On today’s blog tour stop I’m visiting with Jaime and Jacinda, the talented ladies behind the beautiful site Prudent Baby. Prudent Baby is a great source of DIY inspiration for crafty moms — it’s a wonderland of tutorials and inspiration for projects for and about kids and the home. (And even if you don’t have kids, you’re sure to find tons of eye candy and ideas there, like I do!)

So head on over to Prudent Baby to see what Jaime and Jacinda have to say about Sewing in a Straight Line.  They’re giving away one copy of my book, so visit their site to enter to win. Thanks for being part of my blog tour, ladies!

And now for today’s giveaway – it’s a good one! Up for grabs today is six one-yard cuts of the newest AMY BUTLER CORDUROY FABRIC! I’ve been a fan of Amy Butler fabrics forever, and I was thrilled to learn recently that she’s branching out into fashion fabrics. While there are lots of great fabrics on the market for quilters, there aren’t always a lot of good choices for fashion sewing. But now that Amy has hit the scene, things are looking brighter. Today’s giveaway features her new line of corduroy fabrics, Soul Blossoms Corduroy by Amy Butler for Rowan. The image above shows a few different patterns from this line.

photo from Amy Butler

…and this little guy is wearing pj’s stitched in Amy’s corduroy. Can you imagine anything cozier? Stitch them up for the prudent baby in your life… or in a grown-up size, for yourself!

To enter to win this yummy fabric, leave a comment telling me what you would sew with this beautiful corduroy. THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED; PLEASE SEE CURRENT POSTS FOR CURRENT GIVEAWAYS.

One winner will be chosen using a random number generator. The winner will receive six one-yard cuts of Soul Blossoms Corduroy by Amy Butler for Rowan; prints to be chosen for you by the generous folks at Rowan and Westminster Fibers, who sponsored this giveaway. Thank you, Rowan & Westminster!

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  • Lee

    I would make a sewing machine cover so machine will stay good and working for many projects to come.

  • Shannon

    Gorgeous! First would be a sweet fall dress for my 18 month old. I can see the pintucks already! Oh to add a coordinating knit sweater. My fingers are itching for the needles now too! Then with five yards leftover…! Amy Butler has such great bag patterns, maybe some of the rest would end up in a handy bag. sigh.

  • Meredith

    I would definitely sew some new pillows for my living room as well as something for my 3 nephews and 1 niece. Amy Butler’s fabrics are always gorgeous!

  • Kelsie B

    Oh I am already imagining the beautiful dress I would make for my daughter as well as the matching shirts for my boys. Amy Butler always has such great fabric. I would love to win this. Thanks for such great giveaways!

  • Stephanie L.

    So dang cute! I’d sew myself a skirt in a heartbeat!

  • Catherine

    I am 13 years old and I absolutely love the one hour skirts!! So I would probably make a bunch of those to wear in the school year.

  • Kristy

    I would make myself a really cute purse!

  • Sarah

    i think a fall dress for my daughter Lydia would be GORGEOUS in courdoroy!! how much fun…maybe even a matching tote for me :)

  • Lauren Murphy

    I would use the fabrics to sew pj pants for sure, not just for me but for the rest of the family as well. With the scraps i would make a quilted pillow=) these are beautiful fabrics!

  • thom

    I am digging these retro looking prints. Pretty sure I’d have to make some pillows to go with the retro-swank thing I’m going for in my apartment.

  • Jess

    Oh my gosh!! Seeing those PJs that’s ALL I want to sew now!

    I also have the One Yard Wonders book so I’d probably make some things out of there, maybe a bag or two and the sewing machine cover? I think those would be cute in this type of fabric. :)

  • Hueisei

    I will sew a skirt for myself…and a blouse for myself also…
    Such a nice fabrics…
    Thanks for chance…

  • Veronica

    I would love to sew something for my little girl, but she is the HOTTEST BABY ALIVE and sweats in short sleeves in the winter!! So, I would actually make something for myself (!) and make some new pillows for my living room, which are desperately needed.

    Thanks for the chance to win! :)

  • amorette

    i think i would have a make a cap from the little stitches book from AB, and some comfy pants like those in the picture, and a dress for my niece! these prints are so beautiful!

  • Amy

    Hmmm…I might use some to make pillows. Or maybe combined with another fabric to make tote bags. OR a squishy cat bed …

  • Siwa

    I will make short skirts for my baby girl (using your DIY as a guideline). The rest of fabric I will put them together and make a baby quilt for this coming winter. Thanks for this posting!

  • Cam

    I think this would make a super cute tote bag!

  • Denise

    A structural skirt with some funky curves would be great with this fabric!

  • Carol Garcia

    Hoping to win. I love Amy Butler Fabrics.

  • Amy

    Oh man, I don’t know what I would do with them – maybe a sweet little skirt for my little sister – or a nice new bag for myself! lovely!

  • SewLindaAnn

    I would make a few different wristlets and fun pillows for my porch and leftover scraps into applique projects.

  • Jessica

    I love Amy Butler fabrics! Great giveaway. I would see if I could redo the cushions on my glider chair. It is so ugly and I’ve been wanting to do something about it!

  • Kimberly F

    I have been so excited since hearing about Amy Butler’s corduroy! With 6 yards, there are so many things to make. I think I’d start with a fall jumper for my baby girl.

  • Jessica

    Would love to make some cute fall skirts for my girls! Love love love the corduroy!!!

  • Kim Reding

    There are many choices so it would be a tough decision. I would probably make a fall purse!

  • Erin

    Ooh….a small jumper for my small girl. And a small bag for me. And so much more!

  • Andrea

    I would make myself a skirt, my niece a cute little dress, some cute little shoes and eventually a bag or two. <3<3<3 this fabric!

  • Karyn Miracle

    I would recover a vintage chair and add some yummy throw pillows with MY fabric!! :-)

  • Amelia

    I would make a couple skirts for my daughter for the fall!!

  • Sara

    A winter wardrobe of jumpers for my 2 year old little girl and some play pants and crib shoes for my baby boy. LOVE Amy Butler!!

  • Rebecca

    I’m so happy you’re designing on corduroy now! I would make a bean bag / puff thing for my mum, those colours would suit her house perfectly!

  • julie (etsy stalkers)

    Ummm first I would learn how to sew, then I would make some bedding with it. OK, let’s be honest, I would pay someone to make the bedding!

  • Laura K.

    I would make an On.a.Whim natural heating sachet filled with rice and dried lavender which can be heated and used over and over again to ease all kinds of soreness. I think corduroy would be a nice and sturdy material for this purpose, and I love the design!

  • Sandy

    What gorgeous fabric! I would make a fall dress for myself and one for my granddaughter, and maybe use some in a lap quilt.

  • Mandy

    What would I sew…what would I sew….maybe an adorable jumper for my little girl :)

  • Claire Smith

    I’d definitely make a purse or two and a skirts for my bonus daughters!

  • Cristin

    Oh my goodness! I love all the corduroy goodness! I have a little guy, so I’d work on some hats for him, some pants, and maybe even a little something for me! Gahh the ideas are endless! Thanks for such a sweet giveaway, and to Amy B too!

  • emily

    I think I’d make a back to school jumper for my preschooler and I think I need a new handbag…. So pretty!

  • Jenni

    This would be beautiful fabric for a new crochet hook organizer! And perhaps a new wip bag too!

  • Lesley

    My mom has been teaching me to sew now that I am a new mother, and I would love to take this opportunity to sew myself some skirts or outfits for this coming winter for my little girl! Great giveaway!!

  • Lorena Gleason

    I would make a blankie.. and a dress for my daughter. I love the prints in this collection!

  • Trisha

    So many cute possibilities with this fabric! I would maybe sew some skirts for my daughter and me, with some knit or crochet flair!

  • Amy W

    This would be the perfect fabric to sew up a Collete Beignet skirt! So cozy for the fall/winter.

  • Jaime Deen

    Oh the beautiful things I could make with this, dresses for my 3 girls, backpacks or purses, hats, pillows, a quilt or a wall hanging quilt for one of the kids’ rooms, the ideas are endless, now if I could only win it! :)

  • Emma

    I would make a nifty messenger bag and a hat for starters!!

  • Sheri

    I would make two a-line jumpers for the kids going to school this year in Joplin, two to match for my girls and coordinating skirt for me using all of the leftovers. I would do for a fundraiser that I joined where I volunteered to make two new dresses for the kids affected and for me and my girls as a reminder of our blessings and how we can help to bless others.

  • Karen Younts

    I love Amy’s fabric and I enjoy quilting. I would use the fabric to make a quilt top.

  • Seana

    I would make bags, all shapes and sizes. Hopefully have enough for a sewing machine cover too!

  • Sarah

    Hmm… I would make a bookbag for my daughter, if I were to win. She’ll be attending school for the first time this year and she’ll look absolutely fabulous riding the bus for the first time. ;)

  • Anna Daly

    I would sew some baby things… booties, clothes… diaper bag or tote bag! Love the fabric!

  • Wendy

    I’d love to make a bag of some sort, possibly matching military style caps forthe twin boys I nanny.

  • Meredith Wnek

    I would sew a a tote bag for trips to the library, overalls for my Grand Baby Amelia who has BIG BLUE EYES and a little swing jacket for moi <3
    Meredith aka Studio Bene

  • Caroline Hoff

    Oh my goodness where do i start!! I think i would make some cute baby booties for the winter and then maybe some cushion covers and some little dresses and things!! So many ideas!!!

  • Sabrina

    Oooo… i love this fabric. I would make both my girls matching skirts from your video tutorial… and maybe matching purses or totes… they love accesories!!!! Did it say 6 yards????? I could prob make a few more things lol.
    sabrinaferster at gmail dot com

  • Meghan

    I would make skits for me and my friends!

    • Meghan

      Opps!!! SKIRTS!!!

  • Jackie

    Love this fabric! I’ve never sewn with corduroy and I would love to try a skirt though the dress shown on the Amy Butler site (using the corduroy) is awfully cute.

  • Amanda

    So cute… I can see pillows or a reupholstered wooden chair that’s been staring me down…

  • Renee

    I would definitely make a cute skirt or something like that and a fun fall dress, jumper, skirt or tunic for my 6 year old! Love Amy Butler and her color choices, so glad she is making corduroy now!

  • Sheri

    As part of a fundraiser, I would make back to school jumpers for two girls in Joplin. I would also make jumpers for my two girls and a skirt from the leftovers for me to remind us of our blessings and that we can help to bless others in need.

    • Jessica Rindeikis


  • Sheba

    I would make a blanket for the love of my life, my 1-year-old nephew.

  • Sara

    fall dresses for my daughter! ADORE this fabric :)

  • Kelly.R

    I would make some bibs, and ribbon blankets, and maybe some bloomers and diaper straps! Or tiny shoes… or a sewing machine cover!

  • Marge Lind

    I would use the fabric to trim out a shower curtain, towels and make some wakk art to redecorate my master bath.

  • julie Simpson

    Wow! I could do so much with all of that corduroy! I think a small throw quilt!

  • Queenie

    I will make cute pillows in animal shapes for my friends’ babies and kids. I will make a chic and simple jacket for myself for fall. There are endless projects for these beautiful corduroy!

  • LeeAnn

    I could think of 6 wonderful projects for this fabric but the top projects would be to upholster a tufted ottoman, sew my nieces skirts, and make a new fall bag for myself!

  • Jennifer Irey

    I would make the diaper bag from Amy’s Little Stitches for Little Ones book!!

  • Aimee

    Ooh, Luscious. i see a cool patchwork-y type shirt with that beautiful fabric. yeah for Amy butler!

  • Stephanie

    My daughter would look great in a jumper this fall!!!

  • MicheleinMaine

    I would make some cute mini skirts for my 13 year old daughter. Pillow covers with the leftovers. Thank you for the opportunity!

  • Adrienne

    I would love to sew a jumper for my five year old daughter, and some pj’s for my two year old son! Love it!!

  • Tagati

    What a peaceful blue fabric. I’d have to make a yoga mat cover so I could enjoy it whilst trying to become more flexible and grounded myself.

  • Ellen

    I would make a faux chenille blanket with this as the backing, it would be so soft and beautiful!

  • Jennifer

    I would make a yummy corduroy handbag for fall!

  • Diane Caton

    The fabric would make a wonderful girls jumper or a hooded jacket!

  • Virginia

    Messenger bags for my preschoolers – and a nap time mat cover! What a fantastic and durable fabric, love!

    • Jessica Rindeikis

      Awesome idea!

  • Jessica Rindeikis

    <3 <3 <3 My 8 year old and 2 year old girls are all about wearing "mommy's projects" and need some new duds! Right now we are limited to pillow case dresses and I am dipping into the ones we use! These are lovely fabrics <3 <3 <3

  • Morgan Wooten

    I would definitely be making a new case for my iPad (or several)! And maybe a simple skirt (a la Sewing in a Straight Line)

  • robin

    Exciting giveaway! I’d make a couple bags, and perhaps a little girl jumper or two. :)

  • Laura

    I would make a cute skirt for my girls!

  • Maribel Hannigan

    The PJs are cute, but I would attempt some cute fall dresses for my daughters.

  • Valerie Boudier

    I would use it to make a really great tote bag

  • Lee

    I would love to make some messenger bags for gifts with the fabric! lovely! thank you!

  • Alli

    I’d make a quilt! I love corduroy quilts. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Tracy Yorke

    Matching pajamas for my son and niece. And maybe a skirt for me if there is any left over.

  • Peggy McDevitt

    I would love to win this, a corduroy quilt would be great, that’s what I am going to make. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Debi Miller

    I would make a dress for one of my beautiful grand-daughters!

  • Heidi aka Digital Misfit

    I would love to reupholster my craft room chair in that bold beautiful corduroy. I would also use some for a bit of raw edge applique on a hoodie for fall.

  • faith

    I would have probably have to make my nieces each a dress. And maybe some cool pillows for my room with the scraps!

  • Jody

    What stunning fabrics! I can see my little girls in a gorgeous creation!

  • Holly Marsh

    I would make a cute over-the-shoulder bag with the fabric!

  • Jenny

    Definitely a cute gym bag to take to yoga class!

  • Kacy

    I would use this gorgeous fabric to make winter jumpers for my toddler. How CUTE!

  • Meredith

    SO, SO, SO gorgeous!!!! I would definitely make some back to school dresses for my daughter.

  • Mary

    I too have loved her stuff for a long time, I still have a few pieces of the Charm range kept safe! Wowee and a chance to win some corduroy, I think I would be quite selfish and make myself a skirt instead of sewing for others (which is what I mostly do!).
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Jodie

    What beautiful fabric! I love Amy Butler and I would sew my two little girls fall dresses and maybe a skirt for myself! The possibilities are endless!

  • Anne

    Wow! Six one-yard cuts is very generous! I think I’d have to make a jumper for my great-niece, and I think I’d also have to make a vest for myself! Looks like there would still be enough to make a swanky throw pillow or two and maybe even a tote bag! So many ideas!

  • Sharon

    I would make a newsboy hat or a skirt.

  • Emily Evison

    I’ve just been diagnosed with cancer in my spine and won’t be getting out to hunt down interesting fabrics as much as usual. As Autumn’s chill draws in, I’d love to sew some soft, cozy clothes for my children and skull-caps for myself. I’ve just bought Amy’s hat pattern for the very purpose. Any leftovers would go into a baby’s ‘hope’ quilt I’ve started- I hope I get to give it to my first nephew in person.

  • Sai

    I would sew a million birds for a mobile.

  • Lisa Kingsbury

    I’d love to sew a warm jacket for the change of seasons for my daughter – so cute!

  • Mary Ann

    Awesome! Gorgeous!

  • Sydney

    some funky/fresh pj pants would be perfect for the upcoming idaho winter!!

  • lpara (Laurie)

    Oh My Word! I’d make something cutesie like those baby pj’s –too adorable!! Or pillows. :D If you win, will you make us keep our word–I change my mind a lot LOL!! :D

  • Dara Malone

    Amy makes me so proud to be a Midwest girl!

  • Heather

    Such great fabric! I would make some new bags and pillows for the living room!

  • Nancy

    I would make a tote or pillows! I LOVE Amy Butler Fabric!!!

  • Maria Largaespada

    I would make some jammies for my 1 year old grandson!

  • Lisa

    I’d make some cute pj bottoms too!

  • kathy raabe

    I would sew a skirt/jacket/pants for my 4 year old fashionista granddaughter!! Thank you!

  • Renee G

    I’d like to make some pillows for my son to take with him when he heads off to college this fall.

  • Brandy Thrasher

    I would love to make some pants for fall for my 18 month old. She would look so cute in those patterns! Thanks for doing this giveaway, Im hoping to win your book on Prudent baby also!

  • SSapp

    Love Amy Butler! A skirt pieced from several of her coordinating fabrics would be my first project. And maybe a long jacket!

  • jennie

    oh i’ve been wanting to make a corduroy bag for a while now … or maybe some skirts for my nieces …

  • Carol

    A cozy flannel backed quilted throw!!! I so love snuggling up on cold winter nights under a warm yummy cozy throw….these fabrice would be perfect!
    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  • Dawn L.

    Pillows for my daughter’s bedroom since those beautiful colors are “her” colors!

  • Jaime Decker

    A shirt with this fabric would be fab!!!

  • Catlyn

    There are some adorable swaddling blankets that would be even more amazing in this fabric! Or a keepsake teddy bear would be precious!

  • Melody

    I would make a lovely autumn skirt for myself with this gorgeous corduroy!

  • Amanda

    It would make a gorgeous winter dress for my daughter.

  • Celena

    Lovely fabric! Definately, a pj for my little man ;-)

  • Vicki

    I would make some gorgeous warm, cuddly cushions. Thanks for the opportunity to enter

  • Nikkee

    I’ve been meaning to make some jackets, I think those corduroys would look divine =)

  • Rachel

    A jumper for my nearly-2-year-old daughter would be the first project….with big fabric covered buttons and a sweet little pleated pocket. :)

  • Jeanie Chambard-Orth

    Oh this print is adorable in P.J.’s for this little one! Which gave me the idea of what I would make with the fabric–A cozy quilt/baby blanket. If there is a coordinating flannel, oh how cute that would be together with
    the “Soul Blossom” corduroy!!
    Thanks for the idea!!

  • Kell

    Love these fabrics! I would sew two lovely winter pinafores for my two daughters, and then so pants or pj’s for my son – just to make sure everyone is covered :) any left overs would be saved for future gifts :)

  • Micha

    I would make an amazing dress for me and my two daughters, new hat for my granny , new fall bag , shopping bag-librery bag, veekender bag… I would make many many projects … This material is so brilliant.
    I´m so sorry for my english.

  • Danielle

    A skirt!

    So excited for this line to be out!

  • Kelly Rodgers

    pyjamas & stacks of cushion. It looks so soft and comfy. Delicious!

  • teresita

    pillows and a sumer bag, to take everything to the beach!!

  • Carey

    I want to say a fabulous jacket- but know i am not skilled enough- so it might just end up as pillows!

  • Cyndi

    We have a family on our street going through some rough times right now. With the new fabric I would make several back to school outfits for their beautiful little girls!

  • Patti Talbot

    I think these fabrics would make some really cute pillows! They are gorgeous!

  • julia s

    Wow! I can only imagine how many cute things I could learn how to make now that I am a SAHM and beginning to learn what theis new sewing world is all about!! Super cute prints!

  • debbie lindsay

    So many possibilities :) Definitely a purse, a jumper for a darling 4 yr old, maybe some cozy blankets –
    Thank you!

  • Carrie

    I think a great fall handbag is a must! It’s beautiful!

  • Autumn

    I would make pants for my kids, and maybe a skirt for myself if I had enough! It’s gorgeous.

  • Leacena

    PJ’s, cushions and Note books! I’ve been wanting to get a hold of some Amy Butler fabric for SO long!

  • Taiknot

    Now that the Northwest is finially getting some sun, I would make a picnik/beach blanket!

  • Deb

    An awesome corduroy skirt! AND a handbag! And my mom, niece and I have been making walker bags to donate to local nursing homes.. this would make an awesome walker bag.

  • Bekah

    I’ve had a trench coat pattern in my stash since last fall and have been trying to find just the right color corduroy to use with it…I’m thinking an Amy Butler cord would be fabulous!!

  • Sharon White

    Amy Butler fabrics are so rich in color! What a nice collection…..I’d love to make some pillows for my new home! Thanks for sharing!

  • Sommer

    I would make seat cushions for my wooden office chair and rocking chair. Covering a corkboard used to tack things up would be fun too. Very pretty material.

  • Helenh

    I love AB’s fabric, and im thrilled she has ventured into voiles, corduroys and rayons! I would make a bag, and also a little dress for my BFF’s daughter who turns 2 very soon.

  • Melissa

    Oh my! A new “mom” bag, a dress for my niece, and maybe some long PJ shorts for me! Thank you!

  • Renee C

    I would sew something cute for my nephew who is due next month and some matching pj pants for my hubby.

  • Vonda

    I would make a dress from Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for my precious new granddaughter, Peyton. I’d also like to make a new bookbag for myself (I’m a teacher.) With any leftovers, I’d make some fun clutches for my friends.

  • Lindsi

    oooh, I would love to make stuffed animals for my nieces, and slippers for my self! I have never used corduroy to sew but I think I would love it.

  • Lindsay

    Oh wow, I think I’d love to make a stuffed elephant!

  • Jackie

    I would love to make pants and bags, possibly a skirt or two. Thanks for the chance. Hope I win :))

  • Kati

    Dresses for my girls!

  • Carla McKinney

    I would make a beautiful winter quilt.

  • VacationJudy

    Well, I love purses and bags so that’s what I’d make…for myself and both of my daughters. Plus we love Amy Butler!

  • Michelle @ If Toys Could Talk

    Oooh, what gorgeous fabrics! I’d love to use them to make a few jumpers and dresses for my daughter. And maybe even a purse or two! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  • Caroline

    I would need to make some little dresses for my sister and 2 little cousins. and maybe a jacket for me I can’t resist jackets:)

  • Tina C.

    I would like to make a bean bag for my TV room i just painted orange.

  • LH

    I’d make a skirt for myself! I don’t buy many clothes for myself these days but would love a cute corduroy skirt for the cold weather this fall & winter!

  • Audrey

    I’m thinking an adorable corduroy skirt for starters, and then an adorable messenger bag for school this fall! So many ideas, so little time :D

  • Carla G

    I would sew myself a skirt and some pj’s for my kids! What a great giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win!

  • Judith

    I think that a skirt would be a great project.

  • Rebecca

    Oh! I have been waiting for these! I will be making reversible a-line jumpers. And iPad Hipsters, too!!

  • Brenda

    I have a great pattern that will be so cute with the new Amy Butler cord fabric…it is a three quarter length artist jacket! Fun and fashionable!

  • Pang

    making clothes for kid is a good idea. but i will use the fabric to make tote bags.

  • Linda

    If I won this fabric I’d make my daughters a overall pinafore and my son some nice duds. And maybe a couple of cute headbands for myself!

  • Emily

    I love Amy Butler fabrics! They have a great retro feel!

    • Emily

      I would sew a fun fall skirt for my daughter!

  • Lonna

    I would make really super cute baby clothes.

  • erin

    i would make straight line bowls!

  • Sara

    a kimono style jacket will be great using this fabric.

  • lorraine

    so have to make some tufted pillows..or make a cover for my small ottoman

  • Emily F

    a little jacket in that corduroy would be just perfect! so pretty!

  • Natasha

    I would sew pants and skirts for my little girls for fall. I am trying to sew more of their clothes and I have been eyeing these fabrics!

  • Laura J

    I would make a tote bag

  • Maile

    I would sew some fall/winter skirts for my two little girls. Maybe one for myself too!

  • Erin

    I’ve got some chairs that are begging for new seat covers! What a lovely variety of patterns!

  • Pam

    What I would WANT to make is some pillows for my home. WHAT would probably happen is making something for my daughters once they see the fabric!

  • Emily Furda

    I would totally go for a skirt & maybe a purse. I’d love to incorporate some crochet or knit lace or even just a trim!

  • Annie

    I love print corduroy! You hardly ever see it in the stores anymore. Makes the cutest casual dresses and jumpers! And also great for pillow backs when I do a cross-stitch pillow top!

  • Deirdre

    Definitely at least one awesome bright, soft throw pillow – probably also try out a new wallet pattern, or at least an awesome bag!

  • Meghan

    I might have to go with a set of those pyjamas because they might be the cutest things I’ve ever seen, and the tiny people in my life would probably get something new and fun too!

  • AnnaPK

    I would use this beautiful fabric to make back to school clothes for my daughter!

    I came over from Prudent Baby, and I love your site! I am adding to my following list!

  • Juliette

    little jumpers for my 2 nieces! totally!

  • Shannon

    I would definitely make a cute new bookbag for school, a cute headband or two, and a skirt!

  • Yasmine

    A cozy quilt for my 4 year old cousin, who says that she wants to grow up and be like me!!

  • Mary

    Oooo, I would make some seat cushions for my dinning room chairs.

  • Judy

    I’d make a gorgeous corduroy boho bag that can be taken anywhere on a lazy day. =)

  • Marjory

    A skirt!

  • Joelle

    I would definitely make some kind of bag!

  • Kendall

    This fabric looks so cuddly and yummy! I would love to make a snuggly pillow or some comfy but styling pajamas.

  • Carmen

    I could either see these as a cute romper outfit for my little girl, or a set of pillows. I really miss the corduroy pillows I used to have (they got tossed during a move).

  • Ann

    I would sew a cool slouchy bag and maybe a matching bag for my laptop! Great patterns!

  • Shanley

    I’m thinking a cover for my ottoman.. durable and pretty!

  • Cathy Peskey

    I would love to sew my daughter and granddaughter matching dresses. I am in love with this fabric line. Thanks again for another chance to win!

  • kim m

    These fabrics would be a fantastic start to my first kids clothing project. Possibly a smock dress or kimono style shirt
    mcintosh dot kimberley at gmail dot com

  • Edra

    It would be a toss up between a skirt for me or for my two girls. It would make the cutest fall a line skirt!!!!! Maybe I would have to get more of it and make skirts for all three of us!!!! They are still young enough that matching mom is still cool!!

  • michele

    A BIG tote bag or some fun throw pillows. How ’bout a quilt for the winter? The possibilities are endless! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Lela

    maybe a skirt and/or some new throw pillows. :)

  • Jenna Maine

    I think I would have to make a ruffled fall dress for my daughter. Or a bag for myself :)

  • Sharon Johnson-Eby

    I would love to make a cover for my Ipad, and one for my mother-in-laws Nook. For the remaining fabric I would try to make a small make-up bag. The fabric is so lovely!

  • Katherine

    I would make myself a skirt for the autumn and with any offcuts use them to make some cute pin cushions for the girls at my craft group! Lovely fabric!

  • Ashley

    I’d make cute little boho bags for myself and some girlfriends!

  • Mary

    I would make a outfit for my 8 year granddaughter.Love your beautiful fabrics.

  • Andi

    Oooh, a cute tiered skirt for my girls would probably be the project I’d do! They have old ones that are falling apart!

  • Leigh Anne

    I’ve been trying to get my hands on the Sugar City “Village Frock” pattern every since I saw it. I think it is adorable! I’d sew one for my little girl. But, I’ve also though of trying to make one for myself to wear with leggings & boots this winter….adorable!! That’s what I’d do w/ this cute fabric :)

  • Joanna

    I LOVE this fabric! I would make some jumpers for my toddler and a fall skirt for me.

  • Hyon

    I would sew your one hour skirt for myself and a matching one for my 19 mo old daughter.

  • Darcy Friedmann

    Lovely prints!! I would definitely make some skirts for my little niece, and maybe some pillows for the house.

  • Melissa

    Oh! I love Amy Butler’s fabrics. I think I’d have to make a skirt or two….

  • Diane

    Very nice. Definitely a skirt!!

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