A giveaway with Stitch Me Lane

I have a fabulous giveaway for you today – courtesy of Jennifer, the founder of Stitch Me Lane Fabrics.

Stitch Me Lane Loo

Jennifer is offering the readers of Very Berry the chance to win this wonderful Fat Quarter bundle of Lecien fabrics, which only arrived in her shop over the last couple of days, so we are very lucky!

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These beautiful prints are from the Lecien Old and New 1930’s collection and are 100% cotton. I love these sweet shabby chic style fabrics – they’re so colourful and pretty, and Lecien fabric is such great quality. In addition, the winner will receive 2 metres of this cute spotty bias binding which will go so well with the gorgeous Lecien.

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I told you it was a fab prize!

Jennifer is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee in the USA, and has been living in Britain with her English husband for the past 6 years. When she first arrived here, she found it difficult to source the prints she wanted, but she didn’t let that stand in her way and decided to open her own shop offering the unusual prints that she wanted. She started selling on Folksy 2 years  ago, and has recently opened a shop on Ebay.

As if that wasn’t enough, she is now launching her own website, which is already looking fantastic. She sells lots of funky fabrics (including these great value little scrap packs), and there’s also a really useful range of haberdashery and notions too, including eco-wadding for quilters. It’s definitely worth checking out. Jennifer also teaches workshops and would love to open a bricks and mortar shop, where she lives, in north-west England. Let’s wish her lots of luck with that!

There’s a Stitch Me Lane blog, a Facebook page, and you can follow Jennifer on Twitter too – so there is plenty of ways to keep up with the store.

The Giveaway Rules

The giveaway is open to all, but overseas entrants will be responsible for paying their own postage costs.

Here are the ways you can be in with a chance of winning:

  • Leave a comment on this blog post telling us what you might make with these beautiful fabrics.
  • Follow Stitch Me Lane on Facebook and LEAVE ANOTHER COMMENT HERE to say that you are a follower.
  • Tweet about this giveaway and LEAVE ANOTHER COMMENT HERE to tell us that you’ve tweeted.
  • Blog about this giveaway and LEAVE ANOTHER COMMENT HERE to tell us that  you have (and leave a link if you like).

Please remember that you will ONLY get the additional entries if you LEAVE SEPARATE COMMENTS to tell us what you’ve done. I know it seems a bit daft, but it makes it much easier when it comes to making the draw.

The giveaway will be open until 6am on Thurs 14th June, and I will announce the winner next Thursday evening.

Good luck everyone! 

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184 Comments

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184 responses to “A giveaway with Stitch Me Lane

  1. Marthie

    What extra ordinary lovely fabrics. I am going to visit my daughter in the UK in Aug and can use these material very well when the two of us will be stitching away the visit.

  2. Zoe Mason

    Beautiful fabrics! Would make a lovely patchwork cushion for my daughters bed!

  3. emma matthews

    What beautiful fabric. I can imagine making a lovely table runner with these.

  4. Gillian

    Such pretty retro fabrics – something kitchen-y – placemats or a table runner. Great to have a new UK-based fabric source.

  5. it’s tough to choose just one thing, but i think i’d have to make a blanket, pillow and wardrobe for a small doll i’m planning to make!! (and, if she’d be willing to share, this could stretch to her friend miss mouse too).

  6. I’d love to have a go at making a crochet case to keep my crochet hooks from hiding!

  7. Diann Cornell

    I might make some sweet throw pillows.

  8. What cute fabric!! I would love to win this prize and make some beautiful tote bags .

  9. And I have also tweetered – I’m Made By Dolly on there aswell xxxxx

  10. BTW I liked Stitch Me Lane on FB as my page name Made By Dolly

  11. Hi – I need that blue strawberry fabric to make mats and a tea cosy for my kitchen! It’s the perfect print and colours. Sigh.

  12. I’d make a sweet baby quilt for our church quilt ministry. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. amy bickford

    ooo, I don’t know what I’d make, some purses or bags perhaps or a sweet cushion or quilt for my babys room :)

  14. Hannah Barker

    I would use some of the fabric as part of some cushions for my friend’s housewarming present, and some as part of my resin jewellery. I’ve got a my first stall in July so I might use it to help make the displays a little prettier too!

  15. Janine Findlay

    Just liked Stitch Me Lane Facebook page too, I could spend hours looking through fabrics, so much to choose from :0) x

  16. Janine Findlay

    These fabrics are absolutely gorgeous, would make lovely backings for my cross stitches which I turn into cushions :0)

  17. I would use this fabulous fabric to make small bags and tissue pouches and teeny bunting if any left! Thank you.

  18. Lovely giveaway – I have liked you on FB x

  19. I will make some bibs and burpcloth sets!

  20. Jennie

    It’s always great to hear about a new uk based shop! I would make a collection of stuffed animals for my god daughter.

  21. M

    Oh so beautiful! I will be drooling over them haha

  22. Kelly

    I would make something cute for my granddaughter to wear!

  23. Such pretty fabrics. I’m not sure what I’d make with them, but I’d probably use them for patchwork, so little pouches, pencil cases, cushions, that kind of thing

  24. Super cute! As part of a quilt or pillow or a bag. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  25. This pretty fabric would make some gorgous bunting, or little bags or dresses for little girls or………!!
    I just popped to the site and bought some eco-wadding to give it a go, as I’ve been looking for a greener alternative, so thanks for the heads-up.
    Teresa x

  26. Pati from London

    What a gorgeous giveaway!! I would love to make a patchwork cushion for my girl’s room or some patchwork tablemats. Thank you so so much, Pati x

  27. Pretty, I would chop all up and make string blocks. Thanks

  28. amy bickford

    I follow them on facebook :)

  29. amy bickford

    I’m becoming addicted to buying fabric! so thank goodness for give aways :)

  30. Laura

    I would make a pretty bag for myself i think! Or an apron :)

  31. Rebecca M

    I would love to make a cushion or some bunting using these stunning fabrics :)

  32. Rebecca M

    I follow them on Facebook !

  33. Carrie Franklin

    I think these fabrics would make lovely ruffled aprons for myself and my 5 year old daughter!

  34. I have a new niece expected in September and these would make a beautiful baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.
    rpsandbag@gmail.com

  35. auntiethesis

    Tweeted:

    shel704 at aol dot com

  36. auntiethesis

    I follow on Facebook (Michelle Hudak)
    shel704 at aol dot com

  37. auntiethesis

    Pretty patchwork placemats for my kitchen table.
    shel704 at aol dot com

  38. Pretty patchwork placemats to brighten my kitchen table.
    shel704 at aol dot com

  39. Following on FB now too.

  40. Hayley

    Tweeted about this giveaway @magical2727

  41. Hayley

    Following Stitch Me Lane on Facebook

  42. Hayley

    ooh lovely fabrics. I think i would make some pretty fabric hearts with them x

  43. I’ve tweeted the comp @7hippopotamus

  44. I’ve liked the page on facebook.

  45. Lovely fabrics, I think I’d make some lovely cushions for my daughters room.

  46. What a great giveaway, please count me in! Thank you! :)

  47. Gillian Holmes

    I have tweeted as @gholmes724

  48. Gillian Holmes

    I like your Facebook page as Gillian Holmes

  49. Gillian Holmes

    I think I’d make some tote bags.

  50. What gorgeous fabric…I think I’d make a quilt with some sort of curves or appliqué…it would look so pretty!

  51. Susan broadhurst

    What gorgeous fabric!! I would love to win this prize and make some beautiful make up bags as gifts for friends

  52. I like Stich me lane on facebook

  53. I would like to make a bag out of this fabric! Or maybe in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. carriem

    Maybe a patchwork skirt for my little girl. So cute!

  55. Aimee Marie

    tweet, tweet

  56. Aimee Marie

    Following on FB

  57. Aimee Marie

    I would make a lap quilt for my daughter. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

  58. great giveaway – love the fabrics – I’d use them in a baby quilt I’m making for a girlfriend’s first baby due in August and just found out that its a little girl – yay :)

  59. Usha

    I would stitch up more pouches to be given away as gifts for my daughters’s friends and my own friends too…and stitch up more pincushions for my crafting friends near and far!

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

  60. MoodyCatCrafts

    That sweet deer fabric would have to be made into a dress for my daughter and the other prints are so summery. Maybe a beach bag for me?

  61. Lizerll

    What lovely prints! It would be super if I can win this. My mother will be visiting me from SA and I would surprise with something wonderful should I be lucky enough to win. LOVIES

  62. Kay

    I follow Stitch Me Lane on facebook too.

  63. Kay

    This is a gorgeous giveaway, thank you. I would make some dresden plates and use them as designs on tote bags. I have also made tiny dresdens as pincushions and would use my scraps for this.

  64. Sarah Hughes

    Love Love Love these. I would be apron making with these if i got the chance.

  65. christina

    These are beautiful! I’d make a purse!

  66. Linda

    SHARED REGARDING GIVEAWAY ON STITCH ME LANE’S FB PAGE!

  67. Linda

    LOVE TO MAKE A YOUNG GIRLS QUILT WITH THESE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

  68. Linda

    HAPPY TO FOLLOW ‘STITCH ME LANE’ ON FB!
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1711336606

  69. pearlygirly03

    I would love to make a little girly baby quilt with this fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  70. Lovely fabrics, they would make a great cover for my sewing machine!

  71. I would make some lovely hexagons for sure. Thanks!

  72. I think this would be perfect for a quilt I’m planning to make for my daughter. I already have some lovely red scallop and floral fabrics. Thanks Ali.

  73. ClaireLB

    Also, I ‘liked’ Stitch me lane fabrics on Facebook!

  74. ClaireLB

    oh, such pretty fabrics! I would make cushions for my kitchen chairs!

  75. What a lovely giveaway – please count me in for a chance to win xx

  76. Oh I think I would make a yummy summer handbag tote with these fabrics – lovely!!!! Thanks for the chance!

  77. Hi there, blogged it http://buttoneduppinneddown.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/giveaway-by-stitch-me-lane-fabrics-and.html following and shared on both twitter (@BUPD) and facebook (@Buttoned up and Pinned down) I’d use it to make my 6 yo a quilt as she is the only one out of my children who hasn’t got a mummy made quilt.

  78. barbara

    I would like to make a pillow with them. Thank you for the chance. Barbara from Italy

  79. Suzie

    Such sweet and cheerfulfabric -perfect for placemats for the breakfast table.

  80. Bunting and a sewing machine quilt cover to bright my sewing room

  81. this is the a giveaway that I think it is fair to all! – I will gladly pay the shipping cost should I win.
    This is a wonderful initiative. Thanks for the chance
    Gina

  82. I’ve ‘liked’ their website. I would use the fabric in the baby heritage cot quilts that I make

  83. Beautiful fabrics!!! Thanks for the chance to win them! I live about an hour and a half east of Knoxville, TN! I don’t think I could ever move away from the mountains though, it’s so pretty here. And with these fabrics I would prolli make my girls a skirt or 2! Thanks again!

  84. Beth T.

    What a fun giveaway! Why didn’t I think to marry an Englishman? Moving to England would have been lovely…

    If I were the lucky winner, I think I’d make a mini quilt–that seems to be what I’m focusing on these days.

  85. gccmom

    I am not sure what I would make…I am sure that I LOVE these fabrics. I would have to drool over them for awhile before use.

  86. I am not sure what I would make with these….I do know that I love them and would probably just drool over them for awhile.

  87. robin

    I like Stitch Me Lane on FB!

  88. robin

    They’d make a cute baby quilt!

  89. I follow Stitch Me Lane on Facebook.

  90. I know I would make a quilt, but I am not sure what. I am thinking granny squares or something traditional looking. :)

  91. Nelly

    Shared on twitterhttps://twitter.com/barney_nelly/status/211245013819080705

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  92. Nelly

    I would like to make a purse

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  93. I would LOVE to make bibs and burp cloths using these fabrics!

  94. glendas1120

    Cute fabric. I would make a purse with lots of pockets.

  95. Glenda
    Cute fabric. I would make a purse with lots of pockets

  96. Sharon Logan

    Also following on facebook.

  97. Sharon Logan

    Gorgeous fabrics LOVE THEM and wnat to WIN please. Would make a beautiful playmat for friends grandchild due shortly..

  98. marcella

    i would definitely make a baby quilt for my friends baby girl :)
    thank you

  99. Following on facebook :o)

    • Deborah Rycroft

      Absolutely gorgeous juicy fabrics! I would make some hair bands and accessories and I love to make floral brooches and some applique artwork. I could really put these to good use as they are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for the opportunity, the giveaways are great!! xx

  100. I would make some bunting for my daughters bedroom

  101. tweeted too, although I’m new to that game so who knows…

  102. Now following on facebook

  103. You know I love a new fabric store! I did a frame purse class last weekend and think that I’d make more with these delicious fabrics – thanks for the chance to win

  104. Katy

    And I now follow Stich Me Lane on Facebook.

  105. Katy

    How lovely. I’d make some cushions for my bed.

  106. what gorgeous fabrics: have just added some of her scraps to a basket to purchase this evening!

  107. I follow Stitch Me Lane on Facebook!

  108. I think they would look good in some Granny squares!

  109. I tend to use little bits of fabrics in lots of projects so they last longer and these would be no exception!

  110. Helen Hickman

    And I’ve just tweeted about it too!

  111. Helen Hickman

    I’ve now liked Stitch Me Lane on Facebook

  112. Helen Hickman

    What beautiful fabrics! I would love to use these to make a cushion and maybe a little pouch for storing some of my sewing bits. So many possibilities!

  113. I’ve also just tweeted @Aliscrafty and like your page on Facebook!

  114. Sandra

    And I follow the Blog too!

  115. Sandra

    I am a follower on Facebook.

  116. Sandra

    What divine fabrics I love them so much. I would start with some cushions for my garden chairs as they have such a lovely summery feel.

  117. I make fabric greetings cards, sometimes with knitted embellishments. These fabrics would be just perfect for that.

  118. I would use the fabric to create bags, cushions, framed pictures and notebook covers with appliqué houses :D

  119. I also follow Stitch Me Lane on Facebook :)

  120. I would make some co-ordinating cushions! :)

  121. Lindsey

    I’m thinking about patchwork cushions with ribbons and ties for a little girl’s bedroom

  122. Deborah Garretty

    Oops! Just realised tweeting will grant me a further entry, thanks.

  123. Deborah Garretty

    Love the fabrics and I would make a patchwork tea cosy (to a vintage pattern that I have) and a matching pieced tray-cloth to bring a bit of old-time glamour to my afternoon tea. Will also tweet about give-away.

  124. I’d make a bag for my best bud (who made me a lovely cup-cake themed tote and who’d die of happiness at those fabrics). I’d use any left-overs to make some super-summery bunting for the garden x

  125. I’ve tweeted about your fab giveaway too (@Storeyshop)

  126. I now ‘like’ Stitch Me Lane on Facebook too :)

  127. I’d love to win! I’d add the lovely fabric’s to my patchwork quilt that I have just started making for when when my baby arrives!

  128. I would make some vintage style items for the kitchen and utility room in my 1930s house

  129. Julie Cook

    i’d like to make a patchwork quilt for my little girls cotbed x

  130. I’ve also just tweeted (@accidentalvix)

  131. Ooooh fab :) I’m torn between making a baby set with booties, bib and burp cloth… or some hats! xx

  132. roccagal

    I am a follower on facebook!

  133. roccagal

    I would love to make a Dresden plate topper or some large pillow covers with Dresden plates on them. This fabric collection is soo cute!

  134. Jan

    I think I’d make some napkins and/or tablecloth for using in the garden if we ever get weather good enough to sit outside and eat!

  135. For a 2nd entry – I’ve just tweeted about the giveaway

    My Twitter username is @sewrayme

  136. What gorgeous fabrics! I’d make an outdoor quilt for us to use whilst sat around our new chiminea on our patio. Mind you, purchasing that seems to have brought about an onset of rain, coincidence??

  137. Lovely fabric, I would make s knotted bag with it.

  138. I’m a Stitch Me Lane follower on Facebook x x x

  139. Pretty fabrics, I’d like to sew dresses for my daughter especially I liked Mandarine Dress from Sew Home magazine.

  140. jorobexeter

    Following Stich me Lane Fabrics on Facebook

  141. a travel wallet which am in need of, a dress for my little girl and a hat for me if there is fabric left over!

  142. francispaul

    I’m already liking on facebook!

  143. I would use it for a dreamblanket :-)

  144. jorobexeter

    I love the retro feel – I’m thinking something for my kitchen – oven gloves or a pot holder, or an apron for my daughter – thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

  145. Kat

    I’m also a follower on facebook of stitch me lane

  146. Kat

    I’d love to use these for quilting! They’re lovely!

  147. Gina C.

    I tweeted!

  148. Tara Blackwell

    Am following on FB and have shared blog spot link on my timeline too! xxxx

  149. Tara Blackwell

    Hi! If I am lucky enough to win I think I would have to make some bunting from this gorgeous set of fabric and bias binding! Fingers crossed! xxxx

  150. Gina C.

    I’m following stitch me lane on fb.

  151. jen

    love those colours!!!! I would make my girls dresses

  152. Gina C.

    Gorgeous fabrics and the stitch me lane website looks great. With the fabric, I would use it to make a knot dress for my daughter.

  153. Dina Newton-Edwards

    I am following Stitch Me Lane on Facebook.

  154. Dina Newton-Edwards

    I would make a cute grab bag for bright sunny days.

  155. Wendy Rodger

    What a beautiful selection of fabrics. Ithink they would look just right ifI made them into napkins and placemats for picnics.

  156. I’d think I’d make myself a pouch for my embroidery projects – they’re gorgeous fabrics!

  157. kirsty taylor

    I would make a purse, it would be just the way I want it. My old one has broken, looking for a new one is not making happy. This fabric would make me smile every time I reached for my purse! :)

  158. buntyw

    I’d make a bag – perhaps one from Purse Palooza!
    Thanks!

  159. I am a very keen quilter and love your site – will definitely follow you from now on!

  160. I am following on facebook!

  161. victoria

    definitely a lovely apron, 50’s style x

  162. I would make a cute little patchwork dress for my daughter!

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