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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Can You Name This Vintage Fabric? Win It! Hurry!

Join in a fun contest to win a vintage fabric valued at $59

Do you know what this type of fabric was named in the 1960s?

Name this vintage non-stretch, fluidly draping polyester red and white polka dot fabric by Friday, June 4 and you win it! All three yards of it.

Leave your answer here, or over at Revival Fabrics Facebook page. If you are the first person to answer correctly by Friday 11:59 p.m., you win the fabric with shipping included.

Here are some hints:

* the name is a food that is sweet and yummy
* the fabric has a subtle crepe appearance
* its a fabric from the 1960s - 1970s
* a garment weight fabric

Game on!


fashion said...

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Nan Jaeger said...

If readers upcoming fashion, sewing, vintage, or an antique shows and events please email me and I'm happy to post in Revival Fabrics blog. Emerging Trends 2010in Boston sound interesting!

Kathy said...

I would have won your red polka dot fabric if I'd have discovered your blog sooner! We were still selling whip cream in the late 70's at the fabric store where I worked in high school! :)