More Goodies from American Made Brand!

When it rains, it pours!  I have not only one, but two fun giveaways planned for this week!

Do you remember the AMB road trip from last month? That was my first introduction to those amazing solids, and I’ve been playing with them every spare moment since!  AMB is also sponsoring a Farm to Fabric challenge.  Definitely click the link for all the details, but in a nutshell- all you have to do is make a quilt with the AMB solids that expresses your interpretation of the theme “Farm to Fabric.”  Then send in pictures of your quilt by August 15.  The best part?!?  Winning quilts will be displayed at International Quilt Festival in Houston this fall.  How cool would that be?

Here’s a sneak peak of the fabrics I’m using for my challenge quilt, yum!

AMB farm to market challenge

 

 

 

 

And if you’re overwhelmed with all the color possibilities, the Fat Quarter Shop has some lovely fat quarter bundles to help get you started.  I also recommend the color card so you can see all 50 fabrics in their glory.

For the giveaway, Clothworks will give one of my readers this fun tote bag featuring the AMB logo (just imagine, wandering around quilt festival with this tote over your arm, then stopping to pose for pictures in front of your challenge quilt!!)

AMB market bag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You have two opportunities to enter:

1- Leave me a comment below.  Tell me your favorite AMB color, whether you’re entering the challenge, or your favorite coffee flavor (my favorite color is dark aqua)

2- Like The Caffeinated Quilter on Facebook, and leave me a comment telling me you’ve done so.  (Thank you, thank you!!  It’s lovely to be liked:-))

I’ll pick one random winner on Saturday,  July 12, and notify via e-mail and a follow-up blog post.  Good luck!  And check back on Friday for the second giveaway!

Happy Stitching!

emily

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11 Responses to More Goodies from American Made Brand!

  1. Linda says:

    I also love the dark aqua like you. I am a new quilter! I love your blog! I also like you on Facebook. Have an awesome day!

  2. Jen Beatty says:

    The variety of yellows is great, especially in summer!

  3. Karen says:

    like you I love the dark aqua it looks pretty close to the same as what I have used in several of my quilts – it just seems to make scrap quilts that have a lot of color and white in them pop – question for you does the AMB fabric feel pretty much the same to you as Kona Cotton and Bella Solids? I see the price is similar to those two.

  4. Tabitha Keener says:

    I love aqua! Favorite coffee would be Folgers, I haven’t tried anything else for years. Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

  5. Tabitha Keener says:

    I follow you on Facebook! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

  6. Geni Pickens says:

    Love the Dark Aqua

  7. Geni Pickens says:

    Following you on Facebook too!!

  8. Kathy Towers says:

    L-O-V-E dark aqua, and dark eggplant is a close second…
    Just like the smell of Folger’s :o)
    And, I like you on Facebook…

  9. Hillary says:

    I am drawn to the dark raspberry- such a vivid beautiful color!! I like the smell of HEB hill country coffee (but tea is my favorite form of caffeine!) and I like you on Facebook (and otherwise too! You can’t pick me- I’m family!) =0)

  10. Rachell R says:

    I love the bundles like Seafaring that FQS has! As to my favorites, the purple and yellow shades, but it’s a big toss up for me between the Periwinkle and Aqua!
    Thanks!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  11. Elizabeth says:

    My girl would love a quilt of lime and dark purple. I think I love all the blues together :) The challenge is not on my radar but I would love to see what others do. Exciting stuff – look forward to seeing your entry!

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