Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Fabric Giveaway - Roberto Cavalli paisley print

*** The winner is Ann, of Ann's Fashion Studio****

I have less than a yard of this fabric left and you are welcome to it.  It is 56" wide.  There is enough for another slim skirt if you are about my size, or use it for handbag (wouldn't it look great combined with leather?) or pillow covers on the sofa  (I think this would look great on a black leather sofa).  Leave a comment to let me know if you are interested and I will make a random drawing  & mail it on Monday before I leave for Korea.  wooooo hoo~
I don't think I need a matching vest ;)

29 comments:

  1. Not commenting to be part of the draw, just to wish you a safe trip and a wonderful time in Korea.

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  2. Ooh, I love all things paisley. And, if I win your random draw, I'll pay the shipping to Canada. Best wishes on your trip to Korea!

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  3. Ooh, I would LOVE to make a skirt like yours!! I just picked up McCalls 3830 - how timely!!

    My word verification is "urgies" which is so appropriate, don't you think?

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  4. Paisley is my fave, right ahead of argyle. Have a wonderful trip!

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  5. Very nice fabric, I also could make a skirt, the black leather sofa can wait.
    Have a lovely time there!
    B.w.,
    Ruta

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  6. I could make all those things with such a lovely print.

    Have a fun trip!

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  7. Ooooh, count me in - I LOOOVE paisley.

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  8. Oh, I would love to have matching skirts with you, lol!
    vtmartha

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  9. Oh yes, I'd love to win this in the drawing.

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  10. I've been looking for Roberto Cavalli fabric ever since I saw Ann's dress (from Le Mani D'oro), and now yours :) It's beautiful!
    I can never find any of this fabric, so I'll play too :)

    http://imanidoro.blogspot.com/2009/07/le-tissus-robert-cavalli-resultat-final.html

    http://imanidoro.blogspot.com/2009/05/simplicity-talks.html

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  11. I love that fabric, so count me in.
    Jen

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  12. I loved your skirt and now you are giving away the leftover fabric, so I have a chance to make one too!! How fabulous!

    If I win I'll gladly pay the postage to Australia

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  13. Oh, I love what you did with the skirt!

    I can't resist a good paisley, either, please enter me into the drawing!

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  14. ooooh... pick me! please?!!? we could have matching skirts. :)

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  15. I would love that paisley...have a safe trip to Seoul!

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  16. I would LOVE to win that fabric!! Have a great trip!!

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  17. I'm in too!!

    Are you sure you don't want somebody to carry your bags? ;-)

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  18. I loved your skirt and would love to make one too. Have a wonderful trip!

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  19. Beautiful fabric. I would love to be in the drawing :D

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  20. This is gorgeous. I'd love to make me a skirt.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  21. Oh no vest vest vest I what I see with this fabric. It would spice up so many combinations of pants and tops. Count me in for the drawing!!!

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  22. Wonderful fabric, I loved seeing it made up as your skirt last year. All the best for your Korea trip.

    Jacs

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  23. loving paisley also! count me in.

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  24. Cute skirt! Please enter me in the drawing.

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  25. The fabric is lovely. I love the skirt that you made. The outfit looked very stylish, Count me in your drawing.

    Enjoy Korea. Your profile said that you were in technology. What do you teach? I am a teacher. 1st Grade

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  26. Love paisley & love your skirt.

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  27. I'd love to be a skirt sister, too!

    Have a wonderful trip. I've always wanted to go to Korea.

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  28. Just came to your blog through a comment you left Gertie's Sewing Blog. I'm enjoying your posts very much and this fabric really caught my eye. Please include me in the drawing, thanks!

    Rebekah
    http://www.artandneedlework.blogspot.com

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  29. Oh how I would love to have that paisley for the purse that I plan to make in the near future.

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