Kaffe Fassett FQ Giveaway from Black Sheep Wools

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I’m so excited to be working with the folks at Black Sheep Wools, we share so many enthusiasms! I love all their vast array of beautiful yarns and stitchy stuff, the super-delicious cake in their café (and as you know, I do like a slice of cake), and now they sell fabric too!

To celebrate our link-up, I have a fab fabric giveaway  from Black Sheep Wools for you today. Here are the lovely fabrics up for grabs:

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Here are the four beautiful Fat Quarters lined up for your delectation – 3 classic Kaffe Fassett prints with a lovely solid print that works so well with all of them:BSW giveaway collage

Kaffe Fassett Big blooms in green || Free Spirit Designer Solid in grey  

Kaffe Fassett Lotus leaf in blue  ||  Kaffe Fassett Paperweight in cobalt

And here’s a closer look:

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Giveaway Rules

  • The Giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere.
  • The Giveaway will run until the end of Friday 19th February.
  • To be in with a chance of winning please leave a comment on this post – you are welcome just to say ‘pick me!’, or alternatively please let us know what your desert island craft is, and why.
  • To gain additional chances of winning, please share details of this giveaway on Facebook and on Twitter, and LEAVE A COMMENT FOR EACH OF THESE, TELLING ME THAT YOU HAVE DONE SO.  If you don’t leave extra comments, you wont get the extra chances – simple!
  • One winning comment will be chosen from all the comments left, using a random number generator. The winner will be announced on 20th February.

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92 thoughts on “Kaffe Fassett FQ Giveaway from Black Sheep Wools

  1. I also love going to Black sheep wools. Not only excellent range of materials but I enjoy going to the cafe to complete the visit so it would be lovely if I got the prize.

  2. I think I would have to improvise…as if I ended up on a desert island I wouldn’t have gone there by choice, so might not have taken anything with me…on a practical note …weaving/ basket making might be on the cards…but fingers crossed I might just have my bag full of scraps and a supply of half inch hexies with me…that’d keep me busy!…more quilting fun! Little and often.
    Best wishes and thanks for the chance to win.
    Wendy

  3. Would love to be in for a chance to win this lovely fabric, I could look at it and stroke it for a very long time before getting the rotary cutter out, many thanks!! My desert island craft would be Patchwork and Quilting.

  4. Hi…thank you for a chance to win…I’ve only recently “found” Kaffe Fassett fabrics…and they are wonderful. If stranded on a desert island I would hope to have my hand-work bag with me…right now it has an assortment of batiks, needles, thread and English paper piecing hexies….I’m working on a table runner in gorgeous greens, pinks, teals and purples.

  5. Hello Ali I am so enjoying your posts. Would love to be entered for this draw, my 14 year old daughter keeps ‘borrowing’ from my patchwork stash so it needs replenishing and maybe I could use this quickly before it gets borrowed! My dese4t island craft would be weaving, never tried it but think it eould come in handy for a myriad of items. Thanks Julie Sent from my Hudl

  6. I would love to win these, please…my desert island craft would be cross stitching…I could laze all day in the shade of a tree, stitching to my hearts content while listening to the gentle sway of the ocean…ah bliss!

  7. My Desert Island craft would be to take a stash of fabric and to patchwork away the days. How large or small my end project would be, would depend on how long it would take for me to be rescued, ideally by Captain Jack Sparrow who had received some dental treatment!

  8. My desert island craft is garment sewing, totally addicted to making all my clothes (and my family’s when they let me). …but I need some quilting cotton because my poor mobile phone is feeling the cold and needs dressing up!

  9. My desert island craft would be cross stitch. My knitting is still very basic and I’d need you tube. Unless I can take my sewing machine then it’d be bag making. Pick me please! 🙃

  10. Oh gosh, I don’t know how to choose a desert island craft! It would have to be whichever craft I happen to have with me when I’m stranded – I always have some sort of craft with me. 🙂

  11. Thanks for this chance. I would take some knitting, having just learned how to cable I would try an Aran jumper which would keep me occupied and then snug at night.

  12. My island break would include EPP as no electricity is needed for a sewing machine and it is my favourite hand sewing craft. I also still need to finish my EPP hexagon quilt which has been going on forever. Thank you for a lovely giveaway. x

  13. On a desert island I would be doing some sort of hand sewing – but do black sheep deliver to this desert island as I’d need an endless supply of fabric!

  14. Lovely fabrics, thanks for the chance to win. My desert island craft would have to be knitting. I could knit clothes, footwear, hammock, blankets, canopy, storage etc etc. Of course, the island would have to already have a never-ending yarn supply thanks to a shipwreck some time earlier carrying yarn from the New World!

  15. I would bring crochet to a desert island, just easy to carry and no need for electricity really… Although I might need a bigger boat for the yarn I want to bring along….

  16. I would take my stash of fabric and a Singer treadle sewing machine. After all, it’s the machine I learned to sew on and I used it for many years.

  17. Wonderful! Oh, I have so many quilty pleasures; too much to list here all. But I love picking out fabrics and piecing. Quilting is another joy, but while doing that I am always thinking of new projects ahead. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway and congrats with your sponsor. They look lovely.

  18. Pick me! My desert island craft would be crochet – all you really need is a good choice of twig as a hook, and some stems or vines for yarn 🙂

  19. Love the fabrics, I would take my trusty crochet hooks and a sheep to a desert island for an endless supply of yarn thanks for the chance to win

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