Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Win Commute Fabrics Worth £18

We have a bundle of fabrics from the Commute collection by Jay-Cyn designs up for grabs worth £18 (including Free UK postage). Winner gets 4 fabrics from the collection of their own choosing! Lovely!


To be in with a chance of winning just leave a message below saying what you would make using these fabrics.
Winner will be announced in our next Newsletter.

If you like our shop and Giveaway please blog about, tweet about and post our competition on your facebook page.
Terms and Conditions:
The prize (but not amount of fabric) may vary from the photos shown.
The Winner will be sent the prize free of charge after the draw has taken place.
Non-UK people can enter but free postage is only up to UK post value and you will have to make up the difference.
All prizes must be claimed within 30 calendar days.

66 comments:

  1. hhhuuummm, what to make, couldn't i just covet them for abit? then prehaps a cushion cover just using a litle bit so i can covet it some more!

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  2. Would love to win more fabric for my stash, I think I would make a "boy" quilt as I've just made a very girly one and need to redress the balance for my 3 boys!

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  3. I'll finally get round to making that quilt I've been promising myself all winter!

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  4. What a wonderful giveaway! These fabrics would be perfect for some cushions and accessories for my kids room they have grown out the baby stage of decoration!

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  5. I's make a bag for my friend who will be coming back from Tanzania to start her new job as a doctor soon.
    Saf

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  6. I would use this fabric to make bunting for my son's room :)

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  7. Great giveaway! I decided on the train today that I need a new messenger bag - these would be perfect!

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  8. Great fabrics!
    I'd make a picnic quilt on the offchance we get a summer this year in the UK!!

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  9. My son is getting married and I know he would like a quilt as a wedding gift, these colours are modern and cheery and the designs young and cool. Just the job for the quilt I say!

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  10. Oh, I've been drooling over the bike fabric for quite some time; definitely worth making some sponge bags with it for those weekend active getaways with the kids.

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  11. I think I'd be using some in a charity quilt for Siblings Together a charity which brings kids in care to camps with their siblings as many get separated.

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  12. Oh well first up probably won't get picked but I'm thinking a funky bag from the bike print and some cushions with the other as love the print and would like to showcase it in one solid go!

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  13. Well... a book cover (to protect the book that I’m reading at the moment), a reusable sandwich/snack bag (so that I would once and for all stop using aluminium foil!) and a finally a couple of small lavender bags (after spring clean that’s what I will need in my drawers).

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  14. I'd make some much needed toy bags for my toddler! The bikes would go down really well with him and would be great for holding some of his massive toy car collection ;)

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  15. Hi Seamstar lovelies!

    I would make lots of lovely summer blouses and shorts, adorned with cheerful,commute cuteness!

    Loving your work

    Jackie

    p.s. plus its my Birthday today - so I should win by rights!

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  16. Oh those bicycles - where have they been all my life? I'd make a shopping bag for me, and then maybe a messenger bag for the cycling man in my life.

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  17. I am seeing a new cover for my Kindle! Love the colours & the grid lock print especially :)

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  18. Ooh, would love to win and would like to my make my 1 year old son a shirt or some shorts for his summer holiday later this year! Fingers crossed! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. I have a cushion inner just waiting for a pretty cover so that is what I would make.

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  20. I would make an organiser for the back of my seat in the car.

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  21. I would make some little panniers for my sons th birthday in June as his big present is a bike

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  22. I would certainly use them in a quilt! Shame number 1 is rarely chosen! :)

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  23. At the moment I am making lots of different holders, such as ipad and mobile phone holders, so I would love to use some of these fabrics.

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  24. It would have to be a P.E. kit bag for my little boy when he starts school this September - definitely the coolest boy in the playground!! xx

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  25. I think it would have to be a quilt - mixed in with some solids and linens. Juliex

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  26. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Oh my my, what to make, nice pencil holders, ereader case and some potholders to gear up my kitchen!

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  27. Tweeted about it https://twitter.com/marisunnychan/status/194870414160314368

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  28. Posted it on my Facebook wall Sunny Sajof

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  29. Well I think they would make an excellent start for a quilt for my son, he only have a tiny one I made a couple of years ago!

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  30. Ooh, those colours look perfect to add to the 'boy' quilt I'm making for my son!

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  31. Mmm something to cover my husbands gadgets!

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  32. I'd use them to make a kindle cover for my friend's birthday:)

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  33. To ensure my husband gets jealous stares on his train commute I would make a laptop cover in this style...
    http://www.amyalamode.com/blog/2010/04/04/laptop-sleeve-tutorial/

    To encourage the green eyed looks on my train I would make myself one of these lovely boxed pouches to carry my make up in... http://terrabytefarm.com/wp/2012/01/04/boxed-pouch-tutorial/

    and also a kindle cover...
    http://www.charmstitch.com/?p=2848

    The fabric would be perfect, I might even make myself a little snack bag to carry a cheeky flap jack! http://www.ethicalsuperstore.com/products/keep-leaf/reusable-sandwich-bag/

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  34. My brother and his girlfriend are environmental majors at uni and big mountain bikers--I would LOVE to make them a quilt and pillowcases for graduation!

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  35. I'm thinking some placemats would be pretty to brighten up my kitchen!! Thanks for the chance!

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  36. These would make a lovely quilt! I love it!

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  37. I'd definitely use it to make a quilt for me!! Enough with spoiling everyone else, these would be perfect for my something pretty :o)

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  38. I think I'd make a quilt for me! I can never justify buying fabric or time for myself, but these are so pretty it would have to be my turn :o)

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  39. Living in the land of bicycle's (Netherlands) I would love to make a lining bag to fit in the basket for my daughters bike. I love this fabric.

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  40. My other half is a keen cyclist and always complaining about how I never make anything for him, so I'm thinking some kind of ipad cover using that gorgeous bicycle print?

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  41. Lovely fabric. I would use it to finish off making my son's hexagonal quilt. It's intended as an heirloom item that he will keep forever. I am handstitching it so that in years to come he will look at those little stitches and think of me making it!

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  42. Taking ideas from the prints I think I'd make a patchwork liner for the basket on the front of my bike so I could enjoy commute on my commute to work!

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  43. What a fab giveaway! I'd make a very stylish iPad cover with them! x

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  44. The bicycles fabric would make the perfect lining for a knitting needles holder I'm about to start knitting. I've spread the word about this great giveaway on my blog and on Twitter - check out http://hometoroostblog.blogspot.co.uk, cheers, Sarah!

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  45. beautiful fabric. would love to use them to make the main subject of my treasurebox frames!

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  46. I'd probably in with the majority and make a quilt with it.. Although, this would be really sweet as the lining of a kid's jacket or as a bucket hat :)

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  47. I love Jay-Cyn fabrics and would definitely make a Commute quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

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  48. beautiful fabrics :-) I'll make a quilt for my nephew!

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  49. Ooh lovely fabric! I'd make a bag for my other half, he can cycle along and be all coordinated!

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  50. I would make a selection of fabric bags to give away to my friends. Lovely material.

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  51. I would make fabric bags to give away to my friends. Lovely fabrics.

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  52. I think I would make some i Phone covers with them...love the colours of the fabric

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  53. I'd make a travel companion for the car for my little girl. We recently went on holiday and I remembered the amazing car companions my mum made me and my brothers when we were little. Also if there's enough material left over at the end, I'd make her a lovely neck pillow - it might convince her to nap during a long car journey!

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  54. I would make some neat little pouches to keep my miniature artworks safe and sound.

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  55. I love these fabric....I'll probably make some sundress for my little girls...thank u

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  56. I've never tried to make a quilt! No idea why! I drool over lots of quilting blogs and have looked at loads of tutorials but, since I'm still a newbie sewer, I hesitate 'cos I think I'm going to make a hash of it!!

    So ..... if I won .... perhaps I'd pluck up the courage to have a go at long last :)

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  57. Hmm, I'd make a rucksack so that when I'm out and about on my bike, I could throw it over my shoulder, pack it with my Kindle - and make a matching Kindle cover - some sarnies (maybe make a lunchbox roll as well) and disappear for a few hours of R&R :)

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  58. I LOVE your fabrics and follow your facebook group. I hope you are all well x

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  59. Love these fabrics - especially the bicycle print. I'd make a lunch bag for my son, who's about to move into primary 1 :)

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  60. Oh I think these would have to be used to make some cycling kit bags for my man!

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  61. I would love to win and then I would make a bag to carry all my stuff in for my commute to work. I would make a matching wallet as well.

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  62. Been promising myself a laptop cover, it's a long time since I actually made something for my own use and since I've taken up cycling it would be a perfect fabric choice!

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  63. Gorgeous fabrics! If I was lucky enough to win I'd use the fabric to make a bag for taking my sons toys when we're out and about.

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  64. I would love to make a baby quilt. Would love

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  65. These are lovely fabrics. I'd use these to make a couple of cushions for my sons room. Twitter @7hippopotamus

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  66. Hello, thank your or giveaway. I'm planning a bunting skirt for my girl.

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