congrats eclectic elements fabric winners…

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thanks for all of the wonderful comments about the new collection of eclectic elements fabrics.  i am so excited to start seeing projects created with them when they start shipping in june.  i’ve also been so inspired by the many creations using my first release of eclectic elements fabrics.  be sure to let us know if you’ve created anything using the fabrics so we can add it to our eclectic elements pinterest page.  congrats to the following winners of a fat quarter roll of their favorite new release design.  if you see your name and your comment, please email mario@timholtz.com to claim your prize.  thanks again everyone…t!m

Maura: Ok , my fave is Traveler. Now, that aside, this is just amazing! Gorgeous samples and so inspiring to me to start working more with fabric. I must say Tim, you are glowing with happiness. What a great crew to support your endeavor from Mario to all your designers and friends. Congratulations on another stop on this creative journey!

Emily Barker: Surprisingly, your post has really inspired me to get out the sewing machine, if even to sew your new line of fabrics onto cards and other papercrafts (my passion). I love them all, but if asked to pick a favorite it would be the advertising/cabinet cards, followed by those bottle caps! Anything that speaks of a collection! It’s odd that I collect vintage and antique sewing stuff, and I don’t sew! I think it started with a BIGZ die purchased years ago–my first!

Barbara Mason: I love the Hat tags?!? tan, white, black with numbers…but all of the fabric is so cool…just got an old RV that needs sprucing up!!! Hmmmm….

Sherry Winchester: Hi Tim! You are an amazing man! When do you have time to sleep????…Your fabrics are fantastic!…My two(how could I choose just one?)favorites are the floral and the postage stamp designs…But I love the others, too…I can see so many project uses for these!…Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Laurie Allen: Favorite one, you are kidding me right? Well, if I have to declare, I guess it will be the map as I already have a design project in mind for it!!!! I will have to come back to this several times as there is so much to look at and absorb in these photos! You are wonderful and your design helpers………sublime! Thanks for the post, I have been excited to see!!!!!!!

maneki: Lovely fabrics! It’s hard to choose a favourite, not least since the different designs work for different types of projects so it really depends on what one wants to do at the moment the question is asked — but growing up with a dad who loved DIY and working with wood (and saving old things), I’m especially drawn to the beautiful old rulers as we always had many well worn rulers around the house.

Jennifer Rogers: Your new fabrics are awesome- perfectly distressed- just how we like them. All of the designers have done an amazing job! My favourite pattern? Black Croc. No doubt about it. I am going to wear this stuff, upholster with it, dress our bedroom with it- I am obsessed. My husband knows I have a history with crocodiles and will definitely go with this choice, so roll on June!

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57 Comments to “congrats eclectic elements fabric winners…”

  1. Patti Barber says:

    Congratulation to all the winners! I wish I could sew I would love to try to make something with this gorgeous fabric, I hope you will share some of your crafty goodness when finished!

  2. Laurie Allen says:

    I received my fabric stash today and just want to tell everyone out there in TH Craft land, you must not miss this one! I am a paper crafter and sewer and I get more compliments on what I made with last years fabrics than I have ever been complimented for my sewing before! The beautiful fabric I got today, is that much more beautiful than last years! Thanks again Tim and Mario, for making the Happiest Woman in Orlando even happier!

  3. Mary Werner says:

    Congrats to the winners – so glad for you even if I wish my name had been up there.

  4. Rose Szabo says:

    You are so generous! Congrates, as well, to the lucky winners! However, I’d like to put a little bug in your ear, Tim, as a quilter, sewer, & paper crafter, next year’s fabric for quilt mart would take on a slightly different look if you used papers from your new ? Wildflower paper collection, which I have & absolutely adore! Hint, hint

  5. Roxanne says:

    Woweee! Congrats you lucky winners….hope you send in pics for us to see your creations! Yay!

  6. Ruby C says:

    Congrats Winners!

  7. Chelle K says:

    congratualtions winners. hope we get to see what you create!

  8. Jan Castle says:

    Congrats to the winners…now we want to see what you do with your prizes!!!
    Jan

  9. Kathy Andrews says:

    Congrats winners! R&R now, Tim – time for yr Happy Pmace?

  10. Karen says:

    Congratulations to the winners! Enjoy your new fabrics.

  11. Congrats Winners! I’m sooo… jealous! LOL! You’re the best Tim!

  12. Rachel Clarke says:

    Congrats to the winners. Your fabric is gorgeous Tim.

  13. Rosetta Jenkins says:

    Congrats to the winners. Gee, you get to satisfy your taste buds while the rest of us are just drooling for the fabric to come! I just can’t wait.

  14. rhonda nickol says:

    Congratulations to the winners! Have Happy Memorial Day Tim, Mario and everyone! Thanks to all our Veterans!

  15. Erin Glee says:

    Hooray for the lucky winners! Thanks for being so generous, t!m!

  16. Retta says:

    Congrats to all the winners!

  17. Judy Dempsey says:

    Hi Tim. Let me start and say I have been following your amazing talent since we first were introduced to your distress inks. I have been a fan since. I started out like most artist with rubber stamping. I still remember my first stamping up party I went to and I was hook at that very moment.
    Now I’m a mixed medium artist just beginning to believe that I’m pretty good at this. My main question to you and I’m sure I speak for a lot of mixed medium artist out there is why can’t any one in the industry develop a spray that once applied and dried make it waterproof and permanent. My hope for you and Ranger is to develope a product like that. Can you image a whole distress line of 48 distress color sprays that once dry won’t move. The mixed medium world would go NUTS!!!! I really feel Tim that you are the only one out there that Ranger would listen to develop such a product. You have already done this with your distress paints. There has to be a chemist out there that would be able to pull this off. All the artists and creative people around the world would love you more then we all ready do. There are a lot of artist out there that are trying to come up with a way to seal the sprays so they so don’t run. myself included. Please this idea in your think tank….it will pay off for everyone if you could pull that off. Thanks for listening Judy

  18. Shirey in Queen Creek says:

    Congratulations to the winners! Love every one of the new fabric collections! See you, Tim and Mario, in Ohio next weekend!

  19. Cindy Albrecht says:

    Congratulations to all the winners! I picked up an old chair that needs a new facelift so I have decided to use the postage stamp fabric to recover it. I want to do some patchwork pillows with the floral fabric also! Can’t wait to get started! Thanks Tim, for all the inspiration!

  20. Maureen Chandler says:

    Congrats to the lucky winners – have fun!!

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