Monday, 17 March 2014

a little Amitie giveaway!

So you all know I'm a huge fan of bright, eclectic fabrics right? You also realise I'm not afraid of colour or pattern clashes and that I love love love unusual fabrics? Good!

Well here's one way that I indulge my fabric obsession and it helps me tick all the above boxes - woop!

It's the Amitie Textiles bi-monthly stash club! You receive 16 fabrics plus directions on how to make a different quilt block every time! The fabrics are all Fat 16th cuts and fill me with joy, Every. Single. Time.



Amitie are a super awesome fabric shop from Australia (don't worry they ship worldwide) who have the most amazing collection of fabric and patterns. I'm sure you will have seen around the interweb quilts like these:

Midnight At The Oasis - Jen Kingwell

Steam Punk - Jen Kingwell


I love them all so much don't you?

You can find Amitie on IG & Twitter with the following tag @amitie_textiles and I really urge you to go and follow them as they post the most brilliant pictures of fabric and quilts.

The lovely ladies over at Amitie have given me a stash club bundle to give away to one lucky reader so if you'd like to win the bundle pictured above just leave me a comment telling me what you'd make with it and I'll pick a winner on Friday 21st March. 

{Closing time for giveaway is noon 21.3.14. Winner picked by Random.Org}

34 comments:

  1. This morning I decided I want to learn how to quilt as my brother is getting married and I think it would make a nice wedding present. I just need some fabric and a lot of instructions!!

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  2. Yes these are totally yummy fabrics - so happy and bright!!! I would love to make a mini quilt with needle-turn petals in each square. Fun giveaway Justine :)

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  3. Such pretty fabrics! I would have to use the fabrics to make some pouches for carrying out proejcts in :) Thanks for the giveaway x

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  4. I've been playing around with epp and would a mini quilt or cushion.

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  5. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd love to win some of those and make a picnic quilt. Maybe even with some needle turn appliqué in an Amitie style. Thank you so much for the chance of winning!

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  6. Ohhh gorgeous! I got the green tea and sweet beans pattern for my birthday so it would have to be that!

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  7. I think a Cathedral Windows cushion would be ideal to showcase all the different fabrics.

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  8. Love Amitie's fabrics! I do believe I'd make an economy block quilt using them as the center fabrics. Just the right POP! Thanks for the chance

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  9. Oooo I love Crazy fabric mixes too! I'd make a ra-ra skirt for Felix 'cos she keeps asking me for a skirt that twirls!

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  10. I'm making a sort of scrappy lone star quilt so I'd cut them up for use in that :) Thanks!

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  11. Gorgeous colours!
    I'd love to make a churn dash quilt for my sister!

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  12. Wonderful fabrics! I would make a new baby quilt for my new niece if I won.

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  13. I will make some bright fun pillows!

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  14. I'd use them in my bee blocks so I'd be sending blocks made with unusual fabrics rather than hoping that I hadn't repeated someone else's choices!

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  15. I'd be using them in Midnight at the Oasis - my next Jen Kingwell once Circle Game is finished. Thanks for the chance

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  16. I love these fabrics! I would make a small quilt for my mom. :)
    Liz

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  17. i would make a quilt for someone, thanks

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  18. Fantastic fabrics. Can I just keep them and stroke them for a while? One I'd finished petting them, I think I'd put them in something I could see every day, so maybe a couple of cushion covers.

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  19. beautiful, creative fabrics. A special person needs this

    aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

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  20. I would love this and would use it in an EPP hexagon project!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  21. I love bright colours - this stack would go into my next scrappy quilt of the *many* in my queue!

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  22. I think these fabrics may force me to make a summery bag!

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  23. Pouches, lots of little pouches.

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  24. I'm not really sure what I would make. I would have to meet them first in person to decide.

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  25. Thanks for a great giveaway. I am into making cushions at the moment so I think I would run a couple up with this.

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  26. I suspect I'd add them to the special pile I keep pulling with the idea of doing an eclectic modern/vintage style quilt.

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  27. It would be fun to take an adventure out of my comfort zone and I really do love the splash of colours too! I would probably make a table runner to brighten up my kitchen table!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  28. Oh there's a bag in that fabric. Thanks for the chance

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  29. I'll make mini pouches!:)

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  30. Love this bright fabrics. I'm making a set of spring/summer bags for myself. So, this will go perfectly with my project.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway Justine.

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  31. Mmmmmm there are so many possibilities - I don't know where to start....I need a new handbag. No some zippy pouches. No a new cushion......

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  32. I just love an amitie selection- perfect pops of colour for mixing in with other fabrics- maybe a scrappy cushion?

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  33. I want to make a "spring" quilt.ksmith8@emich.edu

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Well hello and thanks so much for commenting! It's lovely to hear from you, Justine xx