Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Timeless Treasures Organic Vikings Fabric Giveaway


Today I've got a great fabric giveaway for you!  Timeless Treasures has a new organic cotton collection that is beyond cute: Organic Vikings.  I love how whimsical and unique these prints are - vibrant colors paired with a fun Viking motif.  These prints are great for boy's projects.  I could see these being great for blankets, quilts, toys and room decor.  And for fun wearables like the pajamas I made:
I used the Viking boats & green crosshatch prints with the pattern Simplicity 5809 to make this set.  I also made some covered buttons to really coordinate the shorts & shirt trim:
I like the results and so did my little Viking:
My 6yr old loves adventure-related prints, so he was thrilled to have some Viking stuff made just for him.  It goes perfectly with my Viking Hairdo Hat design too;)
I used the orange crosshatch & navy Viking prints to make some matching slippers:
For these I had to go with my own slipper design.  The slipper version included in the Simplicity pattern was a complete fail. The largest size was supposed to coordinate with the size 8 pajamas, but my 6yr old could barely get them on - they fit my 2yr old better.  And their recommendation of using lightweight stabilizer and batting made them way to floppy to really be worn by an active kid.  So I came up with my own version that worked out much better.  I'll be sharing my how-to for those later this week.  

How about a chance to win some of this fabric for yourself?  One winner will receive:
A complete fat quarter set of Timeless Treasures Organic Vikings collection.  
All 10 coordinated prints!

To Enter:
Tell me what you'd make if you won this fabric.  Be sure to include an email address if it's not on your profile.

For Additional Entries (leave a separate comment for each one):
- Like Timeless Treasures on Facebook
- Follow Timeless Treasuresblog
- Follow Timeless Treasures on Twitter
- Follow Timeless Treasures on Pinterest
- Follow Sew Can Do
- Like Sew Can Do on Facebook
- Follow Sew Can Do on Twitter
- Follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest
- Link to this giveaway on your blog, Facebook or Twitter

Giveaway IS CLOSED will be open until 11:59PM EST July 17th, 2012. Giveaway is open to residents of U.S. and Canada only.  Void where prohibited.  The winner will be chosen at random and announced later that week.  Good Luck Everyone! 
 

263 comments:

  1. Well, I'm a quilter, but I could see a fun boy's quilt done with this bundle :) I love the slippers you made!

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  8. Link to this giveaway on your blog, Facebook or Twitter... check! Whew! Lots of entries :) https://twitter.com/AmateurQuilter/status/222675627793317890

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  9. I would make a tunic! A Viking tunic. And matching shorts or pants. I love the pajama shirt you made too!

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  10. I would make that shirt and slippers that you made.
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  11. That was my first instinct. Got a little boy up the street for PJ's! Can do little sister with dresses; harder for him,

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  12. follow TT blog by email
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  13. follow TT on pinterest
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  14. follow SCD on FB - evans sevieux
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  16. I think it would make a super cute quilt for a baby boy.

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  17. I would make a little boys quilt!

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  18. I would make an adorable little boy quilt with this great bundle!!

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  19. I am a happy follower of your blog!

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  20. Tweeted the giveaway, too.
    https://twitter.com/AlphaBecky/status/222719487038849025

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  21. Would love to make a pillow or two for DS2's room! Umdrower at hotmail dot com

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  22. Most certainly I would make a youth quilt!
    You are right, the fabric is whimiscal and oh so cute!! :D

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  23. I'd make a laptop bag for my adult kids who use to live in Norway when they were 3 & 5 years old (for six months). It would bring back so many fun memories of their youth as they enjoy your cute design. atlosordo@netscape.net

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  24. I would make a quilt for my son.

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  25. I already followed you on pinterest

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  26. I sahred the giveaway on fb.

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  27. I would make a quilt for a little boy.

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  28. I already like Timeless Treasures on Facebook.

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  29. I'm a new follower of your blog.

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  30. I also like you on Facebook.

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  31. We're of Norwegian ancestry, so this would be perfect! I would make a dress for my little girl (and maybe matching slippers, because those are too cute!)

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  32. I'd make a cute dress for my daughter and a romper for my son! With our Scandinavian heritage, these fabrics are perfect!
    annaliesbabyboutique@yahoo.com

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  33. Your "viking" is cute; thanks for chance to win! Would use in a quilt. (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  34. I'm already a follower of yours; thanks! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  35. I "liked" Timeless Treasures on Facebook :)

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  37. If I won I'd make some pillows for my boys. Or maybe some ties for church... (jeaninecrane AT yahoo DOT com)

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  38. I follow Timeless Treasures on Pinterest

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  39. I follow the Sew Can Do blog

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  40. I follow Sew Can Do on Facebook

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  43. I tweeted the giveaway: https://twitter.com/ABabyBoutique/status/222771804350062592

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  44. So cute! I think I might make some fun new summer picnic napkins... quilts still scare me!

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  45. I liked Timeless Treasures on FB.

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  46. so cute!!! i would really love to make a tote bag using it...or a baby toy...thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I'd make my baby some cute pants or shirts!

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  48. This would make an adorable quilt for a little boy.

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  49. I am now following TT on Twitter. @nalaxu

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  50. I am following TT on pinterest

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  51. I am following SCD on Twitter.

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  52. I'd make either crayon art portfolios or pillows for the kids at the children's hospital.

    Dona
    sewingmilesofsmiles.blogspot.com

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  53. I can see a cute little boy's quilt, or maybe some pajamas.

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  54. I follow Timeless Treasures on Twitter
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  55. I follow Sew Can Do on Twitter
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  56. I Like Sew Can Do on Facebook

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  58. I'd probably make a quilt for my friend's baby with it.

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  64. veronica23anderson@yahoo.com I would make well idk yet but if I had it I would think of something,Thank you so much for this I really need to win something on a giveaway!I am getting very Discouraged!

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  65. Oh Wow! My grands are coming for a visit in August. I would love to use these to make some fun pillowcases with them!

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  66. I am a follower of Sew Can Do via e-mail.

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  67. I follow Timeless Treasures Via Google reader

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  68. grandbabies would love that fabric or something made with it

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  69. I'd make a quilt for a little boy I know! Thanks for the chance.

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  70. I like Timeless Treasures on FB.

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  74. I follow Sew Can Do on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  76. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/birdie00000/status/222858711838887937

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  77. I would make a toddler backpack for my little man!

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  78. I now follow the Timeless Treasures blog.

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  79. I 'liked' Sew Can Do on Facebook.

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  80. Last, but not least, I 'liked' Timeless Treasures on Facebook. Thank you to them for the great giveaway and to you for hosting.

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  81. I'd cover some storage bins for my little one's room (this fabric would be perfect!).

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  82. I would make a baby quilt and pillow out of this. It is awesome. thanks

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  88. This would be perfect for a little boys reversible quilt and pillowcase -- and I know a shy little boy who will love it. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  89. Baby bibs and burp clothes - they would be so fun!

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  90. Those slippers are tempting!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  91. Follower of sew can do

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  92. Follower of sew can do on fb

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  95. I think I would make capes for my kids. They love super hero capes to play in, heck the would wear them for not play if I let them leave the house that way.

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  96. I would make pillowcases and curtains ! thanks!

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  97. I follow Sew Timeless' blog.

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  98. I'm about to have another boy, so I think this would make an adorable baby quilt!

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  99. I follow Sew Can Do on FB.

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  101. I follow sew can do blog also! thanks!

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  102. I will make bibs out of these !

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  103. I'd make the cutest toddler quilt ever!

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  104. I would make my grandson a quilt with this great fabric

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  105. I am like Timeless Treasure on facebook

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  106. I follow Timeless Treasure's blog now.

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  108. I follow She Can Do on Pinterest

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  110. OMG!! This fabric is so stinkin' cute... I would make a quilt for my son and I know that he would love, love, love it!!!

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  112. I am a new follower of Timeless Treasure's blog.

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  113. I am following Timeless Treasures on Twitter @mimistarquilter

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  115. Our high school mascot was a Viking, and it's time for a big class reunion. So I'd probably make gifts for friends attending the reunion (I won't be there). Maybe cherry stone heating pads, or hot pad holders.

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  116. id make pjs for my baby boy! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  117. I'm thinking of a crayon rolll-up for my 2-yr old, and a small tote bag for various toys.

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  118. I would make a skirt for my daughter and a hair accessiory. My husband and my high school mascot was Viking. We are the Vikings the might, might Vikings.. GO TC!
    shuttermom77 at gmail dot com

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  119. Liked Timeless Treasures on Facebook, shuttermom77 at gmail dotcom

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  120. Following Timeless Treasures on Twitter @acottagedream, shuttermom77 at gmail dotcom

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  122. Following Sew Can Do on Pinterest, http://pinterest.com/homeiswhere/ shuttermom77 at gmail dotcom

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  124. Following Sew Can Do on Facebook, shuttermom77 At gmail dot com

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  125. Sew Can Do on Twitter, @acottagedream

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  126. I think this would make awesome clothes for my boys or a quilt for my boys! I would let them decide. Thanks for a chance to win this awesome fabric! :)

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  127. I like Timeless Treasures on fb already! :)

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  128. I now follow Timeless Treasures blog via rss google reader.

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  129. I now follow Timeless Treasures on twitter. @CGeates

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  130. I follow Sew Can Do via gfc!

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  131. I already like Sew Can Do on fb!

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  132. I follow Sew Can Do on twitter! @CGeates

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  133. Shared on twitter...
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  134. It's always fun to find new boy fabric! I love to make my boys themed quilts, that's probably what I would so with these fat quarters.

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  135. It's always fun to find new boy fabric! I love to make my boys themed quilts, that's probably what I would so with these fat quarters.

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  136. It's always fun to find new boy fabric! I love to make my boys themed quilts, that's probably what I would so with these fat quarters.

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  137. It's always fun to find new boy fabric! I love to make my boys themed quilts, that's probably what I would so with these fat quarters.

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  138. L O V E!! I'd make a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  139. I like Timeless Treasures on Facebook.

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  140. I'm a new follower of Sew Can Do. Thanks!

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  141. I like Sew Can Do on Facebook.

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  142. Blogged about this at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2012/07/vikings-fabric-giveaway-at-sew-can-do.html

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  143. I would make a set of blocks for my son!

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  144. That's adorable:) I would make yo yos.

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  145. following sew can do on twitter

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  147. I would make a blanket for my son!

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  148. following sew can do on pinterest

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  149. following TT on pinterest

    Which, thanks for the idea to do so :)

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  150. these sweet little prints would go into a quilt for my boys

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  151. I would definitely make something for my nephew with this! Perhaps some cute little pj's or a patchwork pillow!

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  152. I'm following Timeless Treasures on Pinterest!

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  153. I'm following Sew Can Do on Pinterest!

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  154. I'd love to make a little viking quilt!

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  155. Liked sew can do on Facebook!

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  156. I would make a quilt for my son.

    kjmiller97@verizon.net

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