Wednesday, January 13, 2016

It's Time for a Giveaway!!!!

It's a new year and we are gearing up for a new season of Project Run and Play and so we thought that now would be a good time for a giveaway!!!!




Today's giveaway is a 5 yard bundle of our "Four Corners" fabric line that we designed for Riley Blake Designs.  (It comes in 3 different color waves and the winner gets to choose which color wave they like best.)

To enter all you have to do is leave us a comment telling us either what one of your favorite PRP challenges from the past has been or a challenge you would like to see in the future.

That's it.

But...if you would like another chance to win leave another comment telling us if you follow PRP on facebook.
And...if you want one more chance to win leave another comment telling us if you follow Simple Simon and Company on facebook.

Good luck and we will announce the winner on Monday!

165 comments :

  1. I've loved the most the refashion and upcycle challenge, but I would love to see a challenge about film styles.
    I love the PRP challenges, keep going, you rock!

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  2. animal challenge, profession challenge (clothes based on a profession without being a uniform)?

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  3. I just found this through someone I follow on Facebook and I am SUPER EXCITED to follow along! Stoked for the sparkly glitter challenge! As a Mom of boys this is hard to include sparkly glittery stuff, but they love sparkly glittery stuff just as much as girls! Going to Facebook now to find and follow! - HerlyMom aka Amanda Herlinget

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  4. I just found this through someone I follow on Facebook and I am SUPER EXCITED to follow along! Stoked for the sparkly glitter challenge! As a Mom of boys this is hard to include sparkly glittery stuff, but they love sparkly glittery stuff just as much as girls! Going to Facebook now to find and follow! - HerlyMom aka Amanda Herlinget

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  5. I follow SImple Simon on facebook.

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  6. I love everything inspired by books, and there are so many ways you could create a challenge- there is the fairy tale inspired theme, or a character inspired theme, or even a challenge to use text/alphabet print... I also love fantasy inspired...

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    1. Oh, and challenges that you can use to make BOY clothes. Geez, I mostly sew for boys, so all the sparkly and girly themes are hard.

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  7. I'd love to see an "everyday dress up" challenge - clothes based on super dressy styles that are toned down for everyday wear.

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  8. I love anything UPCYCLED! So anything with hand-me-down or up cycling has been my favorite challenge to see. So much talent out there sewing away for kids.

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  9. and I also follow simple simon & co on Facebook!

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  10. I love the up cycle challenges, and sewing for boys.

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  11. My favorite theme is a tie between the candy one and the Saturday morning cartoon. I would love to see a board game theme. Or did I miss it when it was done?

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  12. I think it would be fun to see a retro challenge -- anything from Marie Antoinette to Elvis Presley.

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  13. I only found PRP last year, and I sewed along with all but the last challenge. The first one, the Bubble dress will be the most memorable for me.

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  14. I loved the white sheet challenge, and I love the boys clothes challenge.

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  15. I love the themes more so than having to use a specific pattern. The Frances Suzanne month last year was my favorite.

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  16. I love the themes more so than having to use a specific pattern. The Frances Suzanne month last year was my favorite.

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  17. I loved the candy inspired challenge from a few years ago. My daughter wore the shirt and belt I created for years but sadly never wore the skirt again. Sew and lean I gues!

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  18. I loved the recycle/up cycle theme! I love it all!

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  19. I love the creative themes you all come up with. One of my favorites was doing the "artist" inspired outfit.

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  20. I love the refashion challenges, and I also liked the "Art Inspired" challenge from the past.
    Deborah

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  21. I don't follow Simple Simon on Facebook, but I do check in and see what you all are doing quite frequently.
    Deborah Devine

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  22. Challenge Ideas: "Using the Color Wheel As A Guide to Create," "Re-purposing Men's Shirts," "Vacation Duds,"
    "Family Memories," "Show Your Patriotic Spirit," or "Where I Live."
    Deborah
    P.S. I was just checking out the Four Corners Line yesterday for the Metallic/Shiny Challenge. I like the gold metallic accents in the fabric.

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  23. My favorite past challenge has been the "Fabric manipulation" challenge and the "art challenge" was so much fun too!

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  24. I really enjoyed the Fabric Manipulation challenge. It was so fun seeing what people came up with and I have always liked doing some hand work on clothes.

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  25. I don't follow you on the PRP on facebook, but I do visit it.

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  26. I don't follow Simple Simon and Company on facebook , but I do visit it.

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  27. Has there been a video game inspiration yet? If not, I'd love to see that!

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  28. I follow simple simon and co on Facebook

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  29. I follow project run and play on facebook.

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  30. I follow simple simon on facebook

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  31. I follow simple simon and co on facebook.

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  32. I follow PRP on facebook
    sewfabrics@outlook.

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  33. I discovered PR&P during the Art Inspired challenge. The entries were so gorgeous that I was immediately hooked. Keep up the inspiring work!

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  34. I loved the "Let's go to the movies" theme.

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  35. Any themes for boys would be awesome!!

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  36. I really love signature style because I know the clothes I make are things we're going to use over and over because it's our style!

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  37. All your challenges are great, I love the up cycle ones because that is something I am always inspired by.

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  38. A boy challenge would be fun, but also maybe an evening gown/dress up challenge. But then again a signature style is good because it's my style. I don't know. I think I love them all!

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  39. Has there been a Kids' Choice challenge? Where your child picks a favourite book/toy/character/colour and you have to sew based on whatever they come up with? I'd like that!

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  40. I follow Simple Simon on Facebook too.

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  41. I like the vintage and up cycle challenges

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  42. I would love to see some kind of unconventional materials challenge.

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  43. I follow Simple Simon and Co on Facebook.

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  44. I would love a book character challenge! Or a landscape challenge, like a ocean inspired or forest inspired look.

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  45. I like the 80's cartoon challenge

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  46. I follow simple Simon and co on Facebook

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  47. I love the signature style challenge each season!

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  48. How about a Vintage inspired challenge. That would be fun :)

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  49. I follow PRP on facebook x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  50. I follow simple simon and company on facebook x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  51. I liked the textile design manipulation challenge x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  52. I'd love to see current couture or runway fashions translated into high fashion childrens looks for a challenge. Also childrens boutique looks are my favorite, but that might be unfair for competitors sewing for boys. I believe my favorite challenge was avant garde...I can't remember exactly but it was extremely over the top for that competition and I loved it.

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  53. I follow SimPle Simon & Co on Facebook. (Great storytelling there.)

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  54. Refashion and upcycle challenge!

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    2. I also like the idea of a vintage inspired challenge! Love, love, love vintage!

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    3. I also like the idea of a vintage inspired challenge! Love, love, love vintage!

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  55. I follow Simple Simon and Co on fb!

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  56. I'd love to see adult designer creations reinvented into wearable kids clothes. That would be fun! I follow PRP on Facebook, too.

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  57. I love upcycling. I would love to see more of that.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  58. I follow on Facebook.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  59. I have to be honest and say this is the first time I have visited! I love learning new things and to be challenged sounds like a great way to do it! Thanks for your site! I'm going to visit again!

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  60. I also follow Simple Simon and Co on FB too.

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  61. I like the upcycle challenges, but really, anything that includes the boys is a hit with me!

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  62. I saw someone else mentioned repurposing Men's shirts. That would awesome! I love upcycling.

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  63. Love the upcyclying/refashioning!

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  64. I just found you so I can't really comment on past, men's shirts is a great one. I once used them in a Log Cabin quilt. Love to hear other ideas.

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  65. I added PRP to my Facebook likes.

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  66. I am now following Simple Simon and Co on FB too.

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  67. I'm really interested in the cosplay challenge for this cycle, can't wait to see the rules and results! I like all the challenges that make you think outside the box

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  68. I really love to upcycle old garments. So these challenges speak to my heart...

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  69. I would love to see a challenge where the items are donated to a worthy cause.

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  70. I love refashion challenges! Too often my kids are sad when they outgrow something so Im always looking for creative ways to reimagine their clothes once they are too small.

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  71. I love the challenges inspired by the movies! SO excited for the new season though. Glitter, sparkles, knits?! Oh My!

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  72. I follow Simple Simon and Co on FB. (Love the Dr. Pepper sagas...)

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  73. Fashioning items for the home or me, from barely worn clothing like knits, denims.
    Blocks of month quilting patterns .

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  74. Following PRP on Facebook.

    schimmel.db@gmail.com

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  75. I'm receiving Simple Simon & Co newsletter and follow via bloglovin.
    Excited about the BOM starting soon.

    schimmel.db@gmail.com

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  76. I love the signature style challenges!

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  77. I follow Simple Simon and Company on facebook.

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  78. I love upcycle challenges of any type.

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  79. I follow Simple Simon and Co on FB

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  80. I love the up cycling challenges. Also love the ones that are inspired from a decade in the past!

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  81. I follow simple Simon on Facebook!

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  82. Loved the white sheet and upcycling challenges.
    Would like to participate in more boys or gender neutral based challenges, retro/vintage inspired and maybe a 'dress up' challenge where kids who would wear 'dress up' anywhere can wear 'dress up' inspired everyday wear.

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  83. I love incorporating other crafts into sewing (the embroidery!), upcycling, something that's suitable for boys, or a theme about a certain look.

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  84. I like refashions and boys projects

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  85. I like recycle/up cycle themes.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  86. Following PRP on facebook: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  87. Following Simple Simon and Company on facebook: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  88. My favorite challenge was sharing what we made got Halloween. It was fun yo play along, since I already was. Plus I won one year, so that holds a special place.

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  89. I like upcycles. It would also be fun to see some themes based on books or literature.

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  90. I liked the white sheet up cycle challenge.

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  91. I like PRP on Facebook (as Christina Poynter)

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  92. There's never enough stuff out there to sew for boys, so I'd love to see a fun PRP boy theme

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  93. I would love to see something inspired by Disney Dapper Day.

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  94. I like movie theme challenges or swimwear.

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  95. Challenge where you connect upcycled and new materials!

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  96. I love making bags and would love to see a challenge for kids travel bags. Thanks for the fun!

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  97. I follow PRP on Facebook. Thanks again!

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  98. I love the refashion challenges and the sheet challenge for creating your own textile.

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  99. The white sheet challenge was awesome. I would like to see a nature inspired theme, maybe woodland, garden, or ocean.

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  100. I love the PRP challenges. There ate some good ideas listed already. Maybe a historic refashion. Like a 19th century popular fashion.

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  101. I too love the upcycle challenges! Another fun challenge would be using (non typical materials) not sure what that would be called, but you know the funky stuff, cork, craft tex, etc.

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  102. I like the signature style fashion challenge

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  103. Love the signature style. Excited about the cosplay.

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  104. Follow on Fb. Do you have an instagram account?

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  105. I love the art challenge and I am super excited about the comic con challenge this season

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  106. My favorite challenge was the men's dress shirt and refashioned. xoxo

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