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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! 

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  • Michele T: January 15, 2016

    My farm experience comes from our family raising a dozen chickens and I wish I could say a dozen rabbits but they kept multiplying!! Lol I loved watching the chickens race for grasshoppers that I would catch for them. The girls were hilarious to watch eating cooked plain spaghetti too! Of course I always found a favourite rabbit and one was special because he liked ice cream!! Fond empires of our little farm.

  • Julie: January 14, 2016

    I am one of 7 sisters and we lived across the road from 5 boys. The family had a property (farm) way out of town. We were invited out there one school holidays. These boys tried everything to torment us town girls and scare us silly. When all else failed we were dared to eat a witchetty grub each. They skewered them to the ends of sticks and cooked them over a fire. We 4 older girls were handed a grub laden stick and goaded unrelentless to eat. We looked at each other, gave each other the nod and bit down and swallowed. Success!!! They respected us after that and we all became good childhood friends. 60 years later we sisters still stick together. One in all in, no one messes with us.

  • Krist Pratt: January 14, 2016

    My great grandfather had cattle. When I was about 4 we went to bisit him and he put me on one of his bulls back. I had so much fun. He never let go of me while I was up there. I would love to have a cow. Maybe someday we will have land and room for a cow.

  • Donna Printy : January 14, 2016

    When I was a young child, our family would drive to the great state of TN to visit my father’s family. W would stay at my aunt’s, Fanny, farm. I have cherished memories of her. Mostly cooking with her in her farmhouse. She had no indoor plumbing. We would have to pump water from a hand pump in the kitchen sink to do dishes. There was no indoor toilet either, so we used the outhouse. My favorite memory of all was taking a bath in a large tub on her back porch! So fun! I just loved her and our yearly trips!

  • Lynda: January 14, 2016

    Growing up we visited my aunt and uncles farm almost every weekend – picnics, new born kittens in the barn, made from scratch cakes :)

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