Friday, 24 July 2015

It's time for a giveaway!


To celebrate the launch of my fabric I'm having a giveaway!

You can win one metre of Paper Meadow fabric in any of my three colourways. To enter just comment below and tell me which colour you would choose and what you would make with it!

You can see the other colours here.

This giveaway is running across my Instagram and my Facebook page so if you'd prefer to comment there instead please feel free. 

I'll choose a winner next Friday 31st July :)

43 comments:

Karen L R said...

Charcoal please.
I would wait until after our house renovations to decide where and how to showcase this gorgeous fabric.
Thank you so much for the chance to have it arrive in my mailbox!

kathy westhead said...

Blush would look fab as part of the bunting I want to
Put in my conservatory when I have finished painting it x

Amanda F4 said...

Teal please.

Your work is so inspiring!

Thanks!

bxcolby said...

Charcoal. Possibly a headboard, or part of a headboard.

bxcolby said...

Charcoal. Possibly a headboard, or part of a headboard.

twwengineer said...

We really enjoy your lamps. The fabric designs are fantastic. We've just moved to a historic building loft in Pasadena, California. The Charcoal Paper Meadow would make a fantastic pillow cover. It would be a great accent for our hand-hewn Kentucky hickory rocker and a nice compliment to our Cow Parsley lamp.

Libbylove said...

I'm making a quilt for my new baby daughter Libby (it will probably take me until she's 18 at this rate!), and the theme is florals. The charcoal would be so beautiful as part of it. Love it x

Susan Sellars said...

I would love to win the Teal, to make cushions for my daughter who's husband is recovering from a Bone Marrow Transplant and she deserves to be spoilt at the moment.
Your fabrics are so lovely and your wallpaper, I still have the lamp I bought about 10 years ago and still love it. xx

Nicola James said...

I would have to choose teal, my husband has promised to make me a roman blind, and I want to hold him to it!! (and see if his sewing skills are really as good as he thinks they are), this would make a stunning blind to go along with our new Hannah Nunn wall lamps that he put up for me yesterday, thank you xx

Kim said...

I love Charcoal - I would make this into a bag for my tablet or art supplies!

Sue Brambles said...

Sue Brambles
It is so hard to choose when they are all so lovely but I would choose the blush and use it to make a roller blind for our skylight. I could lie in bed at night gazing at it to relax me and enhance my sleeping patterns. It would be a joy to wake up and see the fabric as the first sight of the day.

Philippa wood said...

Charcoal...to make a skirt! I know, I know, it's upholstery fabric, but I'd give it a go anyway, it's been done before. And if it's not wearable it'll still make a fabulous cushion in my lounge of grey seedheadedness...but I think it will most definitely be wearable!

Rhona said...

Beautiful fabric- definitely use in my library - a cushion for my grandmother's rocking chair perhaps a fabric edge for photograph frames but definitely some book covers for those family heirlooms that have seen better days. Teal or charcoal would be perfect

Ingrid Graff said...

I wish I could buy your beautiful things in the USA Hannah! When I visit my family in the Lakes I always look in craft shops for your things and I have a beautiful candle lamp that my sister bought me for Christmas. I absolutely love your new fabric and the teal would go perfectly in my new sun room to make a cushion for our old rocker. I could sit with a cup of tea and read "Wuthering Heights" and be transported to the Yorkshire Moors!If I was lucky enough to win - my sister could mail it to me from England. Ingrid

Heather Higgins said...

Charcoal please...I'd use it for soft furnishings in my new house, a draught excluder and a bolster cushion which would tone beautifully with the grey paint I have in mind for the walls and match with the wallpaper in the same pattern I have planned for the feature triangular wall going up the side of the staircase...everything is planned!

Tracey said...

Oooooooh Blush for cushions! Love them all though! So pretty

Sarah Bowyer said...

I would use the charcoal (or the teal) paper meadow fabric to make my Dad a present, for his 80th birthday, of some curtains for his silver caddy van that he is converting to a camper for overnight 'micro adventures' with his bicycle. 'Im so proud of him.
Thank you for continuing to have wonderful new ideas to make such beautiful things Hannah.

alyson brenchley said...

Teal please-dining room is decorated in the charcoal print, so chairs seats would look wonderful in teal.

Kitty said...

Hard to choose between the colours, I've ordered samples of all three and I am still undecided, but I think I'm leaning towards teal, I'd back it in a coordinating stripe to make a simple Swedish blind for a space I'm grandly calling my library - a light-filled (though small) space with painted Ikea bookshelves backed with a lovely Chinese patterned wallpaper. There's a tiny sofa for my whippet lurcher to sleep on and some Kilim rugs for colour. A low table with one of your lamps will finish it all off.

C Morgan said...

I choose charcoal to make a roman blind for my bathroom to go with your gorgeous wall paper and the metro style tiles ☺

C Morgan said...

I choose charcoal to make a roman blind for my bathroom to go with your gorgeous wall paper and the metro style tiles ☺

C Morgan said...

I choose charcoal to make a roman blind for my bathroom to go with your gorgeous wall paper and the metro style tiles ☺

AnnieT said...

I would love to have the teal fabric please ! I would make some throw pillows to take the centre stage on my new bed in my new bedroom in my new house ! I am so excited to move in and finally be happy after many years of sadness . It's not easy to start again at the age of nearly 60 but I have and I know my new home will be a safe haven filled with beautiful things for me to love and be proud of .

Jane S. said...

I love all the colors but the Charcoal is my favorite. We just got a new sofa and a Paper Meadow Charcoal pillow would look wonderful on it! :)

Lisa T said...

I love the teal, so pretty. I would love to make valances with it.

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Mill Town Molly said...

I love them all but would probably choose Blush and make myself an apron with it so I could wear it every day while I'm cooking in my newly decorated kitchen.

deborah said...

I would love to win a piece of Blush. I would make a cushion for my new "studio" and to celebrate my return to painting after a break of many years. I shall keep my fingers crossed.

Helen said...

I would love to win some of the teal fabric, and would make a lovely cushion to sit in the ricking chair my dear dad used to sit in while he was still with us, that would be lovely! :)

Rachel said...

I would love to win the blush fabric. I would make cushions for my 2 year old daughter's bedroom, she already has one of your personalised lamps and it would just be lovely to have another gorgeous piece of your work in our home.

Ella said...

I would love the charcoal fabric. I have a tiny little footstool i am waiting to reupholster and this would look lovely on it in my living room.
I would love to win, i think your work is beautiful. 😍

sharon said...

I have peeked at your blog from time to time when I needed to be reminded of how nature heals the heart. Looking closely at a single sprig or flower helps the spirit to rise above those things which would overwhelm.
I hadn't expected to find a giveaway, but should I be fortunate to be the recipient, I would find the soft grey most soothing.
thank you.

Katy M said...

Thank you for the giveaway! I love all the fabrics but I think teal is my favourite (it was my wedding colour too :)) x

Sue Cattermole said...

I would love to have them all but my choice is charcoal. My son and daughter-in-law have decorated their nursery in grey and white. I gave them your cow parsley table lamp to put in there (which they love!) and so I would make cushions for the nursing chair in that room. They will look perfect.

Sue C

Louise said...

Hello Hannah,

I'd go for the Teal, because it's the perfect match for the colours in my studio and I do so need a comfy cushion for those day dreaming moments staring out of the window and letting my mind wander to far off meadows.

Louise

Amy Hauschild said...

oooo charcoal, so beautiful Hannah! I would make some bats for the girls and a cushion for the bat cave I would have to make too! xx

Jo Gebbett said...

Hi
They are all gorgeous but I think I'd make a bag or a Roman blind for my front door in the charcoal colourway as it would compliment my existing curtains.
Thanks.
Jo

Cornelia Hanning said...

I wish I had something amazing, original, funny or clever to say re ideas as to what to make of the fabric ( I would have to get my daughter-in-law to sew it for me anyway if sewing were involved as I have two left hands where sewing is concerned ) but I just cannot think of a thing - yet if I was to win it would have to be the blush version of the meadow I would chose as it makes me think of the grasses ripening at the moment and other plants setting seed and which is one of my favourite sights in the summer/autumn time. I think once I had the material in my hands I would let my mind roam and something would come to me - you cannot rush a beautiful thing like this, it has to evolve. Perhaps even just mounting and framing it like a picture, or as a screen for the fireplace..... :)

Carla Shiver said...

I love the colorway blush :). I would make a pillowcase or a pillow with it for my loveseat. Gorgeous fabric!

Gill said...

Charcoal please!
I'd make a bag if I was lucky enough to win!

Kirsty O'Donnell said...

They're all so lovely, what a difficult choice! I think i'd have to go with the blush, it would make an excellent cushion cover, tote bag or I could just drape it round myself and wear it as a skirt! ;) x

rossichka said...

The designs and colours are all lovely! But I imagine two Teal cushions in the new room in our apartment - finally a creative space for writing, crafting, generating ideas for my husband and me. We are renovating and transforming the place just now and I am dreaming of how it would look like...:)

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I like very much your works. All three designs and colours are beautiful. Tough choice, but I think I choose charcoal.
I have an old (over 100 years old) large wooden carved bar - part of the stair railings. I'll renew it and I'll do a floor standing lamp. This material would be perfect on a lamp shade.
Best regards
MichAsia

Anonymous said...

May I ask...was the winner chosen yet???

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