LINDAMADE TOUR STOP + AMY BUTLER GIVEAWAY

photo by Amy Butler

Today I’m moseying over to San Antonio, TX, to visit with my old friend Linda Permann on her cute blog Lindamade. I’ve written about Linda before on Manhattan Craft Room when she visited me on her blog tour for her most recent book, Little Crochet. In addition to being a fabulous crocheter, Linda does many crafts – including sewing. We are definitely crafty soulmates when it comes to our shared love of multiple crafts! In her blog tour post today, Linda reviews Sewing in a Straight Line and even whips up her own One-Hour Skirt (which she says took her two hours to make, but I won’t hold it against her. *wink*)

So head on over to Lindamade to read Linda’s post, check out her skirt, and enter to win a copy of my book — as well as soak up all the fantastic crafty inspiration Linda has to share. Thanks for being part of my blog tour, Linda! xoxo

And now it’s super-duper giveaway time! Up for grabs today is a six-yard bundle of gorgeous Amy Butler Organic Soul fabric! Amy’s latest line is as beautiful as ever (that’s it, above), but produced on 100% organic fabric using low-impact dyes. It’s perfect for quilting, sewing home decor, fashion, or one of Amy’s amazing bag patterns or other designs, which you can find on Amy’s site. I’m a huge fan of Amy Butler designs and have been for years, so I’m thrilled to offer these fabrics for giveaway today!

To enter, leave a comment on this post and tell me what you’d like to make with these organic cotton fabrics. The winner will receive six one-yard cuts from the Amy Butler Organic Soul for Rowan line (fabric to be selected by the fine folks at Rowan; not necessarily the exact patterns shown above.) THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED; PLEASE SEE CURRENT POSTS FOR CURRENT GIVEAWAYS.

Special thanks to Westminster Fibers and Rowan for sponsoring this giveaway! And thanks to Amy Butler for being so fabulous!

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  • http://kalkakesandkallielillies@blogspot.com Kallie

    I have recently stumbled upon some awesome sewing projects including a car organizer and an emergency pouch for my purse! These fabrics would be beautiful for that!!!

  • Jen A.

    These are beautiful. I think they’d make amazing pillows for the living room. Give the room some happy color.

  • http://lauriebears.blogspot.com/ Laurie

    Beautiful fabric and colors. I think I would be making curtains and pillows for my bedroom to give it a fresh new look!

  • Kitten With A Whiplash

    Those gorgeous florals are screaming to turn the livingroom into a truly LIVING room with new cushions, fabric baskets, trimmed lampshades! The rest will go to spruce up the wardrobe with a blouse and a tote bag. Six yards is such a generous amount of fabric, thanks for the giveaway Amy and Brett .

  • http://www.lelabela.etsy.com Lela

    Some baby clothes for the one coming in February!

  • http://veronicamarcettidimick.blogspot.com Veronica

    I think I’d have to zazz up my dining room and living room with some new seat cushions and throw pillows! Lovely fabric!

  • Sarah

    Whoa that’s a great package! I’d definitely attempt to make a dress, and probably a tote bag out of them!

  • Rinchen

    I would like to make another Amy Butler schlep bag. We all use reusable bags here.
    Also I have a book on loan from the library called One Yard Wonders.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bluebird-Buckets-Banners-Knobs/120486271342170 stephan

    Hmmm I love all of these. I’m thinking I would start with a fun celebration banner and then maybe some pillows or a cute bag :)

  • kim m

    I would make a romper dress for my daughter and some pillows for her bedroom!
    mcintosh dot kimberley at gmail dot com

  • Elisa B.

    I would love to use those in a set of patchwork cushion covers. They’re beautiful!

  • Margo

    It’s a toss up between pillow covers, tote bag or curtains.

  • Stephanie P

    I would love to make a bright quilt for my Living Room. I have a large oil painting of a white peony on a turquoise pattern that would coordinate perfectly with these prints. Thanks for your blog.

  • http://www.littlekahootz.com Laura Martin

    Oh I LOVE Amy Butler prints. LOVE. I’d definitely make a top for myself…I’ve had this pattern bookmarked http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/04/spring-sewing-spring-ruffle-top-tutorial/ and think those fabrics would be lovely. I’d also make another apron most likely as a gift for my mom who saw mine and instantly said with pouty face “I waaant one” http://lmartindesign.com/blog/2011/going-domestic/ And I’m sure there’s much more I can come up with.

  • Pat

    I would make lunch bags and sandwich wraps from this fabric. How perfect to use organic fabric to carry our food in to work, out to play, etc.

  • Jenni

    I would love to use some of this to line one of my crochet purses.

  • Shelley Bonefas

    I could make some pillows or bags. Maybe a skirt or pillowcases.

  • Kristy

    Oh my gosh, what don’t I want to make! LOVE AB’s designs, and Linda’s, too! I would make a tote bag, cut out a few squares for the backs of the granny square pillow cases I’m making, and I am dying to make one of the gorgeous tops from Linda’s Crochet Adorned!

  • http://ravelry.com/people/loveelle lorraine

    im all about patchwork lately..id love to make a case for my knitting needles..and maybe a bag..some pillows..

  • Jody

    Wow!! I can see potential for some gorgeous pillows in my girls’ room!!

  • Steven

    Quilt. Definitely. For daily use. To brighten a gray bedroom.

  • Katherine

    I LOVE Amy Butler fabrics. I would make a blanket bag – perfect for the picnics we enjoy year-round here in San Diego. Great for both toting small things for my baby and for covering the ground when we want to stop!

  • http://Www.chalkanddot.com Erica

    What wouldn’t I make! I really need to make new pillow covers for our living room and these prints would add a bright and graphic pop. Left over fabric for a baby bandana and or mini tag blanket.

  • Danielle

    I definitely need new throw pillows in my living room, and mama needs a new skirt (so I can go buy new shoes to go with it!). Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

  • Halliday

    Amy Butler fabrics are awesome! I would make an apron, a skirt and probably keep the rest of the fabric in my stash. Sometimes I just like to look at my fabric…

  • Sandy

    I would dress up my dining room with new curtains, table runner, and tablecloth.

  • CJ Rohrer

    I am thinking a cute tablerunner for my mother-in-law would be awesome with those materials!

  • http://mary.emmens.co.uk/ Mary

    Oh my how delicious – yes please! I’m thinking a dress or 2 for my little girls, or I might just make a skirt for me!
    thank you so much for a great giveaway.

  • Ginger

    I want to make a project bag with Lime Peel, Night Tree. So pretty.

  • http://www.karenisblessed.blogspot.com Karen

    I would love to make a market tote and I need to make some zippered pouches. Yeah for Amy Butler fabrics!!

  • http://tricketsandwhatnots.blogspot.com/ Amy

    I would like to make a little patchwork tote bag and this fabric would be great for it!

  • Christine

    ooOOooOooo I would make pillows and placemats with matching napkins and maybe even a crazy cat bed for my cat

  • Jerri

    I would like to make an apron with matching napkins for my sister and her Grand Kids to use at their “tea parties”. It is always a special time for them.

  • Carol

    I am ‘itching’ to start a new quilt, these fabrics are beautiful and delightfully inspiring!
    Thanks for the giveaway!!

  • http://strungoutdesigns.blogspot.com Amy

    I would LOVE to make an Amy Butler bag from her fabrics!
    …you know, after I make something from Sewing In a Straight Line of course. ;)

  • Deepster

    Lovely fabric! they are so cheerful and bring a smile to your face…. I’d love to make some pillowcases and a whole bunch of cushion covers to gift to my family (all of us are fabric-ophiles!)

  • http://Www.jennieclaire.etsy.com Jen

    I LOVE Amy Butler’s patterns and fabric!! I would use the fabric to make a clutch and pillows for my bedroom (I have a set of her sheets!).

  • Krista

    I would LOVE to make some more throw pillows using your tutorial! I made 2 last weekend and was blown away at how easy it was. I also just purchased an Amy Butler bag pattern from a great new fabric store that just opened in my town and would use the fabric to make one.

  • http://armatodesign.com Amy Armato

    I would make the tissue cover you listed on Design Sponge. Great for gifts this Christmas!

  • http://sewwell.wordpress.com Amy

    I invision a bag or two, your pillow tutorial, a slim pleated skirt, and even a sleeveless blouse from these fabrics. They’re just gorgeous! Please add my name to the hat for this giveaway!

  • Ali

    Oh goodness, the list of uses for those would be endless. Pillows, dress/skirt, I really need new appliance covers for the kitchen too!

  • http://www.wearedrawntogether.net Amanda

    OH my LORD – I am crazy about these fabrics! I have been looking to recover some cushions and a chair – perhaps these could work? Or pieces of some of the stitched critters I make for my little boy and his friends. Or lovely jewelry for me? Or a lampshade? Oh my gosh I am going to be spinning in circles with ideas for this amazing fabric! Thank you so much for such an amazing giveaway :)

  • Christine H

    These would be beautiful in your Sham pattern, or an A-line skirt, or a pillow cover for a couch, or …..

  • Katelyn

    I think that I would use them to make those shams that you had on yesterday! They would be great to accent my plain bedding! Thanks for the great ideas!

  • Michele

    I would make a skirt or two for myself and a dress for my daughter. I would also make a tote out of one of them, or maybe a new diaper bag!

  • Ashley

    I’d make yummy looking skirts!

  • http://byazoo.morepleasethankyou.com Alli

    How pretty! I think I’d try to make some clothes for my little niece. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

  • Barbarah

    I’d go for a diaper bag and some accessories!

  • Liz

    I’ve been wanting to try my hand at quilting…specifically, I’d love to make the quilt from In Stitches. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Kate

    My first thought is pillows to brighten up my living room, but if all the fabric matched so beautifully, I might get ambitious and try my first ever quilt wall hanging.

  • http://awordsworth.blogspot.com RivkaBelle

    Oh. How. Fun!

    Oh man…I’m not sure what I’d make, there are so many ideas bouncing around my head right now – maybe a quilt-ish something, maybe something to welcome one of the many babies that’re going to be joining my friends this year :)

  • http://www.etsy.com/shop/PinkNeedleDesign?ref=si_shop Janet

    I love the colors! I would make new bed pillows and arrange them all over! or maybe even pillow cases! My bed needs a remake! :D My husband is on disability, so having something bright and cheery would do him good!

  • Tiffany Nappier

    Id love to make a funky quilt or a fun skirt out of these fabrics!!

  • Renee G

    I would love to make a bag and small apron.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

  • Sandra

    I have just moved and would love to use Amy’s fabric for basket liners, pillow slipcovers, and an organizer for our multiple remotes. Way to go for featuring her beautiful products!

  • domestic diva

    I’d make a skirt!

  • Mia

    I want to makeover my boring basement apartment kitchen, and I think new chair cushions would be a good start. And perhaps new curtains as well.

  • http://www.nancymicciulla.com Nancy

    The color palettes you have here are perfect for my living room and/or bedroom, so I’d love to make a few little baskets and catchalls to throw around. Or perhaps my own one hour skirt. . .

  • Jenna Maine

    I think I would try making a bag but I would love curtains out of some of those prints too.

  • Marni

    oh, so beautiful! i’d love to make some clothes for my daughter, and i’ve got a ton of gift giving occasions coming up – pillows, quilts, all being made & given away soon!

  • Liz M.

    I’d mix it with some solids and make a quilt!

  • AnnaPK

    I might actually make something for me if I won! Oh, who am I kidding, it would probably all be made nto twirly skirts because they are my daughters favorite thing. :)

  • http://www.zuhauseingermany.blogspot.com Juliette

    I think I would redo my office with throw pillows, a fabric bulletin board, photo frame matting and trim my curtains. Honestly, I think I could do it w/6 yards. My office is tiny and painted and decorated in only yellow and white. Shoot, if I don’t win I should at least buy some and do it myself….

  • Jessica

    I would LOVE to make a quilt with this fabric!!

  • Mary Ann

    Pillows for my reading/knitting/yoga/meditating room!!!

    Ooooo….so yummy!

  • AnnieV

    I think I’d make an apron for an upcoming bridal shower gift.

  • http://alltheshinythings.wordpress.com andi

    Oooh~ I LOVE those!! I would make some dresses for my girls and maybe a little craft bag for myself if any was left over. I’m in LOVE with those!!

    BTW – I have GOT to get your book. I’m just loving all your projects I’m seeing previews of in all the blogs I read – which happen to be your tour stops! Wonderful book!

  • Shannon

    I’m pretty much in love with Amy’s amazing bags so that is what I would make! I really need a new book bag…

  • http://www.facebook.com/ebrodzriv Ebeliz Rodriguez

    This fabric screams fashion! There are six cuts that would make great tops. Matching clutches. Skirts. But I would love to add some trim, and trendy buttons. I have tons of patterns that would work great with these fabrics. Bring it on! I’ll even post pics of finished products. :)

  • http://www.forthejoyofsharing.blogspot.com Jessica Hess

    Wow! That fabric is gorgeous! I would love to make pillows for my living room and maybe a few skirts.

  • http://twitter.com/#!/simply_mini Diana D.

    A fun duvet cover, using the instructions from your new book of course!

  • Carol Garcia

    I would make a cute quilt for my daughter.

  • Tagati

    Fantastic fabrics. They would look sensational as summer tunic tops or yoga bags!

  • Jennyroo

    oh oh oh! Pick me, pick me! I am on a yucky husband-imposed yarn and fabric diet and I am practically making myself sick drooling over these gorgeous organic fabrics! I have a set of throw pillows all planned out for my boring plain grey duvet cover. This fabric would be perfect! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway. Now I’m hopping over to check out the two hour skirt and drool some more… cheers!

  • Jennifer

    Love the fabric. It is bright and cheerful. Im not sure what I would make since I am very new to sewing but I am sure it would be something from Brett’s new book. :)

  • Lee

    Wow! Love the fabric – and I am seeing a whole new bedroom – quilt, shams – cutains! thanks!

  • ajz

    I really want to make bags with Amy Butler fabric! Those are beautiful!

  • Esther Kidwell

    Shoes! :)

  • Deborah in Atlanta

    I tend to gravitate towards totes/bags, quilts and pillows. So (ha-ha), I’m 100% sure it will be one of those that I make! Love the fabric!

  • http://saralikestomakestuff.blogspot.com/ Sara

    I would make one loud, crazy, beautiful, one-of-a-kind quilt!

  • Kathy Bennett

    I LOVE the fabric! I would use the blues to make some lovely pillow cases for my bedroom and the greens I would make some throw pillos for my living room. The rest I would use in various other crafts. I’d save every little scrap!

  • Amy

    I want to use this fabric to make bags bags bags!! I LOVE Designing and making great bags!

  • Beverly Tilton

    I can just imagine the most lovely handbags and totes made from that beautiful fabric!

  • http://marikamakes.blogspot.com/ Mary

    A bag or Oooo, cushions for my dinning room chairs

  • http://www.missourimel.com Mel

    A quilt! I have so wanted to make a quilt for a long time.

  • Doris Gallant

    Brett, Because of you I am not afraid to experiment and because of that I have made some funky things. My daughter is a quilter and I would love to make one myself. That fabric is the prettiest for sure.
    Thank you for creating Sewing in a straight line. I so need it.

  • Meesh

    I’d love to make bibs and dresses for my nieces. It’s always nice to change things up from the usual kid fabrics.

  • Doris Gallant

    I would make backgrounds for photos using this fabric

  • Connie

    Oh my, I’d make a bag or two from her patterns and/or some throw pillows for our new mini motorhome, or maybe a quilt…

  • http://www.debcannon.com Deb Cannon

    Have created a prayer room in a old 2nd floor laundry room, and I’d make Amy’s Honey Bun Poufs for meditation! I already have the pattern, just not the fabrics (hint, hint!)

  • Priscilla

    Beautiful colors and patterns. I would love to make some pillows or small quilt for the sunroom. They are perfect colors for spring and summer decorating.

  • Kim Harrington

    Amy never fails to delight in color and scale of design. I think I would love to make a big bag out of these or a huge pillow.

  • Kell

    Wow! With 6 yards I could make some beautiful summer dresses for my 2 daughters (heading into summer soon here in Australia!), as well as some divine cushions, and perhaps have enough left for a lap quilt too! Thaks for the chance to win!

  • AmandaT

    I’d make a lovely little quilt – my very first, or a nice bag, or a dress with a block colour. The hard part would be choosing which to do!

  • Debra

    I want to sew the dress in the picture!

  • Debra Scott

    These fabric are lovely! I would definately be making some outfits for my first grandchild. She is 5 1/2 months old and I’ve just started sewing for her. It’s very hard to find such vibrant and unique patterned material in the stores around where I live. I love the fact that these fabrics are also organic. Nothing but the best for my new granddaughter!

  • Jen

    I love, love, LOVE Amy Butler fabrics! I think I would make a new apron and some pillows. Maybe a pieced tunic.

  • DebbieH

    LOVE! So many things to choose from – scrumptious cushions for the lounge, a funky diaper clutch and/or gorgeous dresses for my two princesses!

  • http://artquiltmaker.com/blog Jaye

    I am thinking that I need to start wearing more skirts. I need some skirts that are work oriented, but that are easy to move in as well. I think making skirts would be better than buying, because I could choose my own fabric.

  • G. K. Green

    I want to use these fabrics to line a hand-knitted swing coat’s two front facings and inner back neck, all of which will definitely be seen frequently. Made from a vintage knitting pattern, it needs these exact (or similar type) fabrics … Wow, what synchronicity! Thanks for the giveaway, Amy and Brett!!!

  • Mandy

    Oh I see some beautiful things for my home and maybe a little something for my daughter :) Can’t have enough dresses, right?

  • http://naturalgrrl.wordpress.com/ Janet

    These are heavenly, delicious fabrics. They are making me swoon! I would have a difficult time deciding between making a luscious quilt or clothing. Either way, I would love to wrap myself in these vibrant colours!

  • Crystal S

    I don’t know what I would make, but I’d probably whip up something for my daughter!

  • kelli

    Ooh, a new quilt for my bedroom. Love it!

  • Kacy

    I would sew some simple dresses for my toddler. How adorable!

  • Kabrine Lee

    I would sew some cute dresses for the kindergarten class my sister takes care of. There are only a few girls in the class so this is perfect

  • Beth Mithen

    Having recently lost twenty-five pounds, I would love to make myself cute tops with this lovely fabric!

  • Vidya

    uuhhhh… I would love love to sew dresses from these fabrics for my lil daughter. She’s gonna look fabulous in this :)

  • http://iftoyscouldtalk.blogspot.com Michelle @ If Toys Could Talk

    Oh my goodness, what an amazing giveaway! If I won, I can guarantee there would be a few dresses and skirts in my daughter’s future! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  • Allison

    I would probably make a bunch of small wall quilts for my daughter’s room. The colors are so bright and alive and would look really cool as small wall art hangings.

  • Andrea

    I would looovvvveee to make my 1st quilt with such gorgeous fabric!!!

  • BJMarley

    I would love to make a purse or a vest.

  • Sandy

    Quilt! Or a skirt!

  • Sarah Edmonds

    I’ve been looking at purse patterns lately, and I also need a new wallet! Love the colors!

  • Kelly

    I would make a skirt for sure and maybe some bags. I love the dress in the photo- is that pattern available ??

  • Ruwaida

    woww…i like it..will use it to make skirts

  • Allison C

    Wow! Awesome giveaway! I would love to make a new lap quilt before the winter. These fabrics would make such a gorgeous quilt!

  • amorette

    i would definitely make a few blossom bags for gifts fro the holidays- i recently made my first and love the way it turned out! of course, amy butler’s bags and patterns always look best with her fabrics- they really make them pop! i think i would try to make a skirt as well…maybe from your book ;)

  • Steph

    i’d love to start a quilt with these fabrics, love her stuff!

  • prrlgrrl

    My daughter wants an apron and a super hero cape. Not that I know how to make them, but this fabric would certainly give me the needed motivation to try.

  • Mimis

    These bright fabrics beg to be made into “not quite matchy matchy” bags and hat combos for vacation travel.

  • Kira

    I’d love to make, a few dresses for my little girls and something sweet to dress up the livingroom.

  • Jessica Rindeikis

    I absolutely LOVE these fabrics. The designs are fresh and classic at the same time! I want to make sooooo many things! Bags, skirts (just made my first one hour skirt last night) or even some adorable hair bands.

  • Caroline JK

    I’ve been wanting to make a long patchwork skirt, and that fabric looks like it’d be perfect! lovely.

  • Vanessa Barrett

    Beautiful fabric! I would make a quilt combined with the lovely vibrant colours, maybe a pinwheel pattern!

  • Chris

    Those are gorgeous fabrics, and of course I’d love to win them. They brought to mind a patchwork reversible purse design. If I win, that’s what I’d make with them.

  • Grace

    Oh what I could create with those wonderful colors. I’ve been waiting for the perfect fabric to make a laptop case and messenger bag for school and I have a feeling I found just the right look. I’m a huge fan of anything floral and colorful so all six of the fabrics get my creative juices flowing. it’s a wonder what a good looking fabric can do to a girl. ;]

  • http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com robin

    Love those fabrics! I’d make a quilt. :)

  • http://sydneylovesjohn.blogspot.com Sydney

    i’ve got quite a list going of the things i want to sew… and pretty much everything from your book is on that list! all i need are some pretty fabrics to get started!!

  • Henria O.

    I’d make throw pillows or start one of the patterns in Amy Butlers’ Style Stiches book!

  • http://sne22.tumblr.com betti

    i would make pillowcases. im in love with them to make.

  • http://sne22.tumblr.com betti

    i would make pillowcases. im in love with them to make.

  • Heather

    I love these! I would make pillows or a bag.

  • Susan Wiedmaier

    In 1961 my grandma made me a subway tile quilt, and it is still in pretty good condition. I would love to affectionately craft a recreation in contemporary fabrics for my bedroom.

  • http://igoslomo.wordpress.com/ Annie

    Oh oh oh!!! I have been looking for fabric to make my “happy skirt”… a tiered skirt to wear in this horrendous heat that makes me think of cool spring days that herald the coming of summer… this fabric would be fabulous in that skirt and give me some relief from the 110 degree weather… I live in Oklahoma where we’re in a drought and for the month of July were officially the hottest place in the united states… HOT… please… let me make my happy skirt and get some relief from the heat…

  • http://thereisnoplacelikehomemade.blogspot.com/ Ashley

    Being a mom of two boys plus my husband I am a bit over run with boyness. LOL I would use these for some beautiful girly touches around my home and sewing room. I would also probably make myself a skirt or two and a new wallet. Thank you to you and your sponsor for a chance to win these beautiful fabrics. Happily following!!

  • http://www.elizabethmurphreewilkersonrhodes.blogspot.com Elizabeth Rhodes

    Not sure what I’d make, but would probably search through patterns – Amy Butler patterns, since it’s her fabric. I want to make a quilt mostly – I really want these fabrics – Hope I win! Oh – perhaps placemats. I need new placemats.

  • Juliana

    I’d love to make my little girl some back to school dresses!

  • http://rebecka-rasmataz.blogspot.com/ Rebecka

    Beautiful fabric and colors. I think I would sew up something to wear. Great prints!!

  • Shannon Yeaton

    Oooh, the possibilities are endless with Amy Butler’s beautiful fabric. My first thought is one of her fabulous bag patterns. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  • Torrey

    Beautiful fabric! I would love to make to make a quilt for my niece : )

  • Meredith

    I have loved Amy Butler’s fabrics for a long time and I am so excited to hear she has an organic line now too! I am always trying to find ways to live more gently on this earth and it would be great to combine that with crafting!

  • Kristin

    Gorgeous fabric! I’m thinking a quilt is in order!

  • http://www.colorsofmyworld.nl Anna

    I’d love to make a bag out of these, I relally need a new one but being a student AKA broke I just can’t afford any cute ones, but these fabrics would pretty much turn any bag into a cute one :D

  • Melissa

    I would absolutely make pillows, the patterns are gorgeous. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • http://www.HonorCrownedCrafts.com Stephanie L.

    hmmm…I think I’d make a skirt, and add some fabrics to a quilt, a probably a pillow…oh and maybe a bag! :)

  • Jessie V

    I would love to make a summer dress with this fabric – it’s so beautiful! And knowing it’s organic, I’m swooning!

  • http://onewallkitchen.blogspot.com Julie

    They’re so lovely! I would make a skirt and top to help me withstand the 100+ temps here in Arizona!

  • Judith

    I would love to make a quilt with those fabrics. What a stunning collection! Thank you for the giveaway.

  • Carmen

    I would love to make a skirt or dress for myself.

  • http://t-online.de Camille

    awesome blog, do you have twitter or facebook? i will bookmark this page thanks.

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