Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Fugly Fabric GIVEAWAY!!! SEVEN YARDS!!! Closed!

What is fugly fabric? Fabric that's in my stash that needs to live in someone else's stash! I inherited a tremendous amount of fabric from my mom, about a year and a half ago. It is good quality fabric, never used or washed. I'm just not in love with it and I would love to see someone do something with it.

2 yards of EACH of these fabrics

1 yard of this fabric
Trust me when I say this fabric can make a beautiful quilt. Here is a picture of a quilt my mom made with some of these fabrics.
I think this is a very pretty quilt! My mom was an amazing quilter! See what you can do with this fabric??!!
 How to enter to win 7 yards of fabric:

1. Leave ONE comment on what you think you might do with this fabric. MAKE SURE I HAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS so I can contact you. No email, no winning!

2. For a second chance to win, follow my blog, tell me in a second comment. If you are already a follower tell me that in a second comment.

3. This giveaway will be open until February 13th at 7:00 p.m. EST. You can leave ONE comment per day on this post for additional chances to win.

4. BONUS GIVEAWAY!!! I have a second giveaway to the person who leaves the 7th comment on this blog post! Eight Winnie the Pooh machine embroidery pieces! Some of these are not quite perfect, but I think they would still make a cute baby quilt! All of them are on the same yellow gingham.

Each design is approx. 4" x 4"





The black outline on this one is slightly bolder.

Slight registration issue - see Pooh's head and ears.

Slight registration issue  - see Pooh's back.
 I will ship internationally. Mr. Random will pick the winner on February 13th at 7:00 p.m. EST, winner will be announced February 14th at 7:00 a.m. EST. PLEASE make sure I have your email address, no email address = no entry!

I hope you all like my fugly fabric giveaway! I'm linking up with Lucy at Charm About You, go check out the rest of the giveaways!


Charm About You


The Fugly Fabric Party Giveaway is now CLOSED! Thank you to all that participated!
 
Color Me Quilty!

Pat

110 comments:

  1. I'd use your fugly fabric to make a picnic quilt!
    I always keep one in the car for when the weather gets warm enough!

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  2. I'm a follower!
    Guess I'm not going to be the 7th comment then!!

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  3. What a great idea! This way it is out of your house and a new home. Love the Winnie the Pooh! Did you make these or your mom?

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  4. Wow thats a fabulous giveaway. I only started quilting 16 months ago so building my stash so would love to add this to it. Thanks for being so generous. Linda

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  5. I would use the fabric to make a vertical quilt as part of my guild's next challenge.

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  6. I would love this fabric. I can see making a nice table runner out of the border print fabric. I have the pattern and am all ready to go. Thanks for this giveaway.
    slmcgann@verizon.net

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  7. I would use this fabric to make a quilt, it is very pretty

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  8. I would love to try and make a quilt with fabric. I wish I were commenter number 7, I would have loved the pooh blocks for a friend of mine!

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  9. I would love to have the fabric in the second photo. I would use the fabric as setting columns for other blocks to make a small wall hanging.

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  10. I would use the one yard fabric as the center of a quilt and the other fabrics around it. it would truely be an awesome quilt.

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  11. I forgot to add email. corbitt56@gmail.com

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  12. hi Pat, would love to make a quilt for my bed. Your Mom taught me so much. Sorry I could not be #7, just had my 4th great grandchild yesterday..Ginnie K. piggygrandma2003@yahoo.com

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  13. Pat, this is my second email. I would love to cuddle under a quilt made with your Mom's fabric. See you soon I hope to see you soon at quilting, Ginnie Kratzenberg piggygrandma2003@yahoo.com

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  14. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway! I would make a quilt (or two) from these fabrics and donate them to a good cause. Thanks!

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  15. So sweet I love Whinny the Pooh!
    and I am a follower!

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  16. I would probably use that wonder fabric in a quilt of my own

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  17. I am a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win. The quilt that your mom made is just beautiful!

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  18. I would make a quilt with the fabric. I may pick something from the Pick 4 book. I would probably pick the fabrics in the first photo for the three fabrics and add another to it. The fabric in the second photo would make an interesting back piece for a charity quilt that I have cut now. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. Guess I'm not lucky #7... but I'd love to make a quilt out of the lovelies you have in your giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  20. I would love to take these off of your hands!

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  21. Oh, how beautiful the fabrics are!! And your mother's quilt is GORGEOUS!!! If I won, I think I'd use the fabrics to make some Swoon quilt blocks-- that is on my "want to do" list, and the pattern would sort of resemble your mom's quilt, so I know it would be so pretty!! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!!
    And congrats Lucky Number 7!! :-) Winnie the Pooh is adorable!

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  22. I am a new follower, found your blog through the Fugly Giveaway links!! And so happy that I did! :-)

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  23. I'd make some nice big borders, I'm starting a country style quilt and the top fabrics would make wonderful additions to it

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  24. I had one of those fabrics and loved it-the pink at the top. I would love to own some more of that! I really like the other too. Hope I win!!!!

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  25. I would use the stripe in a costume waistcoat, for the fronts, when the right production came along to need it. The other fabrics look perfect for peasant bodices, for a production of, perhaps Fille Mal Gardee. Again, when the right production appeared!

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  26. I think a quilt for my first granddaughter much on the lines of the one your mom made unless my second granddaughter sees it and makes costumes for her photography shoots.

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  27. Pat, I think I would make a jelly roll quilt from the fabric and cut it into 2" strips. I made a door hanging from the same block that your Mother made the bedspread from. It was a paper piecing project taught at The Little Church. Mine is in blues and gold. Hope you get this blog, I'm not really up on all this computer stuff.
    Gail Carey tcarey10@rochester.rr.com

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  28. Well I love the swirly prints especially and I think I would use the roses as a border and make something floral with the swirlys (maybe the French Rose Raw Edge)...
    I think that would be very snuggly!
    Not fugly at all.
    thanks for the chance to win.
    I'd be sure to love your Mom's fabric! :-)
    Cathy

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  29. I'm a newbie follower
    Smiles :-)
    Cathy

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  30. I would make a lovely star quilt to showcase those beautiful fabrics.

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  31. That's a beautiful quilt. I'm working on a lone star right now. It's in blues and tans. I want to do something soft and sweet next, for a sweet little girl. Thanks.

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  32. I would absolutely make a quilt for a dear friend

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  33. I would make a quilt for my neighbor.

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  34. I'd make a lovely floral quilt for daughter #2. Daughter number 1 has one already!

    carrie.hare at gmail dot com

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  35. I will make a quilt using those fabrics! Thanks.

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  36. I made note of the fact that you're allowing a daily *extra* entry! Thank you, thank you!! :-) In case you can't tell, I *REALLY* want these fabrics-- super-duper pretty!!! :-)

    Thank you -all- for this Fugly Duckling giveaway-- it's fun!!

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  37. Oh, love these fabrics!!
    Of course, they would be used to make a quilt.

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  38. I have been the recipient of beautiful and loved quilts that were made with fabric that was... not the loveliest on its own. That's the joy of quilting, right? These would definitely get made into a quilt (more than one quilt, really. Thanks for the chance!

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    1. been following you. Do not have a profile set up yet. Hope to win the fabric, Ginnie K. piggygrandma2003@yahoo.com

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  39. I would use it to make a nice throw for my living room! The colors totally match! I'm only on my 4th quilt and have been quilting regularly for the past 8 months, so my stash is very small :( Hope I win :) Thanks for sharing! (email: mikedpearson@gmail.com)

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  40. I would lov to win. how do i follow your blog? corbitt56@gmail.com

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  41. I am now a follower woo hoo corbitt56@gmail.com

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  42. I don't need to think about what I do. I have a standing order from my little sis - a quilt made from give away won fabric. But not to worry she's 12 so I have still a lot of time to make that quilt.

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  43. Oh, how fun...could I use them as backing? maybe I'd cut them up for a quilt...I'd have to see them in person to decide. =) Thank you.

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  44. How nice of you to share this fabric. We quilters are always up for more fabric. I would probably make tablerunners with it.

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  45. I would love this fabric! count me in! I would use it to make several things. Quilts for our Troupes for one, dolls clothes and applique and fussy cut projects.

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  46. the second comment is that i am a new follower.

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  47. Thank you for the giveaway! The fabric is beautiful! I make prayer quilts for my church ministry and would love to use the fabric in the quilts!

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  48. Thank you for a chance to win your not so fugly fabrics

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  49. Can't wait to receive the Winnie the Pooh blocks. Still want those fugly fabrics though!

    slmcgann@verizon.net

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  50. Would love to win

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
    Stop by for my quilt givaway to guess my babys b-day and weight.

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  51. I am a follower

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
    Stop by for my quilt givaway to guess my babys b-day and weight.

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  52. One comment per day-- so Happy Thursday! :-) I will be back tomorrow! Thank you for giving us each all the extra entries!~

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  53. Woot! One comment a day- I guess this counts as my one for Thursday. Hope to see that fabric in my mailbox soon. Thanks!

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  54. I would love to win. the w quilt that your mom made is beautiful corbitt56@gmall.com

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    1. DON'T KNOW IF MY comment made it today, got thrown out of the web as I sent it.. still trying to win, Ginnie K. piggygrandma2003@yahoo.com

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  55. I'd probably attempt a quilt out of this, though not as beautiful as the one you showed. I'd use it in paper piece blocks to make a fun kids quilt!

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  56. I'm back for an extra entry :)

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  57. I think I might be able to use some of these fabrics in my Farmers' Wife blocks. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  58. I am a new follower of your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win your fugly fabric.

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  59. I would make a lap quilt for my mom! Thanks for letting me put my name in the hat!

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  60. I clicked to follow your blog!

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  61. That border fabric is stunning! Would use that one in a a table runner for sure!

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  62. Popping in for my daily entry! Thank you again! :-)

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  63. Happy Friday! Just popping around for my daily entry. Have a great one!

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  64. Three times is a charm? Entering again for the fuglies.
    slmcgann@verizon.net

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  65. Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.comFebruary 10, 2012 at 10:53 AM

    I like the pink fabric is the first picture. My guild is having a Dresden Plate workshop this spring and I have started collecting pink fabrics for it so I would add this to my pink fabric stash.

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  66. Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.comFebruary 10, 2012 at 10:54 AM

    I am a new follower!

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  67. I love the quilt that your mom made. It is very beautiful. If I win this fabric I would like to use it in my quilted bags that I am making. Thanks for the chance to win. Joyce-ccarter13@windstream.net

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  68. Still hope i win, but it looks like the competition is getting fierce corbitt56@gmail
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  69. These are beautiful and would make a lovely lap quilt. Thanks for the chance. Congratulations to commenter #7.

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  70. I am sure that I'm the last to comment,I can make the most wonderful quilt, that is the prettiest fabric that I ever seen, inspiring, never seen in South Africa!

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  71. Ok so the top three fabrics aren't that bad, but the border print... ewww! LOL I would use the top three to make a hunters star quilt, and would probably use the border print on the back! Thanks for the chance to win this lovely fabric!
    Ginny

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  72. Oh, and I have become a follower of you wonderful blog!

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  73. Wow! Such pretty fabrics... I can imagine making pouches with them for my daughters and as gifts for their friends.
    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  74. I see one fabric there would make a great dress for "the princess" (3 year old great niece)
    The rest would go into my quilting stash to add some variety to my "bold with no neutrals" stash.
    I would LOVE making kaleidoscope blocks with those flower stripe fabrics

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  75. Good morning. Well, for it being a Saturday and only 10 degrees F outside. Just hopping by for my daily entry. Thank you!

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  76. One person's fugly is another person's pretty! Thanks for the chance to enter to win some pretty fabrics. I really like the floral stripe and can see some pretty borders around a quilt made with the prints. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  77. Hope to win corbitt56@gmail.com

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  78. I received a ton of fabric from my Mom. What a good idea to pass it on.
    SallyKingemail@gmail.com

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  79. I am a qui
    Ter so I would be making quilts out of it. The floral stripe/ order print w oils male a lovely table runner or wall naming with pieced sections on both sides. Hmmm, such lovely, quiet hues.

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  80. Following your blog, thanks for the extra chance to win.

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  81. What would I do with 7 yards of this gorgeous fabric...I'd ponder on it for a while and then make a beautiful quilt. I love the colours. On the bucket list is a Dresden Plate and I think this fabric would do nicely. Thanks for a chance to win. Marilyn S

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  82. HI! Back again for today's bonus entry-- and thanks again for letting us have all the extra chances to win! :-) By the way-- Humphrey Bogart is SOOOO cute! :-)

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  83. Well, I love the border print with all the colors. I would use it on the front. everyone has different tastes. Hoping to win, chances getting slimmer, haha lots of fabric friends signing up what fun Ginnie K. piggygrandma2003@yahoo.com

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  84. Sunday is here already! So, here I am for today's bonus chance to win! :-) See you tomorrow! ;-)

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  85. I'd use your fabric to make softies and dolls for the children at the homeless shelter. http://cradlestocrayons.org/ Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  86. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your Mom's great fabric!

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  87. My email has changed from corbitt56@gmail.com to babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  88. Happy Sunday evening. Just had to stop by for my daily comment. Hope you had a great weekend.

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  89. Oh I just love the fugglies...that pink is a dilly, I would carve them up to make a charm quilt happily!! Love the pic of your mom's quilt its beautiful!!

    bizeefingerskaren@gmail.com

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  90. Oh I just love the fugglies...that pink is a dilly, I would carve them up to make a charm quilt happily!! Love the pic of your mom's quilt its beautiful!!

    bizeefingerskaren@gmail.com

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  91. I would definitely use it in a quilt, and, yes, it is pretty fabric.

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  92. Well I missed number 7 by a long shot but I hope I win the fabric. I would need to look at some of them for a little bit but as soon as I saw the Pink one in the middle at the top it screamed to me that it was perfect for my first quilt which is in (at least from the picture) those colours and is for my daughter. It is slow going but maybe a new fabric is all the inspiration I need to keep moving with it.

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  93. Today is the day-- last day to enter! Thank you! I'm excited to see who is the lucky girl or guy --- congrats in advance! :-)

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  94. Good morning. It's Monday, and snowing like crazy here in Missouri. And I really hate snow!
    Just dropping by for my daily comment.
    Have a good one.

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  95. Its not the 7th post on the giveaway but maybe I'm from the 7th country to post :)
    Leena(India)

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  96. I would love to make a quilt with your fabric, if I won.
    leena -India

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  97. I would make a quilt and maybe a little skirt for my 3 year old girl. So pretty!

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  98. I would make a quilt!
    karli
    k_squared4t(at)hotmai(dot)com

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