Sunday, October 27, 2013

Day Two: Strawberry Bears Giveaway


Today, little bears, lady bugs and strawberries grace the prints from the Strawberry Bears line by the late Kym Bowles. The sweet and lovely prints make you smile. You can see the entire range on the Henry Glass website.








Tell us what you would make with this range? Leave an answer here by midnight November 1, 2013 and we will draw a name. One lucky winner will win a bundle of Strawberry Bears! [Prints may vary.]


Good luck!

-hg

63 comments:

Donna said...

I see a fun picnic quilt with matching napkins and a fabric lined basket.

Lisa Marie said...

I would make a quilt to give to a child -- probably as a donation to a group that provides quilts to children in need. These cute prints would surely brighten a child's day.

scottylover said...

Oh how cute! I see cute little sundresses for summer and pillowcases for a little girl's room out of these!

Sandy A

JoyceLM said...

I have strawberry dishes, so I'd made a table runner & placemats. Thanks for the chance to win.

Michele T said...

Awww... this line is sweet and adorable, I think that I would make a quilt for a child. Thanks for the chance!!

Joanna said...

The bear prints and some of the coordinates I'd use for a child's gift, maybe pillow cases and a crayon case or something like that. But the flowers prints I would want to use for a runner or something I could appreciate. What a sweet line.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

With a couple of solids, I can see at least two little girl dresses.

Fiesta said...

This fabric is so adorable. I would make a quilt for my grandaughter.

Tammy said...

Table topper and or placemats t give to my sister for her new kitchen. She adores all things strawberries. Thank you for the chance to enter.

Joan said...

I love this fabric. I would make dresses for my granddaughters. Thank you for the chance.

Emily C said...

Children's placemats come to mind or a summer lap quilt.

Gill said...

I'd make a quilt for my new great niece - Isabella!

MoeWest said...

I would make table accessories for my patio table. Thanks for the giveaway.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Adorable bears, I could make a couple doll quilts for a special charity, or I could spoil my DGD with a cute little outfit~ or both! Thanks for the fun!

barbara woods said...

i am going to have next year two more great grands and winning this would help with the baby quilts

Wendy said...

I would make a summer picnic set with a quilt, napkins and basket liner. The strawberry bears are adorable.

DebrafromMD said...

I would make a baby quilt and put it away to wait for the next time I need a present.

DebrafromMD said...

I would make a baby quilt and put it away for the next time I need a present.

Nancy said...

I'd make some clothes and quilts for my first granddaughter due in a week!

Kathy MacKie said...

Looks like something that my Granddaughters would love so I see a cute child's quilt in the making.

Sunnybec said...
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Sunnybec said...

I Would make may be a nice summer table runner with matching place mats or a picnic quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Quilting Tangent said...

A very cute summertime quilt.
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Quilting Tangent said...

A very cute summertime themed quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Deb said...

I'd make a little girlie blanket.

Diane H said...

The beautiful fabrics would made an adorable quilt for a very special little girl I know.

Debbie Rogowski said...

these are adorable. I'm thinking a little quilt for my grand daughter. These are just so precious

Linda said...

HELLO,I'd like to make new place mats and maybe a table runner too. Thanks for sharing!

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Anonymous said...

I think of children when I see this line. Perhaps bibs, table mats, totes for toys or dolly quilts. So much cuteness!

darlene macdonald
kittyklaws13411@yahoo.com

Christine S said...

I have 5 little granddaughters, a picnic quilt would be great!

Vicki H said...

It would lake a wonderful table topper for summer and mug rugs to go with it.

KatieQ said...

I think these fabrics would make a great picnic quilt.

Podunk Pretties said...

Awww...Little dresses for my new grand daughter. I can see little bonnets, and slippers. And of course a quilt!

matope said...

this would make such a cute quilt and bib set!! i'd love to get my fingers on this!

ellen said...

Our quilting group makes quilts and other gifties to raise funds for our local rural emergency room every February. The Strawberry Bears would make some child very happy. I also have a picnic basket to donate to the auction and a picnic mat would go nicely, maybe with a strawberry pie! How wonderful that would be.

Jeanne Gwin said...

I always have a call for something for a baby on the way and I can think of one special little girl who will arrive late spring that this would be a perfect quilt and accessory set for. thank you

Janie said...

I would use this line to make a quillow for my youngest granddaughter her nick name is bug a boo. Beautiful fabric.

Abbigail said...

I would love to make a quilt for my youngest granddaughter. She would love the little strawberry bears!

Stacey Larson said...

I think it would make an adorable picnic blanket for my 4 year old niece.

Margaret said...

Either a picnic quilt or curtains for my kitchen.

PK Sews said...

I'd use these delightful fabrics to make a baby quilt.

Heide said...

Perfect for a table runner in our RV...love the ants!

Qltr89 said...

I would definitely make a baby quilt with the Strawberry Bears, it's too cute!

GranChris said...

At first I thought a picnic quilt but I think it would be wonderful on my screened in patio. Just fun for the table and chair cushions. Something different.

Deb G. in VA said...

I would make a table quilt for the table in my kitchen nook!

ledamewood said...

I'm thinking I would make a table topper, placemats, napkins, coasters, or some combination of these. My husband is a beekeeper and our granddaughters favorite fruit is strawberries - nice combination for them to share a meal together.

Sherry said...

I have 4 little granddaughters that would look adorable in little dresses made from this fabric line. I would also try tote bags and purses for them.

Shebandowan said...

I would make tablerunners, placemats and napkins with this fabric choice. Absolutely love the ladybugs. Thanks for the chance to win.

Janet

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Adorable fabric! My Mom loves strawberries and I'm always on the hunt for fabric to make her something. Would love to make her a tablerunner or perhaps a new tote.

Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Jeannie said...

OMGoodness! That is the cutest fabric! I would make a baby quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

Jeannie said...

OMGoodness - that is the cutest fabric! I would make a baby quilt. Thank you for the chance to win!

Jeannie said...

OMGoodness - that is the cutest fabric! I would make a quilt. Thank you for the chance to win!

trudie said...

Definitely a baby quilt. This fabric is just too cute!

trudie said...

Definitely a baby quilt. This fabric is too cute!

VickiT said...

My son and his fiancée (and our 1 yr old Granddaughter) live here temporarily. They've been talking about getting her a little kitchen for Christmas. These fabrics would make a super cute little curtain for her kitchen (if they get one with a 'window') but also some little napkins and a tablecloth for this little table I have which she sits at all the time on her little stool. She keeps grabbing the canned cat food and lining it up on that little table or putting it into her little shopping bag I gave her. Maybe too a little pot holder and hot pad to match it all.

Cindy A. said...

What adorable fabric! I can see making everything from items for a kitchen, to a quilt, to clothing for little girls. I could also see basket liners, curtains, and pillows. What a fun set of fabrics these would be to work with.

Pippa Parsons said...

I'd make a picnic quilt and some tablemats

Cecilia said...

I would make a quilt for a a little child and give it o Project Linus. This a sweet collection.

Judy1522 said...

I would make a quilt for a little girl.

Ellee said...

Baby quilt? Kitchen accessories? Such a decision! I'll be able to make that decision when I have the fabric in my hand and it has the opportunity to speak to me in person. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Anonymous said...

I would make a childs apron !!
Mary

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dakotaessence said...

I envision a fun picnic tea party with quilted picnic tablecloth filled with all kinds of goody bags, cozies and warmers!

~Jillian

Lee said...

A quilt for our cottage! thanks!