Friday, January 26, 2018

2018's First FREE Fabric Friday!

It's time to kick off the very first Free Fabric Friday of 2018!  What is it? De-stashing for me = FREE fabric for others.  C'mon and give some lovely 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.  I started it last year as a way to share fabric love with my readers and now I'm doing it again for 2018.

What's Up For Grabs Today? 

Feel spring in the air with some pretty pastel Parisian fabric:

It's got all the famous sites of Paris on a watercolor background:

This set includes 1 full yard of this iconic retired April in Paris print by Timeless Treasures, and a coordinating yard of their Soho Solid in Camel.

How Does FFF (Free Fabric Friday) Work?    

- Special Fridays (as time permits), I offer up some free fabric from my personal stash, starting in the morning.

- If you're interested in a chance to get it for free, enter on the Rafflecopter.  

- I'll leave things open all weekend to give everyone plenty of time to discover what's being offered.  At the end of the following Monday (after reminding everyone what's up for grabs at the Craftastic Link Party), 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 by Tuesday.  It's only open from Friday until the following Monday at 11:59pm EST, 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 cotton bundle is 12 ounces total.  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!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I think I would make a small wall hanging.

  2. My daughter needs a new dance tote and this would be perfect for her - she just celebrated her 7th birthday with included a party for her friends where I made fleece berets and the girls created Cafe shadowboxes.

  3. I might make a pillow or zipper bag for my oldest granddaughter. Her dream is to someday live in Paris! She's only 9 years old, but very committed in her future. Her Mommy (my daughter) was the same way at that age, so I fully expect her to live in Paris someday, or at least go there! :) :)

  4. Oh ... definitely a make-up pouch for my 14-year old granddaughter -- she loves Paris. Probably make one for Grandma too ;)

  5. I love the theme of this fabric! My daughter would love for me to make something for her room using this!

  6. I would love to make a tote bag with these, well at least the Paris fabric!

    Sandy A

  7. Thinking a great Tote...or couple Pillows..for the middle Grangirlie! She looooves all things Paris! :) Thank you for chance to win your Fun Give-a-way too! :D

  8. Very cool material & I would love to make a diaper bag for my daughter who is due on my b-day in April. This material is great for either gender. Thanks for the chance!

  9. I would give it to my mom. She loves making things. She is 72 years old and is so talented. She lost everything in a fire. Josephine Allbritton
    567 foxwood rd.
    Nahunta Georgia 31553.
    God bless

  10. I love to learn new things with sewing and building.

  11. I think that I would make something for my granddaughter. That fabric is wonderful.
    It is too beautiful to sleep in but it would make her a long ruffle nightgown.

  12. I love the Paris fabric! Would make a cute tote bag or purse.

  13. I would make a tote bag for my granddaughter.

  14. I would wife happy. She is the crafty one. We do a lot of photographs though and this fabric would be a great backdrop.

  15. I would make a scrappy quilt with these and some others I have.

    Tracy Shafer


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