Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway! Beatbox by Ann Kelle!

Another week starts, and therefore so does another Fabricworm Giveaway!  This week we're giving away a fat quarter bundle of Beatbox by Ann Kelle!  We love this quirkly collection of mix tapes and boom boxes of our childhoods.  The eighties and nineties are calling you!



Win this bundle of fat quarters from the Beatbox collection by Ann Kelle!
And check out the Beatbox Collection here.

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway. 


This giveaway ends on Sunday 2/2 @ 11:59pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.

74 comments:

Lauren said...

Love this fabric. I would probably collect it for a while since I would be afraid to use it!

Nicole said...

I'm not entirely sure what I would do with it yet...a bag maybe? I'm sure I'll come up with some project!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Either a Messenger Bag or some pouches I think - and if any fabric left over then some journal covers :)

Vicki H said...

I see tote bags for both my girls...they are kids of the 80s.

Jen said...

I would make a fun skirt for my girls.

Hayley Stephens said...

Oh I love it. Brings back some great memories. I want cushions for my couch made out of this. hayleymstephens at gmail dot com

scottylover said...

This wold make a cute throw for mu niece Emily. She loves music and bright colors!

Sandy A

Hannah said...

I honestly don't know right off the top of my head, but I know if I won it, inspiration would call and something amazing would be made!

Stephanie said...

I would probably make a throw quilt for my 11 year old daughter.

Taunya Kofol said...

These are so cute! Love the vivid colors!

Michele T said...

This fabric is so fun and I love the colours, I'd make a lap quilt for my daughter!!

mammalchupie said...

Bright and cheerful! Great! Thanks for the giveaway!

Shauntrisa said...

I would SO make pillows and accessories for my daughter's room! Maybe a pillow for my bed too LOL. LOVE IT!!!!

Paula said...

i'd make some lovely girly totes, for my friend's DD, next coming birthday. Would use them to treat her friends.

Paloma said...

I would make Noodlehead's open wide zipper pouches. Love this fabric!

DianeY said...

This is so very cute! I would definitely use it for some bags, and I'm sure there would be enough left to worm into some quilts

Allison C said...

I would fussy cut and make some economy blocks

Lee Ann L. said...

I would hold onto it for awhile until the perfect idea or pattern comes along for it.

Samantha said...

I would either use them in a quilt...but I think these would make some cute makeup bags!

Newby said...

Like, super cute, fab fabric. Would like to make a rockin' quilt!

amy mayen said...

Omg, I love it. Especially the cassette tapes. I'd love it in yardage to make a girls dress...but with fat quarters I'd hoard it until the PERFECT project came along. Maybe a lap quilt!

Cecilia said...

I would probably make a bag and use the rest in a quilt.

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

A dress for my little girl

MolleBolle said...

awesome fabric. I'd find a project to really showcase the fabric!

Evelyn said...

Hey, a lap quilt for remembering the cassettes we used!

Sharon Eshlaman said...

My granddaughter would love a quilt made with that fabric!

Michala said...

I'd definitely make a bag if I won this!

stitchsmith said...

I'd make some zippered pouches!

Jowyn Jenson said...

I'd make earphone and gadget cases with these fabrics. Love them.

Susan Bates said...

I would make book covers and notebooks with them. It is adorable fabric

Tiffany said...

These would make a super cute little girl's tote or backpack!

Gill said...

I'd make a picnic quilt!

Pat V. said...

Some bits would be saved for I Spy quilts, but I'd definitely make a new reader cover.

barbara woods said...

i need a new bags , thanks

Karen Caves said...

I would make several bags for my daughter and friends for the last day of school.

Aleesa said...

I'd use it to make some fabric baskets for my daughter's room. :)

Ruth Arroyo said...

I will would use them to make accent pillows for my teen daughter.

Melissa @ Missouri Mel said...

Very cool. Fun! These would be great for economy blocks and things like that. Fingers crossed!

Jo said...

I would make quilt as you go backpacks for my grands

Peaches1003 said...

These say boxy bag to me!! Oh and how funny would they be as an iPad case?

Jessica said...

This fabric is so cute. I think I would make a fun bag for my little sister.

Reb Thack said...

I would make a surprise gift for a friend from Grad school I haven't seen in far to long!

headovmetal said...

I would make a messenger bag and other small pouches with leftover fabric.

piccoLINA said...

I would make some bags and pouches!
Love this fabric!

Paola

Jodi said...

I would make a some earbud pouches and a messenger bag.

delaineelliott said...

I would make a bunch of fun totes and bags. Thanks for the give away!

tlittle said...

This fabric is so fun! It reminds me of my sister, I'd have to make a tote for her for sure! Thanks for the chance!

Unknown said...

make a messenger bag

Tommi said...

I would use them to make fabric bins.

Linda said...

HI,NEAT FABRIC COLLECTION!
I'D PROBABLY MAKE NEW TOTES FOR US GIRLS! THANKS FOR SHARING!

cobaltt16@yahoo.com

P Bybee said...

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I would love to make a purse or a wallet! Or maybe a quilt for a mug rug or a placemat!

Carmen said...

I'd love to make a half-square triangle quilt!

sally said...

I think I'd make place mats, but would want to buy more fabric so I could make pillow cases.

nicolesender said...

I'm sewing an I Spy quilt and would love to use this fabric in it.

Mokki said...

I think I would make day sized purses with metal purse frames and shoulder straps. They have a great retro feel so it would really appeal friends in my generation.

Suzanne said...

These are so colorful - they would make a great tote bag set.

Jennifer Gainey said...
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Jennifer Gainey said...

I would TOTALLY make skirts for my daughter and my nieces MAN! :) Then I would take one of the other patterns, make a music note applique and place it on a solid shirt. Making each one different! I can already see it in my mind! :)

Danica Reed said...

I would make cute retro pillows for my niece's bedroom and make a skirt or two!

mary carey said...

I would give most of the fabric to my neighbors daughter who is a good friend of mine. She just got a sewing machine for Xmas. I know she will do wonders with it. Up and coming fashion

Megan Lamb said...

I am a music teacher who just finished her first quilt, this looks like quilt number two for me!!

Rebecca Wilson said...

Would love to win this fabric. Tote bags perhaps??

Barb F said...

hmm... thinking a purse or pouches? Pillows? Lap quilt. the fabric is so pretty it would need to the showcase of any project

Joan H. said...

Great fabrics! I think it would be wonderful for tote bags or pillows

AngieSue said...

My pre-teen would definitely claim these and want a bag, pouch, and pencil case!

Juanita Ramirez said...

I'd sew up a little quilt for my girls. Then use the scraps for dolls!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I would make some pillow covers for my young nephew!

Mrs Quinn said...

I would make a funky quilt or funky skirt for my daughter.

Kathy Davis said...

I would add the fabric into the I Spy quilts that I make for local charity fundraisers.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Julia Floyd said...

I would make a dress for my niece!

DeborahGun said...

I would make a tote bag!

Margaret said...

I see tote bags for me and my grand daughter. Love it.

Ashley Annen said...

I would make a throw quilt for a friends daughter. How cute are those little cassette tapes?!

jamiecx84 said...

Make some adorable things for my one year old, like tagged blankets and loveys :)