Monday, 19 March 2012

Pink Castle Fabric Contest

Hello! I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend :) I'm linking up to Katy at 'Imagingermonkey' today, she has teamed up with PinkCastleFabrics to host a fun competition involving blogger bundles from their online shop! Here is my bundle I have created - and very much drooling over now! I'm trying hard not to to hit checkout on my etsy account!
I just love these colours together, I'm really drawn to brown at the moment - I haven't got any in my stash so I think it's time I invested... invested? Yes fabric is always an investment, along with shoes and handbags of course ;) 
From top left: 1. Alexander Henry Fabric Heath Brown Chocolate, 2. Swoon in Red Ruby by Bonnie and Camille for Moda, 3. Maritza Dot in Aqua Queen Street by Jennifer Paganelli Free Spirit, 4. Rivera in Blue - Maya for Anthology Fabrics by Leah Duncan, 5. Timeless Treasures Sketch Crosshatch in Yellow, 6. Sundae Stripe in Ruby Red by Bonnie and Camille for Moda, 7. Dotted Leaf in Red - Flea Market Fancy by Denyse Schmidt, 8. Mono Pez in Gray Pezzy Prints by American Jane for Moda, 9. 1/2 Yard Garden Daisies in Blue Punctuation by American Jane, 10. Mono Pez in Indigo Pezzy Prints by American Jane for Moda, 11. Punctuation Ditto Daisies in Red Punctuation by American Jane, 12. Farm Fresh by October Afternoon for Riley Blake Designs

I think these would be perfect for my farmers wife quilt blocks, ooh yes! I hope you like my picks! speak soon, Jessie xo.


  1. Love all those fabrics, Jessie! :o)

  2. These would be great additions to your stash. Crossing my fingers you win the prize!

  3. interesting selection =D

  4. Love the retro vibe and the colours work so great together! If you don't win you should buy them anyway :)

  5. Hi, thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment. I got the Catherine Holm saucepans from a secondhand shop in a little seaside place called Watchet. I don't see them very often so i snapped them up. You have a lovely blog and those fabrics are a real delight on the eye. dee x

  6. Wow! It's a very curious and original way to show an on-line fabric shop. I've been watching other people combinations, and yours is one of the best. Good luck!


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