Wednesday, May 09, 2007

It's my party - Part 1


Thank you for all of the texture book love! The picture above is a teeny tiny sneak peek at a celebratory blog give away. Since my birthday is in less than a week, I thought we would have blog party. For the next 3 days or so, I have something to give away. If you want it, just leave a comment in the comment section. Feel free to leave a comment every day if you want to, there is no such thing as greedy when it comes to birthdays around here!

First up, a lot of fabric. When I buy vintage fabrics I sometimes end up with a piece that is 10 yards long. Since most of my projects require only the smallest amounts of fabric, I don't really need 10 yards of any one print. So, I thought I would share. Almost all of the pieces are at least 1/2 yard, some are more like a yard. I even put a piece of an old pink chenille blanket in there. (I swear you can make a million projects with one old blanket! There is a lot of fabric in those things.) You should be able to click on the picture to get a better look.

If more than one person is interested, I will let Jack draw names in a few days.

Still to come, the cutest vintage skirt, tablecloths and more. Party on!

36 comments:

  1. Happy early birthday! I would love to be in the drawing for the awesome fabric.

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  2. Vintage fabric is the best!! I think you're right, birthdays in blogland should last a week!! Hope you have a great one!

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  3. I love a party! Especially when it involves vintage fabric! And an early Happy Birthday to you :)

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  4. autum3:42 PM

    Wow!! Let me in on the party!!! I'll bring the party hats and noise makers :)

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  5. oooh fun! Happy Bday! You can add me in the nefty fabric drawing, too!

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  6. Happy Early Birthday Sarah :)
    I love a good party! Hope you enjoy your special day!!!


    Dana
    d07@goldingers.com

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  7. What darling fabric! Count me in--I'm all about the Birthday Love! :)

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  8. Happy early birthday Sarah. Between Mothers day and birthday there should be a lot of love around your home xoxox Clarice

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  9. I really just want the chenille, but count me in too! Happy early birthday!

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  10. Happy Birthday from one May girl to another! Please throw my name in the hat - fabric is my addiction!

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  11. just discovered your blog, such lovely things!
    Have a wonderful birthday!

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  12. happy Birthday Sarah!

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  13. wow, I just now got to look at the texture book. SO cute! What a great gift idea that probably doesn't cost a lot using such small pieces of everything. NEAT! I love fabric too, just don't have much time to do anything with it. I'll abstain this time and let one of these ladies have it who'll make something lovely with it. Happy Birthday!

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  14. Happy Birthday! Hope you have a super Birthday Week.

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  15. Happy Birthday, girl! When is the big day?

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  16. Happy birthday! Party on!

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  17. Happy Birthday! I'd love to join the party!

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  18. homina, homina....*drooling over fabric*

    happy birthday!

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  19. You say it's your birthday...duna duna duna! What a great party!

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  20. Well Happy ALMOST Birthday! You really know how to have a party! I would love to be in the drawing, I need some new fabric to get me into the swing of things again on the sewing frontier!

    Hope your birthday is a great one!

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  21. Happy Birthday! Please add me to the drawing!

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  22. hdpyrgxHappy Almost Birthday Sarah! How nice of you to give presents in honor of your birthday. I haven't had any luck finding nice vintage fabric, so I'd love to be in the drawing. :)

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  23. Did someone mention Pink chenille?
    AND a birthday!! What a cool way to celebrate!

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  24. Happy, Happy Birthday! Stretch it out as long as you can. I'd love to be in the drawing, vintage and chenille are two of my favorite words!

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  25. Hey, party on down, you are never to old to enjoy a birthday in the style that our children do, I am all for it, ballons, cake, and lots of pressies.
    Suzie Sews

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  26. Happy Birthday!! I love partys with party favors!!! Especially when it happens to be fabric!

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  27. Happy early birthday! :)

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  28. Happy early B-day! And who doesn't love fabric? Count me in please! Hope you have a fun birthday week (everyone deserves a whole week!)

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  29. happy birthday! mine is sunday (mother's day)!! love the fabric!! vintage is my favorite.

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  30. Happy Birthday! I'd love to be in your drawing. I am a sucker for vintage fabric. The giveaway is a great idea. I end up with tons of yardage of one print too when I buy vintage.

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  31. Oh sign me up! I love partoes. Will there be cake??

    I don't think I own any vintage fabric so please put my name in the bucket.

    Happy Birthday! Email me with the actual day so I don't forget. :)

    xoxoxo

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  32. You know I love vintage fabric!

    Oh, and I picked something up for Jack the other day, hope he's still into Teletubbies! Hopefully I will get to the post office on Saturday.

    Tiff

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  33. Your birthday is in less than a week? Well we should all be singing "Happy Birthday to you,
    Happy Birthday to you
    Happy Birthday dear Sarah
    Happy Birthday to you"
    and here you are offering the chancee of the most amazing "goodie bags" just because we turned up to your party.
    Well enjoy my dear, have fun.
    Carolyn x

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  34. Anonymous12:21 PM

    Happy, Happy Birthday to you, to you! Sarah, I would love to be in the draw for this gorgeous fabric! Gill.

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  35. Another very Happy Birthday being sent your way! Put my name in the box and who knows what might happen!

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  36. You have the best thrifting luck ever!

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