WWYM II: Challenge Fabric Giveaway

 

Round II of WWYM (What would YOU make?) has come to an end. We have enjoyed working with these amazing bloggers: Under the Sycamore, Make It and Love It, Joy’s Hope, and Homemade by Jill. The four women behind these blogs are super creative, funny, kind, and inspirational,  We love how they took such different approaches with the same exact fabric. Lets take another look at what they made with the WWYM challenge fabric:

 

 

Lovely fabric coasters from Under the Sycamore.

 


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A super sweet girl’s romper from Make It and Love it.

 

 

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A Travel Art Tray from Joy’s Hope.

 

 

 

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Matching pajama pants for Mommy and Me from Homemade by Jill.

 

 

More WWYM creative challenges to come!

Will you be next?

 

 

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{Giveaway}


THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER IS # 255: CHACOY. EMAIL LISA (AT) LILBLUEBOO  (DOT) COM.

You can win 2 yards of the  WWYM II challenge fabric! All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What would YOU make?

 

::For Extra Entries::
Leave a comment for each one

-Follow Under the Sycamore on facebook
-Follow Make It and Love It on facebook
-Follow Joy’s Hope on facebook
-Follow Homemade by Jill on facebook

 

::Rules::

-International entries are welcome!
-Please provide your email address so that we can contact you if you win. Winner has 48 hours to respond.
-Giveaway ends August 24th, 2011 at midnight PST.
-Winner will be announced on this post on August 25th, 2011.

 


Comments

  1. says

    I would make some hair bows and “princess wands” for my daughter & niece to play with. If there is any left after that I’d make an apron skirt too.

  2. Molly says

    I would make some sort of wedding souvenir for our welcome bags! Or somehow make the fabric into the welcome bags. I love that fabric!

  3. Jenni says

    The fabric is very gentle/girly, so I would make some soft baby shoes with grippy bottoms and a matching military-style hat (it would combine two styles together nicely). I would also make a matching hat for mommy. :)

  4. says

    I love this fabric! I will probably make a Cath Kidston (pattern) bag for my 2 maids of honour out of the fabric… I am getting married soon. Yay :-)

  5. Karrie says

    How sweet is this fabric!!! HHMMMM…My dad is making a cradle for Little Lu’s babydoll for Christmas…this would make the perfect bedding for it! :)

  6. leah nicole says

    I would make a gorgeous backdrop for newborn/toddler sessions. Would be super versatile with some great accessories and props! I LOVE this fabric and these these ladies’ creations. AND I LOVE LBB!

  7. Tleshia Farrar says

    I would make matching aprons for me and my little helper, she loves to be twins these days, and we already love the fabric from her sugar and spice shirt :-)

  8. Deanna says

    I would use the fabric to make a dreamy little dress for my girlie. Or maybe matching nighties for my nieces. Maybe matching nighties for all the girlies!

  9. says

    I would make a dress or romper for my baby girl. It’s gorgeous and I loved all the projects created with it! Thanks for the chance to win this!

  10. says

    the fabric is so pretty! I think I’d make something for my daughters room (pajama eating pillow) since these are the colors i have in her space.

  11. Jenn says

    I would totally make a floral skirt with that fabric! I am majorly on a floral skirt kick lately! Maybe a matching one for my daughter as well!

  12. Kati Casey says

    I think this fabric would make a mean quilted kids’ tent (like the one you made earlier this summer). I would also make a throw quilt that had this fabric inside it and maybe some quilted throw pillows for inside the tent. That’d be a fund project! :)

    Thanks for sharing these bits of inspiration this week! :)

  13. Alison says

    I would make a skirt or dress for my daughter. Fun to see what others came up with.
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

  14. Indy says

    Hi :)

    Id make a liner for two bags that I knit! I have to get fabric liners in – and this would be perfect!

    I dont sew – yet , but need to learn to do these inserts :)

    what a great opportunity!

  15. Teresa says

    Since I just found out that I am going to be a grandma, i would make something for the baby.

  16. Meagan cook says

    I would make a cute, light dress with a braided collar for my 18 month old daughter. And if there was enough fabric left over I would make a matching skirt for me.

  17. Sarah says

    I would make a bubble skirt for my niece!

    I am also following all 4 ladies on FB!

    Thanks for the giveaway 😉

  18. Amy H says

    I’d either make a little girls dress, or a bag with that lovely fabric! Thanks for the giveaway.

  19. says

    Such Pretty fabric – I would make matching skirts for my daughter and her doll, and maybe a bike basket to carry the doll in. So fun!
    millkara (at) gmail.com

  20. Joy says

    Oooohh… I think I would try the Square Top, some shorts and maybe even those soft PJ’s for baby on the way…. then I would have fun dying some strips for accent bias trim on all of the above… maybe substitute a peasant top if the square top pattern doesn’t hang well with the fabric?

  21. says

    I would update and recover an old fabric canvas to create a new inspirational/organization board for my photography business. 2 yards of fabric would be the perfect amount and then I would add cute vintage ribbon and use twine and clothespins to display and hang my random ideas and thoughts.

  22. says

    I should definitely win this give-away – August 24th is my birthday. I can’t tell you enough how much I love this fabric. I would make some of my embroidery hoop baskets – then the fabric would be admired by everyone. Tone at blessbytone(at)gmail.com

  23. TRish G says

    Those pajamas by homemade by jill looked comfy & cute & I could really use some new pajamas! Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. Ashley L says

    I would make a vintage style sun romper for my little girl and a skirt for her and her baby doll. Beautiful fabric.

  25. Amber McGinnis says

    I would use it for a quilt for my little Lola’s room! Or a bunting. Or matching dresses for my girls to wear to a birthday party next month!

  26. Sarah says

    I would use the fabric to make some adorable pillows for my couch. My current ones need a makeover.

  27. says

    Love this fabric! It reminds me of a calming spa, so I’m thinking something for the bathroom, maybe a robe and some wall art above the tub?

  28. Amber says

    I have always loved this fbric ever since I shaw the sugar & spice shirt. Wish the budget would have let me buy it. Anyway, I would LOVE to have it to make something for my daughter out of it.

  29. Amy says

    This fabric is so pretty and feminie. I would make either matching skirts for my daughter and I or matching aprons.

  30. Ramona Robuck says

    Love this fabric, it reminds me of my Grandmother’s linen closet/storage room. I’d love to make an old-fashioned bonnet that can convert to a large tote bag. I’d make one for each of my four daughters.

  31. says

    I loved this challenge … it was so fun seeing what they came up with. That fabric is so feminine and pretty. I think I’d use it to make a dress for my little one.

  32. D Ward says

    That fabric says tiny nightgown or sweet little dress for my girlie girl.
    themrsward at yahoo dot com

  33. says

    I love all of the creations made with the fabric. I so love the fabric too. I actually already made something with this fabric (along with some other fabrics). I made a quilt (my first and pretty much only completed one at this point) for a dear friend’s wedding gift. It was beautiful, if I do say so myself!

  34. says

    i would make a pretty little top for my daughter! thank you so much for a chance to win, that fabric is beautiful! it was fun to see what each person came up with!

  35. juliana says

    i’m thinking pretty throw pillows, or I have a vanity chair with a cushion i need to redo!

  36. Emilie says

    This is the perfect fabric to complement a quilt I am working on. and working on. and working on. My first quilt. How fun to win fabric for it!

  37. Shayna Shipley says

    I would make either a quilt, or a triangle banner :) I haven’t made one of those yet. :)

  38. Tanea says

    I love this fabric. It is beautiful! I would make my two girls little dresses and baby booties with it (using the Make It and Love It Abigail Baby bootie pattern).
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  39. raquel says

    the fabric is so pretty! I think I’d make something for my room, the colours are perfect!!!! O a fabolous bag!!! I’m not sure!!!!! ;P

  40. Mandy Jones says

    I have been itching to make some cool wall art out of fabric to spruce up my living room. I also have a desk that I am giving a make-over and I want to use fabric to give it a little flair.

  41. Mandy Jones says

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Under the Sycamore and have been following it on Facebook since she first started the page. Ashley is a huge inspiration to me.

  42. Mandy Jones says

    I am now following Make it and Love it on Facebook. Looking forward to getting to know a new blogger through her words and work.

  43. Lisa says

    I would make a dress for my daughter and a matching skirt for myself.

    llynnwalker1980AT hotmail DOT com

  44. Subha says

    I would make My very first quilt for my little one! Or I would make the romper by make it and love it which I really do love!

  45. Subha says

    Iam following under the sycamore!

    (just realized my previous 3 entries had the wrong email address. Is one is correct!)

  46. Ursula says

    All the participants made amazing things and this fabric is just beautiful! My first thought is always a quilt, but Jill’s pajama pants are the prettiest I have ever seen and Ashley’s romper is amazing!!! I think I would make one of those two, but it would be a hard decision to make. :)

    I love these WWYM challenges, by the way, it is so fun to think about what could be made and then I’m always blown away by these creative women! Can’t wait for the next one. <3

  47. Linda Lincks says

    Such pretty fabric! I have loved seeing what the challenge participants came up with. I would make matching dresses for my grandaughter and her little cousin.

  48. says

    I would make some pillows for my grandma, she loves this kind of fabric and he living room is looking very sad right now because she can’t afford to update it. The fabric would look perfect against her sofa!

  49. Patsy says

    I live that romper!! I would make a sweet sundered for my toddler. She can never have too many dresses :).

  50. says

    I would make a pair of pillowcases and use the scraps to make some sort of wall hanging…or headbands…or just about anything. I might even mount it on a frame and turn it into a ribbon memo board–then I could always see the entire pattern. I’m kind of in love with the color!

  51. says

    Love the fabric choice and all the things the girls made. Really fun theme week!

    I think I’d want to make a pinafore for my little girl and matching ruffle bloomers.

  52. Tatjana says

    The fabric is sooooo cute! I’d make a fall dress for my girl out of this lovely summery print so we could hold on to summer as long as possible!

  53. Jennie says

    That fabric is so beautiful! I am making a beachy themed room for my 2 oldest daughters and would love to incorporate this fabric in their room!

  54. Julia Carter says

    I would make a pillow for my bed and some fabric wrapped headbands or a rosette hair pretty, or maybe am apron or skirt. oh and a fabric wrap necklace. Maybe a journal covered in it… it is so pretty I am inspired by it!

    Julia

  55. emily says

    I would make some chic little purses for my 5 year old daughter & all of her friends. The fabric is simply adorable & precious! I’ve been a follower of Makeit-Loveit for a while now & her tutorials are superb. Glad her link brought me your way! Thanks so much!

  56. Chacoy says

    I would make some cute mary jane slippers for my neice, sister, mom and myself:)
    All of the projects are great and I am so glad that we were able to follow along!
    Thank you for the opportunity;)

  57. Ali says

    Lovely fabric! I think that I would make some matching skirts or dresses for my two girls! Thanks for the inspiration!

  58. Beth says

    I would make myself a cute rice neck pillow with the fabric. I just found out I have mono, and my neck is super sore, so I’ve been wanting to make one. The fabric would make it cute and it would feel really good for my neck!

  59. Martha says

    I would so make a new car seat cover for my new baby I am having!! it is super pretty!! Also I am following them all on facebook!

  60. Priscilla Bockelman says

    I can’t sew a stitch, but I’d give it as a suprise to one of my best friends, Breyanne, who sews things for her daughter Cambelle! I’d pass the <3 along!! :)

  61. Barbara says

    I would make a dress for my sweet little angel grand daughter Charlotte who will be starting pre-k next week….and maybe a little something for her baby doll Gloria!

  62. Maya Harris says

    Beautiful fabric i would love to make my two girls some spring dresses and matching headbands xx

  63. Mary Storms says

    I would make a twirly skirt for my three year old granddaughter. She loves twirly skirts!

  64. dianne mclean says

    I would make a little girl’s dress for my granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway.

  65. jacqueline says

    I LOVE this fabric i would want to make the mommy me (and baby to) matching pjs or the romper or dresses for my girls i just love it!

  66. Heidi says

    I think I would make a diaper clutch w/ matching changing pad & probably a few shopping totes. And maybe some really cute pillow cases!

  67. says

    My sister is having her first baby and if its a girl I would make ruffled bloomers and a matching sundress and sun hat. Its beautiful fabric—–I LOVE the matching pjs!

  68. Jessica Hulon says

    Love your blog! Great inspiration!! I would probably make something for one of my kids from one of the many designs floating around in my head :-) thanks for the chance to win!

  69. Jennifer says

    LOVE this fabric. I would have to make some sweet pillowcases for my little girl. It just looks so soft and chic for her room.

  70. Mirinda says

    I’ve been wanting to make one of those nursing covers (like udder covers) and this material is perfect! I also probably wouldn’t be able to resist making either a dress or romper for my 4 month old daughter, Lily!

  71. Dione M says

    I would LOVE to win this gorgeous fabric I think I would make a twirly skirt or possibly some comfy pj’s like jill made … :) I follow all of them :)

  72. Kristina Gardner says

    Ever since I saw this fabric, I’ve had the urge to make matching vintage-inspired (and super girly) mother/daughter aprons complete with lace trim & pockets for crayons & art supplies or even cleaning supplies for me. That fabric is just beautiful!

  73. Jamie says

    I would make two cute sundresses for my daughters to wear…and of course some flowers for their hair!

  74. Debbie says

    I love the fabric and enjoyed watching the challenge. I’d make clothing for myself and daughter. It’s timeless and beautiful.

  75. Bea says

    I think I would make an apron. Ive been wanting too for a while and I love this fabric! Either that or I would make the travel art tray… what an awesome idea!