Oh GNOME we didn’t!

WE DID!!!!!  We had an amazing time working with Izzy & Ivy Designs as our host of our Gnome Matter What! Blog Tour.   We had GNOME idea (ok, I’ll stop) how much we could adore each and every one of these projects.  Even better, we made new friends along the way.  Isn’t that the icing on the cake when working in a creative industry?  It’s so awesome to collaborate and share ideas and spread the enthusiasm for our fabric obsession!  🙂

Our current line, Gnome Matter What! by Alicia Jacobs Dujets for I&A, (in shops now) has inspired so many beautiful creations already.   Check out these projects, our new friends and their wonderful blogs to see how they brought these fabrics to life!   What will you create???

First up… our blog tour hostess:   Izzy & Ivy Designs

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Ava Tie Top Dress
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Addie Jo Skirt

My Sweet Sunshine 

 

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Evelyn Pattern Violette Field Threads

Pear Berry Lane 

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Left:  Madelyn Top and Willow Skirt from Violette Field Threads.  Right:  Swallowtail Top from luxe collection and Flexi Shorts from Tadah Patterns & Sewing

Lily Shine Creates



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Elodie Dress from Violette Field Threads

Pattern Revolution

 

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Idle Sunshine sewed up this awesome Lucy Racerback Tunic Dress from Simple Life Pattern Company.
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Love & Lilies Designs sewed up this adorable Georgia and Pearl Dress combo from Violette Field Threads!

 That’s Sew Kari

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Left: Versailles Dress Pattern and Right:  Monet Dress (modified without ruffles) both from Little Lizard King

Click here to check out ALL of the fabrics in this collection: 


Here’s a project or two we had sewn up!!!

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Our Graphic Designer, Autumn, with her Pixie Dots fabric flower and showing off the Monique dress pattern by Serendipity Studios

Gnome Matter What Giveaway

And… the GIVEAWAY!!!!!

A bonus!  Please follow and comment on this blog with your favorite project or fabric from this collection  (I know, I know, so hard to pick!)

One lucky winner will be selected from the blog comments next Friday, April 21st to receive our Floor Pouf Sample (all ready to take out to the garden…) and 1 yard cuts of the fabrics in this springy collection!  🙂

25 thoughts on “Oh GNOME we didn’t!

  1. My granddaughter would love that pouf. My husband loves anything with flamingos. I love all the fabric. Thanks for the wonderful, generous giveaway.

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  2. If I absolutely had to choose just one, it would be the Addie Jo skirt! But, I loved all of the dresses! Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful fabric and pouf! I would love to make my granddaughters skirts and dresses from your fabric.

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  3. I follow on FB. These dress are all adorable. Especially the Monet and Elodie. I would love to make these for my great nieces. And that fabric with the large flowers is calling my name

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  4. I love the Ava Tie Top dress by Izzy and Ivy Designs. All the patterns and fabrics are gorgeous. If I had to pick one fabric it would be the floral on the natural background. Thank you Ink and Arrow Fabrics for a wonderful giveaway!

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  5. I loved them all but with two little great granddaughters, the little dresses caught my eye. My favorite is the adorable Georgia and Pearl Dress combo from Violette Field Threads

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  6. As a gnome collector (a.k.a. crazy gnome lady) I have to say my favorite fabric in this line is the Lawn Ornaments in ALL the colorways. This would make fabulous kitchen curtains for my window I stare out to admire my gnome collection.

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