Friday, February 2, 2018

February's First FREE Fabric Friday!

It's time for a new for February Free Fabric Friday!  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? 

This set includes two coordinating prints from the Timeless Treasures Library Collection that feature a classic & versatile script design.  

1 full yard of this retired print in cream with black script and a generous 1 1/2 yard cut of the black version that has a beautiful metallic gold script:

I used these prints to make my quilted Stylish Storage Bins Tutorial a while back: 

That how-to ended up as a featured free project tear sheet in Jo-Ann Stores nationwide for a number of years (albeit somewhat stolen since it was done without crediting me as explained here):

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 15 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!
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  1. I think I would make some baskets like you did - love these!

  2. I would make insulated lunch totes!

  3. I love fabrics with handwriting. Well, with any writing. This is so cute. I'd make pillows for my guest room with them. Perfect fabric! Thanks.

  4. I would love to use these in a quilt for a relative!

    Sandy A

  5. I love the little stash boxes you made. I would also like to make hanging towels for the kitchen and use this fabric as the topper (quilted, of course!). Pillow covers. I just love the fabric.

  6. One of my favorite gifts for family and friends is to make small zippered pouches. This fabric would combine with some of my others to make spectacular pouches! Boo on that person who stole your project idea!

  7. Who knows would I would make! I'm a word nerd so I just WANT it. Wait! I know what I'll make: I'll make an addition to my stash!

  8. I would love to try the cute storage bins. They would really be useful for craft supplies.

  9. I might make pillows with these lovely prints.

    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

  10. I have a couple of scrappy quilts that i could add these fabrics into the mix. Also some mug rugs use these as the background and add a big red heart.

  11. I would get an early start on Christmas gifts! The basket idea is Super!! Thank you for chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

  12. I don't know what I would make but the fabric is beautiful.

  13. I would make pillows to put on the couch in my library at school!

  14. ohh ohh ohh! I would love these!

  15. I would use it with other fabric to make a lap quilt.

    Tracy Shafer

  16. This would make beautiful tote bags.


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