Fancy Moon Fabrics Giveaway – 3 metres of your choice – CLOSED.




I’ve been a huge fan of Fancy Moon Fabrics for such a long time, so am really delighted to be running this fabulous giveaway in collaboration with them.

Nancy at Fancy Moon Fabrics is always helpful and friendly – an important factor when ordering fabrics online. If I’m looking for something really unique, I know I can find it on their site – there’s is always something new and enticing too so I like to give myself a cheeky half hour for a browse ! They stock a wide range of cotton and linen fabrics for dressmaking, quilting, furnishing, curtains plus patterns and notions.

I made this skirt from my block yesterday with their Zocalan Mexican Cotton fabric by Alexander Henry. Almost too good to cut into but then equally criminal to hide away in a cupboard. :) It’s always more fun sewing when you love what you’re working with, wouldn’t you say ? It’ll be worn loads.

If you would like to enter this giveaway to win 3 continuous metres of your chosen Fancy Moon Fabrics fabric – here’s what you need to do: 

1. Go to the Fancy Moon Fabrics website and have a look around the site to find the fabric that you would like to win – then leave a comment below this post telling me what you would like to make with it. This is compulsory.

2. For an additional entry – Like both Fancy Moon Fabrics and LucyLovesYa on facebook.

3. For a second additional entry ( you must have followed step 2 and liked us on facebook first for this entry to be valid ) – Tweet the below quote on Twitter:

I’ve just entered the @lucylovesyablog giveaway to win 3 metres of @fancymoonfabrics of my choice. Enter here:

Please only leave one comment in total under this post. I will know if you have liked on facebook and tweeted the quote – but please also include this info in your comment. Thanks x

All done ! Wishing you lots of luck ! I will pick the winner at random on Thursday 6th June at 7pm.

T’s and C’s

One full entry per person allowed.

I will add the winners name onto this post at the close of this giveaway and will also email. I will need a reply within 24 hours or a new winner will be picked.

This giveaway is open to UK and International residents. Postage and Packaging supplied.

If your fabric choice is unavailable for any reason – you will be asked to pick 3 metres of a different fabric.

Prize not redeemable for cash and no alternative offered.

Please share the love by clicking on the links below xx 


The winner of this giveaway is Dawn Mason. Congrats !

A new giveaway starts on Monday so do pop back to find out more. Thanks for all of your entries and to Fancy Moon Fabrics for such an amazing prize.



If i was to win the fancymoon giveaway, I would love to make a light summer tote bag, along with some funky retro cushions to complete my bedroom.
I have chosen the mini calaveras day of the dead fabric, alexander henry and in turquoise.

Dawn Mason

I love Timeless Treasures partie Time Candles, Planets Space Travel by Elizabeth Studios and P&B textiles What a World City fabric in white.
I would make dribble bibs for my new Grandbabies and friends babies as presents.

Butterfly Crafts

Such beautiful fabric! If I won, I would pick the beautiful flower sugar rosette fabric to make my first ever item of clothing, a skirt, as I am a beginner at sewing and am learning how to make my own things


Prehistoric Dinosaur Cotton Fabric by Alexander Henry – this would make the most fantastic dress for my slightly dinosaur mad daughter! If i added cat buttons she would be over the moon!

Becky Greene

I would choose Loulouthi Clippings Glow, Anna Maria Horner Cotton Fabric. I am currently making the Tula Pink City Sampler quilt in Anna Maria Horner prints, so this would be perfect as the main part of the backing. Thanks for the chance to win!

Katy Gough

You big temptress, making me look at Fancy Moon Fabrics! I love them, I can’t seem to find, much less like them on facebook! I thought we were friends!! So the big question, well inspired by your skirt, I went with something for ME for a change. It’s a toss up between ‘in the wind’ pink by Etsuko Furuya, Field study Butterfly moth- Viva, Anna Maria Horner and Ruby Star Spring Bloom in Aubergine – Melody Millar. Yes, Ok, Ruby Star as I’ve never worked with it before. Fingers crossed and thank you!

Alison Callaway

I would choose the Field Study Sundials fabric and make a floaty summer dress x


I’ve had my eye on the “Contigo dark folklorico” for a while, I’d like to make a summer dress with it but haven’t dared ordering it yet!


Such a great giveaway, thankyou! Ive been wanting to make a blouse from the GBSB sewing book for ages, and would love to do it with the Como Tea, Cottom lawn dress fabric! Fx

sarah belinda

Ive had my eye on Alchemy sketchbook cotton by Amy Butler for a while now.
I would make a halternecked dress 50’s style of course or cushions for my
living room.

Tara Blackwell

Hi! Folk Doves in Aqua is my favourite fabric! Like both your pages on FB & ta muchly for chance to win again! xxxx


I have liked both and I would like Paperweight cobalt cotton fabric by Kaffe Fassett, Westminister and I would use it to make a quilt.


Thank you for this amazing giveaway!!!
I would love the Rabbit Wave Japanese Import Cotton Fabric by Kokka.


What a lovely giveaway – cross your fingers for me! :) I would choose the Posy Cream, Trefle by Kokka – it’s just so pretty! I would probably save it for the back of a quilt I’m planning – wouldn’t that be lovely? Thanks for the chance to win!


I would like to win the Folk Doves Black Retro Scandi Cotton Fabric by Kokka – I think it would make a lovely project bag.

I’ve done the facebook part and will send the tweet (@ickle_angel)

Pennie Yorath

I am a sucker for almost everything Alexander Henry make… however on this occasion I would choose something for my boy and go for Sharks (on black)…I would make him a waistcoat (its a Burda pattern can’t remember which one)…but since there is 3 metres in total I could either make myself a skirt (Ginger by Colette Patterns) or a pair of PJ bottoms (for my son)


Ooo I got stuck a while browsing and dreaming and wishing I had a bottomless bank account. However I think if I could have 3 continuous metres of something it would be In The Wind by Echino and would make a Washi dress for me with it. I’ve just made a Washi top and love it, just need bigger pieces of fabric for dresses! thanks

Sophie G

So hard to choose! I’d love all them. But I have to chose Astronauts, Planets & Space Cotton Fabric. It’s so currently fashionable and it’s gorgeous. I have just started making my own clothes, and have a beautiful skirt pattern I’d love to use this for. Thank you for this opportunity! x


Wow – LOVING this fabric! EEEEKkkk after careful consideration I think I am MOST in love with Nadya Red Russian Doll fabric and would love to make my little girl a dress and also some dresses for dress a girl around the world – a project that makes dresses to send to little girls around the world who otherwise might never own a dress

Carol Stripe

The bright stripey D’Orsay Bright, Contemporary Cotton Fabric, Alexander Henry is fabulous and with my surname would be ideal to make the most wonder summer trousers. (or a dress or a shirt ….)


I love Priate Island!
Would make a tie front dress for which I have adapted a vintage pattern.

Karen shaw-jones

I would like the kaffe fassett jupiter in purple and would make a negroni shirt for my man. great giveaway.


WOW I Love the fabrics on Fancy Moon…I confess to spending my evening looking at them all. I have liked you both on Facebook and used my husbands Twitter account retweet you :-)
My favourite fabric is ‘Asian Circles Green’ By KaffeFassett, I would love to make my little girl a tunic top with this and a dress to send to girls in 3rd world countries! X

michelle sullivan

Dolphin Children of the Sea Cotton Fabric has got to be my favorite as would make lots of items for my grandson room ie bed throw and cover his toy box with it and a bag/sack for his dirty clothes gosh the possibilities are endless ;D xx


Wahh I hadn’t seen Fancy Moon fabrics before, amazing, what a fabulous selection! The Zocalo Mexican that you have pictured is awesome and I would totally get this but I also love the The Mercer Tea Mecca which I would have to make a dress and hair bandana from for my upcoming trip to Barcelona in July, lovely!!!

kim tanner

Have liked both pages
would love to win Shark Black Cotton Fabric by Alexander Henry I can just see this being made into my newest shoulder bag.

tweeted as well


I would love the alchemy sketchbook fabric as its so beautiful and would make a short circle skirt and cushions I think x

Vicky Myers

Very lovely fabrics. After much thought I would make an A Line Skirt with Alchemy Butterflies Cotton Fabric by Amy Butler… this would be my first venture into dressmaking with a pattern since leaving school!! If there was enough left over I would make my daughter a skirt or top:) Liked on FB and tweeted:) Thanks Vicky


I love Norwegian Woods Scandi Cotton Fabric by Michael Miller and would make some cushions for my son’s play cabin.

Louise O

This sort of fabric is right up my street, so quirky! My fave has to be Field Study Butterfly Moth, Viva, Anna Maria Horner Cotton Fabric.
Can’t decide if I would make it into a bag or maybe a skirt ( or maybe just sit and stroke it!)
Liked you both on Facebook and tweeted (sewmamasew_)

Thanks so much for a fab giveaway!



I would luv some Hello Sunshine Candy Cotton fabric by Michael Miller, this fabric is screaming out to be made into a 60’s style shift dress and matching bag, and my name sake to boot. I have also liked both facebook pages. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Emma Ciarrocca

I would choose The “Mini Calaveras Red Day of the Dead” Fabric by Alexander Henry as i would like to make a a wee jacket for a friend’s baby as my first project – she loves Day of the Dead and this would suit to a tee!

Fiona Hackland

I would love to use Flea Market Fancy Seed Stripe Turquoise Cotton Fabric to make a Washi dress for summer.


I can’t decide! I love the Amy Butler Alchemy butterflies and would use it to make a couple of Roly-Poly dresses (from Rachael at Imagine Gnats) for my nieces. Or I love the Norwegian Woods Scandi Cotton Fabric by Michael Miller and would use it to make a super tote (from Noodlehead). Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.

Katy S

OMG their fabrics are beautiful! I have a long shopping list now, but the one I’d really like to win is Norwegian Woods Scandi cotton fabric by Michael Miller. I really want to start making clothes for my daughter, so I’d make a (simple!) dress with it.

Also Liked and tweeted :-) (from @ellabetsyboo)

Nicola Barnett

I love the Zocalo Mexican Cotton Fabric. It will make great bunting for hanging round my bell tent when I’m camping in Ibiza!


I would like to win Asian Circles Pink to make my beautiful little granddaughter a pretty dress.


I would love to win three metres of Hello Sunshine Candy Cotton fabric by Michael Miller. Three metres is the perfect length to fit my kitchen table and this fabric would make a fabulously summery and cheery tablecloth, to replace the now rather stained one we have at the moment! I have liked both you and fancy moon fabrics (as modflowers) and tweeted the quote.

Clare Carnegie

I would love to win 3m of Alexander Henry Island Girls. I think it would make a great dress for the summer. Already ‘liked’ fancymoon on fb but have now liked Lucy loves ya and also tweeted. C x

Amanda Lang

My daughter is studying hard at the moment trying to pass her high school exams so she can go on to become a teacher. I would absolutely love to make her a big floor cushion using the wonderful
Somerville Study Cotton Fabric by Alexander Henry
It would be a fabulous well done gift for all her efforts.
As she shares a room with her siblings she could really do with a comfy quiet spot to study and to carry out her favourite past time of reading.
I suppose You could say I would like to win some READING MATERIAL!


what a choice and hurrah for pointing me towards a web shop with such a huge choice of dressmaking fabrics and sensible postage charges :)
without a doubt i would love to make a skirt or maybe even a dress with the bear stripe fabric by Kokka – amazing :)


I love to lie in bed and hear the owls hooting in the field at the back of our house, so would love to win ‘Owls Annika Wester fabric’. I would make a lovely new summer top and perhaps some little cushions for my bed with the left overs

Victoria Layser

I would use the Cabezas Day of the Dead Cotton Fabric by Alexander Henry to make a circle/gored skirt for a summer party or night out! and if there was any left, I would make a matching skirt for my dachshund Ophelia, and a bow tie for our mixed dog Rupee!!


I quite fancy a cheeky 50s dress in either Galactica or the Wrangler Cowboys, off to tweet!

Suzanne Taylor

I would love to win haywire turquoise by Alexander Henry. With this fabric I would make a summer dress. I finished my first dress on Saturday with the help me a friend. I’d love to see if I can remember what to do and make it on my own. I am a liker of both pages. Thank you

Lisa Rowat

I would love the California Girl Green Silhouette Cotton Fabric by Moda!! It’s gorgeous! I would use it to make bags for myself and sisters :-)

Louise Caulfield

Dolphin Children of the Sea Cotton Fabric, Elizabeth’s Studio – I am decorating my son’s room in an underwater theme and this fabric would make amazing curtains and matching pillowcases!!

Margaret Hughes

So many beautiful fabrics to choose from, I really like Pirate Island Blue Cotton Fabric. I thought I could make something for my grandson’s room, maybe a quilt cover and pillowcase. He loves pirates.


I love Fancy Moon!
I’d like to get the In The Wind Pink by Etsuko Furuya, Kokka Designer Fabric and use it as lining for some purses I am making :) cute!
I have liked on facebook and tweeted :)

Ruth Wakeley

What a fab-tastic find! My first visit to Fancy moon and I love it.
I would definitely go for Sienna tawny Plum by alexander Henry and would make a reversible a-line skirt probably using a geometric patterned fabric for the other side.
I rarely make for me and I’ve been wanting the inspiration to get on with more dress-making. This website has certainly kick-started that again for me. So win or no, I’ll be back for fabric from them :)
Thanks Lucy x


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