Fabric Friyaaay! Ep. 02: Fabric Giveaway! [2 of 7]

Hi Guys!! Welcome back to a new series of Fabric Friyaaay Giveaways!! For our second box, we debuted 7 new collections shipping to stores in June and August. The box was so big we separated the contents into two shows, Live Show #1 and Show #2, during the live broadcast of Show #2 we giveaway the first bundle, so know we are starting with bundle #2 of 7 on the blog – HELLO!!

Get ready to express yourself with “HELLO” by Susan Emory for Michael Miller Fabrics. This vivid fabric line includes a full alphabet, numbers , symbols, retro telephone sets , polka dots and other fun prints to bring out your inner typography nerd!

How fun and funky are these?? Here’s a video close up of the entire collection. Just press play!

This collection will start shipping to stores mid June, 2017 BUT, If you’d like to enter for a chance to win this entire collection ( a total of 21 yards, 1 yard of each print) and get your hands on it before any one else does, enter the Rafflecopter below and play to win!

Ways to win using the Rafflecopter:

1.  Leave a comment on this blog post telling us what you would make with this collection [MANDATORY]

2. Comment again, or in the same post with your unique SewingPortfolios.com user link (found on your SewingPortfolios.com user profile on www.sewingportfolios.com – If you are not a member, please sign up now! Membership is FREE! and then come back and drop your link in the comments for another entry!) [OPTIONAL] – Be sure to click that you have done so on the rafflecopter so that your entries are recorded!  GOOD LUCK!

P.S.!!!! Check out this guest post of one of our past Fabric Friyaaay winners all the way in Belgium,  showcasing what she made from the bundle she won!

Deadline to enter is 4.30.2017. Rafflecopter below:

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  1. Some of these prints are so fun. I would definitely be making something shirt related for my son, perhaps even my husband! Then some of the alphabet prints would make cute wallets or small bags 🙂

  2. I would make some really adorable dresses for my little girl – she’s 2 and obsessed with phones, haha! She’d love a phone dress!

  3. Oh my! Such vivid, bright FUN colours! Would make some really cute summer outfits for the kids! Especially some Kelcee’s Wide Leg Bottoms from Snuggle My Baby Patterns (paired off with her newly released Jade’s Crop Top!!!)

  4. I would make schoolrelated stuff for myself and/or my kids with some of the typography. I have been planning to make a sleeve for my MacBook for a while now. The kids could use some kind of cross body messenger bag for their iPads.
    The polkadots would definately go into dresses/skirts for my daughter. They go with everything!
    I have a nephew that just started kindergarten. He has to learn letter in a few years, he loves his toy-phone and he is *cough* pretty *cough* loud: lots of the prints apply to him. A backpack or drawstring bag comes to mind.
    Or a reading pillow with the exclamation marks. And some detachable patches to learn to spell his name. I can totally see that working out beautifully! Or some stuffed letter cubes for his baby sister.
    And the scissors : mine mine mine. A shoulder bag? sewing machine cover? fabric baskets? So much projects to choose from!
    I’m here at sewing portfolios.com: https://www.sewingportfolios.com/me/nathalie-v

  5. SEW many possibilities, totes, aprons, sewing caddies, pincushion, wall decor, memo boards, fidget quilts, crayon roll-ups, art quilts, children’s learning tools………..

  6. Obviously, these would all be wonderful in a quilt! I also like to make zipper bags and handbags esp to give as gifts and thank yous.

  7. I see it is a yard of each print! Not only would I make a quilt for my bed, but I desperately need new pillowcases. I noticed that mine are getting to be see through! They must be as old as my kids that are now grown with kids of their own.

  8. I definitely see a baby quilt for a neighbor who’s having girl #2 (since I made her one for baby girl #1) and I’d love to make a Zippy top from See Kate Sew for me(!) in either the tic tac toe or polka dots. Probably would have to make a couple of sweet pinafores for a couple of summer birthday presents, too.

  9. Oh my the things I would make! Bright hot water Bottle Covers, clothes for my baby, definitely a hexie quilt!!

  10. I would love to make my daughter’s first day of school dress out of this, as well as pencil cases, lunch boxes, and backpacks!

  11. I would us the fabrics in the Swirly Girls designs Quilt Pattern “Seranade”, since it allows the use of many colors and fabrics. It would allow for some fussy cutting of the larger “ransom” letters, however I see those as a pillow or on the back!

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