FUGLY fabric party – now closed

7 May

Welcome to the party!

Have you come over from Lucy’s?  If so you will know that she’s organised the party, if you didn’t know and if your looking for more Fugly fabric then hop on over to hers and find the list of other blogs who are joining in.

So what have I got for you?  6 fat quarters of fabric.  They’ve been sat in my stash for a year…a couple of times I’ve pulled them out wondering who I might use them, and each time I’ve put them back.

Not 'fugly' fabric

Would you like them?  They could be yours, all I ask is that you leave a comment below telling me that you do want them and that you will use them and not just stash them for a year!  If I get more than one request then I will use the Random Number Generator to tell me who to send it to.

If you’re not so keen on this fabric but would like something more delicious check out my new Etsy shop where I’m selling vintage sheet charm squares.


I will close comments on Monday 14th May at 20:00 UK time and announce a winner soon after.

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46 Replies to “FUGLY fabric party – now closed

  1. i love these i would use them to put towards a little patchwork blanket im making for my friends little boy they would look fab incorporated in it and i may just make a little fabric mini bunting with the scraps too. x

  2. Wow, I don’t think they’re fugly…I think they’re gorgeous! So many things I could make…a backpack, bunting, or even a shirt or shorts for my little guy…a phone case or man bag for my big guy…or a gorgeous handbag for my self! So many things……lol! Thank you for the chance to win them! 😀 x

  3. I love them – nothing blue could be fugly in my opinion 🙂 I’m making some man-friendly gifts and these blues would really help me along!!

  4. wow, thank you so much for giving these away, I have two little kids and it’s always a challenge to me to find something cool to create for them!

  5. I promise I would make fabric-covered sewing box for my granddaughter within a year!

  6. I would ask my daughter to make two huge cushions for my great-grandsons.

  7. I want to make a union jack quilt for the jubilee and the blues will be perfect for the blue sections. The White will also work well in the white sections. Luckily, as Red is my favourite colour, i already have various Red fabrics i can use.

  8. I would love the fabric and promise to make something very nice! I would post a pic to prove it!

  9. The fabric is beautiful. I would love to have them to go in a little boy’s quilt. It is on my next to do list.Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  10. I love blues and think yours are beautiful and not at all fugly. I would use these in a quilt top I’ve been wanting to make for my son. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  11. Hiya Mary

    Any chance of fabric going and I’m in there. If I won, I’d actually make something for myself!! I would make a lovely stripey cushion for our recently acquired VW campervan (T5) not a splitty.


  12. These are really lovely, classic colours and they would look great in a quilt. Thanks so much for posting them!

  13. Great giveaway – and those aren’t fugly at all!! I’d try to use them in with a few of my other blues that I want to make a quilt with. Thanks for the chance.

  14. I would luv to take those off your hands! I am making a denim and cotton picnic quilt and they would look AMAZING with the jeans squares I already have cut up!!!!

  15. I think a quilt for my son would be a good use for such beautiful fabric

  16. I would use them in my granny square blocks I’m planning a second lot and these would go great.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway =D

  17. Thanks for the chance to win some “unfugly to me” fabric. These will look good with the browns we have to make a traditional blue and brown quilt, a favorite combination of colors. We are not stashers as like to actually make bed quilts (my mother and I). mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

  18. Those are not fugly.
    I see a couple of them that would make great accent pieces in the quilt I am making for myself! Yes, I am making myself a quilt, instead of someone else right now.

  19. I love blue & would love to incorporate them into a blue and white hexi quilt for me. I think I should have a quilt of my own.

  20. I am really getting into Dresden Plates at the moment, and think these would make a great baby or lap quilt!!

  21. I adore blues and I love making string quilts. These would create fantastic shadows giving a sort of 3D effect.

  22. They look like great prints that I could use on some of my Block Lotto monthly blocks! I’d love to win. THANKS!

  23. Wow! Not so ugly! I would use them in a charm quilt that I am making right now. The more the merrier! Thanks!

  24. • • • Those would be perfect for my next project. Thanks for picking them out for me. 😉

  25. I would definitely use them as I am working saving fabrics for a brown and blue quilt. I’ve got the browns, now I need the blues 🙂 Thanks!

  26. I would use these to make my mum-in-law’s day–she is collecting blue fabrics to make a quilt and I have been stashing some scraps for her as I go–these would really add impact!

  27. Oh dear, blue is my fave colour and they would be perfect in a quilt for our spare room that I’m in the process of redecorating and May 14th is my birthday. Winning these would just be perfect!

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  29. Not fugly at all! None of it would go to waste – at least some into a boy’s Siblings Together quilt, I think.

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  31. I am currently making a couple of sampler quilts – – blue and green seem to be staples in my quilts. What a bonus these would be.

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