Friday, March 17, 2017

It's Officially Here: FREE Fabric Friday!


Today's the big day. It's the first official Free Fabric Friday!  De-stashing for me = FREE fabric for others.  C'mon and give some fabric a good new home!  


This is the chance to build up your stash, score some hard to find prints and sew new things without the usual price tag.


What's Up For Grabs Today? Well, since it is St. Patrick's Day, a rainbow bundle seemed like a good fabric item to offer up.  This set of 7 Fat Quarters are from the retired Timeless Treasures Rain Basic Collection.


 A few colors have been cut into a small bit, for this and another small project:



But there's still lots to play with.  Good for quilting, headbands, doll clothes, baby stuff, whatever you can think to sew up:)



How Does FFF (Free Fabric Friday) Work?    

- Every Friday (as time permits), I offer up some free fabric, starting in the morning.

- If you're interested in snagging it for yourself, enter on the Rafflecopter.  


- At the end of the day, I'll randomly draw the free fabric recipient and then post who it is here (said person will also get an email notification).  This means those in a different time zone won't be at a disadvantage and the results will be known to all the next day.  It's only open, until 11:59pm EST today, so don't wait!


KEY INFO: The fabric will cost nothing, but I will need the shipping cost to be paid by the recipient via PayPal within 24hrs of notification.  This bundle is 10 ounces in weight.  I'll ship it USPS to keep it as cheap as possible and only require the actual postage cost. My handling time and packaging will also be free:) Currently this is limited to US residents only.  




 Now, let's get to it!

35 comments:

  1. Thank you! I would use these in one or more of the baby quilts I love to make for family and charity

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  2. I would make a colorful little quilt for my granddaughter. My fingers are crossed that today is my lucky St. Pat's Day!

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  3. Not sure proubly add to a cool tote bag for work...or add to the baby blanket I need to make...

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  4. Not sure proubly add to a cool tote bag for work...or add to the baby blanket I need to make...

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  5. Working on a rainbow scrap quilt!

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  7. Let me try again! I would love these for an Irish chain small quilt I saw on Pinterest. They also would be good for coordinating fabrics in my stash.

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  8. I love the colors. I would probably make some blocks for a baby quilt donation.

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  9. I'd make a patchwork rainbow table runner!

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  10. I have a new grandchild on the way and we won't know boy/girl until the big day! This bundle would make a bright, happy gender-neutral baby quilt!

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  11. I'd make a quilt, or some zipper bags :)

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  12. Tote bags , maybe a quilt! They would go to good use!

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  13. Love the rainbow thanks for sharing I would make a wall hanging for my daughter

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  14. I would honored to receive your scraps! Thanks for the opportunity ;)

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    1. FORGOT to say that I am attempting to make some holiday wreaths for our front door so I think these would work perfectly for that purpose! Thanks!!

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  15. HI I'd make a baby charity quilt. Thank You for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  16. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. Zip bags!!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  18. I'm a quilter so I'm sure I would make a bright beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing your stash. :)

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  19. I have a new great grandbaby coming so these would be great for machine appliques.

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  20. What a great way to get rid of your fabric!

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  21. I would make some cute little zipper pouches.
    Charlene G

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  22. I would use the fabric to make handbags!

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  23. These look cute for some fabric bowls.

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  24. Love Timeless Treasures fabrics. I see a great lap quilt there! Thanks.

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  25. Oh my -- definitely a rainbow apron (pieced) for my granddaughter's 5th birthday party in July. She wants a rainbow party ... this is perfect.

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  26. I'd love to add these fabrics to a colorful 4 patch quilt I am making!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  27. Looove these fabrics!! Would use in a quilt I am making for the Grangirlie!! :D

    Thank you for chance to win your give-a-way too! :)

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  28. Make collars, bows, and ties for puppies and kittens at the rescue I volunteer with.oneponychick66@hotmail.com

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  29. I can imagine these being part of a quilt appliqued with raindrops and an umbrella

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  30. I will use the fabric to help my granddaughter learn to sew. I have little projects from pencil pouch to tiny doll we can make with it. Even a doll blanket might work.

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  31. I'm so excited to have won this! Hmmmm....I'm thinking that this would be cute in a baby quilt with appliqued ducks and/or umbrellas. :)

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  32. Cheryl, Just wanted you to know that I got my rainbow fat quarter bundle and it is beautiful. I simply love it!

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    1. So happy to hear that Bec! Can't wait to see what you make with it:)

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