Thursday, December 1, 2011

A great giveaway for designers and DIYer's from Lewis and Sheron Textiles!

So, on Tuesday I introduced you to my newest sponsor, Lewis and Sheron Textiles. Today I'm happy to announce that they are offering $100.00 in store credit to one lucky Decorology reader!

To enter for your chance to win, simply visit lsfabrics.com and browse through their amazing selection of fabrics. Come back to this post and leave a comment sharing the name of the fabric you would buy with your $100.00 credit, and what project you have in mind for the fabric. To comment on this post (scroll to the bottom of this post and right above "Labels" you will see a number followed by the word "comments." Click on the word "Comments." Or, you will see a link, "Post a Comment," which you click on to comment.

If you receive posts in your email feel free to respond to the email noting that you'd like to be entered in the drawing (don't forget to mention your favorite fabric!).

Below are a few more of my favorite fabrics...

"Tribal Thread" - I would love to reupholster my dining chair cushions with this.

"Parisenne" - I think would make some really cute, conversation starting table linens - napkins, placemats, or a runner.


The fabric above, "Westminster," would make a really fabulous upholstered headboard.

"Iskander" would be great for throw pillows.

I can't wait to hear what everyone's favorites are, and the projects you'd use them for! Post your comments by Dec. 8th, 6 PM EST, and I will draw the winner at random and announce the lucky reader the next day!

Good luck!

53 comments:

Davin said...

I think I'd choose slick in Green
http://lsfabrics.com/fabric/slick-1

and make a cushion for on top of the chest at the end of my bed, creating a new bench!

Noelle at Gray Paint Decor said...

I would love mucho yardage of their Black Ikat to make curtains for my living room.

Lauren said...

I would love some Acorn Filigree for a table cloth.

Sarah Giles said...

I think the Cornwall novelty fabric looks fun for curtains.

Decor savvy said...

I love blue naturals novelty...this reminds me of snow and the beach all at the same time!

http://lsfabrics.com/fabric/akamai-2

StacieLeigh said...

Ramsden! And I'd use it for curtains! We moved in a year ago and I still haven't settled on window treatments!

Boo Hazard said...

Well, I've already ordered 4 swatches thanks to your previous post! I'm loving the Marrakesh Batik and the Wide Whale in pink. Oh and the Union Jack is fun! I can't decide!!

Depending on what I like, either throw pillows or reupholstering a chair... decisions descisions! - BOO

Merry said...

I would use Umberto and make a new cover for my futon.

Elisabeth said...

I would love to make new curtains out of the Orange Yellow Gold Aladdin Ikat fabric or the Bedazzle Red Ikat fabric! Fingers crossed!

Keri said...

I am loving the Treads in asphalt- maybe for an ottoman!

JeanaB said...

Ohhhh...I like Bengali DL, Mercury P6320, Mercury F6393 and Clifton. All of these fabrics would go in my Thing 3's room (curtains, duvet, throw pillows and chair cover). He's ready for a big boy room...not from crib to toddler bed, but from kid to teenager. :-)

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Tammy@InStitches said...

I have 3 samples in my cart right now for my family room draperies ! I have used the tribal thread before, it is a wonderful fabric !

Megan said...

I would love the Azaka for some throw pillows.

virginia said...

Monaco Cotton for curtains...

Kelsey said...

I would choose Cornwall and make seat cushions for our dining chairs. So hard to choose though...lots of great fabrics!!

cathy z said...

OD soho green - for some outdoor pillows.
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Shannon said...

I love the Conservatory - great for napkins or a new top to a bench.

Lori said...

I would totally love a headboard made out of Westminster!

Unknown said...

I hate to be a copycat, but that Tribal Thread really is perfect for my dining room chairs, too!

Wendy said...

I'd pick either Slick in Chocolate or Khanjali in Peacock.

heather o said...

I would get the "slick" in chartreuse. I would need the $100 to off set the costs of redoing my dining room chairs. This would be the perfect fabric!

Natasha said...

Ooh - Bamboo Garden (Leek) in their Toile de Jouy collection is beautiful! I think a blind for my home office window in this fabric would make the perfect finishing touch to a room I've been working on for a year!

Anonymous said...

anditunI choose Earthtones Prints Documenet for my sofa in the balcony, where I read&write and for make a large cushion for my sitting room i'll choose Small Talk.
ISABEL
from
isabelua@yahoo.com

Stephanie (Decor Dreams) said...

I've been searching for something with yellow in it for a while for some pillows. I think I'd go with either Gate or Trends.

Roseanna said...

I am in love with the linen toile, Bosporous...the multi. OMG, gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

My favorite fabric is 'Calligraphy' in blue. I would use this luscious fabric for drapes in an all white bedroom. Beautiful!!!

Thanks for the post.

Yvonne Johnson

Anonymous said...

I'd pick the pink and orange Mercury to upholster a cushion for my window seat.
- Greta

Kate said...

I LOVE the Ikats!!! I'd use them in a Green/Yellow or Indigo blue for some PILLOWS, whoot!!! :)

Dara said...

Loving the Limba fabric! I might use this fabric for some much needed curtains in my bedroom.

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

I think Geisha garden would look fabulous on a chair I am planning to redo. I like your pic "Parisienne" too.

Kristin said...

Hangzhou fabric is beautiful and would make lovely pillows for my living room

Rosie said...

Oh wow, I think I might have to go for the "treasure island" fabric for my little boy's room... maybe some awesome pirate curtains? Although I also love the gold Ramdsen for curtains in my living room. Too many projects!

Heather F. said...

I was just in Sharon & Lewis last weekend and almost bought "Westminster" for a wingback chair. I would love to have this fabric and complete my project!

Elaine said...

i'd make some curtains with umberto

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

I think I'd use the Lana fabric (http://lsfabrics.com/fabric/lana-71033) to make some runners for my upcoming wedding. I splurged on a couple yards of expensive fabric for a few projects, but need a lot more for table runners!

Anonymous said...

Hi Ashley!
What a wonderful website lsfabrics.com is. If I were to do a project with their fabrics I would first choose the 'blue prints -Aviary 20874' pattern in the robin color to upholster a small dressing chair for the bedroom. Then, not being able to choose just one, I would select the 'blue naturals woven - Galt Emb.' in the peacock color for a coordinating fabric to upholster either a cushion for a window seat or a bench for the foot of the bed. These fabrics would also look great as window treatments.
Best Regards and Happy Holidays!
Vickie

BrittanyB-G said...

I love the Blue scripted Amite fabric. i would use that fabric to make pillows for my livingroom and I would use the remainder to cover the lampshades in the room.

Jessica said...

I love the theo in quartz! It is a great pattern! I would us e it for some throw pillows


jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

Laurel Wells said...

The Naturals-Silver/Grey stripes is exactly what I've been searching for to make curtains for my dining room.

http://lsfabrics.com/fabric/gilson

happycamper said...

Awwww..only one to pick??Pleaseee..need Ikat magic carpet to sleep under...Queenie Silk to protect the windows!! LOVE. Love. Love.

Kat Houseworth said...

So hard to choose! I like Tempo for curtains in my teenage daughter's room.

Andrea said...

I would use brissac for curtains, aviary for a pillow, and Ellis for some bar stools I'm re-doing. And I love your idea of using the Paris map for a table runner! I may have to try that one!

Chelsea said...

This giveaway is so perfect!! I'm moving into my first post-grad apartment next month.. I own absolutely NO furniture, so I'm making my own upholstered headboard to try to keep costs to a minimum. Hands down, I would choose Akata in Blue/Green!

Amy Groff said...

I love fabric. The zig zag fabric would make some great pillows. Or Nathalie would be great also! Or maybe both.

Anonymous said...

I would love to use the money toward the Brussels Velvet fabric. I bought some antique textiles and trim and want to make my own pillows as they are just too cost prohibitive for me to buy.

Sarah sjr1087@gmail.com

Tenia said...

Great give away! I would use the Bansuri in Slate for a roman shade above my kitchen sink.

Amanda J said...

Alabaster Mombassa for a huge Craigslist ottoman that I have been wanting to recover!

Ivy Lane said...

Loving Tribal Thread and Westminster! La La LOVEly!!!!!

Sandryte said...

Blue Naturals Wovens - what a nice fabric for a dress I dreamt to sew for so long!

Anonymous said...

I liked the Leeds fabric for a chippendale chair in my living room.
It has a faux bois feel to it.
Love it!
dsophie@bellsouth.net

Jen said...

I'd get the Bansuri in Storm and make little bags for all my friends!

abarel said...

I would love the arboretum in cloud OR the izaka ikat. Both would be for my bedroom drapery.

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