Fabric + Vintage Trimmings! [oh yeah, another giveaway!]

I hope you’ve checked out the fabulous 24 yards of fabric that we’re giving away here. Part of me wishes I wasn’t involved so I could win all that loveliness. ;)

Giving away fabric makes me giddy. So much so that I couldn’t stop.

So I’ve got MORE lovelies to give away today, from my personal stash!DSC_0082One and a half yards of this super fun laser cut blue knit fabric and these vintage goodies!
DSC_0081Chevron detail!
DSC_0083Plus some vintage lace trim and vintage blue buttons.

Want to win? Just leave a comment telling me what you’d make. If you want another entry, follow me on facebook or twitter or pinterest. Then leave a comment telling me that you do [one comment for each] and you’ll get an even better chance to win!

Good luck! And don’t forget about all the fabric you could win here too…

Giveaway is open to everyone and closes May 10 at 5 p.m. PST

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159 comments

  1. A cardigan from Burda Style. I think this is the perfect fabric for it. Thanks for include us!!! Everyone, ;)

  2. I think I would use it for a peasant blouse for me. Use pink fabric as the lining so it shows through the holes in the blue, and use the pink lace trim as an embellishment around the sleeves, then put the buttons down the front!

  3. I think the fabric would be pretty as a shawl or wrap, maybe even a cardigan because you’d see the shirt underneath through the cutouts.

  4. I can see that as a gorgeous top. I think I’d try to find a matching pink to line the shirt with and peek out from behind the cut outs. Such lovely fabric!

  5. I’ve been big into making dress up princess dresses – for my little girl… then for her pre-school… then for her to give as birthday presents. I can’t stop, it’s a sickness hehehe. So I would probably make that sweet blue fabric into some princessy fabulousness.

  6. This would be perfect for a kindergarten graduation dress for my special girl! I think I’d line it in white to show off the fabric cut-outs.

  7. I’m planning a wedding, and I’m looking for some vintage bits to finish some things off. Things like these would be perfect!

  8. I think that lovely fabric would be perfect as a summer dress for a little girl. Thanks for the chance to win.

  9. The fabric is so pretty with the lacy-look. I think it would make a beautiful skirt. Thank you for the giveaway and for a chance to win.

  10. A fun handbag I think – looks wonderful in the picture but I have no idea what it feels like so maybe a bag isn’t appropriate?

  11. That fabric would make such a pretty skirt for one of my girls. I would put the buttons down the side.

  12. That wonderful fabric and vintage buttons would make a beautiful summer dress for my little granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  13. iIm thinking it would make a great swimsuit coverup..Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

  14. I have a family reunion coming up in July at the beach, I think it’d make an excellent coverup! The transparency would let the swimsuit show through!

    Thanks for the great offer!
    elizabeth.waligora at gmail.com

  15. Honestly, I would probably use the seam binding and buttons on a handmade and or a mixed media project, but the fabric I would use to make a pillow for my Mother. We have lived together for the last 10 years and she just went into a nursing home about 6 weeks ago. I would love to use the beautiful blue fabric (her favorite color) to make her something special from me! Thanks for the chance to win.

  16. The fabric would make a lovely skirt! (though I’d probably have to line it to stop it being. . .you know. . .see through). Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. Make? Umm that’s a good question; I’ve never worked with knit fabric before. I know that’d I’d love to add the pink trim to a pillowcase or beautiful pillow

  18. I LOVE the name of your blog. I can so relate.
    I would make a sweet dress for one of my girls.
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

  19. I think I would make a little sun dress for a friend of mines daughter. I have 3 boys and her daughter has become my “guilty pleasure sewing” victim! She gets skirts, dresses, tops, hair bows galore!! It’s beautiful, thank you!

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