Friday, March 23, 2012

{Fabulous Fabric Friday} Amy Butler Honeydew Buttercup #Giveaway

And I'm back at it with a Fabulous Fabric Friday.  Today I'd like to draw your attention to the gorgeous floral print above.  Amy's done it again, stole my heart with this modern marvel.  This is honeydew buttercup from her Soul Blossoms line.

I've had a lot of fun sewing this print up into all kinds of baby goodness.  Here is a swaddling blanket.  Can you ever have too many swaddlers?  I'm pretty sure you can't, but let me know if you ever encounter it.   Its background print is a Valori Wells pastel pom pom. Yes I'm still swooning over pom poms.  Where did my fainting couch go?!


Burp cloths are always fun in bright prints that pop. Here it is paired with Amy Butler's Passion Lily in Cerise Pink.  Love this set!

And last but not least, a patchwork blanket.  You'll see some of my favorite things in this one.  Brights, strawberries & chocolate, and a twist of lime.  Yum!
So what would you do with a yard of this great fabric?  Tell me in the comments below for a chance to win it.



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Entries accepted until Sunday at midnight.  Winner drawn Monday.


48 comments:

  1. I'd make a lap quilt. Thanks!

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  2. I follow you on TWitter. @birdie00000

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  3. I'm signed up for the newsletter.

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  4. I follow this blog. And I like it!

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  5. 1. A quilted pillow, using the whole piece and quilting around the design.

    2. A table runner.

    3. Add to the quilt stash.

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  6. I would love a cute summer tote in this fabric! thanks!

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  7. I am a new follower! thanks!

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  8. With this beautiful fabric I would make my granddaughter a dress.
    carriedust@yahoo.com

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  9. I follow you on Facebook; Carrie Phelps
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  10. I tweeted about this giveaway; @CarrieDust
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    https://twitter.com/#!/CarrieDust/status/183552706810621952

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  11. I shared this giveaway on FB; Carrie Phelps
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    https://www.facebook.com/carriedust/posts/118516648272589

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  12. I publicly follow you on GFC; Carriedust
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  13. This fabric is telling me,"Make a quilt out of me and other Amy fabrics!"

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  14. I would make a matching bib and burp cloth set for my farmer's market customers!

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  15. I would sew a new make-up bag

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  16. I would make burcloths!

    runner330 at yahoo dot com

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  17. This fabric would so great as the cover or background in a quiet book! A yard is a lot, but I'd use the rest for potholders, if any was left over from the book. Love how you share with us, thanks. Terri Betz

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  18. Follow your blog, FB, and am reading your emails! Love your stuff! Terri Betz

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  19. I would use it to make a section of a hippiedress!

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  20. I follow you on fb as Jodi b Zimmerman Schoof

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  21. I follow you on twitter as hippiechickmom

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  22. I tweeted about the giveaway as hippiechickmom

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  24. I receive you emails at jodiz@msn.com

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  25. I follow you on gfc and nb as jodi b zimmerman schoof/jodi zimmerman....ty for the giveaway

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  26. I love Amy Butler prints but I have never tries any of her fabric yet. If I win this, I will try it out on a new purse or jewelry travel roll! :)

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  27. I'm following you on facebook now. :)

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  28. One yard would be plenty to make a little sunsuit for my granddaughter-- and I know just the perfect pattern too! Might even have enough left to make her a matching sunhat! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!! :-)

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  29. I follow you on Facebook! Thanks again! :-)

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  30. I shared your giveaway on my FB page: https://www.facebook.com/Gwendolyn.A1

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  31. I follow you on Twitter! Thanks for all the extra chances to win! :-)

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  32. I tweeted your giveaway here: https://twitter.com/#!/GwenWindham/status/183584309272252416

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  33. I am a new follower of your blog! :-)

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  34. I am signed up for your newsletter-- thanks so much! :-)

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  35. I would make up this fabulous fabric up into an apron from my stash of antique apron patterns. I enjoy your blog and now I am following you on FB. Thanks for another great giveaway item.

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  36. Hhhmm this is a hard one. I'd love to make a skirt for dd but I love the way it looks on the burp cloths so I might make a couple of those. My sister could use some nice ones for her twins!
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  37. Like you on FB - Amanda Alvarado

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  38. Follow you on twitter - dolphin4176

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  39. Shared on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Dolphin4176/status/183668618230366208

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  40. Shared on FB: https://www.facebook.com/amanda.alvarado17/posts/391736260851482

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  41. Follow your blog via GFC - Amanda Alvarado

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  42. Signed up for your newsletter (I couldn't remember if I was signed up so I signed up again possibly!)
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  43. Oooo, some baby things! Or a sundress for my little girl ... Ooh, I need two yards!

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  44. I think I would either make a pretty top for my daughter, or a new purse for myself. :)

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  45. I am a new follower of twitter. :)

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  46. I would love to give it to my mom, she makes the most amazing quilts!

    vanrobmac at yahoo dot com

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