Thursday, October 23, 2014

Guess the fabric line name game!


This weekend is International Quilt Market 2014 in HoustonTexas! Our booth will be full of many beautiful new fabric collections which you'll soon see in your local quilt shops. Since not everyone can attend Market, we thought it might be fun to give you all at home a chance to win some of these new fabrics!

Starting today (October 23
rd) through Monday (October 27th) we will be posting a picture with a sneak peek of one of our newest fabric lines. We want you to guess the name of the collection!

Please e-mail your guess to us at socialmedia23@gmail.com with the subject line “Guess the Name Day 1.” In the body of the e-mail please include your guess, along with your full name and mailing address. Only one guess per person per day please. 

The Day 1 contest is now over. Thanks for playing! See the name of the fabric line below.


Each day’s contest will last for 24 hours. At the end of the 24 hours we will randomly choose a name from all of the e-mails to receive a fat quarter bundle of that collection. You do not need to guess the correct name to win. Feel free to post your guess as a comment to each photo if you would like, but comments will not be counted as entries into the contest.

We hope that you all enjoy your sneak peek of the new lines, and look forward to seeing what you think the names should be!

Day 1:




See Day 2 here.
See Day 3 here.
See Day 4 here.
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15 comments:

  1. Guess The Name Day 1
    The Sixties

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  2. Wow,love this game.Last year no one guessed,poor me.Thanks for the fun!!

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  3. Gosh, I don't know, because I see button candy, mini chicklets, fruit stripe gum, and the flowers remind me of flowers I used to make from sliced marshmallows with the cut sides dipped in colored sugar. So how about Sweet Treats!

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  4. Looks like a Magical Mystery Tour to me!

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  5. Rosemary b here
    I'd guess Far Out

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  6. Day 2
    These fabrics remind me of the tube that held glass bits that made pretty patterns when you turned it as you looked through it.
    So, Eastern Kalidiscope

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