31 August 2015

Dinkydoo Fabrics GIVEAWAY!

Welcoming Sew Fresh Quilts' newest sponsor... Dinkydoo Fabrics!


Dinkydoo Fabrics is a new online fabric shop and based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Alicia and her husband carry lots of pre-cuts, so all of you layer cake and jelly roll lovers will be happy, happy, happy! Featuring Moda, Cotton + Steel and much more!

Did I happen to mention... They offer $5 flat rate shipping.... For Canada and the USA?
And that you get 15% off your first order by signing up to their Newsletter?

I went browsing in their shop and look at what I found!
Bundles....

Precuts....

And look here....
Scrumptious solids! By. The. BOLT.


You can find Dinkydoo Fabrics on all your fave social media sites
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And be sure to follow their blog here!


You don't want to miss a thing!



Alicia has offered this gorgeous Moda Canyon Layer Cake for the giveaway prize.
Yum-m-m-O!



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Winner will be randomly chosen on September 7th and notified by email.
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MC said...

I've never used a layer cake before, so I'd possibly try a fun HST or hourglass block arrangement.

SarahZ said...

Okay! There is an awesome layer cake quilt pattern by Julie Hirt on the Moda Bake Shop just this week or so...can't think of the name, but it is super cute...that is what I would make with this layer cake!! I LOVE Kate Spain! I will definitely be checking out DinkyDoo! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :)

SarahZ said...

"Color Weave" is the name of the pattern :)

Pedal Sew Lightly said...

I'd definitely make a quilt.

Anne D said...

I want to make a churn dash quilt and I think this would be perfect.
Love Kate Spain. Thanks for the giveaway.

Béa said...

I have lot of Moda Bake Shop patterns in mind.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I have a few favorite Layercake patterns for quilts I like to use. Thanks for the chance, I really like this collection.

Rachel @ Quiltineering said...

Fun giveaway! I've been wanting to make the Missouri Star Quilt.

Anita said...

I will look into Moda Bakeshop and find a great pattern!

Marta G. (A Bilingual Baby) said...

Great giveaway! I'll have to think about a cool project. Thank you!

linda gillian said...

This looks like a really nice fabric source! Thanks for the intro!

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Anita in Florida said...

Great giveaway. ...... not sure what I would make..?....

Anita in Florida said...

Great giveaway. ...... not sure what I would make..?....

Debbie said...

The Missouri Star Quilt co. has great tutorials with precuts, so I'd probably go look for one of those. Thanks Alicia and Lorna!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I would make a quilt! There's some great patterns on mods bake shop!

minibea12 said...

I would love to use this layer cake in my scrappy quilt!
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

Tawa said...

I would use the layer cake to make a quick quilt top shown on the Fat Quarter shop YT channel. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

Judy Thomas said...

I would use it to make a quilt. Not sure what pattern but it would be lovely :)

Tina Short said...

It would make an easy peasy Linus Quilt...

KathleenD said...

I would use a Canyon LC to make a baby quilt. I think I'd use one of the Jolly Bar patterns from the FQS.

Carin@Ullhärvan said...

No pattern in mind but of course it would turn into a great quilt!

Amanda Best said...

I would like to make a south western style star quilt with this fabric, it is lovely!
My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
Thanks!

KaHolly said...

Not sure of the pattern. I'd have to study all the squares and let them speak to me, but if I was lucky enough to win, I'd make a community quilt.

Carla said...

Thanks for a gorgeous give away!

Michele T said...

I just learned about Dinky Doo this summer and I can't believe the $5 flat rate shipping!!! Holy moly!! If I won this yummy layer cake I would make a quilt, not sure about which pattern but I have a bunch to choose from on my Pinterest boards😉

Marie Chantal Laporte said...

I don't know yet but I sure will find something to do with it😂😉

Heide said...

What gorgeous fabrics. fun giveaway. Off to check out Dinky doo fabrics.
Thanks for the chance.

Debbie -- Sheltered Stitches said...

I've got a bazzillion projects in my head :)

Pauline said...

I might try and make a mystery 9 patch if I was fortunate to win - thanks

Stitchin At Home said...

I have a pattern I designed that I would use.

Danette Collins said...

Oh what a lovely giveaway! There are so many things you can do with a layer cake. I recently made a heap of HST's from a layer cake and your can make amazing quilts with those HST's!! Thanks for the chance!

Podunk Pretties said...

Every year I make a quilt for a Breast cancer patient, this layer cake would be perfect. It has a few pinkish prints along with the healing greens and blues.

Dobieslady1 said...

I would love to make a Dear Jane or Farmer's Wife Sampler with this Fabric. So many quilts, so little fabric and time! This would be such a blessing!
j_dobler@msn.com

Jill said...

I need to create a gender neutral baby quilt....this fabric would be great!

KathyinMN said...

I'm eyeing up a Terry Atkinson pattern...sitting at my computer right now, but I think its called taco something or another. Its perfect for a layer cake.

Sherry VF said...

It would definitely end up in a quilt. I usually ten toward scrappy lap quilts but I've also been wanting a picnic quilt. Thank you. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

sam said...

It would be part of a quilt using one of Jenny doan's tutorials.

Faye Gareau said...

I'd make a quilt. Maybe piece of cake 2 or Moda Love since I've been wanting to make both of those for a while. Flat rate shipping for $5 is fantastic! Thanks Dinkydoo & Lorna for a chance to win!

Kaynik said...

I made a quilt with a layer cake last year. Do you think I can remember the name of the pattern? Of course not LOL. It is made with four patches and pin wheels.
I can't wait to check out Dinkydoo fabrics.

ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

Pine Point Cathy said...

Something to let those beautiful fabrics shine through - but quick too! Perhaps Charm Pack Cherry from Fat Quarter Shop? Thanks for the chance! basaran.family@rogers.com

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

no pattern in mind but it would go into a quilt for sure because that is about all make - thanks for the chance.

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Jeanne Bishop said...

I don't think I've ever had a Layer Cake so I'd have to find a pattern. It looks wonderful!

Subee said...

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Subee said...

I am making a petal quilt for my granddaughter and see many of the prints I would use in it in this precut.

Nancy Lewis said...

I would make a quilt with this. In fact, I just saw a tutorial this morning for a diamond quilt using layer cakes!!

Sharon Tucker said...

Not sure what I would make but that layer cake is scrumptious!! stucker1261@gmail.com

Claudia said...

I've loved all of the pictures I've seen of Canyon. Can't wait to see it in person. It would make a lovely picnic quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

Betsy said...

Great fabric. I'd make a lap quilt.

Rhona45 said...

I would make a quilt and the pattern would be one of cluck cluck sews patterns, thanks for the giveway! rhona45@hotmail.com

Vicki in MN said...

I have been wanting to do more with hexie's so maybe this would be great for that!

Rosa said...

Gorgeous fabric.I`d love to make a lap quilt!

PegP said...

Possibly I would make a disappearing four patch with it - love this new line!

Susan K from Canada said...

I think this fabric would make a fun picnic blanket!

Susan said...

I would probably use it in a quilt, but don't have a particular pattern in mind. senstrings (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Rosemary B❤️ said...

I subscribe to your blog, and enjoy reading it.
I think it is google or something.

Rosemary B❤️ said...

If I won this very pretty stack of fabric (it is currently on my wish list)
I would make a trellis quilt that Rachel at Stitched in Color made.
It would be smaller scale but I would just make a zillion blocks

Susan L. said...

I have quite a few layer cake patterns saved, so I would make a quilt.

Kath said...

Kate Spain is one of my favorite designers! I want to make a queen sized quilt for my bed with Canyon - it just looks so soft and dreamy.
ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

Deonn said...

Fun! I've never heard of Dinkydoo - thanks for introducing us! I'd definitely make another "Carpenter's Wife" quilt! 1 layer cake + 2 yards of background, a couple of borders and it's a king size! I love getting your emails to see what's new at Sew Fresh!

Liz Saum said...

I would make a disappearing nine patch. Love your blog - and your quilts!

Needled Mom said...

There are so many great patterns for layer cakes on the Moda Bake Shop and Missouri Star site. I'd have fun picking one to make.

Valerie Pate said...

I would make the "under the stars" pattern from the Missouri star quilt company.

Chiska said...

I think it would be perfect for a farm animal quilt that has been percolating in my mind for my girlie girl.

Colette said...

Thank you for the chance to win, I'd use the layer cake in a quilting project.

Nancy said...

I'd make a BIG block 9-patch

Lori said...

I have not used a precut before, but would love to. Hmmmm, don't know right now what I would do with it. But thanks for a chance to try.
quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

Saracre8 said...

I like to have the fabric in my hands and really think about how the fabric would work best in a pattern. I love all the colours in this new line and I'm sure I could be inspired!

Jennifer said...

Most likely a quilt. The Color Weave pattern at Moda Bake Shop recently caught my eye.
Thanks for the chance, love this fabric!

Cheryl Moyer said...

Great giveaway I love canyon!!!

SkookumMoose said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE Dinkydoo Fabric! Their customer service is fantastic! This Canyon Layer Cake would be perfect for a new quilted throw at my house!

Linda said...

I've never used a layer cake but have just started quilting! Thank you for the most reasonable shipping charges on-line as well as the great selection of fabrics!

Linda said...

I've never used a layer cake but have just started quilting! Thank you for the most reasonable shipping charges on-line as well as the great selection of fabrics!

Linda said...

I've never used a layer cake but have just started quilting! Thank you for the most reasonable shipping charges on-line as well as the great selection of fabrics!

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I have a few layer cake patterns waiting to be tried out! Thanks for the chance to win!

Quilter Kathy said...

I am collecting fabrics to make Bonnie Hunter's next scrappy mystery... this would make a great addition!
Thanks for the generous giveaway... and love the flat rate shipping charges in Canada :)

Cathy said...

I really would love to use it to make another Delectable Flowers quilt. Those fabrics would be beautiful in it! Thanks for the chance.

MoeWest said...

I would have to think about which pattern to pick but I have lots of them saved for future use!

rrjane011749 said...

Love this LC, no pattern yet--gotta have the fabric in my hands first!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would like to try making a string quilt with this canyon layer cake.

cjmont said...

gorgeous fabrics and incredibly affordable shipping! i would make jump rings quilt with this layer cake. thanks for the giveaway.

eva said...

So sweet! and what a great new shop :) Love to see Canadian online shops! Some of these fabrics would be fun in the Dog Gone Cute quilt

Karen said...

I would make a modern style baby quilt. unsure of pattern at present. prycek@mymts.net

Kathy said...

great fabrics - I love using precuts - I follow you via Facebook and email

Beth said...

I would make a double slice quilt for my guest bedroom.

Dawn said...

I would make a handbag. I have never used a Layer Cake, but I would love to have the opportunity. Have a great day!

Judy Johnson said...

Love these fabrics. I would make a quilt - not sure what design -but I know I'd love these upbeat fabrics in a quilt.

Debbie said...

Love this collection - been thinking about doing a fan quilt next, this would be great!

Nettie said...

I would sew up a beautiful summer quilt with this gorgeous layer cake! The colors and florals are stunning. I need a new coverup for my guest bedroom.
Thanks so much! nettiecrain@live.com

Andrea York said...

I'd try the new Color Weave quilt on the Moda Bake Shop!-this is a lovely collection. Can't go wrong with Kate Spain fabrics!

Jowyn Jenson said...

There;s a great pattern in the Moda Bakeshop using Canyon fabric, called Sunburst Quilt: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2015/07/sunburst-quilt.html

I'd like to make something similar if I won.

Dolores said...

I would use it for one of the quilt alongs that are beginning in Sept. Great price for shipping!

Laura said...

Oh, my, how to use these lovely fabrics. Need to think about it for awhile. Layer cakes are a fun size to use. Would be a quilt though. Love your blog, Lorna.

What Comes Next? said...

How generous! I've got an idea fir a new quilt that would be perfect for this later cake!

Denise Mitchell said...

I know I would make a quilt ...maybe a disappearing 9 patch.

Denise Mitchell said...

Yes, I follow.

Mrs Quinn said...

Hmmm... definitely a quilt. Maybe make a snippets quilt. Lots of layer cake patterns out there so choosing one is tricky.

Deal.licious Real Food Debby said...

This would be fun for a quilted tote bag!

I follow through blog lovin as debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

Brenda M said...

Welcome DinkyDoo, I look forward to shopping with you.

MaryBeth Little said...

I'm thinking this would make a really cute doggy quilt

Daytona Damsel said...

You find so many fab shops to shop online. I would have to have the fabric in hand to be able to let it speak to me what pattern, but it would defintly be a quilt.

Quilting Tangent said...

Make a disappearing 9 patch quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

JANET said...

I want to make the Dog Gone quilt. It is so cute!

Lynne Tilley said...

I'm sure I'd put it into a quilt, but I have no pattern in mind. I've never worked with a layer cake before, so this would be a bonus for me :)

Rosyquilter said...

I have been collecting layer cake patterns for awhile and have lots of inspiration now for making a fun quilt using the 10" squares.

Joy said...

If I were to win this precut, I would head straight to the moda website and browse their patterns. I know I'd find the perfect project there. The only precut I've tried is the jelly roll. It was a quick and easy way for me to decide if I liked quilting or not. (And I'm still quilting 4 years later!)

Ioleen said...

Love layer cakes. This looks like a nice one to take to the retreat in November,

Renee said...

I've never gotten a layer cake...If I won I'd look into fun quilt patterns utilizing a layer cake.

Tu-Na Quilts said...

I've never used a layer cake before since I usually buy yardage but I want to make a pinwheel quilt. And this size would be perfect. Karen kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

Donna W said...

Love layer cakes and I would use this to make a quilt.

Shena said...

I love this line! I bought a charm pack of it recently at a local quilt show, and my daughter loved it so with a layer cake I'd probably make her a quilt. :)

Cecilia said...

I would use it to make a quilt. I have several patterns using a layer cake. Thanks!

Patty D from NC said...

I'd likely make a jewel box quilt with those beautiful fabrics.

Nita said...

Oh, a quilt definitely!

Pam said...

I love finding a brand new sewing/quilting blog!! Thanks to Dinkydoo and you! I would use the layer cake to make this new pattern I found that has an Apache Wedding Prayer with it. I love the pattern! Thank you for the chance to win.

TheEclecticAbuela said...

I would combine it with a neutral to make an Ohio Star.
the eclecticabuela@gmail.com

Linda Fleming said...

I'd like to make a Dresden Plate quilt with these wonderful fabrics!

Dorothy H said...

I have never purchased a layer cake. I would love to try it tho. My next project is a Northern star quilt. Any new fabric to add would be Super!!

Vicki H said...

I don't have a pattern in mind but would use this in a quilt for my neice.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I love using layer cakes. I think I would try the Great Granny pattern or maybe a Pow Wow quilt.

Lisa Marie said...

I recently used a pattern from Jo's Country Junction called Meet in the Middle (available on Moda Bake Shop). It is great for layer cakes and I loved the pattern, so I would probably use that should I be lucky enough to win the layer cake. Thanks for the chance!

MtnJudy said...

Lovely. I enjoying using pre-cuts and supplement them with yardage.

Anita said...

I would make a Moda Love quilt with this. I love layer cakes and I love Dinky Doo Fabrics. They are an awesome shop!

Terry said...

I'd make a tumbler pattern lap quilt with the layer cake. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :o)
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

lindawwww said...

I'd make a table topper using a log cabin pattern.

lin.web.28@gmail.com

Z Any Mouse said...

Such a pretty layer cake! I have a collection of layer cake friendly patterns that I would love to try this out on, perhaps one by Heather Mulder Peterson?

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Really not sure.....maybe a lap quilt or pillow.

Becky S. said...

Pretty fabric! I would make a quilt with the Hello March pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew or Tea Party by Lella Boutique. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

Claire Sutherland said...

I would make a quilted zipper pouch to take with me on holiday at the end of the month to Florida.
Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge said...

I don't have a pattern in mind yet... one wouldn't want to put the horse before the cart! :) Thanks for the opportunity for a giveaway!

Cut&Alter said...

No pattern in mind but as I have never used a layer cake, or any pre-cuts for that matter, I would quickly and willingly whip it up into something!! Thanks for the chance of being in the giveaway.

William G said...

My wife makes all sorts of things from wool, felt and materials, and can't walk past a dump basket of offcuts in a fabric shop! So this would get added to her stash!

Melissa said...

Oh boy, Moda is my fav! Hope I win! :)

Jacklynn Grimm said...

I would make the layer cake version of the Moda Love pattern, this fabric would make a beautiful quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win!!! jacklynnsteven@netzero.com

Kathy said...

I have a lot of mini quilt patterns I've been wanting to make. This layer cake would be perfect!
Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Allison CB said...

I love to use layer cakes in a crazy log cabin quilt pattern that I have! Works extremely well, no waste and the results are gorgeous!

Allison CB said...

I love to use layer cakes in a crazy log cabin quilt pattern that I have! Works extremely well, no waste and the results are gorgeous!

Cherise Towrr said...

I'm sure I would make a quilt. I'd look at Missouri Star quilt co's YouTube channel for a pattern.

Jo said...

No pattern in mind, but that's how I buy most of my fabrics! Buy first, pattern decide later! I have been thinking of a great granny quilt, so maybe I could do that.

Julia D @ Jada's Quilting Adventures said...

I don't have a pattern in mind but definitely a quilt would be made :) Thanks for the chance at the giveaway :)

Carla Shiver said...

I would make a windmill wall quilt.

Unknown said...

I would use it to make a queen sized quilt for the new queen sized bed in our guest room. I don't have a pattern in mind yet, but we definitely need some bigger quilts for that bed. All our quilts are older and fit a double sized bed. So when we have guests we use two of those quilts and overlap them in the middle. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Unknown said...

I follow you by email. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Susan Clakson said...

No pattern in mind but with such beautiful fabric I know I would create something nice.
susan4cats@gmail.com

Linda said...

THANK YOU for sharing a beautiful giveaway! Yes, I'd make my teenager a quilt . . maybe a Modern Twist one! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

OhioLori said...

What a great fabric "cake"!!! :) Would make a layer Cake quilt I have saved, from Missouri Star Quilt Co. months ago! This Layer Cake would make a Beautiful one....and with Christmas coming ...will be a Special gift for a certain Daughter (shhhh.....lol) Thanks so much for chance to win! :)

Quilt Monkey said...

It looks like it would fit in with my Farm Girl Vintage sew along color pallet! Thanks for having the giveaway!

Quilt Monkey said...

It looks like it would fit in with my Farm Girl Vintage sew along color pallet! Thanks for having the giveaway!

Quilty said...

I would love to use these great fabrics for making a beautiful quilt!

Sewgirl said...

No particular pattern in mind. I have several books that use precuts, so would probably find a pattern from one of them!

Frederique said...

I would make a pinwheel table runner

Anne said...

I want to make one of the quilts in the book Angles with Ease. I am going to give the quilt to my cousin who's hubby is on Hospice.

Ginny Worden said...

Perhaps make Confetti Cake quilt by the Patternn Basket.

Marmalade said...

I have ordered from dinkydoo and she is fabulous! Amazing customer service. I have this tendency to buy precuts and then they just sit on my sewing table, inspiring me, looking pretty (like art!). Occasionally, I decide to make something with them, after carefully planning out how to maximize every little bit of fabric

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Love the reasonable shipping. Thanks for sharing the information. I've never used a layer cake before. I'd have to go searching for a great pattern to use.

D Johnson said...

I would love to make a quilt. I don't have a pattern yet.

Kirsten said...

I would love to make a quilt with the layer cake and make some large drunkards path blocks - thanks for the chance to win!

greeneggs said...

I Would make a kaleidoscope quilt, I think. Thanks for the giveaway!

Susan Paxton said...

I have lots of layer cake patterns and really would love to make one of them. I have been thinking maybe I need to cut up some of my stash. It would be more fun to win this and make one from it. Thanks for the giveaway...

barbara woods said...

i have the perfect pattern for a quilt

Sewmom18 said...

I would make some tote bags or look for a quilt pattern.

Lee said...

This would make some lovely cushions for my daughter! thanks!

Janie said...

I would make a lap quilt. Thank you for the inspiration, and the giveaway.

Diane Beavers said...

This is the first I've seen "Canyon" by Kate Spain and it's too gorgeous to cut into. So I'd take the easy road and make a wall covering (stitch those 10" squares side by side til my sewing room wall is covered). I'd feel like I wear sitting and breathing in a beautiful garden. Thank you Lorna and Alicia and hubby.
bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Carol said...

Maybe Moda's Mountain Blossoms quilt - http://www.modabakeshop.com/2015/07/mountain-blossoms-quilt.html - easy, but I think good for these fabrics!

SewDoUQuilt said...

Add a background fabric to it and that's a nice size quilt. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

Ilana Joffe said...

I'm not sure but I'd figure something out.
hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

Dody said...

I would use them in a denim cathedral quilt.

LindaS said...

I am note sure which pattern I would use, however, I am sure I have one in my binder that would be perfect! Thanks for the chance!
dragonfly9716 at yahoo dot com

Kathy E. said...

I don't have a pattern in mind, but I know I'd add this layer cake to several other small designer pieces I've got to make an improv quilt. I'd use a variety of modern quilt patterns to make it interesting!

scottylover said...

I have seen several pattern recently that call for a layer cake that I would love to try. I would have to search for them again, though, because I didn't save them! (shame shame!)

Sandy A

Karen @runsewfun said...

I'm new to layer cakes so I will have to do some fun research for a pattern. The first quilt on the Moda website, Color Weave, looks pretty sweet!

Sarah said...

I would incorporate it into a scrap spinning star quilt that I'm planning right now. sarah@forrusia.org

Alice Ronne said...

Not sure what I would do but it's cute fabric!

SewPsyched! said...

I ADORE Bonnie And Camille! I would make one of the quilts from one of the new blocks from this years' new quilt bloggers blog hop/fabri quilt hop... I haven't seen them all yet, as they're still popping up for a coupla days more, but an open medallion or modern metro type quilt would be stunning!

apple blossom said...

No I don't have any pattern in mind, but looks like a lovely giveaway thanks

StanleyBeagle said...

I'd make a mini quilt. I don't have a specific pattern in mind, maybe a sampler

GrammaJ said...

Maybe a table runner or small tablecloth or ...............

PK Sews said...

I would cut it into charm squares and make a quilt with a diagonal lattice. Thanks for the fun!

judi said...

I would use it to make a fun patchwork dress for my 3 yr. old

KaliaContiki said...

I'm thinking one of the free Moda Bakeshop patterns, but I don't know which one. Free fabric + free pattern = exactly what I need as I'm looking for a new job!

Linda B said...

Don't have a pattern in mind....would have to see the fabric all together....but it would definitely be a quilt tho.....

~Jessica said...

I don't often use patterns, just cut it up and put it back together. Digging the new store!

GranChris said...

I really don't know what pattern till I stare at the fabric for awhile. Maybe a D9P.

Jak and Will by Stephanie said...

I love the color combination of that Canyon, it would be perfect for my latest project. Thanks for the giveaway!

Wendy said...

I'm never suure what im going to make until i have my hands on the fabric!

Erin McSweeney said...

I THINK IT WOULD MAKE A BEAUTIFUL BABY QUILT BUT NO PATTERN COMES TO MIND...WOULD HAVE TO GO THROUGH MY PINTEREST BOARDS FOR SURE

ERIN2470@HOTMAIL.COM

inchworming said...

I'd love to win! Not sure what pattern I'd use it for, but it sure is pretty!

Mary Ann said...

My kids are going to be moving into bunk beds and a shared room this year. This would be perfect for a quilt for my daughter to ease the transition

Tonia Conner said...

The cobblestone would be the perfect baby quilt pattern for this fabric and the rest of fabric would go for Tilda clothing. Thanks for introducing this fabric shop and their giveaway.

Karen's Kreations said...

I would make a chevron throw!

June Garner said...

A quilt is what I would make.
Renragjdatgmaildotcom

Shauna said...

I recently saw a quilt that cut the layer cake into three strips and then swapped out the middle pieces. I can't remember the title of it, but it would be perfect for this layer cake

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Beautiful fabrics! I would make a lap quilt out of them! Thanks!

Lorinda said...

I might just have to stare at it for a while to decide, but I think a giant patchwork or a flagstone pattern would really show off the pretty florals in this fabric line. Thanks for the chance to win.

Patricia said...

If I win, which I hope I do, not sure what I would make. The colors are so pretty!
patsystitch@gvtc.com

delaineelliott said...

I would definitely make a pretty new table runner with it. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

GO STARS! said...

The Stacks of Stars quilt on the Moda Bakeshop website looks like a fun one - I love star quilts

Sandra said...

With that beautiful fabric I would have to make at least 1 quilt!

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