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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Dena Design Giveaway -- Pretty Little Things



The month of June has flown by but we still need to get your thoughts on the Pretty Little Things in your life.  Much like the new FreeSpirit Collection Pretty Little Things (24 SKUs, available now) by Dena Designs, this fun and whimsical fabric is the perfect combination of hand painted florals and geometric prints.  Let the fresh aqua, pink, yellow and orange colors inspire your creativity.  What would you make from six, one yard cuts of Pretty Little Things.  Tell us before midnight Monday, July 3 and six random comentators will get just that chance . . . to create some pretty little things. 


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118 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would make some bags. They would make great Christmas gifts.

mean sarah jean said...

i would make some summer dresses for my little girl

mean sarah jean said...

i would make some summer dresses for my little girl

Anonymous said...

These fabrics are so lovely - I'd be pleased to use them in any number of projects: table runner, clever little bags, or bed quilts!
Thanks, Elizabeth

Email: boltonia55@yahoo.com

Sunnybec said...

Bags!! I would make lots of summer bags for presents for family and friends. Thanks for the giveaway. Linda

Marcia W. said...

I have five grandnieces so some fabric will be allocated to making some cute outfits for the pretty little babies. The remainder will be used in a baby quilt. These are the cutest fabrics for making pretty little things for girls.

Jan said...

I would definitely make a quilt. This is beautiful fabric.

Savannagal said...

Well, I signed up for the Craftsy.com block of the month class, so I'd probably use some of the fabric to practice making some of the quilt blocks. I've never made a quilt before, so it would be a great opportunity to try out your fabric.

Gale, Ky quilter said...

Oh my! This is beautiful fabric! If I were to win of course I would have to touch it and admire it for awhile before cutting. ;) Then when I got that out of my system I would make a beautiful quilt for my grand daughter who is turning 12. It's her perfect colors and it does look all girly and feminine! I love Dena Designs! Thanks for the chance to win!

Pam said...

I would make pretty things for my kitchen, including an apron, so my time playing, cooking really would be even more pleasurable.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would make a quilt for my sunporch with these beautiful fabrics.

Jane said...

Wow, such pretty fabric. I'd like to make pretty patchwork cafe curtains for my daughter's room or maybe so bright fresh pillow covers for me!

memmens said...

I've just been making journal covers and frame purses and think these fabrics would be gorgeous for both these projects, and because they are both small a little fabric can go a long way!

Belinda said...

Definitely a pretty quilt, a clutch or two &/or a pretty apron. The colors & designs are so pretty in this line!

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

I would really like make a pattern I just designed called crazy 8's it's not quite ready for realease this week, sample is done(written directions needs to be on paper & run past a proor reader) but should be ready in a few. I would need to buy 2 half yard pieces of of solids in compatible colors as well to complete the 8 colors. I like free spriit fabrics because of the bright colors and patterns but they are hard to find in our area. I do have a few though and they are NICE. Some are in the the quilt top I am finishing tonight!!

Bobbie said...

whilst spring cleaning today, i just came across a perfect quilt pattern for those 6 cuts!

B Greene said...

Gorgeous fabric - I need to make a baby quilt, but if I won this bundle I might have to make a lap quilt for myself :-) Don't worry - the baby will get a quilt in the end.

Rebeckah Austin said...

I think tea cosys and mug rugs are a must!

Kacey said...

I would definitely make a sweet baby girl quilt!

Stephanie said...

I always love seeing dresdens dressed in different fabrics. Perhaps dresdens with a stripey binding. Lovely summery colors.

Jo said...

Oh, a quilt, of course! Thank you!
Boppiesgirl@gmail.com

Judy1522 said...

Beautiful fabrics. I would make pillows or quilts with the fabric.

audrey said...

I need to make a baby girl quilt, and this fabric would be perfect! Love it! (And maybe, if there was extra, I would make a bag for me.)

Pattyskypants said...

I would make a tiered skirt for myself using a bit of each print. Then I would make a quilt and, if there were anything left over, I would make a shopping tote. xxoo Patty

Anonymous said...

Wow! These fabrics have such possibilities---besides quilts, table runners, placemats, yoga bag. But my three young granddaughters would look so cute in some outfits made with a mixture of the fabrics that seem to coordinate so easily, so that would probably be my first choice to make.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

A quilt for my daughter, with a matching pillow. Or maybe she would like a bag instead. Thanks for the chance to win.

Karon said...

I would love to make some tote bags, very bright and cheery!

Jennie P. said...

I love the very organic feel of these fabrics. The trees are absolutely adorable!

Cecilia said...

I would make a lap size quilt, a new bag (for me) and maybe some dresses for my granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabric.

Joanna said...

I would love to make a dress or colorful tunic. A purse to go along with it would be nice, too. Gorgeous fabric.

Juels said...

I love the colors in this line. Makes me think of lolipops and cool summer days. I think a lap quilt would be in order. Something to take away the winter blues. Thanks!

Waverlee said...

I would make a lap quilt with it :)

mypridenjoy said...

I love the line. It is so fun and cheerful. My 3 yr. old granddaughter would look adorable in the prints.
mypridenjoy@embarqmail.com

Darlene said...

I would make a quilt with this lovely fabric. Dena's fabric always speaks to my style. thanks for a chance to win!

DianeY said...

With one yard cuts, I'd have enough to do some sewing for my granddaughters. They are still at the age where they love what tutu makes for them, so I need to keep at it before they grow up & get fussy!

Melanie said...

I would make either a quilt or some beautiful bags from this gorgeous fabric. Thanks for the chance!

Ginger said...

I would make myself a skirt from one of Sew Serendipity's patterns.

ginger c at gmail dot com

Joan said...

Dress for my granddaughter, top for my daughter, and a quilt, of course!

Ramona said...

This is such a great fabric line. I love the companion quilt pattern. I would think the isosceles triangle quilt would also show off the prints well.

The small geometric patterns make me want to make a Tova top or other smock.

generationSue said...

I would love to make a quilt for my daughter. :)

Tamie said...

Love this collection. It would be perfect for a quilt. So pretty. Thanks for the giveaway.

Jenelle said...

I would be tempted to put it to use in a quilting project, but it would also be fun to make a shower curtain or some regular curtains. :) Thanks for the chance!

Kimberly Cassie said...

I've been reading Modern Blocks by Susanne Woods....I would make a quilt based on the Mondrain block in her book. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity.

Sharon said...

I have to say that I love this fabric. I am now switching my sewing room to something called "all about me" and this fabric would set a wonderful tone for that. I would make curtains for the windows and a cover for my bench and a pillow for my sewing chair. And then I would also like to make a sun dress for my grandbaby girl. Thanks for the chance these are just lovely.

Dana Gaffney said...

I would make beautiful quilts. Dena's fabrics are always so wonderful to work with.

Jeanie said...

I'd love a light, summer quilt with this airy fabric. Thanks so much!

alicaz said...

I would make several bags for my DD and her friends

Linda Coleman said...

some bags, makeup bags and pencil cases

Christina said...

I've got a little girl on the way, and this would make the perfect nursery bedding... thanks for the opportunity! christina112358 at gmail dot com

Karenkay said...

My favorite things to make are totes, clutches, or any other type of handbag. The fabric is lovely.

Bonnie said...

This would be the perfect combination for a quilt for my pretty little granddaughter, Julia. And I bet there would be some left over for a dolly quilt, too!

Pat said...

I would make some bags for the granddaughters and a couple aprons to use as gifts,

SewSuzie said...

Lovely - perfect for some summer skirts.

barb said...

I would.make a summer quilt babscorbitt@gmail.
com

barb said...

I would.make a summer quilt babscorbitt@gmail.
com

s2br11 said...

I would make a "circle quilt". Not sure how to describe it, but it would showcase the beautiful fabrics!
Thanks for the chance to win!
Mary Malone
maryandruss at wi dot rr dot com

ifinallyhavetime.com said...

I would make some baby quilts to show at my quilt guilds next show in October and then give as gifts.
Linda f.

Robin noteverstill said...

I'd love to make a big, summery beach bag!

babiesdoc said...

I would make some cute little tops and accessories for my nieces and maybe use the scraps with a lot of white to make a little quilt

Mimi said...

This has to be the prettiest line of fabric yet! I would make a quilt maybe two with that much fabric!! Thanks for the chance and your generosity!

Deborah said...

I would make a cheery lap quilt to brighten up the Michigan winter that will be here before you know it!

Anshu said...

Oh this is such a pretty collection. I would make some dresses and bloomers for my newborn niece.

imquilternity said...

I would make a quilt, of course! A Chevron quilt, I think, because it would show off the lovely fabrics. Combine them with white and it was be stunning!

D said...

I would make some cute baby quilts!

Omee Bubu said...

I will make bibs and burp cloth sets!

Wayne said...

I would make some lovely pillow cases with them and small bags for gifts.
Helen

Mrs.Pickles said...

I think these would make for some lovely outdoor placematts

Robin said...

I know the perfect baby girl to make a quilt and a smock dress for! And since they'll be much left over - maybe a hangbag for me.
Thank you for the great giveaway.

Carrie P. said...

With all that fabric I would definitely make a quilt. thanks for a chance.

Amy said...

Love the fabric. I would make skirts for my daughters, a bag for myself and use the extra and scraps in quilts.

Ali said...

I wan to make a sewing machine cover, this would be perfect!

Mindy said...

More than likely, I would make little dresses for my grand daughters. I lthink bold colors and prints just go with summer and little girls!

quilary said...

I'd make a tablecloth, tablerunner and placemats to make a very summery table setting (just perfect for a December summer in my part of the world!)

AnneMarie said...

I would make a lovely summer quilt... so girly! Thank you.
AnneMarie

Debra Lee said...

I would make some cushion covers.

DonnaRae said...

Kitchen, Kitchen, Kitchen, then any leftovers/ Would make a little girls dress for sure.
So Pretty!

Gunilla said...

Lovely fabric! Sweet,summery,happy! I would if I won just admire it for a while, and then make placemats for my very old wooden kitchen table, for is to use all summer!

Lisnaweary Quilts said...

It would have to be a quilt, the colours are gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

I would make the quilt for my granddaughter. She is goiing to be eleven in august,
Thanks for the give away,
Greetings Dini
akuijer@versatel.nl

Kristy @cottonaddiction said...

My daughter's room would love this bundle! A valance. A quilt & pillow...oh, we would use every little scrap of this scrumptious fabric!

Jo's Corner said...

Some lovely pillows for my living room.
jomoseley57 at gmail dot com

Jo's Corner said...

Some lovely pillows for my living room.
jomoseley57 at gmail dot com

Lis said...

I would make some bags and skirt and possibly a quilt!
lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

all you need is love said...

My daughter would love a dress and I would use some as backdrops for my photography business until I just couldn't resist sewing with them any longer.

Carolyn S. said...

Such beauties! I'd have to make a quilt out of these. Some of the colors are so rich and they all look great!

California Fiber artist and composer said...

I would make a clutch back and then use the balance in summer clothes.

Anonymous said...

Some bags or pouches!:)
andri_chama(at)yahoo(dot)com

Emily said...

I'd use them in a pillow sham.

Nadine said...

I would make some pretty baby girl quilts or maybe some bags for pretty friends. The fabrics are wonderful.
thanks for the giveaway
Nadine

Nadine said...

I would make some pretty baby girl quilts. Or maybe some bags for pretty girl friends
thanks for the giveaway.

Homemaker Honey said...

How beautiful! I have been wanting to make a sewing machine cover for myself. That's to start with...from there I'd let the fabric speak to me. :)

Thank you!

Deborah
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

donna said...

omg! i would love to make a quilt with some extra decorations for my granddaughers room. she's going thruough a lot right now with her parents and a bright project would be great.

Leo said...

I need pot holders, so they would be high on the list. I also need to get a needle case and a pin cushion (yes I still don't have them) - and I have someone patiently waiting for a cushion for the garden bench ..

Carla said...

Dresses, dresses, dresses for my granddaughter.

LeAnne said...

I would make a new lap quilt for our sofa to brighten up the room.

sandyb said...

I have a few really beautiful purse patterns which would be perfect for this fabric and that is what I would use this fabric for if I won it.

Thank you for the chance. It is so beautiful.

sandyb720 at gmail dot com

Marilyn said...

I would make something to decorate my bedroom and my granddaughters

donna said...

i apologize if i posted this twice but i don't see the first one!

i would love to make a whole ensemble for my granddaugher's bedroom. she could use a boost of moral right now!
donna
madkat@tampabay.rr.com

Sallie said...

I'd make a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I would make some pieced napkins to put in the children's lunch baskets.

Libby said...

I would make some nice summer skirts for the little girls in my life.

Anonymous said...

i would make a baby quilt for my brand new great grand daughter and the remainder of the fabric i would share with a lady from my quilting group who sews beautiful childrens clothes for the youngsters in our shelter. thanks for opportunity.

Anonymous said...

i would make a baby quilt for my brand new great grand daughter and the remainder of the fabric i would share with a lady from my quilting group who sews beautiful childrens clothes for the youngsters in our shelter. thanks for opportunity.

Beulah said...

Those are indeed pretty little fabrics perfect for creating pretty little things for friends and family! :D
Headbands, gypsy bags,table linens, book covers, throw quilts...the sky is the limit with these beautiful fabrics!

sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

Carla said...

I left a comment yesterday but I guess it got ate by the internet demons LOL I said I'd make dresses and more dresses for my granddaughter.

tore said...

I need to make a bumper for my daughter's crib (she wiggles around so much that she ends up sleeping with various limbs poking out the sides). "Pretty Little things" are perfect for the job.

Ginny said...

Lovely. I see wonderful bags and little girl dresses! I would also love a summer mug rug to enjoy while I have my morning coffee :)

Kathy said...

I'd make pillows and bags most likely and perhaps a pretty apron for my niece. winterwrens at gmail dot com

Kristy said...

These fabrics are so pretty! I would make my granddaughter a fun ruffle skirt; myself a lovely table runner; and some cute little bags for gifts. Oh, and some cute pillow cases with crochet edges. I could go on and on.

Muttmomkay said...

The colors are so pretty, bright and cheerful. I think my daughter needs a quilt made of this fabric!

Lisa Marie said...

I would love to make a quilt for my 8 year old niece who would love these fabrics.

Kimberly Cassie said...

I would make a quilt out of those beauties.

Carla G said...

I'd make some pillows, some skirts & shorts for my niece and maybe a bag! Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

Jeanne said...

A tote bag, pillows and quilt would all make up pretty with these fabrics.

MoeWest said...

I would make a quilt. I love the colours together. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric!

basildonkitchens said...

I would definitely make a quilt! I love those fabrics!

Angela Greenwald said...

I would make a baby quilt. My favorite!

Jeanie said...

I received my stack of fabrics today! They are lovely and such a generous giveaway. Thank you so very, very much!