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Monday, January 23, 2012

Small Giveaway - hand dyed "jelly roll"

I would like to share a small bit of my hand dyed fabric with someone.
Here are some photos:

There are about 23 different fabrics gradating from light to dark and blue to red. They are HAND-cut (by myself) into 2.5" strips. The red group of strips are a bit shorter than the blue and they are different lengths. What I'm saying is this is NOT a perfect group of strips, but I would love to see what someone else can do with them.

As you can see by the photos, the dye within each strip will be lighter on one end, and darker on the other. Some will look more solid, and some more dyed/marbled.

Leave a comment on my blog by Friday January 27th telling me what you think you could do with the strips and I'll pick a random winner and mail them out the following Monday.
Giveaway only open to US residents (I'm sorry.)
Please include your email in the comment if you're signing annonymously so I can contact you if you win.


  1. I just had to come over and see the pretties that you made! I have NO idea what I would use these as. But I admire them!

  2. I will make a beautiful quilt with them, maybe A Trip Around the World. And I will keep the scraps and tie my tomatoes up with them. I will have the most beautiful garden in Milton, thanks to you! Mud River Sue.

  3. These are just beautiful! I would make myself a quilt with these to snuggle under. I love hand dyed fabric but do not know how to dye it myself. Thank you for the opportunity to win some of this yummy fabric, Wendy

  4. Hi Katie!
    I just found your blog today and love your hand dyed fabric~i think a beautiful Fourth of July themed quilt would do your fabrics proud! You have a very happy blog~I will be back soon!

  5. I have recently become enamored of hand dyes. I would love to win this!

  6. Hi Katie. I just found your site through Project Quilting. I love your music bag! Turns out I am just down the road from you -- I'm in Ashland, KY. Your hand dyed fabrics are beautiful and I would love to use them in a wall hanging or tablerunner.

  7. I checked out your blog after seeing your comment on Creative Machine. My small group is currently making Quilts of Valor and your jelly roll would be perfect to use in one of those. Marilyn