Do you have a fabric sweet tooth?
Well do I have some fabric eye candy for you this weekend.
One of my new sponsors, Fashionable Fabrics is giving away a $50 gift certificate to their shop!
Don’t just love their button?
It’s a great indicator of the great style and quality you’ll find in their products.
Take a gander at some of these great prints. I browsed through their shop and picked out a mix of my favorites.
(Click on the image to get the designer information and to be taken to the listing)
Fashionable Fabrics is literally a mom and pop run by a cute couple, Dennis and Tonia. Tonia is the drive and creative mind behind the shop and Dennis handles the technical side of things. And they do a beautiful job together.
Tonia is passionate about finding high quality, unique fabrics, out of print fabrics, and is often the first to get her hands on the best stuff.
And their fabrics are very affordable, often listed at least $1 or $2 lower than most other boutiques.
If you’re looking for a great fabric to add a unique flair to your projects, be sure to check out Fashionable Fabrics. They are having a great deal on shipping right now too:
I plan on grabbing a couple of yards of some Alexander Henry maybe something like these cool black and white prints:
This weekend they are giving away a $50 gift certificate to one lucky reader! Imagine how much fabric you can get with that?
Here are the rules:
1. Open to U.S. AND International readers! They ship worldwide. The shipping promotion will not apply to international readers, but you can certainly enter this giveaway!
2. Please leave a comment with your email address.
3. Additional entry (I usually don’t like to make you do any extra work to enter a giveaway, but I really adore this shop and am doing this so you will take a minute to really get to know Fashionable Fabrics)
Visit them at their shop or through their other media links:
Then come back and say you did so!
So you have two ways to win.
Giveaway ends Monday, July 30, 2012 at 12 PM MDT.
Giveaway now closed. Comments hidden to protect entrants from spammers.