Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Fun Fabrics at Pine Needles



Polka Dots by Riley Blake Designs (available in 3 sizes)

  


 Who doesn't love to buy the latest 
and greatest fabrics?


Holly, from Pine Needles at Gardner Village, shared some of her favorite 
basic fabric lines!



 





Chevrons by Riley Blake Designs (available in 3 sizes)





 Fun and trendy prints catch our eye,
but sometimes we need some
"basics" for the perfect project.
                             

 Not to mention fill our stashes!





Diamonds by Michael Miller Fabrics





Pine Needles carries 

BASIC and BEAUTIFUL

fabric lines for every project



 



Stitch Circles by Michael Miller Fabrics

Pine Needles wants to help fill your stash with a...
 GIVEAWAY!

 WIN a bundle of basic fabrics when you comment here with what you'd make with your new fabric. Our favorite answer wins!

The bundle will contain 12 different fabrics 
(retail value of $36).

Remember to include your first and last name in your comment.

We'll announce the winner on  Fri., May 17, 20
Congrats Angela Evans!
You won the bundle of fabrics from Pine  Needles!
Please email intern@gardnervillage.com in the next three days to claim your prize! 

37 comments:

  1. I would make key fobs and notebooks because that it the only thing I know how to make right now. I learned to sew at Pine Needles about two weeks ago...and my very first sewing machine is scheduled to be delivered TODAY!!!!

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  2. If I won I would make some summery throw pillows for my couch. We just painted and I need something to match. :)
    Becky Mathis

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  3. I have a whole list of things to make for our baby #4 who is due in August... finally a boy after 3 girls! I'll be starting with a crib bedding set.
    Ashley Nelson

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  4. I would make my little granddaughters the cutest skirts/shorts/pants with these. They are sooo cute! Karen Christensen

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  5. I would make cute matching skirts for my three daughters, and a tie for my son. Anne Strasser

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  6. Hmm, too many things to make! A purse or 2, or 3 for sure! Maybe a pillow, and deffinately many of the cute projects I have sitting in my craft board on pinterest!!!!
    Niki Wilkinson

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  7. When my two oldest children were born my sister, who is a fantastic quilter, made them gorgeous crib quilts. I had my third child in January and hasn't received a beautiful quilt yet! How can my poor baby live a fulfilling life without a gorgeous quilt made from this fantastic material? My baby needs a Pine Needles crib quilt or she will be the laughing stock of the family.

    Jullee Petersen

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  8. When my two oldest children were born my sister, who is a fantastic quilter, made them gorgeous crib quilts. I had my third child in January and hasn't received a beautiful quilt yet! How can my poor baby live a fulfilling life without a gorgeous quilt made from this fantastic material? My baby needs a Pine Needles crib quilt or she will be the laughing stock of the family.

    Jullee Petersen

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  9. I'm so thrilled that my daughter Megan loves to quilt, because my old hands just can't hold a needle these days. I'd have her make those grandkids of mine some summery, colorful Pine Needles outfits, shorts and tops and the whole works! (we'll send you pictures :)
    Diane Stephenson

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  10. I LOVE THESE FABRICS!! Polka dots and bright colors are my absolute favorite! I had a baby girl in November, and I would Love to make some cute skirts for her for summertime. I had a horrible recovery from her birth, and am excited to get sewing again!! -Angela Evans

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  11. I want to make a ruffle apron!! I have looked everywhere for one. And can't find one. I am just learning to sew and this would be my first real project. I love love the fabric its exactly what i am looking for! I would also make my little girl some skirts. - Mindy Plagge

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  12. Laura Dukelow - I would like to win the give a way, because a kind crafter at the Peoples Market offered to sew me (at a nice discount) a custom cover-up, if I brought her the fabric. Her beautiful pre-mades weren't quite large enough for my zaftig figure. Buy local!

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  13. I love these colors and prints! I would make a cute skirt for my daughter and a fun bag for me!

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  14. I love these colors and prints! I would make a cute skirt for my daughter and a bag for me! Millie Mathis

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  15. I need some table toppers, these would be perfect!
    ~Lyndie Barker

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  16. I would make some summery skirts for my girls and some throw pillows for seasonal decor.
    Really great patterns and colors.
    Tiffany Cottam

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  18. I woul love to make some strip skirts for my girls and add pieces to a quilt for our near future bundle!! So fun!

    Emily Weber

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  19. My daughters are learning to sew and would love to make skirts and bags. We've been looking for some fun fabric for them to use, but we haven't found anything like this!

    Shari Humphrey

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  20. I have some cute slipper boots I want to make for my two teenage girls. I have everything for them but the cute fabric.

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  21. I would add these fabrics to my latest stash for my 6-year-old daughter's twin size quilt. She has a toddler bed quilt on her twin bed now and it looks sort of funny. Thank you in advance, Genevieve Clark!

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  23. These bright summery prints could be used for anything! I am thinking some cute headbands and matching skirts for my daughters, a fun pillow for my couch, a wreath for my front door, or even a cute little bunting to hang as summer decor. I should probably just do one of each because, really, how can I choose just one?!

    Hope I win! Jonie Sumsion

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  25. I need to make curtains for a bunk bed room. The colors would match perfect with chevron quilts I bought a Gardner Village Quilt Shop!

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  26. Sue Wilson would love to make some new valances for the kitchen with the cute fabric! I really neeeeed something fresh and new to replace the curtains (now faded) bought at country furniture 10 years ago.

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  27. I would love to win this. The bright colors sure would brighten up my basement.

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  28. What fun colors, I'd love to win and sew my daughter some fun summer skirts and dresses. Thanks for the chance :)
    Shay Troupe

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  29. This is beautiful fabric!!! I would make a new iPad case for my iPad. Thank you for having such a sweet giveaway!
    Dixie Burt

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  30. I would make a fun skirt for my daughter!

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  31. I'd probably make a fun little quilt. Thanks

    snowm at junodotcom

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  32. A bedskirt for my daughter's room and a matching valance - Heather Stevenson

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  33. Cute little outfit for my one year old daughter, and something fun for me. :) Jessica Clawson

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  34. I'm just getting into quilting (thanks to Pine Needles beautiful inspiration) and sewing and would make myself a bright skirt or beautiful wall hanging with the fabrics. It is so beautiful - Maggie Fangmann

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  36. My wife wants to make skirts and ruffle aprons for her and our little girl. It would be a fun family project to do together. Dan Plagge

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  37. Thank you soooooo much!! I AM SO EXCITED!!!
    -Angela Evans

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