Monday, 30 April 2012

who wants some Brrr?

GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!


Last week I showed you this quilt that is in the current issue of Fat Quarterly (Issue 9, Kids). Ginger (he's 6) and I made it together as a gift for his teacher. I also mentioned I'd be giving away a bundle of the same fabrics, didn't I?

Many Hands

I suppose I should get on with that giveaway, shouldn't I?

One person will win a FQ stack of the whole Brrr line, courtesy of Robert Kaufman Fabrics. It's not even in shops yet, it's out in June, so you will be one of the lucky few that get their paws on it early (geddit? Like polar bear paws. I kill myself with my hilariousness).

Brrr!

Laurie designs awesome fabric. This is technically a Christmassy line, but so unlike any other Christmassy line I've seen before. There's nothing that really screams Christmas about it, except the red and green, and the polar bears hint towards winter. The lacy doily print looks like snowflakes, but really wouldn't look out of place all year around. And the retro Scandi looking flowers are just awesome.

manyhandsfull3

So, for your chance what do you need to do?

Heck, just leave a comment. I'm not one for hoop jumping. Maybe tell me what you'd make with it, or which of Laurie's fabrics do you love best? I'm rather fond of her newest line, Next Stop London. Maybe that's because I'm English? I've got a pile of that waiting to be made into some gifts for my roomies at the Fat Quarterly retreat (that gave the game away, didn't it? It's ok - they don't read my blog, I'm almost sure of it. They're sick to death of me on a daily basis via email, so they sure as heck don't want to listen to my droning on over here as well).
So there you go - leave a comment, just the one, for a chance to win the FQ bundle. Make sure there's a way to contact you in the comment too, and I'll let the random number generator pick a winner in one week (Tuesday May 8th)


Giveaway closed!!!

Good luck!


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Myra said...

How fun! I'd love some Brrr! fabric! I'd love to make a snugly winter quilt that my kids and I can snuggle under while I read them a good book.

Kelsey said...

I'd use it to make a wintery throw quilt for our couch

Sew Festive said...

I just got some of Laurie's llamas from her Etsy shop and they are to-die-for cute. You can put llamas and polar bears into the same pillow, right? I'd imagine llamas aren't really to polar bear taste as they're a little too furry and gamey as compared to their normal seal dinners.

Danielle Coolbear Jenkins said...

I'd probably make something for my 3 little Coolbears - my sons. Maybe some stockings for Christmas this year and maybe something for my mum - her b'day is the week before Xmas and she's a Coolbear too. danielle@djcoolbear.co.uk

Vanessa said...

How cute!
I think I'd make...a table runner & some pot holders...could make great Christmas hostess gifts!

Liz Taylor said...

lovely! i would make a winter time quilt for the couch :)

Rebecca said...

This would make a cozy quilt for our couch in the Winter :)

patchworkdelights said...

Me me (frantically waving arm) I would love some, could make a Christmas table runner, using my fav the wonky star!!! Ok putting my arm down now!

Flying Blind... said...

Love these - and love Laurie's Llamas, even though the panel one looks like an ex-boyfriend!

Vio said...

I love those polar bears. They immediately make me think of my sister. She's had a love affair with the Coca Cola bear since I can remember. I would definitely use the bundle to make her a little throw. Thanks for the chance!

Heather D. said...

I'd love to win some of this fabric. Thanks for the chance!

Donna -Little Tiny Stitches said...

OOoooo, I'd love to be in with a chance for winning the fabrics please!

I love her new next stop london line too.
And I will make a quilt very similar to your one for a very special little girl I have in mind!

Have a happy week! x

Jessica said...

I have just been crushing on this fabric. I like the doily prints and the bear is really sweet. It would make a really great quilt for one of my boys... the cobbler's kids always go barefoot, you know! PS I love the quilt pattern... simple, graphic, fun and kids hands!!!

Linda said...

Two friends' grandchildren due in July and September so two baby quilts to make. These fabrics would be brilliant for those projects.
Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

Jo said...

Yes please! Hmmm, I'd definitely use some of the bear prints in a quilt I plan to make for my best friend's first baby. And I'm on a massive bag making kick at the mo so maybe some co-ordinating inner/outers...and a coin purse...

Alice said...

eeek, you know how much I want this, it would be perfect for my secret project, not much help I guess, but it would be epic! (channelling my inner 10 year old there!)

Katie said...

I love those hand prints- are they Gingers? a fab quilt and the teacher will love it. if I win I may need to steal that idea!

Sew,ray,me said...

Oh I'd love to enter thank you!
I'd probably save it for Xmas and use it for making fabric gift bags (they could then be reused for toys, decorations etc)

Shevvy said...

I'm not a fan of Christmas lines they always seem a bit limiting but this could be used for anything.

Anonymous said...

Me! Me! Pick me.
Polar bears and Canada go hand in hand, don't you think? I was thinking a quilt for winter, lined with minky or cuddly backing....

Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Diane

cameldiva at yahoo dot ca

grendelskin said...

Yummy! Looks like stockings and table topper, maybe placemats too. Nah, I'd probably revert to type and make a quilt. Love your borders!

Mom2RyandSis said...

Great quilt! Jack and Jenny is my favorite :) Thanks for the chance to win!

thecalicocorner said...

I absolutely LOVE those polar bears!!! I know one little boy who would love them, too!!

~Michelle~ said...

I agree 100% that Brrr is Christmasy without being Christmasy! Love this line, but the Donkies/Wellies is my favorite of Lauries!

Amy said...

A Christmas quilt is on my to-do list, and I love polar bears! Thanks for the chance to win such cute fabric.

Diann said...

With Brr I would make a quilt.

Suburban Stitcher said...

I don't have any of her fabrics (yet) but I've been thinking I should...cause she's a fellow Texan!

Bobbi Bullard said...

I've been playing with cut-edge designs on the embroidery machine, using the cut-edge as pocket tops. So... this fabric would make a great pieced bag with the pocket made from the turquoise snowflakey fabric as the pocket with a cut edge design embroidered across the top.

Courtney said...

Just the perfect not too Christmassy line to make the winter couch quilt that has been on my quilt bucket list for way too long! Thanks!

diane said...

I'm loving your hands quilt! I've been planning to snag some Brrr when it comes out--we do 12 Days of Christmas each year for a family that needs a little something, and I usually start with a quilt that they can snuggle under throughout the season! This would be so adorable for that! Thanks!

Julie said...

Love it so much. Laurie, I think, is pretty much my favourite designer. Llama is my favourite print (at the moment!) - I'm making the big scale print into a cushion for my husband who used to work in Peru, and it's where we met too! Juliex

Isisjem said...

I would make a table runner for Winter and seasonal usage. I would probably do this over the jubilee weekend when all the fun people are at the retreat and I'm not booo hooo

Toni said...

I love how this line is not in-your-face Christmasy! I also adore her llamas and the donkeys in boots. She's so fun!

Denise in PA said...

I would love to make a quilt just like this one with Brrr! Such a cute line! o:)

Carol said...

Love the fabric! I would make some type of quilt that I could use as a Christmas and winter quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

2e6992bc-a86b-11e0-8ce6-000bcdcb8a73 said...

Love Brr so much. I just can't waitttttt. I also love the dogs in trucks fabric. Still can't bring myself to cut into it.
crlwilkie@aol.com

Katy Cameron said...

Oooh, oooh, oooh, me, me, me! I 'm a bear maker, I *NEED* these bears... :oD

Thanks for the chance to win :o)

Rachel said...

Ooh, I would love to win this! I have a couple of tiny pieces of the handprinted versions of two of those prints, but I would love to make a big quilt, with bigger pieces, obviously!! Fingers crossed...
R x

strandkorbtraum said...

I couldn't say what I would do with it yet ... I will some day see a pattern and remember - hey you've got that great fabric in that box that would fit perfectly.
Thanks for the chance.

Meg said...

Hhmm, I think I would make some cheery place mats that could be used year round. The polar bear fabric would be used in a winter themed table runner.
megromeo@gmail.com

Jenelle said...

There are so many fun Christmasy project I would love to make with these, but I really am in need of a tree skirt. Thanks for the chance!

Little Pincushion said...

Love this fabric! Would love to make a Christmas throw for our couch. Thanks for the chance!!

tara said...

I asked my LQS and they are not goin to carry this line. Bummer. I really like it because it isnt traditional Christmasy fabric.

Jennifer said...

I totally love this collection and would be stoked to win!

Ann said...

Love what you did with your quilt. I am in need of a Christmas/winter quilt so that is what I would make. And maybe some reusable bags for wrapping presents.

Sam Fenton-Murrin said...

Love that fabric! I'd make a quilt to snuggle under during the cold winter months...brrrrr!

Joella said...

I think my daughter would love this fabric! i would use it to help her with some sewing projects! Maybe her first full-size blanket!

Melissa P said...

It's so nice to see a seasonal collection that isn't strictly seasonal. I have a niece/nephew on the way as well as a new grandniece/grandnephew. This would be great for a baby quilt with matching diaper bag. Thanks for the chance to win!

ARaDA said...

I'd love to win this beautiful fabric, thanks for the chance,
Anne

B Greene said...

I just adore this fabric! I would make a winter napping quilt to use by the fire because it would keep things bright and cheery! Thanks for the chance to win!

CitricSugar said...

I've been dying to get "my paws" on this stuff! I'm thinking some cool Christmas fort for my nephew. Yeah, I'd make something like that. Or some other winter-related toy. Or stash it like a mad hoarder breaking it out every now and then to pet it and call it my precious....

Ramona said...

Awwwe, thanks for the chance to win. I think the colors in this collection are great and would love a chance to play with the fabrics. As I said in the previous post on this quilt, I love what you have done with this quilt. Wonderful keepsake!

April said...

Oooh, I've been swooning over this fabric as soon as I saw it a couple of months ago on another blog. It's oh so cute without being too kiddish, and I do love that it is Christmas-y without actually being Christmas fabric. I think that I would probably make some reusable gift bags with it, to stay in our family of course.

Leigh Anne said...

So cute! I think I would use this to make a quilt for my sister's new home :)

Leigh Anne

Martina said...

Oh, wow, this are really lovely fabrics. And your quilt looks so beautiful. I think I also would make a quilt. Perhaps even a zigzag one?

Lisa said...

I'd so love to make a warm quilt to cuddle in.. it'd go with my other wintery quilt i made when I was in grade 11!

Dearly love the polar bears (or any thing winter animal related!)

Barbara Konkle said...

Either a cute quilt or reusable gift bags to put under the tree! :-)

beth lehman said...

i have no idea what i would do except hoard them!!!! actually, several years back (b/c i loathe wrapping and wasting wrapping paper) i started wrapping prezzies with fabric - using pins and ribbons to secure the fabric. we reuse the fabric each year - anything that is green-ish or red-ish works. i keep thinking i'd like to use the fabric to make christmas bags - like jen's drawstring bags (incolororder). so, i'd use it for gift wrapping in some fashion - picture all that fabric under a tree!!

drmithome said...

Love, love. Not sure of what I would make but a Winter/Christmas tote might be fun.

Christine said...

I love this fabric, I'd make a quilt for my nephew as a xmas present

Elisabeth Woo said...

I'd make drawstring bags. :)

Sue Bone said...

I wish I was your roomie. I hope Tikki has some of the for sale.

Cristi said...

Cute fabric! I really like the Next Stop London though! My boys would love all of those vehicles and I love London. Really cute stuff!

Alisa said...

Pillows. I'd love to have them all over the couch for the holidays. The colors are so pretty. Thanks for the give away chance.

Louby Lou said...

Winter fabrics in Spring should feel wrong, but oddly appropriate concidering all the rain!!

I think I'd make a cute set of bunting.

Sfredette said...

ooooh, maybe a christmas throw, or something special, just for me. No sharing polar bears!

Oh, and I love Laurie's new line coming out soon, Perched. So cute!

Bethe said...

Squeal! I've wanted to make a Christmas quilt for years but have never loved Christmas fabric - all of it looks old lady-ish. This fabric is so fresh and fun, I would probably make SEVERAL Christmas quilts as gifts out of it.

Lee said...

Brrr is soo cute and I can't wait to get my hands on some Next Stop London (as I will be visiting for the first time next month...Sooo excited). Since I am a quilty kind of girl, I would be making a nice holiday quilt out of the Brrr.

Audrie said...

I don't think it was a line but the fabric with the llamas is silly and insanely cute.

Linda R. said...

I would adore som Brrrrrr!! I too love the upcoming Next Stop London. So adorable!

Penny Hankey said...

What a great present for a teacher, I am sure she/he will treasure it. I think I would make a little quilt for my granddaughter. Got my copy of your book from Amazon the other day - it's really fabulous.

Leigh said...

How about wintery quilted hand muffs as Christmas presents for all my friends?!

Cheers, Leigh xx

kgaa8183 at doctors dot org dot uk

Prof. S said...

Ooooo, lovely! This line is so cute! Of Laurie's designs, I have to say that I have special affection for the llamas and flap hats, since my 3-year-old currently wears a flap hat about 22 hours of every day :)

Thanks for hosting the sweet giveaway, Katy!

Robin noteverstill said...

I think that bear offering up a flower is the sweetest little guy!!

Robin noteverstill said...

I think that bear offering up a flower is the sweetest little guy!!

stephmabry said...

I love this line! I'm not much for super-Christmasy things, but this is right up my alley. (Those cartoon polar bears? srsly. SQUEE!). I'd love to piece a quilt from this to festoon upon my couch.

Janelle said...

I have friends that work at Coca-Cola and have been placed on the polar bear project to help save the polar bears. I would love to use this fabric to make them a quilt and donate it to them. I think having them hang it up in the office would help give them inspiration that we all care about saving the polar bears.

Cheryl Gomez said...

I love this line! Thank you for the giveaway!

Trash said...

Brrrrrrrrrrilliant idea Missus Monkey. I think I would do something with different sized rectangles making up abigger one. (I presume there is a technical name for this pattern/layoutand I am just too dopey to remember it!)

Rebecca said...

LoVe this line! I'd make placemats! Thanks for the chance!

jacholm said...

I would love to make a table runner and place mat settings for the table. It would look great all year round.

Bethany said...

I think I'd make a Christmas tree skirt. Or stockings. Or I'd fussy cut and make some kind of "scenic" quilt......
sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

Bethany said...

Ahh! It's awesome, yup, I want it. :) I'd make a quilt, this time maybe one that requires very little measuring - just got done with a very large, complicated project!

I Plead Quilty! said...

Exciting! I think I would have to use part of the FQ bundle to make a charity quilt.

JuneBug said...

Awesome quilt! I love the handprints.

The bears on this line are wonderful, and I agree - the pallette doesn't scream Christmas, which for me is a good thing ;)

AmandaA said...

I would love some Brrr - just adore those polar bears. And I love Laurire's Llamas too - they'd both make gorgeous kids' quilts.

Penny said...

First ~ a guilt for me, so neat that the Brrr line could be a Christmas quilt yet used all yr,then an apron for my friend ~ she'll love the fabric!! Thanx!
QuiltinghollidayATaolDOTcom

Kelly said...

i love this fabric & think my six year old would too!

Michellekeenlyne said...

Ohh, me me!! I love this line! I think this line is my favorite.

Sarah said...

Love the doily prints especially :-) I just had to check out what Hadley was talking about with the Llamas.... I now have a new love....

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Oh what gorgeous fabric...wouldn't it make good gift bags! Please count me in :o)

Catie said...

Love the fabric line! It makes a wonderful quilt and would be fun as a table runner. Thanks for the giveaway!

Deanie said...

Love how the circles pop on the border, it's a beauty. Thanks for the giveaway. deanie dot dreams at gmail dot com

Tammy said...

ooo yes please! I would make a lovely snuggly winter Quilt for my boys to snuggle in

Fran said...

Yes please, fabulous, might even get something made in time for this Christmas ;-)

Archie the wonder dog said...

It's gorgeous fabric! I'd add it to the fabric I've been collecting and make a Christmas Cherry Star.

Erzebat said...

hiyall,
stunning quilt! love the idea of the handprint in the circle. I have been making alot of key fobs with matching cell phone pouches. this fabric would be wonderful for it. (mauh) Liz

Nadine said...

Meeee, me me me. I love that fabric, it's gorgeous, whimsical and modern. I would definitely make lots of Christmas stockings and advent calendars with it and this year I will start early so I get everything finished.

Pieces of Cotton said...

I LOVE Brrr! Those bears are too cute.

Denise said...

I think I like BRRR the best so far. Love those polar bears!

Francine said...

I'm trying not to drool over here! I love this line - love the turquoise and red colors. Laurie's fabrics are awesome and silly - I think my favorite is the llama print and I love the tufted tweet chair prints. Thanks for the giveaway!
Francine
mochawildchild@gmail.com

audrey said...

This is worthy of a tree skirt! Thanks for the opportunity!

quilt happy said...

would love to start early on christmas

Amy said...

That quilt is soooo cute! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Jennifer said...

id love love love to get my hands on some of this!! :)

Lee Ann L. said...

I'm loving the polar bears in these fabrics -- too cute!

Katie B. said...

I'd love to make a Christmas quilt for my sister!

Caillean said...

I would love to make presents for my friends who are big Cabin Pressure fans. Because, as Arthur would say: "Polar bears are brilliant!"

cakegirl said...

I love this fabric and have entered every giveaway to win some. So far no luck.
Thank you for another opportunity.

Jennie said...

Those fabrics are beautiful - maybe another Christmas quilt - you can never have too many christmas quilts!

Francis Paul said...

great quilt! thanks for the chance to win :-)

Miranda said...

this year will be the first year that my husband and i have a living room big enough for a christmas tree so a homemade tree skirt is definitely in order! and what better to make it out of than a little Brrr!

Kathryn said...

I do love the Brrr line. The red/green/blue combination is great. Kathie L in Allentown

DianeY said...

I've never made a Christmas quilt, but I think that's what I'd do with these non-Christmas prints!

Heidi Staples said...

I would love to make a quilt out of this great fabric. Thanks for sharing!!

Reene@Nellie's Niceties said...

Well I should totally win this bundle! I love all Laurie's fabrics!! My favourite's so far are the Llamas :)If I won I'd have to make a Christmas quilt to keep and a quilt to give away...probably to Siblings Together as I seem to be on a roll on that front ;)

Anya said...

I'd make a tree skirt with it. How can anyone resist those adorable polar bears??

Anonymous said...

OMG Laurie's fabrics are amazing. I am still in love with the chairs and donkeys.

THANKS for sharing:)
Dianne
dbienick@comcast.net

Anita said...

Love your quilt and I would love to make my own but with Snowballs! I think that would show off the cute Polar Bears and everyting else too! Thanks for the chance to win :)

Anonymous said...

Darling quilt. I would love to win this adorable fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!
Hallie

Linda said...

YOU'RE THE BEST! THIS IS AN AWESOME GIVEAWAY! I THINK I'LL MAKE THE GUEST ROOM A BRAND NEW BED QUILT! THANKS SO FOR SHARING ♥

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

Hope said...

Amazing!! A quilt...definitely!

Hope said...

Amazing!! A quilt...definitely!

Marci Girl said...

I love tufted tweets & look forward to her upcoming line that is similar!

Little Creatable said...

I have not idea. It's just everytime I look at it I think 'my presious' and want to stroke it. I figure if/when I do get my hands on it after I roll in it a bit something will come to me :D

Alli said...

Oh, my favorite of her lines is definitely Brr! :D Thanks for the chance to win!

Eli said...

I'm not sure what I would make but as you're drawing a winner on my mum's birthday maybe I should make a quilt for her?
Thank you so much for the chance of winning some Brrr!

Ullhärvan said...

I think it would look great in some granny squares!

Jeana said...

Oh I love it! I'd definitely make a quilt -- not sure what style yet!

diane said...

I definitely need a snuggly Christmas quilt, so Mr. Random, please pick me.

Anna Honeysett said...

LOVE this fabric!!! I'd make a quilt for my niece who is turning 2 in August. I love all of Laurie's fabric lines, have you seen her lama fabric? - its fantastic! Fingers crossed I win.

Frieda said...

I think this would make great quilts for a set of twins I know. I think they would really love the polar bears.

Becky Butler said...

Cushions!!!

Anne said...

I love this fabric! And the only way I'm going to get any of it is to win some, cause more fabric 'ain't' in the budget!

Erica said...

I love this new line, but I also love Pooches and Pickups (I made my son's quilt out of it). I just love her fabrics.

Sharon T said...

Love this fabric! Thanks for the great give away!

robin said...

I'd love to get my paws on some Brrr - thanks for the chance! I'd make a quilt.

betty said...

I would love this material to make a Xmas lap quilt for.....someone! Love the colors too. Thanks!

Megan said...

I would love to make my first Christmas quilt using the Brrr fabric line. I am not a big Christmas fabric person but this fabric line is just right for a nice modern Christmas quilt.

Mandalin said...

oooo, I'd love some of this! A Siblings Quilt seems fitting.

Ali said...

Well I hate to make something that isn't on display all year round, but I'd love to make a Christmas tree skirt out of this (ours just never fits right), and stockings. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

niveas said...

Thank you so much for the chance. If I'll get the fabrics I'd like to do a quilt for me and my boyfriend for our winter-weekend-house :-)

Paskiaq said...

I love so many of Laurie's fabric...donkey in rain boots and polar bears oh my! :)

Tanya said...

Sign me up! I appreciate your hilarity ;)

Pink Stitches said...

Gorgeous fabric and generous giveaway!!
Thinking a Christmasy quilt to snuggle under when it cold outside!!

Grace C. said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

I love how this collection is wintery without being Christmas-y. Perfect for a cheery quilt for the colder months.

Quiltjane said...

I would love this collection. It is so gorgeous. I have a quilt in mind that would be perfect for these fabrics.

Kimberly said...

I love this design!! I might make Christmas stockings for the boys. I love Pickups and Pooches, made pillowcases and lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

JKL052095@aol.com

Mrs Yoastie said...

Wow very generous giveaway. I love the snowflakes and the bears and the little abstract flowers. I think these would make a great quilt for snuggling under to watch Elf our family favourite Christmas film.

Sarah said...

I like most of her fabric but Brrr is probably my favourite so far. I'd make a quilt as the kids fought over the Christmas quilt I made last year so another wintery quilt would be good - although knowing my pair they would probably both love the polar bears and so there would still be arguments!

Thanks for the chance to win

Bennett and Graves said...

My DIL LOVES Christmas, but my son is a bit of a Grinch. In a funny lovable way but still. I would make Kelly a Christmas quilt from this fun fabric that would not take my favorite son over the edge of Christmasy-ness. :0)
Gayle

Lindsay said...

I am a huge fan of Laurie's llama line in her shop!

Wendy D. P. said...

I love those polar bears - I would make a cute little pouch (or two!).

Just Carol said...

I clicked on your link to check out the Next Stop London fabric--oh my! Love it! But, wait! I could make a Christmas skirt out of the Brrr line.

Lisa said...

I love Laurie's donkeys in wellies fabrics. Brrr is so lovely too! My daughter would love me to make her a quilt with those sweet bears!

Pippa @ BeadsAndBarnacles said...

Aww I love this line. I would have to make something for myself and then use a couple of the non polar bear prints for jam jar tops (well chutney) in true Christmas present spirit.

Gretchen said...

I would love to win this line of fabric. The polar bears are just the best! I have a couple of table topper quilts in mind that would be just perfect for this line.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I just think I might need to make another Swoon using a solid color background that is not white if I won this beautiful stack. This is my favorite line of fabric from Laurie.

rowan said...

Love it, love it! Nice & wintery, just like the weather!!!

Harrysmum said...

I loved Tufted Tweets, so naturally Perfectly Perched is high on my favourites list, but those Polar Bears are just tooo cute!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

Amorette said...

love this line! i'm really partial to the rocket ship pillow i saw somewhere (i know, great info, right?) that featured the fussy cut polar bears in the windows. clever!

Kayli said...

I would love this fabric, I like the big snowflakes and the stripes. Thanks for the chance, kayli-taylor@hotmail.com

Sarah Ashford said...

Love, love, love the quilt, I am a teacher, I wish one of my parents had made one for me!!! Gorgeous fabrics too. I would love to get my hands on them :-) xx

Irina said...

Oh, I'd love to win some of this fabric, I love it! thanks for the chance

ARTwendy ... said...

oh ... Christmas- its always around the corner ... no polar bears down under but I'd love for these ones to visit & stay! i'd love to make a christmas quilt/throw & would work so well with all the crisp white we have ... & some other special little goodies too ... artwendy(at)bigpond.net.au

Lori said...

I would definitely make a Christmas type quilt with it!!! I have always wanted to make a Christmas quilt but never have found the right fabric. This would be perfect!!!!

Sally said...

I really am not sure what I would make with this fabric. Although, it winning it would really brighten my day....2012 has not been a nice year so far.

Tiara said...

I am equal opportunity with all fabrics :)

lynaeve said...

thanks for the great giveaway

Quiltefia said...

Hi!! What a name!! Brr! I would love to win them!! Anne k:-)

Bolo heads said...

Please, please, please random number generator please pick me. I will be good to you, and the fabric I win. I really love the doily fabric and want a lot of it.

sweetangelclothing@gmail.com

Elizabeth said...

I love those fabrics -what would I make if I won them? A quilt using every fabric, it would be perfect on my couch! Elizabeth (guster10@bigpond.com).

Cille said...

I'm crazy over heels in love with this line. Normally not a big fan of animals on fabrics or Christmas fabrics but... This will definately be my first Christmas fabric buy ever.

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

I am not sure what I would make yet .. have to win it first! lol

Rosa said...

I love those line and a wallhanging christmas quilt will be nice using them.Thanks for the giveaway!!

Ashley said...

love laurie's fabric ayuckenberg at gmail

linda said...

beautiful ,thanks for the chance !!

Patti said...

I've seen a few of you lucky ladies with some Brrr! I have been so jealous!! Would love to make a quilt for our freezing cold winters. Thanks for the giveaway.

hinkenhook said...

ohh, I love this line SO MUCH! it's too adorable. thank you for the chance!!

Nexxxus Ramblings said...

I am normally not a fan of Christmas fabric lines but this one is on my list of "must haves".

Sarina said...

I don't know exactly what I'd make yet, but this fabric makes my heart excited! Thanks for the chance to win some! bellaroolambert at gmail dot com.

honeyguide said...

I love this line! I would definitely make a Christmas quilt.

Karen said...

This is lovely fabric. I can imagine a quilt made with Brrr would certainly brighten up a Winter's day. Thank you for the chance to win.

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

Oooh yes please. Gotta love Laurie Wishrun

bellalily said...

I love that you made the quilt with your son - it looks great - not sure what i would sew with the fabric - i would have to see it and pet it for awhile - love your blog

Jo said...

I would sure love to win this giveaway! All of Laurie's fabrics are just great! As to what I would make......one of my oldest and dearest friends was born on Christmas (which I always felt was a bad deal for her) so I qwould make her a Christmas quilt with this as a birthday gift.

Anonymous said...

I love love love this group of fabrics. I'd make a great throw for my best friend. Thanks for the chance. aschaefer24 at yahoo dot com

Jennifer D said...

I don't really like the standard Christmas fabric. Santa, trees, snowmen, and Rudolph do nothing for me. But i really like her version here! What would I make? Hmmmm...ptobably curtains for my boys room. Thanks for this chance!

Ruth B said...

Gorgeous fabrics! Robert Kaufman fabrics are always gorgeous. Love this line and my granddaughter would love a new quilt for her bed out of these colors!

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Paty Z said...

Definitely I want some Brrr!!!! The colors are so bright and the design is gorgeous. The polar bears are great!!! I would make a Christmas quilt....Beautiful!!

Melissa said...

With a baby due in the fall, I'd make a carseat blankie! It makes me smile just thinking about it :) Thanks for the chance!

Lara from Luellabella said...

It's just coming up to winter here in Aus, so I'd make a few gorgeous reversible pinafores for some lovely babies I know, and for myself I'd have to make a cosy couch quilt for snuggling in front of the fire. What a gorgeous gorgeous range of fabrics. I just love them!

Anonymous said...

I love the Modern Whimsy line - such fun prints and colors, especially for a baby quilt.

Amy

amy(dash)elisabeth(at)hotmail(dot)com

m.e (Cathie) said...

absolutely gorgeous fabrics! I would make an apron, just because I need a new one and have been thinking about it for days!
sweet day to you ♥

lindaofthelakes said...

I love this line. And i've been meaning to make a Chrismas/Winter quilt for ages . So that is what i wouuld do with it. The only questions would be ... to tkeep it or give it away?

LC said...

When I read Brrrr, I thought of Christmas and I'm just not a fan overtly Christmas-y prints, so I think these are fantastic for year round! I'd be thrilled to have them :)

laurie said...

I would love to win this fabric. It is so stinking cute. I would use it to make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Lee Ann said...

Thanks for the chance to win such fun fabric. I would definitely make two lap quilts for my daughters.

mheldmyer@bellsouth.net

carolann said...

Beautiful fabrics!! I think I would plan something for Christmas since there are a few months to get a nice quilt put together. carolann427@aol.com

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