Urban Threads fabric is here

*Update – Contest is Closed! Winners announced soon*

Did you ever stop and think… Gee, how awesome would it be if I could have some fabric that perfectly matched my favorite embroidery series? You can select your answer below.

A) Really awesome

B) Totally awesome

C) Awesomley awesome

D) All of the above

I’d say D, but I’ll give anyone extra credit for C, since you appear to like the word awesome as much as I do. And it is AWESOME!

That’s right, Urban Threads has opened a Spoonflower store where you can buy fabrics to match some of your favorite series! It’s a small selection to start, but we thought we’d offer some of our holiday favorites, including our new Robot Christmas designs, and then expand with your requests.

So, you might ask, what is this Spoonflower and how does it work?

Spoonflower is an online store that makes it possible for individuals to design, print and sell their own fabric designs. What this means for us is that without having to go full on into the textiles business, we can offer you awesome Urban Threads designs on fabric for your crafty needs. Spoonflower will print and ship your fabric directly do you, on demand.

This also means that for ordering purposes, all questions about fabric, shipping or general customer service should be dealt with through the Spoonflower site. You can e-mail us with groovy new fabric design ideas, but if you have a question about how long your order is going to take to get to Tahiti, you’ll need to contact Spoonflower, since we’ll be unable to help you. We just make the designs. Gotcha?

Sweet. Let’s get on to the fabric candy.


The Robot Christmas Collection

We’ve created four collections, each with two fabric designs in it. We couldn’t of course launch this new Spoonflower adventure without kicking it off with our new Robot Christmas embroidery series (on sale for a limited time!)

You can get the matching Spoonflower Robot Christmas collection here, featuring a full crazy lineup of all the robot characters, or a simpler little robo-gift pattern.


The Primitive Christmas Collection

We’ve also turned our popular Primitive Christmas embroidery series into it’s own fabric line.

You can check out the fabric collection here, featuring all the primitive characters, or just a cute little coordinating candy fabric to dress up your designs.


The Steampunk Christmas Collection

You didn’t think we forgot about Steampunk, did you?

What do you take us for?

Yup, your favorite Steampunk Christmas embroidery series is now available in it’s own fabric collection, featuring the full Steampunk Christmas characters, or you could just grab those steampunk snowflakes to add some simple gear-tastic goodness to this holiday season.


The Wonderland Collection

Finally, though it’s not Christmas themed, we just couldnt resist taking our mega-popular Wonderland embroidery series and giving it some Spoonflower magic.

Check out the Wonderland collection, featuring all your favorite characters, or a simple playing card suit for linings or edgings to any Wonderland design.


We are SO excited about this new venture into the fabric world. We hope you guys love it. It’s not all we’re excited about today though, because this weekend we’re giving away a chance for three lucky people to win three yards of Urban Threads fabric each. That’s right, we’ll ship you three yards of our quilting weight fabric, with any designs you like! Pick two yards of one kind, one yard of another, or go crazy with a full three yards of the one you love most. It’s up to you.

How do you enter? Just leave a comment on this post telling us what you might do with this fabric (that can include anything from project ideas to just staring at it happily, as far as we’re concerned) by Monday 11:59am, central time. Three lucky winners will be chosen at random to try out their favorite Urban Threads fabric on us.

What are you waiting for? Leave you comment below to enter! Good luck, and we hope you enjoy browsing our new Spoonflower fabrics. We can’t wait to see what you create with them!

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339 Responses to “Urban Threads fabric is here”

  1. 1
    Rain says:

    First, I will run around jumping and squeeing. Then I would make something cool with it. possibly aprons or bibs. Or a table runner.

    Ok, so I might just keep it around to stare at and pet for awhile.

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    They are all so awesomely awesome! Great job!

  3. 3
    Gina says:

    I would love to make a quilt with the robots!!!

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    Sheridan says:

    I love this!! I would adore making a Christmas lap quilt out of it so I can curl up in such artistic fabulousness all throughout the holidays.

    Great designs. 🙂

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    polly says:

    I will party like it’s 1999 and then make myself some awesome pillows and a bag. 🙂

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    Nancy Hujik says:

    I just started a new business from my home where I digitize and do embroidery. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE the Steampunk Christmas Collection to do an awesome gift for my friend who LOVES Steampunk. I love it too, we went to Steamcon once and we both fell in love. I would love to do a project for her making her an awesome shirt she can wear. She has leukemia so everyday is special for her. She is one crazy, fun, strong woman!! And she loves Steampunk, so that makes her even more AWESOME! yEP! I love the word awesome! lol

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    jeanne e. says:

    what a fun line of fabrics. 🙂 and a great giveaway…if i won i would pick from either the wonderland collection or the steampunk christmas collection and would probably make presents for some good friends… pillows, placemats…and i would have to keep some fussy cut pieces for myself for some future project.

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    Jessie says:

    I love it all but I can see my 2 little girls in Christmas skirts made with the primitive Christmas fabric, though I can see myself in a dress made of the wonderland fabric!

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    Meghan says:

    I will make some totally rad dresses for my little girls, and maybe a skirt for me too! 🙂

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    Jennifer says:

    I am totally envisioning so many projects with these fabrics. They would be great added to a quilt as the main fabric. Or a dress with the card suit wonderland fabric. Or a vest with the steampunk snowflakes. The gears are turning so fast maybe I should write this down. Wow, so many ideas. Thank you for making something that is not FLORAL. Something for those us that like the different.

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    Sara says:

    My best friend LOVES the Wonderland series, and it would be awesomely awesome if I could make her a Wonderland quilt for Christmas!

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    Melissa says:

    Oh wow! I’d roll around in it for a while, pet it for a while, and then sew it up into stockings for my teen/tween kids, I think…

  13. 13
    Lisa says:

    Wow, those are super cool, I think some Robot stockings would be the first project on my list!

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    Bernie Dorken says:

    What an absolutely fabulous idea!!!! What about some Ninja fabric? Christmas ninja or regular would be great! Some Christmas skulls would be kinda cool too! Thanks for some great new ideas and plans!

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    Martina says:

    Great love the idea with the matching fabric. The Wonderland collection is my favorite. Lots of things you can sew out of it 🙂

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    Kris says:

    Extreme awesomeness! I would do all kinds of adorable appliques with the wonderland collection! (my daughter would LOVE it) And the same for the awesome christmas robots!! The possibilities are really endless… I might just need to actually learn to sew now.

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    Paulette Doyle- Scott says:

    I do costumes for a Middle ages group and the Idea of making my own fabric with the persons coat of arms on them is perfect! I can not wait to tell people!!!! Will be sharing the link!!

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    Kim says:

    Thank you so much for being different!! It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. I love creating with your art work as it represents all of us who have the courage to break the sewing mold. I would love to use your fabric to celebrate who I am and who others want to be. I think they would be great for a Christmas Celebration.

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    Alana says:

    Impressive! The Alice in Wonderland fabric will be a perfect backing fabric for the A in W quilt I am embroidering for my daughter! Now to scoot over to the website and check it out there!

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    Judy says:

    The fabric is AWESOME!!! Oh the quilts I’d make….

  21. 21
    Gianna says:

    I would love to try some steampunk fabric as a lining for a jacket or maybe try a quilt!

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    Suzanne says:

    Pajamas! Oh wow, I can already see myself snuggling into some properly loungey pajamas made with the little primitive dolls! Or, well, maybe the robots. Robots are cool. The snowflakes just ooze with awesome though . . . . .ok, but *definitely* pajamas!!

  23. 23

    First, I would spend HOURS just petting it, refolding it, and laying it out on the dining room table, adoring it. I may even contemplate pre-washing it…most importantly, I would LOVE it!!!

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    Bebe Johnson says:

    I would sooo make a complete outfit with the wonderland fabric and matching purse. Too any of my friends that said why didn’t you make us something with the Christmas fabric I’d yell, “Off with their heads! And learn to sew for yourself!” TMI?

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    Candace Gertz says:

    Your Steam Punk fabric is my favorite. I can see many different ways to use the embroidery designs & fabric to make a Steam Punk style dress. My newest ideas are for fabric artistic dolls. I can see myself dressing a doll, about 18 inches tall & having a great time sewing up my ideas.

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    Michele N says:

    I would really stare at all of the glory for a while. And then I would probably make an apron or bag out of it, or pillowcase…or maybe actually make my tree skirt I’ve been wanting to make…who knows. In reality it will probably wait for a while until I finally get around to sewing something out of it like most of my fabric does.

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    Heather Tomasello says:

    Oh gods squee! I need the primativ Christmas to make stockings, ans the Alice fabric for the punk petticoat!

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    Keri says:

    OMG…I just hit Spoonflower yesterday looking for some kind of fabric to go with the Alice designs!! How perfect!! Now that I know there is something out there I can design the piece I have been wanting 🙂 Thanks!!

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    BunnyMaz says:

    Oh my goodness! I would be so torn on what to do. On the one hand, it’d be nice to make some home-made decorations for Crimbo. On the other, I can imagine some GORGEOUS dress designs incorporating those fabrics!

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    Heidi f says:

    Ooohhh..I would revel in its awesomeness first for awhile then share it with my daughter who is just starting to make the most gorgeous quilts ever! That is… After keeping a bit for myself for some new holiday decorations… Love that you made fabrics to match the designs now! Very awesome!

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    Martha Repede says:

    I absolutely love love love the steampunk fabric. I can’t wait to get my hands on it. What will I do with it? All I know for sure is that I would fondle the fabric. I can’t decide what to do with it first. Of course, that’s if my mother doesn’t wrestle the fabric from my hands and then run away with it for her own projects.

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    Laurel says:

    I love love love this fabric!! I would totally use the primitive Christmas to make stockings and a tree skirt to celebrate our first Christmas in our new house. I would then use the wonderland fabric to make my daughter an amazing outfit for her the wear at Disney world (Alice is her favorite) I just wanted to say how amazing this fabric is as is everything you guys do 🙂

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    Jen says:

    I feel so uncreative compared to the other posts! But as soon as I saw the Wonderland fabric, I could picture my new tote bag for taking my stuff to the counseling site where I have been doing my internship. We’re all crazy here!

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    Jain says:


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    Lynne Weinberger says:

    The Steampunk line is my favorite (followed closely by the tiny robots – oh, to have young sons again!)
    I’d make a vest for my college student son to go under the Steampunk man’s driving coat he sewed earlier this year for on-campus Steampunk parties. Yes, Steampunk is alive and well in West Texas.

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    Tammy says:

    I can see some great appliques using any one of these fabrics. Zippered pouches or purses just to list a few.

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    Dorothy Hall says:

    After years of peer pressure I have finally given in and I am begrudgingly turning my sewing skills to quilting. These awesome fabrics are just the ingredient I need to gain enthusiasm.

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    Cyndi Souder says:

    Fantabulously fabulous! What a great idea. I’m in for steampunk fabric!

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    Caitlin Rose says:

    I want to win!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love fabric!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! haha

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    I will make ALL the clothes with the fabrics!

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    Selena says:

    OMG! How exciting! I haven’t been able to sew much since the baby came but he is getting big enough for Gramma to watch so I would sew up a storm for the holidays! I have 6 kids and they would LOOOOVE love LOVE! Those fabrics 😀 AWESOMELY AWESOOOOOOOOMMMEE!The boys would LOVE the robots!

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    HouseBathory says:

    Best news! So glad you are coming out with fabrics too! I see Wonderland fabric being on my holiday wants list! The Christmas fabric is a nice break from some of the more normal types.

    I wanted to say thanks for the new embrodery robots, it was really really really great to see a Menorah in the mix. I’m going to have to make something for my mom with it 🙂

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    Heather says:

    So many choices, so many visions dancing in my head! I would love to do an Alice costume for my daughter or bedding! Steampunk pillows, stockings table runners…. The list goes on and on and on! LOL!
    Can’t wait to see what other collections you will create for the fabrics!!!!

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    Taryn Cheyenne says:

    My sister is an X-ray tech and wears scrubs. I have embroidered some designs on her scrubs, but making a set from any of these fabrics would be just amazing! Thanks!

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    Christin says:

    I think I would be content to just sit and pet this fabric for a while. Then cut it up into pieces for a Rad steampunk quilt for myself! Muahahahaha!!

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    Crestedcrazy says:

    I would definitely make a beautiful kewl baby quilt for my brand new grandson!
    that way he can start off life right as a new urban threadster 🙂

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    Deb says:

    I would get 1 yard of three different prints and make them into aprons, as I’m a baker. I’d use the scraps to make a baby quilt or wall hanging, because I don’t want to waste any of these awesome fabrics.

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    Philippa says:

    Some people have ‘coffee table’ books – but I have stacks of fabric instead. I might even be tempted to actually use some of this new fabric line of yours too!

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    Liana Loos-Austin says:

    Steampunk Snowflake corset – or a skirt, corset first, then a skirt, or a corset dress, *head explodes* so cool!!!!!

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    Melanie says:

    wow…. thats soooo coool… What to do with it? you mean I should actually use a scisor and hurt these beautys….? I have some kind of cutting fear ….LOL
    I LOVelovelove do something with them… some very special bags I see in the future…maybe a bookcover for a christmas gift or if I got the time- a quilt.

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    Pam says:

    I love them all but the steampunk & the primitive just steal my heart! I think I would use them to make gifts for my nieces. I don’t know what but it would kick butt

  52. 52

    OMG OMG OMG…. it just bogs the mind!!! these are awesome… you have outdone yourselves!!! soooo happy to see these 🙂

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    Elizabeth Keller says:

    Oh my! What wouldn’t I do qith these awesome fabrics. !st I’d make my little girl a cute christmas dress! Then I’s have to make some ITH projects;o)Maybe an awesome purse! Love all the new collections-can’t wait to see more.

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    Cecily says:

    Oh my goodness…the steampunk christmas ones I need to make christmas steampunk decorations, like a table runner or table cloth. Maybe one or two of those fabric backed plates for xmas cookies.

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    Karen says:

    Oooohhh, awesome. I imagine Christmas stockings and tree skirt from the Steampunk Christmas fabrics. And maybe pillow covers for the sofa. And a table runner. And bows for the bannister. I could mix it with some solids to make it stretch further and accent the prints. And if I have anything left over, I’m saving it. Let it marinate in the stash.

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    Love the Wonderland prints! I’d use them to make place mats to go with napkins with the matching embroidered designs on them, or maybe a handbag with a matching purse.

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    Tina says:

    I absolutely love these fabrics!! I am so happy that you are making them to coordinate with the machine embroidery!! I hope you guys make some kawaii fabrics, maybe with the super cute unicorn?

    As far as what I would use the fabric for, I would probably spend a month just staring at it, then I would figure out what I would use it for. Maybe a quilt, possibly wall hangings so I can stare at it all the time, or an apron with the robot christmas presents would be super cool

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    Christi says:

    Steampunk and wonderland OH my the possibilities Stockings, bags, sleep mask, They are endless
    I must have !!!

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    Toni says:

    Wine + Christmas + Robots + Good Friends + Your new fabulously, awesomely awesome fabric = Robot Wine Cozy Gifts!

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    Duhbe says:

    I already know what I want to make, because I’ve been wishing you would do some coordinating fabrics with your awesomely awesome designs.

    I want fabric to make ruffles for the hems of my jeans – that will match the Wonderland designs on the jeans. That’s just the start – I’ll get going from there.

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    Unity says:

    I love the steampunk fabric. I can see it as skirts, aprons, pillows… you name it!

    I’m not sure what I would make first. LOL

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    Nancy says:

    make candle mats for everyone as gifts for Christmas so I would be able to share this fab-U-lous AWEsome fabric with everyone I know!!! (and also include candles with the presents too!!!)

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    Escere says:

    I don’t know yet. I might make myself some new Steampunk pieces/assessors. That or use them to make dolls. Seriously, I love those Wonderland prints. They are so amazing looking. Maybe as a little jacket; that would be awesome. Or a skirt with ruffles underneath. Though I would probably just stare at them for awhile.

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    Linda Snuggs says:

    Well my three little Yorkies would LOVE their Christmas dresses made from the “Primitive Christmas, puppy pictures under the tree, my annual Christmas Card here I come. NO Grand Childrens so my babies are Abby, MoMo & Nel Nel. Happy Holidays to all.

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    nicole carrick says:

    There’s so many things u can do with this fabric! Corkboard covered with the robot series and post it at work with all my employees favorite things about christmas, table runner, napkin holders, gift wrapping, steampunk throw pillows with lace… I would definantly make use of them somehow! Oh! Probably a new apron with the wonderland series or steampunk series with frilly lace and chains at the bottom! Yup, I like that one.

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    Roxanne says:

    I would jump for joy first off. Once I did that I would use the beautiful Steampunk gears fabric to make a skirt/vest for my daughter’s steampunk outfit, though I am also sorely tempted by the Alice in Wonderland fabric. Eek!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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    Elfie B. says:

    I’d probably just hoard this fabric. But only because I wouldn’t be able to cut it up and make it into something truly awesome for myself. I mean, really: the only thing I ever made for myself ended up being my son’s favourite quilt. Everyone else has called dibs on everything else in the pipeline. So don’t tell anyone I won this draw, ok? Thanks.

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    Gail Wood says:

    I have already stitched out the Steampunk Santa and am going to do the rest in the set. I was wondering what fabric I was going to use. I intend to put the finished wall hanging on the door to my office to further enhance and promulgate my reputation as one with an elegant penchant for the stylish and unusual.

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    Katie says:

    I would have to make my little brother a steampunk vest. I’d also try to make little gifts for my choir members out of the robot design. It’s so cute!

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    Alison W. says:

    Me likey! Especially the steampunk and Alice collections. Off to Spoonflower!

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    Elizabeth says:

    TOO COOL! I don’t know what I would do with them off the top of my head but it would awesome to be able to match up designs with the fabric! CONGRATS! You guys ROCK!

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    Dell says:

    I will definitely be making a bag out of the Alice in Wonderland line. I love you did this Thanks.

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    chris vittori says:

    I love the Steampunk theme and would defnitely have to make a Steampunk Christmas themed scrub top for work. Must wear something just a bit different than the usual angels and candy canes.

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    Karen says:

    I am a fabric junkie!! I LOVE fabrics! I can see several different projects in my future with the gorgeous designs and bright colors. I love to do childrens things…especially clothes, and if I win the fabric, I will have to come up with a really special plan! Thanks for doing this!

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    cynthia gilliam says:

    where to begin?! have several faves and ideas for grandkids. littlest one loves pillowcases, and then there are bags and….. and dh loves the lounge pants i make for him – and…

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    Lynette says:

    I LOVE the steampunk fabric!! I know my daughter would LOVE a purse or tote bag made with this stuff!!!! AWESOMEST OF THE AWESOME!

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    Daneisha says:

    I would frame a few fat quarters and then make stuff with the rest!

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    Jen says:

    LOVE the new fabric! I would love to make some awesome Christmas stockings using the fabric and some of you awesome embroidery patterns!!! UT rocks!!!!!!

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    Chaleen says:

    PJs,Table runners,Napkins, stockings, gift bags, pillows, I love allllll these wonerful fabric, so many ideas!

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    Robin W. in MS says:

    We have all the wonderland characters playing in real life at our bridge club. Clearly I need to make a big table runner to use at our Christmas party then step back and watch to see who recognizes whom.

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    Cheryl Ming says:

    Holy cow, such awesomely cool fabric. I would so have my mom make an apron for my little girl out of the Christmas fabric … or maybe embroider something incredibly awesome for myself with the steampunk fabric and once again get my mom to sew something up … something totally awesome … just not sure what yet. LOL

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    Stitchfork says:

    absolutely BRILLIANT!!

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    Judy S says:

    Wow, (D) of course! Awesomness quadrupled! I see visions of Aprons, potholders and hotpads dancing in my head. WooHoo!

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    Tezzie says:

    Fantastic to of my favourite sites together.
    I’m planning to make several pouches for christmas presents and any fabric left over would go in a quilt.

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    Dale says:

    ABCDDDDDDD!!! Wonderful fabric to go with your already terrific designs. I’d make accent pillows and goodies to give my steampunk/robot lovin’ family and friends! 🙂

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    char says:

    What would I do with this fabric? Make stuff, Silly.

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    I wouldn’t do anything with it because I’m not crafty. Maybe I would track down someone to make me some scrub tops. I’d be the coolest nurse you know. Well, that’d be just one more bit of evidence that I am the coolest nurse you know. I would crow to my neighbors about how I know this chick as if you were a rock star. And I will pine over the fact that this is fabric and not wrapping paper. I can wrap one helluva gift! Maybe you need to find a sight that takes your designs and makes them into rolls of wrapping paper.

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    Rachel S. says:

    Love this site, love spoonflower. I think I would take the wonderland collection and either make a purse or a diaper bag out of it.

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    Ina says:

    That wonderland fabric is just begging to be made into a purse. The steampunk would make a lovely dust cover for my doomsday device….

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    Binks says:

    Man… why must you feed all my addictions! It’s not safe for me to have so much awesomely awesome goodness around me. But I would love to feature any of these fabrics in a quilt.

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    Kimberly Kinser says:

    My friend’s iPad needs a sleeve out of the wonderful Wonderland fabric!

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    Rachel says:

    Glorious! I only discovered Spoonflower last week and lost hours perusing their selection: it’s like a fabric junkie’s paradise!

    Love the steampunk Christmas designs, but also rather enamoured with the idea of turning that Wonderland fabric into a stylish cravat.

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    Cate says:

    I’ve got my eyes on the amazing Wonderland Collection. I would LOVE to use the printed fabrics for a quilt for one of my future grandbabies. It would be great to incorporate the fabric blocks with some blocks that are embroidered with the Wonderland embroidery designs.

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    Julie Myers says:

    It is SOOOOO hard to choose!! The steampunk is AWESOMELY AWESOME, but the Alice is WONDERFUL. Teen girl bed pillows and valance, maybe? 😉

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    Debbie says:

    I LOVE them all. If I won I would have to make the Alice inspired quilt or maybe the Steam Punk Quilt that I have been dreaimg about, yes, I have sketches of both, seriously, the fabrics are exactly what I need to get my butt in gear! Thanks ;0)

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    Brandy says:

    I would hold it and stare at it for awhile, then probably make some cool ornaments or pillows!

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    Kel says:

    Mmmmm, I can’t decide. Either a tree skirt out or an apron out of the Robot Christmas. but I really love the Wonderland collection too. Decisions, decisions decisions!!

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    Pam Rohrkemper says:

    OMG! I love the Alice in Wonderland fabric. My 6 year old GD loves anything to do with Alice. I’d make her an apron with the fabric and then embellish it with the embroidery designs. Thanks alot.

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    GeorgiaBE says:

    I would make dresses for my littlest girls! A fun skirt for my oldest. A wristlet for me and a tie for my boys (hubs included!)
    Anything left over would be used in bags/purses/totes!

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    Saara says:

    The Wonderland collection is AWESOME! I can envisage an ‘eyespy’ quilt using the fabric and Wonderland embroidered designs. Something new for my ‘to-do’ list!!!

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    Heather says:

    I would probably make a full skirt acuse I would want to see it everyday. It would inject some whimsy into my everyday business world!

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    Charlotte says:

    Oh my! I’ve been on the sewing mood! And we have a brand new great niece born today!!!! And I think she and her sister would love new Christmas stockings!! That is exactly what I would use this wonderful material for!

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    Sazzra says:

    Definitely the Wonderland made up into an awesome 50s style dress, the free pattern for which I stumbled across yesterday 🙂

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    Chelsea says:

    My son needs a Christmas blankie! UT to the rescue…!

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    Kat says:

    These are full of awesome! I would use the robot presents and the robot christmas fabrics to make a table runner for my christmas table! Then maybe I would sew the scraps together and use them to wrap my Brother-in-law’s christmas present, because he would LOVE robot santa!

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    sue shaw says:

    i would make the awesomest steampunk snowflake christmas skirt!!!

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    Anne says:

    Love it! I would use the Alice fabric for book covers… or maybe a blouse for me, who knows?

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    Justine in Southern CA says:

    Definitely D, all of the above. This is sooo awesome. Robot Christmas is destined to be gifts for my grown up kids.

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    Lindsay Seeley says:

    These are amazing, I would make an amazing purse out of them!!!!!

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    Susan Burns says:

    What cool fabric! After it gets fondled for a while I will encorporate some of it into steampunk clothing, and the rest will go into a quilt with your fabulous matching designs that I already own and use.

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    ang says:

    How about choice (E) RAD!!!

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    Heather says:

    How awesome! I would make a xmas tree skirt and /or a holiday apron with the robot xmas collection!

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    Tammy says:

    I love love love the fabrics. Especially the primitive christmas design. So many idea’s are running through my head as to projects. Of course if I had this fabric in my possesion my daughter would insist it went to something for her. I think I would definitely make her a bag out of it and maybe a skirt and then take some of the fabric to applique on a t shirt to match or maybe even a scarf for her.And maybe notebook covers as well…So u see plenty of ideas here.

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    Tessa B. says:

    This is truly awesomely awesome! It’s SO great that we can get out favorite designs as fabric now. I am definitely eying the Steampunk snowflakes! I have a steampunk costume idea in mind and it can only improve with those lovely pattern!

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    Fujiiro says:

    Knowing me, I will try to think of grand plans for the fabric, but be too chicken to actually cut up all that awesomeness. So I’d end up hoarding it instead, looking at it lovingly once in a while. XD

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    Maryann says:

    I would do a little dance!

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    Sally says:

    Robot Christmas to make Master 1’s totally awesome Christmas outfit, and Primitive Christmas to make Miss 3’s totally awesome Christmas outfit.
    They are fantastic! Great job!

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    Susan B says:

    I would love to make some stockings, or a corset, or a quilt…too many choices!!!

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    Deb says:

    That is the most fabulous fabric ever! I am already plotting to purchase some! Awesome job – love love love them all! I’m thinking placemats, a table runner and a fabulous quilted wall hanging to spruce up my new house. It would be an amazing house warming present!!

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    In a word, WOW!!! Love the fabric to coordinate with designs. And robots….have several little boys for whom i am making gifts.

    Ps: website under revision.

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    Barbara Knox says:

    What a great collection, a little of everything, please LOL. what would I do? Well with 2 daughters and 2 granddaughters the ideas are limitless. Love the website, love the designs, LOVE THE FABRIC. Let’s do it!

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    Kazee says:

    OOOOhhhh….I would hold them, squeeze them, and love them all sooo much! Seriously, I see them as fabulous compliments to my messenger bags! The robot x-mas would be fabulous in my kids shop or just for my kids 😉

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    Susan Read says:

    I love the fabrics! I would love to make embroidered handbags with the Wonderland Collection! And maybe an apron too…

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    Marissa F says:

    Such great fabrics! I love the Primitive Christmas collection! I think I would start by just staring at the fabric, then once jolted back to reality, I would make Christmas pillows for all my nieces and nephews. It would look like they were sleeping with a very comfy Christmas present under their heads!

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    Barbara says:

    I love the primitive Christmas and coordinating candy. Candy Mmmm good for St Valentine’s day too…. Oh I’d work fast on edging some tea towels and making a table runner.

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    Maddie says:

    Love the fabric! I would use it in the crazy quilts I made. Not drippy Victorian crazy quilts, but ones with themes of aliens and fantasty, dragons, skulls.

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    I would use the Primitive Christmas fabric (which matches the colours I use at Christmas perfectly) and make a cushion with that fabric on one side and whit fabric with one of the Primitive Christmas designs embroidered on it. I would also like to do this with the Wonderland Collection. The fabric is all so great there are so many possibilities!

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    bronwyn says:

    ooo…. jammie bottoms for me… and maybe my son if he is good… or maybe all for me.

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    Christy says:

    I have a baby boy due around new years, and I’ve been wanting to make him a crib quilt that isn’t all .. baby boyish. I’d LOOOOOVE the wonderland set for that! Maybe Alice isn’t all about the boys, but with the way this one kicks I think he could give that rabbit a run for his pocket watch.

    …Or maybe the robots. Robot stockings for my (almost) three boys and hubby would kind of rock. Or…..

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    kimber says:

    i think it would be cute to make like a wine bottle gift bag with the robot fabric. i love the robots!!!!! squeeee!

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    Bonnie O'Neil says:

    Lots of ideas (just like visions of sugar plums) running around my brain! Most likely — Christmas projects (which I usually don’t start until after Thanksgiving!). Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Vicki Kate says:

    These are awesome! I’d use the festive robots to make a nice bit roomy bag for Christmas shopping, or several smaller totes to use as re-useable wrapping for other presents. Or I’d use some of the Alice in Wonderland fabric to make a gorgeous, vintage inspired, top!

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    Christine says:

    I would make an Advent calendar for my daughter out of the primitive christmas or primitive candy sparkle fabric. Maybe even both and mixed with the robot presents, that would be even more fun for us both. 🙂
    And I adore the Steampunk snowflakes.

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    Ruth Nichols says:

    Love the wonderland character print and the steampunk snowflake – sooooo awesome (you’re not the only one who loves the word)!!! The first thing I would do with the fabric is hide it from my mother or it might get caught up in the pre-Christmas sewing frenzy!

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    Christine says:

    Not surprisingly, the fabrics are wonderful and I am a fabric expert- been hoarding for years and years. I wouldn’t hoard these- I’d use them to make my home merry and bright. Christmas stockings. Quilts. Table linens. Something to wear. All with matching embroidery, of course.


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    Sarah says:

    Absolutely awesome! What a fabulous idea 🙂 I don’t know what I’d do with that fabric, but it would be something wonderful, since the fabric would just make it that way!!!

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    Debbie Bogenschutz says:

    Love it, love it, love it! And brown is my favorite color– hard to find in Christmas fabric. I’m thinking a skirt out of the Steampinl Christmas, to wear with a vest embroidered with the designs.

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    Hastings Sanderson says:

    The Steampunk Christmas is screaming out to become a tree skirt to match embroidered stockings and coordinated gift bags.

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    Mary Birenbaum says:

    I’d make my grand daughter a dress (fabric) and matching purse (using embroidery.)

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    Stacey says:

    Make my boys drawing book covers for Christmas. Plus be over the moon!

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    CoCo Beaver says:

    My 3 year old granddaughter LOVES robots and would think the robot Christmas fabric the most awesome Christmas dress ever! Last Halloween she was dressed as a robot in a fabulous duct tape costume her mother made. She is constantly making Lego robots. She would love this fabric! It is SO clever!

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    The Ferret says:

    Very awesome stuff! How are you going to have it set up with regards to styles? Is it going to be a rotating stock or maybe vote for faves?

    I’d definitely have to rock some sort of dress deal with these. Something with flounces.

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    I would touch it and stroke it and stare at it with awe and then think of what to do with it. The possibilities are endless. Book covers, e-reader cases, stockings, toys, stuffies, bibs, heck, maybe even stretch it over canvas and make it into wall art. The hardest part of course would be deciding which fabric(s) to choose but I am willing to face that challenge!

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    Zelda Spindrift says:

    Steampunk fabric! does it get any awesomer? (yes I know awesomer is not a real word but it should be) I would look at it adoringly for a while, insist everyone else admired its awesomeness and then make flares for my toddlers

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    tisha says:

    I have been wanting to make primitive macabre stockings so bad, I’ve gone primitive about it, or my husband tells me I’m acting very primitive about it, or …something. I just really want to make ’em!!! Now it will be easy! I LOVE URBAN THREADS! I adore you guys, you are so awesomely awesome!! Thank you for being so freakin’ awesome!

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    InYourBones says:

    The Primitive Christmas Collection, i LOVE it! i will make a baby quilt and do-dads for the baby room. and it goes without saying all the Christmas stuff you can make. my mind is reeling……this is awesome! thank you

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    Draconyz says:

    My 5 year old daughter will get the perfect dress with the most awesome design on it. She’s already got a few dresses and on one we did a poodle skirt style with the Pretty in Punk Unicorn. She is the one who found the embroidery and the site for me… She is all about pretty and punk at the same time. I’m still waiting for a Bunny with Gnashing teeth design….!!!!! But will settle for the applique with teeth! Seriously cute skirts…. bed sheets… oh yeah…. Sleeping with Alice!

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    Sue J says:

    I’m designing a new purse pattern and would love to feature one of your fabrics on the pattern front. Also, I would love and nurture the fabric I won for many years, reveling in the awesomeness of it.

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    Suzanne says:

    This is a great idea!!! It makes the whole process complete!

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    wundervoll&fabelhaft says:

    I totally dig the robot christmas character fabric!! And since my wallet just got stolen, i’m in desperate need for a new one. I figure this little ‘bots just perfect for this!

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    Jane Sheffler says:

    OMG! I’m doing a happy dance for sure! Two of my most favorite things, Urban Threads and Spoonflower, together at last! Oh what would I not make? Clothes, bags, hats, cuffs, scarfs, pillows and quilts, I could just go on and on! I’d even do a tutorial! I know where my Christmas money is going this year! YEAH!

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    harmonyfb says:

    Oh, man – the Steampunk Christmas fabric is begging to be made into a tree skirt (and maybe a parasol. Or a dress to wear to the library, where I can recommend Steampunk books.)

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    I would say that it would go to ultimate crafty use making pretty things for my online shops, but I’m more likely to look at it, hug it, squeeze it & love it forever! Hehe!

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    Genevieve Payne says:

    I can see a wonderful ‘Wonderland’ panel skirt with an AWESOME ‘Wonderland’ embroidery on it happening….oh, then there’s the Steampunk christmas napkins and table runner…Thanks for taking Urban Threads to a new level of Awesomeness.


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    Christy says:

    Id make some wacky fun pillows for my living room!!

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    Tracy w says:

    Love, love, love the fabric! Perfect for a quilted wall hanging, pillows, tote bags, pouches…

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    Isabelle Rackow says:

    Well you can never have enough fabric and these collections would make a outstanding quilt. I can see it now with a traditional quilt design using this fabric and embroidery designs. I am sure it would freak a lot of people out once they get up close to it and see the theme.

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    OMG this is AMAZING! I already love your patterns now there is fabric to go along with it. I love that you now have fabric to match. If i won i would pick 3 yards on the Wonderland Characters to match the quilt I am working on with the embroidery designs.This is SEW exciting!!

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    Jozel says:

    I make a lot of one of a kind doll clothes and would love to make some out of the primitive christmas set…and the wonderland set…and the steampunk set…well, you get the idea!!! LOL

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    Cookie JEan says:

    Can we just say ruffly teired toddler skirts!

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    Leesa H says:

    Love the fabric and the new designs. Got to get the Circuit Tree for my Husband and Daughter. My favorite fabric is the Steampunk Christmas Characters. If I won I would use it to make Christmas Stockings for the “kids”, I made stockings for all the adults about 20 years ago that are still in use by the family, but never made the “kids theirs. This fabric fits all of them really well. lol, of course may need to split it and get a yard of the robo-gifts for the new kids. Hmmm

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    Dorothy Shimamoto says:

    Are you kidding? I just love your designs and now I can get them in fabric!!! Yippyyyyy!!!
    I am into making quilts with embroidery designs. Your Wonderland, Steampunk and Primitive collections would be a great addition to my fabric stash.

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    Izz says:

    First, my answer to the above question is C. Second ..yea I would probably jump around and give a squeele of joy..I was pretty excited to see this new fabric..I love fabric that matches the embroidery designs like this…and to find it, is so rare… ok now composing myself… I would make a table runner and/or wall hanging..even drawstring bags for gifts.. soo many ideas and so little time.. 🙂

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    Betty Smith says:

    Fabric designs are great! Can see them used either alone or “fussycut” or decopagued onto each other for Fabric Postcards. Postal employees would get a kick out of these! (also would use them whole for napkins, etc.

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    jo johnson says:

    Very cute. Probably would use in baby blanket.

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    Joyce Santoni says:

    Awesomley awesome is exactly how I would describe the new fabric line and unique idea of creating one’s original fabric. Crazy blocks are an absolute favorite of mine, and I am always looking for themed fabric for themed crazy blocks. As much as I enjoy cracy blocks there really is something I enjoy more – making a cup of coffee, or a Brandy Alexander (up, of course), relax and touch all the fab fabrics and dream aabout all the wonderful things I am going to create – that is if I live long enough ! ! ! Thank’s for the great web site js

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    Tami says:

    OMG I love the steampunk snowflake fabric. Awesome!

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    Angela says:

    I’d use the fabric to make some pillows for my buddy that likes steampunk 🙂

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    Anne says:

    What would I make? EVERYTHING! Christmas outfits for the whole family- robots for the grandson, primitive for the grandaughter, steampunk for the hubby, son & daughter, table runners, food cover (throw – keeps the flies off the food here in oz), and hey, what about mixing them all up and making a tree skirt? Then how about a New Year outfit with the Wonderland collection?

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    Kathy says:

    I would first admire the fabric and stroke it. After that I would get out my scissors and make a tote bag and placemats. Great idea to match fabric and designs!

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    Julie says:

    WOW !!!!!!!!!!!! I just love the Wonderland Collection! OMG, cell phone case, a purse, personalized shoe bag….I have to have some!!!!!

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    Maggie says:

    Oh, I think I’d have to do some sort of a jacket from the Alice in Wonderland set combined with the embroidery designs. Like others, I’d also have to set time to just keep it around to stare at it.

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    edie says:

    robot Christmas would wrap all my gifts; steampunk would be made into gifts for the boys…. oh, decisions, decisions!


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    Sylvia says:

    Aww, I’d make some awesome bags!

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    Mel Jepson says:

    What an awesome idea! I just love the robot christmas, and the wonderland series is also fabulous. I want to make my daughter a dress out of the wonderland character fabric, with an apron/border of the suits with embroidered characters on it. And an iPad cover out of the Christmas robots 🙂

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    hawaiianei says:

    I would wrap myself in it and hula

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    christine says:

    Make something??? Well I guess I would, but not after coveting and hoarding the fabric for an appropriate amount of time.

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    Shari says:

    My son loves for me to sew pajama bottoms for him. He’s into robotics so I’m thinking PJs but wouldn’t it be fun to add pockets with the embroidery on the back?

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    Jodie says:

    I love the new fabrics. It is the best idea since the embroidery designs. Now we need fairies, angels and more steampunk.

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    Debbie says:

    I would use it to tease my friends.

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    brenda says:

    My grand-daughter would love anything made with those fabrics. I would love to surprise her with something special.

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    Marlene says:

    OMG I am in love!!!
    It does not go with anything I am currently making but I will soon find an excuse to buy lots and lots!

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    Marily says:

    How fun! I think I would add ruffles to the bottoms of the towels that I am planning to embroider with the primative christmas line.

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    laura tomlinson says:

    This will make me the coolest grandma ever!!!!! Me want MORE!!!

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    TheBagLady says:

    I’d make Christmas gift bags and lightweight Christmas stockings. I’d then order more, to make a table runner and a paneled tree skirt! I’m not even sure I can wait until Monday to see if I’m randomly selected; I may need to buy some now.

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    AuntJMae says:

    I’m into making small purses for presents. The very idea of using one of the wonderful Christmas designs I have “stashed” and then lining the purse with the matching fabric has me tingling with excitement.
    The first will be one of the Primitive Christmas series for my DIL, then one of the Steampunk gang for my niece who’s about to enter college. And, finally, another of the Primitives (the dancer???) on black moire for me! I can think of sooo many uses. Thanks for thinking of the idea….hope the fabric isn’t too “dear”, I have lots of presents to buy.

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    My cousin’s expecting daughter in doing the nursey in vintage Alice in Wonderland. What is more perfect than this fabric and embroideries. I plan to put Alice on the pillow case and the remaining characters across the edge of the top sheet. I had planned to find a black and white fabric to replace the exsisting hem on both but now I don’t have to, I can use this. I love it when a plan comes together.

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    Lena Kneuper says:

    I’d make a bag with a coordinating skirt or even a coat out of it 🙂

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    Lisa says:

    I would TOTALLY LOVE the steampunk snowflake turned into an Aussie summer dress <3

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    lpmquiltz says:

    I’d make a mixed media quilt combining the Robot Christmas machine embroidery designs with the matching fabrics in the same theme. Too cute!

    Hope to see UT add to the menorah robot next year, maybe a latke, a dreidel, and the words Happy Hannukah!

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    Katie says:

    I love this!!!!! I have some steampunky robot loving friends that would appreciate some tree skirts and stockings…. Love this love this!!!!!!’. Did I say I love this!!!!

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    Anke says:

    They are really special. Perfekt to make “Adventskalendersäckchen” :-). I think it is Christmas Calender in English. Greetings from Germany!

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    Maya says:

    I love them all! Robot Christmas characters would make a cute apron. I would make pillows out of robot presents, or in a quilt. If I had to choose just one, it would be the steampunk snowflakes. I would try my hand at a corset with that one.

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    Claudia L. says:

    I would go crazy on these fabrics and sew some dwarf caps for my kids.

    Make more fabrics.

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    Becci says:

    Hi there,congratulations on the spoonflower shop im sure it will be a huge fabric lovin hit. I would make a fabulously retro apron with the primitive xmas fabric and a robot toy with the robot fabric and he would sit on my mantle all year.

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    Betsy says:

    I am making a Advent Calander from the primitive Christmas collection so would make matching pillowcases for my grandkids. I love the new material! But, I really like the robots now that I have seen them….Decisions, decisions……..

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    Paula M. says:

    Printing fabric to match your embroidery designs! What an awesome idea. Kudos to the mastermind behind this.

    Even though your designs are not something I could use on my stoles (found at http://www.nueventures.com), as I looked at your designs, my mind ran wild with ideas for a casual outfit combining the fabric with the embroidery!

    As another creative professional, I am so pround of you!

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    Pam says:

    I love the robot christmas fabric. I would make pillowcases and placemats. I would save every scrap and use that too.

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    toastie says:

    Oh my gosh how wondeerfully lovely these are!! First id make a hoodie scoodie! (Its part hoodie part scarf!!) Then id want to make stockings too or pillows for the house. Use the fabric and the embroidery bots too oh my i want some! 🙂

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    Wanda says:

    LOVE the fabric! I would make either a quilt or a cool bag so I could show it off to everyone.

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    Margaret Williams says:

    Wow!! First, I would make me a new knitting bag for my socks. Then, I would totally make new placemats, with matching emb designs for my table for christmas, and then, i would figure out how to make christmas ornaments for my tree. This is awesome fabric!! Way to go!!

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    Lucy says:

    This is the most fantastic line of fabrics that I have seen in a long while. The fabric shouts “make me.” Where is a person to start. Sooooo many ideas, soooooo little time. On a side note, could you do some fabric to coordinate with your Yule (Celtic) designs? Pleeeeeez?

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    Rebecca says:

    I’d make something for my daughter, so I can enjoy it, too. Steampunk or robots? Hmm…

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    Sam says:

    oooooh, these are awesome! I would make something special for a friend who LOVES robots with the Robot Christmas fabrics. Way to go on the designs, y’all!

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    Liz M says:

    What fantastic fabrics! I’d sit and stare at it for a goiod while, then proabably make lots of aprons to encourage everyone to help out in the kitchen on Christmas day!

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    Mad says:

    I would make my cat a steampunk Christmas outfit then film someone else trying to get it on him….

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    Bunnie says:

    I’m so awed I can’t think and my head is spinning.I didn’t even know about steampunk-which is awesome-until I ran across the awsomely awesome Urban Threads a few months ago. You’ve opened up a whole new world for me…and now Spoonflower-also awesomely awesome I just looked at the very awesome tea towels-now I’m contemplating my own tea towel design… You guys are awesome and fill a creative hole in my soul. Visions of awesome robots dancing in my head…or is that the awesome new pillow case?

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    Sarah says:

    I would make a steampunk snowflake table runner for my holiday party, or a cute clutch or change purse with robo presents on it. Then I’d have to buy more in upholstery fabric so I can re-cover my dining room chairs with the Wonderland fabric

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    Sherry says:

    Love the fabric I would make my kids pillowcases with the great Christmas fabrics.

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    Kristie Naylor says:

    That is amazingly beautiful fabric. I think I’d have to make a quilt or a really awesome apron as a wedding gift for my best friend’s wedding gift.

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    Kat says:

    Wow, I would have trouble choosing! I think I would do a guilt for my littlest guy. (He’s the only one that doesn’t have a blanket by mom). I would also have to give some to a good friend of mine that never does a thing for herself! Then I would have to totally make new steampunk christmas stockings! Oh, and some wine bottle bags!

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    Deb Fischer says:

    I have visions of my hubby in his spiffy homemade robe of Steampunk fabrics and me in my Wonderland robe sitting by our tree and it’s wearing a tree skirt made of the primitive Christmas collection dancing in my head

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    Sierra says:

    I foresee steampunk x-mas stockings and wonderland themed pillows… 🙂

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    It’s… I just… I want… it’s soooo… I think my brain might be imploding! I don’t even know… I was all “SO the little robots, ANYTHING robot…” but then, the steampunk… and the awesome little creepy doll things… but then… then… THEN THE WONDERLAND SERIES HAS BEEN MADE INTO FABRIC!!!!!!!! AAAahhhh…. I just can’t… I don’t know… WHO CARES WHAT I MAKE WITH IT!?!?! I am just bowled over by the awesomeness… and totally everyone is getting a new f’ing stocking this year! FREAKING brilliant. As if you guys needed any more brownie points… sheesh. Oh. And C. Obviously.

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    Jeanne Jones says:

    I love the Robot prints and Primitive Christmas. I would make Christmas pajamas for my grandsons – they would love them. Of, course one of the embroidery designs for the top or lower leg. Christmas stockings or book covers. How about an apron for Mom/Grandma/Mimi?

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    Lia says:

    1st thing: squee
    2nd thing: dance and cavort about without any semblance of dignity
    3rd thing: make the most magical circle skirt/shoulder bag/dress/frilly apron of Urban Threads badassery that ever was or ever shall be
    4th thing: save the remnants. So I can stare at and pet them.

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    Jennifer says:

    The robot Christmas is so cute. I think it would make an adorable outfit for a child!

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    Linda Gunn (aka Captain Calyso) says:

    Very Awesome, but the pirate queen needs something skully or piratey to make more pirate clothes!!

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    Missy K says:

    Wow. So awesome. I love the Wonderland fabric. I would love to make a tablecloth embroidered with the designs and use the new fabric for placemats to go with. Would be great for a tea party.

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    Gje says:

    I would use it to make fantastic Christmas gifts for my BahHumBug Brother!

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    Debbie says:

    I would make my 2 year old fabulous grandson some stinking cute pants and make a stinking cute shirt with a matching design on it. Totally awesome!11Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Liz says:

    That is sweet!! I just wouldn’t know what to make first, but it would have to be something that i use all the time like a purse.

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    Lucy Bad Dog says:

    I would wrap gifts in it – I have made potato printed calico as gift wrap before but these are so much cooler.

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    Jodie says:

    I would add them to my stash and let them speak to me about what they would want to be.

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    Evana says:

    My grand daughter will be looking at a new Alice in Wonderland outfit. Cheers

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    kara says:

    I would likely make a funky cool item for someone else, and it would be the awesomesauce

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    Di says:

    Three words – vests, vests, vests! That’s if I could bear to cut into it 🙂 A Steampunk Santa vest for me and I know that my dog would just love Primitive Christmas jacket!
    Of course I would have to buy at least two pieces of each fabric so that I will always have a pristine piece to take out and look at 🙂

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    Susan says:

    I love the Wonderland and the Steam Punk awesomeness.
    I would finally decorate for Christmas, I think I would Totally Love to decorate for Christmas. Hmmmm, I would use the Steam Punk fabric in my kitchen, I have been looking for something awesomely awesome for this room! Hmmm, for my almost two grandaughter, I would make a Poofy balloon dress with embroidered designs. Oh! and a cute headband too! This material would be the Wonderland collection.

    When are you going to do the Tarot Card line? Now, that one is for ME!

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    Ladyjanegrrl says:

    First, I just have to go:
    Oh, fabric! Fabric! FABRIC!!! *wipes up dribble from salivating at the pretties*

    I would make an awesomely awesome Steampunk Advent Calendar. Or maybe a Robot Christmas Advent Calendar. Nope, definitely a Primitive Christmas tree skirt. Then again, I could make a wicked Wonderland capelet for my daughter…So many choices!

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    Cec in South Dakota says:

    Love the fabric. I make baby bibs, would love to use the candy cane fabric for two friends who are having December babies.

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    Mary B says:

    I think the Primitive Christmas would make a cute stocking for my daughter. I have to make her a stocking this year. The Steampunk would be perfect for a tree skirt. Of course, the Robot would make a good stocking for my husband… since he doesn’t have one.

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    Maureen says:

    I would first warp it around my shoulders and enjoy feeling it on me. Then make a special sofa quilt for my Arizona daughter to know I try even from Michigan to cuddle and keep her warm in a cook, kitchy manner. Its so unusual,just like all of my family. a true fit.

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    Jane O'Leary says:

    Ummm I have a bench that needs recovering – cogs or wonderland, how to choose? Equally fabulous.

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    Crystal says:

    I love this! So glad you guys finally added fabric! I could see all new Steampunk stockings and tree skirt for my family 🙂

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    Lisa McCann says:

    I’ve wanted to make a Christmas quilt for many years. I already have the Primitive Christmas and Steampunk Christmas designs (which I think are the coolest Christmas designs ever!). If I win the fabric I’m gonna buy more of it, and definitely get that Ultimate Christmas Quilt made, and photos posted too! It’ll be so cool it’ll blow Santa right back up the chimney! lol

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    Reposting: Forgot to answer. D

    My cousin’s expecting daughter is doing the nursey in vintage Alice in Wonderland. What is more perfect than this fabric and embroideries. I plan to put Alice on the pillow case and the remaining characters across the edge of the top sheet. I had planned to find a black and white fabric to replace the exsisting hem on both but now I don’t have to, I can use this. I love it when a plan comes together.

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    MarleneS says:

    totally cool! It is a great idea to have matching fabric AND make it personal!
    I would use any for gift projects (and try not to keep them)-placemats, purses with attitude, jammies, cute skirts for my grand daughter! Love the site!

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    Joy says:

    Love the Robot Christmas collection(bought the design pack)…I can see a four generation purse and scarf collection for myself, my daughter, my granddaughter and her doll! A very merry Christmas to be had by all. Thanks for the GREAT fabric and designs.

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    June Chase says:

    Despite my advanced age (almost old enough to remember Victoria herself), I love your site and am crazy for anything steampunk. I’ m a fabric voyeur and love my stash and some of your new fabric would be a worthy addition!

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    Elisabeth says:

    Oh! Alice in Wonderland is my favorite! Would love to make a pin-up style romper out of the playing card fabric–like the ones featured on Sew Weekly a few days ago. Or a fun skirt or sun dress out of the Alice in Wonderland characters.

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    Claudette Pomroy says:

    My favorite is the Steampunk snowflakes – It’s the most awesomely awesome fabric! So much paper gets wasted during the holidays – I would love to use this fabric to make gift bags for the holiday season. Winning the fabric would help with my plan to try to use recyclable wrapping (fabric gift bags) as much as possible. They would get used year after year and would ensure many great holiday memories in the future.

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    Debbie B says:

    I’m thinking I seriously need the Robot fabric and designs. Just finished a pair of flannel robot pants for our grandgirl. She loves robots and would go crazy over this fabric too!

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    jennlenore says:

    I would use the steampunk print to make a nice ladies vest to go with the steampunk polymer clay jewelry that a dear friend made me and I would make a handbag with the steampunk lining to go with the ensemble.

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    joanna atilana lovato says:

    I would be so very overjoyed to get this fabric to go with the new robot designs. I already had plans to get the designs to make things for my two grandsons. Like the other UT designs, I usually end up making things for my family first, especially the kids, as they are always so out of the normal. I also want to make something for my daughter with the electric christmas design and fabric. It reminds me of the things that she made during her graduate work in Media Arts. They use circuitry to make interactive museum installations and also movie animation designs. After she got her Master’s she worked for a museum for the past 8 years as a museum educator and is now an art teacher. So, I think she will really like something made with these designs and fabrics. I usually try to combine machine embroidery designs with matching fabric when it’s available so having Spoonflower available now is just AWESOME! Since I’m on Disability every bit of help is greatly appreciated.

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    Jen L says:

    Oh My GOODNESS!!!! I’m SO excited by all the fabics! First off, we don’t wrap our presents in paper… our family uses fabric bags, so I’m sure I’d have to make a few. Especially since I don’t have many kid bags. (my son is only 16 months.) And now, I have SO many other ideas, I can’t keep them all straight. 🙂

    Would love to win! 😀

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    Redge says:

    I love the steampunk ones especially but all are great! I think I’d use the fabric for coasters using your tutorial here: http://www.urbanthreads.com/pages?id=149 🙂 with matching placemats and napkins.

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    Sandy says:

    Love the Wonderland prints, and the other prints are awesome too!

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    lisa fuller says:

    oh wow!!!! thank you so much! my first thought is what i would make with this awesome fabric!!!! pillows, quilts, wall hanging, anything to show off the shear awesomeness of the fabric! wonderful job with the fabrics, i hope there will be more soon!

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    Heather Welham says:

    OMG! Tooo much fun. They make the fabric in cotton knit as well! I think I’ll have to make my friends thongs, bikinis or boy shorts for yule. Cause you can never have too many pairs of fun underwear. And my evil side loves these prints. With stretchy black lace I think…yes definately with some nice lace.

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    Giliell says:

    Can’t decide which one is more wonderful, the Steampunk or the Wonderland.
    They’re all gorgeous and would make some extra cool mugrugs or cushy pillows

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    Jenna G says:

    These are just too adorable! I’m partial to the Steampunk Xmas, but I can’t wait to see what other patterns come out. Maybe the Dark Fairytales?! *puppy dog eyes*

    I would love to use any of these as wrapping paper for my handmade gifts (also using UT designs!) or make goodie bags to store cookies, candies, coins, etc!

    I will certainly be procuring some soon!

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    Joanne says:

    Gee, this is really great, I love it. What a great idea. It would be hard to decide. I want to make something for myself (something I rarely do). But I will probably make something for someone special for Christmas. My daughter and granddaughter love what I make with your designs. I love the compliments I get from them. Keep up the creativity.

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    Angelina says:

    Seriously, if I won the lottery, the first thing I would do is buy everything you guys sell.

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    Bee says:

    I love Spoonflower! I’ve been with them from the beginning. I would love to make a tree skirt with the robot Christmas fabric!

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    Crystal says:

    I would love to get my hands on the primitive christmas fabrics! I bought the p.c. hand embroidery patterns and been slowly making them for a christmas quilt. This would be perfect for it!

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    Margaret says:

    This is awesome! Love the Primitive Christmas!

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    Jen says:

    Must have Wonderland fabric so as to roll around on the floor with it and such. Also probably use it to sew bags. But mostly roll around on the floor with it.

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    Cathy says:

    Steampunk Santa stockings!

    You guys are too awesome for words.

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    Mary B says:

    Awesome! What could be better than embroidery designs with matching fabric!…well a live-in, full-time maid maybe…but that’s a different story! Looking forward to seeing more!

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    Sandi Bertram says:

    Hummm, I have so many ideas of what I would do with some UT fabric. First I would make me a purse I would actually remember to take with me instead of leaving laying wherever I go lol. Or a nookCOLOR cover for my trusty eReader I take everywhere (or both 😀 ) and something awesome for my precious niece and nephews like some awesome steampunk stockings for Christmas. This is just the beginning, oh I can’t wait to get my hands on some UT fabric…

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    Kate says:

    The first thing I would do it take this stash to my MIL the amazing quilter and coo and drool and dream and brainstorm! She made me an amazing wall-hanging once of frogs and bees and reeds. Oo, maybe a steampunk stocking? Or a primitive Christmas wall hanging for my nieces? CHRISTMAS CURTAINS FOR MY KITCHEN!! OO! OO!

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    Annette T says:

    Are you kidding?!!! I’d sooooooooo love to just HAVE IT! My favorite thing~fabric!!! I’d admire and love it! Then maybe just make a cute something for my grandbaby to wear and a stocking for Christmas and maybe a skirt for my teenager! Oh! The possibilities!!

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    Oh, nice! I’m totally thinking of a pair of ruffly pantaloons out of that Wonderland fabric….

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    jo says:

    my name is jo & i have a fabric adiction.
    i would need to think very hard on what to create if i won the fabric.
    but really, whatever is created would be AWESOME by default.
    i’m currently working steampunk designs into a quilt for one of my shorties…my choice would totally be the steampunk collection.
    i hope i made the deadline…time zones & all that.

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    Lydia Harper says:

    Ooohhhh! These are awesomely awesome!! I am thinking stockings, or lap blankets, or dress/skirt for DD with matching hair clips from the scraps! Ornaments for the tree, or table runner/placemats! So much to do. lol

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    Lynda says:

    Ah you guys once again outdo yourselves … Addicted to the website for designs and now fabric lol it’s a good thing I’m single now cause I can hear the husband screaming at the credit card bill 🙂

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    Tiffany says:

    I LoVe it!!!! i would have to make a dress for me, or clothes for my daughters rag doll or even make her a new blanket. of course she has been asking for a new doll….maybe a rag doll. that is after i stare at it and stroke it lovingly before i bring myself to cut into it.

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    Beth says:

    I envision a girls tunic made of the Alice in Wonderland fabric over black and white leggings and red shoes. Love your fabric!

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    katrina herbert says:

    I know I will spend some time staring at it, before I make something beautiful out of it.

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    Bridgett B. says:

    I’d make my daughter a double layered skirt, and embroider a shirt to match.

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    Peg says:

    If I had a kid I’d paper their room in the Alice in Wonderland fabric, I know that much. (So long as we’re wishing and all.) The Steampunk Christmas fabric would make a great table runner — I’m thinking simple and easy because I fear I’ve already got too many projects in queue already. Great lineup, all of it!

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    Cerise says:

    I would love to make a steampunk stocking or two. A couple sets of napkins…maybe a new tree skirt with that fantastic robot fabric!
    Love that you decided to add your designs to fabric!! Hope it continues after Christmas too!!

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    Marna Davis says:

    OH Wicked’s children would LOOOOVE the Wonderland fabric- I can see great totebags for the bunny shows! But I’m seeing teen daughter being enthralled with Christmas prints once again when I show her the Steampunk Christmas- how AWESOMELY AWESOME Would it be to make a great vest with UT embroidery features on a great chocolate velvet, and use the matching fabric for the back, linings and pocket trim. I am shivering in anticipation!

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    Maddy lopez says:

    OMG I soooo love your fabric……the awesomness is beyond awesome. Way to go UT. AWESOMELISIOUS

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    RaMona Woolson says:

    I’d give it to my daughter, a budding seamstress & embroiderer!!! She’s almost 17, & this fabric (as well as all your designs) are right up her alley.

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    Rene Laigo says:

    I am thrilled to see these! I love them all but am most intrigued with the steampunk series. I would make aprons from all of them. I love retro vintage style aprons with mix and match fabrics. All of these would be perfect! However, I would stare at it for quite a long time before cutting. I almost feel as if a good fabric design is sacred and needs to be honored. I let the fabric tell me what it wants to be. don’t force it!!

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    Tara says:

    Oh my gosh, this is so fantastic! I love the idea of making Steampunk Christmas stockings. I also have a SIL who loves Alice and I’ve been wanting to do a handstitched piece for her. The new fabric would be perfect for it. Great job, it’s all gorgeous!

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    Elizabeth says:

    I think I would make some bibs for my newborn twins…maybe even an outfit or two!!!!

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    Cortney S says:

    First I have to say – I love it all. So wonderful. I’m not sure what I would do with them. I’m terrible at buying great fabric but not using it because I am afraid of not creating something perfect with it. I think the Christmas ones would make some great stockings and skirt trees though.

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    Sue Rager says:

    OMG! What couldn’t I do with this fabric! I have so many projects I want to do and your fabric is absolutely perfect!

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    Sarah says:

    I would make a tree skirt, stockings, and drape for the mantle to match my steampunk tree for Yule!

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    Nikki D says:

    As partial as I am to the steampunk, I have been long wanting to have a Alice in Wonderland Christmas!! I have ideas for my party/decorations for months- and it always gets postponed from each holiday- Birthday to Fourth of July to Halloween to Christmas. Now, I wouldn’t have a reason to postpone it again!! I have plenty of time to make the decorations for this Christmas, and you can’t really have all this fanciness without having a party to show off!!
    (p.s.- All the fabrics are awesome!!)

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    Gina Helms says:

    Ohhhh… decisions, decisions! Not sure which I’d choose or what I’d make but it would be awesomely awesome to win it! Maybe a super cute outfit for my 2 year old g’daughter…

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    Cindy Keefer says:

    The fabric is so off the hook!!! I have a 17 year old granddaughter that would love it. Jordan has CF and one of her friends (she mentors other CF patients), Katie is in the ICU at Johns Hopkins….I would definitely make something for both for Christmas, plus perhaps a Steampunk purse to auction off for the benefit of CF!!!!

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    RacheldMoore says:

    Hmmm…too many wonderful options. I see Christmas stockings,table runners, placemats, pot holders, aprons, vests, wall-hangings, pillows, curtain valances, coasters, quilts, purses, caddys, skirts, tree skirts…OH! tree skirt with matching stockings! Now..to determine which print(s) to use… 🙂

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    I think I could make some of my steam-punky friends very happy with some holiday items made of that fabric. 🙂

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    Well, after I hoarde the lovely fabric and drool over it daily, I may chance cutting into it to make a super cool bag! Then perhaps patchwork Christmas stockings for the kiddos? Or a fun holiday throw pillow with matching embroidery of course for the family room. The possibilites are endless….

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    Rosalee Suchsland says:

    It is Awesome fabric, for sure! I have 3 Awesome grandkids, and they will each get some special outfit to wear! thanks for your creativity!

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    Donnamichele says:

    I would make my steampunk loving eleven year olds christmas…. loves loves everything steampunk… That quirked make me one happy mommy…

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    Debbie B Sam says:

    You rock! I want to do a peppermint theme and those primative fabrics would be the shizzle!

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    Dena Murphy says:

    I love the designs.

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    Oh I’d definitely find a use for 3 yards of any of those. I suspect a chunk of it would go to corsetry, with matching mini top hats and bags. I’d probably use the scraps for bunting and patchwork 😀 I hate wasting fabric, especially pretty fabric!

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    AlwaysInspired says:

    I’m having a baby in May so I think something for the nursery would be great!

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    Pam Newhart says:

    I make purses- I would use this fabric to make purses and combine it with embroidery to make the most amazing toteable art ever. I love UT, and have been a devoted fan since Niamh first opened that box with a Singer embroidery machine in it. You guys have revolutionized the world of machine embroidery. Keep up the amazing work!!

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    I would make something for each for my 2 grandson! What a great give-away!

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    Lisa C. says:

    I think I’m going to steal an idea from others and make some Christmas stockings, but with the Wonderland fabric. Or maybe some cute throw pillows… I still have Halloween pillows on the couch (but I ADORE them so much)!

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    Malin Täubert says:

    I would sew two small backpacks or purses for me an my 3½-year old nephew, so that we match when we go out on town.
    And maybe two matching aprons so we look good when we bake gingercookies for christmas! He loves helping in the kitchen and spending time with his aunt and grandma!
    Hugs to you all! /Malin in Sweden

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    Love, Love, Love your site and all your products.

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    Lillian says:

    The fabrics are as awesome as the designs that they go with! I have just begun to explore the steampunk design and have tried out several for gift giving. These fabrics are so gonna be on my Christmas list!

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    Laurie says:

    ohhhhhh! It’s all just too awesomely awesome… I am at loss for words! Pick me…pick me (I’m the one jumping and waving in the background… no – no not that one… I’m over here!!) PLEASEEEEE

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    Ginger says:

    I would make up some rocking ornaments! Everyone needs some robot at Christmastime!

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    Awesomely awesome is right!!! What would I do??? Ohhh so many creative things! The list begins with new key fobs and checkbook covers. However, I might have to make myself an awesomely original purse that everyone here would be sooooo jealous of.

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    Donna Bergeson says:

    I absolutely love the wonderland and primitive Christmas and would have a hard time choosing between the two. I’d love to make a handbag out of it, add matching embroidery and carry it around to show everyone how awesome the designs are at UT!! Love the idea of matching fabric, can’t wait to see what else you come out with!

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    Cheryle says:

    Ditto all before me but best would be to just sit and stare at all the awesome details

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    These fabrics would be awesome in whatever creation you would use them for..Mini top hats, panels for a corset, or even gift bags for a special Steampunk gift. I think I may make a Ascot or Cravat.

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    Elma Lutman says:

    My son is begging me to make him a quilt, that is what I would use the fabric for. Even tho he’s 29 he still loves robots. I’m to sure there’s other idea’s that will creep into my mind the longer I look at the prints. 😎

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    Meghan Romeo says:

    I would love to make a Christmas quilt out of your robot fabric. The candy fabric is my ultimate fave! I might just need to hold it for awhile. I could see making potholders and placemats out of the candy, robot, and present fabric.

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    ashley says:

    Spiffy cincher skirts, quilts, tote bags, oh the options are endless! I think a steampunk christmas vest is on the top of the list1

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    Meredith Neal says:

    I’ve been collecting Alice fabric for soooo long–no plans to cut or what project it will be. I just have a lovely pile of fabric that is an homage to one of my favorite books. Must add to the collection!!

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    Jeannie says:

    I’d love to use the Alice fabric to sew a quilt for the baby we’re expecting to arrive on Friday, April 13th!

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    Eileen says:

    After squeeling and giggling the entire time I order tons of this fabulous fabric, I am going to stalk my delivery guy until it all gets here. After that, I plan on hugging it all close to me. I may tote it all around for a few days Linus style. Finally, I will cry as I cut patterns out and make “wonderful things” out of it all. Sigh, my Christmas dreams have come to fruition this year……Ultimate fabu fabrics <3

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    Lisa Gorbutt says:

    I would make a set of beautiful “Alice in wonderland” inspired cushions for my baby girl. Or create some bespoke christmas bags/sacks using the “Primative xmas” or the “christmas robot” for my little boy. Or maybe some bunting, or some floor cushions and quilts, or anything else i could think off. :o)

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    Brenda Wylie says:

    Love the fabric, I am doing up the Wonderland designs and putting them in frames for my daughter in law for Christmas, if I won the fabric I might just add a pillow or two along with the framed designs!

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    Virginia T says:

    awesomely awesome
    Love the steampunk christmas. Stockings for preteen grands!

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    Wow, too many ideas on what I would do with this fabric! I would use the Alice fabric to make a really cool gift for a friend of mine who is in LOVE with Alice in Wonderland. I would use the Robot Christmas fabric to make a cool table cloth and curtains for my laundry room. Um, a whole bunch of stuff! But first, I would just keep it for a little while and stare at it, lost in my thoughts of how awesome the fabric is and how it’ll really hurt me to cut it apart. Probably literally…

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    Annie Mc says:

    I’d make a lovely winter set of items, ear cosy headband, mittens, slipper socks! I’d have to match the UT fabrics with some cosy faux fur & of course UT rockin’ embroidery designs! Yay urban threads, long may you raaawk! 😀

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    Amy Terrell says:

    I will teach my young daughters to embrace the awesomeness of steam punk with lovely quilts!

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    Yvonne Spear says:

    Mostly I’m speechless…but the thought of a 50’s style apron made from rustic doll print is “pure bliss”.

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    Annelise Crown says:

    After basking in the shear awesomeness of the prints I was thinking that a steampunk table runner and napkins would be the perfect christmas decor.

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    Kristi says:

    Oh so awesomely totally cool! I think I would make some completely “traditional” items – stockings, etc. to give them an UT makeover!

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    Regina says:

    I think I’d have to make some awesome Christmas presents with the fabric if I won. Of course, the hard part is picking what fabric I’d want. Its all so pretty.

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    Jackson5 says:

    Oh my!!!! This is awesomely awesome for sure!!!! My guy and I adore robots. Our house if filled with them. We even have robot tattoos. I would definatley get the robot Christmas ones and whip up a bunch of festive stuff. Maybe some stockings, ornaments, and an apron.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win 🙂

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    Kim says:

    Its awesome with awesome sauce on top! That wonderland fabric would make my friend Sooo happy, now what to make with it.

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    Shawn Crain says:

    I’ve had high hopes that UT would one day offer a quilt grade fabric that I might add to all the machine embroidery d/l’s I’ve purchased and here is the Primitive Collection 🙂 I would love to add this to my quilt with its light hearted theme, to cover my back and keep me warm the next hospital stay I have coming up. Maybe there are nurses that love UT as much as I do. The Primitive Collection reminds me of me, the stitching across my back and chest looks like the same on the cute little girl. She’s stitched with a smile on her face just like me, she looks happy to be where she’s at just like me. She would be happy to be on my quilt while never thinking my scars were anything other than to save my life. She and all the other’s in the PC would be loved on top of my quilt to cover and protect me 🙂

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    Edie says:

    I would make a totally awesome reversible jacket out of the wonderland collection, embellished with awesomely awesome wonderland embroidery. The awesome Christmas fabric would make amazingly awesome stockings to stuff with treats and goodies for two-and-four-legged kids of all ages. Plus a Santa bag to deliver filled stockings to animal rescue shelters!

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    Stephanie says:

    Robot Christmas pjs for my boys who grow an inch everytime I look at them. I would love to make a rockin’ apron for myself too though- the robot presents are insanely cool.

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    Candace West says:

    Robots and Steampunk!! I NEED them both! Obviously I would make Christmas gifts out of the fabric if I were to win!

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    starjumper says:

    this fabric would most definitely be for the family christmas ornaments this year! i wonder how Nana will like a steampunk xmas? or a robot xmas!

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    Nancy says:

    I would make very cute PJ’s for several members of my family! They would be soooo CUTE! I’d buy matching designs to embroider on coordinating solid color parts. Thanks for this great give away!

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    Cyndee says:

    Feeling giddy much like the rest of the Urban Threaders out there about this fabric. Love the Wonderland collection for the idea of a reversible dress and purse for my daughter. Thank you, thank you for putting quality fabric out there.

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    Therese says:

    Robot pillowcases for grandson, snowflakes for mom and dad. Tablerunners for me! Thank you for your giveaway.

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    LEW says:

    AWESOME: Found it… hope I made it in time to get into this Awesome drawing for Awesome fabric.

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    Cindy H. says:

    This fabric would be perfect for aprons and table runners that will match the potholders and kitchen towels I’ve already made. I can also see a fantastic quilt with embroidery out of this great fabric with matching pillows.