Giveaway: Alison Glass Fabric

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Today is the final day of our annual Home for the Holidays week! While I”m sad to wrap things up, it has been a fun week, and we”re ending with a fabulous giveaway today.

After going through Sewing School last month, I have a feeling many of you are itching to really dive in with sewing… and what does one need to do that? That”s right, fabric! So how about a stack of beautiful coordinating fabric to get you started or inspire you for a new project or two?

The Lucky Penny line from Andover Fabrics was designed by the lovely Alison Glass. It is a stunning collection with a range of colors and prints.

These beautiful photographs showcase how nicely the prints go together in a quilt (quilts pictured were made by Alison). I was just pondering how I”m going to outfit my new master bedroom and I think a quilt out of Alison”s fabrics will be the perfect centerpiece to my new room!

Lucky Penny came to me at the perfect time, when I was prepping to make some handmade gifts. I picked a few prints out and got started on these sweet owls for my kids.

Photos (except owl) by Alison Glass

You can visit Alison”s website to get information on where the fabric can be bought (lots of online outlets!), and get more inspiration from her lovely photography.

Would you like to win a set of the Lucky Penny fabrics? I can only imagine what beautiful gifts you”ll be able to make. The fabrics themselves would make the sewista/quilter in your life very happy as well.

How to win

Simply use the widget below to leave a comment on this post, and you”ll be entered to win! (If you”re reading this via email, please click over to the main post to leave your comment.)

For extra entries, you can also follow Alison Glass and Andover Fabrics on Twitter and Facebook—simply follow the steps in the widget below!

This giveaway will end tomorrow night, Saturday, December 1st, and we’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week. I hope you”re one of them!

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About Nicole

Nicole can be found blogging at her lifestyle blog GidgetGoesHome.com, and is the editor of Simple Homemade. She loves to read, sew, make ice cream, take pictures, watch baseball and go for walks by the beach with her hubby and three little kiddos. She loves anything handmade and is affectionately known as a bit of a hippie among family and friends.

Comments

  1. Christina P. says:

    I have been wanting to make a quilt for my daughter’s bed and I love these prints! Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. I would probably use the fabric to make some bags, pouches, or purses!

  3. I don’t sew, but my mom would love this! She is an avid seamtress and would make something wonderful with it.

  4. I think those owls are sweet. Maybe I’d have to give them a go. :o)

  5. These fabrics are gorgeous and they would inspire me to create a new quilt or something for my kids to wear!

  6. I’d spiff up my craft room/guest bedroom with some of the vibrant colors!

  7. I imagine my 7 and 3.5yo dd would craft alongside me something for the new family room/playroom we have created this week. It’s rather bare atm and some beautiful fabrics would really add some fun!

  8. Pillow covers for the throw pillow on my couch, for sure!

  9. I just found a quilt pattern that I like, so I’d probably use it for that!

  10. I have no idea what I’d make out of them. I like to sit with my fabric for a bit and let it inspire me.

  11. This would be so fun to win!

  12. I’d make something for my kids’ rooms (that owl is inspiring!) or perhaps some colorful pillows.

  13. A quilt for my baby girl!

  14. Would love to put them in a quilt.

  15. Hm I am in the middle of moving to a new house, so I would probably do a couple of pillow covers and other decoration projects and maybe some cutlery rolls to bring with my work lunch.

  16. I’ve been discussing how my daughter’s wardrobe this winter is going to be long johns underneath with cute skirts and jumpers on top. I think these fabrics would be perfect for some homemade items for her!

  17. Margaret D says:

    A quilt for grandson.

  18. So pretty! I just made my first quilt. Would loveeee to make another one (and more) with these oh-so-lovely fabrics. Thank you!

  19. A quilt!

  20. Carrie Anderson says:

    height charts for my twins

  21. I would give the fabric to my Mom and ask her to make a quilt for my daughter. If I lived closer to her I would make it with her which would be so much fun!

  22. Pillow covers! A quilt! Some clothing for myself! Curtains? Oh, the possibilities are endless! It would be easier to say what I would NOT do with these ; ) ; )

  23. A quilt for baby Betsy and so many more items just waiting to be created. Thanks for the chance to win these lovely fabrics.

  24. I’m sure if I won I would be inspired to make something cute!

  25. My very first quilt for my little kiddo! And probably some cute pillows.

  26. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric!

  27. I’ve wanted to try my hand at a quilt forever! This would inspire!

  28. The owl is pretty cute, but I think I would make some aprons for my cakes shop.

  29. I love to sew and I would probably try either a quilt or throw pillows with the fabric!

  30. Robin from Frugal Family Times says:

    I’d love to help my daughter make a small quilt for her dolls, or a wall hanging. It’s up to her!

  31. I never know entirely what I’ll use fabric for until I see it and feel it, but I’ve been meaning to do a LOT of little pinterest crafts for a long time…Some cute headbands and such :)
    Sarah M

  32. I’m not at all sure what I would make…so many ideas for these lovely prints… xo

  33. I have lots of girls to sew for this Christmas. I’m making bags and zip pouches. These would be great to work with! Thanks for the chance.

  34. I would love to make a patchwork skirt for my daughter.

  35. I would probably give them to my sister for Christmas. She has a start-up homemade goods business and would make so many cute pillows and home decor items with it!

  36. My daughter would love to recieve this since she’s starting to sew!!

  37. I would use them for nursing covers in my etsy shop http://www.jensgifts.etsy.com! They would be perfect!

  38. I’d give it to my mom, so she could make something for me out of it! Maybe we could work on something together… Or make something for my daughters together.

  39. I can picture a lot of doll clothes, as well as two pint sized aprons for my little kitchen helpers!

  40. I know a lot of people getting married this year, this would make many lovely wedding gifts! Aprons, hot pads, embellished towels, lots of possibilities. :)

  41. Amy Wilson says:

    I love to make purses, so these fabrics would be perfect!!

  42. Amanda Rae Smith says:

    I’m a beginner sewer, so I would start with some small projects for my younger children who won’t mind if the finished product isn’t perfect!

  43. These days, I’m making mostly bags and clothes for my five-year-old daughter. This fabric would probably serve both purposes!

  44. My 9 year old daughter is learning to sew and would LOVE fabric to make homemade stuffed animals!!!!

  45. I really want to try my hand at making a simple quilt. This would be perfect for that!

  46. Pillows, maybe a lap quilt or Christmas stockings/tree skirt.

  47. Since sewing is new to me, I would start simple…. maybe pillow covers, reusable bags, journal covers, or cute little stuffed creatures! Thanks!

  48. I have always wanted to make a quilt and this beautiful fabric would be perfect.

  49. christina.vd says:

    I would make something super simple since I’m not much of a seamstress… yet.

  50. I have a quilt pattern that I’ve been waiting to make; this would be perfect!

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