Saturday, October 3, 2015

The Printed Fabric Bee Giveaway: Caribbean Ocean

We have been hosting this giveaway for the last two years. This is our last collection. We will be back in January with a new format which we think you will like. Please stay tuned.

Meanwhile, Judy Vincentz Gula, September queen bee, challenged us to create a 12" x 12" Caribbean Ocean theme piece.

Each member of the Bee also made a 6" square of fabric which you have a chance to win!

Leave a comment on this post or visit Judy's blog and leave a comment under the photo of the collection by October 15 and you will be eligible to win the entire collection. Imagine what you could make with 11 squares of fabulous fabrics! Judy will be choosing a winner on October 16. Good luck!

Be sure to also stop by all the Bee members' blogs to read about how they made their contribution to this collection. Good Luck!

Carol R. Eaton
Jackie Lams
Lynda Heines
Gerrie Congdon
Susan Purney Mark
Deborah Boschert
Jane Davila
Lisa Chin
Lynn Krawczyk
Leslie Jenison
Julie B. Booth 


  1. Caribbean Ocean. .. what a great way to celebrate summer end !!

  2. I've never been to the Carribean but I'd like to use these fabrics to make a foreshadowed memory!

    :) Linda

  3. The title conjures up some images and colours, doesn't it.......

  4. I have really been enjoying all the unusual themes. Looking forward to seeing the new format. Good luck!

  5. I've never visited this part of the world but these colours are just how I imagine it!

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  7. These are so bright and cheery! Love the colors!

  8. I love this theme and this beautiful fabric art. I'm feeling the Carribean breeze already!

  9. Yum. Would be fun to play with Carribean themed squares. Just the thing for the upcoming winter! Can't wait to see the rest of the squares.

  10. These are my favorite colors.....would love to win this set.

  11. What fun, I have enjoyed seeing all the beautiful Caribbean Ocean creations.

  12. There's nothing I love more than the ocean! These are wonderful and really get the creative juices flowing! Good job!!

  13. I like Carol R. Eaton's tidal fabric, really captures the movement of water.

  14. I have enjoyed watching you create all these art pieces. Love this theme and the fabrics that have been created so far.

  15. thank you so very much for sharing these techniques. I am anxious to try them!!


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