Let me introduce you to Fort Worth Fabric Studio. FWFS is an online-only fabric store out of Texas, owned and operated by Jodie Heinold. She has a fabulous selection of fabric collections from many of the major fabric manufacturers.
Jodie specializes in putting together wonderful bundles. One of her most popular is the Ta Dot Fat Quarter bundle, containing a FQ of each of the 37 prints in Michael Miller's Ta Dot collection. What a great stash builder! Other variations include a Half Yard version as well as a Tamed Ta Dot bundle containing 9 Dot FQ's paired with 9 solid FQ's from Michael Miller's Cotton Coutures. All Ta Dot prints are available separately as well.
Another bundle I can't resist is the Quilt Con bundle. Such gorgeous colors and fabrics. And there are only 3 left!
Jodie also carries a huge selection of Kona Solids, Bella Solids, and Cotton Couture solids. There are new collections by various manufacturers such as the Ghastlies, Amy Butler's Cameo, and various Dr. Suess prints by Robert Kaufman, as well as some good amounts of some of my favorite collections that are getting scarce like Ruby and Michael Miller's Retro Kitchen.
Finally, FWFS is home of the Friday Bundle Batch - a brand new bundle of Fat Quarters featured each Friday centered around a theme or colors. The bundle is highlighted in their weekly Friday newsletter along with any other new arrivals. Go here to sign up for the Newsletter. You can also follow Fort Worth Fabric Studio on their blog, Facebook, or Twitter to hear more about the latest arrivals and sales or promotions.
Today Jodie is giving away this Apple Sauce bundle - a collection of 12 Fat Quarters featuring Amanda Herring's Apple of my Eye collection, paired with other coordinating dots and prints to one of you readers.
To enter: Leave a comment on this post. One entry per person. If you'd like to, visit Fort Worth Studios and tell us which is your favorite collection or bundle!
Giveaway open until Saturday, July 21 at midnight, MST. Giveaway CLOSED.
I've sent you an email, Sallie! Congratulations!
And thank you, readers, so much for your support of these sponsor profiles and giveaways. Having worked in a fabric shop, I know that it's a lot of work and not a huge financial windfall - they're typically run by people who have a passion for fabric and sewing and not because they're in it to get rich. I'm so happy to support them by spreading the word about who they are and what they carry - each one has it's own personality and specialties. In return, I am so grateful for the support they give to this blog and making it possible for me to justify the many hours spent sharing here. :)