Friday, August 6, 2010

Free Fabric Drawing!

It's time for another free give away drawing! (And some exciting news about what's coming up!)

I've been busy this week, over dyeing some fat quarters that I had done years ago, and was never happy with. So I decided that with the Free Block of the Month Mystery running here, maybe I should give away a pack of fabric from the new and much improved fabrics!


I put together a pack of eight fat quarters for this drawing! All you have to do is leave a comment on this post! Here's to scoop: You have until next Friday, August 13th at 7:00 a.m. central time to leave a comment on THIS post to be put into the drawing! The posted winner will have one week to send us their shipping information, if we haven't heard from them in that time, another name will be drawn. That's it! No strings attached!

Not sure what to say? How about letting us know what you like here at The Fiber Nation? Or maybe what you would like to see here? We value input from our readers!

***Leaving more than one comment here will not increase your chances of winning, each name will only be counted once, and "anonymous" posts do not count in the drawing.*** 


Please be sure and share this information with all your fiber friends that love fabric! As our readership grow, so do the opportunities for what we can bring to you!


I am also very excited to report that Monday, we will be posting an interview we had with Susan Shie and her co-author on the Kitchen Tarot set, Dennis Fairchild! Make sure and stop back Monday to see what working on Kitchen Tarot was like for them, and find out what Susan is up to next!

#6 “The Cream and Sugar / Lovers” 2002 (detail)
35”h X 25”w

38 comments:

  1. Beautiful colors! I now am going to check out the rest of your web site. I love what I see so far!

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  2. I printed out the instructions for the free BOM and can't wait to get started. Your fabrics would be perfect for this.

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  3. Those hand dyes are beautiful.

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  4. Love what you are producing. Are these the result of "I'm up to something" on Facebook?

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  6. oooooh, wonderful colors...thanks for the drawing opportunity....I hope I win!smile:o)

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  7. beautiful -- I would love to win these! and I love your blog!

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  8. What beautiful colors, and what a great opportunity. I've only done thickened dye surface design (stamping and printing). I leave the rest to the experts!

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  9. Awesome colors. I prefer bright bold colors to muted ones. Thanks for the freebie giveaway.

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  10. This is my first visit to your site and I am duly impressed, I am now a follower!
    I am a traditional quilter and teacher at heart so I enjoyed your BOM and my fav is the tutorial on the wood piece. I have taken a picture of a load of logs from the back and have that stored away for future reference.
    Thank you for the inspiration.

    I really like your hand dyes.. some look like the sky I have taken photos of this season... I would love to win them!

    Keep doing what looks like a super job!
    Cheers...

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  11. Happy to learn of your site and enter your drawing. Would love to sample your dyed fabrics!

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  12. The fabrics are gorgeous. Count me in as a potential winner.

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  13. yummy fabrics, they will be the start of great things I am sure.

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  14. Your hand-dyed fabrics are soooo beautiful - I would love to give them a new home! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  15. These are just gorgeous!!! Would love to have them.

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  16. What beautiful fabrics - I wouldn't mind winning these (just like everyone else! LOL!)

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  17. What beautiful hand-dyed fabrics you've created....and I have just the right project in mind for their permanent home! Thanks for the chance to win some!!!

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  18. Love your blog, and would LOVE to win the hand-dyed fat quarters. I'm working on an applique quilt right now that they'd be PERFECT for! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  19. Wow, What vibrant colors. This is my first visit to this blog. I'll have to check out the rest of your fabrics.

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  20. The fabrics are gorgeous. Thanks for the giveaway. I will have to check out the rest of your blog.

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  21. Thanks for the giveaway. I am so happy to hear that you have Leanna doing a BOM for you. I will be stopping by often!

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  22. These are GORGEOUS! I would love to incorporate them into a quilt for my grandmother.

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  23. WOW, those dyed fabrics would look just great in a project I'm getting ready to start. Sure hope you choose me! Loved the Susan Shie pic, she is a fantastic artist. Had pleasure of seeing some of her work first hand and loved it.

    Terri at the Drake's Nest in Ossineke, MI
    Website: http://www.drakesneststudios.com
    Blog: http://www.drakesneststudios.wordpress.com

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  24. What a great blog! I love the information, the tutorials, the bom, and the ideas! that are shared here. I just stumbled on here and I'm so glad I did! Thanks to Anilee for sending me your way!
    Beth in Dallas

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  25. FQ are my favorite things and love to use in quilts and applique. I used them to dress up flip-flops last week.
    Thanks for the give away.
    Nancy in IN

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  26. Beautiful colors! Now to check out the BOM.
    Kathy in FL

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  27. I love love love the colors of the fabric. Looking forward to the BOM.

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  28. The hand dyed fabric is beautiful. Several of us did the new quilt block for Custer County to be at the State Fair in Grand Island, NE and we used our hand dyed fabric. I loved using the hand dyes.

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  29. Fabulous fabric - great ideas -- what more could anyone want?

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  30. Beautiful fabrics & colors! They would be perfect for me to try the "bleach discharging through the needle/thread holes" process you describe. Also - using freezer paper is a great idea for that! Thanks for your ideas!

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  31. The colours are gorgeous. I'd love to win these fabrics.

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  32. After making a personal attempt to hand dye some fabric (with only muddy mediocre results), I can better appreciate the colors you have shown. The intensity and movement are nice!

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  33. Wow! Thank goodness I came back for another look! I thought I left a comment yesterday!

    The fabrics are beautiful! They would feel right at home in my stash! I'd love to win them.

    Hugz

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  34. The fabrics are beautiful and would go perfectly in a star quilt I am making for my daughter! Thanks for the chance at the give-away.

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  35. Ahhhhh! Nice. Gimme Gimme! :-)
    Haven't worked with hand dyed yet but would love to.

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