Friday, January 27, 2012

Exchange Program - Free Fabric for Tutorials

My Sister Blog, Totally Tutorials, has an exciting  Exchange Program - Free Supplies For Tutorials?

If you love fabric, here is an opportunity for you to receive some free, as well as drive traffic to your online website and blog!

I am offering a panel of the Malka Dubrawsky fabric, or a 1/2 yard of one of the other fabrics pictured (my choice) to up to five people who would like to create a unique piece utilizing the material. The recipients of the fabric would then share how their project was done by posting a tutorial on their blogs.

The fabric (including shipping) will be free to those who are chosen to create the tutorials.  All artists in the world are welcome to apply! Please feel free to use the crafting style of your choice to work with this material.

Malka Dubrawsky Stitch in Color
Lauren Wisbrun Modern Whimsy
Anthology Sweet Dreams

I will link your finished tutorial here on the FabricFascination blog.  In return you will link your online website and your blog to me. The tutorial will also appear on the Totally Tutorials blog   which is facilitating the Exchange Program. For further details please check out Totally Tutorials.

If you are interested in creating a unique piece with this fabric, please post a comment here with the  URL to your blog or website. You may also convo me through Etsy at FabricFascination. The ideal candidate will be someone comfortable working with fabric. I'm looking for creative ideas. The ideal candidate will also have a blog and the ability to take nice photos.  I will randomly choose several people from those candidates.

Applications will be accepted through Saturday, February 4th.  I will contact those chosen for the exchange on Monday, February 6th.  You will then have a month to complete your tutorial.

Happy Crafting ♥


  1. that's an early deadline for me...I've an order to get out...but we shall see.

    1. You will actually have a month to complete the project and tutorial Tonya. I've changed the wording of the post to reflect that. Thanks for your comment.

  2. This is a great idea. I love cross promotions and can't wait to see who you choose!

  3. I would love to participate in this blog tutorial exchange.

  4. Very exciting, and can't wait to see the tutorials when they come out. Your fabrics are gorgeous!

  5. I'm totally in! You know how much I love your fabrics. I hope I get a chance to create something new with them :))

    I am ersimarina from Etsy, btw.

  6. Oh I would love to make a little girls dress with these fabrics and write a tutorial for it. Here's a design that I have been thinking about:

    I would love to make this jumper with your fabric.
    Here's a pointer to my blog
    Thanks for the opportunity,
    (Bloomsnbugs on etsy)

  7. I would love to participate in this tutorial exchange! If something simple is okay that is? I've been meaning to make and share something for a while now, it just never happened so far... LOL
    Can't wait to see all the tutorials!


  8. Me gustaría hacer una bonita bolsa para la playa combinando sus telas, así como una toalla y el sombrero a juego. estaría genial. Aunque me da igual que haga con ellas porque son tan bonitas que todo queda ideal.

  9. I would love to make something for my little girl! (more examples of my work- I understand for this exchange it would need to be a free tutorial)

  10. I would love to participate in the exchange too. I contribute at!

  11. I'm so excited at this opportunity to work with the fabric of your choice. I have something in mind already. Hope I get picked. Thanks for the chance in advance. :) Here's my blog:

  12. I would love to play!! :)
    I love to create tutorials/patterns and love working with fabrics to create a large variety of things. I blog at and have my shop at

  13. I'd love a chance to try this. Haven't done much with fabric lately and love your fabric choices.

  14. I'm up for another tutorial! Fun inspiration fabrics. Thanks, Angie @ mamalusco at ortelco dot net

  15. I'd love this; your inspiration fabrics look great. My blog is, and I also have a studio on ArtFire, for more finished work than my blog shows. I would really love to participate, thanks.

  16. So happy you are giving us a chance to work with these beautiful fabrics...i loved from the very start the first one and i am already working on some ideas for my sons room!!!

  17. I would love a chance at creating a tutorial with some of your fabric! I love all your selections, but I'm thinking the Modern Whimsy Red Rabbit might be a fun choice! But they are all so colorful. hmmm.... Thanks for the opportunity:

  18. Fabric is my favorite medium for tutorials! Thanks for your consideration!

  19. I have been looking for something like this! Im a college student who likes to create practical items, with either not many steps involved, or low budget. I would love to be a part of this! Miranda at

  20. The fabric looks lovely and I am certain it would inspire many great ideas. I would love to have the chance! Deanna

  21. I would LOVE the opportunity to participate in this. You can view my blog here:

    Thanks for the opportunity! I have several ideas for using fabric in a tutorial, including some clothing and crafty items.

  22. I am teddy bear maker and silk ribbon embroidering lover, my current blog mostly about teddy bearmaking
    I would like to participate in exchange tutorial for free supply.

  23. I'd love to participate in this exchange! I am currently working on spring/summer items and would use this to make fabric flowers for necklaces/brooches, and then use pieces to create matching earrings (cover buttons, or in resin, over game tiles, etc.) This would be a very different, unique set of designs using your material.

  24. I would love the chance to do this. I am new to tutorials but not new to sewing. I blog at and you can find me on etsy at

    thank you for the opportunity!


  25. First allow me to say congrats on taking over Totally Tutorials. I still look at it daily and am still loving it, so glad it didn't go away. Great Job! Secondly, I would like to have a chance to make a tutorial using your fabulous fabrics. Please consider me. Thanks!

  26. I would love to participate in this exchange. I enjoy making tutorials and posting about them on my blog. You can check me out at

    Thanks for considering me!
    - Jenni

  27. I would love to be considered, thanks for the chance!
    Twinkle Star x

  28. The individuals of the clothing would then reveal how their venture was done by publishing a guide on their weblogs.

    scrapbook paper

  29. I would love to have a go at this. I am a maker and lecturer in Textiles and Texiles is my passion. I am an embroiderer, quilt maker, doll maker and anything else that I can make with material !
    My blog is

    where I have just uploaded a clear tutorial for a Stitched Fabric and Paper book.
    I would love the opportunity to be involved.

  30. This exchange program is such a brilliant idea! I would love to be able to create something with some of that lovely fabric. I have experience upholstering furniture with fabric as well as sewing. With the right beautiful fabric all sorts of inspiration can flow!

    Here's hoping I'll get the chance...


  31. Love the idea!
    I am knitting this week and I am sooo excision to start sewing next week, I even avoided blogs with nice fabric and sewing...

    Hope this lovely fabric comes my way!

  32. Love the fabric! I would love to make something for my daughter with it. Thanks for the chance.

  33. So glad that totally tutorials is getting the exchange program up and running again... I've mainly worked my tutorials with upcycled fashions - some with new fabric components... I've been a little unmotivated of late but I'm sure I could overcome it with some gorgeous fabric and the incentive to create something wonderful for all... Check out the tutorial page over at my blog:

    The Quick Unpick

    you can also see more of my sewing work at my FB page in the albums:

  34. I'd love to create some fabricy goodness with your yummy looking fabric! My blog is in it's infancy though, so I don't have a handy back catalogue of amazing projects though. However, I have a great imagination and I love to create!
    Alice at