my eye! I’m relatively new to sewing (as i just got my first sewing machine for Christmas) but SNORKEL makes my day and gets me thinking creatively about onesies, tote bags and other adorable things to make and share with my boys –my 4month old son and husband 😉 i love this site, it’s such an awesome resource! how fun is this!

  419. katevet says:

    The Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei are gorgeous! I really love them!

  420. Marie-France says:

    These are all so summery and fun! My favourite is Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman.

  421. Lorraine D says:

    I’m looking for fabric to make a few quick tablecloths and those new Japanese fabrics would fit the bill…

  422. Lisa says:

    Everything is adorable – but I really love The Proverbial Quilt. What a very clever idea!

  423. Crissy says:

    I’m drooling over the blue/green line of the Isabelle collection! I’m imagining a quilted table runner for my dining room. Beautiful!!

  424. Kelly Smith says:

    I love them all but the little fish in Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket are just darling!

  425. Natalie says:

    i love the japanese imports. my baby is due on the 23rd and i’ve been putting off projects til we know the gender. (we left it as a surprise) those prints would be great!

  426. Elizabeth says:

    I LOVE the “Isabelle” collection. The Honeycomb from the Japanese company is also nice.

  427. I love Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I would make myself a cute little tote and then a doll quilt with the scraps for my daughter Eleanor.

  428. Lori says:

    Oh man, that is a tough, tough one! HoneyComb Red would probably be my pick (but I’d be thrilled with anything you got up here!), I’d use it for either an apron or an owl. Thanks for the info on Haiti…we’ve donated some money through our church, but it’s always so nice to send something personal too.

  429. Cinnamon says:

    I love the little folks dobby and the folksy flannel lines!

  430. melanieb says:

    love the snorkle, anna griffin, and vera’s gardens prints. I see lots of twirl skirts, bags, and sundresses in my future.

  431. Celeste says:

    The Isabelle would be delicious as some pillows–I can just see it in my daughters’ room!

  432. Kelly says:

    So many beautiful choices! I think my favorite is the Isabelle Circular Medallion Blue. It matches my dishes perfectly so I would make a table runner or some other table linens.

  433. Love all the great patterns by Denyse Schmidt! My favorite fabrics are the Anna Maria Horner Little Folks.

  434. Sonja says:

    Snorkel and Isabelle are my favorites. I would love to make a shirt and snuggle quilt for my youngest boy out of the Snorkel. And, I would love a lap quilt just for me (in a house of dudes) just for me out of the Isabelle … love anything Denyse (Proverbial and Hills & Hollers are my favs there). They way you have them laid out they look like a fabulous deck of cards. So, ATCs for my art quilting friends, too. And, a backpack for my and my little guy … and, … and, … and, ….

    Just picking one, though, hmmmmm … that’s difficult … They are all lovely. I’m more in a Snorkel mood today. So, I will go with that one.

    Thanks for the morning eye candy! 😀 Yum!!

  435. Andrea says:

    Everything here is beautiful, but I would pick Vera’s Garden as my favorite today, in honor of the people of Haiti. The flowers and colors remind me of the joy I hope will regrow in their lives. I encourage everyone to visit Craft Hope, or SouleMama, or NPR, for some suggestions about ways to help. Blessings…

  436. Jamie says:

    I love the Isabelle Lace Swirls and all of the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket line! They would make fantastic totes!!

  437. I love the Isabelle circular medallion in blue. I can see this in a quilt or as a nice lunchbag/napkin set. Oh, please pick me!

  438. Helen says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman!! Perfect for some cute girly totes!

  439. Jessica says:

    my oh my the vera’s garden line is beautiful!

  440. Ashley says:

    Ooo- I forgot to say what I would make with the Anne Marie Horner fabric! I would make a bag using one of the large prints for the outside and one of the line patterns for the inside. I’m thinking a sling bag. 🙂

  441. Brownie says:

    How do I choose? I’d love the Japanese honeycomb or the Vera. I am going to make a diaper bag soon, and both of those would be great!

  442. Ashley says:

    I LOVE the Anne Marie Horner line…simply gorgeous. I would love to win it!

  443. Jennifer says:

    They are all beautiful but I especially love the Snorkel collection. I’d make a little beach/picnic blanket for my two girls (I love finding fun, vibrant fabrics that aren’t too girly!).

  444. omama says:

    I love this imports! The kitchen novelty print is great – retro print in subtle colors. The dots too are wonderful. I end up with polka dots in every quilt somehow so it wouldn’t last long in my stash! Looking forward to the love theme for February.

  445. Renee E. says:

    I love the isabelle in blue and of course a quilt would be nice I would have to buy some of the coordinates too if I win one yard!

  446. Karen says:

    My favorite is Vera’s Garden – to add to a coupld of retro skirts for my granddaughters!

  447. Samurai Mom says:

    Can’t Choose, can’t choose, can’t choose …uh….um.. Vera’s Garden!

    Why do you always make it SO HARD to choose?

  448. Lindsey says:

    I’m lovin’ Isabelle–so cheery and festive! I think I’d make fabric baggies 🙂

  449. susan jonsson says:

    I have a little niece, 3 who would love a doll quilt with the honeycomb fabric! Incredible collection….


  450. Liz says:

    Love the Snorkel prints! Perfect for kid-friendly goodies for all the birthdays I have coming up!

  451. jm says:

    I’d like to win any of this, but I especially love snorkel. I think it woould make a very fun quilt!


  452. Adrienne says:

    I love love love Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket! I would make it into a little sundress for my 2 year old to wear this summer, I think it would look so sweet!

  453. It’s so difficult to choose (they’re all too beautiful) but I love the vera garden the best of all!! I’d like to make grocery tote bags with the fabric, and some patchwork kitchen items like potholders and aprons with the leftover fabrics…!!

  454. Judy D. says:

    i love those honeycomb dots, and all of the little folks line as well!

  455. Valerie says:

    LOVE the snorkel, especially the whales, what fun pajama bottoms they’d make for my little boy!

  456. Jens says:

    I’d love to win a yard of Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I would use it in a picnic blanket for next summer.

  457. Julie W says:

    I love all the fabric collections, but I think my favorite is Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. All the prints look great for making something for the kids, especially my son. I also really love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin, which I would use to make a dress/outfit for my daughter.

  458. Rachel says:

    I love Damask Orange-Isabelle. It would make a cute skirt.

  459. Jody Wenner says:

    um…i’d like each and every one of them! I like the japanese prints the best though!!!

  460. wendy says:

    Yuwa/Kei by a long shot!!! Love the linen so much!

  461. Isa says:

    The new snorkel fabric from cosmo is so great!
    I’d use the bubble mist print for a mini quilt with ships and waves 🙂

  462. ~Michelle~ says:

    I already have FQs of the entire line of Little Folks voile, but now I’m wanty for the dobby dots. *sigh*

  463. Jessica C says:

    Damask Orange ~ Isabelle for sure!

  464. bruinbr says:

    I just love the stacking the odds quilt pattern, but my favorite is the Little Folks! This would be perfect for a quilt for my DD!

  465. Jacinta says:

    I LOVE the Snokel by Cosmo Cricket! I’m planning on making my son a rain jacket and would love to use the fabric with the whales for the lining!

  466. Michelle B. says:

    Snorkel would be perfect for my two boys!

  467. Krystina says:

    I’m so glad to hear about February’s theme! I am very much looking forward to it. Sounds awesome.

    As for the prizes, it is really tough to choose. I love the look of the honeycomb fabric, but I also love the Isabella line. I would use whatever I won to make a sewing machine cover. I despterately need to make myself one, but all my other fabrics in my stash are currently “promised” to other projects!

  468. Krista says:

    I could probably find something do to with all of them. However, I’d have to pick Snorkle. I’ve been wanting to do a quilted wall hanging with some applique for my children’s bathroom. This fabric would also be perfect to add a tiny bit of flair to a simple linen bag pattern I’ve been working on! Wish me luck!

  469. Jen says:

    I LOVE snorkel!! I just got the book “One Yard Wonders” for Christmas. There’s a laundry bag pattern in there that I would LOVE to see hanging from the back of my son’s nursery door. A snorkel bag would make getting the laundry done a cheery chore. =)

  470. Tammy says:

    I love the prints in the Vera’s Garden collection. One of them would make a darling spring dress for my daughter!

  471. Alina says:

    I like vera’s garden. it is soooo beautiful. I would make some pilow covers. thank you!

  472. Anna says:

    Definitely Anna Maria Horner, I have been holding myself back from spending our grocery money on a huge stack of it for summer dresses and skirts for my girls (and maybe for myself too!).

  473. Victoria says:

    Well! I’ve been looking to make a new dress (I know, one yard would need to be supplemented) and with that in mind, I most fancy…either the Isabelle fabrics (particularly the damasks) or the Vera’s Garden. Though honestly, they are all lovely. Soooo lovely! I couldn’t sanely turn any of them down.

  474. Raven says:

    If we wrere lucky enough it would be the Yuwa/Kai. Again not sure what would be done with it but somethingstunningl ike a special handbag for auction.
    Lovely fabric as ever . Love the blogs and thx for our last prize.
    Love Raven

  475. Kacee Pate says:

    Wow I love all of them! The bright colors and prints are so yummy! I’m new to sewing, so I’m going crazy with projects and loving every minute of it! One of the firsts on my long list is to make some bright, cheery pillows for our living room to match the cheery personality of my family! I would love all of them, but I think the Circular Medallion Blue from the Isabella collection would make some fabulous pillows! Thanks!

  476. Deon says:

    The Japanese fabrics are lovely for the mood I’m in now – the muted linens, soft colors – simple and spare for winter.

  477. Patricia says:

    I love these fabrics. I am making a sampler of 40s patterns like dresden plate ,rocky road to Kansas ect and it would be fun !!!
    I love Isabella by Anna Griffin. The pink really rings my chimes!

  478. Rina says:

    They’re all adorable, but I’d have to vote for the Snorkel fabric, especially the ones with the small fish.

  479. Callie Callender says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden… I’m organizing my craft space and I could see this used in so many ways to add my spunky flair to my space!

  480. Bonney says:

    Hard to choose but I like the Snorkel; specifically the fish on the white background. I can think of a couple things I’d like to show off at the beach!

  481. Kathy says:

    I really like Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman! What a great retro feel. Reminds me of when I was a kid in the 70’s. I’d probably use it to tie together a scrappy quilt with lots of colors. Always looking for ways to use my scraps, and this might make a nice jumping off point for color choices, then be used as a border.

  482. Monika says:

    Isabelle is my favorite, but they are all so cool. Thanks for the give away.

  483. Megan says:

    I love the little folks dobby. I’d probably make a dress for my little girl.

  484. kathryn says:

    I love the Denyse Schmidt Hills and Hollers quilt pattern!

  485. Lorrie says:

    Oh I’m craving green and blue just now and the Isabelle Damask by Anna Griffin would be just the thing to make some new cushions to brighten up my living room.

  486. Anna says:

    I LOVE the two fish prints from snorkel! Its hard to find cut fish prints that don’t look like a fake acquarium! I’d use them for baby quilts- my friends and I all love boats and the ocean, and some of them are just having their first children!

  487. Anna says:

    Denyse Schmidt’s new line is on my list to buy… And with those patterns, it looks absolutely gorgeous!!!

  488. Susan says:

    The Snorkel fabric selections are great! I’d make a tote bag for my daughter or maybe something matching for grandson and granddaughter. Hmmm, the possibilities are endless!

  489. Dianne Black says:

    I love the Isabelle fabrics by Anna Griffin. The colors are beautiful. They remind me of spring.

  490. Claudia says:

    I’d love to make a babu quilt with the Horner Dobby line. The possibilities are endless!

  491. Melanie Senko says:

    Isabelle is Gorgeous. So Pretty for a baby girl.. and vera’s garden is retro funky too. love them both.
    love your site, can’t get enough.

  492. Vicki says:

    My favorite is Isabelle by Anna Griffin! Since I’m on a quilting kick, it would most likely find itself in a quilt project. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity:)

  493. kimmer says:

    Snorkel is so bright and cheery- just the summer preview we need right now! I’d have to make a beach cover up for my daughter or a picnic/beach blanket with it… something to celebrate the warm weather! Thanks for the great geveaway.

  494. Betty says:

    I like Vera’s garden for a lunch bag and napkin.

  495. Leslie says:

    Oh man. It is between Denyse Schmidt and Robert Kaufman. I love how Denyse’s selection has a little bit of everything. Robert’s has a retro flare to it, but with better colors. I will have to go Denyse’s fabrics. There is so much you can do, but I would make a pillow for my bed.

  496. Cassandra says:

    Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei all the way! It’s my fave! I would use that yard of honeycomb to cover the front of my sidebar in my kitchen. It has an open portion that i stuff misc. junk in it. I want to make it into curtains to cover that up!
    My vote is for the Japanese Imports!

  497. Vanessa Williams says:

    Wow! What a generous giveaway! All of these fabrics are lovely, I would use something from each of these collections. However, I have been needing to make myself a set of spring napkins (tired of using paper ones!) and I think the honeycomb print would look so cute on a reversible napkin. Thanks for the chance to win!

  498. jenny kim says:

    snorkel for sure! i would make the most adorable overalls with the fabric! i hope i get chosen!

  499. Lauren says:

    So pretty!! I am loving the Isabelle collection, especially the stripes! Wouldn’t it be so pretty to make matching pillows or bedsheets in the stripes and damask?

  500. Lindsay says:

    Love the Umbrellas Mist-Snorkel, just bought a pink tank top and was thinking of copying a friends idea of whacking it off and using the fabric to turn it into a sun dress for one of my girls. I do like the same with the red polka dots too, could use to appliqué on a boys t-shirt, ooh the possibilities!

  501. shannon says:

    Oh my! Snorkel is so fantastically playful! I’d love this to create a summer apron.

    I can see me now….wearing my snorkel apron with yellow heels and fake pearls…maybe a matching snorkel hair accessory…sipping a mojito and looking out at our summer barbecue party while I finish hanging paper lanterns and lighting citronella candles.

    So fun!

  502. Julianne says:

    I would love to win the isabelle fabrics. I would try to make an apron using the Amy Butler pattern I just bought last night!

  503. LJR says:

    A Japanese Imports’ Honeycomb would look great in a baby quilt I’m planning to make.

  504. amy says:

    Love them all, but I think I could do something fun for my toddler girl with Onnanoko (Girl) ~ Linen from Yuwa

  505. Sarah says:

    I love the Yuwa/Kai Honeycomb! I’d probably use it up adding accents to lots of projects, bit by tiny little bit.

  506. Cara says:

    Mmmm! They’re all beautiful but I like the Anna Griffin fabrics the best.

  507. Definitely I want the Proverbial Quilt pattern by Denyse Schmidt. And the new Anna Griffin fabric to make a ’60s-inspired tunic.

  508. Katie says:

    The snorkel fabric is perfect for a baby blanket I want to make for my nephew (due in April). Let’s see, I’ll want to use the fish spray I think, for the backing. I’m thinking a denim quilt top, so it’s durable. Thanks for the giveaway. I sure hope I win!

  509. MrsNehemiah says:

    So pretty I love them all. but Isabelle is my favorite. I would love to make a pretty set of matching sister dresses for my neices.
    Mrs N

  510. Erika says:

    The snorkel fabrics are so cute! They would look great in a quilt for my nephew.

  511. pam says:

    I just received the “One Yard Wonders” book for Christmas and I can’t wait to make some of the projects! Any of the featured fabrics would work beautifully. I like the Vera’s Garden and Japanese Imports fabrics!

  512. Amanda says:

    I would love the Forest Hills Sweet ~ Little Folks Voile. It would make gorgeous pillows for my little girl’s new big girl bed!

  513. Alyssa says:

    I love Vera’s Garden, Vintage Pillowcase Summer. I’m sure I would make a dress for my little girl with matching headbands for both of us. Any scraps I would give to my mom for the quilt she will be making for her granddaughter.

  514. Sherri S. says:

    So pretty! While I adore the Japanese fabric, Anna Maria Horner’s Forest in any colorway would make a darling gored skirt (I realize I’d have to buy some, too!). I also love her Square Dance voile.

  515. cinzia allocca says:

    I need to get my hands on some of that Japenese fabric!! And I would love to try to make a Denise Schmitz quilt!1 Sublime!

  516. ChrissyB says:

    I love it all but the kitchen utensils pattern in the Japanese import section is just screaming at me to be made into a very stylish apron for my daughter…or me!!!

  517. Grace M says:

    I love the Isabelle line. I’m also dreaming up a set of beautiful napkins, fabric coasters and placemats for the new apartment I’ll be moving into soon!

    And even though I’m not a mama yet, I absolutely adore this site. Thank you for the chance to win and all the hard work that you put into this wonderful site!

  518. Kelly says:

    I love the Anna Griffin fabric. Actually, I love everything she does!!! I’d make pillows for my bedroom. Thank you so much for these wonderful giveaways.

  519. Jody K says:

    I love, love, love Snorkel! I’d make little skirts for my girls, or a summer bag for me.

  520. Nicolle says:

    I’d love the japanese fabric. I have a baby boy due in just a few weeks and have been at the sewing machine making him a bunch of stuff, but I’d love to also make my two year old a special big sister pinafore with this gorgeous fabric. Thank-you!!

  521. Amy says:

    I love the honeycomb prints from Yuwa/Kei, I would really like to try making some clothes for my baby boy with those!

  522. Megan L says:

    I ADORE Anna Maria Horner’s Little Folks Dobby patterns! Well, I adore all of her patterns, but those are my absolute favorite! I have a quilt all planned out for when I get the extra money to buy them, which won’t be for a few months yet.

  523. Kristine says:

    I love the Diamond Mine Pomegranate from Little Folks Dobby. It would make a really cute summer top!

  524. Lin says:

    I love love love love the Japanese imports!!! Just started a quilt with that color scheme! Thanks for the chance to win

  525. Karen H says:

    That’s a hard choice!
    I do love the bright cheery colors of Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket given our current weather. I think it would make a great library tote or shopping bag.

  526. Andrea says:

    I LOVE the bubble prints in the Snorkel collection (although I do like the entire collection a lot). I would love to make some fun crafts with the pretty fabric.

  527. Sarah says:

    I LOVE that snorkel line!

  528. Claire says:

    I love the Japanese imports especially the honeycomb prints in gold and green. I would make cute baby pants for my soon to be born baby.

  529. John Adams says:

    Wow, such great giveaways! I’d love the Denyse Schmidt pattern or the Japanese fabric, but my #1 choice would have to be the AMH Little Folks Dobby. Thanks (as always) for hosting!

  530. Renee G says:

    Would love to make a baby quilt with the snorkel prints.

  531. Janelle says:

    I love the Little Folks Dobbby. I’d probably make a sundress for my little girl or a curtain for her small windows. I also love the quilt patterns–stacking the odds is my favorite among these ,but I really like her Single Girl pattern and would love to try it someday.

  532. Grace S says:

    I love the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei and thank you for the giveaway!

  533. melissa says:

    I’m loving the Yuwa/kei fabrics! I’m thinking about a robot applique out of those for my sons shirts and shorts this summer!

  534. carolyn says:

    Im lovin’ the new DS line I got from you!!

  535. LOVE LOVE LOVE Isabelle’s Damask Pink. Love it. Perfect for a little girl skirt, lamp shade, pillow…endless possibilities!

  536. delitealex says:

    I like the snorkel collection it would be great for my boys.

  537. Allison says:

    I love the look of the Denyse Schmidt’s Hills and Hollers quilt pattern! It would look stunning in my room….

  538. Heather says:

    I love the Japanese Imports collection. I’ve been really into making wrap-skirts lately and I think any of those fabrics would look lovely as a skirt!

  539. I love the Honeycomb fabric, but everything looks amazing!

  540. I just bought a bunch of Anna Maria’s voile fabrics but I missed out on the dobby dots! I’m in a quilting bee and next month is my month…I’d love to have those dobby dots in my voile quilt!

  541. sherry says:

    Oh my, I love it all. I would LOVE the Japanese imports. That linen is making my heart pitter patter. I would make SOMETHING for my little girl (two years old). Maybe for easter. Can’t wait!

  542. Liz says:

    I love all the new fabric!

  543. MaryAnn says:

    The Snorkel collection would be perfect to use in wee outfits for my new grandson this summer. Thanks

  544. Amanda says:

    I love, love, love the whole Little Folks line. My dream is to sew everything from that right now!

  545. Jane says:

    Definately, Isabelle is my favorite. The orange colorway would probably be first pick, but really all are gorgeous and would coordinated with fabrics I’ve already collected. I’d either use them in a bed-size quilt I’m planning, or for a spring table topper or runner. Thanks for doing this. I’m checking out the Haiti charity as well, been thinking about an etsy shop for a while.

  546. Elizabeth says:

    Loving the Little Folks. I’m due with a baby girl any day and I would make a killer carseat cover with the fabric.

  547. LisaCorrie says:

    I love the honeycomb. All of the fabrics from the Yuwa/Kei line are gorgeous!!

  548. LisaCorrie says:

    I love the honeycomb by Yuwa/Kei. All of the fabrics in that line are gorgeous!

  549. Kristine says:

    I love the Cosmo Cricket Snorkel collection! Such a bright and cute line!

  550. sharon says:

    I like Isabelle, love the bright colours. I think I would make something pretty for the table, a runner or some placemats. Thanks.

  551. Jennifer says:

    I looooove Isabelle! What a beautiful quilt it would make. That would definitely be my pick!

  552. Rmenda Crane says:

    Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman

    i love them all but this my fav.

  553. Linda in Calif. says:

    Okay it was a hard but I finally decided on Isabelle. I have a friend named that and a modern style lap quilt – made for Isabelle with Isabelle fabric. How perfect would that be for such a wonderful giving woman named Isabelle?

    Thanks for the give away.
    Linda W.

  554. Annalee says:

    I’m loving Vera’s Garden. I think I need to make myself a scarf!

  555. Misha says:

    I love, love, love the Isabelle! The colors are so pretty! Thanks for the chance to win!

  556. Sherrie Wolfe says:

    A fabric from the Snorkel collection would make a cute dress and bloomer set for my 4 week old daughter for the summer! I love the fabric collection and the Denyse Schmidt quilt patterns!

  557. Tasha Williams says:

    I love them all, but Little Folks would make great baby quilts for my two nieces due in the next couple of months.

  558. Maria says:

    Love the Anna Griffin fabric. I’d make something for my daughter, probably a tunic.

  559. lahuitrefrite says:

    I’ve been coveting the dobby, in citrus, for a sundress for my niece…or a smocked halter for her aunt. Thanks, as always, for the giveaways. Looking forward to Sew, Mama, Sew’s version of February.

  560. Its_Lily says:

    Holy Cow! How to choose which I love the most? Since I have to choose a particular project to make with the fabric, it would be Isabell so I can make the totally fabulous petal bag that I just saw online. Thanks for the give-away. You’re going to make a few people very happy.

  561. wendy says:

    I’m digging the Isabelle line from Anna Griffin. I’d love to make a boho chic bag/carry all with it!

  562. Sara Hemmeke says:

    The cog & wheel pattern by Denise Schmidt is gorgeous! Love the traditional look with a funky modern twist. Of course, it’d be fun to sew up in the snorkel collection to brighten my grey winter days, too! 😉

  563. Stacy says:

    I love the Vera’s garden the most and would make lovely skirts for my two girls with the beautiful florals.

    thank you too for your info on helping with the Haiti tragedy. Your site is always so informative and caring. Love that.

  564. DianeM says:

    Oooo…I’d pick Isabelle from Anna Griffin…and I’d make a pillow out of each design for my sofa…how pretty would that be!

  565. jennee says:

    I’m lovin’ the Isabelle collection…just beautiful! Thanks for the chance 🙂

  566. Greta says:

    I LOVE the Snorkel Collection!! What beautiful, vibrant colors and just perfect for a baby quilt for my new cousin who will be arriving in June!

  567. WendyP says:

    I would want to win the Snorkel fabrics. They are so cute! I have a 10 month old grandson that I am collecting fabrics for an I Spy quilt. I would use the yard of Snorkel for the binding and one of the I Spy squares.

  568. Rebecca says:

    I would like a print from Vera’s garden to make a highwaisted, 4in elastic short gathered skirt! A bit trendy, but I think I can pull it off.

  569. Kristin says:

    The Snorkel collection is adorable!!

  570. Lori R says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden collection! It looks really similar to some of the vintage sheets I’ve been collecting for a project. Maybe I’ve just found my shortcut!

  571. Ginger says:

    My favorite is the Snorkle. I would use it to make my son a crayon holder.

  572. Tess Burns says:

    Little folks! Reminds me of oilcloth prints. Cute!

  573. Lee says:

    i love Vera’s garden. perhaps because i wish i could see my garden right now, buried in snow. I could see a skirt for my daughter and also a lovely summer quilt.

  574. kristin says:

    I love “Little Folks”…such a great line and feel to the fabric!!

  575. Agnes D. says:

    I love the Umbrella Spray print by Snorkel. Its fun enough for kids clothes and toys, but modern enough to make into a womens skirt or tote. I see lots of possibilities here 😉

  576. Jenna Nelson says:

    I think “stacking the odds” and “isabelle” would be beautiful together.

  577. Shannah says:

    Wow! So many giveaways, and so many pretties! If I *had* to choose, I’d pick the Anna Maria fabric. I’ve been drooling over it for a while. 🙂 (Can’t wait for True Love month!)

  578. Celeste says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden prints! They are so pretty and I would love to be able to make a new spring-time purse with any of them!

  579. Laura says:

    I LOVE the Girl Friday line.

  580. Annika says:

    I think Honeycomb needs to be something for my little girl. Maybe a little tunic-style top.

  581. Stacy Gibbs says:

    I love Isabelle from Anna Griffin! I think i would make lots of accessories to go in my daughter’s soon to be “big girl” room! The fabric is just beautiful!

  582. I must be going through a girlie girl stage…I am loving the Nicey Jane line and the Meadowsweet line, love it all!

  583. Lorajean says:

    The whales are too cute! Having a second boy and it’s always hard to find cute prints for boys!

  584. Tiffany says:

    isabell or the japanese fabric. it’ll go towards me learning how to make a purse or handbag for the first time!

  585. Natalie says:

    Oh, I have had my eye on the snorkel fabric! I would love to make a cute little baby quilt with those. I’m crossing my fingers 🙂

  586. Shawnie says:

    Love the “little folks” collection! What fun could be had…

  587. Wendy D. P. says:

    I love the honeycomb prints! Perfect addition to a quilt I’ve been planning!

  588. Karen says:

    I love the Snorkel Collection – I’ve been fixated with those wee red & aqua prints ever since I read the SMS tutorial “Elizabeth’s Fabric Focus ~ Quick-Piece Tiny Squares”. I would love to try this on a bigger scale.
    Thanks for a great giveaway & fingers crossed!!

  589. Sophia Aster says:

    I would love the Vera’s Garden in yellow/orange/pink! I would make a blouse for spring!

  590. Gwyneth says:

    i love vera’s garden. i would add it into a quilt for my niece.

  591. Rebecca says:

    I’d love some of that gorgeous Isabelle fabric! That would make a great sundress or a couple skirts for my girls! Thanks for the chance!

  592. Laurie says:

    Love me some Anna Maria Horner. I imagine a summery dress or blouse with it.

  593. Katie B says:

    Oh, tough choice! They’re all fantastic. I’ve been hearing so much about the Little Folks collection. I’d love to get my hands on some of that!

  594. Laura says:

    I LOVE the Snorkel line! It’s time to start sewing beach bags and that is PERFECT!

  595. Tiffany says:

    I love Anna Maria’s fabric. So great. I would start a quilt with it probably. I love quilts!!!

  596. Sarah S says:

    I’d love to get my hands on those little folks dobby prints! Might be nice for Easter dresses for my little girl!

  597. Danielle says:

    love the snorkel collection of fabric — can see my soon to be 6 year old playing on the beach in a sun dress made from these!

  598. Jen S says:

    Isabelle by Anna Griffin is most eye-catching to me. Beautiful and scrumptious.

  599. Eerika says:

    Ooh, I love the Yuwa/Kei fabrics, especially the wonderful folklore-ish “Juniper Stripe” print, I’d love to make a skirt out of that for myself! It’s so gorgeous!

  600. Sarah Kidder says:

    I love to win Isabelle by Anna Griffin! I have been looking for fabric to make a quilt for my baby, due June 10th and have had a hard time finding any that I like – that has changed now! I don’t know the gender of the baby yet, we find out on the 25th, but I could use the blues for a boy and definatally the pinks/oranges for a little girl. Thank you!

  601. ~Helena~ says:

    Yummy, fabric eye candy. I like the Vera’s Garden, looks like the kind of fun seventies print. I have in a old quilt my great grandmother made using old clothe with bold prints like that.

  602. Elenaor says:

    They’re all fabulous! I really like the Anna Griffin line! Those colors would fit right in with a lot of my stashed fabrics. I think maybe I’d use them to make a bright, Spring/Summer lap quilt.

  603. Carrie says:

    Oh, it is all so purty. I am loving Anna Maria Horner’s new stuff!

  604. Melisa says:

    Ooohhhh…I ♥ the Snorkel line by Cosmo Cricket!! Oohh…they sure do know how to speak to me! :o) I can’t honestly say what I’d make with it because I’m afraid I’d want to just hoard it since it’s so incredibly adorable!! :o) No, honestly, my best friend is pregnant, and has an ocean theme in her nursery (don’t know if it’s a boy or a girl), so I would change my plans for a Katie Jump Rope quilt to this Snorkel quilt. I also love their Girl Friday line. Mmm…yummy!

  605. Lynda Gray says:

    I absolutely love the new Snorkel by Cogsmo Cricket! Would be wonderful for a baby blanket. I am expecting my first grandbaby and a good friend of mine wants to make him a quilt. Would love to use this fabric for the quilt.

  606. Korby says:

    Isabelle, by Anna Griffin. WOW!!

  607. Gretchen says:

    Anna Griffin for sure! That line is stunning!

  608. Malorie says:

    I love the honeycomb! It would go in my stash to make another quilt for sure.

  609. Whistlepea says:

    I am in love with the Anna Maria Horner prints!

  610. Christina says:

    Oh how I ADORE the Isabelle line! All the patterns are definitely my style. I was thinking of making some cute springy place matts for my table. 🙂

  611. elana says:

    i love the honeycomb…i’ve been meaning to make a summer shirt for myself. this might just make me do it!

  612. Jeanelle says:

    That snorkle fabric is really love…I like that it is a bit different from the lots of the popular fabrics that are out lately.

    Check out this fabric/paper artists blog for some touching first hand experiences of Haiti:

    She just (last week) returned from Haiti.

  613. Beth says:

    I would want Isabelle. I would make a apron…

  614. Jessica says:

    Of course it’s all gorgeous, but the Hills ‘n’ Hollers pattern would be my number one choice. If I could handle the challenge, it would be beautiful on my guest bed. Love it!

  615. Haysie-Doodle says:

    What a fabulous Friday! I’d be thrilled to have any of the fabric choices, but Onnanoko would have to be my #1 pick. Since visiting Japan last year, I’ve fallen in love with all things Asian (even sushi). I think I would use the bulk of the fabric as a skirt overlay for a dress, but I might trim the decorative bits at the top to use on the bodice– somehow.

  616. Doris says:

    Snorkel…I’ve got some little boy quilts to make and that is just perfect!

  617. Ange says:

    Thank you for such a generous giveaway. For me it would have to be Little Folks Dobby by Anna Maria Horner to make a cute summer dress and hat for my godchilds birthday.

  618. chandra says:

    I really like the honeycomb coffee. I think I’d make some pillows. But, if I won Pastry Line Olive ~ Little Folks Dobby I’d make a skirt for myself. Which would I like best? I think a skirt for me!

  619. Tarrah says:

    Oh my! Where to start! I have loved Little Folks for quite some time as I subscribe to Anna Maria’s Blog, but I have to say that Isabelle by Anna Griffin so goregous and I had not run across her or this fabric. So because of SMS, I have found it!
    Thanks! My vote is for Isabelle!

  620. Krystin S says:

    I love all the choices but to choose just one it would be the Anna Maria Horner prints. I have been looking at those for some time and they are just so pretty. Thanks for the chance to win:)

  621. kari says:

    I love, love, love the prints in the collection from the Japanese company Yuwa/Kei.

    I’m envisioning funky outfits for my girls with accents of Japanese fabrics. 🙂

  622. Sarah says:

    I ADORE Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I’ve been meaning to make a jacket for my son & maybe some more clothes for him & his brother & these would be perfect! 🙂

  623. Emily says:

    Circular Medallion Orange ~ Isabelle is divine!

  624. Amy says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden line by Robert Kaufman. I keep picturing little coin purses or even the lining for some full sized purses. Love it!

  625. Cecily says:

    I love the Snorkel and the Japanese Imports fabrics. I would love to use them in some quilts and make napkins with them.

  626. Ashley I says:

    I really enjoy the Isabelle line. I am in the process of making a spiderweb quilt and these prints go with my color scheme.

  627. hillary says:

    I love your collages! nice work 🙂

    and since I’m here, throw me in the dobby hat please. I’ve got spring dresses dancing in my head.

  628. Katie says:

    You want us to choose?!!!! They are all so beautiful, but I love the Damask Orange from the Isabelle collection.

  629. Tressa says:

    I like the Sub spray print in the Snorkel line. I’m making eye spy quilts and this would be so fun to use throughout all of them.

  630. ahk says:

    I love the slightly crazy flowery Vera’s Garden motif — just what we need in the depths of winter!

  631. Lisa says:

    Isabelle or snorkle Im a baby quilt making woman lately. I have two little girls coming into the family and im making the Vintage Baby by Katy Cupcake quilt…it’s really cute and scrappy…BUUUT snorkle is so cute! Im sure i’d think of something…like everything i can’t decide lol

  632. Mary L. says:

    I love the fabric Peony Plaid Blush ~ Meadowsweet. All the fabrics are wonderful. Thank you for the giveaway.

  633. Denise says:

    Oh man, I am torn! I think I can narrow it down to either Vera’s Garden, Vintage Pillowcase (Summer or Spring colorway)for a nice spring blouse, or Kei Honeycomb in Steel for a quilt I am planning. 🙂

  634. Erin says:

    Thanks for the Craft Hope link. Such a good idea…

    Wow – I love the Vera’s Garden prints! I’d definitely turn one of those into a dress for my daughter, and maybe a matching one for her doll (although my husband tells me that’s nerdy!).

    I’ve drooled over Honeycomb for ages too…. So many prints, so little time!

    Thanks for the giveaways.

  635. Kate says:

    I need to get back into sewing! Tough choice, but I would choose Vera’s Garden and make a sweet retro apron or two.

  636. Jessica M says:

    Wow, I love the Mosiac Florals in Pink from the Isabelle line, would love to put that into my daughter’s easter dress 🙂

  637. Berrie Bowen says:

    Anna Maria Horner’s Little Folks fabric makes my heart sing! So beautiful!

  638. I think Isabelle by Anna Griffin is my pick. I love the fabric–its vivid colors and brightness. I love the name—my grandma’s name was Isabella.
    What would I do with it? Considering that I just found out I’m going to be Grandma in August, I would make something lovely for a grandbaby!

  639. Kathy says:

    i’d love to have a yard of the dobby Anna Maria Horner fabric. I have been very intrigued by her new designs. I think I would make a little Oliver and S popover dress for my niece!

  640. Sandra Parks says:

    I absolutely love the new Snorkel by Cogsmo Cricket! Would be wonderful for a baby blanket … what I love making the most … and I have a new grandbaby due NEXT Friday, 1/22/10 … and we are hoping for a boy to go with his sister. Thanks so much. (Although it is very hard to pick just one line. I am a fabraholic! no kidding!)

  641. Beth Ellen says:

    I love the honeycomb, and all of the Japanese fabrics. So nice for handbags!

  642. Corvus says:

    I love “Asian Garden Licorice ~ Vera’s Garden”, and would probably use it a) for some kind of top or b) to applique on some sort of top. I imagine it would look lovely mixed with a rough linen.

  643. Lizzie says:

    I LOVE the Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei!! Perfect for my little girl’s playclothes and accessories, as well as a fun tote for me!

  644. Rebecca says:

    Vera’s Garden wins hands down! My sister is contemplating starting her family so I would say that I would love to receive Hazy Daze Spring for the base fabric of a baby quilt since it could work easily with other fabrics in my stash for quilt for either gender.

  645. Alex says:

    I’ve been seeing the honeycomb fabrics in quilts all over flickr. Need some!
    Can’t wait for the February theme!

  646. Sigrid says:

    I love stripes mixed with pattern and the colors blue and orange together, so that japanese juniper stripe really makes me smile!

  647. Anna F. says:

    do we have to pick just one??? these are all so great! i guess i would go with The Proverbial Quilt Pattern ~ Denyse Schmidt Sewing Pattern and make a quilt for both of my children, using different fabrics to suit their taste. Depending on the letters, i might use specific ones and create a personalized saying for each of them. that would be fun:) thank you for the chance to win one of these great products!

  648. angela says:

    Love the big florals in Vera’s Garden. I’d make a top for my daughter.

  649. Sarah says:

    Without a doubt I would choose ‘Isabelle’. Not only because its fab colours and striking patterns caught my eye but because my own little Isabella turned one yesterday. I would love to make her a quilt and a yard of ‘Isabelle’ would get me started. A pretty girl deserves a pretty quilt to snuggle in don’t ya think??!

  650. Cynthia says:

    I think my favorite my be Isabelle by Anna Griffin. Those colors appeal to me right now but I love them all.

  651. Lisa Berends says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden. How adorable for a cute little modern retro dress for my daughter to wear to school!

  652. Mandy Jordan says:

    I just got my first shipment of fabric from you guys and I love it all! The shipping was superfast! I love the Sunspots Spray – Snorkel. I would more than likely make a new quilt.

  653. Lauren says:

    I’d love the Snorkel line and would use it in a new baby boy quilt, for my little one due in July.

  654. Margie Bennett says:

    I love Isabelle from Anna G. I would make a sweet little skirt for my daughter. Wow this fabric is all so beautiful!!

  655. Kelly says:

    What great fabrics! I’m having trouble deciding which I like the best! It’s either the Lace Swirls Blue (Isabella) as a skirt, or the Little Honey Berry (Little Folks Voile) as a hat. For either I’ll have to add/buy a fraction of a yd too, but *so* worth it! If I really must pick, I’ll choose the Little Honey Berry since it’s just so cheery and bright!

  656. Sonya M says:

    Snorkel is absolutely adorable! My 3 year old son is fish-crazy, he would love anything I made for him with it. Perhaps some lounge pants, a pillowcase, a tote bag for his toys…. the possibilities are endless!

  657. Canan says:

    Vera’s Garden. I’m new in sewing, so anything easy to sew, probably cushions come first:)

  658. daniela says:

    o those japanese prints, as well as vera’s are wonderful. i would also take any other…

  659. Norma says:

    snorkel, definitely snorkel! That whole set is perfect fro a summer quilt or for a little boy

  660. Cindy says:

    I LOVE the Vera’s Garden designs. The bright pink background would make an awesome tote bag, though I see some funky aprons coming out of that collection too!

  661. missknitta says:

    I love the Yuwa/Kei and the honeycomb would be perfect for an apron I’ve been wanting to make!

  662. D'Ann says:

    What lovely fabric! I would love to win the Vera’s Garden or the Honeycomb print. I am working on a zigzag quilt that the garden print would be lovely for. Thanks for the opportunity!

  663. Somer says:

    I love all these fabrics, it almost feels like spring. But there is just something about dobby.

  664. Antoinette says:

    Definitely the Damask Blue Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I just learned last week that you sell fabrics…great selection.

  665. mamamouseiam says:

    Phish fans, Daughter and Son-in-Law, are about to welcome a new little guppy into their family so, natch!, Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket is my fav. I’d like to make something special with one of those cute prints. Thanks.

  666. Jennifer says:

    I’m nuts over the snorkel collection! LOVE those whales! I would have to make a little beach-comber button-down shirt for my little nephew.
    But I also love the Isabelle collection. I have friends with a 2-year old little girl who has just been diagnosed with Leukemia. Her name is Isabelle and these fabrics remind me of her! They are cheery & happy & beautiful, just like her. That would have to become a cute little sundress for her!
    Gorgeous stuff, you guys!

  667. Karen Caron says:

    I would love to win anything from the Isabelle line by Anna Griffin. I would love to make myself a new purse with it! I will say though it was really hard to pick just one!

  668. Jessica B says:

    I would love to win a yard of Isabelle. I would probably use it in the quilt I am making for my little girl. It was a hard choice because the snorkel fabrics are so cute!

  669. Carla says:

    I’d love Snorkel. I’d make a blanket for my preschooler.

  670. Tina Mackey says:

    I love Snorkel! In a fabric world that favors little girls, I’m always super happy to see fabric that would be great for little boys!

  671. leah says:

    i really like snorkel and isabel!

  672. Erin Mosier says:

    I love the Snorkel patterns! I just received a sewing machine for Christmas and am excited to start some projects! I think the Snorkel fabric would be so cute as a summer/swim tote bag for my son!

  673. Kim B. says:

    Oh I absolutely love the snorkel prints! As a mom to a boy, it is so hard to find boy-ish prints but the Subs-Mist and Fish-Spray are absolutely perfectly boy-ish! I think I would make my son a new laundry bag with one of those if I won. The laundry bag he had broke (store-bought, figures) and we’ve been throwing his dirty clothes in the corner for longer than I care to admit 🙂 I swear, one of these days I’m destined to win this! HAHA!

  674. Andrea P. says:

    They all are nice, but I think I like the Isabelle line best!

  675. I was just looking at the Snorkel collection earlier this week trying to find an excuse to buy some (I promised my husband I wouldn’t buy any more fabric until I started using some of what I already have or unless I have a specific project in mind). I’m new to quilting and I’ve become obsessed with fabric and trying to come up with my own quilt designs. We have a little niece who has been having a lot of medical problems and I’m sure she needs a new quilt made out of that material. =)

  676. katie says:

    Wow, wonderful new fabric! Love the Japanese linens and honeycomb. Would love to get my hands on some of that and make something for my new little man :). Thanks for the fantastic giveaways.

  677. April says:

    I love the Isabelle. It looks like a loverly spring skirt.

  678. Leisel says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric line– totally begging to be quilted. The Hill n Hollers quilts pattern, though is pretty awesome.

  679. Maggie says:

    That snorkel fabric is adorable! I have been looking for something like that to make new lunch bags for my girls.

  680. Vanessa says:

    I love Anna Maria’s dobby dots… I would put it towards a dress or other clothing item…

  681. Erin says:

    I am loving “Village Path Berry ~ Little Folks Voile” — I would love to make some throw pillows for the couch!

  682. Tiffany says:

    I love the green alphabet fabric. I can see a pillow for my sons room made out of that fabric. His favorite color is green and he is obsessed with the ABC’s! (He just turned 5!)

  683. Andi says:

    OOOHH, I love Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I think I would have to make a fun pool/beach bag for this summer.
    Can’t wait to see what you have in store for February!!

  684. I like the Snorkel line. I don’t know what I’d make yet what, but it definitely be something really nifty for my babies!

  685. Allison says:

    Ooo!! I think the Isabelle collection is my favorite. I found a pattern awhile back (on your site, btw) for a really cute clutch. Having just gotten my first sewing machine for Christmas, it seems like a pretty simple pattern that I could tackle 🙂

  686. Jennifer says:

    I absolutely love the Onnanoko (Girl) ~ Linen from Yuwa. I was born and lived in Japan for five years and have a deep affection for Japanese things. I have been wanting to create an inspiration board and this would be absolutely perfect as the background fabric.

  687. Holly says:

    Oooh — I love the Vera’s Garden collection!! What fun! My fave is the Vintage Pillowcase Summer.

  688. kim3timemom says:

    Oh I love Vera’s garden and I’d love to make the Stacking the Odds Quilt with it…that would be so pretty. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  689. Deborah says:

    Would like any of the Snorkel series to make kid’s clothes or toys.

  690. amisha says:

    i love the denyse schmidt patterns… i would love one to make a quilt for my bed!

  691. Sara says:

    I would really like one of the Denise Schmidt quilt patterns, also those Japanese Fabrics are pretty cool.

  692. Jacey says:

    I’m loving all of these new fabrics, but I’ve especially got my eye on the Anna Griffin prints. They look perfect for some new pillows. Lovely!

  693. Jennifer says:

    i *heart* the snorkel fabric! it’s fun, bright and has so much movement to it!! i’d like to win a yard of any of those fabrics. the “cog and wheel” and the “single girl” patterns are my favorite new ones.

  694. Kim says:

    Vera’s Garden fabrics are beautiful! It would make a pretty skirt or apron.

  695. Janessa says:

    I like the blue circular medallions in the Isabelle collection.

  696. brite says:

    How to choose? I think the Isabelle collection is my favorite! Still trying to furnish the guest room with cute accents!

  697. Veronica says:

    Isabelle by Anna Griffin. They are too cute and yet still sofisticated!

  698. Kelli says:

    Wow–you’re so generous, but you make it so tough to decide what to choose! 😉 If I were to win (crossing my fingers and typing at the same time right now) I would either choose the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket to make a beach bag for our summer trips to the beach or I would choose Isabelle by Anna Griffen and add it to a collection I’m putting together to make a lap quilt for my daughter–or I might just make something her a sundress so she could show it off because the colors and prints are so sweet!!!

  699. Lauree Myler says:

    i would love the little folks dobby by anna maria horner. i actually made a very beautiful scarf for my MIL for her birthday out of some of it already. it feels like heaven and the colors are gorgeous.

    thanks for a chance to get my hands on some more!

  700. Jennifer says:

    I love Vera’s Garden. I would love to make some of my little cosmetic bags with it.

  701. I love Isabelle! I would not make anything with it. I would gift it to my sister, as she makes awesome things with fabric! It would be to thank her for taking my Son to preschool (along with her Son) every day this year! He could not have gone if she did not offer this generous thing to me! I’d love to thank her, in fabric, as she thinks in fabric. I think she would quilt something with it!
    Rebecca of the R&W Gals

  702. carrie says:

    I love Isabelle! This is so cute! I’d make fun things for my baby girl’s room for her arrival in May!

  703. tonya lemos says:

    I’m loving the little folks voile as well as the adorable linen from Japan with the little girl in red. I’d like to make that into a childs dress….and finally get around to making a quilt!

  704. Amy says:

    I LOVE “stacking the odds” and all of the lovely Denyse Schmidt fabric patterns!

  705. Julia says:

    I would be so happy to win any of them! I think what I would be most excited about is one of Anna Maria’s Dobby fabrics. I have been wanting to see that pattern of hers from her new line for a while. I think I would make either a throw pillow for my living room or even part of a door stopper which is needed for the spring when the windows are open.

  706. Beth says:

    The Isabelle is beautiful! It looks just right for a spring skirt for my sweet little girl.

  707. Kimmy Ho says:

    Hello there,
    I would love the snorkel set of fabric! THose are just awesome!! Thanks for the chance to win! I would make a bunch of things that I have listed in my personal sewing list but first I want to make a pair of cloth shoes for my baby boy!
    Kimmy Ho

  708. Maureen says:

    Snorkel looks like lots of fun! I would love to try some crayon rolls or kids aprons with those great prints!

  709. Jessica says:

    Snorkel is my fave! I’d make some sort of toy for my daughter.

  710. Roberta says:

    I keep looking at “Lace Swirls Orange” from Anna Griffins Isabella collection because I want to incorporate some orange in my home this year. I’ve never attempted a quilt…but I like the mod “Hills n’ Hollers” pattern.

  711. I love all these fabrics—how could I pick just one? Maybe the Japanese one….or Cosmo Cricket…ahhh! LOVE THEM ALL!

  712. Jeannette says:

    I love the Snorkel and the Japanese fabrics. I’m in the market for new fabrics for a baby quilt. This time for my OWN baby!! That’s right, after 6 years of trying (and countless quilts for other children) baby #2 is finally on the way!

  713. Ellen says:

    I would like to win a yard of the Honeycomb fabric…I think I would use the piece for a tote bag or something similar.

  714. Kristen A says:

    Wow, I LOVE Vera’s Garden, especially the yellows and oranges. Reminds me of my childhood!

  715. I would love to try the Little Folks Dobby. It looks so fun. I hadn’t seen it before. The Anna Griffin is lovely too. How sweet of you to give it away. Now, what would I do with the Little Folks? I’m thinking springy skirts for my girls (maybe NieNie by Pink Fig). They’re ages 2 and 4. Thanks for the chance!

  716. AmyB says:

    I have always loved Cosmo Cricket’s paper lines, and their fabrics are equally as fabulous! The fish and submarine fabric from the Snorkel line is just clamoring to be made into a sweet sundress for my little girls!

  717. Carla Timberlake says:

    I’s love to add some honeycomb to my quilting stash!

  718. Mona says:

    Nothing like making a giveaway really, really difficult for us!! how can we possibly pick among so many gorgeous fabrics? I don’t suppose “All of the above” counts, huh? 😉

    After changing my mind half a dozen times, I chose Beach Blanket spray-Snorkel. I’m not sure what I’d do with it–but I know it would make me happy to see it sitting in my sewing basket. The colors are perfect!

  719. Persia says:

    Hah hmmm this week I’m picking “Isabelle” by Anna Griffen Though it was hard to pick one this time as they are all really cute.

    I would make a wall collage because the fabrics are so pretty just as they are.

  720. Lynne says:

    Wow! Fantastic new fabrics!!
    I absolutely love the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. What great prints and colours for babies! Love it! I also love the beautiful and sophisticated fabrics in the line of Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei. Fabulous! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

  721. Risa J says:

    I would love the Juwa/Kei in Honeycomb coffee.
    What a great give-a-way!

  722. becky price says:

    The Japanese Imports look perfect for a man/boy quilt! And, since I have been looking for such fabrics, that is great! But, I like Vera’s Garden best. It is so happy!!!

  723. AudraJoy says:

    I decided to make a quilt for my brother who is graduating high school this year, it will be my first quilt ever! I’d love to have some of the honeycomb to use in it.

  724. Kristin says:

    Hard choice. I guess I will Anna Maria’s Dobby, though that Honeycomb would be a close second. As far as what I would do with it, I have no idea, but it sure is pretty! 🙂

  725. Jackie says:

    I love the snorkel collection! It would make a great donation quilt.

  726. Judy R says:

    Oh- the teal fish in the snorkel group and of course the Robert Kaufman!

  727. Anita says:

    Oh my gosh there is so much beautiful new fabric! Be still my wallet! I really love it all but I’m so drawn to the new meadow sweet line. And I really love the Denyse Schmidt patterns. Happy Friday!

  728. Kristy Kaye says:

    I love the new Anna Maria Horner, the colors are fantastic. The Denyse Schmidt patterns are pretty awesome too. So much good stuff!

  729. Diana says:

    I love, love, LOVE Vintage Pillowcase–Summer from Vera’s Garden! I have been planning to make a patchwork shower curtain for our guest bathroom that coordinates with a blue and yellow vase as well as melon-colored bath towels. Squares of this alternated with squares of a blue colorway would just delicious, don’t you think? 🙂

  730. Melissa says:

    I just love the Isabelle line and think it would make a great tote!

  731. Dawn says:

    I am in love with the snorkel line, my boys would absolutly love a quilt or some bags out of that. What a cute line for little boys. the proverbial quilt pattern is so different i love it!

  732. Kim says:

    Oh, the Isabelle prints are beautiful!

  733. Kristen says:

    Well, I actually love it ALL! But my favorites are the Honeycomb Gold (love bright yellows) and the Anna Maria Horner dobby dots. So pretty!

  734. Mary Claire Blackburn says:

    I love the snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I am thinking about using it for the nursery and bedding for our little boy due in April.

  735. Wendy P says:

    I’d love the Snorkel! I’ll most likely use it to make summer jammies for my daughter. Thanks for the chance!

  736. Melissa Ann says:

    I really like the Lazy Days Spring print from Vera’s garden and I would make an Oliver + S Sunday Brunch jacket for my twins. So cute!

  737. grace says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden fabrics and the Snorkel line is so cute. What would I make???? One yard would make two little girl skirts – one to keep and one to send to give to a child in need.

  738. Vegan Noodle says:

    I’d love to win some fabric from the Snorkel line. It fits the theme for my soon-to-be-born son’s room perfectly! I’m thinking I would make one of those fabric ring stackers.

  739. Stacy says:

    Oh, I love those snorkel fabrics. Such vibrant colors! It would be hard to choose among them, but I think the whales / starfish / fishies on white would win out. 🙂

    Thanks for the link to the Craft Hope site.

  740. Suzanne says:

    So much beautiful stuff! I love the Snorkel line. Such fun kid prints. I’d also love to have some honeycomb in my stash!

  741. Mandy says:

    Oh gosh… Now I’m not sure. Maybe the Snorkel prints by Cosmo Cricket would be a better jumper for my daughter… but I still love the Japanese Imports.

  742. Cindy says:

    I really like the snorkel set of fabrics–Ihave some little beach bunnies that would think it grand too!!

  743. Betsy M says:

    They are all so pretty!! The colors in the Little Folks Doby, however, speak right to me this morning. I am looking outside at a blustery sky and drifts of snow so I would make something cheery that I could see allot of this winter – maybe an apron or a new window valence. Thanks for the great blog!!!

  744. Mandy says:

    I absolutely love the Japanese Imports by Yuwa/Kei. I have been wanting to make a jumper for my 2 year old as well as a matching skirt for myself! These would be perfect.

  745. Lina says:

    I still love Anna Maria Horner’s Little Folks collection. I’d love to get ahold of some of that to make some really pretty purses. Which I’d probably be tempted to keep all to myself!

  746. Patti says:

    They’re all cute…I’d love the Japanese fabrics, but Snorkel and Vera’s Garden are great. Who am I kidding? I’d be happy with any one of the fabrics!

  747. Kristy says:

    I would make “Stacking the Odds” with the “Isabelle” line by Anna… I’d add tons of white to make it light and airy. The fabrics just ooze oddles of spring fever!

  748. Emily S says:

    I’m torn between Isabelle and Vera’s Garden. But i would make something for my little girl using the One Yard Wonders book that i got for Christmas!

  749. ktquilts4fun says:

    Oh, I like the Isabelle, by Anna Griffin. I would love to incorporate these prints into quilts that I am currently making!!!

  750. Karen says:

    I love the fabric from Yuwa/Kei!

  751. Tina says:

    I would love to win the Yuwa fabric – they just scream “home decor”. I hope i win.

  752. marisa says:

    Oh my gosh – I would love any one to them! I could make a cute shirt for my son from the Snorkel collection, or a handbag from the Japanese Imports.

  753. Katie says:

    I would love to have the Snorkel fabric! It is absolutely adorable and would make a cute kids beach blanket!!

    Thanks for the opportunity

  754. Kelli says:

    I love that snorkel collection! Especially the “Spray” patterns in Sunspots, subs, and beach blanket. I love to stick bright patterns with solid colors in quilts – I think those would look great with aqua blue, yellow, and orange fabric! I also would love to get my hands on the Mosaic Florals and Stripes in Pink from the Isabelle collection – that would make such a darling easter dress for my Baby J! Love the new collections!

  755. Christine says:

    I sooo want to fussy cut that Isabelle, by Anna Griffin and sew it up with some cobalt blue sashing.

  756. anja says:

    Love the snorkel collection–would make a fun beach blanket and beach bag. Nice to think about going to the beach during a frigid Wisconsin January!

  757. Katie Wilson says:

    I would love to win the Isabelle by Anna Griffin!

  758. KIMBERLY says:

    I have always had a love for fabrics and sewing but have just been able to purchase my first sewing machine. I have a six month old little boy Jack and I am learning how to sew for him. I have been enjoying all of your tricks and tips as I go on my sewing journey. I love the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket what fun little boy clothes that would make.

  759. Brianna Decker says:

    I love the Isabelle fabrics. The ones featuring red or orange would be perfect for my wedding this fall. I wish I knew exactly what I would make from them. Possibly the fabric gift bags for the tea favors.

  760. Julie says:

    I love love love Isabelle! those fabrics are so inspiring – especially since i’m currently working on a plan to re-decorate my daughters room! Beautiful!

  761. Ellen says:

    I cannot stop looking at Little Folks Dobby by Anna Marie Horner, I wish I could touch it. I usually spend my stash making dresses for my little girl, but with this fabric I would like to make a dress for me!

  762. Marci says:

    Lots of great fabric! I think I would choose Snorkel, it looks fun for kids stuff.

  763. amandaH says:

    I’d want the Anna Marie Horner fabric. I’d probably make a new purse and wallet for me. Mama needs a new bag 🙂

  764. I’d love the Honeycomb! I’d make new cloth napkins for my family…to go with our first house! 🙂

  765. Megs says:

    Love me some snorkel!! It just screams my 2 year old niece all over it!!! :0)

  766. Palila says:

    I like snorkel! I could make a few bib/burp cloth sets for friends, but I think I’d really end up making myself a new beach bag.

  767. amy says:

    I love all the fabric, but I guess I’d love to try my hand at making the “stacking the odds” quilt.

  768. Sarah D says:

    Wow! they are all great and I can imagine what I’d make with all of them! I am trying to start into clothing for my little girls and Snorkel would look great on them!…. and it would make for fun quilts too!!!!! I love fish!

  769. Andiette says:

    OOh! That Damask Orange by Anna Griffin is yummy. It would make a great pillow for my bedroom.

  770. Marlena says:

    I’m so happy to see you have the Little Folks Dobby! I’d been looking for it. I’d love to mix it with some of the voile for a summer scarf.

  771. Stacey says:

    I just love that Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. Little fishes and beachy themed fabric, perfect for summer kids clothing. And how cute is the one that looks like little pieces of hard candy.

  772. Christen says:

    Snorkel is adorable- I would make something for my little boy, for sure!

  773. Tracy says:

    Anna’s Little Folks Dobby, please!!

  774. sarah lynne says:

    i love the japanese imports. i think a nice calm baby quilt would be lovely out of them.

  775. kelly says:

    You had me at Anna- (horner or griffin!) Lovely prints all around. 🙂 May have to do a little stash shopping…

  776. Donna says:

    Oh they are all lovely! I would love, love, love to have the Vera’s Garden fabric. It would make a lovely spring skirt for my teenage daughter.

  777. Sarah says:

    Love Snorkel for a new swim bag for my son!

  778. Monet says:

    I’ve wanted to try the Honeycomb ever since I saw the Little Forest Quilt on the Purl Bee blog…I’ve started collecting fabrics to make it for my mom for Christmas this year! (link:

    Thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!

  779. Kate E. says:

    The Isabelle fabrics by Anna Griffin are gorgeous! I would probably either make them into a purse or a part of a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaways!

  780. Llamabean says:

    I love the snorkle fabriccs, the little whales are so cute. I would probably make up a whale softie for my nephew.

  781. Debbie Bishop says:

    Though they all look great I love the Isabelle collection. Those color groupings always catch my eye. I’m new to the posting but want to thank you for all of the great ideas I get from your site/blog. Keep up the good work. It really helps those of us who are still newbies in the sewing world.

  782. Alicia Tharp says:

    I live in Texas and my family in Wisconsin and the Vera’s Garden prints remind me of the flowers my mom plants in her flower gardens and my grandmothers kitchen curtains! I love it!

  783. pamela says:

    After a whirlwind year of planning my daughter’s wedding, I am just now getting back into my love of fabrics. The Anna Griffin collection is fun – more colorful than my usual choices. I have a new book of nothing but 1-yard projects that I got for Christmas! What a perfect pairing! Hope I win! Thanks for the chance!

  784. Maya says:

    I would love to win the Cog+Wheel quilt pattern. Of course I would make that! I would also love to win a yard of the Vera’s Garden collection. I would make a small purse.

  785. Jo Ann Glenn says:

    I am new at sewing and I would be so grateful for any of the above fabrics. It is so nice of you to do this. I will be making a tote bag at my first sewing class – Sewing 101, of course! Thanks again.

  786. kathi gold says:

    I would LOVE to get Veras garden prints . I never ever seem to enter these things in time -but I will give it a shot.I make wall hangings-quilts-appliques-it depends on what I have to work with.

  787. Bridget says:

    I would love to win some of the Vera’s Garden Fabric. It’s so fun and fresh. I would make either coasters or a tote bag(maybe both) with the fabric. Thanks-

  788. Anna says:

    Snorkel is by far my favorite. I see this making a really bright string quilt, or a mom/daughter apron set or a pj pants and appliqued shirt. I’m drooling!

  789. Ashley W says:

    I love the Isabelle prints by Anna Griffin! They would be perfect for a couple baby quilts I will be making in the next couple months! I have to say I’m going to get started on my Haiti relief efforts right now. I was just down there in October for a mission trip and it breaks my heart to know some of the people in the center of the disaster. Keep praying for their safety!

  790. Carol Harlow says:

    Ooh, I love the Isabelle collection, such pretty color combination’s! I’d make a skirt for my daughter. Thanks for doing a fun giveaway!

  791. Stacy says:

    I hvae to pick just one? I was only able to narrow it down to two, so you choose for me 🙂 I like the Girl Friday collection and the Vera’s Garden prints. I would make a summer skirt out of the fish fabric for my daughter. I could see the Asian Garden Licorice in a skirt for me or maybe a handbag. Thanks for the chance to win!

  792. Patricia Newton says:

    Vera”s Garden is my favorite!! I have a large flower garden and love fabric with bright and colorful flowered patterns. I’d would make aprons for my daughters, oh and wouldn’t pillowcases be fun? I’d would go through all my “I’m going to make that someday patterns” and find something perfect to make.

  793. Melissa says:

    These are all fabulous, but I would love to win the Isabelle patterns by Ann Griffin. I make girls dresses, and getting ready to re-launch my site on Etsy with some new spring dresses. I could see this fabric in a cute patchwork apron dress, or a babydoll dress/top.

  794. SewLindaAnn says:

    Oh! Vera – Reminds me of some vintage napkins I had. I would make strips of the fabric and combine with a solid to make a tennis tote to carry my stuff to the court. Love it!! Thanks for the chance have a great day!

  795. Kate says:

    Oh I have been loving Little Folks from afar for a month now. And my daughter has a birthday in March- just enough time to try to tackle the Oliver + S Birthday Party Dress, so that’s what I’d make.

  796. I just love to win some Kei honeycomb! Thanks for the giveaway!

  797. Kristy V. says:

    Oh my goodness, I love them all! A top favorite though, would be the snorkel prints, particularily the bubbly looking ones.

  798. bea levern says:

    the materials are all so nice. I like Veras designs, best but then little folks & isabelle.. well they are all just terriffic how can one choose. I would make patcxhwork squares toward a quilt. if I would win fabric.

  799. Jodi says:

    I love the hills & hollers quilt pattern and I am LOVING the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I am thinking a quilt just might be in the works!

  800. Sara says:

    I love the Anna Maria Horner Little Folks fabric.

  801. wintor says:

    Oh oh oh! I love the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket and have many a baby niece or nephew that would love a little quilt out of that.

  802. Loral says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! I’d love to win the Vera’s Garden, the blue and mustard print looks just like my mom’s coffee cups from my childhood, ca. 1975! I’d pair the fabric with some linen to make an apron and some kitchen accessories, maybe a hot pad, to go with it 🙂

  803. phadsgal says:

    I love the Japanese import Utensils. How cute would that be as an apron?

  804. Melisa says:

    loving the Isabelle collection by Anna Griffin…esp the blue & orange circular medallion & the damask blue.

  805. MissMary says:

    Love the Isabelle fabric and Japanese Imports! I’d use them in designing some sweet fabric accessories–jewelry, headbands, etc.–or work them into my bird-themed baby quilt!

  806. Sarah says:

    I love every single fabric of the Snorkel collection! So fun! What about a cute skirt with my free yard? 🙂

  807. Shannon says:

    I love “Vintage Pillowcase Spring ~ Vera’s Garden”. It would make the most adorable skirt for summer.

  808. Rosemary says:

    They are all lovely. I’d love each one, for different reasons. However, I would probably pick Anna Marie’s voile…it is just so lovely for a quilt.

  809. Karen says:

    Snorkel is absolutely adorable! I especially love subs spray. I can already picture my 1 year old girl wearing a little jumper from it!

  810. Elyse Mullis says:

    I love the Japanese imports. I don’t really have anything like this. What would I make? Let’s see, there are so many things it could go with. Perhaps some cute tissue holders or trim on a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway!

  811. Sarah E. says:

    I love the Isabelle collection! I think I’d use some of it for a skirt, or even a dress for my littlest one!

  812. Kristen says:

    Ooh, Isabelle!

  813. Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for the link to Craft Hope!

    And if I were the lucky winner of free fabric, I would race to grab the Little Folks Dobby, hesitating only in choosing between the colors. While I love the detailed designs of the other collections, and typically love Anna Maria Horner’s prints in particular, the simplicity of this design and the texture add up to a stunner. I’d want to make something with very few lines, like a squarish blouse or even a scarf, to showcase the design of the fabric.

  814. Amy says:

    I love the Anne Griffin prints!

  815. they are all so pretty. I like Snorkel the bast as it has such a “playful vibe to it”. seriously with what is going on in my life, We need a bit of play here.

  816. Bonnie says:

    Love the Japanese Imports! I could see some cute baby booties being made out of that particular fabric 🙂

  817. Deanna says:

    Either the Vera’s Garden or the Snorkel. What fun, cheerful fabrics in the depth of a very gray winter! Thanks for the offer. We are all praying for Haiti.

  818. Victoria says:

    I LOVE Vera’s Garden…it is so beautiful. I think I would have to try making a dress for my daughter. I haven’t made clothing for her yet so this would get me started. Plus, a raggy flower headband…oooh so pretty with this fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win it!!

  819. Jeannine says:

    Denyse Schmidt can do no wrong.. I love her new line.

  820. Rachel says:

    I LOVE the “Isabelle” by Anna Griffin! The color palette is right up my alley and would be fun to add to a new quilt. I am just getting into quilting and looking to be inspired–this fabric does it for me!

  821. Anu says:

    loving the little folks stuff!

  822. Val says:

    Snorkle Bubbles Mist! Gathering fab choices of fabric for my 10yr olds upcoming Rock-n-Sew birthday party. Each girl is making a headband – who wouldn’t choose Snorkle Bubbles mist?

  823. Laura James says:

    It’s cold right now in Chicagoland, but time flies and whan warm weather returns, I’ll need a new lightweight bathrobe. I think Anna Maria’s Little Folks Voile would be lovely to wear on a sunny Sunday morning in May. Reading the paper and drinking coffee wrapped i Coloring Garden Dusk or Village Path Sea would be divine!

  824. Erica Hager says:

    Oh my what beautiful fabrics and wonderful patterns! Such hard choices. I’d have to choose the snorkel fabric. Oh wait. The honeycomb print. Yes, definitely the honeycomb. I’d either use it to make some baby booties for our baby due April 1, or use it in a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  825. Brittany says:

    I would make an Amy Butler Field Tote and matching wallet out of the Isabelle Fabric.

  826. Ashley says:

    Great fabrics, as usual! I have quite the selection in my shopping cart as I type this… and of course, would be thrilled to win some! It’s a tie for me between the honeycomb and the dobby dots…. they’re both so gorgeous!!

  827. Monica says:

    I recently purchased some Kei from you and it’s fabulous. I would love more colors than just the two I got. The Vera’s garden is fabulous and wild though! Very fun!

  828. annalee says:

    I would love love love any of these fabrics because I have never had the pleasure of being able to use them but I ADORE the VERA flowers. I quilt & applique and would make a quilt.

  829. Ashley says:

    Oh- Snorkel is adorable!!! My 6 month old son, Chase, would look adorable in something made from that fabric 🙂 All the fabrics are cute 🙂

  830. Sonja says:

    Isabelle is beautiful! I think I’d use it for something quilted.

  831. Emily says:

    I really like Isabelle and the Japanese imports. I would love to make some patchwork fabric baskets. I have also been meaning to make an Ipod cozy. I could make any number of beautiful things with this fabric. But most of all, I would be making myself a way to distract myself from thesis writing…

  832. Becky says:

    I HAVE noticed that is was quiet over here. In fact, I got all happy and full of chills when I saw your name light up in my Google Reader 🙂

    I love them all, but I’d especially use the Isabelle collection for a lap quilt for my very own drafty living room. Lovely!

  833. Kolleen says:

    I love Vera’s Garden–it makes me think of my mother and her Vera scarves. I’d make a big lap quilt for my bed with big squares and sashing.

  834. Sabrina says:

    Isabelle by Anna Griffen 🙂 I used to love her products when I worked in a small stationary store the specialized in wedding invitations. I think I’d make a mail sorter for my sister, it would go perfectly in her house and she loves pretty fabric.

  835. Crystal says:

    Wow such good ones! I am really liking the corkel and the vera’s garden. I love the bright colors and patterns! I wish i could imagin such pretty colors.

  836. Victoria says:

    I love the Isabelle in the blue. I think I’d make some library bags, or maybe some skirts for my girlies, or maybe a spring table runner, or maybe… But they are all lovely! Thanks!

  837. Kimberly says:

    Just look at all that beautiful fabric! I love that Snorkel, but really want the Little Folks – I’ve been eyeing it to make a retirement quilt for my mom and haven’t taken the plunge yet!

  838. Candace Henderson says:

    I really like the Yuwa set. I think that the coordinating dot pattern is great and the way it coordinates with the very original prints can be great fun! I want to thank you for all your great stuff! I stay so inspired!

  839. Emily says:

    i love the fabric from Yuwa/Kei. i would love to make a quilt with it and/or wall decorations for my 3 month old son’s room!

  840. Jeanne White says:

    How generous! I love Vera’s Garden and specifically, “Hazy Daze Spring” and would add this to a brown/blue quilt I have planned.

  841. Monica says:

    I love the Anna Griffin prints. They are so cheerful and bright!! My yard would just go into my stash. I can’t start another one until I finish the one I am on. Handquilting surely takes a lot more time than I thought it would! But I am enjoying it!

  842. Michelle D says:

    I love the fabrics from Yuwa/Kei, especially the Kitchen Utensils pattern, but the Honeycomb Red is beautiful also! It would be a great compliment to the vintage feedsacks I already have planned to use in a quilt… thanks for the opportunity!!

  843. Jennifer says:

    I would love a bag from the Isabella fabric… 🙂

  844. Ruthie says:

    Oh sorry I forgot to add what I’d make — accent pillows for sure! show case the sweetness.

  845. Tracy says:

    I would love to win all of these! But thinking practically, just for a moment :), the Yuwa/Kei Honeycomb would be most useful and versatile. I would probably use it in a quilt or an apron or some baby bibs. Thanks so much for your great giveaways. I am hopeful that I will win eventually!

  846. Val says:

    Snorkle Bubble Mist! Assembling fab choices of fabric for my 10 yr olds upcoming Rock-n-Sew birthday party! Each girl is making a headband – who wouldn’t choose Snorkle Bubble Mist????

  847. Ruthie says:

    Oh I love the Anna Maria Horner Folksy fabric, sooo sweet!! 🙂

  848. Courtney says:

    I think some of the Anna Griffin fabric would look great as Portabello Pixie Gracie Dress.

  849. Celeste says:

    I think I would have to choose an Anna Griffin fabric. Hers are just too beautiful. I think I would have to make a bag with it.

  850. qsogirl says:

    I love cosmo cricket’s scrapbooking papers and now i love their fabrics! i didn’t realize they had them!

  851. jill says:

    I would love a yard of that yellow Kaufman Vera. I would use it to make a little dress for my baby girl for the summer.

  852. Karen says:

    I am loving them all, but the Beach Ball Mist from the Snorkel collection is what I would want if I won–I am getting ready to make diaper covers for my new granddaughter, and that looks so fun.

  853. Marianne says:

    I would love to win a piece of Vera’s Garden, especially in blue and yellow. I am making a king size quilt from mostly blue and white men’s dress shirts, and I’d like to add a small amount of yellow to make it pop.
    Thanks for your contests. They are really fun!

  854. sarah says:

    I’m loving all of these fabrics – wow! I think the Snorkel line – specifically Fish Mist is way cool. I think I would make a little pillow for my son’s room in our new house. I’d frame a scrap or two to hang for him as well!!

  855. Deanne says:

    My favorite fabric is the Floral Medallion Blue from the Isabelle Collection by Anna Griffin. I would use it to line and embellish a laptop sleeve I am knitting and felting for my 15 year old daughter. She has a penchant for small prints and this would look great with the yarn I am using.
    All the fabric collections are beautiful.
    Thanks for the link to the Craft Hope site.

  856. Ellen Ban says:

    Denyse Schmidt’s Stacking the Odds pattern is catching my attention. My Hope Valley fabric is waiting for the perfect project which might be this.

  857. Jen says:

    i’m new to this blog…and you give away fabric on fridays?! wow. i loooove the Yuwa/Kei honeycomb…i think it would make pretty fabric napkins for my new/evolving eco-friendly lifestyle 🙂

  858. Sandy H. says:

    I’m itching to start a baby quilt and I love the Snorkel collection. How bright it is!

    My donations have already been made to Doctors Without Borders, Save the Children and the Red Cross but I will jump over to Craft Hope and take a look.

  859. amanda says:

    I’ve been freaking out about the Vera/pillowcase design… I’m decorating my girls’ rooms in vintage sheet love right now, so I’d totally use it for that!

  860. Adeline Lim says:

    Subs Mist ~ Snorkel is my favourite! Love to make a pair of pants for my 3 year old who”s crazy about whales:) Thanks & happy sewing.

  861. renee says:

    I think the sub spray, fish spray, and beach ball spray would make very cute summer clothes for my two year old. But I also LOVE Japanese fabric. I often get it and decide later what to do with it. Normally is something for my living room. Vera’s Garden is nice too. I love Mums and Daisies. You really shouldn’t tease me like this.

  862. Beverly says:

    I’d love to make some pillows and accents for my den/living room with the Yuwa/Kei fabrics … and then probably some bibs & baby accessories with the Snorkel fabrics!

  863. andrea says:

    I would love to win the Denyse Schmidt goodies 🙂

  864. Genevieve says:

    i love the snorkel by cosmo cricket! i would love to make either a fun skirt/dress or a swim bag for my daughter for this summer. hope i win!!

  865. Kelli says:

    I love, love, love the snorkel line – I would make some cute beachy shorts for my 2 boys!

  866. Renea says:

    I really love the Isabella fabric. I can see bags, tablerunners and purse organizers made from this fabric. With just the right pattern a quilt for may small bedroom would be beautiful.
    Thanks for doing the giveaway.

  867. Oh Golly, how to choose. We’ll okay – I love the Anna Maria Horner fabrics – love everything about her. And those new linens look beautiful – I never have enough spots and stripes and simple colours in my stash, so that would be a good addition. But I think most of all (and surprising to me that this is my number 1 choice) is the Kaufman floral prints. I really like Hazy Days Spring, Lazy Days Spring and Vintage pillow case.
    So – what would I make…. I think I’d finally make something just for me (and no-one else). A sweet little top from my new book would be perfect. (And the book is “One Yard Wonders”, so I know that one yard of any of those fabrics would be just the right size and I wouldn’t have to share with anyone else).
    Thank you.

  868. Nichole says:

    I actually like Snorkel. It’s kind of cute!

  869. megan porter says:

    Just found out we are having a baby boy, and I can just imagine creating something adorable with the Juniper Stripe Blue ~ Kei Fabric- it would be perfect!

  870. heather says:

    I love the isabelle patterns, especially the pink mosaic, ooh so pretty and inspiring!

  871. Elaine says:

    It’s hard to choose! I like the Little Folks Dobby – I’d use it in a quilt.

  872. alison says:

    Wow so hard to choose – but I think I would like to win the Snorkel – it’s just so bright and cheery!

  873. Robin says:

    would love some Pastry Line Marine for a bedskirt for my first grand child arriving in the spring.

  874. Lydia says:

    I LOVE the Isabelle collection. Those are absolutely gorgeous! I have been wanting to do some quilting, so since these all coordinate, it may be a good first project!

  875. Unity says:

    The Japanese imports is so pretty!

  876. I’d like to win some of the Little Folks Dobby to use in my “Single Girl Quilt”

  877. amy says:

    Snorkel – I’d make a quilt for one of my boys. That the big plan this year! Also love Vera’s Garden. Thanks for the chance to win!

  878. Cindy says:

    I adore the Snorkel fabric. I’d probably make an outfit for one of my little girls out of it.

  879. Susanne says:

    I think Vera’s Garden would make an adorable tunic for my sweet little girl!

  880. Randi says:

    I love Vera’s garden. I have a quilt that I used from when I was young that needs some repair. Those would match the feel of the quilt perfectly!

  881. Quinnlynn says:

    Isabella Fabric…Love it! …I am new to sewing and have been making for everyone else!!! would love this great Isabella Fabric for ME some new PJ pants…CUTE and GIRLIE :)…..

  882. Mandi says:

    I love the entire Isabelle collection, especially the blue damask. How lovely!

  883. the cog and wheel pattern is wonderful. Have been looking for pattern to replace an old quilt. This is beautiful. May just need to buy it !

  884. Amanda says:

    I’ve loved “Little Folks” since I first saw it on Anna Maria’s site, but I think the “Isabelle” collection is perfect for the projects I’ve got planned.

  885. Mandy Todd says:

    I love just about all of the collections, but the Snorkel collection looks like too much fun for a kid’s room…something I’m going to have to work on as I transition my child from the crib to a big kid bed!

  886. Sally K says:

    Isabelle! I’d use it with a bag pattern. Love the much inspiration.

  887. Elizabeth says:

    I love the Snorkel fabric…and the Vera fabric also! I would make something for my three little boys with the snorkel fabric – but I would make something for MYSELF with the Vera! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  888. jennsquared says:

    Oh my, so hard to choose!!! I think I’ll have to choose the Snorkel for my little girl!

  889. Marissa says:

    Ooh, I have been drooling over the Little Folks voile & dobby. I’ve got a beautiful throw for the sofa in mind!

  890. Ashley H. says:

    I’m currently coveting the Little Folks collection by the fab Anna Marie Horner. So awesome. So soft. So… EEP!

  891. Louby Lou says:

    Wow! I love the fabrics from Vera’s Garden by Robert Kaufman, very funky and retro!

  892. Jeni says:

    I love the Isabelle line by Anna Griffin, so pretty. I would use these to make some quilt blocks to then be used for some pillows 🙂

  893. Lynn Poulin says:

    I would love to win a yard of fabric from the “Snorkel” collection to make a summer outfit for our one year old granddaughter–I’m crossing my fingers AND toes!

  894. Marianne Ogg says:

    Oh man! I love love love those Japanese imports!! They call to me! I’ll have to look into buying some if I don’t win because I love them too much!

  895. Rachel says:

    I really love the new pink stripes in the Isabelle line from Karen Griffin! It would go perfectly for the quilt and accessories for my babys room that I am designing! I really love the vibrant colors!

  896. Melanie says:

    I love the Japanese imports! I have a new book of zakka projects that I’m waiting to try out.

  897. kristi says:

    I love me some Kaufman!

  898. I just love the snorkle line of fabrics! It is so cute! I am due to have my baby boy in March and those fabrics would make some adorable baby bibs, burpies, and pants!
    Isabelle is so cute too! I would love to make some cute wallets and handbags out of that cute line!
    Ps! Thanks for letting us know about the etsy shop for Doctors about borders….It seems like the very crafty poeple out there sewing are also very generous!

  899. Amy says:

    That’s a tough one, but I’m a sucker for Denyse Schmidt. Any one of her patterns look awesome, though Stacking the Odds is the one that is most my style. The Proverbial Quilt makes it in at a close second! Looking forward to the love theme.

  900. Caroline says:

    I have been looking for fabric to make a dress out of. Something short and summer-y. I really like the Japanese Imports!

  901. Jennifer says:

    I did not know shipping was a flat rate of $5! I’ll be placing an order today. Also, I’m a fan of the Anna Griffin.

  902. Kelli says:

    I dig the Hills ‘n Holler quilt pattern. It reminds me of Duke’s lined-up surfboards in old time Hawaii. I also think the Snorkel and Little Folks like are great Spring/Summer fabrics for baby projects! I’m already getting ideas for my soon-to-be-here little one.

  903. Dru says:

    I love the bright colors and patterns in the Snorkel collection.

  904. SarahKate says:

    Love all of those fabrics, especially Isabelle by Anna Griffin! I’ve been toying with the idea of trying my first craft/quilt for charity… I started sewing a year ago and I’ve been following blogs like this to teach myself quilting, learn new techniques, and get inspiration (i’m 22 and no one I know personally sews or quilts). I love all the tutorials you have too! I’ve started making pouches, bags, etc recently and I’m in the works of starting my own flikr/blog.

  905. Jennifer R. says:

    The entire Isabelle collection is just begging for me to make a bag from it. Thanks for the give-away!

  906. betsy says:

    I would love to win Veras garden. all my flowers froze due to the freezing spell we had here in Florida and that is the closest I will get to seeing beauitiful flowers. I would make a floral wall hanging to remind me of Spring.

  907. Julia says:

    Since I am window shopping today these are a few of the things on my To buy list 🙂

    I would love to make the Prairie Girl ~ Favorite Things Sewing Pattern and The Liverpool Shirt, Tunic, Short and Long Dress ~ Amy Butler Sewing Pattern and Funked Out Peasant Blouse ~ Lila Tueller Designs Sewing Pattern

    Folk Stripe Purple ~ My Folklore to make a new bag for me.

    And I am really liking the Little Folks Voile Moonlight ~ 9 Fat Quarter Pack too bad it’s out of stock.

    And since I can’t shop for me without looking at stuff for my kids I love The Lily Top ~ Pink Fig Sewing Pattern and The Mia Top ~ Pink Fig Sewing Pattern

    Your site is defininetly my favorite site to browse! Thanks for having such great content.

  908. Jamie says:

    I love the Snorkel collection, how fun! I would use it to make curtains for my daughter’s new bedroom.

    (And I love the Stacking the Odds pattern too!)

  909. MsCleaver says:

    I love the snorkel! I’ve been looking to make some festive bunting and that would be just the trick!

  910. Amy says:

    OH boy they are all so beautiful. If I had to choose it would probably be the Isabelle prints. They are so pretty. But I love the snorkel and the Vera’s Garden. OH so many beautiful things to choose from. For the patterns I think I would choose the stacking the odds one. It looks like it might be my level. What to do with them – other then spread it out and look at it – Maybe tote bag or a skirt for my daughter.

  911. Michele says:

    The Snorkel line is calling my name, but I really love all of those collections. I have fabric issues!

  912. Deb Joseph says:

    I’m in love with the Robert Kaufman prints!!

  913. Anna Barrie says:

    I love “Isabelle” by Anna Griffin! Especially the Damask Orange – it reminds me of a shirt that my older brother wore to pieces in the early 70’s. Yes, I am that old. So, please, if I am chosen, I would love that particular print. Thanks so much.

  914. Hannah says:

    Hands down, the Little Folks is my favorite. I’ve already been to my local fabric shop twice to look at it up close and touch it. I think it would look adorable sewn up into the Oliver + S 2+2 blouse.

  915. Beth Van says:

    I love fabrics with great textures. The Little Folks Dobby collection looks like it has a fun, interesting texture that could be used in a variety of ways. I’d love some to “play” with!

  916. I love all the great fabric choices! I think that I like Isabelle, by Anna Griffin the best. I would make something fun and springish with it. It would be a bright spot in the winter 🙂

  917. Stacy says:

    I adore the Yuwa/Kei fabric. I’d use it to make a pillow for my bed 🙂

  918. Michelle says:

    I love the Anna Griffin prints, especially the Damask orange and pink. I can’t decide if I’d make a dress for my daughter or a shirt for me! Or perhaps a dress for my daughter and matching ties for my boys!

  919. Kate says:

    Wow — so hard to choose. I love the Snorkel line as I am wishing summer were here already! I love the Beach Blanket Spray Snorkel would be my fave. I would use it to either make sundresses for my girls or shorts for my boys (3 year old and 1 yr. old triplets). Thanks!

  920. Jennifer says:

    I can’t decide between the Snorkel or the Japanese Yuwa…I guess I’ll go with the Snorkel 🙂 So cute for making fun, bright things for my baby (bibs? we’re going through lots right now!) or little bags for friends!

  921. Shay says:

    The snorkel fabric is so cute! I could make a fabulous toy bag to hang on my grandson’s pram with some of that !

  922. Lynda Green says:

    Snorkle would make such a cute story quilt — so many children’s books to go with it like Rainbow Fish…

  923. Elly says:

    Ooh, another beautiful fabric giveaway! I love the Vera’s Garden line…that would probably go into making a pretty spring skirt! (No, it’s not going to be warm enough to even think about spring in Boston for months. Yes, I’m still thinking what I’ll make to wear then.)

  924. Catherine says:

    I like the Isabelle Pink Stripes. Love the pink and green combo.

  925. Judy says:

    The new Cosmo Cricket fabric collection, Snorkel, would be perfect for a new quilted wallet for my oldest daughter in college. She loves handmade, unique accessories and the funky, geometric prints suit her personality just right–especially the Bubbles or Beach Ball Spray prints.

  926. Susan says:

    Wow, all so lovely. I suppose if I had to chose it would be Little Folks Dobby. Thanks for the giveaway.

  927. Kimber says:

    All the new fabrics are so beautiful, it’s hard to choose just one. The Japanese honeycomb fabric sounds like something that could really round out my stash and become a lovely bias trim! But how I would love to get my hands on a yard of that Little Folks Dobby! I would pet it and stroke it and name it George …

  928. Kris says:

    I love that snorkel line!

  929. britt says:

    the japanese import fabric and i would make a ton of little bags especially pink penguin’s uber cool puffy coin pouch. i want to make one so bad and that material would rock.

  930. Calee Himes says:

    Oooh … I love, as per usual, the denyse schmidt fabrics and books. 🙂 I’m totally in decorating mode right now, so I would definitely make some pillows, a table runner, some potholders and kitchen items, probably frame some fabric and a billion other home ideas.

  931. Melinda says:

    I’ve started thinking about my daughter’s upcoming spring wardrobe… Skirts, skorts, shorts, petal pushers, dresses, and cute little shirts. More fabric is always needed!

  932. bea says:

    I’d so love to win one of those gorgeous patterns. I think cog and wheel. It would be the perfect style for my house made in deep browns, burgundy, and greens.

  933. bess says:

    love that honeycomb! it would be fabulous in a tote or pincushion!

  934. Michelle says:

    ooh, I’d definitely choose the Vera’s Garden fabric. My mom absolutely LOOOOVES Kaufman, so I would use whatever I got as a focus fabric for a lap quilt for my Mom.

  935. Addie says:

    I love the Robert Kauffman prints. I’d like to make a quilt for my daughter for her new bed. Those prints would be perfect!

  936. Carly says:

    I’d love a yard of the Isabelle by Anna Griffin. Looks like it would make a lovely bag.

  937. Tricia L. says:

    I think the Snorkel prints would make a bright and cheerful quilt with a lot of white mixed in!

  938. Kacie J says:

    I would love to with the quilt pattern so I can get more practice making quilts!

  939. I like Snorkel! Thanks!

  940. Lindsey Fraser says:

    The Snorkel collection looks like a lot of fun!

  941. Shawna says:

    I like the Little Honey Meadow from the Little Folks

  942. Brina says:

    Please put me down for some Isabelle…I just love Anna Griffin.
    I’d be cutting into that for some new sofa pillows!
    blrohloff at aol dot com

  943. Helen Conrad says:

    Its so hard to choose they are all so beautiful. Probably I would go for Isabelle. I would make a quilt and probably a pocketbook or two.

  944. Jeannette says:

    I love the Little folks. I need a splash of color for my living room. Probably in the form of fun pillows.

  945. Lynne in NC says:

    Oh my! so many beautiful fabrics. I especially like the Vera’s Garden from Kaufman, reminds me of some scarves my mother wore.
    However, I must say the Isabelle by Anna Griffin in the pink colorway is my absolute fav! Gorgeous.
    I’m not set on making any one thing in particular, so I’m thinking about that question 🙂
    Thanks for offering another FFF…. you gals are awesome.

  946. trashalou says:

    i think I see that ‘Snorkel’ line in my future.

  947. Erica says:

    I’d love to win the Isabelle by Anna Griffin fabric! I would make some tote bags or a mini quilt!

  948. Cari says:

    I love the Isabelle fabrics! I’d like to make an attempt at my making my first bag!

  949. Sherri says:

    I love the Hills and Hollers quilt…and I’d love me some Anna Griffin too! Thanks!

  950. Marilyn says:

    I love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin.

  951. Mika says:

    Oh Cosmo Cricket for sure! But they’re all gorgeous!

  952. Katie says:

    I love the Isabelle line! My goddaughter’s name is Isabelle, I am going to have to get some of this fabric to make her a dress 🙂

  953. Grace says:

    I’m loving the fish print from the Snorkel collection. That would make a really fun lining for an otherwise sophisticated work bag i’ve been dreaming up. The leftovers would be perfect for a wet bag.

  954. Natalie says:

    With so many people I know having babies, I would love to stitch up some of the “Snorkel” line for gifts!

    Love all the fabrics though! What a great way to start the new year!

  955. Patricia says:

    I would choose Snorkle. I don’t know what I would make, a picnic blanket maybe? We are sure ready for some sun and fun in upstate NY.

  956. Christina Gainor says:

    Oooh – I really like the snorkel line for making my son a bag. He needs one for a new toy he received for Christmas! I would choose the Umbrella Spray pattern. cute!!

  957. Anna says:

    I love the Snorkel collection! I don’t know what I’d make with it yet, but I’ll pick up “One Yard Wonders” from the post office on my way home from work today! 🙂

  958. Gina says:

    your fabrics are fantastic! I do not know which one I look at.I think (at the moment) my favorite is Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman. Sooooo cute!

  959. Candace R. says:

    My fingers are itching to get my hands on the Isabelle collection -in particular the Damask Blue!!! It would be perfect for making a toy bag to hang on my daughter’s wall 😀

  960. april says:

    I’m still so geeked over the dobby. I got a chance to get some voile, and it makes such a gorgeous top that I can’t help but want to do the same with the dobby.

  961. Southern Gal says:

    I love those patterns and all the fabrics. Choosing one is hard!

    I’m thinking the Snorkel fabric since my first grandbaby is due in June. I will be making something for the baby with the fabric. Not exactly sure what yet.

    Thanks for the chance.

  962. márta says:

    I love the japanese fabrics.Unfortunately,in Hungary can’t buy such a nice fabrics.I’d like make (a blanket for me) a bag for me.

  963. Laura says:

    I love the new Snorkel fabric!

  964. Lisa says:

    I absolutely love love love the honeycombs, in ANY colour. Oh heck- and the Onnanoko (Girl). Also Isabelle’s Damask Blue, yowza….

  965. monique says:

    I think, I think Veras Garden specificaly: Springtime Siesta Licorice ~
    I think I would love to make some YUMMY Pillow Shams (my bedroom has BLACK bedding and this would add a WOW PUNCH (really needed right now in the cold, grey weather)

    Thanks for the opportunity
    Love your stuff

  966. Laura says:

    All so lovely but I think I like Snorkel the best! Would be fun to work with such summery colours in the middle of winter!

  967. Louise says:

    I just adore the Snorkel group! I am almost salivating, not sure what I would make as I’m sure I’d be too afraid to cut it!!

  968. Linda says:

    I would love to try Little Folk Dobby. I think it is beautiful and have read that it feels wonderful. I might make something for ME with it, if I won! I would have to play with it for a while before I decided just what. Thanks for the giveaway!

  969. Sarah says:

    Snorkel would make the cutest quilts for my nephews!

  970. Astrid says:

    I really love the Honeycomb/Kei fabrics, they match up to nearly every other fabric and are also very nice for bindings!

    Best wishes

  971. Jane says:

    Oh – I love the ‘snorkel’ line by Cosmos Cricket! Such beautiful and vibrant colors!

  972. nikki says:

    I would totally make Hills ‘n’ Hollers Quilt by Denyse Schmidt in the vera’s garden prints (and maybe a little summery shift for my little gals too)

  973. t hansford says:

    honeycomb please – my 5 year old daughter is looking with me and siad it would be jsut right to finish off the quilt we are making for her for her birthday!

  974. Lisa H. says:

    I just adore the Cosmo Cricket line and the Snorkel collection is fantastic. (I’m very familiar with the Cosmo Cricket paper crafting collections.) I’m an experienced sewer, but rather new to quilting. I’m working on some Quilts for Kids quilts and would be delighted to use this collection in a charity quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!

  975. PeachRainbow says:

    Oh! I love them all, i can’t choose one!

  976. kelly jo says:

    Wow, it’s so hard to pick! I think my favorite is Lazy Days Spring in the Vera collection. They are all so beautiful though!

  977. carrie says:

    I’d like to make my daughter a little dress/top with the snorkel fabric.

  978. Amy says:

    OOH that Isabella is soo beautiful, so very beautiful. Can I plead? Please please random picker thing- hear me and PICK me please!!!

    wonderful site, ideas, and the fabric is DIVINE!


  979. Alexis says:

    I’d love the japanese fabrics or the Anna Maria Horner fabrics – what I’d make? well that’s exactly why I haven’t bought any of the dobbies or voiles yet as I’ve no idea what I’d make with them, maybe if I win they will inspire me!

  980. Elizabeth says:

    My favorite is the Anna Maria Horner dobby fabric. I would make dresses for my daughter. Thanks!

  981. Rebecca Wolowiec says:

    I love the Isabelle fabric. It would make beautiful skirts for little girls, especially peasant. I love the detail on the patterns. So eye catching, perfect for little ones.

  982. Mary says:

    I love the Vera pillowcase flowers! I’d make some cheerful napkins. I have vintage Vera napkins, but can’t bear to use them! I had no idea this collection was coming out. I’m a huge Vera fan and don’t know how I missed it! Thanks Sew Mama!

  983. I really love Snorkel. My cousin just had a little boy a week ago…and he was born with 2 holes in his heart. They just found out he has down’s syndrome. I would really like to make a quilt for her to wrap the little guy in…

  984. Tanya Holt says:

    I love them all, but mostly I love snorkel and I would make a great beach bag for my son with the fish spray snorkel. Thanks for the chance.

  985. Meagan says:

    The Snorkel collection is amazing and adorable! I would love to incorporate any of those fabrics into the Paintbox quilt-a-long that a certain blogger is doing now.

  986. Andi says:

    I love the proverbial quilt pattern – I’ve been wanting to incorporate some words into my quilts for awhile and this looks like a great way to do that!

  987. Katrin says:

    All things are very beautiful, it is hard to decide. I love Denyse Schmidt and therefore pick one of her patterns. The proverbial Quilt is just georgeous! Thank you.

  988. Atia says:

    I love the Little Folks line, but have already bought loads, so probably Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I think it would look beautiful in a baby dress, or made into coasters

  989. beth says:

    Well, it’s mighty hard to choose but I like the Vera’s garden fabrics best with Isabelle a close second! Thanks for a generous giveaway.

  990. kuka says:

    oooh! they are all gorgeous!
    I do LOVE Anna-Maria, but I have to say I think my favourites here are Cosmo Cricket’s Snorkel!
    It has been SO HOT here, and those lovely fresh beachy colours are so refreshing!

  991. Jenny says:

    Oh, Id most like to win a quilt pattern from Denyse Schmidt, would love to cut into my fabrics for that project.

  992. Paula says:

    I love the snorkel by cosmo cricket. I work with special ed kids and they would love the bright colors of those fabrics made up into cloth balls and blocks!!!!!!

    I just bought the Proverbial Quilt Pattern by Denyse Schmidt and am putting together fabric to make a wedding quilt for my daughter. I can’t wait to get started.

    Thanks for the great website and all the wonderful ideas.

  993. Tara Boos says:

    Fantastic! I am very excited about D. Schmidt new patterns, she is my idol! I will pick……oooh….this is not easy….they are all lovely…..Little Folks Dobby. I also really really really love the Single Girl Quilt pattern.

    I would make a skirt with Dobby Dot. I love making quilts too, so making single girl would be super swell. Happy Friday!

  994. Allyson says:

    I’d love to win the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I’d use the yard to make some vibrant baby blocks. Thanks for the great giveaways!

  995. Cindy says:

    I am totally loving the Denyse Schmidt Quilt Patterns and I am off to check out your Japanese Imports.

  996. Eliane T. says:

    I love the Isabelle by Anna Griffin and I would make a little pouch for me.
    Thanks for the chance.

  997. Heidi says:

    ooohhh…Vera’s Garden has retro apron written all over it, I’d love some of that! Thanks and cheers!

  998. nicole says:

    Those Vera’s Garden Prints look beautiful! I guess I better go and find out where in germany I can get some of them. Deciding which print to get will be the hardest part though, they all look beautiful 🙂

    Thank you for inspiring me with every article you post 🙂

  999. Tiina says:

    I love “Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei”. I’m planning to sew some bag and those prints would be good for that purpose.

  1000. Well… I’d love any of it! I especially love Anna Maria’s line. I’ve been making handbags & LOVE using her fabric!

  1001. mub says:

    I LOVE those Vera’s Garden fabrics! What fun… I think I’d make myself a new wallet or a nice summer hat from them.

  1002. Elizabeth says:

    I’d like to win the snorkel prints by Denyse Schmidt most, they are lovely!

  1003. Brookiej says:

    Oh, I have to choose! 🙂 I like the patterns & the Anna Griffin fabric best…winner of the tie is: the fabric!

  1004. rhia says:

    little folks!!!

  1005. rhia says:

    love the little folks!!!! great site and love all the fabrics. but little folks is my favorite.

  1006. Caromite says:

    I like the “Snorkel”. The colors are amazing! I think, i would make a bag or a purse.

  1007. Kelly says:

    What lovely fabric, you really have spoiled us for choice! I’d have to say the Isabelle fabric, as I’ve had my eye on it for awhile (even before it hit the shops). Not only is it really pretty, but it also shares its name with my gorgeous 9 year old daughter. Yes, I have my very own Isabelle, and I think it would be fabulous to make her a quilt with Isabelle fabric.

    If I’m the lucky winner I’d love something in the pink/orange colour way.

    Kelly 🙂

  1008. Yasmin says:

    They’re all so lovely! I would love to win Vera’s Garden for a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win 😀

  1009. lucy Johnson says:

    i love the japanese imports – i’d use it to make a pencil/pen roll for a friend

  1010. Whitney says:

    I’d love a Kauffman print! I’d like to make clutche’s for my vintage inspired wedding!

  1011. Michele says:

    I love Anna Maria’s Little Folks Dobby collection. I would use it to make a bag of some sort.

  1012. Trinity says:

    I’d love the Little Folks Dobby, it’s gorgeous! I think it would make a fantastic Spring patchwork scarf. 🙂

  1013. rachelmp says:

    I love the snorkel fabric and would make a swimming bag for my kids who attend swimming lessons each week. Just love the “Cog and Whee'” pattern too!

  1014. amandah says:

    Oh, I’d love some of the snorkel fabric. My stash is almost completely void of fabric suitable for a sweet, little boy.

  1015. amber says:

    I am loving that anna griffin fabric! I got the one-yard wonders book for my birthday and have my eye on all kinds of things to make from there, but since I’m suffering major back aches right now, the first thing on my list might just be the obi-style back warmer!

  1016. Loretta Freville says:

    Hi there,

    All the fabrics are just great but I’d really like to win the
    Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. They’d make some really fun little clothes for the summer for my little grand-daughter who’s nearly two and I can especially imagine the turquoise background with the little fishes made up into a pair of shorts and a top for a summer beach holiday (or even playing in the garden).

    Happy sewing to everyone

  1017. Androides says:

    I would like any of Cosmo Cricket. All of them are great! 🙂

  1018. Sofia says:

    I just love Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket!!! Such bright colours and refreshing patterns! I think I could use in a lot of different situations…… pinafore for my daughter, purse, cards….. and soooo much more…

  1019. Sue says:

    I just love the Isabelle fabric! I’m collecting nice fabric to make my first quilt for our bedroom!

  1020. Julie H. says:

    That is really nice of you to be giving away fabric. I really love the Snorkle prints, they are adorable! What would I do? It would have to be something beach related, maybe a tote bag or cool book covers to keep the sand out.

    Even cooler is the Etsy shop idea. I will check that out.

  1021. cat says:

    Oooo, I would love some of the Japanese honeycomb, tonnes of things I would make with it, but would also love to have it in my ‘stash’ for a while!

  1022. Junglewife says:

    I love the Cosmo Cricket line. So much fun! I would love to make a little bag for my girls, or a Oliver & S Lazy Days skirt! I think I could get 2 skirts out of one yard… my girls are still little!

  1023. Kitty says:

    I do love the honeycomb fabric. I’m due in april & will use it to back my baby’s pram quilt.

  1024. Baukje says:

    Anna Maria Horner is my favorite, her colors are bright and i love her fabric .I think I’ll use them for a Bag, because at the moment I am very ‘bag’.Thanks for the opportunity to win this beautiful fabric.

  1025. Valentina says:

    Hello there! I like Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei so much! I’m going to open my first Etsy shop, and I like everything zakka/japanese. Love the colors, the patterns. They are perfect for my projects 🙂

    This website is beautiful, keep going!

    Valentina from Italy

  1026. Kasia says:

    I would love to make my little girl a dress from Sweet Jane ~ Kei Fabric and the honeycomb red ~ kei fabric for her 3rd birthday.. So would love to win the honeycomb fabric..

  1027. Paula L. says:

    My favorite is Snorkel’s Subs Mist; so funny! I would make a beach tote for my daughter. Thanks for the chance to win!

  1028. Sade says:

    Subs spray and fish spray from the Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket collection are really calling my attention. I think they’d make some funny pillows!

  1029. alison c says:

    I am loving the snorkel collection, would like to get some to use to make nice summery outfits for my boys. It’s nice to have some colourful “boyish” fabric and it’d be nice to make things for the summer while sitting here waiting for the snow to melt.

  1030. Oh, no contest. I’d like Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I adore it. I’d use it in a mixtape quilt from Oh, Fransson’s pattern.

  1031. Shannon says:

    I absolutely adore the Vera’s Garden “vintage pillowcase” prints. I’d love it for quilting, or a handbag, or even a spring top…or maybe just to hoard! ha ha ha! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity! 🙂

  1032. Sue says:

    I really like Vera’s Garden. It is flowers and in colours that I would not normally use but love them. Did I say I really like the designs and being down under (Australia)I have not seen Vera’s designs before, I really, really like them. I have a little granddaughter who would love these flowers on her bed maybe a white background and appliquéd flower garden design

  1033. Michelle says:

    I would most like to win the honeycomb from Yuwa/Kei. I’d make a purse organizer with it. I need one badly!

  1034. Catherine says:

    I just love the blue honeycomb from Yuwa/Kei. I think it would make an great dress for spring, perhaps with some girly ruffles!

  1035. heather says:

    I love the Japanese Imports. So fresh and different. Who knows if I get picked, put here’s to fingers crossed!

  1036. Muriel says:

    I would love some of that fishy fabric (with the white background) for a quilt for my son!
    Please keep us posted on possibilities for crafting for charity for Haiti. Rightnow the best way to help is donate money,which I did, but being able to really do something would be great!

  1037. I LOVE the Isabelle range by Anna Griffin. I think I’d use the name as inspiration and make some baby clothes for a friends daughter Isabella… and the leftovers into a scrappy quilt!

    I’m in Cyprus, but have a UK postal address as my husband is in the army.

  1038. Kamila says:

    I am loving all of the Vera’s Garden prints! I like fabric to be either in your face or very favorite one is the vintage pillowcase spring pattern because the sudden bursts of blue are just divine! I can imagine making a clutch with this fabric and pairing it with a lovely and clean linen to give it a finished look!!

  1039. Agnieszka says:

    all of them are gret, but I adore Japanese Imports from Yuwa/Kei, especially this pink girl!!!!

  1040. Bridget says:

    So much nice stuff! If I was to win I would love some of the dobby, and I would use it to make a nice scarf

  1041. Shan says:

    i love Onnanoko (Girl) ~ Linen from Yuwa

  1042. amy rautiainen says:

    Ohhhh, the Denyse Schmidt Hills and Hollers quilt. I’ve made a few quilts, but never used a pattern. I am afraid of them. But for this quilt, I would be willing to confront my fears and insecurities.

  1043. Priscilla says:

    The Anna Griffin fabrics are making me drool!!

  1044. Yael says:

    If pushed in to a corner, I would have to pick the Little Folks Dobby. Too beautiful!
    Hope I win… fingers crossed….

  1045. Tamara (AK) says:

    Snorkel! I’d probably make a sundress for my baby girl! 🙂

  1046. Sara D says:

    It’s close to impossible to decide, but I think the Yuwa/Kei won my heart by a narrow margin.

  1047. Christy Rogers says:

    I love the Vera’s Garden from Robert Kaufman! I would make an churn dash pattern with these, they just look like feedsacks to me!

  1048. Bridget says:

    Tough choice, but any of the Vera’s Garden would be perfect for an owl cushion that I’m wanting to make.

  1049. Bec says:

    I would love to win the “Vera’s Garden” prints from Kaufman. I’m loving vintage prints at the moment and I would use them as part of a quilt I want to make for my daughters 4th birthday.

  1050. Amber says:

    I like Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket. I would make a beach bag/tote with accessories for my kiddos to take with them to the pool this summer! (In October our city is opening a humongous YMCA with an awesome indoor pool…so these totes could be used all year round!) Think warm, think warm, think warm…

  1051. Corky says:

    I love Isabelle by Anna Griffin. I like that their are whites in the prints, showing lightness and brightness. I would make a wonderful sofa quilt for my brand new sofa!

  1052. Chelsea says:

    I would love the Vera’s Garden to make a bag for my knitting projects!

  1053. Sarah J says:

    What brilliant prizes, my favourite is ‘Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket’, so bright and vibrant, if i was lucky enough to win I would make some fabric bunting for my nephew.

  1054. cara says:

    ooo. i love vera’s garden. i’d make a dress for my baby and use the scraps in a nice quilt (:

  1055. Kathy says:

    I love Hazy Daze Spring! It would make a great lunch bag and napkin set.

  1056. Debbie Y says:

    I like them all but I love the Snorkel range by Cosmo Cricket the most. I think it would look great as a pair of beach shorts for my youngest son.

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