Friday, April 6, 2012

{Fabulous Fabric Friday} Kumari Garden Tarika Gem #Giveaway


Happy Friday, hope its a Good one for you! Today I'd like to show you this little bit of eye candy from Dena Designs.  Its called Tarika Gem from the Kumari Garden line.  I love this print in every color it comes in, but this is one of my favs.  So many pretty colors!

Look at this adorable dress from Palm Tree Princess.  Wouldn't every little girl feel like a princess in something so pretty? I especially like the ric rac trim around the shoulder straps and hem line.  Adorable!


Its also a great print for burp cloths.  With all these pretty colors, you'll never see a stain. :) 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.

58 comments:

  1. I would definitely make something quilty out of it. I saw a pattern for making a carrying case for your rulers. That sounds like a good idea for this fabric. Oh, and following your blog now too!

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  2. I might make a flowing skirt for my daughter out of it. It's hard to find appropriate length skirts for four year olds.

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  3. I shared the giveaway on facebook

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  4. I shared the giveaway on twitter.

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  5. How about a valance for your little girl's room? Or a lamp shade cover?

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  7. Love the little dress-- and that is what I would make if I won! My granddaughter turns 1 next month, and I want to make her a special little dress for her party. This fabric would be perfect! :-)

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  8. I follow you on FB! Thanks a bunch! :-)

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  9. I shared your giveaway on Facebook, too! :-)

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  10. I follow you on Twitter, too. :-)

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  11. I tweeted your giveaway: https://twitter.com/#!/GwenWindham/status/188256130064068608

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  12. I follow you on facebook & have ordered from you on etsy. I LOVE the little dress. I would make one like it for my 2 1/2 yr-old granddaughter, but with yellow contrast & pink rick rack because pink & yellow are her favorite colors. Adorable!

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  13. Cute dress - and the little girl is so cute, too! If I won, I would use the fabric towards a baby girl quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  14. Following on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  15. I'm signed up for your newsletter.

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  16. I am a lover of fabrics but when I get them in my hands I am so afraid to use them. I think I am just a hoarder but I would love a burp cloth
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  21. A fun quilted laptop bag was my first thought; it's so bright and fun.

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  27. I would make a pillowcase dress for my daughter, so cute!

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  28. I'm having some issues with commenting, let's hope the 3rd time's the charm!

    I'm new to sewing so can't always predict how far a yard will go, but I have dozens of ideas! Matching skirts for daughter and her dolly, hair scrunchies and hair bands, crayon roll(s), stuffed animal, custom bedding for dolly (dollies are spoiled in our house), little zipper pouches, and so much more! My biggest problem is settling on an idea. Thanks for reading my novel!

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  29. I would make a handbag & if I had a bit left over, I'd make a headband!

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  30. I receive your e-mail newsletter!

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  31. I would use it for a backdrop!

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  32. I have liked your page on facebook!

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  33. I would make a cloth diaper with it!

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  39. my mom always needs fabric for the pillows she donates to cancer patients at the hospital i'd give my winnings to her!

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  40. I would make a cute ruffle skirt using this fabric!
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  41. Follow on FB - Amanda Alvarado

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  42. Follow on twitter - dolphin4176

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  43. Follow your blog - Amanda Alvarado

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