Fabric Giveaway

October 2, 2012 |  by  |  Blog, Giveaway

 

 

Everyone seems to love my ombre pumpkin! Thanks soo much guys! And so I thought, today would be the right day to make a giveaway!

Thanks to Stoffe.de, who I met at the Blogger Conference in Berlin, we have 3 packages of various fabrics, who three of you can win!

 

If you into food photography, you can use them as backdrops…

use them as gift wrap

make fabric tape

do this project

 

 

They also has a continuing contest. You can sign up and upload your own sewing project and win coupons for their store.

 

 

TO ENTER:
Leave a comment on this post telling me  how you would use the fabric. Make sure you leave a valid email address on your entry.

 

Additional Entries:

Share the giveaway on any of the social networking sites and leave a comment here that you did.

 

THE RULES : This giveaway ends at 11:59pm GMT+1 on Saturday, September 6,  2012. Open to U.S. & Europe Residents. The winner will be selected by random.org and will have 48 hours to respond to our notification email before another winner is selected.

Good luck!
xoxo,Sibylle

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  1. This fabric is beautiful!!! I would use it for a party as a tablecloth or make napkins.
    rowecarrie at gmail dot com

  2. i love those patterns, i would use them for a cute bunting :)
    junifaden@googlemail.com
    p.s. the closing date seems to be wrong…
    Julia recently blogged..Photo a Day September #2

  3. i really like these patterns, they would look beautiful as tablecloths or pillow cases. thanks for the giveaway!
    lilla [dot] sugo [at] gmail [dot] com

  4. very nice fabric, would use them for sth for my daughter
    antje.roloff.79@googlemail.com

  5. Awesome, I’d love to enter! My husband recently bought me a sewing machine, so I’d use the fabric to make little pouches I’m planning to use as wrapping for Christmas gifts :).

    Have a great one!

    Miki.
    Miki recently blogged..Random peeks

  6. I would use it to make bunting for my bedroom, I’m moving house soon and can’t wait to decorate it! <3
    Katie recently blogged..Quote T-Shirt

  7. Waw, pretty! I would like to make them into a skirt, if the fabric is big enough that is.. Otherwise I would make it into a totebag :) I love colorful totebags!
    Elisse recently blogged..Photo challenge: october

  8. my nieces need zipper wallets for the purses I bought them for Christmas!
    Juliette recently blogged..Modern Craft Inspiration: Tamara Maynes

  9. Ah! They’re so cute! They’d be a perfect beginning to the fabric bunting I want to make! (And I can probably use the scraps for a patchwork project!)
    Miss Ling recently blogged..Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24H

  10. Oh! Great ‘Stoffe’! :)
    I would use them for pillowcases … nice pillowcases :)

  11. What lovely fabrics! I’m planning to have a home-made Christmas, so I would use the fabric to make gifts for that.
    Jenni (The ExExpat) recently blogged..Birthday Party

  12. I would probably stash it with all my other fabrics and dream about making something, but having hard time deciding what:)
    Petra recently blogged..Klapproject – button your hat to your ears

  13. I would make something for my niece! I haven’t made her an outfit since she just learned to sit up, and now we can have arguments! Ha.
    Kelly.R recently blogged..Rain Cloud Bib by AuntKayKay

  14. These fabrics are beautiful. I would use them to make my oldest daughter a duvet/quilt bed cover.
    Lisa recently blogged..A Simple Hello Postage Stamps

  15. So pretty!! I would love to incorporate them into my best friends wedding coming up soon, so I would make bunting and wall decorations and maybe add some swatches onto the table plan / table center pieces :)

    jennycuteblog@gmail.com
    Jenny recently blogged..Decoden phone case

  16. Definitely frame them! They will look beautiful on my bedroom wall.

  17. These are gorgeous! I would definitely use them as backdrops until I could find a perfect sewing project!

    My email is adeleastaire@yahoo.com :)
    Kailey recently blogged..Neapolitan

  18. Well, I would make a quilt…..or maybe an apron…….who knows, but whatever I make it is sure to look great when made out of that cute fabric! Diana
    Diana Pike recently blogged..Gingerbread Skeleton

  19. I’m so inspired by all those colors!
    I think i would go with a girly headboard project, a fabric gallery wall, add to my bunting collection, try and sew something for my godson’s nursery, or thousand more possibilities…
    By the way, i never took the time to leave a comment on your blog, but it’s definitely a favorite of mine. keep up the funky work!

  20. Oh, I like!
    I would use that cute millefleur fabric to redo the inner padding of my new old camera bag that I got from my mom! And the others – I bet I would find something for them, too!

    Good night! : )
    Tina recently blogged..Zu Besuch beim Kartenmacher

  21. I would use this FAB fabric to make memo boards for my niece’s rooms!
    Melissa recently blogged..Bowling with the Fam

  22. I would like to make a bunting or maybe a stuffed owl…I love making them from prints.
    Rubylynn recently blogged..Art

  23. I would make pretty pouches and mini-bags with the lovely fabric!

  24. I would love to win this! I could make so many things with it…tablecloths, artwork, pjs, etc!

  25. Hi!

    I’m moving with my boyfriend in a couple of weeks (it is the first time we’ll live together!) and we’re starting to decorate our new appartment. I’d use the fabric to make up a coloured bunting for the hall!

    Thank you very much for this giveaway!

    My email is: lysandraalbicans@hotmail.com

  26. I crave some good textiles as a backdrop. As well, I’m preparing the baby shower for my sister and some interesting patterns are much needed :)
    Karolina {confetti+cookies} recently blogged..Lavender fields

  27. Morning

    great day in Bavaria sun is shining – so I sent some sun to everybody

    I like the Tilda fabrics and I would make scarves and belts out of them

    post it on Facebook

    pfiad euch

    babsy

  28. I would use it for beautiful wraping or for a garland, they are so cute !

  29. Great fabric! I would use it for the pops of colour around my apartment -cushions, napkins, framed as pictures.

    Lovely blog, I must say!

  30. Hiiiiiii…. That’s my fabric as a napkin, how beautyfull! I love your blog, the photography and your great ideas! And follow you by email, so a big surprise to see my own designed lovely little flowers Mies&Moosfabric on your blog! Gonna share this on my blog if you like it?

    Love Miss Moos (Monique)

  31. Hi! I’d use it for garlands and cushions to decorate the studio where I work and my son plays and draws. I’d also try to frame it and use it as a board for magnets, notes and pictures. Thank you!

  32. Dear Sibylle,

    your blog is just the nicest I know and whenever I am looking for inspiration I come back to you. Thank you, you are wonderful.

    I would use the lovely fabric to cover all-purpose-boxes (with lids) and to build the backdrop of an open frame without glass. In front could happen something like a white fabric-made flower that builds a beautiful contrast to the patterns in the back ♥.

    Liebste Grüße, sei geherzt und erfreue Deine Leser weiterhin mit so hübschen und besonderen Projekten!

    Nadine

  33. I love the fabrics, I will use then in my craft projects for kids.

  34. Beautiful. I want them all :-)
    Art and Chic recently blogged..DIY: Paper Flower – Lily!

  35. Ohohoh Sibylle,

    i love the beautiful Tilda Flower Fabric!

    And at last I think I will sew with one of these wonderful fabrics my own camera bag! (just with details as eye-catcher)

    Thanks Lulu

  36. So wonderful! I would use them for pillow cases for my new room!

  37. I love these fabrics! Pink and blue, i love them! Can’t wait to sew nice things, especially a bag.

  38. Very nice selection of fabrics. So colorful and bright! I think I’d use them to make cute little purses and wallets for me and my friends. :-)

    anzouya[at]gmail[dot]com

  39. I’ve also Tweeted about it @Anzouya and shared on Facebook @Angeliki Pagkrati. :-)
    Angela recently blogged..Collaboration with Walk In Closet

  40. These are beautiful!
    I would make a nursery mobile out of it.

  41. I shared this on facebook.

  42. I’d love to use those lovely fabrics to make a fantastic patchwork toy for my newborn granddaughter Sofie. I have an idea of a patchwork cat, with lots of ‘extra’s’ for the baby to play with. Can’t wait to make it!

  43. I shared this on Pinterest.

  44. What beautiful fabrics…so many great projects come to mind! I think I would like to make some napkins or use for a table runner

  45. Whaa! I would love to sew some pillows for my daughter’s room with these nice fabrics!

  46. I shared this on Pinterest

  47. This is beautiful fabric! I would use some to create borders on curtains in my art studio, and the remainder to create coordinating cat and dog beds for my pets. If there was any left over, I’d probably try and make a sleeveless shirt with corded pintucks down the front (if I could use it as the main fabric, I’d make bias tape to finish the seams).

  48. I would use them for pillowcases :)

  49. i would use them for food photography for m< blog. definitely! :D

    xoxo sassi

    twitter post: https://twitter.com/suikerbuik/status/253498593611231232
    zwergenprinzessin recently blogged..the dinner project: kw 39

  50. i am always looking for new fabric for my photography – to give away fabric is such a good idea, i’d love to win ;)
    Jana recently blogged..Zuckersüß 34

  51. i want to sew a tote bag or some fabric brooches with those fabrics. :)
    Ana Nurdiana recently blogged..Kolase #13 : 20 Juli 2012. Rumput Laut di Tengah Laut.

  52. loooove this fabric!! definitely use it to style my studydesk! maybe make a pinboard or penholders…
    thanks
    tina _ itten@hotmail.com

    tina

  53. I would make some gorgeous and stylish throw pillows for my home! :)
    Síona recently blogged..Funkytime!

  54. How darling! I could think of a million ways to use the fabric, but I think it would be so cute to cut into small squares and use under the lid of a mason jar filled with jam or honey to give as a small gift.

  55. Gorgeous fabrics! I would make Tote bags or pillow cases with them.
    Thanksfor the giveaway!

  56. I would maybe make a scarf with it or a stuffed animal to give to a dear friend having a baby soon. Loads of ideas! I’ve love to win!
    Thank you!

  57. I would use them do add colourful pockets do my uni shirts and to upcycle my new shopping totes (in fact, they need some colour and patterns…)

    :)
    greets, lici
    lici recently blogged..Musterklammern + DIY = braun und fast schon herbstlich

  58. Wow, thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!!
    I have started on Christmas gifts and I would make a quilt! :)
    Thanks,
    Desi

  59. i would probably use them in any and all crafts that i constantly have going. i may make a batch of pinkish pumpkins with them…tiny sweet little flowered pumpkins!!!

  60. Love the fabric, would be great for a basket or cute little bag!

    Best,
    Dorrit

  61. i would use them to make napkins. :)

  62. i tweeted about this giveaway. :)

  63. i would make as many home dec type things as i could

  64. I would make a quilt.

  65. I love these fabrics! I would use them to make Christmas presents.

  66. Oooh these are cute! I am into make some zippered pouches right now and that is what I would use them for.

  67. hi sybille,
    wonderful fabric!!! I have soooooo many projects in mind… I would love to dress my little coffee-containers and make them to nice little utensil-containers… or would love to make lots and lots of fabric-tape… haven’t done that so far…
    and I would love to sew something really, really nice for my two little girls… maybe a little dress, or a doll, or….
    thanks for sharing this nice little give-away.
    *bee

  68. I would love to make some playful toy animals out of them, or a bag? or a dress for my daughter… mmhhhmmm always plenty of ideas for beautiful fabrics.

  69. I would use it “oldschool” – sew clothes for my misses.

    Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland,
    Anja
    Anja recently blogged..Kleiner Farbklecks für die Herbstdeko ::: farbige Eicheln

  70. …I would use the fabric to sew a colorful coat for my Golden Retriever and a coordinating loop-scarf for me :-)

  71. We just bought a new kitchen table and I would definitely use these to make new placemats and napkins for it. If there was any leftover, I would make a little needle pouch for my hand sewing needles.

  72. oh wow!
    A blazer with the last fabric would be so great!
    or maybe for a pillow!

  73. i would like to use as a patchwork blanket…
    oh i love it…

    liebe grüße, meliha
    Meliha recently blogged..5 Fragen in der Küche: Heute mit Lisa von Blog & Ihrer Wohnboutique Villa-Lotta

  74. I World sew a Dress for my babygirl and a bunting for a friend’s girl-to-be. I Love the designs!

  75. I’d use the fabric to make my cousin a fantastic Christmas gift! Maybe a handbag or a vest (if I’m feeling super creative).

  76. I’d make some gorgeous in the hoop bunting with my new embroidery machine. We’re finally re-doing my daughter’s bedroom and I’m making bunting with her name on it. Pillowcases to match with some gorgeous ric rac seem to be in order as well!

  77. I’d use the fabric to make a photo booth background for my wedding… and maybe some other cute decorations!

  78. What lovely fabric! I think I would use it to make something for my two adorable nieces. My fingers are crossed!
    Amy recently blogged..One Thousand Gifts (1147 – 1161)

  79. ooooh I will use these fabrics for aprons.. or maybe bag linings… or maybe a lunch bag I’ve been wanting to design!!

    Oh the possibilities!

    ~Amy

  80. Just tweeted about the give-away… please let it be me!!!

  81. Wow! lovely fabrics! I would love to use them in different projects, all around my home or in some of my bags :D. It would be awesome to create a new bag just to use some of these fabrics (already got the shape of it in my mind!).

    Thank you for giving away these beauties!

    Good luck to everyone! (and myself hihi) :D

  82. Should I win, I would drive my boyfriend crazy. This week he felt very annoyed by the sound of the sewing machine … But he likes the finished pillows. ;)
    Lena recently blogged..Macro monday

  83. i’ll make some nice cushions for my new couch!

  84. Autumn is coming an I really need some scarves!

  85. I love fabric! Thanks for the giveaway. I’d use it to make beautiful cushions for my baby girl bedroom.

  86. i would use then for a bag

  87. Oh Wow, great Giveaway!!
    I would use it for a scarf and a Bag.
    Thanks + Greatings from Susanne

  88. I like to make quilts, so I would probably go for that, but might have to add in more coordinates :)
    Mike Pearson recently blogged..Christmas in New Jersey

  89. I would use these to make framed tufted art to add pops of color in my white themed bedroom. The accent colors in these fabrics would be perfect for adding some bright, crisp color!

  90. Hello,
    I see backdrops, scarfs, crib mobiles, lampshades,
    I see trees of green…….. red roses too
    I see skies of blue….. clouds of white
    The colors of a rainbow…..so pretty ..in the sky
    bye!

  91. I’d love to use your gorgeous fabric but apperntly I live at the end of the earth in Australia and you werem’t aware that we too have a postal service.

  92. I would use it as a photography backdrop! :)

  93. I would use to finally put up a Roman shade on the window in our kitchen and maybe a pillow case for the couch and a table runner for our 60’s stereo sideboard that we found at a flea market …so many ideas …

    btw. I love your blog. This christmas I wplan on making a version of your “polymer clay light garland” as a present for a friend in Australia

    thanks for the chance to win

  94. I would use these to make some cute clothes for my daughter or maybe a quilt.

  95. oh they are so beautiful!
    I would use them for my pachworkprojekts – and my pachworkprojekts will be used as gifts for christmas :)

    liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
    Runa Rotfuchs

  96. Beautiful patterns! They’ll make great combination in a quilt.

  97. What gorgeous fabric! I don’t yet know how to sew, but my cousin does and I’d give the fabric to her to create some beautiful dresses for our daughters. Thanks for holding this contest!

  98. Hope I still have a chance to win! I would make some apliques with it!
    Nati recently blogged..Following a new series, Quilt Math