Friday, November 4, 2011

Fancy Moon Fabric Giveaway

I mentioned yesterday that Fancy Moon: Purveyor of Fine Fabrics is offering one lucky reader 2 metres (approx. 2.2 yards) of their choice of fabric!  Fancy Moon is a fantastic online fabric store with a wide variety of dressmaking and interior design fabrics. With the launch of their new website, Fancy Moon are now selling Fat Quarters alongside metreage. It's one of many new features on their stylish and super-slick, ultra secure new website which was launched in mid September with a fresh clean look, large photographs (YAY!), concise product information and an easy-to-navigate format, giving customers a smooth-sailing cruise through over 600 dazzling fabrics, sewing patterns and notions.

The lovely Nancy from Fancy Moon sent me the fabric I used for my 1950's shirtwaist dress and it was a really great high-quality cotton and the print was just perfect for recreating the 1950's look!  In addition to high-quality and Japanese cottons, Fancy Moon also has corduroy, cotton lawn, gauze, double gauze and interior fabrics!

I'm now on the look-out for more fabulous fabric to make additional 1950's shirtwaist dresses (and maybe a circle skirt) and these are some of my top picks:





 While I probably wouldn't make a shirtwaist dress out of the airplane fabric below, wouldn't it be perfect in some sort of 1940's outfit (maybe as a blouse with a coordinating blue skirt)?


Does this fabric look familiar?  I actually bought some of this fabric when I went to California!  I'm so glad I know where to get more because it's A-MAZING.  The red is so vibrant!


I'm dying to make a shirtwaist out of some adorable kitten fabric, with a contrasting collar and maybe contrasting trim at the bottom?  Check out these adorable kitten fabrics:




To Enter the Giveaway:
Take a look at the Fancy Moon website and leave a comment below saying your ideas on which fabric you'd choose and, if you like, what you'd make with it. The closing date is Friday the 11th of November at midnight GMT.  I'll pick the winner at random and post the results on the following Saturday!  The giveaway is open internationally. A big thank you to Fancy Moon for opening the giveway to readers everywhere!

For additional entries, you can:
  • Blog about the giveaway and come back and leave a link to your blog entry in the comments;
  • Tweet about the giveaway and let me know you've done that in the comments;
  • Write a note/status message on your Facebook page about the giveaway.  Again, just come back here and leave a comment letting me know you've done that!
That's for a total of up to four entries!  Woot, woot!!  Don't forget to leave your email if it's not attached to your blogger profile so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck everyone!!

126 comments:

  1. What a great giveaway! I'd love to make a button up shirt with the Downtown Dot Sand by Alexander Henry.

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  2. Thank you for the giveaway!! Would love some of the kittens.

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  3. It'd have to be the Alexander Henry Regent Peacock Lawn combined with Colette Pattern's Jasmine!

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  4. Hi,
    I wouldn't mind some Alexander Henry Blue Bell cotton lawn to play with...
    I did leave a note on my fan page carmencitablog.
    Thank you so much for setting this up.

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  5. I've also done a post about your giveaway on my blog where I've also got a giveaway of my own going for the new pattern from Sewaholic!

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  6. Came here by way of Vickikate!
    I love the Rowan Westminster graphic prints. I'd lovel to make a blouse.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Funnygrrl

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  7. Oooh it's got to be anything with kittehs on it :) A vintage peter pan collared shirt would fit the bill nicely I think - and 2 meters would be enough!

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  8. Agony! Absolute agony, choosing. But seeing as I am soon to make a jacket to cycle in using Sewaholic's new pattern, I'll go for Bicycle Brown, Echino Nico, Etsuko Furuya, Kokka Fabric. Thank you so much to Debi and Fancy Moon for this chance!

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  9. I do love that green Joel Dewberry fabric that you picked out above, it's got a great 1930s feel to it. I'd love a blouse made from that, although I'm not sure if the weight would be suitable.
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  10. I love the cute sweets by lecein fabrics. I think the fabric is perfect for a apron and 2 yards of it wold be just enough.

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  11. Amazing giveaway! I have facebooked it (http://www.facebook.com/threadcarefully), tweeted it (@tabatha_tweedie) and now here's my comment for a third entry! I have been lusting after Cosmo Rose Stone by Cosmo textiles for several months now. Think I'd use it for another Colette Chantilly dress (I know I'd have to buy a bit extra to do this but it would definitely be worth it!). Thanks for the opportunity to win. tabathatweedie@gmail.com x

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  12. Hmm, choices choices! Although I'm not sure, I'm pretty taken by the Koi with Lotus and Waves and can see something fitted, maybe a blouse to be tucked into a high-waisted red skirt. Great giveaway, thanks! jwintour at xtra dot co dot nz

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  13. I'd make a vintage inspired dress out of the Blue Bell Cotton Lawn Alexander Henry fabric. Love the flowers! Great giveaway! thenakedseamstress AT gmail DOT com

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  14. Ooh, I'd get the Bon Vivant Paris, and maybe make a dress or a Tova top. So cute!

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  15. 1)I love the DressmakingSewing Notions Pattern by Red Roaster. I can still not sew that well after doing a 3 year course so simplicity pattern 2314 would be my choice. Dream pattern is vogue 1043.
    2) I have facebooked at http://www.facebook.com/#!/moniquel.myers1

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  16. l love the Trios cotton lawn, Fulham Road collection by Alexander Henry. I would love to make a dress out of this!

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  17. I love these two prints: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/retro-english-press-poppy-timeless-treasures-fabric-4242.html and http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/springtime-in-paris-3367.html. I'm not sure what I'd make with them, but it would have to be something with simple lines to really show off the print!

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  18. And I shared on my facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/starspangledheart

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  19. Fab giveaway! I'd go for Vintage labels in steel to make an overnight bag :)

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  20. I love Fancy Moon... My favourite fabric is the Flower Sugar Rosebuds Green, by Lecien, and I would love to sew a shirt dress. Count me in for the giveaway!

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  21. So hard to choose, I actually have a list! Kaffe Fassat are just beautiful and colourful, then the Eton butterfly, but probally my favourite is the forest floral, and I would make a cute slightly fitted dress.

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  22. No need to enter me into the giveaway, as I can barely sew and still somehow have a massive stash of fabric (charity shopped mostly, at least) but I love the aeroplane one!

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  23. I just got the Pendrell pattern and have been searching for the perfect fabric to use it with. I think it would be amazing in the Harajuku Peony by Alexander Henry.
    allison.titman@gmail.com

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  24. I cannot choose, the variety is amazing.. I would do vintage inspired aprons and some cute bags with Alexander Henry.

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  25. I would definitely get the Harajuku Peony Bright, Indochine by Alexander Henry. It's just gorgeous. I would make it into Simplicity 3034, a slim-skirted shirtwaist dress. Totally inspired by yours!

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  26. oooh so many pretty fabrics!! i think i would go with the arrow indigo (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/printed-cotton-fabric/arrow-indigo-2737.html) and use it to make up advance 2540 (which is, yep, a shirtwaist! haha!).

    i also loooove this harajuku peony (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/printed-cotton-fabric/harajuku-peony-bright-2849.html). fancy stuff!

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  27. I agree with the other posters, So many choices!
    I think I would go with Mirage Navy, Nicole's Prints by Alexander Henry and do a little pinup-y beach outfit

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  28. I would choose some corduroy (nest pin cord) or some cotton (Bear Park Black or Papillon Cocoa Butterfly) to make my 7 year old a tunic to wear over a long sleeved t and leggings this fall.

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  29. I love the Echino Scooter fabric!

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  30. http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-lawn/eton-butterfly-cream-2795.html to make a shirtwaist out of. :)

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  31. I would really like the butterfly fabric that you show in the post, to make a kimono out of it. Actually, if I don´t win, I might have to buy it...

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  32. I have been meaning to make myself a shirt dress too! But I never seem to get around to making stuff for myself because I'm usually sewing for my kids.
    If I won I would pick fabric for ME - Far Far Away, Snow White Green, and make myself a 1950's shirt dress. I think the two would make a lovely combo.

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  33. They are all so gorgeous! I think my favourite would be Ruby Star Teatime Jade. I would love to make a dress out of it to wear for the tea parties I love to host :)

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  34. I'd use pleasures and pastimes by Robert Kaufman to make myself a 1950's rockabilly style shirt. I bought some of the fabric (from that very shop actually) to make a cushion set for a friend who is into vintage horror for his birthday a few months ago, and could barely bring myself to sew them up and give them away it was such nice fabric! I'd love to have some to make something for me out of!
    Laura :-) walmsley.laura@gmail.com

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  35. I would love to make an apron for baking christmas cookies from the "The Ghastlies Smoke, Haunted House, Alexander Henry" fabric.

    Or I would turn "Flap Purple, Echino, Etsuko Furuya for Kokka" into a pretty a-line skirt to walk around a park in spring!

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  36. I love two of them equally: the Wild Blue Yonder print you have above and the Botanica Bees. I would make a dress out of the fabric.

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  37. The vintage hot air balloon fabric is so fun!

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  38. I blogged about the giveaway at rachel-thelifeofriley.blogspot.com

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  39. I mentioned the giveaway on fb - I don't tweet :(

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  40. I think the Cinderella Fairytale would make a fantastic Colette Peony dress. http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-designer/by-designer-all-fabrics/cinderella-fairytale-natural-3200.html

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  41. I have also just tweeted about it :)

    http://twitter.com/#!/suzysewingblog

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  42. What a wonderful giveaway! I think the Ticking Stripe Red would make a lovely apron. :)

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  43. Oh wow! Thank you so much for such a lovely giveaway! Think I'd have to have the Couturier buttons blue by Robert Kaufman and think I'll need to treat myself to the Colette Parfait pattern to make a nice dress with!

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  44. Thanks for the give away. I can spend hours lusting over their website but I think I'd pick Trios, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry, it would make a wonderful summer dress.

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  45. I would love to have the Tattoo Tea print (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/tattoo-tea-2948.html) for a circle skirt that I'll be making. I haven't found any fabric until now that I was just crazy about until this! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

    Crystal
    gilland [at] etsu [dot] edu
    http://vintagelovingmomb.blogspot.com/

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  46. Tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/#!/vntglovingmom/status/132535101602013184

    Crystal
    gilland [at] etsu [dot] edu
    http://vintagelovingmom.blogspot.com/

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  47. Shared on FB!

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=142952565806426&id=100000113398377

    Crystal
    gilland [at] etsu [dot] edu
    http://vintagelovingmom.blogspot.com/

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  48. Shared on my blog!

    http://vintagelovingmom.blogspot.com/2011/11/fancy-moon-fabric-giveaway-at-my-happy.html

    Crystal
    gilland [at] etsu [dot] edu
    http://vintagelovingmom.blogspot.com/

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  49. ah! so hard to choose! but i really love this one http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/new-in/downtown-dot-rust-alexander-henry-4109.html ... raineoc@yahoo.com

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  50. What a great give away. I'd choose the following: Going to Market & Asian Circles Dark for halter dress, Indigo Skulls for a strapless jumsuit and Como & Millefiore Tomatoe for sleeveless shirtwaists.

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  51. I love this fabric:

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/nutmeg-seeds-green-3394.html

    I love this kind of fifties style- my grandmother had a lot of fabrics of this type and it reminds me of her. I would make a dress out if it, if I won it. :)

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  52. I have also mentioned on FB, on Fashionable Forties:

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fashionable-Forties

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  53. aaahhh...so hard to choose! I want to make sundresses and shirtwaists and would choose the Regent Peacock lawn, the Blue Bell lawn, or the Spring Street Gardens.

    Lovely giveaway!

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  54. Thanks for the givaway, Debi! I think that spotty spots peachy http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-brand/by-manufacturer-all-fabrics/spotty-spots-peachy-3406.html , lecien stripe green http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-brand/by-manufacturer-all-fabrics/lecien-stripe-green-3525.html , and wink wink botanika http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-brand/by-manufacturer-all-fabrics/wink-wink.html would all make super cute blouses! (for when I lose the baby weight and can fit in to blouses, of course!)

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  55. Prom, Michael Miller Retro Dress Quilt Cotton Fabric would make a nice blouse.

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  56. Cecile Mint, Anna Griffin for Baum Windham would be lovely for a vintage shirt- McCall 7277 or Simplicity 4356.

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  57. Oh so a good giveaway! I love that plane fabric, its so very Pan Am-y.

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  58. So many to pick from. I want them all! If I had to choose I think this one: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/printed-cotton-fabric/farmdale-curio-natural-2810.html or http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-linen-blends/far-far-away-snow-white-yellow-heather-ross-kokka.html
    And I'd make a shirtdress (I think I could just squeeze one out of it) or a wiggle dress. I have some new mid-century vintage patterns that are just waiting for me to use!

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  59. Oh wow! Definitely the wild blue yonder for a 1940s blouse. Very special!

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  60. I'd love to make a skirt out of the Como, Cotton Lawn Dress Fabric by Alexander Henry!

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  61. The From the Botanica Collection by Jason Yenter for In The Beginning is absolutely amazing. That or the Koi with Lotus & Waves Oriental Cotton Fabric by Michael Miller. I'd love to make a shirt of either.

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  62. Your shirtwaist dress looks amazing! ..but I predict I would look frumpy myself in a print dress. However, I do love the "Vintage Hot Air Balloons" fabric and I could make a fabulous skirt with it. [Probably Mccalls 5591 =) ]

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  63. I simply love the "Cossack Girls, Miriporun by Kokka" fabric! I can totally see myself making a 50s full skirt sleeveless dress with a matching belt! Love love all the fabrics!

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  64. oh let's see . . .

    I am totally smitten with your shirtdress pattern and would do it up in a heartbeat in these lovely fabrics.

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/imperial-kiku-red.html

    or this

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/pop-garden-paisley-ivory-3064.html

    So many good ones. It was hard to choose.

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  65. Hey! I just tweeted and Facebooked!

    https://www.facebook.com/austin.patricia

    https://twitter.com/#!/Pixiedevilred

    yay!!!! a giveaway!

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  66. I would love to make a perfect summer skirt out of Little Green by Alexander Henry.

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  67. I love the Cosmo Rose Stone fabric (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/floral/cosmo-rose-stone-3000.html), I wonder how it would look as a pinwheel skirt? (http://elleapparel.blogspot.com/2010/08/pinwheel-skirt.html)

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  68. Oh man, there's so many interesting fabrics...

    Maybe Nora Neko? Or maybe the Farm Fresh Root Cellar in teal... Or Owl Flower... There's so many cute ones!

    And I'd likely make some kind of top with it. :) Two yards isn't really enough for a dress for me.

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  69. I choose "Fiesta de San Marcos" for a skirt - it is a STUNNING design and would be a dream to sew.

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  70. Fabulous giveaway, I would use Nutmeg Seeds Green, SE1 for Robert Kaufman, and I would make a 3/4 sleeve 50s blouse with fold back cuffs, hard to explain but one of my favourite 50s shirts, which looks great in bold prints!

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  71. SO HARD TO CHOOSE!!
    Though I would pick this - cos it's a nice lawnhttp://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-lawn/trios-fulham-road-alexander-henry-4100.html

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  72. I'm into this Indochine print: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/sale/tokyo-swirl-red-2953.html

    I have a daydream of making a cheongsam a la In the Mood for Love

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  73. I am a complete and utter sucker for anything mushroom printed, so I'd make a 30s style puff-sleeved blouse out of the Forest Floral Turquoise! It would be gorgeous!

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  74. Just letting you know I had advertised on my facebook yesterday, today on my blog and twitter.
    My fingers are crossed I will be so lucky!

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  75. I don't have a blog (yet..) but hope I can be in the draw anyway.. I would love this print: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/new-in/play-rocket-launch-club-navy-3791.html and make a pillow case and a duve-cover for, at little boy I know :)

    Thit (thitbirk@gmail.com)

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  76. Wow, what an amazing selection of gorgeous fabrics! I would love to have the Como, Cotton Lawn Dress Fabric by Alexander Henry. The fabric is a little busy, so so colorful. It would make a great Pendrell or perhaps some summer sleepwear!

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  77. Flap Turquoise, Echino, Etsuko Furuya for Kokka is the one I want; would love to make a straight skirt from it; really jazz up the summer wardrobe.

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  78. That is a TOUGH call and so generous! Right now I think I would choose some Heather Ross Far, Far Away Washing Line, Park and Ride Tea from Alexander Henry or Peacock Lane Parade Day by Michael Miller. Of course, my mind will most likely change if I actually win!

    My e-mail address is erikaahaj at verizon.net

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  79. I would have a really hard time choosing, but I love the Japanese fabrics, especially the Scandinavian and folk art prints.

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  80. Airplane fabric*airplane Fabric*Airplane fabric.
    Not that I already own 4 boxes of airplane fabric (yes - I know I have more but that's my story and I'm stickin' to it. . .)
    I just made a microwave potato bag out of the Wild Blue Yonder print. And I see a few more from Michael Miller that I might have to get.
    If I can talk myself out of my stash, I have made purses, hot pads, a skirt for my great-niece and the aforementioned potato bags.

    I love the new site and bookmarked it to spend more time at later.

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  81. I love Regent Peacock Feather by Alexander Henry Cotton Lawn Fabric... a nice dress or shrirt dress I think would look great with it!

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  82. Hi Debi, I love your posts and your nessy style!
    I'd like to do a pencil skirt on any of these fabrics:

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-brand/by-manufacturer-all-fabrics/peacock-lane-parade-day-michael-miller.html

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-brand/by-manufacturer-all-fabrics/indigo-paisley-2853.html

    Cheers! :)

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  83. I'd love to make a quilted circle skirt with the Regent Peacock Feather fabric! I haven't made one before, and would love to try something new!

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  84. What an awesome giveaway! They have such darling fabrics. I've had the "Out for Lunch" Tammis Keefe fabric on my wish-list for a while, so that's my pick :) I suppose I'd make a cute mid-century shirt with it, though I would not be opposed to a dress ;)

    I have that airplane fabric! I searched high and low for it, so I'm glad to know some shops still carry it!

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  85. I'd love to make a skirt from the Arrow Bright, Zanzabelle by Alexander Henry Fabric.

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  86. I love the Candy Shop fabric - the illustrations are fabulous!! Thanks for sharing this with us, Debi!!!

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  87. Wow what a fantastic giveaway, there are some gorgeous fabrics and I am absolutely spoilt for choice! However, the Le Papillon Butterfly Japanese print caught my eye so I think I would go for that one if I were lucky enough to win. Oh and I tweeted about the giveaway too! (@AKraftyKat)

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  88. I love this print (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/by-type-all-fabrics/farmdale-curio-natural-2810.html), and I think I'd make a shirtwaist style dress (similar to what you did!) - as I mentioned on the pattern giveaway, this is a type of clothing that I'd love to get into!

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  89. I'd love to make a circle skirt from Kaffe Fassett's Millefiore in Blue (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/by-theme-all-fabrics/millefiore-blue-kaffe-fassett-for-rowan-westminster-4209.html) or alternatively, make a Collette Crepe from Lecien's Coffee Dots (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/by-theme-all-fabrics/dotty-dots-coffee-3311.html).

    Have tweeted too!

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  90. I'm in love with Delilah Lulu Rose Red" by Tanya Whelan for Free Spirit. I would have to make a shirtwaist dress from that, no question!

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  91. I love this fabric http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/geometric-graphic/plink-sand-3887.html
    I see this as a sundress, halter top style with a circle skirt.
    jar6566 at comcast dot com

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  92. The Como by Alexander Henry is sooo perfect for a 70s shirt! And so perfect for summer too..

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  93. La Strada would make a fabulous 70's style halter neck dress. xx

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  94. La Vie en Rose would be the perfect fabric to make a scoop neck, pleated skirt dress that I've been thinking about for a while. The colors are rich enough that you could wear it with a sweater in the winter but if I made it with short sleeves it could be cute in the summer too!

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  95. cierra310@msn.com

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  96. Call it bad taste, but I'm off to South Africa in February, and I so want a dress with African wildlife prowling and prancing all over it for when I visit the game reserves. Fancy Moon's Zanibar Lime (http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/zanzibar-lime-2977.html) would be perfect as a little button-up dress, with a thick waistband (and safari hat)!

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  97. A skirt made out of Cutie World. It would be so wonderfully over the top.

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  98. I love the Robert Kaufman Just Dandy fabric- It's hard to know what I'd use it for- it'd be nice for home decor or a quilt project - just lovely! Thanks!
    annaconlan@gmail.com

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  99. I having been eyeing up the Ruby Star Cameo fabric - perfect for a retro apron and some kitchen chair pads. Blissful. sharon

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  100. I love the out to lunch linen - cute blue cats being bad - it would make a great 1950s dress for our Australian summer.

    Claire - ge.it@hotmail

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  101. Aww! Sweet giveaway. I'd pick the Flower Cart Black fabric (love the traditional Japanese prints) and I'd be sorely tempted to try to squeeze a dress out of it---maybe a Colette Ceylon with a bit of colour-blocking to make the fabric go further...

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  102. I love the Farm Fresh Root Cellar in Teal for an apron.
    kari.mtjoy@hotmail.com

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  103. Ruby Star Teatime Pink, Ruby Star Rising by Melody Miller for Kokka. It is all tea and coffee things and the color will work as a 40s blouse to go with a pair of palazzo pants I need something to go with.

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  104. Tweeted from ruthanneedward.

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  105. Posted a facebook status update from my personal account.

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  106. Far, Far Away, treat my eye kindly! I am besotted with the small proportions. Thank-you!
    natioradison:quarterinchseams(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  107. Tweeted
    https://twitter.com/#!/natioradison/status/133663767035789312
    natioradison:quarterinchseams(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  108. I am in love with Blue Bell from the Fulham Road Collection by Alexander Henry. It would have to become a Colette Chantilly. I've been hanging out to make that dress for a while now.

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  109. Wow how difficult was that - trying to pick through all that gorgeous fabric! I do love the ghastlier fabric but I have no idea where I would use it. So i think i would have to choose the Serape stripe bold - I love the colours and I love stripes! This would have to be made into a gorgeous shirtdress I think.

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  110. Would love to make a Colette Patterns Parfait with Forest Floral Turquoise!

    Pa7oma(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)mx

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  111. i like
    Como, Cotton Lawn Dress Fabric by Alexander Henry. I saw Elizabeth taylor wearing a long sleeve peasant top with a bow on the shoulder, she was wearing it as a beach cover up. With summer on the doorstep here, i would make the same 2m perfect, for once your length plus sleeves. thanks Jacky Matthews

    jarm at iprimus dot com dot au

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  112. the bumblebee fabric(http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/vintage-repro-1800-1920/botanica-bees-jason-yenter-for-in-the-beginning-4232.html) would be absolutely darling as a skirt!

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  113. I love the bon vivant paris fabric, it would make a really cute summer dress, and also la vie en rose would mad an amazing Mad Men-esque number :)

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  114. Great giveaway! I'd choose 'Dasha Pink Fashionista' by Alexander Henry and make a classic 50s style skirt - much like your Kittens skirt Debi!

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  115. I'm loving the cute sweets and the farm fresh root cellar. I think they'd make cute skirts that my preschoolers would get a kick out of. :)

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  116. I've been looking for some linen in a nice print to make a sundress for quite awhile, and I absolutely love the Fantastic Forest series. I don't have anything like that in my closet right now! The Blue Bell cotton lawn would make a great blouse, too.

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  117. Great giveaway! I love the Indigo skulls by Alexander Henry: www.fancymoon.co.uk/indigo-skull-turquoise-4162.html, not sure what I'd make but what a great print to have in my stash...

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  118. I love the psychedelic print---looks almost like feathers! Wouldn't it be fabulous in a neat '60's shift?

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  119. I love the 'Deer Valley Green, Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit'. Think it woudl make a lovely top / blouse!

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  120. Such a super giveaway!! So hard to choose, but I'm completely taken with the Folklore Black by Baum Windham. I'd make a summer a-line skirt, I think.

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  121. I think the Flap Turquoise, Echino, Etsuko Furuya, Kokka Japanese Import Fabric is fab. I think it would make the most gorgeous full skirt. It's lovely!

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  122. I have no idea how I would choose (But I would) but I think I would use it to make my new niece/nephew (too soon to know) a baby outfit or my boys matching dress shirts.

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  123. Wow, that's an amazing site! I've just spent a looooong time browsing it - such a treasure Trove of fabulousness!

    Very very hard to choose, but I think my top pick today would have to be the Ruby Star Tea time Jade to make that 1940's dress pattern you sent me. So adorable! :-)

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  124. There are too many choices! I am looking for some fun material to make a large shoulder bag for my mum, the June Bug Bright Dress Quilt Craft Fabric, Alexander Henry and the Elizabeth Rose Chinoiserie Cotton by Free Spirit Fabric would be perfect for the patterns I have. Thanks for bringing all these great fabics to our attention!

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