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Connect with us on Twitter or comment on this blog for your chance to win 12 yards of Robert Kaufman fabric!

Since the 1940’s, Robert Kaufman Fabrics has been a leader in the textile industry. They offer an extensive supply of cotton prints, novelty fabrics, yarn-dyes and solids, covering a full assortment of woven fabric offerings such as poplin, twill, denim, corduroy, linen and more. For more information, please visit their website.

Robert Kaufman Fabrics is pleased to offer two winners total of 12 yards of fabric, which consists of 4 cuts of 3yds each. The cuts are of the following fabrics:

Night & Day
Organic Voile
New Traditions
Metro Living

These fabrics are great prints for fashion and accessory projects! Until Tuesday, January 25th, you can win this awesome prize. To enter, connect with us on Twitter, or comment on this blog, and answer the following question: What would you make with all that fabric?

If submitting an answer via Twitter, be sure to include the @BurdaStyle tag and the hashtag #comment2win

Good Luck!

- David @ BurdaStyle

237 Comments

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    Jan 21, 2011, 12.40 AMby tina-c

    with the black and white pieces, most likely some window coverings for the dining room. other pieces look like skirts and for quilts.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 10.15 PMby knsheffield

    Night & Day and New Traditions would go in my design space, perhaps to recover my office chair (a drab white thing that’s showing its age) and to use as curtains, while the Organic Voile and Metro Living would make a great outfit combination…pick me, pick me!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 09.53 PMby erin1518

    So, I would make cool jumper/dresses for both my girls from the Night/Day fabric, I would make myself a breezy dress or tunic from the organic voile, would use the Metro to make a jacket for my baby boy….the New Traditions is throwing me for a loop…I might use it for the Oliver + S School Photo dress…would have to see

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    Jan 20, 2011, 07.03 PMby parker1

    I would love to give my bathroom a more sophisticated look. This fabric would allow me to make lovely shower curtain and maybe some window treatments. If there was some fabric left over, I could use it as accents around the house to tie it all together.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 05.58 PMby stellacadente

    I think the fabric would make greate new cushions for my sofa and as a new weekender bag. Finally I need some new curtains for my bedroom!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 05.39 PMby cathyp

    I would sew curtains! I’d definitely use the grey fabric for a new shower curtain, then the white and black fabric for little curtains in the kitchen.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 03.42 PMby Blackberryquilter

    I’d share with my tween, let her create a dress for a dance!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 02.50 PMby hdk100

    Definitely dresses!!!! The patterned fabrics just scream for simple dresses that accent the beauty of the print itself. I’m a dress-addict, so I’d love to try them out!!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 12.46 PMby jenyjenny

    Mmm, I’d love to make aprons from New Traditions for my friend and her sister who opened a bakery. And with the Night and Day, the possibilities are tantalizing. Skirt or dress, I think the fabric is so beautiful, clothes seem like the best option to be seen, although totes and jackets or a light spring coat also would be great.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 11.08 AMby Phyu Myo Hlaing(Jasmine)

    Formal dresses for which I have already drawn the designs for sewing contests!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 08.15 AMby rshelly13

    It just took me a month to alter a suit coat pattern to fit me. I would make a suit using this altered pattern and this lovely fabric. Since the suit fits me well, I think that I could experiment with some more vibrant fabrics.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 07.02 AMby cyanste

    I hope to make a lot of different skirts and matching headbands and hats! Woooow.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 06.30 AMby captain-obvious

    I would make some dresses and a quilt with the rest.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 06.24 AMby momsgotanewhobby

    Mother’s Day dresses for myself and my two daughters. If I had any scraps left over we would do accessories!!!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 06.07 AMby magpyesews

    AWESOME. I love this fabric and actually have vague notions for a quilt based on Amelie rattling around my brain. Fingers, toes, etc.. crossed

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    Jan 20, 2011, 05.29 AMby michpitts

    I’d love to make a skirt! Other then that, I think I’d see where the fabric took me!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 04.57 AMby embaby

    I will use each and every one of these fabulous fabrics for dresses and 3 yards each is just perfect!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 04.53 AMby Seeks Corey

    dresses, dresses, and dresses!!! and maybe a cool blouse or skirt…. Oh, the list could go on forever.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 04.52 AMby llh

    They are beautiful. I’d probably make a quilt with Night and Day 3 and New Traditions… probably make a skirt from Organic Voile and an apron or bag with Metro Living

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    Jan 20, 2011, 02.56 AMby visualcircus

    I would like to make pillows out of them, and possibly a shower curtain!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 02.50 AMby AnastasiaT

    These fabrics are gorgeous! Bags, curtains, aprons and dresses. Learning to sew is so much fun!!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 02.13 AMby artemis-ivorywings

    First and foremost, I would make my sister a dress as she has been begging me to make her one since I first started learning. Then, I would make one for my mom. And one for my aunt too, as a wedding present! I’d probably make a dress or two for myself as well!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 01.35 AMby flynnflynn

    Ooh. I think I’d do a 50’s-style wraparound dress with the rose and something big and twirly with the metro living. Yay!

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    Jan 20, 2011, 12.43 AMby spankachutoo

    dresses. all dresses. all the time.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 12.34 AMby Shalyn McFaul

    Wow, those are lovely! I love the patterns. The New Traditions and Metro Living I could not resist making some dresses out of. I would want to wear as much of those pattern on my body that I could! The Organic Voile I think I would make the Emily Variation with, adding in some of my own variations on it along the way, and the might turn into some clutch purses and other lovely accessories.

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    Jan 20, 2011, 12.24 AMby auntlizzie

    Oh my gooness! I love those fabrics! So beautiful! Well, I have so many ideas in my head right now! And there’s so much fabric! (swoon!) My first thought is matching dresses for me and my 2 year old niece and new niece on the way. Those fabrics just shout beautiful dresses to me. But, fabrics always are meant for something, and sometimes they’re set aside for a bit until the perfect project for them comes along.

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    Jan 19, 2011, 11.06 PMby kroybal

    I would love to make a dress out of that fabric, but I’ll probably use the majority in a quilt or for focus pieces on bags!

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    Jan 19, 2011, 10.31 PMby meseide

    I would sew some new cushions for our kitchen chairs as well as new curtains for such said kitchen. And I’m sure I could squeeze some cute bags out of the remnants.

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    Jan 19, 2011, 10.23 PMby sew-for-flo

    about 8000 bibs

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    Jan 19, 2011, 09.42 PMby Mellissa Sandoval

    Metro living: one of my patterns from the 40’s Organic Voile: A blouse NIght/Day: A skirt New Traditions: A skirt.

    Any left over fabric would be used for smaller crafts like small coin purses or piecework on a quilt.

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