Monday, January 2, 2012

Sponsored Giveaway from Fort Worth Fabric Studio

Fort Worth Fabric Studio
As a fun way to ring in the new year, I have a sponsored giveaway from Forth Worth Fabric Studios.


Comments on this post will not be counted as entries. Please go to the giveaway post.


19 comments:

  1. I love the Bundle Batch at Fort Worth, it has a mis of polka dots and fabrics with themes.

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  2. I get the newsletter already.

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  3. Love Adeline from P&B. Plus, that's my great grandmother's name! Thanks for doing this.

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  5. I've been eyeing the Ruby line by Moda for quite some time...I love the turquoise blue with the red. Yummy!

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  6. I LOVE the 1930's Playtime! I guess it has something to do with loving depression era fabrics and having so little of them. Thanks for doing the give away!

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  7. Hard to choose between, Ruby, Smitten and Decadence.

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  8. I signed up for the FWFS newsletter.

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  9. HI, I really liked the MODA line.
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Happy New Year!

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  10. Amy, thank you for the link to Fort Worth Fabric Shop, I signed up for the Newsletter.

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  11. I love the Bonnie and Camille 'Ruby' and have been wanting some for a while. I also like 'The Grunge collection', an unlikely pairing i know:-)

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  12. I LOVE the Ruby collection! (Just found your blog today, Thanks.)

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  13. I love the marvel collection for the nosalgia fro boys and them reading the comics

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  14. Nothing better than chocolate! And chocolate-themed fabric sounds absolutely delicious!

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  15. THanks for the link to fort worth..... will have to check it out....love your blog..thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. Isn't it interesting that "Chocolate Sauce" is a much more interesting way to say "brown" fabric (which I seem to have been partial to this fall/winter).

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  17. I can't resist a sailor.. well, a navy themed fabric is what I really mean..there is something about the sea and boats and all that would endevour to encompass them that make me want to be looking around the Dear Stella Anchors Away section at Fort Fabrics and dreaming of all the neat ways to make them into interesting quilts. It is all just too nautical to miss!

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  18. Beautiful fabrics.Thanks for the link

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  19. Looks YUMMY! I would love to win!

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