Fabric Friyaaay! Ep. 02: Fabric Giveaway! [3 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, and debuted the HELLO Collection by Susan Emory for Michael Miller Fabrics last week! All winners are chosen at random using the Rafflecopter option and the winner of the 2nd Giveaway is! *insert drum roll here* Katie Kennedy!

 

Now let’s talk about this week’s Giveaway:  HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW.

This collection is vibrant and bold. It’s sure to brighten the rainiest of days. It features vine florals, floating butterflies and a stone path textured pattern.

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 15 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.  Share this blog post on social media with your friends! You can share on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can do this once a day.

2. Leave a comment telling us where you share it and what you would make with this collection.

Be sure to click that you have done so on the rafflecopter so that your entries are recorded!  GOOD LUCK!

PS. If you are not a member of SewingPortfolios.com yet,  what are you waiting for! We have all the fun! =) Membership is FREE!!

Deadline to enter is 5.7.2017. Rafflecopter below:

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64 comments

  1. These all scream girly dress at me. My favorite patterns are the “Lauren” and “Tinny” by Straightgrain Patterns. I have the Jaanu from the same designer just gathering dust because the right fabric has not shown up yet. One of these beauties would certainly make the short list 🙂
    This would make lovely Tulip dresses too!

  2. This is the one I loved the most, I just see an adorable summer swing top and shorts set from this with the perfect trim!

  3. Oh this is so lovely! These fabrics would totally make cute dresses and blouses, with matching summer bonnets… oh and cute little bags or purses.
    I’ve shared over on Facebook

  4. These colors are so gorgeous! I particularly love those vine0filled florals! All the heart eyes!

  5. What a lovely fabrics! I would say, i’ll make some blouses, and twirly girly skirts. Maybe i’ll even make something for my little boy! The blue, green and orange are his favourite colors! I’ll will share the blogpost on my twitter!

  6. Love these colours!! I see summerdresses and more summerdresses. Shared it on my Facebook page. Fingers crossed!!

  7. Those are such cheerful colors I think I’d try to keep them all together. DOn’t know how I’d do that in a garment, but I’d love to try!

  8. I would make a multi tiered maxi dress in a boho patches style so I could keep all the colors and patterms together!

  9. I would be making up a few things (and then some!) – namely some Jade’s Crop Top along with Lilly’s Petal Skirt and Kelcee’s Wide Leg Bottoms (by Snuggle My Baby Patterns), I would also make up a few of The Cottage Mama’s Party Dresses – they are so quick to sew and SO versatile! Of course, there would also have to be something for me – so I would make (out of that gorgeous black butterfly print) the Cheyenne Tunic from Hey June Patterns. <3 …oh and I still need to find some loose fit capris… there MUST be a pattern out there for me!!!

  10. The grey floral and/or the black floral prints I’d turn in a skirt for me, the other one’s should become a fun, summer quilt. 🙂

  11. I’ve just realized I desperately need a new cosmetics bag, a boxy pouch and a LARGE, large zippy bag. (might need to make a few of each as I am unable to keep my zipper cases!)

  12. I would make an Emery dress, or a nice summery maxi dress. I’m not sure I’ve managed to share this post though. I’ll try manually.

  13. I see summer tops for me and then some new additions for a sampler quilt I’m working on. It is a gorgeous collection. I will share on facebook…

  14. This collection is gorgeous!! I’d love to make so girly dresses, shorts, you name it. These colors are love!!

  15. I’ve shared on my FB wall. I hope I get the chance to sew up some pretty dresses for my daughter!

  16. Such gorgeous, vibrant colors! I’d love to make a bag for myself and definitely some dresses/skirts!

  17. The bright summery colors look perfect for a summer quilt. I want to do more paper piecing and would do some popsicles and picnics!

  18. I love this collection. I can envisage some elegant tea party style dresses and some funky harem pants with the darker colors. We are heading into winter here and those rich colours would really pop.

  19. I have three girls and I would make all kinds of things for them. I’m thinking matching skirts would be fun.

  20. I love these colors! My husband works on an organic farm here in San Diego CA & my mind is running wild with these beautiful fabrics! I would make outfits for my kids with these. So gorgeous!

  21. I don’t have any little girls to make clothes for anymore, but I can see these making some cheerful baby blankets or “lovies” to donate to a non-profit, Relief Share, for babies and sick children.

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