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. JD S says:

    I’d make pencil cases and mini wallets

  2. Kora Moore says:

    The Kaffe Fassett print would look lovely in a skirt for my daughter.

  3. Kendra says:

    I would make the summer dresses I need.

  4. Vicki H says:

    A fun skirt for my sister.

  5. A new dress for myself! I can’t get enough of cute dresses!!

  6. Marlene says:

    Perhaps a blouse for summer

  7. Sandy says:

    I would make my granddaughter a dress or some happy summer shorts.

  8. Elena I says:

    I think that fabric would make a lovely tote bag!

  9. Clara Plank says:

    The girls are making totes and bags. it sure would work for that!

  10. Cyra says:

    I would make a sari style beach wrap skirt with this beautiful Antwerp Flowers by Kaffe, and being 100% cotton it will be perfect for hot days on the beach. Also, just pop a black t-shirt on, and it would look sophisticated and smart enough for an evening out at a restaurant.

  11. Patsy says:

    a beautiful, eclectic quilt, either lap quilt for an elderly relative or incorporated in a wall hanging quilt.

  12. Andrea says:

    I would make fun curtains for my daughter’s room!

  13. Rebecca Price says:

    Cute skirts for my granddaughter.

  14. I would use the Kaffe Fasset print on the back of my Hawaiian quilt.

  15. SANDRA HAWN says:

    I would use this fabric to make zippered travel bags for my granddaughters to carry their makeup in

  16. Lisa Fonseca says:

    I don’t really know, some type of blanket or maybe some throw pillows sounds doable.

  17. JudiSews says:

    Love the fun design and bright colors. Would make a quilt for a child.

  18. Cindy Tiberio says:

    OMG….a quilt back!

  19. Dianna Wassell says:

    A summer wardrobe booster

  20. Tracey Concannon says:

    I think I might make a fun summery tote bag!

  21. Marjory W says:

    I would make blouses and dresses for myself and for dolls.

  22. Coriander S Warren says:

    I would use it to make a quilted coat…super cute!

  23. Linda Brashear says:

    I would make some microwave bowl holders, oven mitts and trivets, purses, tote bags and on and on.

  24. Frieda Evaskis says:

    Light summer blanket

  25. Margaret Magri says:

    summer bag would be awesome or a nice backing for a summer quilt

  26. Valerie Towers says:

    I fancy the Kaffe Fassett fabric made up into a dressing gown so when that every morning when I put it on my day starts off bright.

  27. tiffany j says:

    I would make brightly colored spring cosmetic bags!

  28. Janie Benfield says:

    Great colors for a quilt

  29. Jessica Kroger says:

    I think I would use it to make a purse or for a lining in a crocheted purse.

  30. Mary P. says:

    Totally would make some curtains for my boyfriend’s son’s room. He has something specific in mind that you can’t buy. He is such a nice young man, it would make both he and his father happy which would make me happy!

  31. Susan Erickson says:

    This fabric would make a fun pair of elastic waist shorts.

  32. Paula says:

    A beautiful new summer beach tote!

  33. Julie Killion says:

    Looks like it would be a fun quilt!

  34. Tama Trussoni says:

    a little dress.

  35. kt says:

    The front/back yoke of a summer top

  36. Karen W says:

    I would incorporate Kaffe Fasset print into quilts for twin great-grand-daughters.

  37. Katrina D says:

    Shorts

  38. Jana says:

    nice summer top

  39. Cheryl says:

    I’d make napkins.

What do you think?