Thursday, February 12, 2009

Giveaway Day Free-spirit Flannel

COMMENTS ARE NOW CLOSED THERE WERE 97 ENTRIES with 66 COMMENTS
WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN TODAYS BLOG POST.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED AND LEFT WONDERFUL COMMENTS
Yay it's here. I have been wanting to get a giveaway together so I can meet all the wonderful crafters in the blogging world. I have found this place to be great for trading ideas, and getting inspiration. I have also met some wonderful people, and in the spirit of winning a giveaway myself I would like to put one up for all of you readers out there.
This Giveaway will have 2 winners. Yes! 2! Each winner will receive a bundle of 6 Fat quarters equal to 1.5 yards from the new
Urban Flannel Collection By: Valori Wells for Free Spirit
Each fat quarter is so soft, and the colors are bright and beautiful as to be expected coming from
Anyone Can Enter
Here is all you have to do to win...........


To Enter Write a comment below about what you might do with this lovely fabric. There are endless possibilities. Flow those creative Juices. Please make sure you


leave your email to be contacted if you win.


Extra Entries:


1 extra entry for following my blog Sew-Fantastic. Don't forget to tell me you are a follower.

2 extra entries for blogging about this giveaway or tweeting it. Please leave a link to either or.


3 extra entries for a purchase made from my shop The Pink Lotus please let me know that you have done so.

That is all you have to do


This giveaway will end February 19th at noon

Numers will be chosen by Random.org

Winners will be announced soon after


66 comments:

  1. Wow. What a great fabric line. That bundle of fat quarters is so cute. I just love the little birds.
    I would love to make a wall hanging or a small throw with those fabrics.

    Thanks for the giveaway
    threadbeaur [at] yahoo dot com

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  2. I am pretty excited about the snuggly flannels! I had to increase my chances of winning by writing on my blog about this giveaway!

    Thanks again, here is the link to my blog about your giveaway
    http://threadbeaur.blogspot.com/2009/02/snuggly-flannel.html

    threadbeaur [at] yahoo dot com

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  3. Sweet!! I want some fabric!! You know I can use it! ;)

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  4. Thanks for helping me "pay it forward" today! I know we will make someones day! These fabrics are adorable BTW. They would make such a cute blankie!

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  5. What cute fabrics. Seeing that I am the official maker of little bubs tab blankies for a playgroup I co-coordinate, these would be fantastic. Right colours for a boy but still girly enough for a girl. Christine pointed me in your direction btw.

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  6. I love Valori Wells. I would probably make these up into burp cloths for my friend's new baby. Something special and soft for baby and mama!

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  7. That is just some beautiful fabric! I would like to make my grandbaby a jacket for the *cough SOON *cough coming Spring! :D
    THank you for hosting a giveaway! Good luck everyone!
    Linda

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  8. I posted a blog about your giveaway.
    Once again, Thank you for hosting a giveaway!

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  9. So very sorry! here's the link http://vtpureangel.blogspot.com/2009/02/sew-fantastic-giveaway.html

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  10. Cute stuff............ Christina sent me over from her blog. If I won I would have to make baby Brice something.

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  11. Hmm seeing as summer seems to have disappeared over the last three days, I think some thing to snuggle under on the couch would be great. I love the colour combinations. My email is on my blog :)

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  12. what gorgeous fabrics! i bet they are snuggly soft!!! if i were to win them i would probably use them for baby quilts.

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  13. I would probably make a baby blanket out of these! I also added your blog so that I am a follower now. :) THanks and happy weekend! -Allison jayalharris@gmail.com

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  14. Oh lovely blues. I'm thinking a lap rug for MIL for Mothers' Day would be very nice.

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  15. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  16. !What would I do with this fabric? Beg you to make something for me! I am not crafty!!! I just enjoy reading about you (and others) who are!

    Btw- posted your link on my blog! Hugs!

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  17. Oh, I would love that fabric, it would make a great baby quilt or it would make some great baby bibs, the ideas are endless. I will also blog about it on my blog...www.bejeweledquilts.blogspot.com

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  18. So cute. Im a quilt maker so I would use the squares for that.

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  19. I blogged about you here on my blog...
    http://michellespath.blogspot.com/

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  20. Hello Terri,
    My first visit to your blog, I had a good laugh with your post dated 13/02; I fell in love with your choice o fabrics; I have enjoyed so much reading your posts, including Snails Trails; I become your follower; I would love to win one your prizes on your giveaway.
    I am linking your post on my blog.
    Gina - UK
    http://gina-catswhiskers.blogspot.com/

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  21. Wow. What a great fabric line. That bundle of fat quarters is so cute. I just love the little birds and fab colours.I would love to make a small quilt for a child.

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  22. I will make my daughter some pillowcases for college. she is always cold so these will warm her up.

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  23. My guild is making pillows for Breast Cancer sufferers (pattern is free on Conecting Threads site!) and I think this soft, pretty flannel would be perfect!

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  24. The fabric is so cute! I'm thinking some type of a baby blanket.
    Kara

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  25. I think I will make both my boys teddy bears out of it. Ive been meaning to do that for a while now but have not found a pattern I like. Im a follower and I am blooging about you now. :)

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  26. I've been wanting to make my girls some doll blankets and this would be perfect for that! Or maybe a bunting...
    parknj at verizon dot net

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  27. Oh, I am going to be a first time grandma and what wonderful fabric to make a cozy quilt. It is just beautiful, now I am off to check out your store. thanks for the chance.

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  28. I think I'd make a baby quilt with it - perhaps not the most creative idea, but I have friends who are expecting.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  29. Oh, pretty flannel - and I have a baby quilt to make - so that would be perfect!!!!

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  30. What a lovely giveaway. Not sure what I'd make yet but it will turn into something snuggly for sure.
    DianeH
    laura84watt@gmail.com

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  31. Oh, gorgeous fabrics! I'd probably make a lovey for my son. He's 18 months. Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  32. Terri, these flannels would make a great baby quilt! I've added myself to your followers. http://debbiesfiberwork.blogspot.com
    P.S. I love that fabric with the mixer beaters!

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  33. Hey Terri-My daughters name is Sophia too! I have followed your blog, and followed you on Twitter(my name is SeviDesigns). I am also Tweeting about the giveaway. I would make a small quilt for my daughter!

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  34. I just love these colors. I have several things that popped into my head that I could make with these. A throw was my first instinct. I am now following your blog and will post a link to you in mine.

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  35. Just put a spot for you on my blog and also twittered for you.

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  36. I'd love to turn this fabric into a baby blanket. My church has a ministry where we make baby blankets for a pregnancy center. We generally need more 'boyish' fabric and this would be great for that!

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  37. I would love to win this fabric!! I usually make items such as checkbook covers, glasses cases, notepad holders, Java Jackets, etc. I also make purses. So, I believe I would use this fabric for any one of these projects!

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  38. Cute fabric but as you say what else would you expect from Valori. Throw my name into your random generator, please. If I win, I'll make a quilt for Project Linus using the fabric. Thank you!

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  39. What a lovely giveaway...great
    fabrics..count me in please!! Maybe some sweet patchwork
    pillowcases might be in order here!!

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  40. That fabric is sew cute. I am a follower of your blog. If I won the fabric, I would add to it and make a blankie. My email is alanicr99 at yahoo dot com.

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  41. I am not sure what I would make. I am one of those people that has to touch and then inpiration hits.
    I am now a follower of your blog. thanks Trish

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  42. Hi! what fun fabric! I'm thinking cozy, like blankie's, nightgowns, even some sweet receiving blankets. I also was cracking up over your daughter's drawing- too funny!

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  43. I am just learning how to make raggey totes and blankets and this flannel would be great to do that. If you go to my blog you will see the tote I just finished and I will be working on another small quilt that will fit on the back of my couch. I will now also be a follower and will put a post in my blog about your give away.
    That is really nice of you to offer something so nice in a give away.

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  44. So many comments! And look at all those followers! If I won...I haven't a clue what i'd do with them. They'd probably sit for awhile until I thought of something. :)

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  45. I would make a baby quilt for a co-worker who is having a boy.

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  46. Really love those fabrics!

    I think I will make a whirlygiggly type of quilt combined with solid white.

    Jittina

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  47. ooh! Nice... I would make some cute little flannel baby booties for my newborn nephew. :)

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  48. What beautiful fabric! And I would use it in a quilt for my niece who just had a darling baby girl.Thanks for the chance to enter your draw.

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  49. I am happy to say that I am now a follower of your blog! And another chance to win this beautiful fabric.

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  50. That material looks so warm and cuddly, can almost feel it under my head on my oh so comfy pillow. Please count me in. Loved reading your blog. Happy Quilting!

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  51. I think those would be great to make a lap quilt for this cold time of year. I am thinking a rag-type quilt.
    I am following and posted on my Blog http://artbygene.blogspot.com/2009/02/oooh-another-giveaway-flannel-fqs.html

    My email is ebandit AT hotmail DOT com

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  52. I love that fabric, I would use it for a lap quilt or baby blanket. I'm also a follower.

    tonyahmay@aol.com

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  53. Thanks for hosting such a generous giveaway! I've been eyeing that fabric line for a while. It would be perfect to make a baby blanket for a co-worker who just announced that she's pregnant.

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  54. I adore Valori Wells fabric designs! I visit her store every year when we vacation in Central Oregon. I always walk in the Stitchin' Post and wonder why the quilt shops in my area don't knock me speechless like that one, and it's because of Valorie!
    I will post about this on my blog and I will follow you. Gene Black mentioned this, and now I have found a wonderful, unique blog to follow.

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  55. I adore Valori Wells fabric designs! I visit her store every year when we vacation in Central Oregon. I always walk in the Stitchin' Post and wonder why the quilt shops in my area don't knock me speechless like that one, and it's because of Valorie!
    I will post about this on my blog and I will follow you. Gene Black mentioned this, and now I have found a wonderful, unique blog to follow.

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  56. Ooops, I forgot to add that I will make a baby blanket for a grandchild I do not yet have nor expect at this time. A woman can only wait and anticipate.

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  57. I think those fabulous fabrics would make a great spring table runner. Valori and her mom are just great quilters and she seems to really know what quilters want in fabrics.

    I've signed up to be a follower.

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  58. That's great looking flannel that anyone would love. They would be great as pajama pants on my daughter.

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  59. I think I'd make either a snuggly pillowcase or a little snuggly quilt for my youngest granddaughter with that flannel. I am a follower of your blog now.

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  60. You asked me to let you know if I got anything from your store and I was lucky enough to get some really fun things, thanks!

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  61. I would love to give this nice fabric to my sister. She is making fabric gift boxes for her etsy store!


    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    http://feedyourpig.blogspot.com
    http://feedyourpiggiveaways.blogspot.com

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  62. I just started quilting so I would add these to my quilting stash. They are so beautiful

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