Friday, November 11, 2016

We're Thankful For: Imagine Gnats

It's probably safe to say every one of us is thankful for Rachael from Imagine Gnats.  She's today's featured giveaway sponsor, so be sure to stick around to the end of this post where we tell you how to get another entry to our huge giveaway.
If you use apparel fabrics in your sewing (and that's why you're here, isn't it?  Because you sew for your children!) you've most likely heard of Imagine Gnats.  Maybe you were first drawn to shopping there because you heard about the super fast shipping times.  Or perhaps someone raving about Rachael's fantastic customer service drew you to Imagine Gnats.  Could it be you (too) dream vicariously through Rachael about what it would be like to have a fabric shop in your garage?  And of course there's the huge supply of patterns and notions she stocks in her shop too.  Whatever first attracted you to Imagine Gnats, very likely it's her small inventory and fast turnover (which means there's always new and exciting things in her shop) that keeps you going back time and time again!

And then there was the time Rachael herself was a designer on Project Run & Play.  She had us all in serious awe over and over again with her four entries.
Not only is the Imagine Gnats shop an inspiring place to shop, but Rachael's blog over at Imagine Gnats is a source of constant education and inspiration too.  For example, if you don't know much about a certain type of fabric, just spend some time exploring the All About Fabric posts.
Not only does Rachael keep up an informational and inspirational blog, and one of the best fabric shops around, she also designs sewing patterns.  Recently she's launched some pretty cool embroidery patterns too.
So you can see why we are so thankful for Rachael and Imagine Gnats.  The winner of Giveaway #1 is going to receive $40 to spend at Imagine Gnats, and the winner of Giveaway #2 is going to get ALL the patterns designed by Rachael in paper.  Plus a whole bunch of other cool fabric and pattern valued at over $600!
Alright, now it's time for you to get involved in thanking Imagine Gnats to get an extra entry into our Thankful giveaway.  Just visit  the Imagine Gnats shop and do a little dreaming.  (Just be sure to leave some of this fabric for me!!!)  Then come back here and leave a comment about which fabric you'd add to your shopping cart first!  Your comment earns you an extra entry to our super huge Thankful giveaway.  

If you're loosing track of all the ways to enter our Thankful giveaways, here they are:
Leave a comment telling us what you're thankful for on our original giveaway post here.
Leave a comment about your favorite children's pattern from Blank Slate Patterns on last Friday's post here.
And of course leave a comment about your favorite fabric from Imagine Gnats below!  

24 comments :

  1. My daughter would love the playful cats Japanese lawn fabric.

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  2. I love the knit selection she has. I've ordered before and be very happy with the quality, so I'll just take those tiny organic interlock stripes in all the colors!

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  3. Um everything! I want to try the Shetland flannel and more double gauze. And the wool knit.

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  4. I love her cherie: bon voyage lumiere knit.

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  5. I love the Brushstroke Double Gauze and her chambray!

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  6. I would get some Vintage sweatshirt fleece in cranberry. I have been wanting to sew myself a slouchy cardigan and I think this would be perfect! Thanks!

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  7. http://imaginegnats.com/shop/observer-triangle-tokens-ink-metallic-knit/ or the dark gray active wear but that seemed boring... ☺

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  8. It's so hard to choose! I'm loving all the solid double gauze, but I think I'd probably go with the striped wool knit.

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  9. I'd want to load up on shot cotton. I think the red/white would be lovely for Christmas.

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  10. tapestry: mudcloth blue in knit, such a pretty colour

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  11. I love the fabric from off the grid outfit. Love the stipes.

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  12. My favorite fabric is the art gallery fabrics knit solids strawberry kiss!

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  13. Love the organic cotton/modal grey and white stripes...stripes and organic, oh my yes!

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  14. I would loooove to get my hands on some of the wool jersey knit! Especially the Terra Cotta color ... so pretty and cozy!

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  15. Any of the knits but especially the cherie: bon voyage lumiere knit!

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  16. So many beautiful fabrics, but I can't take my eyes off the Haiku Organic Cotton Lawn in Poem! Such a beautiful modern print

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  17. Oh my god, that art gallery cherie: bon voyage Lumiere; the girls on bicycles are too sweet! I am obsessed with knits and haven't tried art gallery yet but I hear nothing but good things.

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  18. Wow such amazing fabrics! The first one I'd add would be the Haiku Organic Cotton Lawn: Poem! What a beauty!!!

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  19. The scattered floral interlock is dreamy!

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  20. I've been sewing with knits more this year, so I'd love to try the wool jersey knit! Live the colors it comes in.

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  21. I love the Watercolor Floral double gauze in blue and pink!
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  22. some of the chambrays look pretty nice! And, I'd love to give the double gauze a try

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  23. Difficult choice, but I would go for "heathered double gauze in navy"

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