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I Won a Giveaway!


Last week I won Thea & Sami's blog giveaway! Thea & Sami specialize in designing and hand-printing organic and natural fabrics using only water-based, non-toxic inks. Thea, of Thea & Sami, designs and creates the most beautiful screen-printed fabrics from her textile-design studio located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. I've been a big fan of both her blog and textiles for quite some time. I won a 1/2 metre of fabric from her new Cottage Garden Collection. I'm so excited to receive my fabric and already know what I plan to create with it. I'll definitely post a pic when I do!

Comments

Congrats!! Beautiful fabric, have fun with it!
Laura Trevey said…
Yay...They are so fun to win!
Have a wonderful week ~~

xoxo Laura
alissa said…
congrats! cant wait to see what you make
You lucky girl--and you deserve it! Can't wait to see what you make!
Thea said…
Thanks Elisa. I am more excited than anybody to see what you will be doing with the fabric!
Such beautiful fabric! Lucky you! Can't wait to see what you make. I think you should make something for yourself for a change.
Anya said…
Yippieeeeeeeeeeee.....
Congratulations :-)
Esme said…
Congrats-these are lovely fabrics. I cannot wait to see what you do with them.
Unknown said…
Congratulations on your giveaway win! The fabrics are beautiful. I cannot wait to see what you create with them (I hope you'll share a photo of your creation!)

Enjoy & Good for you!
~ Amy
Leslie said…
Hooray for you! How nice you won this fabric, it's dreamy. Thanks for the link too, I'll have to check that out. Hoping all is well with you in NYC. We're still status quo, our house hasn't sold yet and we haven't found our next nest yet. Keep me posted on what's happening with you - thanks for always being so supportive!
Thea said…
Your fabric is now on its way. enjoy

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