Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Brr! | Round up and Giveaway!

Over the last few months, there have been some truly gorgeous and amazing projects popping up around the blogosphere that feature my holiday line, Brr! Robert Kaufman was generous enough to send out some advance cuts to a handful of people and we asked them to play with the fabric and show off their creations. I was simply astounded and tickled at the enthusiasm and excitement around the line. Thank you for all of your wonderful emails and comments about the little bears!


I know you've been waiting patiently for Brr! to make it out into the world. And now the time has finally come!! Yea!! The line has begun shipping and you should start to see it start to appear in your local quilt stores and in online stores within the coming weeks.  But to keep you tied over until then, I have 2 full FQ packs (with both the green/red and aqua/red color stories) that I'd love to share with 2 lucky winners! 

But first let's just take the opportunity to gush over the fabulous and unbelievably creative quilts and projects that were already created, shall we? Sigh. Squuee. Sigh. So very, very lovely, right? And they are all so unique and different!


1. Converging Corners Quilt by Film in the Fridge, 2. Triangles Quilt by Blue Elephant Stitches, 3. Paw Paw Quilt by Sew Take a Hike, 4. Star Quilt by One Shabby Chick, 5. Improv pieced blocks by Polka Dot Zombie, 6. Hand quilted Swoon by Cut to Pieces, 7. Chevrons Quilt by From the Blue Chair, 8. Converging Corners Mini Quilt by Film in the Fridge, 9. Rocket Ship Pillow and Quilt by Teaginny Designs, 10. Many Hands by I'm  a Ginger Monkey, 11. Timber Quilt Top by Film in the Fridge, 12. A Polar Bear Quilt by Red Pepper Quilts

And even more lovely goodies!


1. Nite Before Christmas Collection Pattern by Nite Owl Quilting (free pattern download), 2. Mini Quilt (and free embroidery pattern download) by Little Miss Shabby, 3. Tree Skirt detail by Yellow Plumblossoms, 4. Box Bags by Apple Cyder, 5. Gift Bags by Blue Elephant Stitches, 6. Brrr! Rocket Ship wall hanging by Teaginny Designs, 7. Sleepover Pajamas by Cut to Pieces, 8. Pillow by Sew Deerly Loved, 9. Jar covers by Apple Cyder 10. Quilt detail by Red Pepper Quilts

And now onto the giveaway! 


  • Leave me a comment here and tell me what you plan to make with your Brr!
  • Make sure I have a way to contact you (check your blogger profile and double check that your email address is listed)
  • I'll choose 2 winners this Sunday evening, July 1. 
Have a wonderful rest of week and weekend everyone!!
xo
--laurie

199 comments:

jednoiglec said...

If I win, I will make advent calendar. Those bears are perfect for windows in calendar!
PS. And from scraps which will left, I will make a quilt:)

ninjadesigns said...

i'm thinking of xmas pyjamas!

Scenic Pit Stops said...

Oh boy, those are some awesome projects! This has got to be my favorite winter fabric ever! I'd probably make pj's, a bag, AND a blanket! Though, I love jednoiglec's idea of an advent calendar with the bears! Thanks so much!

Fran said...

Drawstring bags to fill with gifts! Lovely fabric range, can't wait to see it for real.

Patti Shanks said...

I've definitely been patiently waiting for this fabric! Lets see...table runner, gift bags, wall hanging! The list could be endless. Thanks for the chance to win some of this wonderful fabroc.

Angela said...

obviously don't enter me in the contest Laurie, but I just wanted to thank you again for the opportunity to work with these fabrics. I've loved every minute! I was just doing some more hand quilting on that swoon baby quilt this week!

Lisa Marie said...

I would like to make pillow cases to give to my young nieces and nephews to use for the holiday season. The fabrics are adorable, thanks for the chance to win!

Katie said...

I really like the gree/red combo pack. I think it'd be perfect for making a fun and cute Christmas table topper or table runner. Thanks!

Marta said...

The more appropriate question would be what *won't* I be making with Brr! :)

Kelsey said...

Definitely a Christmas quilt! My 21 month old adores quilts - probably one for him!

Anne D said...

I love the triangle quilt and the stitchery.
As it is hot here for Christmas, I like to make wall quilts and table runners.

Megan Wenger said...

i'd make a quilt for a friend's baby due at the end of november.

Livy said...

I love this line, I would certainly make a quilt for my son, adding some kona cottons and I would like to try to do a drawstring bag.
Thanks.

Hannah said...

I'm having a baby boy in November, and I think those adorable red and aqua polar bears would be perfect for a quilt to keep him warm all winter. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Kara-Kara Pumpkineater said...

Oh, I am so excited about Christmas fabric!!! With this, I think I'd make a tree skirt. :) meandelna@gmail.com

Kimberly said...

I was thinking making pj for my four boys and pillowcases for the twins....but I swathe Christmas stocking that is a great idea. Love this line and thanks for the giveaway!

starfishalley said...

Oh, I would love to make the triangle quilt and so many other things.. placemats, pillows and more

Kelli said...

Christmas pj pants for my two boys and possibly an entry table runner!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Christmas stockings or pillowcases would be awesome!

Nadine said...

I would make advent calendars. I make them every year and this gorgeous fabri cline wouold be perfect. Some stockings maybe and a lovely quilt for myself.
nadinesaupe@googlemail.com

Katie B. said...

I'd love to make a Christmas quilt for my niece!

Stash Avalanche said...

Ooh! The snow flakey prints will become trouser turnups for me and my little boy, the stripe and polar beary ones perhaps a little quilt or little boy trousers, and the flowery one would be trim on a blouse for me and the yoke of a Charlie Tunic for said small boy.
Thanks for the giveaway!

stashavalanche [at] gmail [dot] com

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Looks like Christmas stockings to me.

Suburban Stitcher said...

I'd make some little drawstring totes to use for giving gifts in this year.

Lori said...

I would love to make some Christmas pot holders and hand towels!

Kay said...

I see a christmas table runner, placemats and coasters, little dresden pincushions, a hexagon quilt. I see so many things in this line that it will be hard to decide what to make. The red and aqua series is amazing. Thank you for a great giveaway.
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

Kathryn said...

I'd like to make some Christmas PJs.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My granddaughter will become a big sister in October and I would love to make both her and her baby brother a pair of new pajamas!

Allegory said...

I want a quilt. Or a tree skirt. Or honestly maybe both. I've been waiting for this line for so very long it seems!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I would make a tree skirt and table runners....this fabric is so sweet. Thank you for this chance.

DianeY said...

The jammies are so cute! I think that's what I'd make along with pillowcases

Kim said...

I would add a few solids in and make a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win :)

Christie said...

I'd make pajamas. The polar bears are adorable!

Erica said...

I would love to make a Christmas quilt for my parent's as a gift this year. They love to decorate for the holidays and this would be so perfect in their house.

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

Oh wow - what wouldn't I like to make with these fabrics!? I think I'd fussy cut for a yummy Kindle cover for my Nana and then make a delicious table runner for my kitchen which would jazz it up nicely (it's white with black so these colors would POP in there!!). Then I'd add the rest in a converging corners lap quilt as I LOVE those quilts!!! Fingers crossed!!!

Cille said...

I'm notoriously bad at decorating for Christmas but I think a large Brr quilt would change that conception totally around :)

Phyllis said...

I'd make a table runner and gift bags.

EJ said...

I'm having my 3rd baby (due a few days after Christmas) and I think a baby quilt with this fabric would be perfect!

And I would probably copy and make some of those drawstring gift bags too. :)

stephydinger at yahoo dot com

Linda said...

HELLO! If I win I'm starting some gift placemats for Christmas with these yummy fabrics!

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

B Greene said...

I just love this fabric line!! I think those polar bears are definitely up to something! I think I would make a lap quilt to use all winter!

Unknown said...

What a way to cool down, channeling Brr on this hot day.
I am thinking some pjs for the grandkids and some matching doll clothes. Maybe something for the door.

Sonia B said...

So, so fun. I'm trying to make a Christmas quilt for each of the beds in my home. These would be perfect. Thanks for the chance!

Sarah Pings said...

I can't tell you how much I've been waiting for this line ... I wish I'd bought up everything from your etsy!!

I'd make a lap quilt. I'm not a very Christmassy person but this line makes me want to make seasonal stuff ...EEEK! Yay!

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AlyceB said...

I just love this line because of my sister. Her favorite animal has always been polar bears and literally yesterday she finally got to see them in real life at Seaworld, Australia. I'm already going be buying yardage of Winter Dots in Ice for the backing of a very important quilt I'm making for her, but how awesome would a FQ o it all be?! Thanks so much for this line! She doesn't know about it but I'm sure she would thank you too :)

Terry Truesdale said...

I think this would be some nice fabric to use for a quilt. I need to make one or two to donate to my churches craft bazar and another to our local cancer charity!!!! Free fabric helps me donate more!!!!

Barbara Konkle said...

Probably a quilt and little toddler pj bottoms for my son who would love to match his blanket!

Mary said...

These are adorable. I would have to make a Christmas stocking for my granddog Fletch the choco lab - my grandchildren wonder why I forgot Fletch when I made their stockings. And then I would make Christmas jammies for my grandbabies. The photo of the jammies is too stinkin' cute.

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Katie said...

Love this line! Plans for Brrr! include quilts for two adorable nieces, who are currently in South Africa. I have to remind them about cold weather and snow!

Kristy said...

It's so beautiful!

We need new stockings this year and the ones photographed are just beautiful, so I think that's what I would make too!

Thanks for the chance! :)

Pat said...

I loved this fabric the very first time I saw it and have been waiting (as patiently as I could!) for its appearance. I plan on making a tree skirt for me and stockings for my 2 grandchildren!

Ginette said...

I am so excited about this fabric! I would definitely make something for the teachers, as Christmas gifts. I think I would make some throw pillows or pillowcases for my daughters too. Thanks for the opportunity!!

Marci said...

I have loved this fabric since I saw your first sneak peek.. I would make a quilt and maybe some stockings love the aqua and red color way!

Peggy E. said...

Those samples are just mouthwatering! Can't wait until its at my quilt shop!

kathy said...

I love, love,LOVE the polar bears going into space! My daughter in law collects polar bears and would want a quilt!

blue.crab said...

I'd love to make some new Christmas stockings from the red and green colorway....

Paula said...

I have been waiting and waiting to make two fabulous quilts for my great nieces! Would love to get my BRRRRR fix early!!

Holly said...

I'd love to make a Christmas quilt with your fun polar bears! (although, to be realistic, I'd probably actually just make some adorable reusable gift bags)

supersara20 said...

I'll make some Christmas stockings with it.

Rachelle said...

I think I'd make pillowcases for my boys, I'm sure they'd love them.

Jen B said...

Oooo... I think I'd make fabric gift bags (to be re-used), stockings, and a pillow or two. I think I'm going to need buy some fabric! Lol

cakegirl said...

We have a new baby in the family and I would use Brrr to make a quilt celebrating her first Christmas.

Liz, Quilt Adventurer said...

tree skirt! pyjamas for the granddaughters! napkins, placemats, table runner...and on and on!! beautiful!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

That double wedding ring pillow really caught my eye, would love to make a whole quilt with you lovely fabric.

Leslie said...

Christmas placemats and a Christmas wallhanging.I love these fabrics.

Kaylee said...

I need a quilt to go with my pillow panels I bought!

Jennie P. said...

I think I'd make a wall hanging for my grandmother, or possibly a lap quilt for her. I know she'd love these fabrics! Thanks for the chance.

robin said...

PJ's! Thanks!

Reena said...

so fabulous! I would do something with the triangle shapes- this fabric is GREAT!

Sew Shabby Designs said...

I love the color palate. I would make a table runner. It would match the colors I used to make my tree skirt last year :o)

Beulah said...

I love seasonal quilts, so hands down, I would make a new winter quilt! As hot as this summer is heating up...if this is any indicator for next winter....I will need as many quilts as I can make. :D

sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

Anonymous said...

I don't normally like the modern twist in fabric, but this is cut. I see some Holiday bags for gifts that can be used throughout the season. And, you know there is that lap quilt that only takes 6 fat quarters. *g*

Dee Elkins
deewillow@aol.com

Andrea said...

i would make a pillow! perfect for winter :)

sandyb said...

I have loved this fabric since the first time I saw it. I would probably make Christmas jammies for our grandson or maybe a TV pillow for him.

Thank you for this wonderful chance.

sandyb720 at gmail dot com

megstring said...

This is one of the only Christmasy fabrics I like! It's not too cutesy, too holiday, too busy. I would make a quilt using big pieces of the fabric so I could appreciate the bears and the balance of the other patterns!

MoeWest said...

I want to make a Christmas quilt for each bed in our house. This would make a great one!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Stockings would be great with this fabric, or lovely little gift bags. I don't know what I'd make exactly, but I would definitely use it to make something awesome!

MGM

Wendy D. P. said...

Wow - so much inspiration. I just adore this line (especially those polar bears!!). I would to make a bright, cheery quilt!

Barbara Campbell said...

Would love to make placemats & table runner for holiday dinners.

Ashley said...

I really want to make a christmas/winter wall hanging quilt

AngieSue said...

Oh! I've been waiting for Brrr!. I'm going to make my polar-bear crazy daughter a quilt.

Johanna said...

I'd love to make the Timber Quilt that Ashley made (Film in the Fridge).

Kirsten N said...

I would love to make a tree-skirt for our Christmas tree.

Kelly said...

i'm in serious need of some new christmas kitchen stuff...potholders, dish towels, even placemats for the table. so i think Brr! would be perfect for that!

Hey ... I'm Lindsay ! said...

I would LOVE to make a refreshing, and cooling, quilt like the Timber quilt top by Film in the Fridge ... looks so inviting and so cool, especially compared to his 102 temp I'm having to suffer in! Give me some BRRRRR!!!

thepiececorps said...

First off, <3 <3 <3 the fabrics, 2nd Aqua/Cherry Red is my fav color combination-and 3rd, you did good! I love "54/40 or fight" blox and they(54/40) sound like cold Brr! temps, eh?!? Brrr!

Marcia W. said...

If I win these lovely fabrics, then want to try the Film in the Fridge quilt, or something like a log cabin. What better quilt than a quilt design that celebrates Brrr!!

amy losordo said...

I love these fabrics! I would make everyone in the family Santa Bags for their goodies...inside would be their happy Christmas quilt!

atlosordo@netscape.net

Anya said...

I've seen Converging Corners by Film in the Fridge in person and it is just lovely and so inspiring! I think I'd try to use it as a jumping off point for a quilt. And I definitely need to make some uber-cute pj's for my kids once I get my hands on some yardage!

LeAnne said...

I really need a new tree skirt so that's what I'll be making.

Katie said...

Great time to start on the hand-made christmas gifts. I think the sleepover PJ pants/top are the best. I would have to give those a try.
By the way... the llama fabric is fabulous!

giddy99 said...

I would use it to make new Christmas stockings this year... or maybe a tree skirt?

~Michelle~ said...

My little one is now 10 days old, and I'm thinking her 6 month old self will look über cute in Brrr outfits around the holidays!

Jessica said...

I would love to make a nice big quilt for the family couch, to put out for the winter - and some stockings, too! :) Thanks for the chance - I love this line!

Amorette said...

that rocket ship just steals my heart- i would have to take a stab at that, maybe as a quilt!

Jennyroo said...

I love Brr! I would definitely tackle something I've been wanting to do all year - a new Christmas stocking for each of my 3 little boys! Would use some improv piecing/light quilting and the bright Brr! fabrics.... would be simply perfection, I think!

Keitha from Booilley said...

I LOVE Brr! I would definitely make a quilt (possibly a chevron style) as a Christmas gift. It would be great to have a bit extra left over to make a matching pillowcase as well. I know if I unwrapped a gift like that I would pee my pants!!!!

Tamie said...

I'd love to have a quilt made with Brrr. Thanks for the giveaway.

JaneB said...

Definitely I'd make a quilt. Got to have these lovelies in a form that will require snuggling by the fire in the light of the Christmas Tree!!

ritainalaska said...

my son would go wild over a lap quilt with polar bears on them! i'll put it on my list! sure would like to win the aqua/red bundle! thanx for the opportunity to do so.

Tricia said...

I would like to make a quilt for my boys to snuggle on the couch with this winter.

Deb said...

I would make a snuggly winter quilt

Gillian said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. I would make a warm winter quilt with a fleecy backing.

Anonymous said...

Wow! I definitely would make a Christmas quilt with the aqua/red colorway! ...Ellee soparkaveataoldotcom

Susanne said...

Oh my! All these projects look lovely. I would make a whole set of pillows, table clothes and so on for our living room. So it would look Brrrrilliant in the winter months.
Susanne

Fran said...

I love these fabrics, they're so fun & colorful. All of the projecta featuring Brr! are amazing. I'd love to make a quilt for a friend's little boy who is nearly 3 - he loves bears. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

thorngrove said...

Christmas stockings for my two new nieces firstly - I'm sure they would love them for years and years. The PJs are super cute too.

Julie said...

I would make a Christmas quilt for my great nephew and a table runner. Thanks

Anonymous said...

After seeing all the delicious photos I want to make everything!but since my nursery is pink red aqua and grey I would love to make a quilt and some cot sheets in the red and aqua colors!
Thanks Laurie for the chance!
Rebecca.bird@clear.net.nz

rachandcarl said...

A quilt so I could use it all year round! Those bears would look cute peeking out

Julie said...

I think some winter, not just christmas, pillow cases would be top of my list.

Susie M. said...

I think it would make a lovely tree skirt or table runner & placemats!

susieq_wva@frontier.com

Jennifer Ladd said...

I think a tree skirt would be fun ... I've been meaning to make one for the last few years.

Jennifer
jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

Betty said...

I fell in love with this line when I first saw it and have been SO waiting!!! Want to make my own version of the rocket quilt - maybe the bear will be in a truck. Oh, Oh, pick me!

Laurie said...

I would definitely make a cute quilt.

Sheryl F. said...

I would make some pj's and some stockings. Fan4may at aol dot com

ELNM said...

I think it would make an adorable patchwork Christmas tree skirt. Love the polar bears! Thanks for the chance to win!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

deserae said...

I would love to make some stockings!

SewSuzie said...

Brilliant - love the polar bears. its too nice to cut up - so maybe stretch over some canvases for some Christmas wall art.

Jan said...

I've been waiting for these fabrics. I would make Christmas stockings and possibly a Christmas tree skirt.

Alibé Made said...

I love the blue/red combo, and I'd love to make a quilt with it. Or a Christmas Tree Skirt sounds fun too!
alinissensctc@yahoo.com

Marg M said...

Love to make a quilt its all pretty

Brittany Scott said...

I have been anxiously awaiting the release of this line! So I am super excited that I will FINALLY be able to get my hands on some of those cute little bears! Lets see ... I think I foresee a table runner, possibly a tree skirt, a quilt and possibly a baby quilt too, just have to convince the mom she would rather have polar bears than winnie the poo. Congrats on another great line, I am literally jumping up and down with excitement ... now to go find the scared cat.

Terry@ iluvmybugs said...

I'd make a lap quilt and matching pillows with this adorable fabric. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!!

Allison C said...

I love those box bags and have been meaning to try to make one. I think this fabric is perfect!

Anonymous said...

I would love to make a quilt and some scrappy Christmas stockings. I love this fabric so much!!!

ashleymjones@live.com

Bree said...

Easy.. QUILT. For the 3 year old. I'm a huge christmas/winter fan, and since we dont actually get winter here in FL, I try to make up for it by making us all Christmas/wintery quilts. :)

Cecilia said...

I would make a quilt for my grandchildren to use when they come to visit in the winter. The bears are so cute!

Robin noteverstill said...

Have you seen those projects where you make a covering for a bridge table so little kids can use the space underneath it as a play house? I'd love to do that- these fabrics are wonderfully wintery, and winter is when my kids are in the backyard so much less- I'd love to make a kitchen table clubhouse for them with Brr!

Tanya said...

I haven't decided what to make yet but I have all your fabrics and have been waiting, waiting, waiting for the polar bears in the aqua/red colour way please let me win!
Thanks for the chance.
Tanya

Jeanne said...

I would make a quilt with pillowcases to match. Thanks for the giveaway.

Lucy said...

I LOVE those polar bears! Thanks so much for the giveaway! I'm thinking I'd make either a tree skirt or a triangle quilt with this fabric.

missbossypants said...

Christmas stockings have been on my to-do list for a couple of years. If I won, they'd actually get made! Thanks for the chance to win!
sonya(dot)missbossypants(at)gmail(dot)com

Jennie said...

I'd make a super snuggly quilt for my little nephew for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

Melodee said...

I always have a plethora of Christmas gifts to make each year, this would be fun fabric to crate with. I went to a quilting retreat run by Penny and just missed winning a small bundle that she had as a door prize. Maybe this was meant to be my time to win some.

Jules said...

OMG the fabrics are so gorgeous. I am going to make Xmas PJs for my two little girls - and maybe something for Santa too

Jules said...

sorry my contact details are jules@villagebaby.co.uk

briscoeslochico said...

Wow..... if I were to win, I would make a winter quilt for my son's bedroom. Anything left over would definitely be made into a sham and a polar bear would have to be appliquéd onto his jammie front. Lovingly sighing.

Chrystal said...

I would make a throw size quilt for my couch. It would be such a bright colorful addition to my usual Christmas decor which I think is mostly darker colors, now that I think abou it!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Chrystal
cambroz at yahoo dot com

Jessica said...

I would make a lap size quilt to snuggle under while drinking hot chocolate this December!

Meredith said...

I would make a Christmas quilt! And maybe some pillows too!

Mitzi's Crafty said...

I'm definitely making some Christmas jammie pants for me and my little girl. Maybe even for my fella. The dogs may even have to get included somehow...maybe dog collar covers for Christmas morning. I really love all the fabric you put out. It never fails to make me smile!

Anonymous said...

I would make a tote bag for my ice skates. Thanks and love the fabric. Adella Smith paintquilts@gmail.com

Richard Healey said...

I would love to make a quilt out of brr I have seen so many fantastic things made out of it and would love to put my hand to it.

heartsease54 said...

I have entered every give away for this fabric & still haven't won any :( But here is one more chance to get my hands on some before it hits the stores! I plan on making myself a Christmas lap quilt.

D said...

I would love to make a christmas quilt! Love christmas in July!

Diann said...

I'll make a cozy lap quilt.

Dana said...

I plan to get some for a lap quilt for ME (nobody is getting this one!) and also a bag. Love this fabric!
thanks!

kbzelazny said...

Christmas stockings for sure! Thanks for the chance to win!

Dana said...

I'm so excited that I'll soon see this in stores! On the top of my list of things to make would be a throw or pillow (or both!) by that lovely tree pattern and the grands definitely need polar bear jammy pants!

Desi said...

Wow, thanks for the chance to enter! Since I am new to quilting and those quilts pictured were very inspirational; I would love to make a quilt similar to the one by Blue Elephant stitches; it is so terrific!!
Thanks,
Desi

Liberty said...

If I won, I would make a quilt. I just love the color combos :)

hevemi said...

Hi Laurie. I would certainly make a Xmas table setting and kitchen towels. It will be cold enough here in Finland for polar bears at that time!

terrieannie said...

I'm thinking some pj pants for my great nephews (ages 1, 3, and 5) and also Christmas stockings... for me and my dog! Well, maybe for the kids, too....

Miss Nancy said...

A quilt, several quilts, and several table runners! Something very modern!! Thank you for this great giveaway.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

holly | bijou lovely said...

Such beautiful ways to use Brr! I think I'd make some stockings or a Christmas quilt with them. Or maybe a tree skirt? So many possibilities! Thank you for the giveaway.

leslie said...

I was just searching for when this would be out! i have also been drooling at the quilts i have seen made...so many options to choose from. but definitely a quilt! i am close to finishing pooches and pickups finally for my grandson so why not another laurie project? oh yeah..i am kind of behind on the easter dress with modern whimsy but i can make it by the middle of summer!

Anonymous said...

I will make them into pouch! Gosh that bear is so cute!
andri_chama(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jenny said...

I'd love to try that polar bear spaceship!

JustPam said...

I think I would make a tree skirt. Love the colors.

Carrie P. said...

Now those are some fabulous projects.
I think I might make a table runner! What fun fabric. thanks for a chance.

Jill said...

ooh! bags for gifting Christmas-y goodies!!

Lee said...

I collect anything with polar bears! I adore your new fabric. I will make a quilt for sure! Thanks!

Daniea said...

I have been waiting for this for so long!! I plan to make my 3 year daughter's Christmas outfit with Brr! And a quilt for myself for the deep love of the polar bear.

Andrea said...

Let's see...I'd start with Christmas Pillow Cases...then move to a Table runner...then a couple of doll quilts for my grandgirlies.

Kristen Sanderson said...

I would love to make a quilt with the cute polar bears! ksanderson@hotmail.ca

Cindi said...

I love this fabric...Brr...I'd make a throw for those cold winter nights. Beautiful

Sharon said...

Hi Laurie I am truly amazed with your fabric line...every project that was done with it, in some way shows off this gorgeous fabric. The textures look awesome and make all these projects just bop, congratulations!
sgriff57@comcast.net

Sharon said...

Hi I am sorry I forgot to tell you what I would make with them....I am in the mist of planning my Christmas quilt for my bed and have decided that the green and red colorway would be perfect so that is what I am going to make.....

Jennadesigns said...

If I won, I would make a snugly quilt for my daughter, who is currently requesting a blue and green quilt! These are just too adorable!

liberal sprinkles said...

oh boy the fabric is gorgeous and the projects look great, I especially like the Converging Corners quilt. I'd make a picnic blanket if I won!
Grace

upstateLisa said...

Pajamas for my nephew!

highwaycottage said...

Yay! I'd make a bunch of small projects with some Brr. Some book covers, drawstring bags, baby clothes and then maybe a small quilt for the couch. Thanks for the giveaway.
Highwaycottage@paradise.net.nz

Karen M said...

Brr! I need a quilt to keep me cozy when it is brr outside.

tropicslady said...

Loving the fabric line! I'll make some pj's for my grandkids!

Lorna said...

I don't know what I'd make but I know I would just sit with the fabric and pet it a while. I don't usually wait for fabric line but I loooove this one and have been eagerly awaiting it!!

Jan said...

The aqua colorway will be perfect for my Hannukah tablecloth.

susan said...

Ooooh!!!! I wouyld love to make the Triangles quilt similar to Ble Elephant Stitches made. I really love the pajamas that you made! Thanks for the giveaway!

Stephanie C. said...

I would love to make some stockings!

Sallie said...

I'd make a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Jennie said...

Thanks for showing my tree skirt! :) I would love to win - if I do, I would make a beautiful quilt for my boys to snuggle up with this winter - to match our tree skirt and stockings! :)
jenethanick@gmail.com

charlotte said...

I love those jammies so much, I think I might have to make some of those. I know three little boys who'd love them!

Gloria said...

I'll do Christmas gift bags for the kids for the BRR fabrics. Love the colors!

ThirdMargaret said...

A quilt in Brr! is a must-do! However, the pajamas are so very cute! Even my teenagers would enjoy a pair for Christmas morning!

The New Mrs. said...

My hubby is so anti-Christmas that I would have to make very traditional Christmas things (I'm thinking stockings) from the untraditional blue and red bear fabric. :)

Mims said...

i am so in love with the converging corners quilt, but i think i'd make some really great zippered bags to use as holiday wrappings.

memmens said...

What a superb giveaway, I would plan to get organised and make some treats for my 3 children ready for Christmas, maybe it would be a quilt for us to snuggle under on the sofa while watching festive movies - thanks for the chance to win

José said...

Thank you for another give away, again, great fabric! I would make a backpack/bag for my son to put his toys in.

Margaret said...

These projects are all so georgous. I think I plan to make new tote bags for all of my family and maybe a couple of wall hangings.

Quiltingranny said...

Each year since my grand daughters birth I have made her a Christmas dress, I would definitely make her a new dress for Christmas!

Libby said...

I would make pjs or some Christmas toys for my boys.

OhioLori said...

Absolutely would love to make into a Quilt! IS a hard decision tho....see several Christmas surprises in those fabrics...for the Grandgirlie's too! LOL

Thanks for chance to win! :)

Carla G said...

I would make some pillowcases & a quilt to cuddle under during the cold winter! Thanks for a chance to win this cute fabric! :)

Beth said...

I'd make Christmas stockings. Can you imagine the cuteness?

Thanks for the generous giveaway.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

nsw_penguin said...

I have been anxiously waiting for this fabric!! I think it is the CUTEST fabric I have ever seen!! I would make a Polar Bear Christmas quilt, Christmas Tree skirt, scarf, purse to match, pillowcases, Christmas bags, wine bottle bags, etc. I would also use it to make my Polar and Penguin quilt! I would use every bit of it -- I would NOT leave any scraps unturned!! I have never won anything, and winning this would more than make up for it!

Beth-Sugarsmacks Boutique said...

I LOVE this fabric for Christmas. The color combo of red and turquoise is just my favorite. I would love to make the wall hanging by lil miss shabby! It is a perfect project. I love embroidery and quiliting! Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Oh, this fabric is adorable! I'd love to make some holiday quilted items with this.

Tammi
Songsiren1@yahoo.com

Marla Nelson said...

Love the material. So much to make. What shall it be.