vintage collection screen print giveaway [CLOSED]

[Thank you to everyone who entered, this giveaway is now closed.]

Don’t you just love sharing your favorite things with friends? I love how blogs help connect everyone with similar interests.  Well, the other day my friend Amy from During Quiet Time emailed me and mentioned how she saw my vintage inspired skirt tutorial and had just completed her latest screen print design of, you guessed it, a vintage collection!

She graciously has offered up your choice of a tea towel or a fabric piece in your favorite colorway:


White Linen Tea Towel, "Vintage Collection" in Blue

Screenprinted fabric, "Vintage Collection" in Yellow
or yellow
Aren’t they amazing?!

She even printed them on both white and natural linen backgrounds, so they’re sure to go with any project you’ve got up your sleeve!

But of course I had to pick her brain a little and find out more about her process, so I asked her a few questions and here’s what Amy had to say:

How did you get started with screen printing?
I have always enjoyed printmaking. I learned how to carve linoleum blocks as early as junior high and was hooked. After college, I worked in a gallery in Rockport, MA where I interned for a collagraph printmaker and was able to visit her studio and print with her. I have designed and carved linoleum blocks for years now and made linocut prints for cards, and most recently for fabric. Linocuts are great for a beginner because you don’t need much by way of special supplies. I found that it was much harder to get a good print on fabric than on paper though. My frustration drove me to try silk screening last fall. I am self taught by trial and error!

Can you follow up with any advice or tips for anyone interested in trying screen printing themselves?
I would say to read all the instructions over and over until they are clear to you and then follow them precisely. That way you have the basics down. After that is truly practice makes perfect. There is a lot of waste getting there. When my grandmother taught me to make pie crust, she said “you need to get the feel of the dough.” It was something she couldn’t teach me. I had to make enough dry crusts to realize what dry dough felt like and enough dense crusts to know what waterlogged dough felt like. Then I got it. It’s similar with screen printing. You need to get the feel of the ink and the squeegee. You need to know when the ink is too thick or thin and how hard to push the squeegee in each case.

[Amy also just released this beautiful paper pieced quilt block pattern, too! Available in her etsy shop.]

Where do you draw your inspiration from with the prints you choose to make?
I am a very visual person. I am always taking note of color and design in nature and elsewhere. I majored in art and art history in college, in fact. I draw inspiration from everything! When I print screen prints for fabric, I am looking for striking designs with a modern feel but whimsical or vintage charm. I also try to keep in mind the use of the fabric. I like to space things to allow for fussy cutting rows and such.

Where do you see yourself headed in the future, any plans to strike up a fabric design deal?
I am still trying to figure out where I am headed with this. I was very happy at my museum position prior to staying home with the kids. I feel good about staying home with my kids and this is where I want to be right now but I need to create. Sewing and printmaking can be done in our home so it works for me right now. I do think that a fabric design deal sounds fantastic but I haven’t pursued anything yet!

I know you were a former collections curator, can you tell us a bit about that? or how it reflects in your current endeavours?
I loved my career as a collections curator. My job was basically to identify, research, number, document and properly store objects of art in the museum collection. I helped solicit new donations, create exhibits, and work with students who were studying the art for their classes. I was surrounded by art. The side of me that is very perfectionist and detail oriented loved devising numbering systems and storage methods that kept in mind the object care. I learned about environmental effects on object and what chemical and storage methods were safe. There were always challenges, puzzles to be solved. It was very fulfilling for me. I would say that it is similar to printing making in that while I love both, they also require the ability to push through extreme tedium! Screen prints need to be heat set with an iron on both sides for 5 minutes a side. It is painfully boring! Cataloging scores of objects can be the same way. But a perfectly stacked pile of prints made by me is satisfying; just as walking into a tidy storage room with everything properly stored and cataloged was in my former career.

And since it looks like Amy’s on a roll, you should definitely follow her blog to keep up on all her latest original screen printed designs.  Or better yet, if you don’t feel like waiting to win the giveaway, jump on over to her etsy shop and snag up a little goodie for yourself or a friend.

Ready to win?

  • One entry per person.  Please leave your email address in your comment. You can leave it in a format like this if you wish: anna [at] gmail [dot] com
  • There will be one winner chosen, winnings include your choice of screen printed fabric OR a screen printed tea towel.
  • Open to international entries.
  • Giveaway ends Wednesday, July 13th at 10pm (central time).

303 thoughts on “vintage collection screen print giveaway [CLOSED]

  1. Charlotte says:

    love this! and I think my SIL would love it even more. I hope that I’m lucky enough to win so that I can give it to her. Thanks for your generosity.

  2. Johanne says:

    Lovely,it somehow reminds me of my grandmothers kitchen, she had a kettle that looked exactly like the one in the prints.
    Would love to hace a tea towel hanging in my kitchen.

    Thank you so much!

  3. I am loving the vintage prints right now!

    All {dot} SewnUp (at) yahoo [dot] com

  4. I love this kind of print. All the colours are gorgeous. I wouldn’t want to use the tea towel.

    Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  6. Oon says:

    They’re all beautiful, but I slightly prefer the orange one. And you’re right, giving things away is sometimes so much fun. Thanks!

    oontjesblog at gmail dot com

  7. rrjane011749 says:

    Love these! Would really like to get the blue fabric!

  8. Sheila says:

    These are just delightful – love the orange on natural.

  9. Katherine says:

    Orange you glad I didn’t say banana? The orange one would be awesome! Thanks so much fo opening this to people like me who live far, far away. Bpkdmurphy(at)gmail(dot)com

  10. I adore Amy’s screen printed kettles, it’s such a strong design.
    Would love to win some ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks Anna & Amy!

  11. What a great print. Really like the blue one!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Would love to win a teatowel – love the colours too ๐Ÿ™‚


  13. Anonymous says:

    beautiful! the one in the natural linen is my favorite, but all wonderful : )
    marianareinoso at gmail dot com

  14. Kelly O. says:

    I just love amy’s blog and work!

  15. Innestemmen says:

    Oh, my… love it!
    Siv xx

  16. Allie says:

    So happy to find out about Amy’s shop! Love the print. Alliepesch at gmail

  17. Erin says:

    My sister would love the yellow one! What a fun gift to give!

  18. Mama Pluis says:

    I love the yellow one!

  19. wow, the print’s fabulous. I love the orange on natural linen.
    liberalsprinkles at gmail dot com

  20. Thank you for featuring Amy from During Quiet Time, her work is beautiful. What a wonderful giveaway.

    letsgoflyakite2010 AT gmail DOT com

  21. Himiko says:

    How beautiful are those.
    I’d love to win….

    himiko (at) himikonosekkai (dot) com

  22. Ana Degenaar says:

    She is so talented and this is simply amazing. I love it.

  23. -L says:

    I love how classic the orange print is. ๐Ÿ™‚ It just makes me smile!!


  24. Ashley says:

    I just love these! I’m thinking the orange or the blue are my favorite!

  25. I love the orange one on natural linen a lot !

  26. Hollyrolly says:

    hplant1 [at] yahoo [dot] co dot] uk

    LURVE the orange!

  27. Kelly K. says:

    Really beautiful work! I would love to try screen printing….thanks for the tips. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    kellykoster (at) juno (dot) com

  28. Elizabeth says:

    Those are brilliant! I am moving soon for graduate school and would love one for my new little kitchen!!

    elizabeth.strawbridge[at]gmail [dot]com

  29. JenP says:

    beautiful prints!

  30. Salonie says:

    Gorgeous fabrics. I absolutely adore the orange one.


  31. Amy’s already well aware that I love her screen prints. Thanks for profiling her today – this was lovely.

  32. Happy in red says:

    This is fabulous, how pretty! Can I play?

  33. Kristen says:

    ooh how beautiful! I love the yellow!


  34. Natty says:

    I want to make an apron with this!


  35. The Cathrine Holm pattern is getting more and more popular again. ๐Ÿ™‚ What a nice give away! ๐Ÿ™‚
    I would love to win one! :o)
    lisode at gmail dot com

  36. memmens says:

    Oh she is one clever lady – I love her work – thanks for the giveaway.

  37. Sahara Kids says:

    This is FUN. It would be perfect for my kitchen

  38. redzshadow says:

    This is a great Q&A. I have done a lot of screen printing and fabric is definitly more difficult. I love the designs!

  39. will be me ( wishing very hard)

  40. Jo says:

    What a lovely quirky design! If the orange print on natural linen teatowel were to grace my kitchen I would be extremely happy ๐Ÿ™‚

  41. I love screen printing and vintage inspired! cute teapot stuffs. email is linked to my profile ๐Ÿ™‚

  42. Lauren says:

    I love the orange!

    laurenstremple [at] gmail [dot] com

  43. Sew Quine says:

    Those designs are cool, love the blue one best.

    I really enjoyed hearing about how Amy got into screenprinting too.

  44. Such wonderful work and a lovely interview! I love the orange one, thanks!

  45. Laura says:

    These are great! I love the vintage pattern.

  46. Joanna says:

    Ohmigoodness I love the natural colored tea towel! SO beautiful!!joanna [dot] hody [at] gmail [dot] com

  47. Liz says:

    Oooh, I totally have a thing for special tea towels, they really brighten up any kitchen. Would love to win!
    Thanks for the chance!


  48. miamihoney says:

    Awesome doesn’t begin to describe this fabric! miamihoney at gmail dot com

  49. i took a screen printing class in college and it was hard trying to learn from a teacher, i am so impressed with someone who figured it out on their own! i love this fabric!
    – gabby
    gabriellecato at gmail dot com

  50. Suzie says:

    These are so beautiful!

    suzhead [at] gmail [dot] com

  51. Labit-made says:

    The orange linen is so cute!

    christinelabit [at] gmail [dot] com

  52. Suzee says:

    I love Amy’s work!!! so love the orange!!! thank you for the giveaway!

  53. Tong says:

    they look awesome! thanks for the chance to win!

  54. Kasey says:

    LOVE these! Thank you for the chance! Kaseymgm (at) gmail (dot) com

  55. Bolo heads says:

    I follow her and see all of her creations, I hope I win ๐Ÿ™‚

  56. Alexis says:

    very cool, i’d love to give screen printing a try.

  57. Pattij says:

    Really love the orange! Cute!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

  58. deserae says:

    I would love a tea towel!
    deserae (at) gmail (dot) com

  59. Michelle says:

    Such a clever idea for a print, I am in love!

  60. Dora says:

    They are all beautiful! But I would have to go with the blue…or yellow fabric. Thanks for this great giveaway!
    dora (dot) moreland (at) gmail (dot) com

  61. Brooke says:

    These are so pretty. I really love the prints on the natural linen!

  62. Darby says:

    Oh I am in love with the orange on the 100% linen – that colourway is gorgeous! I would love to win – fingers crossed!

  63. Andrews girl says:

    I love tea towels, these are no exception! They are so colorful and fun!

  64. tweed fox says:

    Those are so gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!

    ravenastoriaATgmail DOTcom

  65. tweed fox says:

    Those are so gorgeous! thanks for the giveaway!

    ravenastoriaATgmail DOTcom

  66. Siew says:

    How I love that vintage mod pattern. And the orange and linen? What a great pairing. wotocho at telus dot net. Thanks for the chance to win!

  67. Tammy says:

    What fun! I’d love to win!

  68. Valerie says:

    This is an inspiration! Thanks for sharing.

    My contact info is:


  69. Cammie says:

    That orange on linen is to die for! Although my kitchen is decorated with splashes of yellow and the yellow and white is beautiful too!
    Thanks for the giveaway, what a cute shop!
    theredkiwi at yahoo (dot) com

  70. Jennifer says:

    I love this print. Her stuff is so cute! I think I would like blue best maybe…

  71. Kerry says:

    I have been oohhing and ahhing over these every time I see a new print on FLickr! Orange is tops!

  72. knottygnome says:

    i love the blue and white print. so cute!

  73. Christie S. says:

    Too cute. I love anything vintage. I’d love to win the fabric. cstoops(at)cox(dot)net

  74. Nikki says:

    Oh, I LOVE those!! I would love to win!! Thanks for the opportunity!


  75. Michelle says:

    Just beautiful! Love the color choices!!

  76. beth says:

    this is a darling print! How can you choose just one color!

  77. Jen says:

    very pretty tea towels!

  78. What fantastic pieces and design. They are absolutely beautiful. I would love to win!


  79. Lollydollops says:

    I love the fabric! The blue is my favorite! So pretty!

  80. AmberLou says:

    Sweet! I love the blue! heers04 at msn dot com

  81. Gingini says:

    Great giveaway!! Love the design! ๐Ÿ™‚

  82. K says:

    Wow! These are gorgeous! I would love a kitchen towel. It would go perfectly with my collection of vintage dishware in my kitchen! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Kristyjallen(at) yahoo (dot) com

  83. Jamie says:

    Awesome! I would love another piece of this lovely fabric to add to the orange that I already have. Thanks for the chance to win!

  84. Jake n Kait says:

    These are simply amazing! I love the yellow one on linen fabric.

    jakenkait28 [at] gmail [dot] com

  85. Lisa says:

    These are so cute! I would love the orange. I’ve always wanted to learn how to screen print too — someday!

  86. Jen says:

    Super cute! I am beginning to explore screen printing myself. Your designs are amazing!


  87. hueisei says:

    Loves the prints.. the color also fantastic.. Thanks for the chance to win it…
    cheers from hueisei(at)gmail(dot)com

  88. Cute! My sister would love these. charityosborne[at]gmail[dot]com

  89. Joelle says:

    One talented lady! Love the tekattles print!

  90. Ella says:

    Totally digging the vintage prints!
    ellaredstar (at) gmail (dot) com

  91. Saw this on her blog the other day–super cute!

  92. Anonymous says:

    ADORABLE! I just love that orange on Natural! Beautiful!

  93. Raynamin says:

    Definitely cute!


  94. Patti says:

    How gorgeous is that! The colours are so primary and vibrant.

  95. Jamie says:

    What a lovely giveaway! Those colors are so perfect, amazing work.

  96. Iris says:

    Wow! I love that tea kettle! Love the orange on natural, tea towel.

    iris [dot] provoost [at] gmail [dot] com

  97. Jessica says:

    These are so cute! Thanks for the chance to win!
    quiltyhabit [at] gmail [dot] com

  98. Lisa says:

    Absolutely gorgeous–I especially love the natural linen! lnoteboom (at) gmail (dot) com.

  99. Alissa says:

    I would love to win! The colors are fabulous!

    alissaschade (at) hotmail (dot) com

  100. amanda says:

    I love this! if i don’t win i’m so buying some!
    abkoldewyn (at) gmail (dot) com

  101. Anonymous says:

    How beautiful – a true vintage look!



  102. Jan says:

    Fabulous give away.

    rjprytz at hotmail dot com.

  103. Carol C. says:

    I love these fabrics!! Brings back great memories!! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  104. Eli says:

    These tea towels are fantastic. Would love to win one of them. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.

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  106. *kate says:

    These are so cool. In a couple of weeks we are moving to a house [in Wisconsin, nonetheless] with a very drab kitchen … and as a renter, I was JUST thinking we were going to have to spruce the kitchen up with tea towels.

  107. Well . . . says:

    I love vintage anything

    truly_canadian_girl at hotmail dot com

  108. marisa says:

    Love that yellow one!

    montreuils6 at aol dot com

  109. chloe says:

    i love the orange on linen! so cute!
    cmonstr at gmail dot com

  110. Jenette says:

    I think a piece of white fabric with the blue would make a very cute apron or skirt.


  111. Sarbear says:

    These are wonderful! ๐Ÿ™‚

    conesandleaves (at) yahoo (dot) com

  112. Vanessa says:

    I love these prints. Awesome!


  113. Monica says:

    I love all the colors. It would be so hard to choose. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  114. Jeni says:

    Whoa, those are super awesome! Would look great with perhaps an apron with the lotus leaves stencils on it!!

    Thanks for a really lovely giveaway Anna! ๐Ÿ™‚

  115. Jennifer W. says:

    Wow, might that tea towel actually make me look forward to washing dishes?!

    jlwhite (at) sasktel (dot) net

  116. Anita says:

    What a fun collection! (

  117. I am in love with the orange printed on oatmeal linen! I love the look of linen on bags, but haven’t worked with it at all. This print is so great, I’d want to carry it around and show it off!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  118. Stacy says:

    These are gorgeous!

  119. Chantal says:

    I really love the orange one! Thanks, chantalsews (at) gmail (dot) com.

  120. moxiemandie says:

    I LOVE these!! I’d most definitely make myself a pillow cover!!

    mandiesegura (at) gmail

  121. Laura says:

    Do I have to choose? They are all fabulous. I have been following her progress on her blog (I would love to learn how to do that!). I am thinking blue would match my kitchen. They are all lovely!

  122. Bego says:

    I love the orange one! what a fantastic giveaway! Fingers crossed!

  123. Jesy says:

    O super cute!!!Love all the colors~~ I would defiantly have to pick the fabric ๐Ÿ™‚ redoing my kitchen as we speak.. this is so adorably perfect~!

    punkydoll at gmail dot com

  124. Mandy says:

    I love the print (any colour) on the natural linen! So gorgeous.

    mandy8fung at hotmail dot com

  125. Lenita says:



  126. Figgy says:

    These prints are amazing! I would love the orange tea towel if I am lucky enough to win.


  127. Laura says:

    How adorable! I love the orange on natural background.

    orinoco14 at gmail dot com

  128. Steph says:

    Love them!! I would totally love to have blue print!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  129. Bree says:

    Adorable! I especially like the first print.

  130. Rocio says:

    Lovely prints! It is difficult to decide about the color, all of them are so pretty…

  131. Kelli says:

    I love them. They make me think of my Grandma’s kitchen and some of the stuff she still uses! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’d love to have this to make something for my kitchen so I thought of her every time I used it.

  132. I follow Amy’s blog and I have been admiring this print for the last couple of weeks. Great giveaway!

    greenletterday at yahoo dot com

  133. Renae says:

    Oh these are great! I love the title “quiet time”, I wish I had more of that!! Thanks for the giveaway! rmicchia[at]gmait[dot]com

  134. I love the natural linen! I do not have artistic ability in creating that way, but I’d love to watch someone design fabric.

  135. Cary says:

    I love the tea towel on natural linen! Lovely design!

  136. Lise says:

    I just love this pattern. Amy is creative in a way that I am just NOT, so I really admire her skills. lisejackson (at) rocketmail (dot) com

  137. Megs says:

    What’s not to love about the orange on linen? NOTHING! Really beautiful.

  138. I woild love to win the blue or the red or the orange (OK ALL OF THEM) on linen. yumm-o!

  139. Estee says:

    The orange is AMAZING!

  140. Emily says:

    Lovely!! emmillee(At)gmail(dot)com

  141. ColorSlut says:

    OMG I love them. I’d like to buy them (do you know if she is selling them anywhere)?

    ducatirocketgirl at yahoo dot com

  142. gill says:

    I love the orange one!

  143. BarbaraG says:

    Seriously, just how cute are these prints! I’d LOVE some (All!)

  144. LesleyD says:

    Too Awesome!!
    LesleyD at gmail dot com

  145. MaryAnnB says:

    Love the silk screen designs! They remind me so much of my grandmother’s mid century corningware! Wonderful questions/answers to get to know Amy’s background and process to create these silk screens! thanks for the giveaway!
    Always enjoy reading your blog too Anna!

  146. Tilly says:

    They are really beautiful prints. Would love to win some orange fabric.

    Great blog by the way, I got here because someone on posted a bag they made after one of your patterns. I also bookmarked the vintage inspired skirt, have to try and make that some day.


  147. Katrina says:

    I’d love to win one of your tea towels! They are so cute!


  148. These are spectacular! They’re all great, and I think I especially like the blue on white – it really pops.

    nutellanut at gmail dot com

  149. snowyulia says:

    What an interesting interview, it was a very good idea to ask Amy these questions!
    I never win any giveaways, though,but who knows maybe…
    my e-mail is snowyulia @ yahoo (dot) com
    I would prefer blue printed fabric ๐Ÿ™‚

  150. Amy says:

    I love these. They remind me of my Grandma….in a wonderful way.

  151. erica says:

    gorgeous, reminds me of the pans and kitchen ware we had growing up.


  152. Jenny says:

    I really love this! Thanks for the chance to win a bit of it! jenny and sullivan and parker at comcast dot net.

  153. Love the yellow. So bright and happy. kerneknop(at)hotmail(dot)com

  154. Katie says:

    These are fantastic! I love the orange on natural linen. I’m off to check out her blog! Beautiful work.


  155. Aweseome giveaway! Love all of Amy’s great stuff! I LOVE the orange on linen tea towel-gorgeous! Thanks for the chance!

  156. I love those! What an adorable vintage-syle print!

  157. smooze13 says:

    Oh, I love the colors!
    smooze13 (at) aol (dot) com

  158. Miss Prickly says:

    I’m so in love with the yellow print!

    pricklypearcactuscandy (AT) comcast (DOT) net

  159. Jenny says:

    cute! i would love to win this giveaway.

  160. MissMary says:

    When I saw the orange, my heart sang! I’m on such an orange-grey kick right now with no end in sight. Beautiful!

  161. owlette says:

    OMG amazing!!! this print would make a cute apron:)

  162. Kelly.R says:

    These prints are so lovely! I don’t know how I would ever choose color or fabric vs towel!

    richak21 [at] sbcglobal [dot] net

  163. Biddywink says:

    Lovely prints, especially the orange on natural linen.
    biddywink [at] gmail [dot] com

  164. Jenny says:

    oh what fun! i do follow amy’s blog and its nice to see her over here today!

  165. Yadira says:

    I just LOVE these prints in linen. They are very clever.


  166. Anonymous says:

    This print is amazing! My boyfriend loves teapots and sewing, and he would love to get this fabric. I hope I win so I can give it to him!

    Thanks for the opportunity! It’s beautiful. ~Kelly,

  167. Fay says:

    Gorgeous! Love the orange.

  168. WandaFish says:

    Wonderful prints – they remind me of my Grandma’s kitchen!
    Love, love, love the orange on linen. It really makes me smile ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for the giveaway!


  169. What a gorgeous print.. love a bit of vintage!! I love the orange.. very cool!


  170. Andrea says:

    i love this!! the colorways are all so beautiful, i’m a bit indecisive on which i love best.


  171. So in love with this! I’m crossing my fingers!


  172. Debra says:

    I’m in love with the ywllow

  173. Meg says:

    I love these screenprints of Amy’s! They are fabulous! I loved reading about her process as well! Thanks for the chance to win some!

    mvansciver at gmail dot com

  174. Geek_Sweet says:

    This is my first time visiting your blog, and I love it! (I was redirected from Craftster where someone posted their 241 bag.)

    I’d like to be entred in the drawing, too! Thanks!

    granea at gmail dot com

  175. Sue says:

    I’ve been admiring the progress “During Quite Time” has made on these prints. I love to sew and craft, but that is such a special talent. And that retro vibe is awesome. If I’m lucky enough to win, I would LOVE the blue on white fabric. I know just the kitchen to use this in. ๐Ÿ™‚

  176. drmithome says:

    Love the orange on brown tea towel. Thanks
    drmithome at yahoo dot com

  177. Elsa says:

    Amy has a lovely blog, enjoyed all her projects, especially the pieced tea pot. I’d love to ‘win’ her fabric, it’s just wonderful.
    elsa [dot] hart [at] gmail [dot] com

  178. Rebecca says:

    Tea time is probably my favorite time of day. Plus there is nothing better than sitting with your mom on a cold day drinking tea and discussing your next quilt!
    rebecca [dot] tedford [at] gmail [dot] com

  179. EmBoscoe says:

    Oh my, how I love this. And thanks for including the Q&A with Amy…I love reading those. ๐Ÿ™‚ I would love some screen-printed fabric to make an apron for my sister!

  180. wow! so great! i love the orange! i love little pops of color in the kitchen!

    mcevans24 at gmail dot com

  181. Tanya says:

    What an adorable print! Count me in!

  182. Jennifer says:

    Love these! So cute!

  183. tara says:

    I am a follower of her blog and have admired these screen printings. The kettle pattern is awesome.

  184. Krystina says:

    I lOve these! They’re perfect. Retro and modern at the same time! Thanks for the chance.

  185. Amy is so talented, and I love her blog. Great opportunity here and nice interview, Anna.


  186. OHHH–this print is super adorable! LOVE IT:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

  187. What a cute print!

    jessicafediw (@) yahoo (.) com

  188. Allison says:

    Impressive! I wish I had room to play with screen printed fabric! Maybe when I win the lottery I can buy a house just for my crafting! A girl can dream, right?! I really like the orange design on the fabric!
    alibear167 at gmail dot com

  189. Marcia W. says:

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  190. kristinorth says:

    Gorgeous! Thanks for a chance to win. kristinorth at mchsi dot com

  191. Marcia W. says:

    Lovely work — screen printed fabric is my desire — for a pillow perhaps — or a quilt center medallion. Thanks for the opportunity to win something so very special and unique.

  192. Lee says:

    What lovely designs and a generous giveaway.

  193. Ellen d says:

    The yellow screen printed fabric is calling my name. Thank you for interview as it’s nice to hear how folks get their start and are inspired to be so creative!

  194. sbmeeks says:

    Love the natural and yellow! Thanks for the giveaway!

    sbmeeks at gmail dot com

  195. Anonymous says:

    love your ideas, thanks for sharing


  196. Glenys says:

    Love the orange one on linen! jonnyandglenys [at] gmail [dot] com

  197. The print on the natural is AMAZING!

  198. covering says:

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  199. covering says:

    love it and that block pattern is fab. Thanks so much for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

    abellegardner at gmail dot com

  200. I love them – if I win I’m going to stretch it over a canvas and hang in my kitchen!

  201. Such pretty designs! Thanks for this great giveaway Amy (and Anna)!

  202. fermomo says:

    Such lovely design and colors! Hope to be a lucky one.


  203. Beeeeeautiful!
    I love the linen. Classic.

  204. Jo says:

    Wow those are great! The paper pieced block is a winner too! So much talent!

  205. Rie says:

    They are beautiful designs!.. mbiswell at gmail (.) com

  206. Yay! SO CUTE!!! I think I would pick a tea towel since I am pretty sure that’s what I would end up making anyways!:)

  207. Andee says:

    I love them! AzAndee(at)

  208. Heidi says:

    I like the vintage table runner

  209. Blake says:

    Love this, especially the yellow one! Thanks for the giveaway!

  210. Penny says:

    This Mid-century modern revival reminds me of my mother’s dishes when we were all growing up. Glad to see the elegance of these designs has captivated another generation. I’m a tea towel kind of gal, blue and red are my favorites. Reach me at

  211. dearmrsreese says:

    Those are lovely. I’d love to win.

  212. barneyn says:

    Those are super cute!!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  213. Ellen says:

    ellen [at] everydayartbyeda [dot] com

  214. Meremade says:

    Oooh that yellow one is delicious!!!
    meremadeblog (at) gmail (dot) com

  215. Chris says:

    I love the orange on the natural linen! The kettles are so adorable… :o)

  216. Bee d.S.S says:

    These are absolutely lovely!!!

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  218. Book Baker says:

    Oh wow! They look fabulous.. Great work.. She’s really talented isn’t she? tsakunthalarpeiris(at)gmail(dot)com

  219. Irina says:

    I love Amy’s blog, I’ve been follow it for a while. hose prints are really cute (as well as the ones with houses that she made before). Thanks for the chance to win one of her prints. I’d choose the blue fabric piece on white.

  220. linda says:

    they are lovely i love the blue on the darker fabric hard to choose ,great giveaway.

  221. joppe says:

    WOW!! I love the orange one!

  222. Anonymous says:

    wow, I recently got to know your blog via Oontje, and it’s really amazing and inspiring. And yes, I love the tea towels and fabrics too, so I’d like to take my chance.
    Greetings from Belgium,

  223. Ellen says:

    I love the silk screening! Thanks for the giveaway.

    ellen dot firestone at gmail dot com

  224. BERNACAN says:

    ๐Ÿ™‚ lovely
    bernasagun at gmail dot com

  225. Marsha says:

    I love it!… the blue and white is perfect to use in making something for my daughter.. what a joy these fabrics are!

  226. I love the linen prints!

    speakmankelly (at) gmail

  227. Erin says:

    LOVE that orange tea towel! Thanks for the giveaway Anna!
    HungieGungie AT gmail DOT com

  228. jayayceeblog says:

    I am besotted with kitchen prints – am working on a Dresden Plate table topper right now – and would dearly love the blue fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

    jayayceeblog at gmail dot com

  229. christy says:

    great giveaway
    yanuzo at hotmail dot com

  230. Amanda says:

    Love this fabric! Thanks so much for the chance. (Btw, I also work in museum collections!!)

    amanda dot brekhus at gmail dot com

  231. Suzanne says:

    Gorgeous fabric and really cool screen printing!

  232. meganmini says:

    Wow! Great post — for inspiration, information, another blog to follow, and of course the contest! Thanks so much for sharing.

    meganmini [at] gmail [dot] com

  233. PeixBlau says:

    Just love the print! Thanks!


  234. stance. says:

    Wow, I love her design. It’s awesome to be introduced to people who have a clear passion for what they do. Thanks for hosting such a cool giveaway.


  235. Marilee says:

    Oh, so creative. I love that old printmaking skills are being used in such fun, innovative ways today.

  236. Jacey says:

    This is a wonderful giveaway! These prints are so cute, and I absolutely love the paper-pieced tea kettle pattern! Thanks for sharing, Anna.

  237. ninjadesigns says:

    i looove the orange on oatmeal!
    tamara_maxwell at hotmail dot com

  238. krista says:

    I love tea, I love quiet time, and I love these tea towels!



  239. Deanna says:

    I think fabric like this is the best because it really is original and not mass printed and widely available. Love it!
    ardeannadoornbos at yahoo dot ca

  240. Linda says:

    I love these!!! linda_bos (at) xs4all (dot) nl

  241. cally says:

    Those are great! I’d love some tea towels.

    cally (dot) cruze (at) gmail

  242. Anonymous says:

    I love Catherine Holm! Awesome take on an iconic design. ๐Ÿ™‚

  243. Anonymous says:

    I really really love those prints! I wish one will be mine. Maybe the blue?

  244. Care says:

    Ooooo, pick me! :o) LOVE the print!

    email is in my profile!

  245. Lynda says:

    Ohhh it looks like something my grandma would have!

    Lmr3683 at hotmail dot com

  246. Anonymous says:

    Anna, I just found your wonderful blog while trying to find back to school notebook covers. I am very impressed with all your projects and can’t wait to get started. I would love to win the beautiful fabric so I could make some re-usable sandwich bags. Please enter me.

    Sandy Thobe

  247. Love the prints. I remember those kitchen items from my childhood. thanks for the chance to win one.

  248. Poppyprint says:

    Great interview Anna and Amy! Loved reading more about you and your work Amy, and as you know I think all if your prints are the bomb!

  249. tundra gypsy says:

    i love the looks of those linen tea towels and great fabric!

  250. I’m a huge fan of Amy’s art work and have quite a few so I consider myself a collector! although I don’t have anything from this particular line yet. Yet…

  251. Anonymous says:

    gorgeous! thanks for the chance to win!

  252. Camille Wilson says:

    Oh, I love the Cathrineholm design on this fabric!!
    westcoastwilsons [AT] gmail [DOT] com

  253. Mossery says:

    These are beautiful! I love the red on natural.

    brightside.hill (at)

  254. A friend just introduced me to these this weekend! I would love to own a little it! Jencarltonbailly at gmail dot com

  255. Bev C says:

    Wow,these towels remind me so much of growing up. Thanks for the opportunity to own one.
    Happy days.

  256. anna says:

    I don’t know which is cuter, the white or natural linen background!

  257. Willa says:

    Love these prints….thanks for the chance to win!

  258. DianeY says:

    So cute! And I love the colors she used!

  259. Amy says:

    She is so talented! How beautiful! Amy @

  260. Kristin says:

    This would go perfect in my kitchen! love it!
    kndreier [at] yahoo [dot] com

  261. Quiltnut says:

    thank you for sharing….quiltnut(at)gmail(dot)com

  262. ElfRenee says:

    It’s so cute and vintage!


  263. Fab says:

    The orange tea towel is so pretty would go perfect with my kitchen. Thanks fabivargas1(at)gmail(dot)com

  264. Orange vintage dishes printed on linen!?! I’m in!

  265. Oh my goodness, I would love, love, love to win this. ๐Ÿ™‚ sleepachu at hotmail dot com

  266. Oh my, does that yellow make me happy. What a generous giveaway!

  267. Beth says:

    These remind me of my mom. So, thanks for that, in addition to the generous giveaway.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

  268. awesome prints! i love the fabric!


  269. Shayla Sharp says:

    Such beautiful work–I love the simplicity of the lines and colors!

  270. Azaidris says:

    Would love to have all three but will settle for just the orange one.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  271. quilter4 says:

    how awesome is this?! Got my fingers crossed….

  272. Carla says:

    I love Amy’s screen prints! Thanks for the interview. It’s always fun to read the adventure. I so love the orange one!

  273. I love screen printed fabric. The orange tea towel is my favorite.

  274. Heather H says:

    Awesome. This makes me want to learn to screen print! Thanks for such a cool give-away!


  275. principeta says:

    Wow,love this,it will be so hard to choose.

    pprincipeta et yahoo dot com

  276. Doris says:

    I read her blog, I think these are just wonderful designs…

  277. evamarie says:

    I would love to win the blue on white fabric! evamariebeij(at)gmail(dot)com

  278. Anonymous says:

    What a lovely fabric, I want to win!!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!!!!

  279. Anonymous says:

    Amy is so talented! Love the new prints shes doing! Karen P.

  280. Alisa says:

    I love Amy’s blog and especially this screenprint!

  281. Kelly T says:

    So cute! Kaht(at)gmail(dot)com

  282. Such a cute design! A mugrug would be adorable with this.

  283. Alyssa says:

    Fun giveaway! Thanks for the chance.
    Alyssa R.

  284. Jen B says:

    The prints are so beautiful and the colors are perfect!
    jenniferabland (at) gmail (dot) com

  285. Binks says:

    Simply ADORABLE! I love the yellow screen print but all of the are absolutely gorgeous.

  286. Macska says:

    What awesome fabric! I’m totally loving that print. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the chance to be in to win!

    macska at gmail dot com

  287. Kath says:

    Always love screen print fabrics. Wonderful giveaway!

  288. Violeta says:

    Lovely! Great prints!


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