Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Valentines Fabric Giveaway!

January can be a bit depressing so how about a fabulous Valentines themed fabric giveaway to cheer everybody up?



Sew Scrumptious Fabrics are giving away a gorgeous 'Lovey Dovey' fabric bundle perfect for all you Love Birds! The bundle consists of 6 fat quarters from Riley Blakes 'Lovey Dovey' collection including the following gorgeous prints below. They are just so cute! 







 
Don't forget you can find lots of fabulous fabrics including the 'Lovey Dovey' collection on the Sew Scrumptious website here 
 

The giveaway ends on Valentines Day - 14 February 2014 at 9am. The giveaway is open to UK residents only.

Good luck everyone!


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114 comments:

  1. I love patchwork so will make 2 patchwork cushions!

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  2. These fabrics are too cute I love them all, thanks for the chance to win some x

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  3. Oh lovely fabrics, fingers crossed x

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  4. Gorgeous fabrics, thanks for the chance to own some

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  5. So cute! I will probably use them in making some dolls clothes for my little girl as a part of their Spring wardrobe :)

    http://asaucystitch.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Lovely fabric. I think they would be suitable for some fussy cutting and EPP or maybe some economy blocks.

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  7. I think I'd make some little baskets for my nieces and then fill them with sweeties for Easter!

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  8. These Fabrics are adorable =) x

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  9. I would love to use the material on a patchwork quilt for my mam.

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  10. I would use the material to make a new outfit for my little lady's 'Build-a-bear' teddy.

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  11. I will make a keepsake owl for my friend's daughter x

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  12. I would make a keepsake owl for my friend's daughter :-)

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  13. I would use the fabric to make a patchwork cushion cover for my daughters oversized floor cushion. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  14. I think I'll make some cushions and bunting with the leftover scraps!

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  15. I would make cushions and bunting with the left over scraps!

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  16. I have seen people make fabric postcards, so I think it would be hilarious to use some of the fabric to make fabric Valentines for my daughter to bring to her kindergarten classmates!

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  17. This fabric is lovely - I'd make some lovely piped patchwork cushions.

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  18. I love these fabrics!! I'd use them to make lovely piped cushion covers and drawstring bags for my friends as presents :)

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  19. Love these - I'd use them for bunting and stuffed heart hangers, very pretty :-)

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  20. Very pink girly and perfect for a 4year offspring to love an demand we make a dolls quilt!

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  21. I've just started sewing, so would make some bunting for my little girls bedroom

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  22. I've just started sewing so I would try and make some bunting for my little girls room or be brave and make a little dress for her.

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  23. How amazingly pretty! I would make some quilted cushions and maybe a storage basket to match. Thanks for the chance to win :)


    Penny

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  24. A quilt for my daughter!!

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  25. I would make some lovely bunting for my granddaughter's bedroom

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  26. I'd like to make a bag for my knitting needles.

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  27. I can see my daughter claiming these as hers as soon as she saw them, so I would probably make them into dolls pillows and blankets, maybe some doll clothes

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  28. I would make a quilt for a little baby girl who is expected to arrive on Valentine's day !

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  29. I would make a cot blanket for my friends granddaughter. Gillx

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  30. I'm sure my mum would make me some cushions, if I asked nicely :-)

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  32. some bunting for my baby sister's cot x

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  33. For some lovely linings for bags

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  34. I would make a duvet cover for my daughter

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  35. not sure would have to have a look with kids for something to make

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  36. Think I would make some storage baskets for keeping my fabric in

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  37. I would use the material to cover photo frames

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  38. I would use the material to cover photo frames

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  39. bags, accessories, book covers...

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  40. I would make a quilt for a baby girl. Thanks for this lovely giveaway!

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  41. such cute fabric, perfect for a baby quilt!

    poppyinstitches@yahoo.co.uk

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  42. such cute fabric, I'd make a baby quilt for a little girl!

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  43. I current projects have involved re-covering dressing table stools.
    But I also have an ikea plain storage box that needs a lift.

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  44. As I am in a house full of boys, something girlie is in order, I think. Thanks for the chance

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  45. Something for my daughter for sure! Thanks for the chance.

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  46. Some bunting and shelf edges for my kitchen.

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  47. I would make bags, pencil cases and make up bags. Many thanks for the chance to win!

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  48. I would make doll quilts for my 2 year old with the adorable fabrics.

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  49. Would love to make some bunting for my friend with this!

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  50. I would make a quilt for my niece who is having a baby girl next month.

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  51. These fabrics are so cute!! I would make a quilt for my sweet little niece. These fabrics would suit because they are almost as cute as her!

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  52. I have recently made quilt for my son's cot bed out of old shirts. My daughter now wants one for her single bed - I need to grow a stash of pink fabrics, these would be great (far more girly than pink shirts from a jumble sale!!)

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  53. These are really sweet and would make very cute pillow case dresses x

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  54. I would make a baby quilt with them. Such sweet fabrics.

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  55. I would have to use some to finally finish my valentines day pillow I started last year :) Maybe use some in fussy square blocks (economy blocks)? Too cute. Thanks.

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  56. Think I'd make a Valentine's Day rag wreath for my door :)

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  57. I want to make a newborn blanket for my daughter.

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  58. I'd try to make a newborn blanket for my daughter and maybe a matching one for her sister.

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  59. These fabrics are truly gorgeous! x

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  60. I will make a quilted throw for my daughter

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  61. I will make a quilted throw for my daughter

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  62. I would make pillowcases for my daughters.

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  63. I'd like to make placemats for my grandkids

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  64. I would make a quilt for my niece

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  65. I would make a quilt for my niece.

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  66. So cute! I would make a some heart hanging decorations!

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  67. I'd make something for my daughters room, some cushions probably :)

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  68. love the patterns, thanks for giveaway

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  69. love the patterns, thanks for giveaway x

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  70. I would gift the fabric to my mother in law because she is a whizz on the sewing machine!

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  71. I would gift the fabric to my mother in law because she loves her sewing machine!

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  72. i would make it and give to an 11 year old girl from mulenburg county in ky that was severly burned in a house fire this past week. she and her father chad watson were life flighted to vanderbilt medical center in nashville tn. they are both badly burnt. she lost her 35 year old mother and 8 brothers and sisters ranging in age from 15 to 4 year old twin boys. please anyone who reads this keep praying for her. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  73. Love your lovely fabric and would love to make a lovely cushion. Love is in the air.

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  74. Love your fabrics and would love to make lovely cushions. Love is in the air.

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  75. I would make cute valentines pillows! SO cute!

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  76. Thanks so much for the chance of winning! Absolutely gorgeous fabric that I'd love to make bunting with :0)

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  77. gorgeous fabric, fingers crossed xx

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  78. I would use it to make one of those classy owls that are popular in the shops! I've not made anything like this for a few years, so it would be a good project!

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  79. Would love to make my daughter some skirts out of this!

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  80. gorgeous fabric, I'd love to rustle something up for my friend's new baby!

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  81. Ii would make some dolls clothes for my grandaughter as she lovrs taking their clothes off. To buy dolls clothe is very expensive.

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  82. Lovely fabric, I have just got a new sewing machine so I would enjoy making lots of things out of it.

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  83. It would have to be.. the sweetest little patchwork quilt : )

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  84. What a stunning bundle of beautiful fabric - I have three nieces and I am learning to sew, this bundle would be wonderful for making them some small gifts

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  85. I have a very new niece (1 week old) and I am constantly thinking about things I can make for her. These fabrics will certainly brighten her room. :-)

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  86. What gorgeous fabric! My little girls have been after some bags and this would be perfect for a couple of coordinating ones.

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  87. I have wanted to make a quilt for years. If I win this I will finally begin.

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  88. i will make some quilted bals

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  89. apron.... tote bag thank you

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  90. I have been looking for fabrics to make a quilted wardrobe curtain, for my pink and black bedroom...perfect

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  91. a nice bunting for my niece's bedroom

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  92. I would make some hanging padded hearts <3

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  93. I would make some hanging padded hearts <3

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  94. this would be great to win, - we have been given a sowing machine as my daughters dance, and we wanted to try and make our own costumes, these will be great to practice with, making cushions, and dolls clothes. The fabrics look very nice.

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  95. I have a little girl due soon so i would make her a handmade quilt for her pram :)

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  96. Some little cushions for my daughter's room :)

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  97. I'd make some cute tissue holders

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  98. I'd use it to make a seat cover for my daughters window chair x

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