New $500 Giveaway from Fabric.com: Open Worldwide! (well almost..)

spring summer wardrobeWell, you asked for it and we've worked with our friends at Fabric.com to deliver!

This new $500 shopping spree giveaway sponsored by Fabric.com is open to entrants in every country where Fabric.com ships –which is a pretty long list and covers all our top markets and then some.  (However, we certainly realize there are still some readers in a few countries who will not be able to participate and for that, we apologize in advance.)


If case you didn't know…

For those who don't know, Fabric.com is the world’s leading online fabric store.  Founded in 1993, Fabric.com focuses on bringing you a wide range of cotton print, home décor and apparel fabrics along with crafts and notions.  At any time their warehouse holds millions of yards of fabric.  Whether your needs run from denim to silk, linen to faux fur, velvet to shirtings, or anywhere in between, you’re sure to find what you need.  Remember, because Fabric.com is a subsidiary of Amazon.com, you get all the terrific pre- and post-sale customer service you'd expect from a merchant you can really trust.

So who can enter and win?

See the list of International Shipping destinations directly on Fabric.com.  If they ship there, you can enter!

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What's the best way to actually win this contest?

For everyone participating in this giveaway, please remember that your best strategy is always to use the “Share with Friends for Extra Entries” feature to share this contest with your friends and family.  That way, you get an entry for every entry they make and it really turbo-charges your chances to win!  Do this early in the contest so you'll get this bonus for the duration.

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2,807 Responses to New $500 Giveaway from Fabric.com: Open Worldwide! (well almost..)

  1. Cherilyne says:

    Palazzo pants

  2. I would totally make some pillows for my wicker chairs. Or I might even make a maxi skirt for my mother out of it.

  3. granoladc says:

    An open front cardigan!

  4. KZer says:

    I would make workout tops.

  5. I need some fat quarters to finish a quilt and would love to help my friend out with some extra material because she just started a business making very cute bags.

  6. Katie S. says:

    My daughter is just starting to be interested in learning to sew, so I think we would make her a skirt or something.

  7. dennis says:

    Zippers for my wife to make pouches.

  8. Donna says:

    I would definitely make little girl dresses to be shipped to Developing Countries, through DRESS A GIRL AROUND THE WORLD, plus use any scraps would find their way as pet beds for rescues I work with.

  9. Skirt extenders, and wrap skirts

  10. Suresh says:

    I’m all about the bags!

  11. Donna says:

    I’d make a beautiful maxi skirt.

  12. Sue Dent says:

    My son is getting married in June so I need to rustle up suitable outfits for myself and his sister, especially as she will be acting as his best man (well best-person).

  13. MarinaK says:

    I think I would use it for a colourful wrap/skirt for summer

  14. Nadia M says:

    That ITY would look great as a wrap dress or something with a wrapped bodice, like Maggie London B6054, or even New Look 6001

  15. Diane Beavers says:

    Pencil Skirt or wrap dress. Thank you

  16. amy mayer says:

    boho top

  17. PFR says:

    Cushions for my wicker chairs.

  18. I would make some pillows

  19. Gabrielle says:

    Dress

  20. Natasha Wills-Hennes says:

    Baby sling (as long as it’s not too stretchy)

  21. judethomas21 says:

    I would make a large fringed floor cushion.

  22. Buffy says:

    I’d make a maxi skirt

  23. Christine says:

    Maxi skirt

  24. katherine says:

    Making us girls some new tops

  25. Alicia Richardson says:

    I would use the ITY Stretch Jersey Knit Bohemian Chic Yellow Fabric to make a t-shirt maxi dress!

  26. Delaine says:

    This fabric would make a beautiful tote. Thanks!

  27. I would make window toppers for our new home.

  28. Deanna Lohn says:

    Cold shoulder blouse

  29. I’d make some super comfy drawstring pants.

  30. Kathi says:

    A maxi skirt would be nice.

  31. someluckydog says:

    I’d make a shower curtain

  32. Daryl 'Deedee' Reese says:

    Ahh! The fabric is so lovely. Such a bold fabric needs a sufficiently large garment to show it off. I think a caftan or beach cover-up should do quite nicely, and the caftan is something I’ve wanted for some time. Thank you for this opportunity to win a prize.

  33. mary says:

    Dress for my daughter.

  34. MPaula says:

    I would make a hi/low skirt. Strangely, Amazon says it does not ship to Canada.

  35. Kelly Riley says:

    Going to make some tank tops for summer.

  36. Patricia Giricz says:

    A maxi gypsy style skirt or a maxi wrap dress

  37. Rusty Smith says:

    I’d send my granddaughter back to school next fall with a whole new wardrobe.

  38. Denise Latour says:

    Skirt

What do you think?