Monday, September 1, 2014

Fabricworm Giveaway: Leah Duncan's Gramercy in Nightfall

 Hello Fabricworms! I hope you have all had a wonderful Labor Day weekend with your families. While your all getting over your relaxing holiday, be sure to enter for our new giveaway. This week we are giving away a free fat quarter bundle of Leah Duncan's Gramercy in Nightfall. Enter to win!











This collection will take you directly into an urban cityscape with an elegant palette of azure, marigold & black, Gramercy captures the shimmering lights, aerial views & the circuitry underneath it all to create a metropolitan enchantment.



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This giveaway ends on Sunday 9/7 @ 12 pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.






155 comments:

Shari said...

This fabric line is well suited to apparel...and am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the knits...while I "make do" with the cottons.

justmanette said...

I'd love to make a clutch! Beautiful prints!

Lieve Ongenae said...

wouldn't it be nice to win this beautiful bundle!

judys said...

these would be perfect for a messenger bag for my city living son!

Ryder Royalty said...

Not sure exactly what but something for myself! ;)

Alison said...

A quilt would be awesome!

Bluefigquilts said...

I would pet it and admire it for a time, then make a quilt with it..

DebraKay Neiman said...

I would make bags or tote. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Lynne said...

The things I could make with the beautiful fabric!!

b said...

a new quilt!

Mumsy said...

I would make a new tote bag/purse.

Lisa Figenschou said...

Lovely collection!

Debra B. said...

I would make a tote bag or table runner, maybe placemats to match.

Cheryl said...

I would have to ponder for a time what special thing I could make with it -- so lovely. A bag comes instantly to mind.

Kristy said...

Sew for my daughter, thanks! :)

Annie said...

It's so lovely I'd have to stroke it for a while before deciding what I'd use it for :-)

Barbe said...

something with stars, the lv print is perfect!!

lilpurplebat said...

Some napkins or some baby things for a new mommy I know. :)

Asha Evins said...

I would have some maxaloones made.

Linda said...

I would put them together to make a wonderful quilted laptop cover/travel bag.

Sophie Menet said...

Love this fabrics

Kathy said...

I would make a really cute Carrier/tote for my new Tablet I just got. This fabric would also make some really cute modern placemats or a cute table runner. Thanks so much for this great giveaway! :)

shayne said...

QUILT!!

Ashley said...

Would love to win this

Vanessa said...

I think Id start on Christmas gifts for the young ladies in our family and make Tech/Zipper Bags :-)

vbehymer at gmail

Elena said...

I think I would incorporate this bundle into a new lap quilt for fall!

Janae Easton at Platypus File said...

So pretty, I would use the fabric in some project bags that I am working on.

Reader Owl said...

Always love Leah Duncan designs, and this collection is no exception. Win!

Darlee Byron said...

These fabrics would be my inspiration to design a new quilt!

Jeanette said...

I'd probably use it for a bag, although there's a quilt pattern in wanting to try that needs a cool modern print set like this one!

Crickets Corner said...

some of it for a bag and the rest for small gifts.

Suzanne said...

I think it would become a lap quilt! Beautiful fabrics!

HotThommolly said...

I love everything about this bundle!

Alesha Klein said...

Beautiful fabric for a tote.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

Karen said...

Would love to do a quilt with this!

Kelly said...

I think this fabric would make a beautiful bag -- maybe a 241 tote?

Krista English said...

I'd make bags, scarves, pillows...

Judy Mock said...

Really great clothes for ME!

Mary Jusinski said...

Not typical of any fabrics I have. Love them!

Kitty said...

I would make a quilt with these fat quarters, although I'd be tempted to try my first hand at garment sewing to make my daughter a dress, too!

scottylover said...

I would make a new bag for me!

Sandy A

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Jessica Sheridan said...

love it!

Renee said...

Quilty things, mostly likely.

Rose Sabey said...

love to make purses, thee are several I would love to make with these fabrics!

Cynthia Weeks said...

I think the cross body bag tutorial on SewCanShe, would be cute with these fabrics.

Cari said...

I would make some foldover clutches for christmas presents, or bridesmaid gifts

Linda said...

HI,I think I'd make new totes for all the daughters! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

FreyaL said...

Do not know yet now but I am sure I will find some projects to make with these fabrics!

Joshy'sNan said...

There are some gorgeous fabrics there.

barbara woods said...

i would use them in a grandchilds quilt

Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

Gorgeous fabric, Looks to me like some beautiful bags could be made.

Gill said...

A quilt for my daughter!

Marie Velez said...

I want this so much!!!! Lovely fabrics

jellybean said...

Loving this fabric. i would make a mini wall quilt or is that a fold-over clutch in one of the photos i would make that too.

Ang Baker said...

I love the mix of prints and colours, so beautiful

valerie boudier said...

Lovely fabric - think I'd make a bag
valerie.boudier@ntlworld.com

rockflowerkrystal said...

i would make a bag!

Rachel said...

Just love fabric...I would probably keep it in my stash until the right occasion.

Rachel said...
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barefootT said...

skirts for grand daughters, a few tote bags.

Melanie said...

Skirt or dress for my baby girl

Lozzen said...

Really beautiful

Janet Doyle said...

Wonderful fabric. Perfect for so many things! So many things to make and so little time! LOL

Unknown said...

Maybe a quilt or some classy clothes for my baby girl

Djoek said...

I would make a bag or a skirt!

Tracy Chin said...

Love this line... so many possibilities!

Diane said...

I have a bag pattern I've been looking for the right fabric for and I think this is it!

lafilleenecosse said...

oh the possibilities!!!

Janie said...

I would have to make a quillow. Beautiful fabric.

Renee DiPippo said...

i would make some cool curtains... love the gradation of colors!

Rosa said...

Another fabulous bundle.Thanks for the chance!

Vicki H said...

I would make some zippy pouches.

Toohey said...

Thanks for the giveaway! This fabric is perfect for either a lap quilt or a nice tote bag. Thanks!

Joyce said...

One can never have too many bags.......

Tana said...

Bags or a quilt. Love the clutch from the look book though!

Bunny Wilson said...

My standard answer has always been to make a quilt, but I'm branching out now to purses and bags.

Dianne W said...

A lap quilt for my new lounge would be great, I love the colours in Gramercy.

Pauline Perry said...

I would like to make a quilt with these gorgeous fabrics.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Adtski31 said...

I would make a cute bag!

Mtclifford said...

What a great bundle! Thanks for the chance to win!

Margaret said...

I would love a bag out of these colors

NanC said...

Beautiful fabrics. Either a quilt or a few purses

Amanda Smith said...

AI'd like to make a tote bag with these gorgeous fabrics.

Sherry Fram said...

Skirt for my granddaughter and Christmas gifts for friends.

1000scarves said...

I think these gorgeous patterns would look fabulous as various bags! Perhaps a clutch ...or five? Yes please!

PK Sews said...

I would use these in a quilt. Thanks!

PK Sews said...

I would use these in a quilt. Thanks!

Shanna J. Ryan said...

I see a clutch and some zipper pouches!

aiah23 said...

I'm pretty sure I'd use these to make myself a fun lap quilt :)

Fawn

Allison C said...

I would make a quilt for myself

Rose Sabey said...

pillows, a quilt perhaps

Mary Ihla said...

I love the geometrics in this collection and would make a quilted tote bag for my daughter, who is returning to college as she turns 40.

Carina said...

I would make a quilt for our sofa

Emilym said...

Free fabric...yippee!

Lynne Tilley said...

I'm kind of on a roll right now making smaller items, like baby bibs, pillows, zipper bags, clutches, etc. I could make a quilt, but I'm really having fun with the smaller things now....

Holly E said...

I would love to make a cute clutch.

Guppymomma said...

Quilted pillows!

Michele T said...

I would make a lap quilt for my daughter because these fabrics are her style perfectly!!!

Patricia George-Lezama said...

I am learning to quilt so it obviously be some new blocks.

Bellamy said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

Karen Thurn said...

It would be used for a quilt and maybe some pouches. Thanks for the giveaway. kthurn@bektel.com

Laura Watt said...

I really need to make a little girl a dress.

The Junk-It Folk said...

Not on Facebook, but love the fabric!

Michelle@factotum-of-arts.com said...

I would design my own quilt and use the fabric.

Janice said...

This fabric would make some beautiful clutches, checkbook covers, eyeglass cases....just thinking Christmas presents! Thanks for the giveaway.

GranChris said...

I love the fabric so I know I will make a quilt.

leebaby said...

I'd love to make a throw to cuddle up with on cold winter nights with those awesome prints.

Carolyn said...

I would make a table runner for my diningroom with these beautiful fabrics.

sandra said...

I'd love to make a clutch and bag

Sharon Eshlaman said...

I'd make a tote bag. Any fabric complimented with black gets my attention - love it!
skeshlaman@comcast.net

sue I said...

very unique designs and colors lots of ideas for creations

DeborahGun said...

I would love to make a patchwork skirt.

Christine said...

I would make a vest in a crazy quilt sort of fabric placement and then I would stitch and embroider over it. Sounds a bit odd but I made one before and whenever I wore it I got lots of positive comments.

Laura McFall said...

I love the blazer, but a fq isn't enough for one of those.... hmmm... maybe a patchwork blazer? At least a purse/tote. A quilt would be good, but then I couldn't share it with the world. If I'm 'wearing' it - everybody gets to see it!

Mandy @msbookleaf said...

I think I'd make some patchwork panels for a tote bag.

Lindsay Overbey said...

That clutch is super cute! I think i'd have to make one of those or a bag of some sort for Fall. I'd love to win. Thanks! :)

Rebecca said...

Would love to use them for a cover for my sewing machine!

Tamie said...

This is one of the few lines that has spoken to me recently. I'd love to make a new throw sized quilt.

Maggie said...

Lovely colors

kimberly said...

little itty bitty baby dresses! <3

AdinB said...

I will be making clothes for the little ones. :) It would be awesome to win this. Thanks!

Catskill Quilter said...

I would make a table topper for a table in the livingroom.

Ruth Hope said...

Quilt! Gorgeous!!

Alex said...

probably a bag or clutch of some kind

~*Jessica*~ said...

One can never have too many quilts. Or Bags.

mom said...

Classy material!

Whitney Leonard said...

So cute. I love Leah's designs.

1000scarves said...

So many gorgeous fabrics to choose from! :)

Dakila said...

Love this fabrics! <3

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

These would make a great quilt!

Ksewsandtells said...

a quilt or a bag or a tunic. The possibilities as they say are endless!

Susan Paxton said...

These fabrics are so awesome! I would incorporate them into a gorgeous quilt.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Gorgeous!! I would make a diamonds in diamond quilt.

Ali said...

I'd actually pick out my couple favorite prints and get enough extra for an anna maria horner shirt pattern I have!

bleonard02@tampabay.rr.com said...

Lovely fabrics. I can see a nice lap sized quilt/table runners, tote bag in the future for this!

Kristina Kozubal-Manson said...

What WOULDN'T I make with it?!!! A quilt. A pretty blouse. An adorable dress! And gifts!!!

carly hamill said...

I see some awesome gender-neutral fabrics in there! I would make baby gifts for all of the babies that my friends keep deciding to have!

Debbie Weishaar said...

Make a quilt, table runner, bags, etc. So many lovely things I could make that it's hard to narrow down to just one right now. Thanks for the chance to win.

Rutabaga said...

I love it! I would use some for a quilt for my son and others for some bags. Or a weekender!

Whistling Dunes said...

tons of cute stuff!

LissaG said...

Gorgeous fabric! And Gramercy Park is one of my favourite places.

Stacia, Paper Swallow Events said...

I would make a super awesome bag!

lfhpueblo said...

I'd love to make me a shirt with these beautiful designs in Leah Duncan's Gramercy in Nightfall.

Kelly Wilson said...

I have a new bag pattern that would be perfect! Thanks! Notwendy gmail

MotherCrafter said...

Make a quilt for sure!

JMM said...

This fabric is fantastic!

Rita McCart said...

been looking for some fabric to match some I had, now I can start my quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

Keliesha said...

I'd make something beautiful for myself!

Keliesha said...

I'd make something nice for myself.

Lynne said...

I'd like to show it off in a wall hanging.

Mary Mac said...

This fabric would make wonderful totes.

Lotte van der Linden said...

A fresh modern quilt for a certain young urban person I happen to know and who is in desperate need of a hipster-quilt.

Andrea Jayne said...

I'm not sure exactly what, but I would make something fun for the kids...maybe a cute bag.

Tonya M said...

I have so many fat quarter projects planned but some Christmas presents would be first. Cell phone holders.