Friday, March 2, 2012

{Fabulous Fabric Friday} Indian Summer Flower #Giveaway

TGIF--I live for Fridays, don't you?  What better way to start the day off than gazing at a fabulous fabric.  Today I want to show you this Indian Summer Flower fabric from Riley Blake.  I love the unexpected color combinations in this modern print.  

Need some inspiration to start a project in this fun line?  Look at this gorgeous baby blanket by Freckled Finch Kids.  The placement of the white strips between rows, sets the colors on fire!

Here is an adorable ruffle skirt made in Indian Summer prints by Paisley Pockets. Now wouldn't any little girl love to twirl in something so pretty?

I have a fettish for flannel and also for polka dots so I have this in several colors in flannel.
  
These would make a sweet pair of PJ's or some funky potholders.  You can never have too many potholders I've found.  One of my favorite things to make with flannel is baby swaddlers.  I make them plenty big and square for the perfect swaddle.  This makes babies content and momma's ecstatic so they can catch up on much needed sleep.  So swaddle up!


So what tickles your fancy?  Tell me in the comments below what you would do with this fabric to win a yard of this delicious print.  For extra entries you can:

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Can't wait to hear all your ideas!
  
Entries accepted until Sunday at midnight.  Winner drawn Monday.


26 comments:

  1. I would definitely incorporate this fabric into a skirt for my girls! How beautiful!

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  2. Have you seen the fabric baskets/bins? This fabric would make a cute one!

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  3. Yum! I love Indian Summer. :) (both the fabric, and the actual season!) I think it would look awesome sprucing up some plain white tea towels somehow... I'd like to see them hanging in my kitchen. :)

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  4. I follow on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  5. And I signed up for the newsletter. :)

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  6. I would make an apron for my sister! thanks!

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  7. I want to use it as a ruffle on two separate ruffle skirts with fabric roses for my two adorable granddaughters, Morabella & Iradessa! It's such a happy, springy pattern! Love your stuff! Thanks! We follow you on Facebook!

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  8. We also subscribe to your newsletter! ;/)

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  9. And we follow you on Face Book! Terri -myboyblue11@gmail.com

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  10. I would make my granddaughters skirts with layered ruffles! Terri

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  11. would make a cute diaper cover with ruffles
    masugr at yahoo dot com

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  12. Following you on Facebook as Allyson Bossie
    masugr at yahoo dot com

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  13. I'm on an apron trip and would sew a pretty Spring Apron.

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  14. I would use it with a coordinating fabric to make a skirt and shirt set for dd.
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  15. Follow you on FB - Amanda Alvarado

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  16. Follow you on twitter - dolphin4176

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  17. I follow you on facebook (aubrie gee)

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  18. I subscribe to your twitter (aubrie_G)

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  19. I receive your newsletter (grossthings at gmail dot com)

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  20. Oh, thank you for the chance to win! LOVE this fabric line!! :-) I think that it would be so pretty to add some punch to sunroom.... maybe a table topper, a pair of patchwork pillows, or a lap quilt... Such pretty colors, such pretty prints, and I love the name too ! :-)

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  21. I like you on Facebook--- thank you again! :-)

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  22. I also follow you on Twitter! My Twitter username is Gwen Windham. Thank you for the extra chances to enter this giveaway!! :-)

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  23. And, last but not least, I signed up for your newsletter! :-) Thank you for all the chances!! :-)

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  24. My fancy gets tickled by cute things. Softy pretty cutsie things. This fabric is really a fun print. It would just make you feel good and happy to look at.
    Haven't made anything for myself as far as clothing goes - in quite some time. I would love a summer top out of that pretty fabric.
    And maybe take some of the scraps for a mini quilt.
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    Cathy

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