Monday, February 24, 2014

Featuring Oakshott Fabrics and a give away


Today I am featuring my wonderful sponsor, Oakshott Fabrics. Oakshott Fabrics is a family run business in the UK, and I have had the pleasure of visiting twice with Micheal Oakshott in person at the Fat Quarterly Retreat in London. He is charming, interesting, and committed to providing top quality, beautiful fabrics to quilters and the sewing community. Michael and his mother Julia have and continue to develop the most beautiful colour range of the beautiful quality unique fabrics in careful and thoughtful partnerships with their suppliers.

Oakshott Fabrics has the fastest and most efficient shipping of any fabric store I have dealt with - generally if I order on Monday I have the order in my hands in Canada by the same week's end, usually sooner. Also, if you do not live in the UK, you will not be charged the British VAT taxes, they are taken off before you checkout. These fabrics are also becoming more available at other shops around the world too.

Crimson, Pink, Blood Orange and Saffron - Red inspired mini quilts

A shot cotton generally has two different colours woven together, one in the warp and a different one in the weft. The differences in those colours gives the fabric depth and movement. The use of wonderful cotton threads adds the shine and sparkle to these 100% cotton fabrics that is so hard to photograph.

Red

My love of Oakshott Fabric's shot cottons has been long standing and you have seen them often on my blog. You might remember my quilt Red, which is made from Oakshott Colourshotts and Essex Linen. This quilt just shines in the sun.


Today I have two prizes to give away, and I think we should have two winners. One is that beautiful package of fat eights of Lipiari shot cottons. Each of these fabrics is has a black warp and a colourful weft. They sparkle like the downtown lights on a midnight walk just after the rain. One day I will make a cocktail dress out of one of these fabrics, they are so elegant.

Ohio Stars

I tend to pair the Oakshotts with Essex Linen it seems, here are my stars made with Lipiaris, but they work fantastically with regular quilting cottons too.

Stars, a table runner


I made the Lipiari stars  into a lovely runner that works all winter, not just for the holidays and is still out on my sideboard.


Our other prize is a set of 10" squares (layer cake size) of the 30 fabrics in the new Colourshott line. Michael has been working hard over the last several months to develop these new Colourshotts. The colours and drape of the fabrics are fantastic.


So to enter to win one of these two prizes, here are the three options for entries into the random draw:

  • Leave me a comment letting me know if you have used Oakshott shot cottons before, which of these two prizes you prefer and what you are thinking of using them for.
  • Sign up for the the Oakshott Fabrics Newsletter and leave me another comment to let me know you did or that you are already signed up. Go here to sign up for the newsletter at the bottom right.
  • If you have already done both of the above, and follow my blog or me on Instagram or become a new follower, you can have leave a third comment letting me know you do.
  • Make sure I can reach you, if in doubt, put your email address in your comments.

I will close this draw at 6:00 p.m. Friday, February 28. It will be a wonderful month end win for a couple of you.

she can quilt

By the way, Jess and I are so pleased that so many of you have filled out our survey for Decipher Your Quilt. If you have not filled it out yet, please go here to read about our new series and I hope you will take a minute to fill in the survey too.

Best,

Leanne

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Debbie said...

What lovely fabrics! I have yet to try Oakshotts but definitely would love to! I especially love that fat 1/8th bundle, but would gladly use either - most likely in a quilt!

Kate said...

That table runner is beautiful! Did you "draw" the four patches in when quilting? (And I'm a follower. In Feedly. Probably Bloglovin too.)

momma said...

I've not tried them yet, but I've been watching the wonderful creations others have been using them for with a touch of jealousy. I would use them to make some pieced pillows, as I think they look so luxurious.

Kate said...

And I've never used Oakshott, since they're not readily available over here yet. I'm jealous of everyone who does!

Leanne Parsons said...

Those colours look amazing! I've never sewn with Oakshott before, but I sure would love the chance to try them out. I don't know what I'd use them for and I'd probably just admire and pet them for a while before deciding. Thanks for the chance to win.

DeniseMarie said...

I've never used Oakshott cottons, but that Lipiari bundle is gorgeous! That would be my first choice, but the Colourshotts look beautiful too!

Catherine said...

They are beautiful, aren't they? I have used them and love them. I'd be happy with either one, and would have to think of the perfect project before daring to cut them!

Catherine said...

I'm already signed up for their newsletter:-)

Catherine said...

and I follow your lovely blog!

SewLittleToSay said...

I've never sewn with Oakshotts but would love to use the Lipari bundle in a quilt for my husband. The black warp makes it look quite a manly fabric.

SewLittleToSay said...

I already get the Oakshott newletter.

SewLittleToSay said...

And I already follow your blog with Bloglovin.

DeniseMarie said...

And I follow your blog.

Anonymous said...

These look just fantastic! I haven't tried Oakshotts but have heard so much that I would really love to sew with them. Both prizes would make me most happy and I guess they would became a quilt. Thank you for a great give awayt! x Teje
nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

Catskill Quilter said...

I have never used Oakshott fabrics, but love their appearance! I would prefer the Lipiari - wouold love to make a table runner using them.

Linda said...

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SuzyMcQ said...

I happily follow your blog!

SuzyMcQ said...

Signed up for the Oakshott newsletter!

Catskill Quilter said...

I receive their email newsletter!

Catskill Quilter said...

I follow you with feedly!

Linda said...

BEAUTIFUL FABRICS! I'D SELECT THE NEW OAKSHOTT LINE!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

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Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Yum yum! Yes I have tried Oakshott - the shine and shimmer is delicious. I like to use spray starch when I sew with them.

Taya@TypeB said...

I haven't used them, yet, but really enjoyed seeing other's projects using them. I would probably use them for a quilting project - maybe something smaller like a wall-hanging or table runner, that way I could enjoy them all the time!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I am an Oakshott newsletter receiver!

SuzyMcQ said...

I've never used Oakshotts before, but have wanted to! I'm so pleased that we can now get them in the US and would love to make a quilt I've had my eye on that would be perfect for the new Colourshotts! They look so wonderful and the colors amazing!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I follow your blog :) Hope you are having a FAB Monday :)

What Comes Next? said...

love your projects - you're right the colours just glow in these fabrics. I've not made anything with Oakshott fabrics, but I have quilted a project. Such a treat! Would love to give them a whirl myself. Love both options, but the colours in the Colourshott line look fabulous, so that's my first choice. I think I'd make a table runner and placemats so I could enjoy them everyday

What Comes Next? said...

I get the Oakshotts Newsletter

What Comes Next? said...

I follow your blog

charlotte said...

I have never used Oakshott before, but would love to try them. I would probably be more likely to use the 10 inch squares as the colors would go better with my stash. That said, I would probably have to see them first and pull from my stash to compliment them, and then they would become a quilt of some sort, or perhaps some more pillows.

charlotte said...

I follow your blog.

Jenny Larking said...

I haven't used them got but they look so gorgeous I want to. I wouldn't mind which I had although the fat eighths might be more useful to me. jennylarking@gmail.com

Jenny Larking said...

I follow you. jennylarking@gmail.com

Jenny Larking said...

I receive the newsletter. jennylarking@gmail.com

audrey said...

I've never used Oakshotts before, but I'd love to give them a go. I do love shot cottons! The fat eighth bundle is divine, but really, I'm not sure you can go wrong with either! :)

Laura said...

I have never even seen Oakshott in person but I would love to try it because I drool every time I see photos of it online!

Laura said...

I signed up for Oakshott's email newsletter.

Laura said...

I follow you on feedly.

Anne said...

Layer cake fabrics look great. Would use them along with other fabrics in my current quilt!

Anne said...

I subscribe to the oak shot newsletter.

Anne said...

And I follow your blog in the old reader. Thanks.

Lisa Marie said...

I have never had any Oakshott fabrics. My top choice if I should be lucky enough to win would be the Lipiari shot cottons because they are so different from anything I have. I would love to use them in some of the lap quilts I am working on for Christmas gifts.

Lisa Marie said...

I get the Oakshott newsletter.

Lisa Marie said...

I follow your blog via GFC.

Crafty Coffin said...

I've not used Oakshott (or any) shot cottons before but I've totally lusted after them for a long time. I love both prizes but my preference would be for the layer cake fabrics - I'd love to do something to take advantage of the spectrum of colors.

Crafty Coffin said...

I signed up for Oakshott's newsletter.

Mary Keasler said...

I have had a long love affair with shot cottons. Although I have yet to get my hands on Oakshott fabrics, I would love to do so. I subscribed to their newsletter and have been one of your fans for quite a while. ;-)

Crafty Coffin said...

I follow you via bloglovin'

Monika said...

Hi, I've never used Oakshott before but I heard lots about it - would love to try!!! The layer cake looks really interesting :) I'm thinking runner or wallhanging, I used to be a batik girl and I'm starting to develo a more modern stash, so not exactly sure yet what. If postage to New Zealand is too dear, no worries. Would live to see what the winner does with it!!! My email is monquilts{at}gmail[dot]com

Monika said...

Oh yes, I have followed for some time, nowadys via Feedly.

Tabitha Keener said...

I've never used Oakshott cotton but I would love too! I like the colors in the layer cake best but the fat eighth are great too. I would probably make a few pillows and a throw. I really love these colors. Thanks

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Donna W said...

I have not used Oakshott fabrics yet, but, they are gorgeous and would love to try them. The fat 1/8's would be a great start to a "star" quilt. I just love the stars that you made.

Tabitha Keener said...

I signed up for Oakshotts newsletter. Thanks

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Donna W said...

I signed up for Oakshott's newsletter

Grandma Ruthie said...

I love the colourshott 10" squares. I've seen Oakshott cottons at a few quilt shows and drool over them (not literally!) every time. As for what I would make, honestly I'm not 100% sure. My dinette area needs a new wall hanging and these would work really nice! Guess I've decided!

Tabitha Keener said...

I follow you on pretty much everything. Thanks

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Donna W said...

I follow your blog via email.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I have not tried them yet but have wanted some Oakshot for quite some time! Such rich lovely colors!

Grandma Ruthie said...

I follow your blog via Bloglovin'

Grandma Ruthie said...

I signed up for the Oakshott Newsletter

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

I love that layer cake. I'd love to make a shrunken-down scrappy trip around the world table runner.

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

And i already receive the Oakshott newsletter.

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

and I follow you on bloglovin'.

Theglasdiva said...

Aren't these fabrics gorgeous! I have signed up for their newsletter. Thanks!

Jenny said...

id love the Oakshotts. havent used them, but really really want to. i use solids in a big portion of my sewing...thanks fo ra chance.

Katherine McNeese said...

I have some fat eights in red for a Valentine quilt, which of course, isn't even started. LOL!

Katherine McNeese said...

I recieve Oakshott's newsletter

Katherine McNeese said...

I follow you by email!
thanks for the giveaway!

Terri van Gulik said...

I have not used Oakshot before, but I would like to try them. I think I would choose the 10" squares, because they are a little brighter. I do like the darker tones in the fat quarters, but more for fall or early winter. Now I'm ready for brighter,springier colours.

Erin McSweeney said...

I have never used Oakshotts before but would love to win the fat eights of Lipiari shot cottons. I think these would make a lovely quilt for my couch.

mcsweeney.erin@gmail.com

Terri van Gulik said...

I have signed up for email updates from Oakshott Fabrics.

Terri van Gulik said...

I've done the first two, and I already follow you by bloglovin and email.

DonnaM said...

I'd love the chance to work with these fabrics. I'd use the 10" squares for a lap quilt for my sister. Thanks for the chance to win either.

Robin said...

If these shine more than in your photos they must be lovely! I'd love the Oakshots - don't know what I'll do with them. I'll just have to wait for inspiration. Thanks.

Brenda said...

I've never tried Oakshotts but I love working with solids, so I would make a solid quilt with them. I'd be happy with either prize. thanks for the chance.

Robin said...

I've signed up for the newsletter!

knottygnome said...

i have never used oakshotts but i would love to try them!

Robin said...

I already follow you via email. Thanks.

Judith said...

I've never even seen Oakshott fabrics up close and personal, but they look beautiful in photos even though they don't show the full depth of colour typical of the (generally handwoven) shot cottons that I have seen. I love drama of the liparis, but the colours in the layer cake look so intense and vibrant. If I were lucky enough to win, I'd be happy to have either. Whichever, it would be made into a lap quilt for my sewing room. I have a small daybed in there, and it's often the only sunny spot in the house in winter, so I can generally be found there doing handwork. I like the idea of a cocktail dress though. Thanks for the chance to win.

Judith said...

I already get the Oakshott newsletter. Thanks again for the chance to win.

Judith said...

And, I follow your blog on feedly.

Joan H. said...

Beautiful fabric! I had never heard of it before but I would love to win the Colourshott squares to make some pillows

audrey said...

I've only had one piece of Oakshot and I used them for leaves and stems in one of my quilts--gorgeous! Would love to make a quilt with the fatquarters in the starring role.:)

Joan H. said...

I follow you by Bloglovin

Lisa said...

I have not used them yet, I would love either but lean towards the layer cake, and I'm not sure what I would use them for. Would like to get them and feel of them and pet them and think on it for a while!

Ioleen Kimmel said...

I've used shott cottons before but not Oakshott. I just finished a class using hexagons (I used the shott cottons in a place mat) and would use the fat eights for a runner. I signed up for their newsletter and I follow your blog. Take care.

Jusmom1 said...

I have never used Oakshott, but would LOVE to give them a try! The colors are just beautiful! Of course I would love the fat eights, but the layers cake would be wonderful also to try such beautiful fabric. Thank you for the chance to win!

Jusmom1 said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Jusmom1 said...

I follow you on Bloglovin!

elle said...

I follow you, Leannne. And I'd luv to follow you down this particular fabric trail.

elle said...

I do get the newsletter as I am itching to try Oakshott fabrics.

Anonymous said...

I haven't used Oakshott fabrics yet, but I have heard a lot about them. Both of the giveaways are great but I think I would use the fat eighth bundle to make a new quilt for my bed. Thanks!

elle said...

IF I won, I think I'd chose the 10 inch squares because I am fixated on 12 monthly wall hangings and these smack of Easter to me. The other set I'd do a fall or winter theme and I'm really trying to think SPRING!

Marci Girl said...

I don't think I have ever used their fabric..so that being said I would really love either, the F8 being my first choice simply because the colors are so dark and beautiful!

Marci Girl said...

I am a blog follower!

Vera said...

I never worked with these pretty fabrics. Thanks for a giveaway. I'm taking my chance to win :-)

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

I haven't used them yet. I think I would prefer the later cake but either would be great. I wasn't too make a wall hanging for my living room.

Anita said...

I have never used the Oakshott shot cottons before, but I long to try! The colors look so delicious!
My first choice would be the fat eight bundle, and it would turn out to be a luxurious table runner. But, the colors of the layer cake bundle are also tempting!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Anita said...

I have signed up for their newsletter.

Anonymous said...

I signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.

Anita said...

I follow your blog.

Anonymous said...

I follow you by email.

Chiska said...

I haven't used shot cottons, but thanks for the explanation of what they are. I love fabric that "moves" I'd love to make a quilt for my Mom and Dad with the Fat Eighth bundle. I've been looking for something like this. Thank you!

kay said...

I haven't used shot cottons YET, but I've been wanting to! Both bundles are equally gorgeous; I have no preference for one over the other. I would definitely use them to make a bed-size quilt.

kay said...

I follow you via bloglovin.

kay said...

I have subscribed to Oakshott's newsletter.

Chiska said...

I subscribed to Oakshott's newsletter.

Chiska said...

I follow you.

craftykaren said...

I am a follower, using Feedly.

Katrina said...

I've never used oakshott fabrics, but they are soooo yummy! I would love to win this incredible bundle.

craftykaren said...

I would love a chance for either bundle, but if pushed to choose, I think the colors of the Colorshott work best with my existing stash. I have used shot cottons before, making a series of placemats, mixing with linen.

Anonymous said...

I follow your blog! Jalalonde@aol.com
Love the saturated colors of these oak shots!

Ioleen Kimmel said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Ioleen Kimmel said...

I follow your blog.

Anonymous said...

I now am receiving their newsletter! Pick me, pick me!

Anonymous said...

That was me Jayne, jalalonde@aol.com

Lori said...

Love the oakshot colours. Beautiful. I have never worked with oakshott cotton.

Vicki H said...

I haven't used Oakshott fabrics yet. I would love the layer cake and use in a quilt.

Vicki H said...

I already get the Oakshotts Newsletter.

Vicki H said...

I am a follow with bloglovin.

Jackie said...

I used Oakshott fabric in my last quilt and was very pleased with the results. I'd love to win the Fat Eighth bundle to mix in with my Kaffe Fassett fabric.

Nessa said...

I've never used oakshot fabric before either. If I won I would use the fat eighth bundle to create godet's in a denim skirt! I think they'd look splendid!

judys said...

These are some gorgeous looking fabrics!

judys said...

and yes, I follow your blog and just signed up for the newsletter.....

Quilting Tangent said...

Never used Oakshott Fabrics before. The colors in the layer cake look wonderful. Would use for a free motion quilt sampler. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Quilting Tangent said...

Following you on bloglovin'. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Sharon said...

I've never (yet) used Oakshott but would like to! Both prizes are beautiful! If I had the layer cake, I'd make something simple, maybe a postage stamp throw with some stash fabrics mixed in. If I had the fat eighth bundle, ooh, I have a yard of linen that would go great with those . . .

Karen Hillier said...

I have not used Oakshott yet but I would love to try with the new color line! Thanks.

Karen Hillier said...

I signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.

Sharon said...

I follow you on bloglovin'.

Sharon said...

I've just signed up for the Oakshott newsletter!

Ali said...

I used a charm pack of them once, for a pillow. I'd prefer the Colourshotts if I won because I really like the bright colors there!

Ali said...

I subscribe to their newsletter too, thank you for the giveaway!

Beth said...

Oh it would not matter which one! I love them both and would make a quilt with Essex linen. I love that look.

Beth said...

I follow you on bloglovin!

Ali said...

I follow you in my RSS feed too, thank you again! And I forgot to say what I'd used the prize for if I won, and thats probably because I don't know! I am curious about making a cafe curtain or something for my sunny kitchen window with them!

Archie the wonder dog said...

I adore Oakshott fabrics - they're so lovely to sew, either by hand or machine. I don't mind which prize I get (as long as I get one *wink*) so if I'm lucky enough to win please give the other winner their first choice! I love your tiny Lipari stars - they're fabulous!

Archie the wonder dog said...

I already receive the Oakshott newsletter.

Archie the wonder dog said...

I follow your blog through Feedly xx

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Hi Leanne...thank you for such a wonderful giveaway!! I have never worked with Oakshott fabrics..never, but would love to!! They look fantastic with that sheen you mentioned. But, if I am luckly enough to win...I would be very happy with either that you choose.

Amber P. said...

I've never used Oakshott, but have been lusting over them online recently. I think they'd be a great addition to any quilt--the colors just look so rich and interesting. The colourshotts look gorgeous too, but my first choice would definitely be the Lipiari shot cottons.

Amber P. said...

I follow you on Bloglovin'.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I already get their newsletter....thank you

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I am a long time follower of your blog

Patchwork and Play said...

My budget does not stretch to these beautiful Oakshotts! I can only dream of winning either of these giveaways. Needless to say, I would only look at it until I found THE perfect project! Thanks for the chance to win some Leanne!

Patchwork and Play said...

And, of course I am a follower!

Patchwork and Play said...

I receive the Oakshotts newsletter! At least I can dream......

Amanda Millar said...

I've never used Oakshotts before, but I've admired many people using them! I'd love the fat quarter bundle, and I would love to make a scenery quilt...a forrest. :-)

Kay said...

I have signed up for the newsletter.

Taisia @ Piecing Light said...

The Oakshott 10" pack would be interesting to give a try, having not used Oakshotts before: I have some shot greys I'd be interested to see how the bright colours work against.

Kay said...

I haven't tried the Oakshott fabrics but can see how beautiful they are and would like to make some cushions with the fabric. I would happily have either prize.

Kay said...

I already follow with GFC. xx

Jenny said...

I'd love the FE bundle, because they look so beautiful together. I'd quilt them, probably with some Essex (!), and no, I've never used them before but I've heard a LOT about them. Thank you!

Jenny said...

I follow you via Feedly, thanks again!

the running hare said...

I've used Oakshott fabrics in my FQR Quilt Bee 2012 ( yet to be assembled into a quilt) and also in a draught excluder ( also yet to be finished). I also have enough for another quilt but have only done one block so far. The fabrics are beautiful and as you say don't photograph well

the running hare said...

I'm a follower

the running hare said...

I already receive the Oakshott newsletter. Thanks for this lovely giveaway Leanne.

Gill said...

I've used Oakshott before and I'd love to use them again !!

Gill said...

I already get the Oakshott newsletter!

Gill said...

GFC follower!

Kathy C said...

I follow you via Bloglovin. kcannon@anwsu.org

Kathy C said...

I have never sewn with Oakshot before but I want to make a snowball quilt with text prints in the corners and I think the Oakshot would give it depth. kcannon@anwsu.org

Paula said...

I've not used Oakshotts yet but I do have plans to make a table runner and mats set featuring them. I would love to win either prize.

Paula said...

I follow you via Bloglovin

Beth said...

I haven't used Oakshotts yet but I want to and I LOVE what you made with them.

Beth said...

I get the newsletter.

Beth said...

I follow your blog.

Mari Ohenoja-Miettinen said...

These fabrics are new for me. I'm into bags at the moment, so probably an elegant purse would be perfect. Both sets look lovely! Greetings from Finland! (ma.mi.oja@suomi24.fi)

SIMPLESEW said...

I do get the newsletter as I am itching to sew with a little bundle of Fat 8 I bought .. they had beautiful fall colors and purple in them, I wanted a runner for the front of the fireplace and didnt get to it. But they are soft so a pillow would be better.. and be out all year.

SIMPLESEW said...

I follow your blog.

SIMPLESEW said...

I get their NL, I would prefer the layer cake to go with my stack I own.. I quilt alot with Linen, love it, I even cut up old clothes for that sweet look. I am going to Greece in September, I want some nice linen to wear..

heart of charnwood said...

I love both the prizes, but would love to have the Liparis! I already have 2 mini bundles of Oakshotts, and have a design in mind, but just haven't gotten round to it yet! Thx for such a fab giveaway :o)

heart of charnwood said...

I already get the newsletter :o)

heart of charnwood said...

And of course i'm a follower :o)

L said...

I think I'd go for the Lipari, to use in a throw for our living room. I've never tried Oakshott's before (the price is a bit prohibitive), but I've definitely wanted to try them for a while!

leanne said...
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leanne said...

ooooh what a wonderful giveaway - I have made a little quilt out of colourshott and loved using them ! hard to pick which one I'd love to win but I'd love to make a bigger quilt in these fabrics (maybe the colourshotts !)

leanne said...

thanks so much for a wonderful giveaway - I already subscribe to the Oakshott newsletter !

leanne said...

I follow your blog and instagram too !

Katy Cameron said...

Oh I do love Oakshott. My New York Beauty cushion is in Oakshott, and I have some stashed for another project I haven't quite got to yet *ahem* Still, in the meantime either of these prizes would fit into my stash nicely :oD

Katy Cameron said...

I get the newsletter

Katy Cameron said...

And I follow you all over the place ;o)

beverley brawn said...

Love oakshotts the dual colours match with so many other fabrics. Also the service you get from the company is so helpful . Would love to try the new colourshotts

Erin Quinn said...

I have not used Oakshott before, although I have stalked their shop many times. I desperately want some, but always seem to be able to talk myself out of it when it comes to hitting the purchase button.
E xx

Erin Quinn said...

I follow you through Bloglovin
E

Gertie Pye said...

Oh I love Oakshotts! I have used some Longshott and the old Colourshotts before and have a F8 bundle of the Ruby Reds asking me to do something amazing with them. The Oakshott stall was my first port of call at the Retreat market - I had been stalking the Reds and the Liparis online for weeks before. Would love to see the new Colourshott colours - they look superb x

Gertie Pye said...

...and yes I already subscribe to the Oakshott newsletter x

Lauren said...

Hi! I have never used oakshott cotton but have had my eye on them! I would love either bundle that look beautiful! I would definitely use the in a quilt and maybe some pillows! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Gertie Pye said...

... and yes I already follow your blog! And now following on Instagram too (I am a bit new to IG) x

Lauren said...

I just subscribed to the newsletter! Thanks!

Lauren said...

I follow you via e-mail! Thanks again!

Karen H said...

I think my first choice would be the Colourshot layer cake. I an idea for pieced triangles in mind and I think the Colourshot line would be perfect.

Kendra Watson said...

Either prize would be wonderful, I have never used these but I keep hearing how great they are. I think I need to take a look at purchasing some and dreaming up a project worthy of them.

Thanks for the chance, misspbar at hotmail.com

Kendra Watson said...

Signed up for the newsletter :)
Misspbar at hotmail.com

Karen H said...

I signed up for the Oakshott Newsletter. I'm off to visit the site and see what's on offer! I'm sure I'll find plenty to tempt me!

Kendra Watson said...

I follow your blog with Feedly

Misspbar at hotmail.com

Karen H said...

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LethargicLass said...

Wow... Oakshotts are kind of my dream fabric :) I would love the Lipari's as the dark running through them is simply gorgeous... I have a quilt idea in mind... a sort of building blocks feel...

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Crickets Corner said...

I haven't used them before but would use them in a quilt. The Lipiari Fat Eights collection would be my first choice as it would make a beautiful Autumn quilt. The jewel tones are to die for. For some reason it's not letting me sign in via google so here's the email: edrin1932@gmail.com

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