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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Per popular demand, our Free Scrap Bag Special is back!
 
The more you purchase, the more Free Scrap Bags are we going to send you.  You may get Amy Butler, Joel Dewberry, Heather Bailey or even Japanese Etsuko Furuya fabric scraps! 
 
Happy Valentine!
 

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Sunday, January 6, 2013
How about starting the New Year winning this beautiful Amy Butler Fabric Fat Quarter Bundle?  Here is your chance! 



Everyone has a chance to win.  All you have to do is leave a comment on this post answering this question:

"Who is your favorite Fabric Designer?"

This giveaway will end on Tuesday Jan. 14th. 

Earn up to 4 BONUS ENTRIES but just doing the following:

1. Tweet the giveaway.  Copy this:
Checkout @ImagineFabric Fabric Giveaway!  #giveaway #fabric: http://ow.ly/gA2lw
Then make sure to add an additional comment to this post with your Twitter ID.

2. Facebook this giveaway.  Copy this:
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3. Join our mailing list by submitting your e-mail address on our homepage where it says "JOIN OUR LIST" and post an additional comment that you joined the mailing list.

4. "PIN" your favorite Imagine Fabric fat quarter bundle or fabric design to your Pinterest Board.  Just click "add" on your Pinterest account.  Then add the link and add "Imagine Fabric" as the description.  Post an additional commend that you have "pinned" Imagine Fabric.





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Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Need to stock up on fabric for your Christmas DIY Gifts?  No better time to do so than now during our Fabric Sale.  Save 25% Off Fat Quarter Bundles, Jelly Rolls, and Quilt Squares
 
In addition, each order over $30 will automatically entered into a $50 store credit drawing!  Good luck ladies.
 



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Saturday, November 3, 2012
I saw this picture of a Christmas stocking made out of Amy Butler fabric on the HGTV blog and I was inspired to bring you this tutorial of various Christmas Stocking Tutorials.  Just in time to get you ready for the upcoming Holiday Season. 

 
There are so many wonderful Christmas Stocking Tutorials so I tried to pick only my favorites for you.  Make sure to stop by each of these bloggers wonderful Blog as each of them have easy to follow sewing tutorials for various occasions.
 
How fun is this Elf, Barefoot and Fancy Boot Stocking by Write From Karen:
 
Jingle Bell Stocking Tutorial provided to you by Martha Stewart:
 
Sparkly, Happy, No Sew Christmas Stocking by A Fanciful Twist:
 
 
Happy Sewing and Crafting to everyone!
 

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Thursday, November 1, 2012
This Shopping Carryall Bag Sewing Tutorial was brought to you by Sew4Home Blog.  This bag is functional and beautiful at the same time and a perfect companion for all your upcoming Holiday shopping.  Fabric used for this tutorial is designer by Melissa White

Make sure to visit the Sew4Home Blog for the very detailed step-by-step instructions that guides you through the entire processing of sewing this fantastic looking carryall bag. 

 
 Happy Sewing and Happy Shopping!

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
We are introducing to you our sister company Mod Diva where you can find some exquisite personal and home accessories made out of the highest quality textiles. 
 
As an Imagine Fabric fan, you will receive 20% off your order with Mod Diva; valid until Nov. 2nd.  Just use coupon code "moddiva20" during checkout. 
 
 

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Sunday, October 28, 2012
This quilt tutorial was created by Aoife H. who just started quilting this year.  Make sure to check out her blog to get the detailed instructions on how she crafted this beautiful quilt. 
 
 
Using pre-cut quilt squares is of great advantage to both beginners and experts as it saves a lot of cutting time. 
 
 
Furthermore, purchasing pre-cut fabric squares offers you usually a variety of designs, most of them from the same collection or color coordinated.  That saves money as you do not have to purchase all thd designs by the yard. 
 
 
Aoife used different fabric collections for this first quilt of hers and look how wonderful all the various colors and prints go together. 
 
 
Let's give it up for Aoife for having the courage to make this quilt! 
 
 
Job well done, Aoife. 

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012
 
We partnered up with Diane from In My Own Style to bring you this Fabric Covered Box Tutorial.  Make sure to check out Diane's Blog as she brings some fantastic tutorials that you will absolutely love. 
 
With the holiday season approaching, it's time to think of some DIY gift tutorials that are super fun and budget friendly.  These fabric covered boxes are a gift within themselves but of course, you can fill them will all kinds of goodies. That's like receiving a gift within a gift.  The boxes are reusable for the recipient and eco-friendly.  Who would not love that? 
 
Fabric used for the featured turquoise colored boxes are from Annette Tatum.  This Collection is the Mod Collection by Annette Tatum. 
 
 
Supplies Needed for this tutorial:
Fabric
Boxes (shoe box style with separate lid and bottom)
Spray Glue
Scissor
Ruler
Pencil
Optional: white glue and paint brush
 
 

 
1. Measure the bottom and the sides of your box.  Add 1 inch to each side and cut your fabric accordingly. 
 
2. Spray the bottom of your box with spray glue.  Once glue is tacky, place it on top of your pre-cut fabric (left side of the fabric up).  Align your ruler along one side of the box so it extends beyond the edge (see picture 2).  Draw a line long the edge of the ruler and cut along the line.  You will have a flap that will be the exact width of the box. 
 
3. Repeat drawing and cutting for the other 3 corners (pictures 3 & 4)
 
4.  Spray glue on the 2 long sides of the box. Once glue is tacky, bring the fabric sides up and wrap excess around the short side of the box.  Use your scissor to cut a straight line from the edge of the fabric to the box corner.  Tuck and adhere excess fabric to the inside of the box (pictures 5 & 6).
 

 
Once the two long sides are done, bring the fabric flap on the sides up and adhere. 
 

 
Note: If the fabric on the edge of the flap is fraying, you can use some white glue along the edge of the fabric edge.  White glue will dry clear and will prevent your fabric from fraying. 
 
Voila, you are done!  Happy Crafting!
 

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Sunday, October 14, 2012
 
Japanese fabric designer Etsuko Furuya is known for his blissful works of arts that uses vibrant colors and animated graphics for it to look stunning and indeed exceptional.  This Savannah Purple fabric print is a beautiful example and representation of her design style. 
 

{1. Purple Pillow by Mod Diva 2. Diaper Bag by Gertrude & the Ivy}

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