Jul 28, 2011

who wants a bundle of free fabric?

Who wants a bundle of free fabric?
I've bundled up some fabric squares in cozy color combinations which I think you'll just love.
In each bundle you'll have four 13"x13" squares
This is a special give away especially since this collections called
has not actually released from Robert Kaufman Fabrics...but will soon!
Ok, let's get this party started!
The give away will run through this weekend 
and the lucky names will be drawn after 6pm Sunday night.
The winners will be announced Monday morning.
To participate, leave a comment sharing 
what you would make using the fabrics 
or
what is your favorite item in your home which is made of fabric.
To be entered twice...please leave a comment 
AND let me know you are either
a new subscriber,
you are following in Google Reader,
and/or you liked Multiple Blessings on Facebook

Let's hear from you crafty fabric lovers out there.
Have a fabulous weekend!
xoxo
Caroline

41 comments:

  1. You know I would LOVE one of these bundles! It depends on which color combinations I were to receive but I would love to either implement the pinks/greens in my daughters bedroom or the reds/greens in my den. Perhaps framed prints?!??!
    I am a subscriber, follower and facebook liker! xoxox, hannah

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  2. PS-my childrens' bedrooms are already decorated in all fabric by P. Kauffman (my fav) so it would definitely compliment nicely. :)

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  3. C, I'd love some new colors in my living room. Something bright, fun, beautiful and designed by YOU! My mom & stepfather built a wooden frame for me years ago and we wrapped a large piece of navy, deep red and white fabric my great grandmother put together & started but never quilted. I wish I had a photo to share but it is safe in storage right now. What a beautiful piece of my families history on the wall.

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  4. Those are lovely fabrics!

    My favorite thing in my home which is made of fabric is my mother's baby quilt. She was born in 1934, on a farm, and it is made from authentic feed sacks. She used to tell me that her mother would send my grandpa to the feed store with strict instructions as to which feed sacks he should purchase when buying feed for the livestock, so that she'd get the fabric patterns she needed to make dresses and then use the scraps for quilts.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  5. I'm following you via GFC.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  6. I would use the fabric to compliment my daughters head board I am making her! It's the perfect size to make four panels above her twin bed! Beautiful!

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  7. I LIKED Multiple Blessings on FB, actually I liked Multiple Blessings long before FB!! :)

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  8. Love this fabric! As you know I would be voted least likely to sew in any population. My mother was amazing - she of course could also knit and needle point. When I was little she made me a cute simple turtle pillow out of colorful fabric. The turtle went to college with me! I wold like to make my daughter one. I would also cover a chair for my desk I found at flea market- I can handle a staple gun! :) Follow you anywhere - but also FB and GR.

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  9. My favourite thing in my home which is made of fabric are my dresden pillows in the sofa.
    Thanks for the chance to win

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  10. I just LOVE the fabric! I have no idea what I would do with it but I know I would want a little bit in every room! It is cheerful!

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  11. I get your blog everyday on email and like you on FB!!! First thing I do every morning...get my coffee and read your sweet blog! Highlight of my morning!

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  12. I love these fabrics!!! I would use them in my daughters art room/ laundry room to cover a lamp shade and/ or in her bedroom ( especially the hearts pattern) to inspire her to use the gifts God has given her. You are such an inspiration to her. She wants to grow up to be like you and Heidi!!!

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  13. Hi Caroline - I am a new subscriber thanks to Gina F. I am working my way through all of your past posts! Your blog has become such a great way to start my day!

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  14. I LOVE these fabrics...they are PURE JOY! Just looking at them makes me break out in a huge SMILE! I think I would either make pillows out of the fabric OR I have been wanting to learn how to quilt lately, so this bundle might just be the spark to get me going on learning how to quilt! YEAH!

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  15. I don't know why my post said Unknown so lets try this again! My favorite fabric item right now are fabric silhouettes of my daughters I made. The silhouettes are black on top of fun fabric but I want to remake them with the silhouettes in fabric scraps and the background black.
    Thanks Gina for showing my Caroline's stuff!

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  16. Beautiful fabrics Caroline! My friend has a fabric shop in Asheville and I hope she will carry them. I would love to sew a vintage style apron or make an arty slipcover for a chair from my grandma.
    Happy Friday!!

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  17. I follow you on Google Reader (I think)...I am techically challenged over here...if I FB'd, you would definitely be a "like" or a thumbs up or on my friend wall and whatever else you do on FB to show you are a "Fan"!!! Three cheers for Multiple Blessings! Happy w/e!

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  18. I would Love to win these....We just started a group of women at our Church that is making lap quilts for our Assisted Living and Care Center!! These would be So uplifting!! I like you on FB and Google. I will say I think the "skins" for the computers and phones are neat!! Thanks for the offer((:

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  19. Jane Allen said:
    Love the fabrics and colors.
    I would make lots of beautiful things:
    1. quilts for my grandaughters
    2. aprons
    3. dust ruffles /curtains
    4. skirts ....for children and adults....sundresses
    5. placemats, napkins, fun bags
    The sky is the limit with these beautiful, fun, happy fabrics

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  20. Sarah Plamer said:

    Caroline,


    LOVE your fabrics!!! I would cover a headboard or loveseat in these fabrics!!!! Talked to Sweet Sue for 1 1/2 hours yesterday! So good to catch up! So excited for you!!!! Congratulations!!!

    Love you!

    Sarah Palmer

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  21. Coleman said:
    Caroline, i would give the samples to my sweet daughter Elizabeth, who has a passion like yours, she is always designing clothes for her american doll girls and creating them with her fabric samples that come from the flea market and mary jo's. your samples are beautiful!! coleman

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  22. So hopeful to be the lucky winner! Hoping to decorate one of my classroom bulletin boards with one of these beautiful prints! Reading your blog gets my day started onthe right foot!

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  23. Caroline, your newest fabrics are darling, sweet friend! I would use these to make a fun bag (think how cute the birdie would be on a pocket!) to tote around Europe next month.

    Many wishes for more & more success.

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  24. Oh, and PS...

    I am only one of many who "follow" you... but I am the only one who met you sitting on a bench in the middle of a huge complex, and recognized your talent before you were doing much licensing at all, and has the huge pleasure of being your travel buddy in NYC!!!! Woohoo!!! We are truly blessed.

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  25. Love those fabrics!
    I'd probably make a pillow :)

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  26. I'm not sure what I'd make yet - but those are gorgeous!

    As for favorite fabric-item in the house...I'd have to say it's my "t-shirt" quilt: I took a HUGE collection of all my old t-shirts (like all those college freebies, hehe) and cut them into squares so I still "have" them but it's so much nicer as a quilt :o)

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  27. I like you on FB and am a new GFC follower (RivkaBelle)!

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  28. I just liked Multiple Blessings on FB

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  29. I'm a follower on Google Reader!
    ~Terry~
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. Great fabrics!!! I would make fun potholders for my daughter and son-in-law for their new house.
    ~Terry~
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I am a follower on FB as well as getting your blog. Started following you as a result of Amanda Murphy. Would love to win this fabric and make a woven purse from a pattern I just got from the Southern California Quilt Run. This would be perfect! Love Robert Kaufman fabrics!!!! Love your blog too! Especially the pics!!

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  32. Hi Caroline! I was the designer at Wellspring who prepared your art for the Possibilities Collection, and have checked out your blog ever since. I just "liked" you on Facebook, and am not quite sure why I didn't do that sooner!

    I would love to use some of this fabric to frame in my home studio as inspiration pieces and as a pillow. As soon as I saw you were licensed on fabric, I started brainstorming projects. Unfortunately the designs don't quite match my son's nursery, so I warned my husband that some new pillows would appear!

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  33. A giveaway is a good way to know who's lurking out there in blogland! I am a new subscriber.

    I would mix the fabrics with something from my stash to make a bag, or a table runner, or maybe a softie (bird or turtle) and then use the scraps to make a simple pincushion.

    Congratulations on such a fabulous fabric line!

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  34. I am a new subscriber and am enjoying reading your postings. I love this new fabric line and with your giveaway I'd love to make a sweet reversible handbag to use this summer. Thanks for the lovely chance to enter in this fabric giveaway.

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  35. Thanks for the giveaway. I've visited earlier and enjoyed your story of naming the collection. My favorite fabric item in our home is a king size quilt made by my mother. It is a New York Beauty of her design and handquilted. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. We liked you on FB and left a comment - look for the butterly! Congratulations. I can see this fabric used with others to make a quilt, or some sweet throw pillows!

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  37. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. Love the fabrics and the name of this line. I think these fabrics would make a really fun bag or an even better pillow using the fabric in a Dresdan Plate pattern. I think I would go with the pillow.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

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  38. The very first thing I saw as I looked about my home for my favorite thing made of fabric was a small hexagonal handstitched pillow that my darling, now with Jesus, Grandma made. I remember watching her make it as I sat at her feet during a summer holiday visit during the previous century! (It all seams sew long ago and in another world)...she used newspaper for the templates and you can see every stitch if you look closely... which absolutely fascinated me..."why would anyone want to stitch by hand?" It is only recently, since I've taken to handsewing has the joy of putting each stitch into place and the almost impossiblity of making tiny hexagons with a machine answered my question. Anyway, that little cushion reminds me of my Grandma's love and warms my heart even after all these years. I hope many get a chance to feel the love and joy that is evident in your work for many years to come too.

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  39. I'd have so much fun making tote bags for Christmas gifts, then filling each one with items esp. for that person. I love the bags Stephanie at Loft Creations designs!

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