Windham Fabrics announces Natalie Barnes as a part of the Fabric Design Family!

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Road to California Countdown Giveaway - Day 4

it's a giveaway!

we're continuing with our 

Road to California Countdown


thanks to
we're continuing the giveaway with this lovely bundle
of fat quarters
we used these yummy fabrics to make a new version of our pattern

POST AND BEAM

Studio Stash 3 and Studio Stash Yarn Dyes
by Jennifer Sampou
for Robert Kaufman

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and please answer the following question

have you ever made a quilt
using different types of fabrics?
yarn dye and printed
linen and cotton
lawn and lawn?
and
were you happy with the results of your efforts?

we want to hear from you!!!

we'll be posting through tuesday nite of next week
that's seven straight days of giveaways

be.do.create.
natalie.


fine print:  shipping to US addresses only for this series
all seven winners will be announced on Wednesday 20 January 16
is proud to be a sponsor at the Road to California quilters conference

we will be in booth 312/314
and we'll see you on Thursday



27 comments:

Darci Bodin said...

Love your booth @ Road to California. Always upbeat, great samples and terrific staff.

Judy Fowler said...

I have the pattern, all I need is the fabric.

Leah said...

I've made a number of memory quilts with various fabrics

Leah said...

I've made a number of memory quilts with various fabrics

GranChris said...

I have made lots of mixed poly-cotton or poly-knit quilts without any problems. Never tried linen.

alicuz quilts said...

I have made a table topper and a wall hanging mixed Cotten and Essex linen and loved the result. I follow you on Instagram and FB. See you at Road2CA next Saturday.

Diana said...

Have used cotton and minky and cotton and flannel. Never seemed to have any problems.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Janet said...

I've just quilted with cotton fabrics...these are gorgeous - I'd love to have them!!

And you know I follow you on all 3!

Thanks for the chance ... see you Thursday!

Patty Flynn said...

I have made wall hanging quilts with cotton, flannel and wool. Also have used a few upholstery type fabrics. Lots of cotton or flannel quilts backed with Minky. Sad to miss you next week. Will you be at Quilt Con? Follow on FB

anna brown said...

I follow you on bloglovin and facebook and pinterest..........but sorry i dont have a cell phone.............Ok i made a quilt with different kinds of fabric curtain,silk satin.cord..I Called it my queen victorian lap quilt and gave it to my friend she loved it....I seen it in a book it was kinda like a crazy quilt but very very heavy.....happyness04431@yahoo.com....

modernmanson said...

I follow on Facebook IG and Pinterest. Not been too successful mixing but maybe I haven't found the right combo.

Cecilia said...

I follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. I've made a quilt using batiks and printed fabric before and it worked out okay. I love the quilt and would love to see a closer look at the quilting. It looks gorgeous!

Vicki H said...

I don't do IG, but follow you with email, FB and Pinterest. I have made many quilts with cotton and poly/cotton blend and have had no problems. I have also made several flannel and denim rag quilts.

Linda said...

NEAT GIVEAWAYS! HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON FB+PINTEREST+BLOG LOVIN'!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Jan said...

All of my quilts have been made of cotton. Haven't tried mixing it up, yet. These are gorgeous, thank for the chance to win!

goecker said...

Love the quilting on the beautiful quilt, can't be there, too0 far. I will enjoy following on blog emails however.

quiltzyx said...

I have used different types of fabrics...well, MATERIALS anyway. I used aluminum foil in one of my favorites! I follow you on Facebook & now on Instagram too (I started on IG today) and Twitter too.

Allison CB said...

I love mixing fabric types - challenging but satisfying to blend fibers! Just started learning to felt so that is fun too!!!

PK Sews said...

Hi Natalie! I follow you on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. I've made some art quilts with different types of fabric, and I love the results!

Denny1600 said...

I made a little quilt with cotton, flannel, corduroy. IT WAs a texture quilt for my dad who had Alzheimer's. No problems putting it together. My dad had it with him most of the time. He could fold it up small enough to fit in his pocket. Then he'd take it out and run his hands over it. Then he'd fold it up again and repeat the process.

Evette Barry said...

Hi Natalie,
I follow on fb and your blog. I have been experimenting with alternate fabrics - specifically I challenged myself to do this in 2015. I used shot cotton and also linen. I didn't love the way shot cotton sewed - it frays madly but did give a wonderful textural quality to the quilt. Regarding linen - I am a BIG fan now. I will be using a lot of linen in my future projects. Thanks for asking and keep the good conversation going.

Jinger said...

I follow you on FB, IG, Pinterest and Bloglovin'. I'm still a newbie and trying to get the basics down, so I haven't branched out into using different fabrics yet.

jackiero said...

Your "Post and Beam" quilt is beautiful!
I follow y'all by email and FB.
So far, the only fabrics I've used in my quilts has been cotton and wool (for applique). I'm curious how the yarn dye, linens and lawns relate to wear and wash as cottons do?

Robin T said...

I recently purchased a piece of cotton lawn fabric to try. I haven't decided on a quilt to use it in. I'm following you on Pinterest and Instagram.

czwomack said...

I'm thinking about buying rayon squares from Jams World. They are 10 inches square and typical Jams world designs. I think they would work with post and beam.

LoveSewHard said...

I follow you on all three locations plus on bloglovin! I have made a quilt using some corduroy but I would really love to make some quilts using Essex linnen and experimenting with lawn and other types of fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway. I am keeping my fingers crossed!

natalie. beyond the reef said...

Thank you everyone for following and for the good idea comments! I let the Road to California helpers vote on comments....they loved hearing from you too!!!

DENNY1600 is the winner of this giveaway!!! Please email me or send me a note from the website link....