Wednesday, March 30, 2011

LILOFANT Design Airmen have arrived at Crafty Mamas! GIVEAWAY!

And we have a winner... Congrats BEC!
 
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becci said...
something for me - these are way too cute to share with my boys! ________________________________________________


Lilofant Designs have arrived at Crafty Mamas!










 Seen here is the Green and Yellow Airmen knits. So cute!!! 

I have 1/2 metre of each of these to give away to one lucky blog reader! 


Simply leave me a comment as to what you'd make with these!
I'll announce a winner April  4th!

Then go check out rest of our cool fabrics at Crafty Mamas!




31 comments:

Krystal said...

A toddler backpack....if I got up the nerve to do it! :)

Jamily Creations said...

I think these would be great made into something from the latest Ottobre. Perhaps the 'White Rabbit' top or the short leg all in ones.

Clarinda said...

Some funky IMKEs for sure!

Sarah said...

We are going camping in our new Camper Trailer this school holidays so I would be making these into New PJ's for the kids for sure! they love new PJs to take on holiday!

Kylie said...

A cute t-shirt or perhaps a bodysuit for my baby niece! Such adorable prints.

Nadine said...

I'd make some comfy winter PJ's for my Thomas who loves orange and maybe some matching teddy PJ's with the scraps.

Suzy said...

I would make boxer shorts for my kids, matched up with a plain tshirt it would make cute pajamas :)

Susie said...

I'd make yummy pj pants for my boy who is crazy about parachutes and dreams of flying. I'd probably add an applique to a t-shirt for a top to match. So cute.

Jane said...

Ooh I'd definitely make up some long-sleeved tops for my 3y.o. who has outgrown most of his last year's ones! These are adorable. So hard to find lovely knit prints like this.

Sarah said...

Ooooo .... An Imke shirt :)

Sarah said...

Oooo ... An Imke shirt.

zofia said...

Oh I love them...look pretty good with those velours you've been dyeing. Funky pants for Zeb I reckon.

Amy said...

I'd love to make some little t-shirts for my adopted nieces. They're so cute (and the fabric's cute too!!!!).

Anonymous said...

Shorts!!! Matched with a white t'shirt with some of the fabric on it. Love the green!!

Mandy

Sarah said...

I'd make an all in one jumpsuit for my 10month old boy in the green, and matching pj's for my 3 & 5 year old girls. Very cute print! I'd love to see more and more :)

Tanya said...

pj's I reckon. Maybe 'highlights' on a shirt. Thanks for sharing!

Cork said...

Oohhh, great prints and what a gorgeous give-away. I'd make my 1 year old a hooded jumper with one and a long sleeve top with the other. Thanks.

becci said...

something for me - these are way too cute to share with my boys!

Kate Tanaka kkkkatie_53@hotmail.com said...

I would make a child's tshirt, I love something a little different!
Thank you

Bec Clarke said...

Oh definately a cute hoodie for the kids.

MargoP said...

hmmm way to cute for PJ's so I'm thinking ModKid Maya

Sandy said...

Somethng cute for my nephew who is overdue to make his appearance in this life! Thanks :-)

Renee said...

I'd make a long sleeve tee for my little boy! It's hard to find great boy-print knits in the shops here in the country!

Heidi said...

The otto summer romper for my son or maybe a cute reverable coat? or maybe both he's only 4 months old fabric goes a long way at his age:)

Karen said...

Could I squeeze a 'onesie' for a friend's baby out of this - I think I could!!

KathyB said...

A green t-shirt for my granddaughter, she has auburn hair, it would look fab.

Nicola said...

Such cute fabric. I'd make a t-shirt for my baby son, with undies for his big brother from any scraps.

sophie said...

Definitely something warm and cozy for my baby nephew!

Vic said...

Pants & a matching shirt for Sudpence - oh how cute they would be!

flamehair said...

I think I'd use the fabric to make pj's for the boy child.

Kirsten said...

I think I'd make some cute raglan t'shirts for my boys who are fast outgrowing everything in their wardrobes. These are lovely prints for unisex use though too - not too boyish for a girl to wear.

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