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Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013: Winners Announced

 

A family run business since 1955, Baum Textile Mills, Inc. is a producer of the finest quality fabrics for the home sewing industry. Building a distinguished reputation for the finest fleeces and flannels on the market, Baum trademarked its exclusive WinterFleece™ "Velour Finish", a process that allows for extraordinary detail, and the softest hand available on its WinterFleece™ and Weatherblock™ fabrics. Baum Textiles features an extensive selection of these fabrics for both retail and manufacturing clients.

In 1995, after recognizing a need for more quality quilting and crafting fabrics, Baum began to add beautiful cotton sheetings to its collections and saw the popularity of these lines grow rapidly. In response to this growing market, Baum decided to focus its efforts on the needs of the independent quilt shops and introduced a new division, Windham Fabrics. Working extensively with quilt historians, industry experts, an in-house design studio, and well-known designers from all around the world, Windham Fabrics has become a leader in the marketplace. Known for its authentic reproductions of antique fabrics, Windham also offers florals, textures, retro and many other contemporary fabric collections sourced from home textiles, scrapbooking and the fashion industries that are created exclusively for quilt shops only. 

Our mission create fabrics which inspire passion and creativity for quilters with various tastes and differing skill levels throughout the world.

Windham Fabrics Links and Resources:

      

Windham Fabrics Website

Windham Fabrics Blog

Win Two Fat Quarter Bundles from Windham Fabrics. 

Somerset Shirtings and First Ladies Fabric (Valued at $100)


Here's How to Enter:

Please click here to go to the contest entry page to enter. Information entered below will not enter you into the contest. You must click the link to go to the contest entry page. 

Winners will be contacted via email, if you do not respond within 7 days, another winner will be chosen.

This contest is open to U.S. residents.

Why is this contest open only to U.S. residents?
We value all of our members, whether in or outside of the U.S. While we wish that it was possible to include everyone in our contests, it isn't. Holding contests has complex legal implications and you will find that many contests are only valid in the country where they originate. This article gives a good explanation: howstuffworks.com/question541.htm

Congratulations to our 3 Lucky Winners!


Comments

Barbara wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Monday, 1 April 2013, 1:51 PM

I love your CiviL War fabric , I use it all the time and can't get enough of this fabric . thanks for making such beautiful fabric in this line . barbara

Patricia Faye wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Monday, 1 April 2013, 6:50 PM

I love all your fabric lines but especially your Civil War fabrics. One of my favorites is Dylan by Whistler Studios.  They are wonderful for making period quilts. I would love to win your give away.

uaniquilt wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Monday, 1 April 2013, 11:29 PM

I like the new collection Midnight Blues.

JUDYD-3 wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Friday, 5 April 2013, 10:25 AM

I love the First Ladies collection.  Civil War fabrics are my favorites.  Thanks for having a 'give away'.

JUDYD-3 wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Friday, 5 April 2013, 10:27 AM

I love the First Ladies Collection.  Civil War fabrics are my favorites.  Thanks for having the 'give away'.

Yorkiefan wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Friday, 5 April 2013, 3:53 PM

I haven't used Civil War fabrics yet.  Would love to make a wall hanging using them. I live in a small town and no real close quilting stores.  This would be a treat!

brat8690@yahoo.com wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Saturday, 6 April 2013, 5:19 PM

I really like ONCE UPON A STORY BOOK. love the colors. There are so many possibilites for projects to make for children from these fabrics.

QUILTINGHEIRLOOMS@GMAIL.COM wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Thursday, 11 April 2013, 3:26 PM

How very nice it would be to use those wonderful hues

debiclardy wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Monday, 15 April 2013, 6:05 PM

Civil War reproductions are my favorites.

LJ_Tulip wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Tuesday, 16 April 2013, 7:52 AM

When I try clicking on the giveaway link, I get "Survey Monkey".  Is there a glitch in the system?

babawagenaar wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Tuesday, 16 April 2013, 3:28 PM

I love your fabric lines in the Civil War era.  I have one quilt in process and hope to make more.

Taleo wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Tuesday, 23 April 2013, 10:41 PM

I love your fabrics, both of the bundles look like they would make excellent quilts but I do lean towards the more traditional fabric patterns. Romance and flowers !!!

Beth wrote re: Windham Fabrics Sponsor Spotlight 2013
on Thursday, 25 April 2013, 10:19 PM

I think all of your fabrics are beautiful, but the ones that really struck a chord with me was the "First Ladies" line, just beautiful :)

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