Congratulations to #21 Billie K. for winning Jenny Wilding Cardon’s The Little Box of Baby Quilts.
This week’s give-away is for a hand dyed fat quarter set of your choice from Vicki Welsh’s Fabric Palette collection. The Fabric Palette collections are sets of 5 to 8 themed hand dyed fat quarters. Some are color family sets, like Pink Petals, and some are image inspired sets, like the Bluebird Fabric Palette.
Vicki Welsh has been sewing, quilting and crafting almost since birth. She got into fabric dyeing literally because her best friend made her spend part of their annual Craft Week in 2001 dyeing fabric. By the end of the week she was hooked. The fabric dyeing passion grew as she embarked on a study of color theory. Vicki has developed an extensive color recipe book and specializes in dyeing fabric in custom colors. She opened her hand dyed fabric shop earlier this year.
Vicki carries the Fabric Palettes, Hand Dyed wide quilt backs, selvage-to-selvage gradients, hand painted fabrics and lots of one of a kind yards and parfait packs. She also has line of tie-dye t-shirts specializing in dyeing custom colors, such as sports team colors.
Be sure to visit Vicki’s very active blog, Field Trips in Fiber. She always has a lot of projects going on and she has a regular Field Tripping the Web feature highlighting fiber eye candy from around the web. She offers free tutorials and is hosting a monthly fabric postcard challenge and the prize is some of her yummy hand dyed or painted fabric.
To enter the give-away, please leave a comment below. The contest closes November 1, 2009. One lucky winner will be randomly chosen to win.
UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Congrats to #148 Jan who won Vicki’s fabulous fabrics. A new Friday Give-Away will be available November 6, 2009. Check back then.
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