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January Monthly Giveaway!

Posted on January 14 2016

WINNER: Julesquilts - email with a shipping address to claim this bundle.

It's time, It's time, Yippee! Who doesn't love free fabric?!

How about a Fat Quarter Bundle of October Afternoon's Farm Girl collection for Riley Blake? It's full of cherries, roses, canning jars, cows, pigs, sheep and my personal favorite, canning labels! Not to mention, the cute little red-headed farm girl in her pig tails and overalls! All sorts of farm cuteness in one fun fat quarter bundle!

Right?! Am I right?! My mind is spinning with ideas for these fabrics!



To enter: Comment with your favorite "farm" experience. Yup, it's that easy! 

Oh, and find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to enter there too!


  • Karrie Smith: January 17, 2016

    I got to milk a goat!!

  • Barbara Winkler: January 17, 2016

    When I visited my aunt who raised bulls, I got a licking by one which took me by surprise.

  • Elana Goldberg: January 17, 2016

    I remember working with flowers on a farm and then later with chicken eggs. It’s good and honest work that helps you better appreciate the food on your table.

  • Sarah Fox: January 17, 2016

    The closest I ever got to a farm experience was raising a baby chick. I was 6 years old. All was well and good until I tried to give it a bath:(

  • Noreen: January 17, 2016

    My favorite farm experience was learning to milk a cow!

  • Allison CB: January 17, 2016

    Nice giveaway! My best farm experience was picking fruit in the Niagara area each summer as a high school student – lots of cherry picking!!!

  • Megan : January 17, 2016

    Always visited my grandma’s farm and would love to bottle feed calves when needed.

  • Shelley: January 17, 2016

    What a sweet giveaway! Before Silicon Valley became the technical hub that it is, the area was filled with orchards and my grandparents would take me to pick apples, peaches, apricots, and cherries.

  • Linda: January 17, 2016

    I grew up on a working farm where we leased the house from the owner. When I was 10 the owner gifted me with 30 baby chicks. Up until then I was terrified of chickens, but raising them might have been the best thing to happen to my 10-year old self! I sold eggs for $1.00/ dozen to buy Nancy Drew books. :)

  • Linda: January 16, 2016

    Hi playing with our kittens in the hay of the barn ! Love it ! Thanks for the giveaway ?

  • Marie Eddins: January 16, 2016

    This fabric line is so adorable. I can see fun things made from it. I did grow up on a farm where my grandfather was the farm manager. One of my scariest moments was when I was going for a walk in the woods with my youngest sister riding on my back. We passed the pig pen and I didn’t realize that Mama pig had had her little piglets. Anyway I was crossing a stream that ran through the pig’s yard by holding on to the fence, walking on a log (the ‘bridge’ over the stream). She saw me, felt threatened, and charged! I scrambled across the log with my sister hanging on, but luckily for me, the pig halted right at the fence only inches away from me! I never ever walked close to a Mama pig when she had her babies!!

  • Laura: January 16, 2016

    When I was little
    I lived near a farm
    The animals were playful
    And for me had much charm.

    The Farm Girl fabric
    Just makes me frantic
    I’d love to have a bit
    To make a lovely quilt!

  • Sharon Rodrigo Wilson: January 16, 2016

    I’m so excited about this fabric! Super cute!
    My favourite farm story happened a couple of years ago when we took our kids to a farm on a 40 degree Aussie summer day. We didn’t realise it would get so hot! So we were one of the only people there and pretty much had the place and animals to ourselves.

  • Kelly Caufield: January 16, 2016

    Hello and thank you for this fabulous giveaway! My favorite farm story would have to be as a small child. My parent’s had some good friends who had a huge farm and I remember going over and feeding their chickens and playing with the goats. It was always the highlight of my days….. :)

  • Sandy K: January 16, 2016

    As a young child, I loved chasing the chickens.

  • Vicki H: January 16, 2016

    Our cousins lived on a farm and we loved to visit. I liked the horses.

  • Ruth Smith: January 16, 2016

    “Catching” a baby goat, swaddling it in towels! Pretty exciting for this city girl.

  • Sarah J.: January 16, 2016

    I don’t have much farm experience, but I love taking my kids to our local FarmPark which shows how farms work and offers many hands on activities!

  • Jennifer B: January 16, 2016

    Gathering eggs when the hens have secret laying places.

  • Diane in VA: January 16, 2016

    Watching the men bale hay, and stack it in the barn w/the pitchforks moving every which way and never getting injured:) I also loved running thru the cornfields, checking the corn around July to see if it was ripe enough to pick. Then taking it and throwing in on the grill and enjoying every delicious fresh bite. Thank you for the trip down memory lane.

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