Monday, September 15, 2014

Birch Giveaway of Teagan White's Acorn Trail!

Available September 25th!!!

Acorn Trail by Teagan White is the darling follow-up to Teagan's first Fort Firefly collection.  We've brought back the beloved Penny character and all her forest friends.  Penny and her forest friends lead a simple life of gathering acorns and wood for campfires.  Penny's cottage is surrounded by peony bushes and adorable insect friends.  The squirrels and birds help Penny with her household chores and maintaining their beloved home: Acorn Trail. We will be giving away 1/2 yards of Acorn Trail's prints in Canvas and Knit. Enter to win!

Enter to win these beauties!




Collection Available September 25th!!!







Acorn Trail is available in quilt-weight cotton, knit, canvas, and voile.

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway.

This giveaway ends on Sunday 9/21 @ 12 pm PST.  The winner will be contacted shortly after by email.  The winner will be chosen by random.org through Rafflecopter.


88 comments:

  1. I would love to make a quilt out of that fabric! So adorable!

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  2. I would love to incorporate these into a quilt!

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  3. I've been waiting for this line to incorporate it into a quilt with Fort Firefly for my daughter!

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  4. I would love to make a skirt for a little girl

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  5. beautiful fabric., i would make library bags for my kids and zip pouches

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  6. I would make hoops galore with this fabric! Loved her last line and I can't even wait for this one!

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  7. I would like to make some doll clothing.

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  8. These fabrics look so whimsical and fun!

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  9. With the canvas I would use it to make a bag or tote. With the knits, i see some cute shirts!

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  10. A skirt or dress for my daughter would be cute.

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  11. I think I would make a table runner. I am subject to change my mind. It's beautiful!

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  12. I would make some bags for my friends.

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  13. I would love to incorporate these into my probono embroidery work!

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  14. I have been waiting and waiting and waiting for this collection!! I adore it! I already have a quilt all planned out. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. Diaper bag & a super cute dress or two

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  16. I would love to win this raffle. My daughter is almost five and has been begging me to learn to sew on the machine. These prints would be so fun to work with and to teach her some basic sewing.

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  17. I have made many quilts with your fabrics would love to make one with this fabric

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  18. I would use the fabric to make a new bag.

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  19. I would make a quilt just for me, I love the range and Birch fabrics feel so beautiful to touch. So, for a change, just for me, just because the fabric is so gorgeous!

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  20. Clothes for my daughter and doll :)

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  21. I would use the prints to make my first quilt! :)

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  22. I would use the canvas for awesomely cute tote bags, cause you can never have enough. The knits would make super cute clothes for the littles in my life!

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  23. I would love to make couple pencil cases or a tote. Thanks

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  24. I'd make a patchwork skirt for a niece.

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  25. I would make either a quilt or some skirts for my nature loving 5 year old daughter!

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  26. I think I would love to make some tablet covers.

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  27. I would love to make a weekender bag!!!

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  28. My birthday is the 21st! I'd love to make a giant birthday crown and sash. But if that's overdoing it, I think I'll make a couple throw covers, headbands, and a satchel. Or a mini quilt. OH,

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  29. These would be perfect for making skirts or dresses for my little girls!

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  30. A knit top for the knit, a quilt with the cotton and sit a pon for the canvas. You Biirch fabric are the greatest. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. I would love to make a little backpack with the canvas and a little knit skirt!

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  32. I would combine them with my fort firefly fabrics that I've been hoarding and make a quilt for my two year old girl named Penny!

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  33. I love these fabrics so much but I know that these would end up in a dress for my daughter rather than anything for me. They are just so beautiful that they really do need to be seen and a dress is the perfect way to show them off.

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  34. I would make a big cushion cover :)

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  35. I have a special purse in mind for these fabrics.

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  36. Love the birds and woodsy critters! They call for a quilt for sure

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  37. I need to make a throw quilt for myself!

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  38. First I think something for my niece that was just born days ago and then maybe a pillow!

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  39. I'd like to decorate a canvas tote bag with them.

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  40. I would make burp cloths, baby trousers, baby blankets or baby dresses:)))))

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  41. I'd love to make a bag or two with the canvas.

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  42. I'd probably use them in a quilt. So cute!

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  43. I have been in so excited for this to come out! I would probably make something fun for my daughter.

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  44. I would make a quilt for sure. Screams fireplace and long winter nights to me.

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  45. A shoulder bag? A lunch bag? Some cool iPad covers? Lots of possibilities.

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  46. My big girl is starting school soon so I would make her some supplies

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  47. I would love to make a weekender bag or a quilt.

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  48. I would make a quilt for my daughter. I am in love with these colors!!

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  49. Love all the fabrics in this line! I would make another quilt (of course!!).

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  50. I always gravitate towards quilts and these would be lovely together. But a few of these together with a linen would make a fabulous bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  51. I would make bags for knitters! 'cause that's what I do!

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  52. I've been making fabric bins and these patterns would be perfect to use for my niece and nephews!

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  53. The fabric is just gorgeous.. abag for sure !

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  54. Gorgeous fabric!
    I'd make a quilt for Rosa!

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  55. Definitely some skirts for my daughters. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  56. I can't wait to get my hands on the voille and the knit to make my granddaughter a dress also gonna be getting some yardage for a quilt

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  57. Oooohh.. If I won these fat quarters, I would make a sweet little bunting for my little girls room!

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  58. I'd put all these lovelies into a quilt!

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  59. They are beautiful. I would make stuff for my grand daughters

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  60. Those fabrics are perfect for an autumn quilt!

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  61. Oh the possibilities! Something adorable!

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  62. I am currently making a quilt for my sister's first baby out of Fort Firefly---this would be the perfect addition!

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  63. I would make a baby quilt for a friend who is expecting out of the quilting cottons, I would love to make a few bags from the canvas

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  64. I'd love to make a quilt with these fabrics!

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  65. I would make a beautiful quilt for my daughter! :)

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  66. Quilt of course! I think I would use templates like the half square circle or maybe a Double Wedding Ring.

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  67. Love the gorgeous prints. I would make a lap quilt.

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  68. If I'm being honest....I would likely hoard this in my "no cut" stash! :) It's soooooo sweet! Would make an adorable skirt for my daughter for fall too!

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  70. I'd make some fun pillows or zip bags!

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  71. I'd use this lovely fabric to make a quilt!

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  72. I'd make cushions, clothes for my daughter, and things for myself...

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  73. I love the library bag idea! Would be a great gift for my kiddos for Christmas! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. These are very sweet prints. My grown daughter has a soft spot for such cuteness, so I picture an apron or cushions. Then buying yardage for dressmaking :)

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  75. Just discovered your blog and it will go on the list of my favs, for sure! These prints are more than gorgeous!

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