Fabric Giveaway

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.  Thanks to all who entered.
In honor of Celebrate the Boy Month being hosted by Dana and Rae, I’m giving away (from my personal stash) 1 yard of this cute Curious George Fabric.  The blue squares measure roughly 1.5″ square.  This fabric is quilters weight cotton and has been stored in a smoke-free, pet-free home.  Giveaway open to anyone! (US and International)

There are two ways to enter.  Leave a comment for each entry.  Please make sure to leave an email address if yours isn’t linked to your account.

Entry #1:  Leave a comment telling me what you’d use this fabric for.
Entry #2:  Become a follower of Punkin Patterns and leave a comment.  Already a follower, leave a comment.

Giveaway will end March 15th.  Good luck to everyone!


155 Comments on Fabric Giveaway – Now CLOSED

  1. Both my kids love Curious George and I think I would use it to make a library bag for them!
    jessmusumarra(at)hotmail(dot) com

  2. I am always trying to find fun things to make for my son (making things for my daughter is easy!) I just finished my first vest and bow tie combo, and I think this would make a cute vest! Although, I could see a small blanket, or soft blocks with this too. What a perfect print for a boy!!!

  3. I’m not sure what it would become, perhaps a new pillow for my little boy’s bed or, the center for a quilt. All I know, is that as we were looking at this post, he gasped and said “George!”… he’s pretty easy to please!

  4. The fabric is so cute! I can think of so many things to make with it for my little guy! I’d probably make a storage bin for him or a new backpack! His is all torn up!

  5. Such a cute print! I’d use it to make a fun backpack for my little guy to use when he starts school this fall. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  6. Could this be any cuter???!?? how have I missed it? I would use it for a baby quilt (backing?) for a dear friend. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net


  7. Pretty pretty fabric! My 5yo nephew has a jungle themed room and his best friend is his stuffed animal called Meneer Aap (Mr. Ape in Dutch). I would make a pillow and/or a PJ for Meneer Aap.

  8. I was thinking backpack, but I just Kimminita’s post and pjs for my son’s monkey “Ooo-Eee” sounds perfect! Maybe just pants so he and Ooo-Eee can match. 🙂

  9. I love the fabric! I think I would make some newborn pants for my sister who is due in a few more months. She has a girl, and lots of girl clothes.

  10. A whole yard?! So generous of you. I would absolutely be making a little kid pillow along with a matching quilt (one side would be minky!) for my best friend’s brand new baby – they waited to find out and it was a Boy!

  11. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOo…ok, I like the first commenter’s idea to make a library bag.

    My first thought is to make cool pillow cases for my 1year old. We use simple (aka boring) sheets, and make our pillowcases fun and colorful. He’d love having George in his bed!

  12. I’m planning on making my son a bean bag chair for his 2nd birthday, so I would use the fabric for part of that. he is a BIG george fan, so he would LOVE this!

    caitlindye (at) yahoo (dot) com

  13. I am not sure what I would use it for. Possibly clothes for a stuffed animal, a sack to carry things around in, or a cute baby ball. There are so many choices.

  14. I have two young boys, and I think that the fabric would make a great messenger bag or two (I’m thinking of a cross between yours and Steffanie’s scavenger bag) – just the thing for those curious boys of mine who like to collect / take along all manner of stuff!

  15. My boys love curious George! What cute fabric! What to make…? I’ll have to think on that one! Something for them all to share… Cute blog BTW!

  16. Oh!!! My little Bro will LOVE this!!! He loves curious George!!! 🙂
    I’m thinking either PJ’s [borring, I know] or maybe a treasure sack with a draw string!!! Oh, the possibilities are endles!!! 😉

  17. My little man would love this fabric with all those animals. 🙂 He love’s monkeys as well, so it will be perfect to make as his little pillow.

    Adin B

  18. Oh, it’s so cute! I love to make drawstring bags for the boys’ toys, so that’s what I would use it for. It would coordinate well with the sky blue walls in the play room! Thanks for the chance!

  19. Whatever I made with it, I’d have to make two, one item for each laddie. Maybe a new bed pillow (as the other ones are wearing out), a grain bag to keep them warm and I’d try to eek out a pair of jammie pants – could I do all of that with one yard?

  20. I love this material and I would like to make a messenger bag for my nephew, who’s name is also Connor. He has a new baby brother and could help Mom carry his things when they go out!! Thank you for the great ideas!!

  21. Like most kids, my older son loves Curious George. Being two, I think he’s ready for a wallet and I’d love to make one. With the left over fabric, we’d line a courier bag for him to take to the library.

  22. Hi there! So excited to see the messenger bags. Just this week I thought about making messenger bags for my little nephews. Now the CG fabric…I have been reading CG to my oldest nephew since he was a baby. Would love this fabric to make a project with him and get him into sewing. I’m thinking journal cover and pencil case.
    Thanks again

  23. I would make our sweet little grandson a cute pillowcase from it, and give him a Curious George book to go with it for bedtime story time! He already has the wonderful Curious George/Jack Johnson soundtrack from the movie! This would be the perfect addition!
    Suzanne tobyspack@comcast.net

  24. My son is 3. We are planning on buying him a twin size bed very soon. No more toddler bed 🙂 I am planning making a quilt for his new bed. This fabric would look adorable in a quilt!

  25. I’m now a follower of your blog… LOVE the messenger bag pattern. It will be a fun project to add to my long list. 🙂

    I’m expecting my first baby in June– a little boy, and I’m just gushing over everything I see that would be cute for him. this Curious George fabric would be the cutest little quilt for his crib!

  26. I’m a follower! I love your tutorials and recipes (though I think I already have the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe ever myself! I smell a cook-off coming on around here…)

  27. I have a grandson who loves Curious George and I would make him a special pillowcase to use when he came to visit at Nana’s for the night!

  28. I’ve got the panel of fabric that was put out awhile back to make a fabric Curious George book. My sil loves and collects Curious George stuff so I’m going to make a quilt out of the panel, and your blue block fabric would make a great pillowcase to go with it!

  29. Oooo this fabric is so cute!!
    I would make my very first project ever… not sure what though, I’ll have to keep reading this blog LOL
    I’m a new follower too keisharooATgmailDOTcom

  30. Hi !
    Je te suis ! J’aime beaucoup ton blog !
    J’aimerais beaucoup gagner ce tissu pour faire une salopette à ma fille !!!
    Belle journée !

  31. I love this fabric!! I have two HUGE Curious George fanatics in this house… I think it would perfect to make a library book tote for the little guys!!

  32. OOhh very cute fabric – I could use it for so many things – quilt for my new nephew due in a couple of weeks or a book bag for my boys for library books or really cute pockets on some boys pants.

  33. I would use it to make my soon to be here baby a paci. holder babywhips case, and burpcloth set. and if able to squeeze another out a second paci. holder for my nephew. I just found your page and am enjoying it saved under my favorites. TFS, Ivonne (Ivyjacome@yahoo.com)

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