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Friday, July 18, 2014

A fabric give-away!

As a thank you for being such awesome readers I've bought some fabric for a little give-away! 

The first fabric is a black (greyish) Italian silk crepe with a little bit of stretch. It's 1.5 meters long and 1.45 meters wide. It is quite similar to the fabric I used for my Saltspring maxi dress. It feels amazing and I actually bought some for myself as well :) 

 The second fabric is actually from my stash. It is a polyester fabric which I'd bought for my Minoru lining. Since that isn't happening anytime soon I'm hoping to make one of you happy with it! It's aprox 2.4 meters long and 1.4 meters wide.  It has a bit of a crepe like feel and it drapes well, but it does have some structure to it.

All you have to do to be able to win both of these fabrics is just leave me a comment! If you want you can tell me what you'd like to make with them, but that's totally up to you :)

You can enter until saturday the 26th and then I will randomly draw one lucky winner! I will add some other nice things to the package as well.. Oh and anyone can join! I'll ship them anywhere :)
Isn't he cute, enjoying my Weekender and Portside bags.. 

36 comments:

  1. They're beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. Oh, the crepe is beautiful! I can totally see it as an Anna dress or a Lonsdale dress :-) Thank you for this give-away!

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  3. I'm really into floaty and light summer dresses right now so that silk would be gobbled up here!

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  4. Thanks for this nice giveaway! With the very high temperatures in Paris right now I'm just dreaming of a flowy, airy, maxy skirt.

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  5. The crepe is gorgeous. I could see making a dress with a nice drapey neckline, like the Colette Myrtle. :)

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  6. I'm thinking my wardrobe needs a maxi skirt. I love the look of the poly one too, and would probably turn that into a couple of little swing dresses and maxi skirt for my girls and maybe a cami for me. In fact the black would be good as a cami too.....oh as usual the options are always endless!

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  7. My first thought was a Betsy pencil skirt (from Bluegingerdoll) for the grey fabric, with a Mimi blouse (from Love at First Stitch by Tilly Walnes) out of the polyester to go with it. Gorgeous fabrics, thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  8. Oooh, I have the perfect pattern for the black fabric. And the second is so cute! It would make a lovely blouse. :)

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  9. Such wonderful fabrics! I'd make a scout tee or a posh tank with the silk! The other has a really nice print, so maybe a fun dress?

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  10. Stephanie RamaekersJuly 18, 2014 at 9:27 PM

    The black crepe would be perfect for the LBD I have yet to make and the poly would make such a lovely maxi dress!

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  11. What a generous giveaway! I would love to be considered although I have no idea what I would make!

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  12. Have you seen the open back dress tutorial of All Style and All substance? That's what I would really like to try with the gorgeous black fabric! :D
    Irena // Koffie en Koekskes

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  13. I'll have to add my voice to all those voting for the LBD! I'd go with the Republique du Chiffon Georgina dress and a Little Pocket Tank with the print!

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  14. Ellen van HoutvenJuly 18, 2014 at 11:35 PM

    Oh those fabrics are just gorgeous! I'm in for the give away!

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  15. What a generous giveaway! I'd love a little black cami dress

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  16. How lovely and generous! Count me in :-)

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  17. I would totally make a black jumpsuit out of that first one! And probably some pj's out of the second. Loved your Saltspring dress, the fabric DID look amazing. Thanks for the chance! x

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  18. Gorgeous! As an English PhD, I certainly wouldn't hide that comma print away as a lining--it would take center stage!

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  19. What beautiful fabric choices! I'd love to get my hands on either of those.

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  20. Thank you! I would make a skirt from the black silk, and a dress from the light blue. sarah@forrussia.org

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  21. Great fabrics! I'm in for the giveaway.

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  22. Lindsy Van EspenJuly 19, 2014 at 7:32 AM

    I am in for the give away! What I will be making of it depends how it feels. A skirt or blouse...

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  23. love the fabric…my daughter is getting into designing/sewing so I'd give it to her to build her stash…she's awesomely creative!

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  24. What a lovely give away! Thank you! That poly print is so cute!

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  25. This is such a generous give away! Very pretty fabrics. Did you enjoy your holiday?

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  26. Those fabrics are so lovely, count me in! have a lovely weekend :)

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  27. Thanks for the giveaway! The black silk crepe looks gorgeous, I'd love to win ;)

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  28. Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!

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  29. How nice of you! Of course, I was instantly in love with you silk saltspring dress and would love to play with a similar fabric... maybe a luxurious yet casual top? I'm becoming quite enamored with silk even though my budget isn't. :)

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  30. Not sure with the blue, but the black looks awesome for a skirt.

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  31. Two gorgeous fabrics! I think that blue one could make a cute wrap dress...

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  32. Fuchsia NarcissusJuly 25, 2014 at 1:49 AM

    Definitely a dress!

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  33. Great giveaway! I really don't know what I would make, I want to get to know the fabrics before sewing them. The black would probably be a dress of some sort and I'm sure I could find some great use for the print as well.

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  34. Sara and Bitty ChickletJuly 25, 2014 at 9:09 PM

    Hello gorgeous fabrics! So many options abound for both!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. These are so pretty! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. Thanks for the chance to win! If I was lucky enough to win I might make a gathered bodice dress with the commas and a pleated yoke dress with the black!

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