It was my first year to find out about "Give-a-way Day" which is hosted by Sew Mama Sew each year. Each year a list of blog sites and stores sites sign-up up to give something(s) away. This year it was divided into three categories, there were sites from all over the world participating, and the lists were massive! I was having a bad recovery week and thus was only able to check out about 20 blogs on one list and maybe 4 blogs on another list. Today my package arrived in the mail from Karamat; I was informed a few days ago that I won!
What did I win? Well, Karamat has an etsy store which sells fabric. On her blog she required each person to pick two yards of fabric they would like from the Etsy site and make a comment. I pointed out the listings for one yard of each of the prints from the "Frolic" line that is in the first picture above. In the second picture the new fabric is tucked in with the "frolic" stash. You may be able to tell that I end up stashing more from Sandy Gervais' lines than any other fabric designers (she currently has 1.5 drawers with her name on it), although I have started to branch out a little. I originally saw a line of fabric called "Fresh Squeezed" in a quilting magazine and really liked it. It could not be found, but "Frolic" was by the same designer and had similar prints that I really enjoyed.
Moda Bake shop has a great pattern using "Frolic" called "WhirlyWheels Baby Quilt" that I was drawn to, so I started collecting fabrics. However, in the end, I could not bring myself to cut into the fabrics since it was my first foray into the lands of designer fabrics and so I made this pink quilt last year for a friend out of other fabrics. I found another Moda Bake Shop pattern inspired by "Frolic" that I will be attempting in the future.