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How about this for a fun way to kick off the weekend – a giveaway from sponsor, The Little Fabric Shop.
The Little Fabric shop has lots of recent collections from popular companies including Moda, Michael Miller, Riley Blake, Robert Kaufman, and Free Spirit.
This shop is full of most of my favorite collections available. I love pretty much everything in Angie’s shop! Like those scallop prints from Riley Blake’s Modern Maritime. They’re some of my recent favorites! They’re a fun variation on the chevron craze – a little softer and could be used in so many ways. Plus I’m a sucker for primary colors and anything nautical, so this collection meets a lot of good criteria in my book.
The Little Fabric Shop has also just started carrying Bailey from Blend Fabrics. So adorable and whimsical and graphic all at the same time. I’d love to play with that collection.
And in additional fun and exciting news, The Little Fabric Shop is having a HUGE sale! They’re making room for lots of new goodies and you can find great collections on clearance, including some fabrics as low as $5.00 a yard. Plus, if you order between now and Sunday, April 28 you can take and EXTRA 10% off everything in the store with the code QUILTER10 at checkout. Pretty sweet.
Now, here’s the funnest news of all: today Angie is giving away a $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE to the Little Fabric Shop to one of you readers. Whoa.
To enter, please take a quick trip to the Little Fabric Shop and come back here and tell me your favorite fabric collection in the shop. One entry per person, please.
Giveaway open until Tuesday, April 30, midnight MST. GIVEAWAY CLOSED.
WINNER: Phyllis said…
Favorite is Little Red Riding Hood!
Thank you Angie!
And thank you to all of you for supporting these awesome sponsors. I’m very choosy about who I accept as sponsor’s of this blog. I know from personal experience that selling fabric is not always as glamorous as it sounds. It’s a lot of work for not a huge financial windfall and I’m so grateful to these independent businesses for supplying our fabric
addictions needs. In turn, I am so grateful for the support of these sponsors so that I can justify the many hours spent sharing here. Huge thank you’s all around!