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Frolic with Fabric Spot! {a challenge *entries closed}

2014 May 27

Good Tuesday to you all. I’m excited to share Thread Riding Hood’s first ever Fabric Challenge with you today! Fabric Spot and I have teamed up to give away 4 delicious organic bundles. Yes, I said 4 of you can qualify for the challenge, Hooray!

Ever since I met Karen last year she has been a promoter of organic fabrics. They are better for the environment and for our bodies, because the plants used to make the fabric are grown without pesticides, herbicides and genetically modified seeds. Just think how much better you and your (grand) kids feel without all that next to your skin! She stocks the largest organic fabric collection available online in Canada, including lots of organic solids to go with your organic prints.

She has recently stocked the birch collection “Frolic” (organic of course!) in both the pink and blue colourways. Check it out! I love the “hidden” animals and the flying whale might just be my favorite. Perfect for some summer sewing!

Karen from Fabric Spot will be sending 4 challengers one fat quarter bundle of Frolic each. Two pink bundles and two blue bundles in total. The challengers will sew something using each fabric in the bundle, photograph it and then I will post the finished projects here at the end of the month. I’m so excited to see what everyone will come up with!

Here are the details: (due to shipping time, this contest is open to Canadian and US readers only)

  • Comment on this post between today and Thursday night (May 29th) following the directions below.
  • I will chose, email and post the winners on the blog this Friday. Karen will ship the bundles as soon as she receives everyone’s address.
  • The challengers find the bundles in the mail (Yay!) and use only the fat quarter bundle fabric to sew their creation. They can add whatever other embellishments they wish to their project.
  • Contestants post their project photos on their blog, Flickr site or (not-private) Facebook page by June 27th with links to Fabric Spot and Thread Riding Hood. Thankfully projects get finished more quickly with a deadline right?!
  • Here’s the fun part for me – I get to post project photos here on June 30th with links to the challenger’s original posted photos! Maybe the challengers will even give us a little write-up on their process. (hint, hint?!)

To qualify for a chance to win (*entries closed), make one comment below that includes the following four things: 1)What city/town you live in. 2) Which bundle you would use – pink or blue. 3) What you would make with the fabric. 4) A link to a photographed previous project you have created. (By commenting you agree that if you are chosen, you will complete and photograph your project by June 27th so we can post them all in time, Thank you!)

Have fun! See you on Friday to find out who wins.

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  1. May 27, 2014

    How fun! I would love to use the blue to make a diaper bag and some baby accessories….I have lots of friends having boys :) They would make an awesome patchwork panel to use on the bag exterior, and maybe some matching softies, or burp cloths accented with the scraps!
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  2. Laura @ Seams Sew Laura permalink
    May 27, 2014

    I’d love to take part in this!
    1. I live in Mississauga, ON
    2. I would use the pink bundle
    3. I would make either a swimming bag with accessories or, since this is organic cotton, a baby gift pack to include bibs, burp pads, pacifier clip, blanket, etc.
    4. Here is a link to my Facebook page where I post everything I sew:
    Thank you!

  3. May 27, 2014

    1. I live in Wainwright, AB (well… on the army base so it’s called Denwood, AB)
    2. I would choose to sew with the pink bundle as I am having a baby girl.
    3. I would sew a diaper bag and change pad.
    4. Here is a link to my most recent finish which was also a challenge project with a deadline.

  4. Wendy permalink
    May 27, 2014

    1)I’m in a place called River Glade NB, which is just outside of Moncton :)
    2) I’m more drawn to the pink however the blue is pretty cute too!
    3) I usually make bags etc but a little summer dress would be cute!
    4) It’s not sewn but crocheted, a tutu skirt

  5. Natalie Mcphail permalink
    May 27, 2014

    I love these fabric bundles. I live in Pickering, Ontario and I would use the blue one for my little guy. I make banana a bibs and toy tethers. I would make a quilted tether for his sippy cup to enjoy some cool water during the hot summer.

    Here is a link to my Facebook page.

  6. May 27, 2014

    I would LOVE the one in pink. My daughter loves pillowcase dresses, so I would make something similar to that.
    I am in Ottawa, Ontario.
    My facebook page is or etsy is

  7. May 27, 2014

    I am in Grass Valley, CA.
    I love the pink bundle and would likely use it to make something for my girls (ages 1 and 3.)
    You can view some of my projects on Instagram at:

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. Heather W. permalink
    May 28, 2014

    I am in El Dorado, Arkansas.

    I would take either the pink (for granddaughter appearing in August) or the blue for my nephew that was born a couple of months ago.

    My facebook page where many of the items I have made are.

  9. May 28, 2014

    1) Calgary, AB
    2) The Blue colourway- though the pink is just as spectacular!
    3) I’m leaning towards a crib quilt, but I can see a baby gift set also. Change pad, burb cloths & bibs

  10. Jennifer permalink
    May 28, 2014

    1. I live in Mississauga
    2. The blue bundle would be perfect
    3. I have a single strap toddler backpack in mind that I would like to make a bit more beach friendly and this fabric would be great for that.
    4. I signed up for Flickr last night just so I could enter this challenge ;)
    Being new at this…I hope that leads you to some horses I put together.

  11. May 28, 2014

    1 – Moses Lake, which is a rural town in Washington. My closest fabric store is 1.5 hours away!
    2 – Definitely the blue. The pink is cute, but my boys wouldn’t appreciate it :)
    3 – I got addicted to making mini quilts not long ago, so I think I would make one to hang in their room.
    4- The mini that got me addicted:
    Thanks for the chance, Sherri!
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  12. May 28, 2014

    1)Northern Iowa! (sorry, don’t share the specific city online)
    2) blue.
    3) A reversible bucket hat from the Oliver + S free pattern, with an added chin strap :)
    4) Here is a recent project!

    I’m going to share this in the creative bloggers group I admin on Facebook – Sherri, you or anyone else reading this comment is welcome to join :)
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  13. Sarah H permalink
    May 28, 2014

    1. I live in GP, Alberta
    2. Such a hard choice but I do love the blue!
    3. My first thought was to make some little quilts for my daughter’s baby dolls!
    4. Here’s a recent outfit I made for my daughter:

  14. May 28, 2014

    1 – Seattle, Washington

    2 – PINK

    3 – patchwork the prints for twirly sundress for my 5-year old

    4 –

    I LOVE challenges with due dates! I think it pulls the creative super powers out of us :)

  15. May 28, 2014

    1. Near Edmonton AB
    2. Pink
    3. Flower purse for little girls from my soon to be released pattern!
    4. <<designed by myself.<<pattern designed by Sew Sweetness
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  16. May 28, 2014

    1)What city/town you live in. Bellingham WA, USA
    2) Which bundle you would use – pink or blue. Blue!
    3) What you would make with the fabric. I have a pattern for some small items for me, McCalls 6374. I would make some of the small organizers, pin cushion, and the box for my sewing area.

    4) A link to a photographed previous project you have created. Here is a link to all my tutorials.

  17. May 29, 2014

    Hi, my name is Melissa.
    I live in Apple Valley, CA
    I would love the pink. It is so fun and colorful!
    I am thinking I will make either some sort of baby doll accessory (like a baby wrap and carrier) or a toddler sized messenger bag girlyfied.
    Here is a recent post of something I made:
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  18. Rachel permalink
    May 29, 2014

    Hi Sherri!
    I’d love the chance to sew with a bundle of Frolic:)
    1. I live in Lower East Pubnico, NS ( about 35 minutes from Yarmouth)
    2. I’d like to use the blue bundle (looks pretty gender neutral to me)
    3. I’d like to make a baby quilt (provided it is ok to use fabric from my stash for backing/binding) or a divided basket with the Noodlehead pattern.
    4. her is the link

    Thanks! :)

  19. May 29, 2014

    1. Mid-Atlantic Region/Washington, D.C. area — sorry, I don’t share the exact town publicly (I hope that doesn’t disqualify me)
    2. Blue, my daughter’s favorite color
    3. Something fun for my daughter, The Peanut; maybe a skirt, maybe a bag, the fabric will tell me what it wants to be
    4. Representative link of my work, my photography, and my blog:
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  20. Marianne permalink
    May 29, 2014

    1. Sarasota, FL 2. Pink 3. Baby quilt 4.

  21. May 29, 2014

    Oh I would love to do this!
    1. I live near Montreal, Quebec :)
    2. Pink please. Oh! That fabric is TOO cute!
    3. I would make something fun and cute for one of my girls (10 months and 4 years). A dress or skirt, maybe a purse for my older girl. Bunting decor would be so cute too! :) Ack! so many choices :)
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  22. May 29, 2014

    I live north of Edmonton, AB.
    I have two girls, so I’d use the pink :)
    I would love to make either a large fabric basket for holding toys or a big pouf/floor pillow for reading.
    Here’s a photo from my Flickr stream that shows some things I’ve made. For more, check out my blog :)

  23. May 29, 2014

    I live in Mission, BC. I would choose the Blue bundle, I love the color combos in that one! I think I would make the Noodlehead 241 Tote, like this one:

    It’s such a fun bag and is a great way to show off lots of fabric choices.

  24. May 29, 2014

    Ohhh! How did I miss this! I wanna play!! :)

    I’m in London, Ontario and i’d love a crack at that pink bundle! Absolutely adorable!! What would I make…. hmm… that’s tough! Something fun & summery for sure, i’m leaning towards a tote-library bag of some sort! You can see my creations & photos on my FB page!
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  25. May 29, 2014

    Oh this is fun! A giveaway with a mission :)
    1) I live in Renton, WA
    2) I’m more biased to blue because that’s my second favorite color (after green) but both are fun! I think the pink one will especially be fun for summer.
    3) Okay so I have a few things I have in mind. I’d either make a wallet, clutch, purse, a tote bag, or a pillow cover!
    4) Here’s something that I made for my best friend’s birthday!
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  26. Alison Stortz permalink
    May 29, 2014

    1. I live in Iona Station, ON
    2. I would choose the pinks!
    3. I would make some bibs or maybe a dress for my daughter!

  27. Amber Rodman permalink
    May 29, 2014

    I would LOVE to participate!

    1. I live in Greenville, South Carolina.

    2. I would choose the pink bundle.

    3. I would make a reversible apron.

    4. My website is still under construction, so for a look at my creations:

    Thank you for the opportunity!

  28. Danielle permalink
    May 29, 2014

    1.toronto please! (love that it is not TOO pink! happy medium for my pink obsessed 2 y.o. and her pink adverse mama!)
    3. i would make baby items for my 4 month old. i just ordered some organic fabrics from fabric spot today and conventional fabric for new babies gives me the heeby jeebies. baby bloomers, bibs, bonnets and a dress are on the ‘to dos’ in teh coming weeks and this bundle would be perfect.
    4. i have a bunch of sewing projects on IG
    thanks so much!

  29. Maegan Heise permalink
    May 29, 2014

    I live in London, ON and would love the blue bundle. I’d make a small quilt or stroller blanket. Here’s a link to my latest project, but I make two or three a month, minimum:

  30. May 30, 2014

    1. I live in Huntsville, ON Canada
    2. I would choose the blue
    3. I *think* I’d do a bag….maybe a larger sized one where I could do some “quilting” features on it so that i could indorporate ALL of the prints…
    4. a link to yesterday’s project on my FB fan page…

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