Drygoods Design’s first giveaway – $50 of free fabric!!

Update: Thank you to all of you who entered; such a treat to read all of your comments and what you’d do with the fabric winnings. The giveaway is now closed (as of 7/17/2011 11:59 pm PST) and the winners will be announced tomorrow with the help of random.org.

Yes, you read that right – our first giveaway of many to come is $50 of free fabric (your choice), courtesy of yours truly! So my question for you is:

Anyone can enter by simply submitting a comment on this post and I’d love to know what you’d do with the fabric if you win and which fabrics you love! But wait, there’s even more ways to win.

Receive 2 extra* entries by sharing our giveaway news on Twitter and Facebook:

For Twitter copy this into your update:

Comment for your chance to win $50 of free fabric (your choice!!) from @drygoodsdesign http://bit.ly/qrIHdT #giveaway

For Facebook copy this into your status (leave a comment to include your FB id):

Comment for your chance to win $50 of free fabric (your choice!!) from @drygoodsdesign http://bit.ly/qrIHdT

And receive 3 extra** entries by pinning your favorite fabrics from Drygoods Design on Pinterest by tagging each pin with #drygoodsdesign (please note the images/links you pin must be from Drygoods Design’s site). The more fabrics you pin, the more entries you get!

Here’s the bonus part – there won’t just be one winner, there will be two lucky folks! The giveaway will close on July 17, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. and the winners will be announced on Monday, July 18. IMPORTANT: Please include your email address when you submit your comment(s) so that you can be notified if you win!

*You can tweet and update your FB status with the above text as many times as you please but only the first update is eligible for the 2 extra entries. Up to three additional updates/tweets are eligible for 1 extra entry.

**Your first #drygoodsdesign pin on Pinterest is eligible for 3 extra entries. All other pins between 2 and 4 are eligible for 1 extra entry and more than that are for fun:). If you don’t tag it #drygoodsdesign, it won’t come up to be eligible for the giveaway.

57 responses to “Drygoods Design’s first giveaway – $50 of free fabric!!

  1. Hi
    Ooh what would I do with $50 of free fabric! Jump up and down for sure!
    I love the Birch Organics and just received my first batch so will be back for more of those, but I am also hankering after some Tula Pink Prints Charming for my daughter’s room!

  2. Here’s a comment for you…I totes adore the service and the products of Drygoods design…I wish you could come outfit my house with drapes, pillows, coasters, towels, everything!

  3. So inspired to brighten up our home with the fabrics and ideas from this site. My eyes are already way too big for my sewing time. 🙂

  4. I would have to get the Toomuchery Demask Steel to use as backing for a quilt that I have planned out in my head. 🙂 GORGEOUS fabric!! Thank you so much for a chance to win.

  5. What would I do with $50 of free fabric? Make costumes, of course! 😉 Those animal prints are very cute!

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  7. Oh my gosh, what would I do? I would indulge in some of the new LouLouThi collection and make a great new comforter cover and pillow cases!

  8. I would treat myself for a change, probably some Nani Iro gauze to make myself a dress! (I’ll be pinning my faves on my Pinterest account M Axbey/Barbamomma!)

  9. There are so many lovely fabrics in your store! I really like the viewfinder fabrics and I’ve never tried chalkboard fabric, so I’d love to try that as well.

  10. I love the Spring Street prints and Echino Dots. I’d incorporate them into quilts somehow.

  11. How nice of you to have this giveaway! A this point I have a number of things in the works so it is hard to say what exactly the fabric would go into but I am fairly sure it would be going into a quilt or a kitchen set of some kind.

  12. What an awesome give away!! what would i not do with $50 worth of fabric is more like the question!!!

  13. My kids are growing like weeds this summer so that the pajamas I made them in the spring probably won’t last much longer. With $50 of fabric I could make them each new pajamas just in time for fall.

  14. Great giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity. I would do a lot of stuff for my two boys. Hats, a messenger bag for each, a bag for myself… all I need is the fabric, ideas I have pleanty!

  15. Your fabrics are so contemporary and fresh, I’d be making dresses for my granddaughter and a quilt for my grandbaby arriving in December

  16. I would make boy pants for my 19 month old. Store bought clothes fall off his waist or are too short if they don’t. Poor little guy:) Thanks!

  17. I would get fabric for my stash to make an awesome quilt in the near future. thanks for the giveaway!

  18. I love so many of the fabrics I’ve seen on this site. I’m new to sewing and have no idea yet what I would do with the fabrics. It would be amazing, though, to be able to pick whichever fabrics I want!

  19. Ooooh!! Lovely giveaway!! I posted about it in both FB and Twitter. My favorite fabric from your entire collection at the moment is View finder in cool tones. I love it, and I want to make a large purse with it. I’ll keep my fingers crossed.
    … I go as threekitchenfairies

  20. Oh I would love to get Loulouthi Summer Totem Grapefruit and I’d make a pillow with it. I also love Prince Charming by Tula in Pink Fat Qtrs and I’d use it to make a quilt.

  21. I think I’d buy some fabric to make myself some purses…or skirts…or quilts…or kid’s clothes…Ihave no idea what I’d use it for, but it would be used and loved!

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