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Cyber Monday: Win a free Narwhal!

Cyber Monday - win a narwhal!

Cyber Monday doesn’t get much better than this! “Like” Fluffyland on Facebook and Share the magic of the Narwhal for a chance to win your very own!

(gray narwhals available for purchase in the Fluffyland shop!)

And congratulations to lynaeve, winner of the Silhouette Designer Edition giveaway!

(and i know, i’m as done with this crazy promotional stuff as you are. i promise, after this we return to regularly scheduled programming. time to get back to makin’ stuff!)

cart full of fabric GIVEAWAY WEEK: day 4

cart full of fabric: GIVEAWAY WEEK! @ fluffyland craft & sewing blog

Can you believe it’s already day 4? I could give away fabric all year, I’m having so much fun with this!

What’s Today’s Fabric Look Like?

day 4 of fabric giveaway week: fun pink fabrics!

The large fabric in this set is a really funny & unique pink lycra with holes. It’s almost like a mesh, but it’s super stretchy! I feel like it could make a great costume of some sort or add a nice touch to an aquatic themed stuffed animal… who knows! There’s over a yard here, and it’s very wide, so lots of options.

The other two are cottons, a little less than half a yard apiece, and the black butterfly fabric has sequin embroidery!

How do I enter?

1. You receive 1 name in the hat for a comment on today’s giveaway post. Say whatever you’d like – if you’re lost for ideas, think of something you could make with today’s fabric!

2. You receive 1 additional name in the hat for mentioning this giveaway on your blog (and tell me in your comment!) I have made some buttons below to help you out in this endeavor!

*My apologies, but I cannot ship packages outside the United States in this giveaway!*

cart full of fabric: GIVEAWAY WEEK! @ fluffyland craft & sewing blog

cart full of fabric: GIVEAWAY WEEK! @ fluffyland craft & sewing blog

Enjoy, good luck, and come back tomorrow for more!

Each day’s entry will be open from 12:00am EST to 11:59pm EST. The winner for each day will be announced and contacted the following morning, and if you’re the lucky one, you’ll be sent a package full of fabric goodness!

and the winner is….

giveaway winner - number 6!

Tig! Commenter number 6, whose favorite color is kelly green. Congratulations, Tig!

It was fun to see what everyone’s favorite colors are! Lots of people like purple, which was funny to me since I am not a purple person. Although apparently, purple is the hot color for fall! And it has been growing on me lately.

My favorite color is turquoise, really any shade between blue and green (but closer to the blue side). When it comes to a second favorite color, though, that’s tricky. I love green and blue and orange and yellow… I have pink days, too. It all depends. I love colors!

Yesterday I finally got around to fixing up a little shelf unit I picked up at the Goodwill more than a year ago. It was a bathroom fixture, a little cabinet with a towel rack and shelf. It was quite beat up, wobbly, and dirty… but it had potential. So it came home with me.

white shelf before

I first bought it because I loved the knobs on the doors. I wanted to paint the unit a solid bright color, and leave the knobs white. But cabinets are rather impractical for me, because then the space in front of them can never be blocked.

The back piece was flimsy cardboard-like stuff, and it was starting to mold. It was the first thing to go. I took off the doors, figuring it’d be easier to paint that way, and realized: this is a cute shelf! Little shelf sat in my room lodging fabric during the school year, growing steadily weaker since it was missing a proper back.

That is, until yesterday! My wonderful brother Ben helped me use the circular saw to chop off an appropriately sized piece of pegboard that we had sitting in the basement. I decided to paint it… considered white, then light pink, until I realized: this can be whatever color I want it to be, really and truly. It doesn’t have to match, it just has to be awesome. That’s when I pulled out the orange bottle.

And I’m glad that I did!

orange shelves

Little shelf is quite happy now, with a solid back attached to all of the shelves and the wobbly shelf re-nailed to the sides. It’ll be perfect in my dorm room for holding all my little shoe-box sized bins of whales, mousies, pouches, and supplies. Hurray!

Speaking of moving into the dorm… I’ve still got quite a few whales who would be much happier with real homes than crammed into these plastic bins. Wouldn’t you like to have one?

busy little bee
buzzing flower to flower,
sustained by its work.