Win: 1930’s clamshell fabric bundle as featured in Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine

If you’ve picked up Issue 29 of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine you may have spotted the sweet cover gift featuring Clamshell English Paper Piecing templates and a project book jam packed with adorable scalloped projects.

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We were delighted to provide a selection of our favourite 1930s fabrics and Robert Kaufman Essex Linen for the projects featured in the booklet and we absolutely love the results!

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You can find our LPQ 1930’s Clamshell bundle with 10% off here and since Christmas is fast approaching we wanted to give one of you the chance to start the new year with some lovely new fabrics, so to be in with a chance of winning a bundle of our gorgeous 1930’s clamshell fabrics,  just enter using the Rafflecopter Giveaway below.

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The draw closes on Friday 18th December and the winner will be contacted shortly afterwards

Good luck!

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11 thoughts on “Win: 1930’s clamshell fabric bundle as featured in Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine

  1. Andrea Reynolds

    This fabric is absolutely gorgeous. It would definitely suit my daughter’s room so either a cushion or some fabric baskets to store her bits and bobs in. Thanks so much for offering such a wonderful prize 🙂

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    1. Cathy ewbank

      Great giveaway! I’d make a Dresden quilt with this beautiful clamshell bundle. Perfect for summery picnics

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  2. Tara Watts

    Thanks for this opportunity. Love following you on IG. Okay, I would love to make some bunting and perhaps a small project bag. That way I can get to see these pretties each day.

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  3. Julie Poole

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I would love to use these fabrics to make some of the projects in the magazine and tidy up my kitchen counters!

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  4. Iris Fitzpatrick

    I love this fabric. I have a clamshell project on my to do challenge for next year, although those edgings with the clamshells looks great too. Many options, thanks for a chance to win

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  5. Kenzi

    Such an adorable bundle! I think I’d like to try out making a hexie patchwork pillow with these cute little prints!

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