End-of-January Giveaway! {Heather Ross, Far Far Away 3}

Well, friends, we’ve hit the end of January. One month down, 11 more to go this year! To celebrate my first month of posting regularly…

I’m going to give away some fabric!

These beautiful fabrics are up for grabs. One lucky winner will receive one fat quarter of Heather Ross’ Wildflowers in Orange:

Wildflowers in Orange
Far Far Away 3 by Heather Ross for Kokka
Available in my shop

And a second lucky winner will receive one fat quarter of her Wildflowers in Blue:

Wildflowers in Blue
Far Far Away 3 by Heather Ross for Kokka
Available in my shop

It’s not every day you find Heather Ross prints in a giveaway, so don’t hesitate to enter!


  • One fat quarter measures 18″ x 22″
  • This item is unwashed and cut straight from the bolt
  • 85% Cotton, 15% Linen
  • This fabric is perfect for quilting, sewing, dresses, skirts, baby items, you name it. It’s lighter than the weight of her Far Far Away II line, and perfect for garment sewing. The feel is luxurious, very soft to the touch.
  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me what you’ve been sewing lately, or at least what you’ve been thinking about sewing. πŸ˜‰
  2. Subscribe to Caila-Made and leave a comment letting me know you’ve subscribed.
That’s it! If you do both these things you will leave two separate comments and be entered to win two times.
You have until noon PST on February 2ndΒ to enter and then the giveaway will be closed and two winners will be chosen. (Note: sorry, but you cannot win both fat quarters).Β 
Thanks for joining! And thanks for reading!


  1. says

    Hi Caila,
    The 2 main things I have thought about sewing are recovering cushions for my window seat and altering some scrub tops that are a little too big.

    • says

      Hi Angi! I’m so glad to see you here and so glad you participated in the giveaway. πŸ™‚ It would be fun to work on cushions/pillows together some time!

  2. says

    I just recently started sewing and quilting and blankets are what I’ve been making. My next project are quilts/blankets and curtains for my children’s rooms. I am nearing completion of a re-quilt. My Aunt made this quilt for my parents when they married in the very early 70’s. Over the years the quilt became damaged and I just decided it needed a new life. I am actually turning it into a duvet cover. It’s made of delicious dark corduroy, wools and velvet from the 60’s. It’s a new hobby but I am loving it!

    • says

      Hi Parksy! Did you see you were one of the winners? Congrats! Thanks so much for reading, and I absolutely love the idea of re-quilting an old family heirloom. What a wonderful and lasting project! Will you post pictures anywhere? If so, I’d love to see them!

      Great to “meet” you! πŸ™‚

    • says


      I will post pictures somewhere. I’ve been sharing some with family on Facebook, but I am considering a blog!
      I am looking forward to receiving my giveaway prize and the other fabric I’ve ordered!

    • says

      I would love to see pictures, and a blog is a great idea! It’s such a fun way to share ideas. And I wanted to thank you for purchasing fabric from my shop! I saw your order just as I was heading to the post office to ship the fabric you won in the giveaway, so I decided to just ship them together. They will go out tomorrow. Can’t wait to see what you make!
      P.S. Flickr is also a great way to share pictures of your sewing projects.

  3. says

    Hi Caila, I’m new to your blog, I just subscribed. I am also new to the world of DIY. In these hard economic times I’ve found that it takes a lot of time to save money for your family, but well worth it and so much more rewarding πŸ™‚ Thus far I have become a coupon clipping junkie, and a craigslist scavanger of things with potential that I can sand and paint into my liking. I am finding that my daughter is growing faster that I can afford, so my newest venture is to start sewing her some clothing. Dresses seem to be on the easier side of the sewing world and since it’s winter; I figured I could just layer with long sleeve and throw on a pair of fun thick tights. I love the blue Wildflowers print and it’s my daughter’s favorite color. Anyhow, thank you for your blog and for the opportunity to enter <3

    • says

      Hi Gianna! Thanks so much for being here. πŸ™‚ You’re right, the handmade route does take a bit more time, but it is well worth it. And our families appreciate it so much!

      I’ll be doing a series on little girl dresses soon, and I’d love to see what you come up with for your little girl. I have a few dress patterns I’ll be putting up, too. If you try any of those out, let me know!

      Great to “meet” you! πŸ™‚

  4. says

    I have subscribed, and love the blog! It is a favorite place for me to go as I proceed through my day of ‘structured loafing’ (a.k.a. recovery)! I am thinking of sewing draperies for my dining room and living room. A huge project to consider. But so much bright sunlight comes through those fabulous windows that we need some fabulous curtains to help stem the blinding light.

  5. says

    I need to work on a blue and brown zigzag quilt (no triangles) for a new nephew! And I’ve gotta start working on those charity quilt tops for my quilt guild, plus I want to sew more e-reader and ipad covers. my new year’s resolution was to learn to free motion quilt, and I hope I can start on that soon.

    • says

      Hi Kitkabbit! Do you post pictures of your sewn items anywhere? I would love to see what you’re up to with those e-reader and ipad covers. And that zigzag quilt you mentioned! I would also love to free-motion quilt, but I’m not sure I’ll have time this year. So many other sewing resolutions! I’d love to see what you come up with, though.

      Thanks for being here, and it was great to “meet” you! πŸ™‚

    • says

      Alyssa, me, too! I’m working on some dresses for myself right now actually, and I plan on sharing some of them here. I’d love to see what you come up with!

      Thanks for joining the giveaway and subscribing; it was great to meet you! πŸ™‚