Waverly Contest

26 Jul

It’s kinda funny now that I am super slacking on my blog- lots of free goodies are coming my way.  Next up is a chance for y’all to win $1,000 in Waverly fabric and a $250 Jo-Ann gifts card.

For  now it is my turn to do the winning =)

I got two yards of fabric in the mail and here is what it looks like:


I think free fabric might be cooler than free books

Now in order to win a $100 gift card to Jo-Anns for myself I must be one of the three bloggers who comes up with the “most unique project.”  I have absolutely no idea what I am going to make yet.  Any ideas?  Is that cheating if I ask you lovely people for good ideas =)  Hope not

Maybe you need to save your excellent idea so you can win the grand prize.  So get your creative minds cranking because you will all get a chance to win from Sept 1 to Sept 22.

My project must be posted on my blog between Sept 1 and Sept 5- hopefully I can get my act together before then.  Haven’t exactly sewn anything since the little man was born.

Good luck to us all.

4 Responses to “Waverly Contest”

  1. Cathy Schroeder July 26, 2013 at 6:06 pm #

    Okay, this freebie I would take! When I first looked at the fabric I see it on a cork board or as a ribbon board. I also see it covering a cardboard box or big cardboard initials of your kids. I also want to make this a big banner that says Happy Birthday that I can hang out on the porch hooks when we celebrate birthdays. Some cool accent colors done in a cool font would look superb. I would topstitch them down with some fun accent thread and cool stitches. That’s all I got! Could always make a big poof or floor pillow but that’ not too original is it?

  2. Emily Koch July 26, 2013 at 9:22 pm #

    I think a fall table runner or fun throw pillows would be fun! Otherwise make some soft dice cubes with them (Karis gave me some when I had Rebecca) and we still have them and love them!

  3. Mary July 27, 2013 at 7:01 am #

    The fabric looks like a bee hive to me. What if you make a magnetic message type board, and have the magnets be little bees? Now remember, I’m not the creative one here…

  4. Jackie August 1, 2013 at 12:04 am #

    I can see using this as a fun basket with funky raw edge flosers

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