Primitive Muslin Fat Quarter Bundle Giveaway!

Tis the season to be giving….. Fa La La La
Today we are having another little giveaway that is sure to delight!

I love – Love this new line of fabric designed by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings that is due to arrive any day now – I am so patiently waiting to get my hands on this primitive muslin grouping.ย  There are 5 fabrics in this line and here are there names:

Tallow, Pie Crust, Time Worn, Paper Bag, & Treenware

We have a 10 piece fat quarter bundle of the primitive muslin to giveaway – the bundle includes 2 fat quarters of each shade of fabric!

So, to join this little giveaway – I want you to leave a comment telling us who your favorite fabric designer is and if you can remember – what was his or her fabric line that you enjoyed the most!

We’ll have this drawing for the Primitive Muslin fat quarter bundle this Saturday December 18th, 2010 – in the morning sometime!

66 thoughts on “Primitive Muslin Fat Quarter Bundle Giveaway!”

  1. Those fabrics look so lovely, I would love to have a go at them. I can't wait for your book. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you so much for the book AND offering this bundle.

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  2. Oh that's hard to choose! I love these muslins and have been looking at them on Lisa's blog. I love all of Riley Blake Designs but couldn't pick one designer – their rich and bright colors are awesome. Bu then there's Moda's Twelve Days of Christmas line – scrumptious. When I get to Heaven I'm requesting a yard of it all. ๐Ÿ™‚ blessings, marlene

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  3. I love all fabrics and I basically buy what I like and i do not really pay attention to the designer except Westminster fabrics which is home to kaffe fassett fabrics, martha negley, phillip jacobs, etc… Thank you for the chance to win

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  4. Farbulous giveaway! My most favorite fabric designer is Judie Rothermel and her \”Colonial Christmas\” line is the best ever! I made four smaller quilts by that line during this holiday season ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Judie Rothermel would be my favourite fabric designer and I loved her Aunt Grace fabrics. Now I enjoy any of her repro 1800s or Civil War fabrics. Love those muslins. They would be a great addition to my C W collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. I just made the blocks for a sampler from Sandy Gervais Objects of Desire fabric. I had the best time mixing and matching this fabric.I have another bundle of her Essence….she must be my current favorite since I keep buying her fabrics….grin.I love giveaways!! Thanks,Billie

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  7. We do not get designer fabrics in Sri Lanka. I just pick up fabric from fabric shops and from little wayside places!!!! and from an area which specializes in remnants from garment factories!!!!I would love to win though!

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  8. Judie Rothermel is certainly a favorite and I have loved using her collection \”Inkwell.\” As I use it I save each little bit. They are such good deep black fabrics!

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  9. Judie Rothermel has to be my favorite – we have a joke about it. I call her Aunt Judie, because my husband is related to some Rothermels, and I'm just sure it has to be her! It's hard to pick a favorite, because I love them all. I do tend to often go back to pink and brown, so maybe one of the Charlston lines. Oh…and the reds – the Sturbridge Village Scarlets! I still get those out to pet them! And you know, a bundle of Lisa's new muslins would go quite well with those. Yep…I think I should win!

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