Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Cynthia Rowley ~ PaintBox Giveaway!


To win, just leave a comment 
telling us what you would love to create using PaintBox

Need ideas? Check out our Designer Inspiration page or the Michael Miller Fabrics Pinterest page!

Three lucky random winners will be announced on Monday, April 29th!


122 comments:

lynaeve said...

I would put these in a quilt. thanks for the chancee

Meredith said...

Oh my goodness! I love these new fabrics! I would love to use these bright, happy fabrics to make some charity quilts! thanks!

Chookyblue...... said...

i'll make a quilt for a niece or nephew.........they would be great colours for kids quilts.........

Natalie said...

I love to make some things for my baby!

Amy said...

My daughter has been asking for a new dress 'since it's been a while since you made me one,' according to her. I would love to sew a summer dress or two for her with this. And maybe my new niece who will be arriving too!

Heather said...

I love this fabric as a punch of color on an otherwise plain item. like pocket flaps on a plain pair of pants for my son.

Lynn said...

I love the bright colors in this fabric line! Just in time for summer!

Kristin said...

A skirt for my little girl or some bright and fun throw pillows for the living room!

Kristin said...

a skirt or dress for my daughter!

Fiesta said...

I would create a summer tote. Love those colors.

ShirleyC said...

I can see lots of pretty summer things for my little granddaughter! The leftovers would be used in mug rugs or quilts.
Thanks for a chance to win.

tln said...

If I won first place I would use the fabric to make summer dresses and skirts for my daughters. I would make pillows with the fat quarters.

amberella said...

This is so fun. I would love to make skirts and pillows. Or a lovely table runner. Hope I get picked!

tpott said...

A funky bed quilt for my 13yr old son would be fun. What beautiful fabrics so vibrant. Thanks!

Jenny said...

i see great picnic blankets here! thanks for a chance.

Honora said...

I would make myself some patchwork curtains for my lovely blue room!

Rebecca said...

Perfect for some aprons for my littles!

Jane S. said...

I look at those bright happy fabrics and think of summer picnics, and barbecues in the gazebo, so I'd make napkins and table cloths and pillows. :)

Carrie L said...

These fabrics are just beautiful! I'd probably make pillows or a quilt!

Judy Hudson said...

newborn great niece - she "needs"!

robin said...

They would make a very cute kid'd quilt!

Tresann said...

So amazing! I would definitely make a quilt or maybe some patchwork aprons!!!

sandra said...

I love the primary colors and geometric patterns on these fab rics. I would make a tote bag and some pillows.

Mandy said...

These would make cute baby clothes!

slgennut1@yahoo.com said...

I have a new grandson on the way and want to make baby "stuff".

Lynne Tilley said...

This would be great for a kid's quilt. Even a big kid! Or a cute tote bag for a much needed vacation!

Bluedot said...

I'll make skirts for my daughters. It would be "charm-pack-patch" skirts!

Patchwork and Play said...

Such pretty fabrics, the ideas are endless- a quilt, a bag, placemats and napkins, nesting boxes! I would try to make this lovely fabric go as far as possible! Thanks for the giveaway!

nähtina said...

believe it or not,
I would make childrens cloths out of it.
I LOVE the colors!

Greetings,
Tina

cross my fingers...

Silvia LGD (Little Green Doll) said...

I would use them to make a quilt with squares :) Thanks for this great giveaway!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I think these fabrics would make a great child's quilt. Thanks!

Papa C said...

Just love MMF

Bev Longford said...

Such fun fabric, my brain is swirling with ideas for quilts.
Bev Longford

Jacque Dunn said...

What lovely selections! I have two friends who are expecting babies and these fabrics would make beautiful baby quilts! I would make some pin cushions with the scraps.

ulala said...

A hat for my little boy!

Hayes said...

This line is so bright and beautiful. Perfert for dresses for my daughter. Or a quilt for my friend.

Denise said...

Wow that is bright and fun! I see either twirly skirts or the Electric Ave. quilt for my grandaughters. Thanks for sharing!

Linda said...

HI! I'D USE THEM IN A NEW QUILT! HAVE YOU EVER SEEN ANY "BRIGHTER COLORED FABRICS"!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Gloria said...

What a cheerful line of fabrics.

I think the fat quarters would make a lovely quilt for a boy or girl but the yard peces would mean I had five new aprons!

Jessica said...

A very cheerful quilt!

Samantha said...

I think those sorbet fat 1/4s would be awesome blenders in so many projects- they have great colors and textures!
madfabriholic at gmail dot com

lynn Hernandez said...

I have 3 granddaughters and would love to make some things for my girlies

CMEH said...

I would like to make a patchwork bag and bucket with it... but if I had 5 yards I think I would do a shift dress with multiple pieces... LOVE THE COLORS!

Steph said...

I don't know if I can play from France but I leave a post such so beautifull and so cute I really saw them to make some clothes for my 6 years old daughter ! many thanks for this little game my english is so bad ...

B Greene said...

The possibilities are endless, but I would start with a quilt. Then hopefully a handbag... and a wallet... and a pouch... then a keyfob. Wonderful fabric line - thanks for the chance to win !

Ginrei said...

I would love to make a new purse with a co-ordinated wallet/make-up bag/etc...!!

Adriana Gonzalez said...

First of all the patterns and colors are amazing beautifull contrast and brigth and vibrant I love them! I would make pillow case dress and ruffle skirt adorable for summer! Lets get creative with Cynthia Rowley Fabrics!
Adriana

maggi said...

I would make a "flip and sew" quilt. I saw the idea on a blog this morning and these lovely fabrics would be such fun to use in a quilt like that.

Janice Mahoney said...

Pillowcase dresses for my neighbor's little girl with the yardage and maybe some quilted wristlets or hipsters with the smaller quantities. Love Michael Miller fabrics!!

Jo C. said...

Throw pillows, napkins, placemats? Oh yeah, placemats!
boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

Fran Kingston Dill said...

I love them all! They all scream summer to me. So many possibilities! Table runner with napkins, picnic quilt and the list goes on!

Krista @ Sewwhatscooking.com said...

A picnic quilt, tablecloth.... and what Jo C said... napkins & placemats!

WandaFish said...

These are such fun fabrics! I'd have a great time seeing how far I could stretch them - I have a long 'to do' list which actually includes some tops for me, and a whole summer wardrobe for my little girl :)
Thanks for the chance to win!

Melinda said...

I have been gradually trying to make all of my nieces a quilt so this would be added to that list!

Michelle @ Barabooboo said...

definitely clothes for my 3 daughters!!!
michelletripper(at)yahoo(dot)ca

quiltyVal said...

These are all such beautiful fabrics - I would love to use them in a quilt!

Pam Quiltaholic Biswas said...

I'd create a quilt for my mother. She needs some bright cheery colors around her.

caroldcrisp said...

Large tote bags with lots of compartments!! They would be stunning!

Julietta Del Arco said...

I would love to use some of it for a new baby quilt for a friend's baby boy or girl ( we don't know yet), and also spice up the decoration of our new home! I see some table cloths and pillows being made out of this fabric! <3

Ellen said...

Beautiful fabric line! Placemats, totes, dresses for granddaughters! I love happy fabric!

Terry Kessinger said...

These would be great for clutches and summer hats!

Melody said...

I love to make little dresses!

Mary White said...

I think these paint box fabrics and sorbet fabrics would make gorgeous and festive birthday party placemats! With the scraps, I'd love to be able to make a patchwork tote, or two :D

Tanya said...

I would love to use these for pillow covers. Our poor couch needs an update

Susan said...

Definitely a quilt. The colors are so vibrant. Thank you for having the give-away.

SARAH said...

I WILL MAKE A QUILT FOR A BABY BOY.
FADER80QUILTING@GMAIL.COM

Nancy said...

why, a quilt of course!

Crickets Corner said...

If I won the five yards I would make five pillowcases for cancer kids because the colors are so happy and bright. If I won one of the smaller bundles I would make a donation quilt for the local hospital's emergency room.When a little one comes in hurt and scared they let them pick out a kid size quilt comfort them and keep.

jantre said...

If I won 1st prize I would us it to make a bean bag/pouf seat, but otherwise a quilt for my guest bedroom I'm redoing.

Betty said...

I see a great summer handbag with Paintbox Primaries and both that line and Sorbet in a quilt - what eye candy!!!!

ELNM said...

I'd love to make a fun summer skirt for my daughter, or a fabulous bag for me! Thanks for the chance!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

Anonymous said...

Either shirts or dresses sound good to me!

Carla G said...

I'd make clothes for my kids and put into a quilt. Thanks for a chance to win some awesome fabric! :)

Lindsey said...

I would use it to whip up a Spring dress for my one year old. Thanks for the opportunity!

kathy said...

I would love to use these fabrics with the patterns you feature on your website, by Simplicity, to make some clothing for my children.

Bakersfield Modern Quilt Guild said...

Those bright colors would be great for a summer picnic/beach quilt!

Irelle said...

Tote bags or quilts would be perfect in this collection!

Karen said...

I think these fabrics would be great for pillows, napkins and table runners.

Angie said...

I'd make napkins with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

Goosegirl said...

I would make a darling outfit for my daughters.

Cecilia said...

I would make a quilt and possibly tote bags for myself and my daughters. Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabric.

Cindy Is Crafty said...

I love the colors so much, I would make myself a big slouchy hobo bag!

Ginger said...

I would love to make a fun summer skirt.

ginger c at gmail dot com

Nancy said...

baby quilt!

This Dog's Mom said...

I love this fabric! Especially the sorbet - wonderful spring colors. My granddaughter has a birthday coming up in June and I would make a bright paintbox quilt for her. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

cranberrygirl said...

The fat quarters would make a beautiful quilt, but the paintbox fabric would make a really wonderful bright & mod dress.

Shameless Sweets said...

Love the vibrant colors. This would be so wonderful as a baby mobile!

My life and Croutons said...

Looking for a beautiful fabric to make a duffle bag for my teen daughter.

jessicaislove said...

How exciting! I love Cynthia's fashion and fragrance designs. I would probably make a colorblocked summer blouse, and possibly a picnic quilt. xoxo

AuntieE said...

I am a big fan of Cynthia Rowley's designs! I love Paint Box's bright colors and geometric designs. I would create a child's bean bag for my classroom. Not only would it provide a cozy place to read, but would also serve as a visual for art and math.

cat in tassie said...

Gorgeous fabrics! I'm just getting into 'modern' quilts so would combine these with white and lots of quilting.

Jennifer B said...

Wow - I'd love to make a square toss game, softies (stuffed animals), tablecloths, maybe a dress for my four year old and some pants for my 2 year old boy. So adorable and cheery!

Anonymous said...

I would love this fabric and would make my awesome greatr nephew another quilt

Donna said...

I would love to make a purse and/or tote bag out of any of this fabric. Then I could take the happiness of the fabric with me all the time.

cakegirl said...

Love the colors and boldness of this line. thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

vwlady said...

I'd make a new throw quilt for the couch. I use throws to give a quick change to any room. Any of these bundles would be a great pop of color! Thanks for the chance!

Magiann said...

Absolutely love the sorbet colour way. I think that I'd be really original and make a quilt ;-)

Anonymous said...

I have 2 little girls that would love matching dresses out of these. Gwendolen

KatheG said...

Looks like a new set of place mats and napkins and table runner for me! Thanks.

SewSuzie said...

These prints lend themselves perfectly for a smart crisp skirt.

Emy said...

I've had a idea to make a strip pieced quilt with lots of different free motion quilting techniques on it to teach myself how to do it. These fabrics would look stunning :)

Liz Mouse said...

I've always loved Cynthia Rowley clothes and her fabric designs are super! I can see some beautiful twirly skirts for my 2 daughters!

Linda said...

I would definitely make a bright and beautiful quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Rory said...

I make more fun quilts for my grandkids. They love them!

BillandCristin said...

Such beautiful patterns and colors! I've not made a quilt yet and I totally have the bug! I'm determined. :)

Barbara said...

I badly need a new apron or two, and some cute summer purses and beach bags, so that's what I'd be busy sewing if I had these very pretty, happy colored fabrics!

Gill said...

The sun is shining - I'd love to make a picnic quilt!

FlyingPurpleHippos.com said...

I would love to create a skirt or shirt out of the fabric.

Karrie Smith said...

either a bag or use them in a quilt. I looked on the designer inspiration page under your name, and I NEED to make that simplicity dress! It's so awesome!

Marcia W. said...

I would make a quilt -- Building Blocks by Heidi Pridemore is a perfect pattern for this Paintbox collection. I love those bright colors.

memmens said...

Wow these are superb, having just been sewing up kids clothes for KCW I think I'd use yardage in skirts for my girls and shorts for my boy - thanks so much for the chance

Deb said...

Oh my goodness!!! How bright and colorful!!! What a perfect name for the fabric--Paintbox!! I'd love to start a quilt with this fabric.

Hannah said...

Looks like it would make a great bay quilt! Rather thna pastel colors, this would be bright and colorful!

Brynne said...

Baprons for my baby boy. :)

Rilene said...

I would love to make a child's quilt for a dear little girl I know.

Sarah said...

I would make a kid's quilt as well! I have a little nephew who would like it.

Melamoo said...

Are you kidding me!? I went nuts thinking of the millions of things I could make with these gorgeous fabrics - quilts, pillows, skirts for me, dresses for my niece - the list could go on forever! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Anna W. said...

Beautiful...would love to make a quilt with these!

Yanexis said...

Love the colors. I would love to make: A rag doll, a quilt (table runner or bed quilt for a young girl), skirt with and top, table napkins and matching place-mats,cute summer bag or even a kitchen towel with matching potholder...

Dana Kruse said...

Love your site, I know that I am too late, but If I had this wonderful fabric I would make multiple Goose outfits for my naked Goose that sits on my front steps, she needs something to cheer her up.

robin said...

these fabrics would be turned into new placemats. thanks for the chance

Kathy4aday said...

Wouldn't these make a terrific reading tent? I can see it now! My granddaughter Zara would LOVE it!