Fabric Friday

It’s hard to ever go wrong with a floral fabric like Windham Fabrics, Moonstruck, Bursting Blooms Navy. Speaking of, have you jumped on the floral fashion trend this fall? There are many ways you could add a touch of floral to your outfit with one yard of this cute fabric for you or your mini-me.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Windham Fabrics, Moonstruck, Bursting Blooms Navy tell us what you would make with this floral fabric. Tweet, Stumble, or share on Facebook and leave another comment letting us know. Come back every day for new entries. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce right here next Friday.

Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…



The winner of one yard of David Textiles, Hoot Owl, Owls On Branches Cream is…

Deborah R said…
What great fabric! So many ideas. I am making my 2yr old a play kitchen and this would be perfect fabric for some pot holders or kitchen linens!

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Ellen M.

I’m with a lot of others – I would make a great skirt for my daughter (since it wouldn’t be enough for a skirt for me!). Thanks for the chance to win!

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Jenni

I enjoy florals, but seeing the huge flowers all over jeans at Kohls is a little weird to me. lol This fabric is beautiful, though. I’d love to win. :)

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melle e

i’ve been trying to figure out a fabric i could love for a new duvet for my room. something feminine without making my hubbs gag. something with color that we both could love.

i have a scrap of fabric with navy and aqua that i loved, been using it for little fabric slips on the tops of o0ur nightstands. loving the color in there.

this is those colors PLUS by beloved apple green. :)

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Libby H

Probably a dress for my babe, but I’ve been eyeing the new Libertys in stock for a top for myself. THanks for the chance!

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Chelsie

So many ideas for such a lovely print!! I think that I would make a little dress for my daughter and, when she’s outgrown it, turn that same dress into one of the sections of her patchwork quilt!

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Rebekah

Love this fabric! I am currently working on a tote/purse, and can already see this fabric on another tote/purse. Oh, so cute!

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Vicki C.

Ah, navy, my favorite. I think this print would look great on some boxed corner cosmetic bags. I just need to motivation to try sewing a zipper for the first time.

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Alyssa Thomas

I’d probably use it to see a couple reusable snack bags for when the girls and I hit up the parks as the weather cools down. Or maybe I’d make a couple cute hats for them! very versatile pattern!

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Ave

It’s so beatiful blue! Combined with pale green it’ll make wonderful pillowcases for my coach.

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DeborahR

Adorable! Great fabric. I would make a new little snuggle blanket for a friend’s new baby. I could totally see this backed with some minky soft fabric.

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Carmen

That would make an awesome skirt for my little girl, but she might have to fight me for purse-makings.

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Cindi

Oh decisions, decisions! Skirt for the little one, or something to corral all the books and planner I tote around all week? I think it’s time to make something for Mama…

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Renee Pech

I need some more navy inspiration for our master bedroom, so maybe this could be some pillows? Or living room pillows? Or a really great bag for myself?? So many possibilities!

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DeborahR

Had a great idea last night and thought of this fabric. It would make great fabric for a little doll carrier I am making for my girl. She loves riding in her carrier and wants one for her babies.

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Amanda

I would make a dress for my daughter Phoebe who turns 2 on October 3rd. Where does the time go?

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