New Arrival - The Beach House by Robyn Pandolph

At The Oz Material Girls we are always excited to bring our sewers and crafters newly released products and this one is BRAND NEW, it has not even been released in the US yet!

We are pleased to introduce Robyn Pandolph’s latest range, The Beach House. Typical of her soft, romantic designs, The Beach House fabrics showcase a gorgeous selection of roses and blenders in soft pastel tones.

These fabrics inspire thoughts of waking up in a shabby chic French hotel with crisp white linens, a sumptuous feather filled pillow and a beautiful handmade floral quilt, and we think our quilter followers will fall in love with them. They are also suitable for other craft, appliqué, home decorating, cushions and bags.

About RJR Fabric Designer, Robyn Pandolph

Quilter, designer, author, teacher, and mother, Robyn Pandolph came to the quilting world in a modest way. Like many of us, she grew up with a mother and grandmother who quilted and sewed, and she always had an interest in fabrics and design. Her life really changed in 1997 when she brought her Folk Art Wedding Quilt to International Quilt Market in Houston. With her soft pastel colors, and original folk art hand-appliqué, Robyn took the quilting world by storm. A successful fabric designer for over 10 years now, Robyn is the quintessential creator of sophisticated floral romance. – From RJR Fabrics




Jelly Rolls in The Beach House range are available in pink and mint.




As are Fat Quarter Bundles, pink and mint.




We are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a stash builder and charm square pack from The Beach House range, in either the pink or mint tones.

All you need to do is follow our blog and leave a comment below telling us what you would make with these gorgeous fabrics.

The winner will be drawn via online random number generator on 31st December 2009.

To receive extra entries :

  • Post about this giveaway on your blog, and then come back and leave a comment letting us know the link to your post.
  • Mention on Facebook and leave a separate comment below to let us know, along with the link.
  • Retweet on Twitter and leave a separate comment below to let us know, please copy and paste the following into your tweet - RT @OzMaterialGirls Win #fabrics from the Beach House Collection by Robyn Pandolph http://bit.ly/7k8cdV
Make sure you keep visiting The Oz Material Girls in coming weeks as we have lots of new products to show you in 2010. And in the meantime, enjoy a safe and merry Christmas and a very happy New Year.
CONGRATULATIONS Clarissa, comment number 26, you have won this fabulous prize, please email us thematerialgirls@ozemail.com.au to arrange your prize

103 comments:

  1. I think I would use them to make a quilt for my baby, Id love to create a little family heirloom with them!

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  2. They would be PERFECT for cushions for a little bench I aquired for my courtyard! Maybe a patchwork cushion, loving the sound of that.

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  3. I think I would take time out to make some girly things for myself, a lap quilt or some cushions!

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  4. Tweeted!
    @ Y_C_Monkey RT @OzMaterialGirls Win #fabrics from the Beach House Collection by Robyn Pandolph http://bit.ly/7k8cdV

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  5. If I were lucky enough to win I definately think I would make a quilt from this lovely fabric.
    THanks for another great giveaway xx Bec

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  6. Lovely fabric! I'd love to use them maybe to make a cover for a nappy wipe case, or maybe even some cute cushions. The possibilities are endless :)

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  7. Glad to join th blog roll
    RT @OzMaterialGirls Win #fabrics from the Beach House Collection by Robyn Pandolph http://bit.ly/7k8cdV
    Great new choices. Watch out Visa!

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  8. I would (try to) make a bunting for my nursery. Or maybe ask someone to make it for me as I am not very talented

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  9. Tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/hiplittleone/status/6856121192

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  10. I have become a follower, gosh, cant decide what I would do with these gorgeous fabrics, but I would make a gorgeous summer nightie for my little girl..

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  11. A sweet little quilt for my new niece...

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  12. also tweeted!

    @jtgg RT @OzMaterialGirls Win #fabrics from the Beach House Collection by Robyn Pandolph http://bit.ly/7k8cdV

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  13. I would love to make some little sun dresses for the grand-babies from this! It's so pretty!

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  14. Posted here:
    http://babasfarmlife.blogspot.com/2009/12/cool-giveaways_14.html

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  15. Shared on Facebook:
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=profile&id=1594093139

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  16. Tweet:
    http://twitter.com/Babasfarmlife/status/6868612946

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  17. I would love to make two beautiful cot quilts for friends who are very excited to be having girls in the new year. Maybe even a bunting for the room as well.

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  18. My dear grandaughter has been so paticent while I have made 9 quilts for my other grandchildren, and it would be so fitting for this dear 15 year old girl to have such a special quilt in the wonderful Shabby Chic style she so dearly loves , in such special fabrics! The Beach House collection is sooo special and the colours are just droolsville!

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  19. I'd love to use it for a quilt or pillow case for my daughter.

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  20. I would love to make a shabby house bag that i have found for my daughter, she would especially love to have a bag created for her, and if there's enough.. a little handbag for me!!!! :D :D :D (for once its time to spoil myself as i rarely do!)

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  21. No question about it,The Beach House in pink JUST has to be a queen bed quilt..absolutely gorgeous.

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  22. They remind me on my Marmie's place by the beach, just gorgeous! I love pink too.

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  23. If I had the chance, I would definitely make a quilted throw rug, or thin quilt for the bed!

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  24. I forgot to say what I would make with the new fabric. A lap rug for my Nanna. When she lived in her own home, (she is now in an aged care facility), she grew the most fabulous flowers, roses are her favourite.

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  25. I just love the fabric colours, I would use it to make a special quilt for my baby girl.

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  26. I would use them to make some sort of blanket or quilt for my neice

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  27. Oohhh too hard to decide!! But I think I would do something for my little girls room...

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  28. I would make a patchwork quilt in the shabby chic-look (with the frayed edges at the seams). This new release is so... beautiful.

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  29. Robyn Pandolph fabric would be perfect for my pattern Primavera by Verna Mosquere which requires 49 different fat quarters for the applique.

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  30. I like making bags and these materials are so pretty. I would embelish with some beads etc.

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  31. I am a follower and I also posted it on my blog whttp://thedote.blogspot.com/2009/12/fabric-giveaway-at-oz-material-girls.htmlhich you can see at this link:

    I would love to have this fabric as we just renovated and painted our bedroom and this would be perfect for it. Pink is my favorite colour and matches are colour scheme there, so the fabrics would be perfect.
    Micki

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  32. I forgot to mention that it would definitely be a quilt and matching pillowcases that I would make.
    Micki

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  33. That is easy! After two gorgeous Grandsons we have a baby grandaughter due in February!! So I would be making some very sweet little girl dresses & bloomers, :)

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  34. Added to my facebook.

    http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=http%3A//www.theozmaterialgirls.blogspot.com/&t=Check%20out%20this%20site#/posted.php?id=583866858&success

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  35. Very kewl fabric, my kind of pink! I posted on my FB page about the give away!
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/profile.php?id=512570877&ref=mf

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  36. Hi Girls...came over from Micki in Ireland and have become a follower...What gorgeous fabrics...I'm thinking I would make a romantic quilt. Thank you for hosting this giveaway...and Happy New Year...Dzintra♥x

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  37. I love Robyn Pandolph fabrics. I think I would make a quilt and maybe a handbag.

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  38. hi,i would sew a babyquilt of the fabric,happy new year,susi

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  39. i would make a quilt,happy new year,susi

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  40. FAcebooked :)
    http://www.facebook.com/#/kym.teale?v=feed&story_fbid=221766949681&ref=nf

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  41. Blogged
    http://adventuresofmytotstoteensandinbetween.blogspot.com/2009/12/oz-material-girls-robyn-pandolph.html

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  42. Oh what beautiful fabrics! I´d love to win those! I posted about it here: http://sammanfaller.blogspot.com/2009/12/tavling.html

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  43. Forgot to say that I would create a babyquilt with the fabric.

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  44. The Beach House fabric is sooo "me" its unbelievable!!! I love it!!! Pinks and greens are my favourite colour combinations.
    I would make a new quilt for our bed. That fabric would be perfect!

    I am a new follower and found your blog on Micki's blog post.

    Thank you for offering such a great giveaway!

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  45. On my facebook page i said that they would make a beautiful quilt for the Devoigt family, who lost their 12 yr old son and house in a fire on christmas night. The Cranbourne Regional UCA has an appeal for them, and all donations are gratefully received.
    Love Robyn's designs and fabrics.... Sigh... Wendy

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  46. I have been a followers and I want to make a summerquilt. Hugs from Norway.

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  47. I just came over to visit you from England!I would make a comforter for my Brother in laws new babay girl- Perfect!

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  48. Oh My Gosh...
    Micki sent me, and I am so thrilled that she did. What a beautiful blog. I have signed up to follow, and I am so excited about these fabrics.

    I have a new grandbaby coming in June and I would love to attempt to make a small blanket or coverlet. Something special that the family can keep for years to come.

    I would be honored if you would stop by my blog as well, and sign up to follow. I love new friends and I love to share.

    Country hugs...Sherry

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  49. I LOVE this line! Can't wait for it to become available. I would make a large quilt with some whole fabric blocks to show off that beautiful fabric and some blocks with pattern like e.g. a ninepatch with applique flowers on etc. And a lovely wide border to show off the fabrics even more...

    I am following you.

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  50. blogged about it too.
    http://adventuresinquiltingandsailing.blogspot.com/

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  51. This lovely fabric would make a pretty table runner or topper.
    I am now a Follower too!

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  52. Stunning fabrics.
    I would make a quilt and the pink colours are ....gorgeous!!!
    please count me in for this fab giveaway. Ta
    Gina
    http://gina-catswhiskers.blogspot.com/

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  53. I am now your follower and I have posted a link about your giveaway
    Gina
    http://gina-catswhiskers.blogspot.com/

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  54. What a beautiful line of fabric. I love Robyn Pandolph and this looks just like her signature fabrics. I have a Cottage Quilt pattern by Bunny Hill that would make up beautifully. I am now a follower of your wonderful blog. Thanks for entering me :-)

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  55. I would make a quilt for my guest room so my guests could feel as royal as that elegant fabric.

    I am a follower!

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  56. Great giveaway! I want to win! I will make a quilt for my son's bed.

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  57. I would love to make a tote for my granddaughter with these fabrics!

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  58. I would love to make a tote for my granddaughter from these fabrics!

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  59. I would make a lap quilt with lots of applique and some fancy stars thrown in. Thanks.

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  60. I follow your blog. If I were to win these delightful fabrics, I'd make a romantic quilt for Valentine's day!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  61. I'd make a quilt/throw and matching pillow

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  62. Posted on FB
    http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=golf+cart&init=quick#/goonybird?ref=profile

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  63. I tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/goonyburd/status/7200028569

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  64. Great giveaway. I just became a follower and posted your giveaway on my blog sidebar.

    I would make some patchwork pillows with them.

    Willow

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  65. These are just gorgeous, I would incorporate them into a quilt for Easter. Thanks ever so much for the chance to win. Happy Holidays!

    Bobbie

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  66. love the mix and match....
    I also can see lots of bears made from the fabric....maybe it's just me!

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  67. Beautiful fabric! I would love to make a dear friend of mine a quilt from this fabric.
    When I saw it I immediately thought of her.

    Thank you for the generous giveaway!

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  68. I follow your blog,

    thanks for the opportunity to enter!

    SheilaC

    http://myemptynestisfullofcathair-sheilac.blogspot.com/

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  69. It would be so hard to pick just one thing to make with these beautiful fabrics. I would have to find a pattern that did them justice. They have that "classic beauty" look to them and the pattern would have to be soft and feminine. Oh dear..off on a pattern hunt now!

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  70. I retweeted on Twitter and I'm now a follower too.

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  71. I also became a fan on FB and mentioned this giveaway there!

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  72. Oops! Forgot the FB link!
    http://www.facebook.com/OzMaterialGirls?v=wall#/profile.php?id=1404326103&ref=mf

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  73. I'm a new follower, nice blog! I like them both but since my friends that have a beach house have it done in mint greens, I think the peach would be the best compliment for it, I'd have to make them a throw for when the breeze kicks up after dark and we're all sitting outside.

    Thanks for the chance to win! Lovely fabric!

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  74. These beautiful fabrics would be used to make a quilt for one of my spare bedrooms - so soothing and restful looking! I have become a follower and would love to win these prints. - Marlene

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  75. I would make my niece a little quilt with thos gorgeous fabric

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  76. Hi I just retweeted your giveaway.

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  77. BTW I am now following your blog.

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  78. I love Robyn Pandolph's fabrics and have made quilts with some of them. Of course if I would win-they would turn into a quilt for one of my granddaughters.

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  79. I would make a baby quilt! I am going to be a grandmother in July (and am keeping my fingers crossed for a girl) The pink fabric would be wonderful!

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  80. Oh! Love the pink! Definately a quilt for my bed.

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  81. I would choose the pink and make a crib quilt, bumper pad, crib skirt and curtains for my soon to be first granddaughter!! Beautiful fabric! I'm a follower!

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  82. I have a lovely table in my sewing room and these fabrics would be perfect to make a tablerunner.
    I am now a follower and look forward to getting to know you.
    Thank you for putting my name in your very generous drawing.

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  83. I just became a follower. I have a granddaughter due this spring...she is baby number 5 for the happy couple and the only girl! Yup, first four were boys! This is so lovely in the pinks that I'd make a special quilt for our new little princess....mom is going to LOVE IT!!!!

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  84. Imagine my delight when I saw these fabrics and realised I had just made a couple of lovely cushion covers out of the mini rose fabric in mint! I think with the extra fabric I would have to create an applique wall hanging! So many ideas!!

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  85. I have also joined as a blog follower :)

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  86. Such pretty fabrics - I think I would make something like a table runner or baby quilt - I love both colors- it is very hard to choose between the two of them.
    Thanks for hosting such a nice giveaway.
    Warmest regards,
    Anna

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  87. And my blog post http://moobeetees.blogspot.com/!!

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  88. These would make a beautiful girl quilt!

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  89. If I was a lucky winner I think that I would make a quilt for my daughter who is soon to move away from home. Jill.

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  90. Oh my she has done it again. We have a new GC on the way ... so I would make a sweet quilt.

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  91. AND I use google.com/reader to follow my favorite blogs. You're listed on it.

    Happy New Year

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  92. I have become a follower. I would make a little quilt for my little granddaughter!

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  93. Tweet
    http://twitter.com/umeplusone/status/7232096336

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  94. Lovely fabrics. Thank you for the chance to win. I became a follower.
    Since my baby girl is planning a wedding I would make things for her new home with this romantic fabric.

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  95. Pink is my choice. It would make a lovely baby quilt. --Julia

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  96. Oh, what a beautiful line. I think I'd like to make a table runner and napkins to to with my mother's china that has a pink rose in the center. It would be lover-ly.

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  97. hope i'm not too late?!!
    a quilt for my beautiful brave daughter
    gill x

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  98. Gorgeous romantic soft colours. I would make quilt for our spare room with matching pillows. this room definitely needs a makeover.

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  100. it is a good share,wonderful post,thank you

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