Fun Friday: Clothworks Fabric Giveaway- Frosty Fun!

frosty fun giveaway

Frosty Fun, the newest Clothworks collection by designer Sue Zipkin, has been shipping to a LQS near you.  Though snowmen and frolicking winter fun seem like a distant memory as most of us are enduring record-setting heat this summer, hopefully a Clothworks Fabric Giveaway will help beat the heat!

Up for grabs in this Clothworks Fabric Giveaway are 2 Fabric Panels from the Frosty Fun fabric collection.  Shown below are the panels folded to show one of the playful illustrations of the cute snowmen, chickadee resting on his carrot nose.

frosty fun folded panels

Here’s what the full Frosty Fun Panel looks like, unfolded:

frosty fun panel

Here’s how to enter the Frosty Fun Fabric Giveaway by Clothworks:

  1.  Leave ONE COMMENT only on this post.  Please post the name of a fabric shop that is carrying Frosty Fun.  Use the Find-a-Shop store feature on the Clothworks website to look up a shop. UPDATE August 5, 2016 9:00 a.m. PDT:  It seems that we are having some technical difficulties with the Store Locator for Frosty Fun. We have alerted the computer wizards!  My apologies to all of you who discovered this.  Your comment will still be valid & we thank you for bringing this to our attention.  In the meantime, new commenters:  please post ONE COMMENT about what you would create with this Frosty Fun panel.
  2. Post your comment no later than Thursday, August 11, 2016 11:59 p.m. PDT.
  3. This contest is only open to contestants with a USA shipping address.
  4. 2 winners will be selected at random drawing from the comments.  The winners will be announced here on the blog next Friday, August 12, 2016.  We’ll contact the winners for their shipping address.

Good Luck!

 

82 thoughts on “Fun Friday: Clothworks Fabric Giveaway- Frosty Fun!

  1. I love snowmen and have quite a collection of them. I have always wznted to make a snowman quilt and this would make a wonderful one. I leave my snowmen out till the end of February, but put the rest of my Christmas decorations and quilts away on New Years day. It would be nice to have a winter quilt up for the rest of the winter. I would really love towin this.

  2. I would love to make a Snowman quilt for my 4-yr old grandson who helped his daddy shovel snow last winter with the fireplace “shovel”.

  3. I would make a wall hanging or a lap quilt for my sister. She, like me, is a big fan of the Christmas program. It would be just perfect for her.

  4. Love this panel. What a great wallhanging I can make for my daughter. Her décor is country modern. This for fit right in with her style. Great design!

  5. These heart warming snowmen would be delightful skipping across a fun quilt with a warm and welcoming flannel backing that would call us to wrap up on chilly nights and forget the cold, blowing winds.

  6. I could see a winter bag for carrying goodies, I could see a hanging panel for a front door. The best would be a soft fabric on the back and on our couch to snuggle under when the days grow short,

  7. I would use this adorable panel to make hot pads, a door panel to greet friends and family, or tea, coffee, or hot chocolate cozies, or whatever my mind takes me to as I sit down by my sewing machine.

  8. I would love to win this adorable fabric. As several of the other ladies, I would so much like to have a snowman quilt for the winter. I love snowmen for Christmas and winter decorating. These are so cute.

  9. I’d add some silver and blue sashing and adorn the Frosty Fun panel in my entry way. So few winter decorations in my house and Frost Fun is wintery (not Christmas holiday as many are). Thank you.

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