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February Monthly Giveaway!

Posted on February 11 2016

Winner: Misti Creach! Email jamie@loulousfabricshop to claim your fat quarter bundle of Hometown Girl!

Boy have we got a couple of CUTE collections arriving this month! Vintage Picnic by Bonnie and Camille is expected to arrive Saturday! The long anticipated wait is nearly over. 

We are still anxiously waiting on a delivery date for Hometown Girl by Pat Sloan. This collection is absolutely charming and some lucky fabric lover is going to win a fat quarter bundle! 

The fabrics have such a cute, small town, country feel to them. One of our favorites is this text print:

Eek! Love, Love, Love it, probably because I grew up in a little country town with a population of 4000 and this fabric just screams home to me. 

To enter, leave a comment about something you remember from your hometown as a child. Then, visit us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to enter there too!

47 comments

  • Susan Bacon: November 24, 2018

    I remember walking around town barefoot and popping tar bubbles with my toes. We lived in a very small rural community with no sidewalks. The only other mode of transportation was a bicycle!

  • Angela Short: February 14, 2017

    I loved the woods growing up. The wild flowers in the woods were beautiful also. Good luck everyone!!

  • Elizabeth S.: February 29, 2016

    I remember riding my bike 3 miles to play with my best friend. We lived in a rural area so there were no next door kids around. Good times!

  • Teresa Hays: February 28, 2016

    Growing up I was my Daddy’s hunting and fishing buddy. Spent a lot of time in the woods and on the water with him. Miss that time spent with him and outdoors.

  • Laura: February 28, 2016

    I grew up all over the world, but I guess, if I had to choose, I would have to pick Montreal, Canada was the city I spent my high school years. It may seem funny, but what I remember the most were the amazing snow storms we used to have: you could go to school in clear skies and walk home in snow up to your knees!!

  • Maxine E: February 28, 2016

    I grew up in Arizona and I remember playing hide and seek at night with all the neighborhood kids! We were all in middle school..it was really too hot to play outside during the day…

  • Jill: February 28, 2016

    This is such a cute fabric!

  • Rina: February 26, 2016

    I grew up in a town of less than 1000. The thing I remember most is mom or dad giving my brother and I fifty cents every Saturday so we could go to the drug store/ soda fountain and buy anything we wanted. I always got a cherry phosphate, a Valomilk candy bar and some penny candy.

  • Jo Stires: February 25, 2016

    I remember playing outside in the dark with my friends. Back then, it was safe/

  • Sally: February 24, 2016

    I remember going to Italian Grandmas house on Sunday afternoons and having wonderful meals.

  • Rhona: February 24, 2016

    I remember pulling my little red wagon in the summer going house to house on my street and all the ladies would give me there pop bottles to return, 5 min walk into town, I still live in our small town, and miss all those nice ladies.

  • Tina: February 23, 2016

    My home town has small rock walls by the sidewalks. As a small child I walked on the walls while holding my Great Aunts hand.

  • Cindy Mizer: February 23, 2016

    I remember summer days, sitting outside eating popscicles and catching fireflies at night.

  • Cathy Callicoat: February 22, 2016

    I remember Summer’s mostly, in the city! I lived in a neighborhood where everyone seemed like family. Summer’s were spent walking to the city pool and spending every minute I could there, eating popcorn with ketchup!

  • jan : February 22, 2016

    We had a park a the end of our street. Pool and all the swings and slides. We would head to the park after breakfast and not come home until dinner. Wow, those were great times. Learned independence, it is a same that kids now a days don’t have those chances.

  • Pat Plucker: February 21, 2016

    I remember driving up and down main street after ball games, hanging out @ the local dairy queen or city cafe with friends and the closeness of our small class of 45. It was a great place to grow up.

  • Lee: February 19, 2016

    I mostly remember riding my bike everywhere as a kid in my town growing up. Im not sure if that was due to the town or the times though. Oh the good old days!

  • Kathleen O'Grady: February 18, 2016

    I grew up In a very small town and remember in the summer being able to take off on our bikes in the morning, roam all over town and not get home until dinner and never have to worry about weird people abducting or trying anything wrong. Climbing trees, playing in the creek or whatever else, always fun.

  • Rhonda: February 18, 2016

    I live in my hometown! So we live the wagon and sleigh rides with the team.

  • Mary Flynn: February 18, 2016

    I lay in bed at night and can hear the train off in the distance. To this day no matter where I am…hearing a train off in the distance takes me back home.

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