Designer Natalie Bird: Fabric & Book Giveaway with Martingale!

Clothworks is excited to team up with publisher Martingale, for a Book and Fabric Giveaway featuring designer Natalie Bird!  Martingale has just released Natalie Bird’s new book, Cottage-Style Charm, and Clothworks has recently released All Afloat, her newest fabric collection.

Cottage-Style Charm by Natalie Bird, features whimsical embroidery and quilt projects to add some sweetness to your sewing repertoire.  Head to the Martingale blog here to check out additional embroidery tips and to participate in their giveaway of one fat quarter pack of All Float.

All Afloat, the latest Clothworks fabric release by Natalie Bird is inspired by…all things that float!  Think feathers, clouds, balloons, birds, just to name a few of the whimsical motifs that float about in this charming collection.  And check out those darling samples shown above, that Natalie has created with All Afloat.  I’m in love with that wristlet with embroidery patch!

And now that we’ve tempted you….let’s talk about the Giveaway!

3 Prizes will be awarded to 3 lucky winners:

2 copies (1 per winner) of Natalie’s new book: Cottage-Style Charm, published by Martingale

1 Fat Quarter Pack of All Afloat fabric by Clothworks

To enter into the Giveaway:

  1.  Please leave only one comment after this blog post.  What would you make using the All Afloat Fat Quarter Bundle?  Tell us about your most favorite quilt and/or embroidery project that you’ve worked on.
  2. Leave only one comment no later than 11:59 pm PDT today, Wednesday April 12th, 2017.
  3. This contest is open to those with a USA mailing address only.

On Thursday April 13th, we will select 3 comments at random for the winners and will email the winners for their shipping addresses.  Please be sure to check your spam/junk email boxes just in case.  Winners will be announced here on the blog, too.

Make sure you head over to Martingale’s blog here, to participate in their giveaway today.

Good Luck!

230 thoughts on “Designer Natalie Bird: Fabric & Book Giveaway with Martingale!

  1. I would make a “Hip to Bee Square quilt” it would showcase the fabrics well! Of course it would mean I would have to hunt for more fabric!!😜😜 I am in the process of making two CrabApple Hill quilts with the embroidery- probably should get those done before I hopefully win!!

  2. Right now I’m obsessed with stars and HST’s. I did a carpenter star as a Christmas gift, working on a starburst quilt, so will need to do some research for a different star pattern.

  3. I would make a lap quilt. My favorite quilt I worked on was a Harley Davidson motorcycle quilt I made for a gift.

  4. I think the fabrics from All Afloat would make a great baby quilt. I embroidered a bunch of denim shirts in the Seventies – loved making them – still have mine.

  5. I don’t have a favorite. I always say my favorite is what I’m doing today. I would say the fabric would be perfect for a log cabin or a granny square.

  6. I love this fabric and I think I would like to use it to make a fun purse or tote and try out some free motion quilting technigues that I have seen on some you tube vidios..

  7. I would like to sew a magic quilt for my daughter with this marvellous bundle. Thanks a lot for this giveaway opportunity

  8. I would make the adorable pin cushion. My favorite quilt has a scrappy star center with flying geese around the edges made using scraps given to me by friends from my local sewing group.

  9. I would create a block or quilt design that showcased this beautiful fabric. I just finished a scrappy quilt in cream and purples for my granddaughter who is a lover of everything purple. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  10. I’d love to make a mini quilt for my new baby and this line is so whimsical and playful it would work perfectly for the nursery!

  11. I would probably make a bag with All Afloat – it’s my favorite way to showcase cute fabrics! My favorite quilt/embroidery project is the Sue Spargo Block of the Month I’m doing – it’s tons of lovely embroidery combined with wool applique.

  12. When our girls were young, I made them each a quilt using embroidery for half the blocks. I used pictures from coloring books to stitch storybook characters. The quilts were twin sized, so I did a lot of embroidery on each quilt.

  13. I am just starting to learn quilting and I have difficulty putting fabric together that looks good. This would make it so much easier to make a quilt with complimentary fabric. Thanks for the chance.

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