Urbanicity panel by Michele d’Amore our April 12 giveaway – WINNER announced

It’s Friday – and time for our #FlareFabricsTGIF giveaway.

This week we’ve got a wonderful cheater panel from the Urbanicity Line by Michele d’Amore for Benartex. For a chance to win, just leave us a comment below on what sewing projects you’ve got on the go this weekend. For me – I’m desperately trying to finish a sample quilt using Denyse Schmidt’s Chicopee line – madly getting ready for the first quilt show of the season at the end of April.

Sorry for the quality of the photos on this one – you can see better pictures on the website.  

If you’re on other social media platforms, head on over to our Facebook or Pinterest page for more chances to win.

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


Judy Stolz is the winner of this week’s #FlareFabricsTGIF giveaway. Congratulations Judy. Please email us with your address so we can send you the fabric. Thanks everyone for participating with us and have a great week.

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7 Responses to Urbanicity panel by Michele d’Amore our April 12 giveaway – WINNER announced

  1. Kate says:

    I was actually doing my income tax. No sewing this weekend. 🙁

  2. Jeneta says:

    I’m making scrap vomit blocks!

  3. barbara woods says:

    I am making pillows this weekend

  4. Shawn says:

    I am working on quilting a quilt for my neice’s wedding. The cheater quilt would be perfect for me to practice my quilting on.

  5. Janice says:

    I am getting together with my sisters to work on my nieces 21st birthday present. A stars quilt, we have been working on it for the last three weeks.

  6. I am hoping to make a few mug rugs this weekend. And I have a hexi quilt I will work on during the ball games. Let’s go Blue Jays!

  7. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I try to make a 16″ string block every weekend (so I’ll do one of those), and then working on hexies by hand (taking it easy after dental surgery yesterday). I’d love either book, really – they’re both lovely. 🙂

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