Tuesday, July 12, 2011

700th Post Give Back with Cabbages and Roses


Today we are celebrating 52 Flea's 700th post
 with a special treat for you... my friends!


This is to thank YOU for all your support, your encouragement, your kind comments and friendship!

Cabbages and Roses has asked to be a part of this special occasion
 and has offered to provide the winner of the
 52 Flea 700th Post Give-Back
with ...
just wait and see! :)


Ah... we all love Cabbages and Roses beautiful fabrics...


and lovely accessories and home goods.



You may have heard that Cabbages and Roses has teamed up with MODA and have a new line of quilting fabrics which will become
 available here in the U.S. in September.

Well, guess what?
Cabbages and Roses is offering some of this brand new
 sewing/quilting fabric to the winner of
52 Flea's 700th Post Give Back!

...and that's not all!


The winner of this special give-back will receive a copy of
 Christina Strutt's 

as well as one yard of each of the following beautiful new fabrics
 from their Northcote range!

Bainbridge



Littleton

What would you create with these wonderful fabrics?

To have a chance to win this Give-Back...
just leave a comment on this post
 and tell me what you would use the fabrics for.

To have a second chance to win this Give-Back...
please spread the word via your blog or other social media
 and let me know with a 
second comment that you did so!

To have a third chance to win this Give-Back...
let me know that you follow 52 Flea...
and thank you for following along!

One winner will be picked on Monday, July 18!

To visit Cabbages and Roses website click HERE.
To visit their blog...click HERE.

Thank you again for all the feedback and the fun 
over these last 700 plus posts!
:)


261 comments:

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FredaB said...

I would use these gorgeous fa brics to make pillows for my bedroom. I have just re-decorated and pinky red is the new color I have gone with.

thank you for the chance to win this.

Hugs

FredaB

SooZeQue said...

I'd make a pillow and accessories for my granddaughter little chair I'm currently painting.

Nancy H. said...

Congrats on your 700th post! I cannot wait for the next 700! I think I would make some pillows if I won the fabric, and I hope I win!

Cindy said...

Congratulations on your 700th post - I will be posting my 300th tonight:) If I won I would make pillows and/or curtains for my dining area:) Hope I win - I need to do a revamp!!

Marilyn said...

Congrats on the many, many posts!! Who doesn't just love cabbage roses?? They are as always 2die4 on just about anything!!
Have a wonderful evening!!
Marilyn

Anonymous said...

i'm thinking pillows :)
beth smith
goodvariety@yahoo.com

Laurie said...

As a vintage dealer and avid seamstress I would make pillows or even Christmas stockings with this sweet fabric!

Ruffles and Relics said...

oh how pretty.. i have a chair that's crying out for that cabbage roses fabric.. Thanks for the offering..

Tamra said...

I have a beautiful little cupboard that I would line the back of so that when you open it up you get a nice surprise!

Fantastic givaway, her book looks fabulous!

LindaSonia said...

Congrats on 700 posts and what an awesome giveaway. The fabrics are yummy and would go perfectly in my guest bedroom. I would probably start with pillows and maybe a table runner.

kpaints said...

Congrats on the 700 posts plus! Good job.

Carol said...

What a treasure you have shared with me in your posts. You've taken me to beautiful gardens and wonderful shops. Your charming posts have in invited me along on your flea market Sundays. All from my home here in San Antonio, Texas. When we traveled to Brimfield this last May, we planned on attending the Elephant's Trunk flea market that you've written about. Sadly, the weather didn't cooperate, but there's always next year. I'm so glad that I found your blog, it truly is a delight to visit each day. As for the sweet gift from Cabbages and Roses, I'm certain my husband would love to use these fabrics in his sewing, it
would make such a tender lining for one of his vintage fabric bags. Yes, my husband sews, and wonderfully, I might add.

Smiles,

Carol

Kathy said...

I would love to use these fabrics to accent my vintage guest room that is decorated in roses and vintage fabrics. I could see a new lampshade or a cover for the white desk chair. What a lovely collection and I can't wait to thumb through the wonderful book.

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

Firstly congrats on your 700th post Laura.
I've been waiting for Amazon to fill my order for that book since the beginning of June. How wonderful you are offering it to a lucky winner.
I think we're all winners though every time we visit you and find the beauty you share...
Susan x

WhiteWhispers2u said...

I know I am sooo excited for this new line.I would make some fun beach bags for our new beach cottages~Cheers Kim

Tynk said...

I can't wait for Cabbage and Roses to come to the US! FINALLY!! Congrats on your 700th post! Wow! Each and every one of your posts is so inspiring :)
If I won *crossing fingers and toes* I'd love to create some gorgeous shabby pillows. 2 of them, using all 3 of the coordinating fabrics.
Thanks for the chance!
Sherri

Tynk said...

For a second entry, I've shared your contest on my Facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Ruffles-n-Raspberries
Thanks!
Sherri

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! I have 2 grandbabies that I could use the fabric to make some thing for. Cordelia Renea and Amber Rose. They are very special little girls.

Thank you for the contest....

Anita Prater
aprater03@yahoo.com

The Feathered Nest said...

700 Posts!!!!! Congratulations sweet Laura!!!! And what a beautiful giveaway too! I would love to make some lavender sachets with this gorgeous fabric, and maybe a tiny flea bag to take when antiquing :) I wish you many more posts to come sweet friend, I always love it here!!! hugs and love, Dawn

Deb said...

What a fantastic giveaway. I would use the fabric for a red and white quilt that I'm making. I've slowing been accumulating fabrics and these would be the perfect addition.

Congratulations on 700 Posts! That's such a great accomplishment and I love visiting your blog always!

Renee @ where the grass is greener said...

Congrats! I would use these lovely fabrics to make pillows for my family room.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I would love to win and I would probably use the fabric for new couch pillows!! Congrats on 700 posts,,,,Wow!

Carol

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Dear Laura
Congrats on your 700th post!!! all inspirational and envy producing .. hehe
I love Cabbage & Roses fabrics.. I mean who doesn't? and the Bainbridge is quite lovely... Not quite sure how I'd use it.. perhaps cushion covers.. I say you can never have too many!!! Have a lovely week.. ciao xxx Julie

Anonymous said...

Oh my. Well, I don't sew but that doesn't mean I am not drooling over this fabric. I'd (you'll probably gasp at this one!) cut it in strips and use it for flowers or I would die cut images out of it. And the book - oh, I'd pour over every single photograph and word. Congrats on all these posts ... I think I've read them all! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win this great giveaway!
SuZeQ ~ kosec@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

I'd probably make pillows! Then lounge on them while I read the book. Yum.

sweetiesuzy@aol.com

Custom Comforts said...

I would use the fabric for pillows ~ lots of beautiful pillows. What fun to make pretty things with these fabrics.
Cindy

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

I would use the fabrics for pillows on my new creekside deck.

Vintage Gal said...

What a fabulous giveaway. Well, I can just say that I would make a quilt or pillows out of this beautiful material for my vintage camper
;-)

Vintage Gal said...

Laura ~ just posted about your fabulous celebration ;-)

sunny said...

Congrats on 700 posts! I would think I was in heaven if I had that book. I'd use the fabric to make a whole row of ruffled pillows for my sofa. yummmmyyy.

Suz said...

I would love to make some sachets, like I made for Silver Bella. It was about my speed and I was really happy with them.

These are absolutely wonderful fabrics and that book looks fabulous. What a nice gift, my friend!

Hugs,
Suz

Jamie said...

This is a wonderful giveaway! 700 posts! That's fabulous! I will use this to make a quilt for my sweet pea, who has helped me more than he knows. I have never made a quilt - so this will be something special for him! Jamie V in MT
http://rem-nants.blogspot.com
amzanioli@yahoo.com

karen said...

What dreamy fabric! I would make a bag to carry all my goodies from the farmers market and to tote books and dvd's from the library. Karen from CT

north pal said...

my first thought would be to make some hand towels. love hand towels. or make pillow case for my bed pillow. congrats,laura on your 700th blog. should be more and it will be as your blog is one of the best. Good luck everyone. Bestest,Denise

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful giveaway! I would use the fabric to make my new house a home. Love your blog!
Abbie
openfields.etsy@gmail.com

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

Beautiful! I love their rose fabrics. Congratulations on your 700 posts. I have enjoyed your blog very much. If I were to win the fabric, I would make a ruffled tote with it.

Danielle

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

I follow you.

Danielle

JunqueMagnet said...

Congratulations on your milestone!I'm thinking I might recover some lampshades and gather some up into ruffles for embellishing this and that.Thanks for sharing.

JunqueMagnet said...

I am indeed a follower.

schmorga said...

Congrats on your 700 posts----What a wonderful giveaway to celebrate! The fabric is darling and would add great color to my studio. Can't wait to enjoy the book. Love your blog!
Chris

Jane, Naples, Florida said...

I have been waiting for this fabric for my
Flora Dooras! That is what I would make!
What a wonderful give-away!

Jane
Flora Doora

Susan said...

What a wonderful & generous give-back Laura! Thank you for this opportunity. I have loved all things 'Cabbages & Roses' ever since reading Christina Strutt's book 'Decorating Vintage Living' many years ago.
I would make pillows or tablecloths with the fabrics...so many choices!
Thank you, Susan

Susan said...

I've also been one of your followers for a while. Thank you for all the inspiration!
- Susan

Elyse said...

warmest congrats on your 7ooth post! (gee, i should check what number i am on!) and what a special and beautiful way to celebrate!

if i were the lucky lucky winner, i would choose the bainbridge fabric and use it all around my bedroom to embellish linens ... ruffles on quilts, maybe an ironing board cover, a desk skirt.

thank you and happy blogging!

xo
elyse

Elyse said...

ps

your blog is so pretty
your blog is so nice
i am a follower
please enter me twice

xo
elyse

Gert said...

First congratulations on your 700th post...this is amazing!!! And I love all of your posts..

I would either make some throw pillows for my bedroom or a small quilt for our new great granddaughter!

I will repost this on my blog! Good luck everyone!

Blessings...
xoxo Gert

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Here it is on my blog -
http://cedarhillranch.blogspot.com/2011/07/cabbages-and-roses-giveaway-at-52-flea.html

Patty C. said...

I am a follower &
I'd make Hexagons & pillows with such beautiful fabric !!!

The book looks beautiful !!!

Jann said...

I love your blog, and have been, and am, a happy follower! Thank you for a chance at this wonderful giveaway, and congrats on 700 posts!

Jann said...

It would be fun to make pillows, vintage-inspired aprons, and shabby collages with these wonderful fabrics!

Rachel Noelle said...

Congrats Laura!!!;)
Such a wonderful giveaway! I would love to make a market bag or some pillow slips!! hugs,Rachel

French Farmhouse 425
www.shabbyfrenchforme.blogspot.com

Andy's Attic said...

Laura, congratulations on your 700th. WOW! Since red is my favorite color, I would probably use the fabric for pillows and/or table covers. They look luscious.
Annette

Andy's Attic said...

OOPS...I am also a follower.....Annette

lisaroyhandbags said...

What an incredible milestone! congrats!
I think I would have to make some lovely pillows or maybe even a skirt :)

lisaroyhandbags said...

I'm a follower xo

sweetpea53 said...

I love the fabric! My son is getting married next year and I think I would use the fabric to make sachets to give away at the tea I am planning for his fiance Amanda's bridal shower.

It's me said...

My dear Laura....did you see my post ??...love Ria....xxx...

Jenni said...

Congratulations! If I won this wonderful giveaway, I would use the fabrics to create things for my 11 nieces or 3 great nieces or to prepare for the arrival of 2 new great niece/nephew babies this year. Having no sisters or daughters and a limit to how pinkly I can live my life surrounded by males, I welcome every opportunity to create pinkness and pretty.

Gill said...

I have just bought 'The Gentle Art of Quiltmaking' by Jane Brocket and I'd use the fabric to make my very first quilt.
Congratulations on your 700th post - I've only done 60!

Burlap Luxe said...

Just stopping by to see all that you excite over here. Congrats on 700 and so many more to inspire us with.

Thank you for the giveaway offer and it is all so fabulous, Love the soft pale of the blue and pillows are a given in any cottage home!

have a great week my friend.
xx
Dore

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

I would surely think about making pillows, but I might be even more inspired by the book. Thank you for this chance!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Oh and you bet, I've been a follower for quite a while! Always fun visiting you.

Rosabella said...

herzlichen Glückwunsch ♥

pballard said...

I so enjoy your blog. Thanks for the chance to win. While I collect fabric I dont sew but know a dear friend who does. I would have her make some pillow cases for me. Thanks again Pam

pballard said...

So second chance I just became a follower. Thanks so much. I would mention and add your link to my blog but for some reason I can't copy and paste. Oh how I would love to win...

Anonymous said...

I will love to ask my Mum (she still saw with her Singer Machine!!) a table cloth!!! I'm a man but love to follow your amazing Blog Laura!! Ciao From Italy!! W. the Antiques Lovers

Alaina said...

I would make pillows if I were to win.

cottageprims said...

Beautiful giveaway! I've been a follower and would love a chance to win.I'm thinking lavender sachets and pretty pockets on vintage dresses.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Darla said...

Adorable fabric, I might make a small quilted wall hanging.

Carol R said...

Congratulations on 700 posts! I can think of many things to be made from such wonderful fabrics (with my initials CR!) - pillows, lavender sachets, quilted pouches, even a quilt!

Carol R said...

Almost forgot - I am already a follower!

Phil and Jan Conwell said...

I found out about the giveaway because I've been following a couple of months already. :~) Since I was looking for a topic for today's post on my own blog, I can make a little noise there and tweet on Twitter.

As a doll maker, I'd use the last two fabrics for vintage inspired dresses and the first one for a gorgeous photo backdrop.

Phil and Jan Conwell said...

http://twoconwellsplaying.blogspot.com/2011/07/giveaway.html

The post is complete, with your beautiful photo and links in place. Now, off to twitter. :~)

Here's to 700 more 52 Flea posts!
Jan

Sherry@ Ties2ThePast said...

I'd use the fabric to make cute pillows for the breezeway chairs at my mother's house. They would really perk the place up!
♥'s
Sherry

Sherry@ Ties2ThePast said...

I'm already a loyal follower!
♥'s
Sherry

Chester County Cottage Girl said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I probably would make tablecloths or table runners with the fabric.

Chester County Cottage Girl said...

I am now a follower!

Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

I just love Cabbages and Roses fabrics
and am super excited to hear that Moda is
going to start carrying them!!

xoxo
Lori

Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

I am a long time follower of your blog :)

The Teacher Next Door said...

I follow 52 Flea.

The Teacher Next Door said...

I shared the contest on my FB page.

The Teacher Next Door said...

I would use the fabric and project ideas to redeem myself after really stinking up my sewing projects in middle school over 20 years ago. Thanks!

Leslie said...

Hi Laura,

Thank you for all of your posts! I enjoy each and every one of them! And I would of course love a chance to win such an amazing prize! I sew daily for our home and my shop, and would have fun sharing these lovelies with my sister who also sews! Happy Summer!

Leslie

Heidi Johnson (Hagedorn) said...

I would use them to make a new apron for the kitchen.

Designs on 47th Street said...

Oh! I'm inspired by these gorgeous fabrics!! I have my first granddaughter on the way, so I know I would enjoy making some cute little girl dress with these fabrics! :)

I am your newest follower so please count me twice! Thanks for the chance to win!
Donna

Cindy said...

Congrats on your 700th post! I have an old metal swing on my porch and I have been searching for the perfect fabric to make pillows. I have a red front door and this fabric would be perfect! and the book..an extra treat!

Paula Parrish said...

Hello Laura,
Congratulations on your 700th post on 52 Flea. I love your your blog; you do an amazing JOB on your posts! If I won the giveaway. I would make a new cushion and pillow for your wicker chair.
Smiles, Paula

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Wow! I would make some pretty bags...maybe with wristlets to match with the fabric! What a fabulous giveaway! WOW! ♥ Congrats on lots of fun blogging! ♥

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm a follower! Thanks! ♥

LP Vintage said...

I would make the prettiest tablecover and napkins! I just want to eat everything in the first photograph - including the tablecloth! - it all looks so good!

Sandi said...

Hi Laura,
What beautiful fabrics!! I don't know what I would do with them at the moment, but they would join my fabric stash until I decide what to make with them. Beautiful and thanks for the giveaway!!
Blesings~

Sandi said...

You know I am your follower!! :) Beautiful blog!!
Blessings~

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I would probably make pillows as gifts to give for Christmas(since the fabric is red!). Congrats on your 700!!!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I will add your giveaway to the sidebar of my blog!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I am a follower. I would really love to win the book! I heart Cabbages And Roses and post using their photos often. I have a link for them on my blog too. Love.

Terri Gordon said...

Hi Laura, Congratulations, I love to visit your beautiful blog, your photographs are so beautiful. What a wonderful giveaway, I would be so thrilled, thank you so much for the opportunity to win. I hope you are having a wonderful summer. Hugs, Terri

Terri Gordon said...

Hi Laura, I am also a follower of your beautiful blog. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Terri

Mary Jo said...

What lovely fabrics! I would most likely make an apron (as I am new to sewing) or I just might attempt to make a pillow.

A Bee In My Bonnet - Leslie Anne said...

Laura - what a fun giveaway! I think I'd like to make an apron with the fabrics. Or maybe a yo-yo garland. Or a table runner...who knows when or where inspiration will strike! Or maybe I'll just sit there surrounded by them for a while, admiring them! All I know is I love the chance to win them and the book!

White Ironstone Cottage said...

Hi Laura
Congrats on 700 posts always love the beauty you provide with each one
If I won the material I would make pillows for my kitchen window seat and I would love to read the book too!!!
xo
Pam

Tanya said...

What a great giveaway. I think I would sew a new tote bag or even a backpack for myself. The book would go inside so that I could ogle it everywhere I go!
I'm a follower too!

GardenChic said...

i love all of your ideas! i just have to follow you!

love Jody,
rootedinthyme.blogspot.com
thymeforhome.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I would make a lap quilt and combine it with linen fabric :)Fingers crossed :)) monasquilt@yahoo.no

Anonymous said...

Hello there, this is my first ever comment on a blog! Thought it might bring me really good luck.. I would make a huge slouchy bag that I could fill with all my other Cabbages & Roses bits and bobs. Thankyou.. lots love Michelle x
michelleessam@hotmail.com

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Ooh! I love Cabbages and Roses fabrics. And since I LOVE to sew, your "give back" is right down my alley. ;)

The first two things that came to mind when I saw the fabrics being given away were lampshades and a multi-pocket organizer - both on my "to create" list.

Congrats on your 700th post!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Thank you for having the chance to sample some of your delicious New Designs, i would include some of these into my daughters curtains which would remind her of home.... wish me luck xx

Bohemian said...

Oh my, what a fabulous giveaway... and Congrats on your amazing 700th Post! Your photos are always so lovely and inspirational.

I would use the fabrics for designing comfy Pillows and matching sachets filled with fresh Lavender. I LOVE Cabbages & Roses and I'm delighted to hear they're teaming up with MODA to offer their wares here in the U.S.!

Dawn... The Bohemian

Deana said...

I want to restore my old farm house in vintage fabrics and products so that it resembles how I remember as a child (was my great grandma's house. The cabbage and roses fabric is DIVINE! Thanks for the chance. deanawood@centurytel.net

Deana said...

I follow on GFC. Thanks :) deanawood@centurytel.net

Andy's Attic said...

Hi Laura, I did a post about your giveback today. Hope you get many visitors.
Annette

Anonymous said...

I would cheer up my kitchen with these great fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win. I don't have a blog, but will spread the word about your giveaway on my facebook page!
Andrea in Florida

Anonymous said...

OK, I've posted to my wall and became a follower, Now, for a chance to win! It would be amazing!
Andrea in Florida!

Anonymous said...

Oh dear, hope I don't end up with a double post, I thought my comment had posted.
Just wanted you to know I'm a new follower, and I've shared about your great giveaway on my facebook page. Now, to sit back and hope to win..Oh, and many congratulations!
Andrea in Florida
joeandy3354@yahoo.com

Denise said...

I'm in the process of moving and plan to sew alot of things for the new house-cushions, roman blinds, quilts, etc. My list of projects is long but adding some new fabric to the mix would be great!

Denise said...

I'm a new follower of 52 Flea (added to my blog list a few weeks ago) and would make good use of the book!

marylou said...

I would love to use the fabrics to create some lovely beach cottage stylin' accessories for my small cottage OR maybe simply place the gorgeous materials on my built in shelf and gaze at them all day...WOOHOO;-)
**smiles**
Marylou

Mary Ellen said...

I would love to use the fabric on my little bistro set in my garden room!! love this fabric!

Mary Ellen said...

I have been a happy follower of yours for a long time now!

Musette said...

Congratulations on your 700th post!!! Your blog and the fabric are inspriational as always! I would make a cute stuffed bunny rabitt!!! It's just too cute!!

Thanks!
Kshedarowich@yahoo.com

Bizzy @ home said...

Congratulations with 700th posts!
I would use the fabric for a memo board, as in my previous blog post. I follow you for a while now.
Hollandse groetjes,
Renny

Christelle said...

Oh ! De la gourmandise , des fleurs et de jolies couleurs ...ce n'est que du bonheur !

mrsj said...

I would make some pillow shams. Or maybe a cute tote. Fabric is gorgeous!

Donna Hollingsworth said...

I would make pillows to go on my daughters bed!

Beth said...

I love to visit your blog and am thrilled about your Cabbages and Roses giveaway. I suppose I would make pillows or upholster a small white bench that I have.

Thanks for entering me in your giveaway. My contact info is bwrawling at gmail.com

Blessings,
Beth

Beth said...

I am also a happy follower of your blog. My contact info is bwrawling at gmail.com.

Thanks,
Beth

creations by joey said...

ohhhhhhhhhhhh I think it would be so lovely as a table cloth for my kitchen and I have the perfect antique lace to go with it.. Love your Blog... Joelle

samplerlover said...

Oh I have loved this line of fabric for many years. If I was lucky enough to win I would use it to make some beautiful pillows for my bedroom.

sandra.moffitt@gmail.com.

Pattygloria said...

Congrats! Thanks for the chance to win.I'd make pillowcases with crocheted trim for my bedroom.

Pattygloria said...

I'm a follower. Plaese add my name for the chance to win this pretty giveaway.
Gloria x

Carole said...

Congrats Laura...quite an accomplishment! I just bought some French General fabric from Moda...in red of all colors! not my usual. Going to make skirts. It's so darn pretty I can't bring myself to cut it. I just like looking at it:)

xx
Carole

Ann Tatum said...

My first thought was an apron. But I do need some new pillows, too!

Ann Tatum said...

I thought I was already following you... but I wasn't. I'm following you now!

A Pretty Life said...

OHHHHHHHHHHH! What a sweeeet giveaway! I am torn between pillows made of the fabric or... Christmas stockings!
Throw me in the drawing please~!
Have a PRETTY day!
Kristin

Ashley said...

I would definitely have to make lavender sachets, how delightful would that be to find such petite sachets throughout the house....I am overcome with excitement!! Xoxoxo 1942charm.blogspot.com

Ashley said...

I absolutely follow your blog!!! Xoxoxo 1942charm.blogspot.com

dragonflyer333 said...

I just moved and am trying to redecorate my new home on a budget. Someone gave us a couch, but I wanted to make new pillows to update it a little. This fabric would be just great for that!

Lorelei said...

I would use the material to make items for our new "old" house. Red is my signature color and I just brought home a red tea cart today. It needs a runner for the top. I'm keeping my fingers crossed....

Lisa said...

I would love for a chance to win this beautiful fabric...I'd use it for everything, from soft and simple summer frocks, to pillows and cushions to toss on my vintage ticking day bed.! I could go on and on! I already follow!

Thanks so much for a chance!
Lisa

Lisa said...

I just shared this giveaway on FB!
So exciting!

Lisa

Elsina said...

I would use these beautiful fabrics for tablerunners/pillowcovers. Love them!

Elsina said...

I am a loyal follower

Elsina said...

and off to link your give away at my sidebar!

Evelene S said...

I would love to make beautiful pillows with the delicious fabrics. Thanks for a chance to win.

esterling1923 at gmail dot com

All Things Beautiful said...

Oh Wow! What a giveaway. I would use this as a jumping point to redo my bedroom. I haven't done anything with it in 6 years. It is way past due for a makeover and I love all these fabrics. There is plenty of inspiration!

All Things Beautiful said...

I became a follower of your blog instantly. I loved what I saw from the first moment I browsed your blog. Thanks for all the lovelies.

All Things Beautiful said...

I blogged about your awesome blog and giveaway.
http://52flea.blogspot.com/2011/07/700th-post-give-back-with-cabbages-and.html?showComment=1310648767395#c4256783842672854354

from me to thee......... said...

I think I would just love to look at this fabric for a while and think about what I would like to dowith it. Sometimes I just hate to cut fabric, and just rather fold and display.

from me to thee......... said...

Also, will [post this on my blog www.frommetothee.blogspot.com thanks, Linda

from me to thee......... said...

AND, I am a loyal follower of 52flea, so put me down for 3 !!!!! smiles, Linda

Anonymous said...

Bonjour, Laura! I have followed your blog for several years now, and enjoy living vicariously through your flea market escapades. I live in the south of France half the year, and the other half in my home in the US. I have resurrected my interest in quilting, having made a few pillows when my boys were young; now that they have flown the nest, I think I would make a lap quilt to drape over my parents when they come to our family Saturday Suppers at my house. Mom is tumbling into Alzheimers and Dad has become her fortress. They are a shining example of love's perseverance and I am grateful for every moment I get to spend with them. Hugs, Nance in France

Olympia said...

I would make a tableclothe, sheets and cushion covers... I specially loved the roses fabric!

SUE said...

Wow! I love your blog - I am a new follower. I am also a fabric-aholic and LOVE cabbage roses on fabric. I would either make stackable boxes for my living room or ruffles for my bathroom shelves - oh the possibilities! Thanks! SUE

sandra said...

Congratulations on your 700th post!!! I am a constant follower of yours and would be so thrilled to win the book and fabrics!!! I would use the fabrics on my little stitchery projects and mini quilts! I am crossing my fingers and toes!!!

Teresa Carr said...

I love this fabric. The first thing I would do is make some cushions for my bent willow chairs. Thanks for the opportunity! tcarr56@cox.net

Kim Christmas said...

Congratulations on your 700th post!!
Beautiful fabric for the cat & birds outside on the porch as a quilt and cushion for sure!
I'm going "cabbage" hunting! cheeries!

The French Bear said...

Laura, is it really 700 posts, oh my! What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to win this fabric, I can see some new shopping bags and pillow cases!!! The ideas are endless....it would be just the right pick me up.....cross my fingers!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Knotty Notions on Etsy said...

I would use both fabrics in my daughter's room.
She is 2 and quickly turning into a girl and not a baby.
Love the combo of those colors and I would create a vintage retreat for her.
They are lovely.

1 Buddha's Mom said...

I would use them in my bedroom!

1 Buddha's Mom said...

I am following you now!

Simple Pleasure said...

Oh my...so beautiful. I would use this fabric in the creation of a spectacular Christmas stocking for my newest grandchild...Emma Grace.
Congratulations on your milestone:O)
Busy Hands...Happy Heart
Patricia

Simple Pleasure said...

I am definitely a loyal follower!
Busy Hands...Happy Heart
Patricia

Station 521 said...

Beautiful, I would make pillows and maybe a sweet summer dress for my Grandaughter! Congratulations on 700 posts!

she dreams big! said...

Pillows! Curtains! Chair covers! Little girl dresses! I would make one of everything for every room so I could always see beauty wherever I am in my house. Count me in please!

she dreams big! said...

Congrats on 700 posts! Since I am a loyal follower, I've enjoyed every one!

she dreams big! said...

Your giveaway is announced on my sidebar. Good luck to ME (I mean everyone)!

Egretta Wells blog said...

Congrats on your 7ooth post. I'm so glad I found your blog recently and I really enjoy it! I would use the beautiful rose fabric for a tea cozy lined with the solid red (reversible) and the tiny print would be napkins for the tea table!

Sylvia said...

Congratulations on your 700th post!!! I've been a long time follower of your blog and would absoltely love to win the great give back!

What would I do with the fabric?...I'd love to have the fabric with me at all times so probably a sew tote/handbag and a scarf to add to my straw hat when I go out in this FL weather!

I have posted your great give back on my blog and have my fingers and toes crossed. Hmmm...maybe I should braid my hair also? LOL

Thanks,
Sylvia

Laura said...

Yay for you Laura 700 posts...WOW!!
Well, of course I follow you, everything you post is sooo beautiful, I love
It all.
If I win I will give the fabric to my friend who is such a beautiful seamstress.
She makes and donates lap quilts to a local cancer support group. A young woman patient said when she wrapped up in her quilt she felt like she was wrapped in love.
Thank you for the giveaway!
Laura

WinnibriggsHouse said...

Wow, my dining room is crying out for new chair cushions, I would team these lovely fabrics with plain linen to give them a smart make over.
Jenny

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Laura! Congrats on your milestone! This is a beautiful give back!! If I could sew I would love to make a market tote and maybe use a bit to embellish a jean jacket! Or perhaps a cafe curtain for my kitchen. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed!

A Cottage Muse said...

Oh...and I've been a happy follower for a while!

WinnibriggsHouse said...

PS Congratulations on this miestone, am also a follower and have put a link to your giveback on my blog.

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

Congratulations on your 700th post! Wow!

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

I'm a new follower, sorry it took me so long to get-with-the-program!

Anonymous said...

700 great and inspiring posts...Congratulations Laura!!!
These farics would be a beautiful addition to my ongoing hexagonal design rose quilt....thankyou for your generosity.
casamisu52@gmail.com

Nancy said...

Hello! I love your blog!! Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric. I will use it to make a handbag!

libertybellepa said...

oooooooh, pretty! what WOULDN'T I make with that is a better question! I'm thinking purses, pillows, maybe an apron .... the possibilities are endless! Thank you for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric :)
Lori
(libertybellepa@yahoo.com)

Heaven's Walk said...

Ok.....swoooning over here, Laura! I adore C&R fabrics and design and style and......(sigh!) I would LUV to win anything from them! ♥ Do I sound desperate? lol! I would definitely make some pretty pillows for my front porch swing! Thanks for this sweet giveaway - and CONGRATS, girlie!!!! Luv ya!

xoxo laurie

Heaven's Walk said...

I've been a happy and inspired follower of yours for a long time! ♥

xoxo laurie

Annette said...

Congratulations on 700 posts!! I see a gorgeous tote bag made out of these fabrics. Or maybe a chair cover in my sewing room!

Annette said...

I'm now following you!

Fabulously french said...

Wow, congratulations on 700 posts. I would love to make some cushions for my french daybed as it is looking very bare at present :-)

Merci et a bientot, Leeann x

Valorie said...

Congratulations, Laura! What an accomplishment. We love your style, photos, and always look forward to your posts. Congrats on your partnership with Cabbage & Roses too!! The new line would look amazing in my Living Room and Red Dining room as quilted runners and pillows!

Valorie said...

Also posted your blog on FB! (Did you know your group is about to be archived?)

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Wow Laura...700! You are amazing! I see pretty pillows...lots of pretty pillows.
Have a wonderful weekend,
Susie

Recycled Rita said...

I would LOVE to win this giveaway! I have wanted that book for a long time and that fabric would probably become pillows for my living room! thanks for the opportunity!
karen....

Recycled Rita said...

I am now a follower also! thanks! karen...

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Pillows...pillows & more pillows....oh...and perhaps a skirt - how sweet would that be??!! Congratulations on 700 wonderful inspirational ideas :)
Karla & Karrie

janice15 said...

Congratulations, on your 700th post..amazing I have just about 95 now. love to visit your blog..The material is great I would make a table skirt or pillows..depending how much there was..thank you mz witherspoon.

Curtains In My Tree said...

700 post !!!!!!!!!!WOW

I would trim some bath towels for my bathroom with this materail which I love. make me an apron , oh a shower curtain to match my towels

Janice

hope I win !!!!!!!!!Thanks

Curtains In My Tree said...

I have been your follower since I first started my blog almost a year ago

Janice

love cabbage & roses

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Oh yummmmm.... what a wonderful giveaway! And, congrats on your 700th post... amazing..

I think I'd make an apron.... or a table cover, or a pillow......hmmmm.... endless ideas...

Huggies,
Spencer

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

I'm following too... :-)

Hearthandmade said...

fabulous!! IM following on bloglovin. Id use the fabric towards a patchwork quili ^_^

Claire

http://www.hearthandmade.co.uk

Ivy and Elephants said...

Congratulations! I'm following you and have you posted on my dash.
Patti

June said...

Hi Laura,
I love their new line of fabric for Moda. My neighbor is going to help me make my first pieced quilt the Summer and I am so excited about learning this craft. She really has made some beautiful ones. I think if I won the fabric, I would make some lovely pillows for the reading room.
congrates on 700 posts. Every one of them have been an inspiration!
hugs from here...

Rustique Gal said...

Laura, these are luscious fabrics! What would I do? I think the cozy room needs an overhaul from the earthtone womb-like style. I'd make pillows and accessories for the cozy room and brighten it all up with cabbage roses! I love your blog and am excited for you-700 posts is amazing!
Hugs,
Sherry

Anonymous said...

I could use it in my scrapbooking for a book.

I love the colors of the Littleton material.
Evelyn P.P.
epintoratcoxdotnet

Cottage and Broome said...

Congratulations on 700th post that is a huge accomplishment! As a new blogger I can appreciate how much work went into arriving at that number! Your pictures are always inspiring. Love the fabric, it would fit in perfectly in my bedroom, I'd do pillows. Thank you!

C De-sign said...

Congratulations!!!!! Well this beatiful fabrics.. well, I should like to calm down....and let the fabric guide me and help me starting my creativity....... how nice!!!! I have a little give away in my blog, you are welcome! Wish you nice summerdays! Hugs from C

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