Giveaway: Waverly Fabric + Tech Goods

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If you caught my DIY post yesterday, then you already have a pretty good idea of four fun projects you can create using these vibrant fabrics from Waverly. As promised, today you have the chance to win a yard of each of the six fabrics that I used in yesterday’s post PLUS a handful of stylish tech goods from Waverly!

The fabrics included this giveaway package are (1 yard of each):

The winner will also receive an iPhone 5 Snap Case, Earbuds, and a 2-in-1 Stylus / Pen.

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Congratulations Connie Campbell on your win! Thanks to everyone for playing along. Stay tuned for more great giveaways soon!

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144 Comments

  1. Heather / / Reply

    I’d use the desert flower fabric make pencil cups out of cans. Thanks for the ideas!

  2. M. Virginia P. / / Reply

    AWESOME! If I won I’d use the fabrics to cover my magnetic board and some of my mini-shelves and a couple of coasters using mod-pogde, I think it would look lovely. Love this. :D <3

  3. Rachel Emi / / Reply

    Ekk! I’m all sorts excitement inside! I’ve been meaning to pick up sewing for a while and I’m taking a beginners class in the fall but I would love to experience with these lovely colors this summer.
    Thanks!

  4. Alyssa S / / Reply

    We’re in desperate need of some curtains in our kitchen. I would love to make a small roman shade from one of these fun patterns!

  5. Jessica W / / Reply

    I am totally obsessing over the fabric flowers!! I would love to make the fabric flower pens and push pins!!!! I also want to make the stationary to match!!

  6. MB / / Reply

    Ez you design such universally appealing beauty I would hv to make the greeting cards first as it never occurred to me to it here fabric to paper in making cards
    I truly love each separate item you created and the colors are happy pleasing and perfect

  7. Shannon Y. / / Reply

    I have a million projects on the list, at the top of which are pillow for re-doing my bedroom!

  8. Sofia / / Reply

    I would use the fabric to make my mom a Mother’s Day gift! She would love the fabric flowers. I would also make her a cute plushie cat from the fabric.

  9. GB / / Reply

    Such delicious patterns! I’m thinking kitchen towels and/or pillow covers. Thanks for the chance!

  10. Vanessa / / Reply

    So pretty! I would love to make hankies for my purse :) Or maybe a patchwork pillowcase!

  11. Morgan / / Reply

    Those prints are gorgeous! I think they would make really fun napkins for a summer party.

  12. Shannon l / / Reply

    I would make some throw pillows and add scraps from all these fabrics to my scrap bin that I am collecting for a quilt! Great giveaway! I hope I win!!

  13. Lauren / / Reply

    My cousin recently asked me if I would make her a quilt for her birthday this year….any size, any pattern, and any fabric I think she would like; she said she would just love to have one I made. These fabrics would be so perfect for this project and for her :)

  14. Ciera / / Reply

    I would love to make some pretty pillows or a tote bag of sorts! :)

  15. Beth Beal / / Reply

    This is a lovely giveaway! If I were to be the lucky recipient of all this fabric goodness, I have an Indygo Junction bag pattern that I have been sitting on for a few years that I would probably make, then the rest would all go in to my stash!

  16. Caitlin / / Reply

    I would use the fun flower patterned fabric to make pillows for our living room. We just moved into our first apartment and don´t have any– it would add just the right pop of color this room needs, as well as help us feel more at home!

  17. Emily / / Reply

    Super cute fabrics! I would use the fabrics to make some new curtains and pretty storage for my closet.

  18. Melanie K / / Reply

    Love them all! I’d definitely make some fun pillowcases for summer :)

    Thanks!
    Mel

  19. Kate / / Reply

    One of my best buds is an amazing seamstress–I’d take advantage of her skills and have her make me an amazing bag for the summer!

  20. JoAnna / / Reply

    I was just looking over your DIY post from yesterday thinking about how much fun it would be to do one of these projects with my girls. If I won, I’d let them decide what project we should do to use the fabric.

  21. laura / / Reply

    My bedroom needs an update. I’d recover my upholstered headboard and make some throw pillows for the bed.

  22. Emily K. / / Reply

    What a fun giveaway! I’d think of a fun project with my Mom and Grandma to use the fabric! They love sewing projects.

  23. Tiffany / / Reply

    I would make some great placemats and napkins. Maybe a skirt depending on how heavy the fabric is.

  24. jes / / Reply

    pillowcases! bags! and definitely your flower pushpins!! such a great idea!

  25. Sung Kokko / / Reply

    I want to make some bibdannas for my new niece and some headbands for my 5 year old – who’s really into doing her own hair now.

  26. marina stefic / / Reply

    I would use the fabric to cover my notebooks :)

  27. Katie / / Reply

    Love it all! I would work the fabric into a bright, bold quilt. Or maybe a funky top…or maybe some lined pouches. So many possibilities! :)

  28. Kate B / / Reply

    That outdoor fabric would go STRAIGHT towards some pillows to make our porch swing more comfortable!

  29. Terri H / / Reply

    Thanks for the chance to win! Pillow covers would be made.

  30. Ashley B / / Reply

    I love Waverly! It’s time to start making summer dresses and tops for my two girls! These fabrics would be perfect :)

  31. Amy T / / Reply

    I would love to use them for my Mother’s Day gift of placemats and coordinating kitchen linens.

  32. Tiffany / / Reply

    These are beautiful! A perfect way to get over my fear of adding zippers and finally tackling a zippered makeup bag!

  33. Brigid / / Reply

    Cafe curtains for the kitchen and bathroom, and maybe start that quilt I’ve always wanted to make!

  34. Ashley Kane / / Reply

    Outdoor fabric is great for dog beds, and I happen to need to make a new one…

  35. Lindsey Watts / / Reply

    I love a lot of the ideas you posted. I like the idea of covering everyday things with bright fabric, like turning a simple can into a fun pencil holder. I’m all about doing small things to brighten up spaces.

  36. Katie H / / Reply

    Adorable fabric! I am moving soon and would love to use the fabrics to make new pillows to spruce up the new place!

  37. Tenaya / / Reply

    My husband and I just bought our first house so I would use this fabric for pillows or to reupholster my vintage stools:)

  38. Chelsea / / Reply

    Love them all! I have been wanting to add pops of color to our couches, so probably some pillow covers…and I might try my hand at those adorable push pins you made…swoon!

  39. Ayelet / / Reply

    How exciting! I’ve got some seriously long overdue decorating in my family room, so I think pillows and/or cushions are in order, and maybe some fabric flowers for the walls!

  40. Lori / / Reply

    Ooh let’s see, I want to starch this fabric to some cabinet doors! So gorgeous :)

  41. Kelly Greer / / Reply

    These fabrics would work well to recover my bulletin board, office chairs and art stools. I love Waverly fabrics – and these colors are beautiful!

  42. Michelle / / Reply

    Cushion covers, and journal covers! Not very original, I know, but atm I’m in desperate need of both :)

  43. Mary H. / / Reply

    I would make a bunch of throw pillows for my living room. It could use a colorful pick up!

  44. Barbara / / Reply

    Thanks! I like to embroider so I’m thinking of using some fabric for appliqué with some for the base. Wall hangings? Napkins? Placemats? Many ideas.

  45. Amy N / / Reply

    I’d use the fabric to make the cute push pin flowers you posted the other day! Then I’d give the rest of the fabric to my mom to use for the beautiful quilts & bags she makes. :)

  46. Heather B / / Reply

    Love!!! Oh man I could see some new linen napkins with these fabrics for my mom! Would look great with her fiestaware! Or a really rad triangle quilt!

  47. Ellyn Zickler / / Reply

    I would cover some black plastic planters and make some pillows for the covered deck.

  48. Valerie / / Reply

    Have always loved the classic look of Waverly fabrics. I won’t be able to resist using these in some new totes! Thanks for the give away!

  49. Ruth / / Reply

    I’m currently making cushions and covers for my restored vintage patio furniture, these would make great accent pillows. My main fabric is all in shades of grey, but the furniture has been powdercoated orange.

  50. Mickey@EuroAmerican Home / / Reply

    What a great giveaway! I would use the Santa Maria fabric to make a tote bag, the Mexicali Desert Flower for a spring table runner and the others for cushions.

  51. Courtney B. / / Reply

    I’d love to use the fabric to recover my dining room chairs!

  52. Noel / / Reply

    I’ve been planning to make a fabric covered bulletin board. these would be perfect!

  53. bdaiss / / Reply

    I’d have a hard time choosing between a quilt, a new bag (or 3), or adorable tops/dresses for my daughter! Thanks for the chance!

  54. Vicki Waineo / / Reply

    OH! I would re-cover my couch pillows! This would brighten up my world! Love these fabrics. I might have to go buy a few of them anyway!

  55. Debbie Metti / / Reply

    Oh wow…first I’d make some new pillows for our living room sofa…and I’d definitely make a bunch of flower push pins for myself & gifts. I can see these fabrics being used for the covers of art journals, too. I have SO many ideas & would love to win! Thanks for the chance…love your blog.

  56. Valarie florer / / Reply

    I would make some of those beautiful desk accessories.

  57. Heidi Miles / / Reply

    A fun project I would use this amazing Waverly fabric for would be sewing quilted makeup bags-or anything bags while up-cycling old tape measures from my husbands construction work ( “job site leftovers” ) as the pop open – closure top on the bag- for double the fun! and I would share with my clever quilting friends ! So many ideas! Bright happy colors ! Who says you can’t start early on Christmas gifts!

  58. Beth K / / Reply

    I would make fabric flowers. Thanks for the giveaway!

  59. Andrea Harrell / / Reply

    I would love to make some of those fabric embellished note cards you posted about along with some pillows and aplique some cuteness to a blank and sad tote I have. I’d also like to create a fun fabric collage for my wall and if there is any left over make a cute apron for my momma! Thanks for the giveaway and the great ideas you put out there!

  60. Kirstin / / Reply

    I just recently bought a sewing machine so I’m working on building up my fabric stash so I can make a quilt! The patterns and colors of Waverly’s fabrics would be so so awesome to have!

  61. Monica / / Reply

    Amazing prints!! Pillows and a throw for my daughter’s room (colors are perfect)
    and an apron.

  62. Kathy @ The Salvaged Boutique / / Reply

    Great colors & patterns! I would use the fabric to reupholster two vintage chairs that I saved from garbage day. These coordinate so well that I would love to try one pattern on the seat and one pattern on the back. One chair is tufted so I would finally take the time to learn that technique. Thanks for the chance to win!

  63. sarah kwon / / Reply

    Lovely doll for my 17 month old daughter of course! If that doesn’t work out, then a dress, or a hat, or even add it to small quilt for her.

  64. Lily / / Reply

    I’d make a series of fabric origami butterflies. Some would be for a mobile, others would be used to adorn packages and some would be door hangers. Great giveaway!

  65. Terry / / Reply

    Such vibrant fabrics! I’d make a table runner for my family room farmer’s table. My room is all white, so these patterns would really pop!

  66. Diana Miranda / / Reply

    These are just the lovely patterns and bright colors I’ve been looking to cover a few pillows laying around, give new life to my vanity ottoman, and maybe even a new spring clutch! The possibilities are endless :)

  67. Annette / / Reply

    I keep picking up chairs that require new fabric seat covers. Also like the stationery idea — love sending mail. Thank you for the opportunity.

  68. Dianne Pilotte / / Reply

    I would make a cuff bracelet for my grand-daughters with coordinating “stuff” and then I would make some broaches with reckless abandon and then I would make a little sewing set (needle book, pin cushion, scissor fob and oh, it would have the flowers to match on the needlebook.) So much fun as some of the fabric just makes me giggle! Thanks for the chance to win. Dianne

  69. Crystal Sell / / Reply

    Well I am obsessed with colorful pillows so I would be making some new pillows. :)
    sellcrystal2 at yahoo dot com

  70. Linda Ssutton / / Reply

    Lovely fabrics that will make beautiful bags and purses.

  71. Nettie L. / / Reply

    I love the colors in this line! I’d probably make pillow covers for the pillows on my couch.

  72. Bonnie / / Reply

    I love the Santa Maria Desert Flower. Would like to make curtains and cushions with it.

  73. Terisa / / Reply

    I would use the fabric to make baby gifts for friends!

  74. Melanie / / Reply

    Ohhh LOVE this! I would love to make a fabric garland banner for a photography backdrop prop… thanks for the sweet chance!

  75. Patrycja Chudziak / / Reply

    I would love to make some colorful, fun throw pillows for my deck :)

  76. Lisle / / Reply

    I love your notecard idea! These fabrics would also make great pillow covers for my living room!

  77. Abby / / Reply

    These are so pretty! Would be perfect for accent pillows for a little girls room…since we are expecting our first in August, the timing couldn’t be better!

  78. Sheila / / Reply

    I think the bright colors would look best out on our little deck — thanks for the giveaway.

  79. Debbie D. / / Reply

    So pretty! Some little baskets and I dont know what other accessories yet, but all for the patio for this summer!!

  80. Sarah / / Reply

    Lately I’ve gotten back into embroidering so I’d use the simpler fabrics for a new needle project. The patterned fabrics would be great as napkins or pillow cases (nothing too complex for this lady)!

  81. Katie / / Reply

    I’d love to turn the Santa Maria Desert flower into a wallet and/or clutch. Love the colors!

  82. Nicole / / Reply

    pillows! our couch is in desperate need of some cheering up!

  83. Charli / / Reply

    I would love to make some pillows to make my beige couch less boring!

  84. Pam S / / Reply

    I plan to make purses and wallets for friends for Christmas. This fabric would be perfect! Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

  85. Becky R. / / Reply

    I’d like to make throw pillows for my guest room with the regular fabric and pillows for our porch with the outdoor fabric. Have a great weekend!

  86. Mary D / / Reply

    Such colorful fabrics. I want some large tote bags to carry my craft projects with me. and I would make some pillows to dress up the furniture in my sun room.

  87. Karen / / Reply

    Fantastic colors and patterns! I have some bulletin boards in my daughter’s room that would look great covered in these fabrics.

  88. Lori Morton / / Reply

    Wowie!! Cooool fabrics!! Had deciding what to make! lol Could use to spruce up Family Room…pillows…maybe a nice throw. BUT…know would make a super cool Tote to carry projects around…and my sewing machine thinks it needs a new cover…hmmmmm (giggle)

    Love the Flower pushpins! My Daughter would love some of those too…

  89. Jan Jones / / Reply

    I want to make some of those fabric flowers. They are adorable! Thanks for the giveaway!

  90. Tory / / Reply

    I’d love to make some giant pillows, something to lounge on outside on a big picnic blanket underneath the newly budding trees!

  91. Rachael / / Reply

    Heart swoon! I will design and make a mosaic of fabric in an old beautiful window pane that would hang from the ceiling:)

  92. Catherine / / Reply

    I would love to make the flowers to top some pencils :)

  93. Hannah / / Reply

    OMG can I say I would make everything with these?! No but really…they’re adorable. Bibs, reusable snack bags, headbands…

  94. Rachel Mathews / / Reply

    With a yard each, I would definitely make tops and skirts for summer, even piecing them together to make a dress! Also look like great prints and colors to make summer totes!

  95. Abbie / / Reply

    So many fun ideas to do with that fun fabric! I would probably use it to deck out my daughters room, and create a little reading nook for her.

  96. Sarah / / Reply

    I would make cushions for the livingroom. Thanks for the giveaway!

  97. Emily C / / Reply

    These would a great star quilt. With 6 yards, I would have everything I need.

  98. Emily / / Reply

    Gorgeous! I would make some pillow covers and maybe a delightful bag for the summer.

  99. Jackamo Finnegan / / Reply

    I would use that to make Super Villain Tshirts! Woo!

  100. Brenda Hulsey / / Reply

    Oh I would like to make some fussy cut hexes for a quilt! how pretty!

  101. Karina / / Reply

    How lovely! It would be hard to decided what not to make! lol… but I think I would probably make a fun summer bag or throw pillows. Or a fun dress for me!

  102. Lucy Liu / / Reply

    Those are so cute. I’d make desk accessories for my new apartment, and something for my to-be herb garden!

  103. Roseanna / / Reply

    I would use the fabric to sew some new porch pillows and to make some fabric flowers! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  104. barbara corbitt / / Reply

    i have quilted for over forty years. all of my quilts are hand pieced, hand quilted, and donated to charity, over 200 so far.my problem is money. i am on disability and receive less than four hundred dollars montly, so buying fabric is not an option. i have no fabric right now. a few quilt bloggers have sent me fabric scraps in the past and a few orphan blocks but they are al used up. if you have any scraps i would love to have them so i can continue to pay it forward.. this is such beautiful fabric. babscorbitt@gmail.com

  105. Katie / / Reply

    I would love to make a pretty wall hanging for my dining room with these gorgeous fabrics!

  106. Lyn / / Reply

    My pretty new grey couch needs pillows with a pop of color…this fabric would sure provide that…lovely!

  107. Ashley Nicole / / Reply

    I’d like to make a cute carrying case for my ipad. Such gorgeous fabrics!

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