Sunday, November 2, 2014

October was all about Science!

I have been fascinated with the design of anything at a microscopic level for awhile now. Different objects, plants, chemicals, you name it, all have unique and beautiful designs when you look at them through a microscope. Check out my Pinterest board to see what I mean. So I figured that would be a fun challenge for the gang in the Printed Fabric Bee to translate that into a surface design idea. My only conditions were no pastels and 12x12.  And wow, I  have been getting very cool fabric in the mail every few days and it has been awesome. 

So wouldn't you love a chance to own your own 6x6 pieces of these scientific beauties? Leave a comment here before November 17th for your chance to win. Good Luck! ~Jackie

Have a look at how all these pieces were created by visiting everyone's blogs:

49 comments:

  1. Can't believe there are no other comments posted yet! These fabric are wonderful, just as all the other fabrics you guys have created have been. Such an impressive group of artists!

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  2. I love the colors! Beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  3. Wow, beautiful, I could not imagine what they would do with this topic, but they all met the challenge.

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  4. Wonderful fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. Another great collection - love what you're all doing!

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  6. My son is a science geek. I would make him a bag or pillow case. Thanks for the nice giveaway.

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  7. The fabrics, and designs are simply stunning. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  8. Beautiful collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  9. very cool...I have lots of science geek friends who would love for me to make them something from these

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  10. I would love to win these, thanks for the chance. dawnm1993@gmail.com

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  11. Jackie, love these patterns. I would love to see, touch, own each and every one of them!

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  12. Lots of nice hints on this post, sew pretty!

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  13. Great topics - my family are all scientists!!
    I'm off to check out the fabrics!

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  14. Wow these fabrics are all gorgeous and love seeing the ways they have been created.

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  15. I love how creative with so many different techniques. Amazing.. love to win, vivianhelena@sti.net

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  16. Love it, thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. a beautiful collection of fabric
    cooladam1 at live dot com

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  18. A great collection! Love seeing the varying approaches to the theme!

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  19. This is such a cool idea to design fabric based on what is seen beneath a microscope. Is there anything more beautiful than what's found in nature? Nope! I am curious why you wouldn't want anything designed in pastels. Hmmm...

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  20. Awesome fabrics and designs love them all

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  21. As a retired scientist I am in love with these fabrics. Great job everyone.

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  22. What a great design concept! These fabrics would add so much intrigue to an art quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. These fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  24. Loving these fabrics - they're SO on my wish list to win!

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  25. What neat fabrics! I just found Julie B. Booth's blog today and am enjoying all her tutorials!

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  26. I again enjoyed reading about the process of each of the artists. Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  27. Fun prints! Thank you!

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  28. Awesome idea, awesome fabric.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  29. So beautiful, and great inspiration. sarah@forrussia.org

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  30. wow - these are awesome - my two geek kiddos would LOVE these prints. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  31. Awesome fabric and very interesting idea.
    Carmina
    Bucharest, Romania

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  32. These prints are beautiful--texture and color. I hope I win. Janet Wright

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  33. I love the Petri dish inspiration of Julie Booth's work...especially as we share a surname too!!
    What a great and amazing selection of fabrics to be in with a chance of winning...Thank you

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  34. I think I would be afraid to cut up any of these fabrics - they are so beautiful!

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  35. Love the science theme. Can think of all sorts of ways to use these delights.

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  36. This months designs are wonderful, so bright and colourful. Love the different surfaces they get my creative neurons running. Thank you lovely ladies for creating such beautiful material.

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  37. Awesome fabrics. They all are great.

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  38. I have never gone down the science path when creating fabrics. What a wonderful creative group of ladies this is. Would love to get my hands on these.

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  39. I would love to win these for my mother for Christmas.

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  40. Lots of neat patterns and I love the no pastels rule.

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  41. beyond fabulous. I love the fabrics, but also a peek at the artists' techniques. Would LOVE to win!!

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  42. The theme fits right in with what I've been doing with science and art. I'm having to much fun.

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  43. I am fascinated by the different techniques used for the artists and the results are so beautiful. Thank you.

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