Thursday, July 12, 2012

Liberty of London Scarf Giveaway!



The past two weeks I have been working on some projects for Purl for the new Liberty Lifestyle Collection launch next Thursday.  The new collection is called Bloomsbury and is quilting weight fabrics.
The Twenty Minute Tote from Molly's Sketchbook. Visit the Purl Bee to get the pattern.

The flowers are big and beautiful and bright! Some are the classic tiny ditsy prints. Some even have a retro look.  I am sewing up some Twenty Minute Totes, Quilts and even a Union Jack pillow. Having a lot of fun doing this and definitely have Liberty on the brain. 


So I thought, I have never had a give away on my blog and have a new item in my own line of products, the Liberty Bandanna Scarves, so with this post I am giving a pink Liberty of London bandanna to one lucky winner.  This is a great piece to use as a bandanna, a scarf, or a hankie. Two pink prints put together with neon pink stitching.  


Please submit your comment to this post by Monday July 16th at midnight.  Do you have a favorite Liberty of London print? How would you wear this item? As a scarf or a head band?  What's your favorite accessory?


Please make sure you leave your email/twitter handle or that your comment is linked to your profile or blog so I can contact you if you win! 
Good luck readers!



Pink Pieced Liberty Bandanna Scarf




18 comments:

  1. Love Liberty fabrics - retro AND classy! You have such a great eye for pattern and color, Tracey. I get compliments on my laptop case all the time!

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  2. Pink is my favorite color! And these two fabrics go perfect together. Once again you made the perfect fabric marraige!

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  3. Everything you create is absolutely gorgeous!
    Annie
    @brooklynowlnyc
    BrooklynOwl@gmail.com

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  4. Very interesting design and color combination. A beautiful piece.

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  5. Love your fabrics and what you do with them. Beautiful piece!

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  6. Give me a Liberty scarf, or give me death!

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  7. Gorgeous bandanna, Tracey. I love the pink!

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  8. I really love these as scarves and the pink is so cute. Nice fabric combo.

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  9. hi tracey, we met a while back (4years?) when i fostered via anjellicle! i didn't know you had a blog; i'm almost never on facebook but it's what led me to this post. i love liberty of london - i bought a bib kit from purl a few years ago and have been making little gifts with liberty fabrics for all my friends' babies ever since. i'm kindof excited to check out their new collection...

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  10. I love this! It is the perfect mix of classic and hipster cool -- it is really cool.

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  11. love these colours! will I get away on putting it on my 3 year old son ?!? nooooo ok then it will have to go on my head then instead ;)

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  12. Love the fabric combination! Normally I would wear it as a scarf, but in this heat I think I'd wear it as a headband with my hair up to stay cool(er).

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  13. Love! perfect to pair with a white dress in summer or navy or black in fall! I would also tie this on a brown bag to add some color!

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  14. The scarf is just as beautiful on the website as it is in person...hope Saturday night was a sales success!

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  15. Beautiful scarf Tracey. Love the colors (you know me and my bright colors!) what a fun giveaway!
    xx
    Kimberli
    www.TheMacKayWay.com

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