AND THE WINNER IS...
You may not know that as we introduce new fabric designs, we ask you to name the fabric. We then choose a name from all entries and the winner receives a cozy made from that fabric. Keep an eye on our facebook page for new fabric announcements and join the fun!
Blues and yellows brought visions of the Netherlands to Karianne Wyman to name this fabric 🌻🌾🌻
Jennifer Keene came up with this cheerful name for another limited fabric. We're thirsty for fruity punch now!🍹🍸
Daphne Mike named this limited edition fabric. This has to be the prettiest spackle we've ever seen! ✨🎀✨
Casey Stacy jumps right into Summer with the name of this fabric - Fireworks! Can't you picture them overhead? 🎇🧨🎇
Birds of a Feather
Thanks to Sandie Laporte for coming up with this name - could anything else fit this pattern better?🦜🏠🐦
It was named by Cynthia Michaud Montijo With all the snow we've had this past season, having a little reminder in your kitchen of sitting on warm beach (or anywhere warm!) was soooo needed - count me in! Thanks Cynthia!
It was named by Tatum Santos (see below) of Barrington NH.
Tatum came up with the name by searching for synonyms for happy and serendipity came up. It refers to when you come across something as a happy accident and that’s how she found us. She stumbled across this page from a friend and has always been happy with the results!
GARDEN OF EDEN
Deb Carreiro of Barrington chose the Garden of Eden name - it just came to her - and we're glad it did. It is a perfect fit.
Carol Spencer Wipper of Concord chose Colorburst. She said the colors just seemed to burst from the subtle teal background, and she's right! And her cozy is just perfect for holding her gelato :)
Aimee Beauchene Alexuk chose Island Oasis. She says "I came up with the Island Oasis name because my daughter and her boyfriend were getting ready to go on a 10 day trip to Hawaii. The pattern reminded me of water and sand which made me think of them going to the Hawaiian Islands
Beach Bounty - the winner was April Hall from Manchester NH - she came up with the name because she always visited her aunt and uncle in RI every summer since she was a little kid and she lived going to the beach and finding seashells, pretty rocks, and sea glass, etc. and the pretty fabric makes her think of the treasures she would come home from the beach with.
Kim Murray Cody won with her name “Pretty Petals” .When she saw it she thought oh what a pretty picture of petals.
Daphne Mike from Brewster MA named this one because her favorite colors are purple and green and she thought of Pandora because there’s more to the pattern than meets the eye.
Mystical Magic was chosen by Diane Panzieri. She says the mystery and magic she sees in the design reminds her of a couple that she’s heard perform named Mystical Magic and they are superb.
SUSANNA'S FLUTTERY FLOWERS
Susanna's Fluttery Flowers was chosen by Pamela Freer Johnson (for her 5 year old niece Susanna who passed away that loved butterflies and the colors purple and pink)