Monday, September 2, 2013

Announcing A Fabricworm Giveaway! Eiko by Jay-Cyn Designs!

Another week starts, and therefore so does another Fabricworm Giveaway!  This week we're giving away a beautiful prize!  Jay-Cyn Designs Eiko Collection in Fat Quarters!  Here's what Cynthia (half of the husband/wife duo that makes up Jay-Cyn Designs) has to say about Eiko:

"I believe much of our artwork is inspired by the simplistic and understated style of Japanese art. Eiko pays homage to our shared love of Japanese culture and design."

And check out the Eiko Collection here.

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway.  

This giveaway ends on Sunday 9/8 @ midnight PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.

 
 


79 comments:

memmens said...

Gorgeous fabrics - I'd use them to make a gender neutral quilt for my cousins baby due in Februaay

Melissa at My Fabric Relish said...

This would makes beautiful quilt mixed with some linen!

Trish said...

Honestly, I'd probably horde the fabric for a while :) It's so gorgeous!!

Lee Ann L. said...

Mug rugs, napkins, placemats, small quilts. I don't know, I can't decide! LOL. :-)

Heidi [Grizz-n-Dove] said...

I'd make patchwork totes for Christmas presents!

~Kelie~ said...

I would probably use them to make some amazing zip pouches! Thanks for the chance to win!

msbookleaf said...

They're so fresh and pretty! I think I'd make a tote or some zipper pouches - Maybe both! Thank you!

Paula said...

I'd hoard and pet them for some time first, then......Mini quilts, pillows, some pouches and the like.

scottylover said...

I would use them for a baby quilt or a bag for me...hard to decide!

Sandy A

Liz said...

I would make pillows for the classroom!

Barbe said...

seeing as how my sil is Japanese i would make a quilt for her and my brother.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oh a bag for sure - delicious fabric!!!!

Christie said...

Love this fabric collection!

Linda said...

SUCH NEAT FABRICS!
I'D MAKE A NEW TOTE FOR SURE!
THANKS!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

txvoodoo said...

These prints are darling!

Philippa Gelinas said...

Thinking these would make a cool bag!

...or maybe a baby quilt.

Michele T said...

OMG! This fabric is so cool a modern, I would make some pillow covers and matching bed runner for my daughter!!!!

Pinspot said...

Baby boy quilt, of course!

Hannah said...

What would I use them for... I have no idea! But it would not be hard to find the perfect project if I won them!!!

SuzyMcQ said...

I'm working on completing my first quilt so I would use this amazing fabric to make my second!

Allison C said...

I would make myself a lap quilt.

Tamie said...

I'm sure these would find themselves into a quilt. Thanks for the introduction.

E Hayes said...

Great color scheme and cute prints!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Eu faria ua colcha para minha neta

Patti said...

It seems that I always say I'm going to make cushions, but really, I think I would!

Alicia said...

I need to make some pillows for my couch!

DeborahGun said...

I would make some Christmas presents - a mixture of pillows, pouches etc

Melissa said...

I'm thinking pillows would be nice. I can be contacted through my blog at www.missourimel.com. Thank you.

Vicki H said...

I would make a quilt for one of my grandsons.

andri. said...

I'd make a pillow:)

Judith said...

I think that these beautiful fabrics would go a long way to helping me give my sewing room a makeover--new covers for my sewing machine and serger, some pretty cushions, a notions organizer. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jan Baker said...

I would like to make a bag. I have a couple patterns I want to try.

Heather A said...

I would make a quilt for our cabin ... appropriate for my aquarium fish nerd husband.

Mahdi Martin said...

I'd make a quilt for my mom!

Gillian said...

I'd make a quilt for our family room - a huge one that we could all use - I'd mix in solids and neutrals too. Thanks for the chance.

shawn said...

Use them in a quilt.
smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

Kim M said...

These fabrics would look so great in a quilt!

stephervescent said...

beatiful!

Alex said...

i would make some simple pillows

Ali said...

I'd make a patchwork purse out of it, thank you for the giveaway!

Lia*s Handmades said...

Bag or pillows :) Thanks for the chance!

debby said...

I would make bags. Love the fabric

Emily C said...

I will make some tote bags.

Paula said...

I see these fabrics in a lap quilt with lots of text fabrics!

Sew Flo said...

We would love to use this fabric in our shop on Etsy for baby items!!!!

Sarah Bocik said...

Perfect quilt for my nephew!

lindsey s. said...

i would make a baby quilt for a special new baby coming soon :)

The Heinz's said...

I would use it to help accessorize my new nursery!

Katie said...

I love this fabric! I'd certainly work it into one of my bag designs for my shop (Stickgreen Designs on Etsy)...or maybe make a bag for myself :)

Mom C said...

I have a dear friend who is moving who would love a quilt from those fabrics. Thanks.

teachme2sew said...

Beautiful fabric. It would make a beautiful quilt for one of my sons!

Jennyroo said...

I'd make a snuggly quilt with minky backing! Would love to cuddle my boys under it this winter!

Karen Caves said...

A hexie quilt!

Sky McEwen said...

I'd make a bed quilt to make our new house feel more like a home!

Elizabeth Mishler said...
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Elizabeth Mishler said...

I didn't even know there was a giveaway and I bought 2 different bundles of this line. I would live to win some more for free! I would make a quilt for my sister!

Angela.ballesteros said...

I would do plenty of beautiful things with such a beautiful fabric. I would use until the last square of it in ... a tote? a zipped purse? a quilted bag? a stuffed toy? Who knows and who cares? But for sure that it would be one of my cutest projects. Thanks

Amber Inscore Essick said...

I'm thinking pillows, magnets, or tiny stuffed animals with these prints!

Cami said...

I would make a quilt for my baby boy due in November!

Ada Ingram said...

I would definitely make a quilt and some pillows. This fabric is absolutely adorable!

Beth Schiedel said...

Love the color range of these fabrics!

Isaac, Rachel, Sam, Caleb, and Grace Wofford said...

So pretty! I love the wrap top by CINO!

B Stull said...

Love!!! Thank for a wonderful chance at this. I use them for a quilt of my own, have not made one for myself yet.

Jo said...

These would be for me which is something that does not happen often. I would make myself a lap quilt for when I snuggle up with a good book and hot cocoa

sweet blue bird said...

I would make some bags and maybe a skirt for my little girl!

KendallGrey said...

I'd love to make a quilt out of this fabric. SO cute!

Banana and Flamingo said...

Table runner!!

Heidi Leigh said...

I would make a cute door hanging for my classroom!

Jennifer Scott said...

I would combine them with other fabrics to make some adorable baby outfits!!

Unknown said...

I'm just starting to sew, making potholders and coasters as gifts. These fabrics would push me into trying to make a quilt, they are so beautiful.

Heather/Life With The Stevens said...

I would make something for my sister's new baby, this line would be perfect!

Carmen N said...

I'd make a quilt for my daughter's "new" room

Kissy Face Designs said...

Make a beautiful quilt!

Aimee G said...

I have a bookshelf quilt coming up in my near future & some of those fabrics would make nice *books*

Jodie said...

a table runner or maybe a skirt for my little girl

Jen said...

Love this fabric..def make baby blankets!

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