Enter to win 1 metre Princess Mirah Batik – TGIF giveaway

UPDATE: Monday, Nov 6 – and the winner is Pam Bricher. Please get in touch at info[at]flarefabrics.ca with your address so we can send you your prize.

It’s a dreary day here in Toronto – so this week’s #FlareFabrics TGIF giveaway is one metre of this  bright and lively batik by Princess Mirah. Post a comment below and tell us if you’ve got a winter holiday planned yet.

I’m hoping for a few days of family time in a snowy setting at our small cabin!

And if you want more chances to win, head on over to our Facebook page and post a comment, retweet or repin!

We’ll announce the winner Monday. Have a great weekend.

 

 

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5 Responses to Enter to win 1 metre Princess Mirah Batik – TGIF giveaway

  1. Vanessa G P says:

    My mother-in-law, sister-in-law and her new baby boy will be visiting for the Christmas holiday. My daughter’s birthday is on Christmas day, so for her 2nd birthday we’ll be having a sledding party on our massive hill! Other than that, hopefully this season will be mellowand full of sewing and cross-country skiing on our lake (once it freezes of course)!

  2. Melissa says:

    We are hoping to take a holiday to visit our family back East. We currently live in BC and we are missing the snow. Hopefully we can plan for a week with the grandparents in Port Hope. I know our four year old would love to jump in the snow for a winter break, actually I think all three of us would like to frolick in the snow! Grandma and I would put the fabric to good use sewing and quilting inside while warming up from the cold.

  3. Christine says:

    As I work from home,I often need a break from my house. So my husband and I pack up the kids after Christmas and spend a week in ski country. Skiing by day and hand sewing by night, in front of the fire!

  4. Betty says:

    I haven’t planned an extended holiday yet although I am going to go my first quilting weekend. Come to think of it what better holiday could a quilter have, no responsibilities for a whole weekend other than sew, sew, sew, eat. Can’t wait! Would be nice to take along that fabric, hint, hint.

  5. Karen Pryce says:

    I usually take 2 weeks off work in March to help with calving time for our cow herd. It involves plenty of fresh air, time with my husband, night life checking cows and good food. An unusual holiday, but it works well for us.

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