Friday, June 10, 2011

Fabrika: A Giveaway!


Fabrika is a jewel box of a fabric store in Savannah, Georgia. The girls and I had (too much) fun there this weekend--I brought home the most beautiful raw silk in a celadon green, a sweet turquoise print for Daisy, beautiful wool felt, and the odd Colette pattern.


The shop is exquisitely curated--not a bad fabric on any shelf. And some truly beautiful, work-of-art textiles. Like the black satin-backed cashmere. Sigh.


The shop owner was so gracious and friendly to our big group crowded into that space. All of Daisy's questions (mostly about rubber thimbles) answered. And I learned that soon their stock will be available online!


I loved Fabrika so much I asked Emily if she would like to do a giveaway to celebrate our new relationship (in which she will, I believe, be the clear winner!). It was a yes, and so if you would like to win a yard of stylish oilcloth from this charming store, then leave a comment! I'll pick a name randomly on Wednesday, so don't forget to leave contact info just in case it's you I'll be contacting!

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Matushka Anna said...

Woo hoo! I love oilcloth! And I'm envious - I live out in the sticks without neat fabric stores like this... (my contact info is in my profile) (:

Heather said...

What a wonderful store! Can't wait to see it online.

Anonymous said...

Anna,

Does your eldest daughter have a Colette pattern dress on? You look exquisite in the peacock blue! Love, love, love seeing your family together walking down the street! My favorite blog of all!

Maria Ricci
fra_maria@sbcglobal.net

Lisa Beth W. said...

Oooh, those fabrics look so yummy! I'd love to win that oilcloth. Thanks for the chance.

becka said...

I would love to visit this fabric store sometime. We live in SC so it's definitely within driving distance. :)

Keri said...

OOh! I'd love to win some oil cloth. Thank you for the opportunity!

Diane said...

Beautiful shop! My favorite kind. I always look for a fabric shop when I am in a new town.

You can reach me at dd_bradley@hotmail.com

Love your blog! Been a fan for a long time.

Mary Ann said...

I'd love to win! Thanks for the chance.

maryannshouse (at) gmail (dot) com

Beth said...

I could always do with inspiration in fabric form!

Amanda said...

I dream of oilcloth! What a great giveaway!

Margo said...

how beautiful! and how kind of you to think of us, drooling over the shop too. thank you!

My contact info is on my blog and here, for convenience, as well:

thriftathome@verizon.net

Eileen said...

Oooooohhhh!! Total and complete eye candy! What a beautiful shop!

Elizabeth said...

ooh! Sounds wonderful and destructive to my budget ;-)

seiler dot 36 at osu dot edu

Bridget said...

Don't you love the really beautiful shops like that? There was called St. Theresa's Textile Trove when I lived in Cincinnati that was a joy to enter. blaneybd at yahoo dot com just in case I win!

Anonymous said...

Thanks...always fun to enter a contest of yours.

Colleen in Iowa

Katie said...

Fabrilicious!! =) Thanks for hosting such a charming giveaway!

Blessings,
Katie

Betsy said...

I love oil cloth! And I'm feeling lucky! :)

Nadja said...

What a fabulous store! The oil cloth
would be just the thing for some nice bibs.

Betsy said...

PS

email ~ elizabethbrock@att.net

Leah H said...

Looks like a lovely place! Glad you and the girls got to go. I can email you my contact info...

Kate at Wonderful Life Farm said...

What a delightful shop! One never can know about enough fabric stores...that's what I say. Thanks for letting me get a glimpse into a good one! Please enter me into the drawing.

Karen said...

Oh how fabulous! I would love to win some beautiful fabric. I love fabric stores, and the small locally owned ones are the best. I will add that to my list of places to visit in Savannah. My daughter was on the Paula Deen show and fell in love with that little town. Thank you!
shire777(at)aol(dot).com

Sarah said...

What a delicious-looking store. We'll probably spend a weekend in Savannah later this year and will have to look in!

I'd love to enter the giveaway. Best contact method is a comment on my site, since that goes straight to email: http:\\yellowpencilstub.wordpress.com . I don't post the actual email publicly 'round the web.

Cheryl said...

Your post has left me terribly envious!! I look forward to their online store, at least. Thanks!

Kristin said...

I've been looking for some interesting, unique oil cloth! Also, I love how you said "Dude" at the end of your previous post. One of my favorite words. :)

Polly said...

Cannot wait to see what you do with the celadon green.

And satin-backed cashmere sounds so scrumptious. Wonderfully-appointed fabric/yarn shops are the best!

Mrs. Mordecai said...

What a fabulous store! I hope you'll share a link when they get online. You can find my contact info on my blog.

Mink said...

I'll be dropping in at Fabrika ASAP...and am plotting for that oilcloth already.

Rachel Mink
bookgluck [at] gmail

Mrs. H. said...

I would like to be entered in the giveaway! Thank you so much! :-)

Lady Farmer said...

I think I would have had (too much) fun at that fabric store, too! It all sounds delightful!
Huh! I think I would have questions about rubber thimbles, too, Daisy!
I would love to win a yard of stylish oilcloth, or ANY kind of cloth, from this store/giveaway!
Thank you!
May I just say, you are a beautiful family ~ even viewed from the back!
Blessings!
(email on my profile page ;~P)

Elizabeth said...

How lovely!

Chelsea said...

Wonderful giveaway!! Please include me!
Thanks,
Chelsea

michal_c1984@hotmail.com

ren said...

Oh I really hope I win!!!! I have a little project just begging for oilcloth. Looks like a wonderful store to visit!

Gardening Mommy said...

Thank you so much for the chance to win! I have yet to work with oilcloth in my sewing adventures!

Kristie said...

Oh! This makes me want to go to GA! Can't wait to see what you do with the silk! And thanks for the giveaway.

~ Shannon said...

Sounds delightful! I'd dearly love to visit the shop in person, but since I can't, I'd love to be entered in the giveaway!

Blessings,
Shannon

maidenoftheking@gmail.com

Jenny said...

Oooh! The fabrics look delicious! All of that colour...sigh... :)
I would love to be entered in this giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

AM said...

It looks like a lovely shop to get lost in for awhile.

Enter me please.

kynaroyal (at) yahoo (dot) com

Anonymous said...

Love your blog, Anna! Please enter me in the giveaway :)

Lady Dorothy said...

Oooooo, yes! I'd love to win!

Celeste said...

The shop looks lovely, so bright and colorful. If I am lucky enough to win the drawing my e-mail is kozfam@ameritech.net.
Thanks! Celeste

Julie said...

Oh...oilcloth. I would love it. Thanks for doing this!

urbanmayberry said...

Wow, what a wonderful shop!! It looks like a budget buster to be sure! I'd love a little treasure of a shop like that here, however, I'm thinking my husband wouldn't necessarily agree!! :) I will be awaiting word of their website, btw!! :)

Beckie said...

I probably don't *need* any more fabric, but I'd certainly *like* some!

Miriam said...

I have been following your blog for some time now - it is amazing and you are so talented with a beautiful family!

I hope you will have my emailadress by me leaving this comment automatically...

A fascinated follower from Germany!

The Nester said...

Oh I would love a yard of lovely oilcloth!
Kalexalott@gmail.com

e&b said...

I'd love to win...I keep seeing people with the cutest oilcloth bags. :)

Carolyne said...

Please do count me in.
I'm excited to see quality online shopping available.
*cecarrick at gmail dot com*

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

How fun! I'd love a yard of oilcloth for a tote bag.

Katie said...

Ooh, I'd love it if you're willing to send to Australia!

Sonja said...

I love the crisp white shelves filled with gorgeous fabrics. When I tried the link to Fabrika it did not work, so I am off to google the shop. We may have to visit sometime.
sonja greene at very verdant dot com

Ren said...

What a beautiful store!!! Thanks for organising this giveaway. :o)

Heather said...

Me please. Although, I appreciate Ireland is perhaps too far away to mail. Thanks anyhow for making my first minutes of the day (when I check your blog) memorable.

Kara Dekker said...

I'd love to have some new fabric to play with! Please enter my name.

Kara D.

(I hope my blog link is enough contact info?)

Jane said...

I've been curious to try oil cloth. Maybe being first won't be the kiss of contest death. Thanks for the giveaway!

lisa said...

Your blog is one of my favorites....you have wonderful children and I always enjoy seeing pictures of your sewing projects! Thank you for the opportunity to win something from such a beautiful store! :)

Jen said...

Count me in!!! I love your blog.
You inspire me to inject little bits of beauty
into our daily lives...intentionally.
Thank you.

Tracy said...

Sign me up! I have been keeping my eye out for oilcloth for our kitchen table. I love the rainbow of colors in a fabric store.

Tully Family said...

I'd LOVE to win! You can contact me by leaving a comment at our blog: www.tullyfamily.blogspot.com

I've been longing to go to Savannah- we're only a few hours away now. I'll have to stop by this store!

Anonymous said...

I would love to be entered into this drawing for the oilcloth! Thanks so much!
Kathy Frazier
frazikat@gmail.com

P.S. If you see a bunch of comments from me, please only publish one...I was having trouble signing into my google account, so now I'm commenting anonymously. Sorry about that!

Carlee said...

I would love to win!

MrsSM said...

Sounds like so much fun! I'd love to be part of the giveaway!

MrsSM

Anonymous said...

Wow a freebie....love them. I really enjoy looking at all your sewing projects. I am almost ready to pull out my old sewing machine and get it serviced.

Nicole in MD
tx065sat@aol.com

Missy said...

You're in Savannah, but you all look so cool, and Bella is even wearing a sweater! How do you do it? Congrats to Felix!

Sue L said...

Sound like a fun place to shop! I have wanted to make something from oil cloth! Something I haven't worked with! I am working on my deck...it needs a "pretty"!
Suelavell@gmail.com

Kerry said...

Ooooh, sweet! Thanks for a chance to win! :)
annesaprons@gmail.com

Cheri said...

Oooh, I would be like a kid in a candy store there! Pleae. Count me in!

Cheri said...
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Melissa said...

It would be a real treat to receive this giveaway. Melissa A.

Anonymous said...

You are looking healthy and oh so happy on on your recent posts. Thank you for the opportunity to win a yard of fabric from Fabrika.

Anonymous said...

I really am posting, the second time ever. I really don't remember how I found your blog but I have stayed for many reasons. It is the calm that you project in the photos, the kindred spirit of Grace Livingston Hill, whom I have been reading for over 30 years. The beauty you see in your life with children....the list goes on.
Congratulations on having 2 graduates!
Wow! Just the store my mother-in-law would love to live in! And I love all things oilcloth. Please enter me in you drawing.
Blessings to you and your family!
Wendy Bussell

Lucy said...

Oh my goodness that store looks like a slice of heaven. I've been dying to try out some oilcloth. lucythesplendid at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would love to participate in this! I look forward to viewing their selection when they have their online location up and ruuning! Thank you and happy sewing,
-Sherri
scmagoo@sbcglobal.net

Erin said...

This store sounds a bit like the Fabric Gallery in Williamston, MI, where I find higher-end fabrics from tim to time. Would love to be included in the drawing. Find me at http://theconsummateamateur.blogspot.com or through Etsy (I purchased the barn owl pillow a few months back).

Aside: bizarrely, your family populated my dream last night. Clara and Felix were doing some music competition (though there was no cello--Clara was playing a xylophone!) while deciding whether or not to attend a particular college. So strange!!!

Eluned said...

Looks fantastic!
Lynne

Lisa said...

Oh, yes - count me in!

Lisateresa

Rebekah said...

Such a feast for the eyes! I love little shops like that.

Anonymous said...

Anna - Looks like you had a wonderful time. The row of different fabrics look like like a painting! Crissi

The Lowe Family said...

Ooooh, I would love to win!!

~Lisa L

Laura said...

Looks like a great store! I'm always glad to find a fabric store that carries something above and beyond the usual synthetics and quilting cottons.

Thanks for the giveaway! My e-mail is kcimedl (at) hotmail (dot) com.

Anonymous said...

Would love to be considered!
Those fabrics on the shelf look like a fine menu.

~Katherine
vikingjob at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

What a lovely store - - - and I do love oilcloth! Thanks for the giveaway.

Kate in NY
kateonah@msn.com

Laura {{* *}} said...

This gracious give-away
is just what we need to
jump start our summer sewing!

Fabrika
what a lovely name.

{{* *}}

sariah said...

Hello there,
I've been reading your blog for a few years, though I don't know if I've commented before. (have I?) As a fellow homeschooler and lover of sewing and beauty, I am always inspired by your projects and lovely colors.

I'd love to entered in your fun oilcloth giveaway! :-)

Anonymous said...

Oh, lovely photos! Count me in for the giveaway! ~C
cmhesh@yahoo.com

Serena said...

Of course I'd love to win! Thanks to you and Emily for the lovely giveaway!

Julian said...

ooh lucky you! Beautiful colors:)
please add me:)
Christina

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful and airy shop!

Cori
tinkamarink@gmail.com

Trudy said...

You must be her dream customers with all your experience, appreciation and knowledge of great fabric. Thanks for giving us a chance to share your experience.

Anonymous said...

I would love some oilcloth! Alicia @ hobartalicia@hotmail.com. Thanks!

Pattie - Chicagoland, IL said...

How wonderful that you are doing this! And btw, I loooove the dress that you are wearing in the photos.

a pink-bee said...

What a wonderful shop ~ can't wait until they are online ~ thanks for sharing :)
haPPy day :) crystal

Lola said...

Oh My! What a darling shop! I am sure you will enjoy a beautiful "relationship"! Thanks for the chance to win. I have a couple of ideas for the oilcloth swirling around in my brain! (My name should be clickable as I've signed in with Google).

Jo said...

That store looks like a dream come true!

Holly said...

I would love to win some fabric! Your blog is always so fun to look at! If I win, email me through my contact info on my blogger profile:)

Kathryn said...

Sweeeeeeet!!! I would absolutely love to win a yard of oilcloth! All kinds of great possibilities to create with that...

seashoreknits said...

What a charming shop! I loved the glimpses you gave us - and what I wouldn't give for a shop like that near my home! Very exciting to hear they will soon go on-line! Thank you for the fun giveaway!!

walkmom said...

I'd love some new fabric for my stash!

Vicki
walkmom6@sbcglobal.net

MamaPPod said...

Hmmm...I could find lots to do with a yard of oilcloth! Would love to be the winner; glad that I can inaugurate the giveaway.

barb said...

I love a new fabric shop.Sorry, way to far away to be a walkin but I will be sure to visit online.
Sign me up for a chance to win, thanks. b

Sarah said...

Oh, I definitely would! :)

Email: joydancer44@gmail.com

angela said...

I would LOVE to win. And I LOVE your blog.
kopetan@frontiernet.net

Anonymous said...

My kind of fun...fabric!
Amy F.
akcbmlgfuller@yahoo.com

Chrystal said...

What a beautiful store. I'll definitely be online shopping.
I can never find oilcloth here, so this would be great for me.

Chrystal

sclogan at bellsouth dot net

Bev said...

Visiting Savannah is on my bucket list, especially eating at Paula Deen's restaurant just to have her cheddar biscuits. I can easily add this sweet shop to the list of places to visit!

Katelyn said...

I would love to enter into the drawing! My contact email is: katelynharlow{at}aol{dot}com. Thanks for letting us in on a great new fabric store!

Mike and Susie said...

I love a good fabric store, and I love a good giveaway!
~ Susie

Caitlin Betsy Bell said...

Count me in! Since you know all too well how much I love Fabrika (and adding to my fabric stash in general).

Anonymous said...

I would love to try oilcloth. One of the few thins I've never worked with.

virginiadawn hotmail.com

Julie said...

Looks like a wonderful place!

Rachel said...

I've never worked with oilcloth before, but I have heard it's praises sung before.

Andrea said...

Everything looks incredibly gorgeous!

Andrea said...

All that fabric looks just beautiful!
deirex8@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love it!!! Thanks so much!!!! Amber
figandchloe at hotmail dot com

Sheila said...

Amazing give-a-way....thank you for the great opportunity!
Congrats to your boys....milestones for sure!

Elizabeth said...

I've never worked with oilcloth before, but I'd love to try! egholtrop at gmail dot com

lori said...

The fabric looks beautiful...and so does your family. I want to visit South Carolina seeing all your lovely pictures.
Lori Raches

lraches@yahoo.com

~Lovely Vintage Country Life~ said...

Oh how lovely! I love going to our local fabric store with my daughters too. You and your daughters are soooo uber talented with the sewing (I'm turning a lovely kelly green with envy right now, hahaha). I so truely love you blog. Have a wonderful night. :)

Kelli
Lovelyvintagecountrylife.blogspot.com

Wimberly Farms said...

That looks heavenly!I would love to browse but will have to wait til their on the web.

Tracey said...

I love oilcloth and would love a chance to win. Thank you.

♥ Stevi said...

Beautiful store.....thanks for hosting give away!

Lindsey said...

Oh la la! Do you think it would be possible to make a swim cap from oilcloth?

Carrie said...

Oooo, that shop looks fabulous!! I would love a chance to win!

Vicki Arnold said...

Lovely shop! I am itching to get into my local quilt shop soon.

(contact info is on top of my blog)

Randi~Dukes and Duchesses said...

I'd love to win ... I was just thinking today that my oilcloth collection is a bit dismal. Fingers are crossed. r.dukes@live.com

Kate said...

What a lovely store! We have such a sorry lack of fabric stores where I live. I rely on going to living history events to get a lot of my fabric. Thank you for the giveaway!

TessaDiane said...

Always fun to find a new fabric store! Love oilcloth, there are SO many things to make.

Katie said...

Lovely store!

hondreda said...

I have never sewn oilcloth before, but I would love to give it a try! I will be sure to check FABRIKA out online, too.

katie said...

Ooh, yes please! kcrismali@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Looks like a lovely store! I love oilcloth. :) My email is: dmhalejr@comcast.net Thanks, Maria

Jan J. said...

I NEED some oil cloth - what a neat store! I love Savannah and it's wonderful shops and all the history you are walking through. Thanks for the giveaway! janschop @ aol.com

Nancy said...

I would love the oilcloth! What a beautiful store!

JStacie said...

So fun! Look forward to seeing the store online.

Carrlee Jillien said...

Awesome store!! I love sewing!! My contact - (805) 937 - 2352 or yuo can email me at cjcampbell12@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to win!

cmarieboone(at)yahoo(dot)com

The Yellow Warbler said...

Ooh, oilcloth is so versatile! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

shaunessyhanrahan@yahoo.com!!!!

I'm Sheila Atchley. said...

This will be a treasure, once they go online! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

Sarah said...

Congratulations on Felix's accomplishments. I'd love some more homeschool posts explaining your methods. I always need encouragement in this area! Anyway, I'd also love to win the oilcloth. God Bless you and your family.

skolacki@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this charming shop! Would love to win this giveaway, for sure!!! jackson5947@bellsouth.net

Sonja said...

Toss my name in the hat, please?! Oilcloth = Vintage Yum. :)

Miss Mary said...

It looks like such an interesting store.....Fingers are crossed.

Celeste said...

Lovely photos, lovely fabrics! I wish we had a store like that in my town.

celeste dot cruz at gmail dot com

erin said...

I could find a good use for some nice oilcloth! Thanks for the giveaway! erin (at) lovelandfeedandgrain (dot) org

SisterlyLove said...

What a beautiful shop! I'd love to win some oil cloth! :)

Genevieve
jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

Linda said...

Looks like a lovely fabric shop!

Anonymous said...

Please enter me in your lovely giveaway.
Warmly,
Tonya
farm4life@frontier.com

Anonymous said...

LOVE your blog, love your vintage flair, love oilcloth. Nancy

EllaJac said...

oh, oilcloth! I've long aimed for that, but no shops within 2 hours of here have it. Haven't mustered the effort to take my four darlings into a shop elsewhere either. :] Thank you for the chance! ellajac*at*hotmail

Kati said...

Count me in!

My bog: katislittlecorner.blogspot.com
My email address: katislittlecorner@gmail.com

Katie said...

How nice. I would love to win!

katie.wiebusch@gmail.com

Karen at A Glimpse Into My Reveries said...

Isn't it wonderful to have a gem of a fabric store! I wish my favorites were closer! I'm glad this one will be online soon!

Please enter me in the giveaway!
Karen L (Washington state)

Miss B. said...

What a fun store! I'm def entering the giveway!

~B.
ragazzabianca@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Count me in! Oilcloth, a blast from the past! LOL

Coleen
accrisanti at yahoo dot com

Sarah said...

Would be fun to win.

Tlkusik said...

Love Savannah! Would love to go there again someday...

Anonymous said...

I used to live 45 min. west of Savannah, but alas I never visited this store! Would love to try out some oilcloth!

Thanks,

Angela (now in TX)
atymonw@yahoo.com

Sleen said...

Me! I would love to win some oilcloth. I even have a PLAN for it!

Jennifer said...

I wish we had a nice fabric store nearby. The stuff at Fabricland is mostly pretty blah - you really have to hunt to find something special. Do I still qualify for the oilcloth giveaway if I live in Canada? I can send it to my cousin in the U.S. if I should happen to win....
My info is: jenniferingrid@yahoo.ca

Farrah said...

Please add me Anna! I am not much of a seamstress, but want to learn.

Carlee said...

I would love it! carleerussell@gmail.com

Linz said...

I'd love to try some oilcloth. I've never worked with it, but have seen it's potential!

Hannah said...

Oooh - I have a vintage metal highchair that a yard of oilcloth would dress wonderfully!
hannahhagarty at yahoo dot com

Gail said...

What a beautiful fabric store! I would love to visit it. Oilcloth would be a lovely thing to win! Blessings from Kansas!

gentle spirit said...

Nothing makes me happier than a new source for great fabric!
kimberlyedwards6@yahoo.com

Ferrygull said...

I love your blog - I try to visit on a daily basis, it gives me a very peaceful feeling. Thanks for running this contest.

anna_rb@yahoo.com

Christian @ Modobject at Home said...

Enter me!

G.L.H. said...

ooh, count me in! Can't wait till the store goes online--it sounds fabulous!

--Barbara
barbaramanatee1 (at) hotmail.com

PittyPat said...

Love your blog. Love fabric stores. Love winning.

prhackney12@aol.com

Jennifer said...

Sounds like an amazing store! I've never worked with oilcloth and would love to have some to play with. Thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

I have oilcloth memories from my childhood! I live outside Atlanta and all the fabric stores are disappearing! jandoss@bellsouth.net

walklet said...

That store looks wonderful! Would love to win. Wendy

Anonymous said...

What a great idea you had and so generous of Emily! Can't wait to visit Fabrika online. Thank you for sharing.

Denise

dsmith1@mvnu.edu

Ridgely said...

Oilcloth! What a PERFECT thing for the picnic table!

Let us know when the store goes online!

Thanks, Ridgely

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the chance to win! It looks like a fun store. I can be reached at sekouba29(at)gmail(dot)com.
-Sarah

Tyna said...

Love, love, love the pictures of the store! Bright, happy color!

Adrienne said...

This sounds like a very fun store! =) adrienneandco@gmail.com

McKee Family said...

We love your blog! threemckees@gmail.com

i'm beccy. said...

I am a blog stalker who will come out of the woodwork for a fabric giveaway. :o). I came over to your blog from A Holy Experience link about homeschooling. When I discovered that you had a stash of dairy free family favorite recipes I started digging through your archives. I have found your posts on housekeeping extremely helpful. Thank you for sharing your beautiful perspective online.

Carrie said...

I never fail to learn something new or be inspired by your blog! Thanks Anna! casharn@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Next time I am in Savannah, I will go to Fabrika! I have really enjoyed your posts about sewing Alabama Chanin. Keep us updated on your jersey sewing!

Lorin
crawdogs@comcast.net

dg8357 said...

What a beautiful looking shop! I will be interested in perusing their online shop.

Monique said...

Your blog makes me want to keep improving my sewing skills! I would love to win the oilcloth. Thanks for blogging!

Wine & Design said...

I so enjoy the moment of loveliness that your blog brings to my desk. The store looks inspiring and I'm sure with two young children in the house--I could find a good use for some oilcloth! Thank you.

Mary said...

Oh Yes please I would LOVE some oilcloth! You can reach me at mary_romance@cox.net

Jeri Beth said...

Oh, fun! What a lovely shop. I love fabric!
Thanks, and your blog is so inspiring!

Jeri Beth
house.of.hardy@gmail.com

hotpinksky35 said...

I love these fabrics. Just gorgeous!!!

lle
hotpinksky34@yahoo.com

Genevieve P said...

I have several oilcloth projects in mind, but I've never actually gotten to the kind of fabric store that carries it--I'd love to win this. Thanks for the giveaway!
parknj at verizon dot net
(I'm sorry, but could you remove my previous comment? It was under my husband's account. My apologies!)

cathieb said...

ohhhhhhhhhhh that is a beautiful store

(favorite picture shot - a family walking with their backs tomwards the camera = heaven )

Angela said...

I have a great idea for that oilcloth!

Saminda said...

Oh, the sight of those fabric shelves make me sigh with happiness. :) Love the photo of you all walking together. Your family is beautiful Anna. xx

Anonymous said...

I would redo my cushions on the porch if I won the oilcloth! Barbara in AR

Julie said...

Sounds lovely - I'm in.

mrsbeaver said...

very exciting that they'll be online. I'd love to win the oilcloth! Thanks.

Bunny said...

Great blog you have--simple but profound. It's great to see a family doing life together well.

Lynn said...

oh how i love fabric!

Lynn said...

how fun!

Robin C. said...

oilcloth! I'm excited about the possibilities! Thank you for sharing this lovely store. There are a few in East Texas too. They are gems for sure.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your elegant blog. I'd love to be included in the drawing for the oilcloth!

Angela

angie dot armour @ gmail dot com

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