Friday, October 1, 2010

Giveaway!

Yes it's that time again and I'm very pleased to be giving away some hand dyed fabric for the first time. The winner will receive a hand painted fat quarter and 2 hand dyed co-ordinating pieces measuring 16 x 16 inches from my skyscape series.



To enter:

1. You need to be a follower. New followers are welcome to enter.

2. Please leave a comment telling me why you like hand dyed fabric and what you think you would do with it if you won.

3. If you blog about this giveaway and link back to here you will receive an additional entry, please come back and leave an extra comment to say you've blogged.

The winner will be selected by random integer on Tuesday 5th October.

Thanks for entering, all the best!

32 comments:

CurlyPops said...

What a beautiful colour combo. I'm thinking that they would make really nice sunnies pouches - perfect colour for Spring / Summer.

Tas said...

Hand dyed fabrics are usually so bright and happy- and you get to make something that is individual!

Lesley said...

Gorgeous fabrics!! I think I'd use them to make a bag for a dear friend. I've left a comment on my blog as well
http://cherubscraft.blogspot.com/2010/10/giveaway.html

Mandy said...

Oooh, awesome giveaway! I'm a new follower :) I love hand dyed fabric because of it's unpredictable nature. I'd use it in a special quilt.

angelina said...

hi,,,i would make a banner. thanks!

angelina said...

following yoU!

Nic Wood said...

I love the colourway, it is so pretty and summery! Im not sure what I would make with it? maybe a summery tunic top for my DD.
Nic xxx

CraftyMummy said...

These are gorgeous! I love the idea of making something totally unique because the fabrics are unique - maybe a baby quilt or a bag?

Kerry said...

thanks for the invite. Lovely fabrics, I think they would make pretty runner for spring/summer.

Doina said...

Great giveaway! Please count me in! I would make a baby quilt.

Doina said...

I am a follower.

Doina said...

I put your giveaway on my sidebar.

yardage girl said...

Pretty! I'm not sure what I would make ... maybe use some in a quilt.

Rose said...

Oh those are so pretty, I love hand dyed fabric because every piece is different even when the same colours are used.

I would make a table runner that I could use to show off the beauty of the fabric.

:)

carmel said...

hi! thanks for inviting me to your giveaway!
i would have come by my self but my google reader is so full with un read posts that i dont even know where to stsrt and i just dont read any blog at the moment cues of that.. so thats why i havent been here earlyer

any whey
thanks for the great giveaway
i love that fabric!

carmel said...

im a follower
thanks!

carmel said...

and i blogged about it on my sidebar
thanks!

Elizabeth said...

Thanks for the invite to the giveaway. Your fabrics are georgous. I think I would make a money pouch or clothes for my daughter's waldorf doll. Thanks for the chance.

Blessings, Elizabeth

bee*in*the*balm said...

these would make great accents with some other fabric i have in a small quilt or toddler dress!

Wendy B said...

Hi and thanks so much for the invite to your blog! I'm liking what I see! Will be checking back again! I've been looking for some batik to make a needle pouch but this fabric looks perfect!!! I'd love to be entered into your draw.
Have also become a follower.
Sugary hugs
Wendy :O)

nocton4 said...

how fab, such wonderful colours ... I would admire it for awhile, opening and refolding it several times lol, then I'm thinking a wonderful hanging or banner for a celebration.
all love xx

Quilary said...

Gorgeous colours - you get them matching ! I've been wanting to make a laptop cover so they'd be a perfect colour combo for one.

Elizabeth said...

Blogged about your giveaway. You can see the post here: http://heartfelthomemaking.blogspot.com/2010/10/lets-make-quilt.html

Blessings, Elizabeth

Clarinda said...

Loving that colour combo! Hand dyed is always one of a kind ;) (am a follower)

Kiskalács said...

Hi Kel,

Thank you for the email. I was surprised reading while it.
If your fabric is siutable for cross stitch, I would stitch a nice picture on it. Or maybe making a bag... I don't know.
There are lots of reasons why I like hand dyed fabric and flosses. One of them is that they are cheaper than I can buy in shops.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Dora from Hungary

pippirose said...

They are just gorgeous!
I've never used hand-dyed fabric before...so I'd love to try!
I'm a new follower.
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

This is My Life said...

Lovely, just lovely.

This is My Life said...

Oh and I like hand dyed fabric because it has been loved by someones hands, and what I would do with it is add it to a baby quilt I am planning for a friend. Pay it forward:)

Kylie said...

I love the colours - well done.

I love hand dyed fabric becuase I am not game enought to try it myself:)

Judy said...

Beautiful!! I want to use them for a tablescape. Thanks for offering this giveaway : )

zofia said...

So lovely!
Ooh, maybe some special detailing in a dress....
Great stuff Kelly :)

Karen said...

I'm a google reader follower and I love the hand dyed colours you've used and think they would be perfect for a gorgeous fresh summery shirt for one of my girls - one with ruffled layers I think!