Lecien, Style Mod dots Nov 8 Flare Fabrics giveaway – WINNER ANNOUNCED

It’s Friday, and our Nov 8#FlareFabricsTGIF giveaway is two half metres of bold, bright, dots black, white and red dots from Lecien and Style Mod.

fabric giveaway

For a chance to win, post a comment below and tell us what’s the dominant colour in the current project you’re working on? Red, black, blue, orange?  

Head over to our Facebook page, Pinterest or Twitter for even more chances to win.

Have a great weekend and we’ll announce the winner Monday.

**********WINNER ANNOUNCED********

Linda Taylor is our winner of the Nov 8 #FlareFabricsTGIF giveaway. Congratulations Linda. Please contact us so we can send you your fabric.


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9 Responses to Lecien, Style Mod dots Nov 8 Flare Fabrics giveaway – WINNER ANNOUNCED

  1. This website is pretty nice. I wanna thank you for it. I’ll follow this website also.

  2. lori says:

    I am making an old fashioned green John Deere quilt for a neighbor’s new baby. I would like to use black in a purple quilt for my daughter next. After that I hope to use red, white, and aqua for a fresh quilt.

  3. Stephanie J says:

    I love having blacks because they work as a great contrast in any quilt project….well almost any.

  4. Betty says:

    Since I’m working on Christmas projects red is the dominant colour.

  5. Janet says:

    My current quilt project is mainly blue, but I’m already thinking about the next one – a quilt for my middle daughter who would like lots of red in her quilt.

  6. Doreen says:

    The dominant colour in the floral I am using is black.

  7. Patchmaker says:

    Black! Gotta have the black!

  8. Kathy says:

    The project I’m working on now, has lots of black, red and white in it. It’s a stack and whack so the blocks really change colours based on where they were cut out of the fabric.

  9. Quilting Tangent says:


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