Free Stuff Friday! Double Prizes!

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Today we have double prizes for Free Stuff Friday! We’re giving away two copies of the book Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders: 101 Sewing Projects Using Cottons, Knits, Voiles, Corduroy, Fleece, Flannel, Home Dec, Oilcloth, Wool and Beyond. The book also includes full-size patterns and lots of tips for creating cute projects that only require one yard of fabric. Sounds like fun, right? All you need to do to enter is answer this question: What is your favorite project to make from one yard (or less) of fabric? Add your answer to the comments section below and we’ll randomly draw two lucky winners next week. Happy Friday!

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247 Responses to Free Stuff Friday! Double Prizes!

  1. Tammy L. says:

    There are so many things to make with one yard! In my shop, I’ve made diaper covers, totes, zippered pouches, pillow cases, aprons, check book covers, doggie coat, ipod & cell phone cases… to name a few!

  2. B. Parmer says:

    I love making baby blankets and burp pads.

  3. Jodie says:

    Project bags, zippered pouches and coin purses…a girl can never have too many!

  4. CHERYL says:

    Tote bags, pillows, small kids clothes, lamp shades….the possibilities are endless!

  5. Babs Jenkins says:

    One yard (or less) of fabric? Back in the 60′s, this made a cool mini skirt (often one a week). Just a front and a back, and two seams, a facing and a hem, and I would WIGGGGGLLLLLEEE into it. Ah!!! Happy days.

  6. Now I can do things with all the extra yards of fabric in my stash!!!!!

  7. Tambra Vandal says:

    I have so many favorites, so it’s really hard for me to pick which project using just one yard of fabric, so I’ll just have to list them all…..Baby Quillows, cloths for my grand daughter & her dolls, dish towel toppers, (one yard will make several) handbags, diaper bags, pillows, place mats, & stuff toys. I love to sew & I’m always looking for quick projects that require 1 yard of fabric or less, to make manley for my gift giving. So For that reason alone, I would love to be a winner of one the one yard wonders book.

  8. Terry Schultz says:

    Tote bags, scarves, pillows, dog jackets!

  9. Anna in ABQ says:

    Napkins are always good, if it’s cotton fabric. Travel clutches are handy — small bags to keep small stuff organized! Shoe bags also very handly — works better with the slinkier fabrics — shoes slide in and out better.

  10. Didi says:

    Skirts for my little girl, pillows, and tote bags!

  11. Sherry Mitchell says:

    purses, aprons, anything crafty…would love new ideas !!!!

  12. Dell M says:

    Skirts for my daughter.

  13. Gayle says:

    I’m stuck on purses/bags, coins purses, etc. I’d love some new ideas! Would love to win!

  14. MIRIAM RAMOS says:

    I love making sundresses for my grandaughters!!! A yard is just perfect. I add a ruffle of a matching color, or lace, or whatever I find, and for shoulder straps I use ribbon, bias tape, or…… Also like sewing for my twin grandsons, they are tiny and a yard of material goes a long way!!!

  15. Holly Kerksiek says:

    I love to make things for my little girl. Skirts, doll diapers, and baby quilts.

  16. Jan Bryant says:

    I like sewing all types of things. I would love to have the book!

  17. Melissa Landreth says:

    Pillowcases for KonkerCancer. One yard is the perfect amount to make a cheery pillowcase for a child’s hospital stay. And you get to play with so much beautiful fabric!

  18. Lynn McKnight says:

    Three Drawstring Back Packs

  19. Alice tahir says:

    Placemats

  20. Lydia V says:

    doll clothes, doll blankets, pillows, tote bags and sometimes I piece together various fabrics for novelty curtains!

  21. Susan Novak says:

    Pillowcases.

  22. Abby says:

    Pillows, aprons and bags!

  23. kelli says:

    I think my new favorite will be making ponchos from a yard of fleece!! Before it was a purse or tote.

  24. Linda T says:

    How exciting! I have the other book and love it. I made the lunch bag, last week, from the the other book. Love these easy, fun projects.

  25. Jan Sheets says:

    I love to make small personal zippered pouches/bags. Everyone needs one or more and they make great gifts!

  26. Rebecca S. says:

    Yoga bag! I just made one from the first One Yard Wonders book.

  27. Danni Armstrong says:

    A little girls dress.

  28. Cheryl says:

    I like to make all kinds of bags, bags, bags!!!!

  29. Penny says:

    I don’t have a real favorite, I just Love to sew, and sew, and sew.!
    I love finding new projects, and making as many different things as I can.

  30. Eileen says:

    Aprons!! My current passion is making vintage look (40′s, 50′s….) aprons. Everyone seems to love them. This book could lend new inspiration. Sounds wonderful.

  31. Bea Williams says:

    I love to make anything at all that I can get out of a yard of fabric. From wallets to pillows to receiving blankets for babies. Give me a yard of fabric and I will give you a gift!

  32. Janet Carpenter says:

    I am a purse/totebag addict. I also LOVE and am addicted to remnants, so that is my favorite thing to make with 1 yard or less of fabric. This book looks like a dream book to me. :)

  33. Marilyn Snow says:

    I like to make purses, totebags, or binder covers. Thanks!!

  34. Janice says:

    I love making little girls skirts, dresses, pants, appliques, bags, snappy bag sets for gifts, coiled baskets, pillows, burp cloths, and scrap blankets. I have more ideas than time. Didn’t have time to sew for years, now I can’t get enough of it.

  35. Lisa L says:

    Pillowcase

  36. My favorite thing to make from my one yard pieces is cloth dolls. The book looks great.

  37. Robyn says:

    Totes, purses, toys and baby/toddler clothes.

  38. Deena says:

    Baby blankets, bunting, twirlly skirts.

  39. Melissa Randall says:

    Pillowcase Dress!!!

  40. Jennifer Scott says:

    From 1 yard of fabric I like to make skirts for my girls and matching skirts for their dolls. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  41. Rhonda says:

    I’d like to seriously deplete my scrap stash!

  42. Linda says:

    baby blankets

  43. Elisa Owens says:

    Book bags, dog collar scrunchies and pin cushions

  44. Liane McDowell says:

    It’s simple to make a pillow that can be embellished in many different ways to completely change the looks of a room.

  45. Carolyn H says:

    I like to make small bags in multiples as gifts, like cosmetic bags.

  46. SuZann says:

    I make fabric flowers, wallets, and recover old shoes!

  47. Jenn says:

    I like to make sleeping masks. They are fun and easy to make, plus they make great “just because” gifts!

  48. Deb Marshall says:

    Tuckable totes! A 20″ bag folds back into the pocket!

  49. Elizabeth Hanson says:

    I love making bags, totes, purses, headbands.

  50. Louise says:

    Purses, baby blankets and pillowcases

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