Sunday, September 5, 2010

Finally, a giveaway!!!

I am so sorry that this has taken so long for me to post!!  I really haven't been a slacker.  I am so behind on projects, deadlines and life in general.  I am hoping with school back in session that I can get back to a schedule, (like that will ever happen with teenagers!)  This post will be kind of wordy and long, I have so much to catch you up on!!  First off, we have so many new lines in we are busting at the seams, I am about ready to ask the Karate Studio next door if we can knock out the wall and start adding fabric!!  Second, our "Fall Open House" is this weekend!!  Sept 10th and 11th.  We will have lots of new quilts up and our new class schedule will be out!   So be sure and mark your calenders to attend this fun wild event!!  We will be having door prizes and games galore!!
Now on to the good stuff!!  I will be giving one jelly roll of Tweet Tweet by Keiko for FREE!  To enter all you have to do is  cecome a  follower of our blog ( this is a must we will choose our winner from these!)  tell me what you would make and we will announce the winner on Saturday Sept 11th!!  I might be adding an additonal prize to this so its gonna be good because I was so late!  You actually have 2 chances to win as we are doing this on our facebook page too.  Just go to our page The Material Girls Quilts and become a fan and enter your comment!  Easy Peasy!
So my friends I am back!!  I have so many great things planned for the future and we be sharing all of it with you soon!!
Stay Tuned!
Nadine

176 comments:

Andria said...

I follow through google reader! I'd love to make a baby quilt with this fabric!

Jorie said...

I would make a baby blanket and matching name pillow! I have been a follower for a while now. Thanks for the chance :)

laura said...

I am trying to figure out how to become a member ....would relaly love to win :)

laura said...

I will make a quilt for a dear friend of mine :) craftsnme#aol.com

jrtruba said...

Double checking to make sure I am a follower. lol. I would make stripwork jumpers with the Scientific Seamstress patterns.

Our Happy Home said...

I will make an apron and kitchen hand towels.

kkineman said...

My nick name is TWEET!
I would like to make a quilt to donate to relay for life called "you are my sunshine" quilt for a dying friend of mine.
I would make it strip style in a lap size quilt. I would take 3 strips of each fabric; cut them into 9 1/2 lenghts. sew them in groups of 3. then take one dark color to bottom of each 3 groups. after each group of three is assemble; would take those and stagger them in the quilt where one dark color on top; next has dark color on bottom, alternating them across 7 across and 5 down. add dark border of 1 1/2" then middle border of 2 1/2" then outside border of 2 1/2". I would also on the back of the quilt put in honor of...and date in embroidery.

tong said...

i already follow your blog! i, too, will make a adorable baby quilt with them! thanks for the giveaway!

CaraQuilts said...

I've been a follower for a while!
I'd make another of my wraps which have become the requested gift from family for weddings!

Vickie said...

I'm a follower and of course I will make a quilt. Maybe two!

deserae said...

I am a follower and I would love to win and make a quilt! :)

bubbygigi said...

I follow through my blog: http://bubbygigi.blogspot.com The fabric is so cheerful. I think that my granddaughters would love a quilt made from it.
Gita

Wendy said...

I love your blog and am already a follower ... like you on FB too so will head over there for another chance :) I this is such fun line! I'd love to make either a wallhanging for my studio or a throw with it. Thanks!!

Janet said...

Tweet Tweet is one of my favourites. I am a follower as well.

SheilaC said...

I love that fabric!! One of my favorites :)

I am a follower!!


Thank you!
SheilaC

MoeWest said...

Hard to decide what to make but I love the fabric. I think I would start with a tote.

Laura said...

I would make an adorable dress for my granddaughter. This material is perfect for a patchwork pattern I've been wanting to try. I will also be in Northern Utah about the 23rd--I'll stop by and shop.

Heidi said...

I have 2 new nieces being born in a few months so I have lots of projects I need to get started on and this would help a ton!

Judi said...

I already follow your blog. I just like on facebook. I'm not sure just seeing this fabric what I would make, but LOVE the fabric.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Hey Nadine - I'm a long time follower of your blog.

Anne D said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I am a follower. I would make the lawn quilts at moda bakeshop.

tko said...

I'll make the cute Moda pleated skirt for my little granddaughter!

MJ said...

Oh I love Tweet Tweet!!! I just got a charm pack last week and I have a pattern that uses a charm pack and a jellyroll, this would be perfect!!

Lee Ann said...

I am a follower of this blog and I also follow via Google Reader. I'm thinking I'd make a baby quilt as I have a niece about to have a baby of her own this coming November!

SewLindaAnn said...

Cool!! I'm a follower already. I would make a Pad/Pen Holder, and a matching tote to put it in, and a little clutch to hold the keys and coins.

Lori said...

Adorable! I make high-style infant skirts with contrasting bands of color, and these fabrics would be fantastic!

Tressa said...

I would give it to my girls who are learning how to sew and let them make a little quilt with it.

Brenda said...
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Brenda said...

I am a follower! I would love to create some new Bags!

Thank you! Love it!

Amy @ Creativity Finder said...

I'm a follower. Pretty much everything I make is for my 3 year old, so I'm sure this would be too :)

Forsythe said...

I am a dedicated follower! I would love to make some new camera straps with this darling material.

james and bess said...

i would probably make something for my daughter's room - a lap quilt maybe? great giveaway!!

bess :)

p.s. i'm a follower. :)

Tiffany said...

I follow you! That is cute fabric, I especially like how you arranged the fat quarters around it in the picture so we could see ALL of it!

Karen said...

I am a fairly new follower.

Netta said...

I am a follower. i would make a baby quilt. Great fabric!

Griffith Family said...

I love your giveaways, the fabric is always top notch! This fabric would look great in any of your jelly roll friendly quilt patterns in your store. So I would make a quilt for sure!

Brittany Slesk said...

I love this line! I made a car seat cover out of it, and would love to make a matching blanket for my new baby girl!

bboutique said...

I so love this line!!

andrea said...

I found a great quilt patter recently and this material would look fantastic and fun.

Joanna said...

I would make a new quilt for my 9 year old girl. I am making over her room as a surprise for her birthday and these fabrics would make an awesome new quilt for her new room!

In Awe of Applique said...

I am already a follower of your fabulous blog!

Charming's Mama said...

I'm already a follower. I would love to try out the "Lawn Chair" quilt I saw over at the Happy Zombie.
http://thehappyzombie.com/blog/?p=422

SaRah G. said...

Oh my goodness I'm in LOVE!!!! I would love to make a baby quilt!!! How fun!!! I'm a faithful follower!!

sarah.se21@gmail.com

Leesa Hunter said...

Love these fabrics!! I could make a quilt for my first grand baby coming in April!

leesahunter.47@gmail.com

tHe XouMpHonPhACkDy'S said...

I'm a blog follower!
I would make my first quilt!! I've been anxious to buy stuff to start one but have the hardest time deciding on fabrics. I'm new to this so it would make it so much easier :)

Ricks said...

I would make a quilt and a skirt for my daughter!

Melissa said...

I would probably sit it on the shelf and pet it and love it and be happy because it is so pretty! (And then later, when I get my last kiddo sent to school, I'd make something fabulous out of it!)

Layne Bushell said...

Nadine, the question is what wouldn't I make?! I think a couple of strip skirts for the girlies, handbags to match, a cute table runner...maybe quilt as you go. Of course, I could do a strip quilt too...similar to the one in the shop out of All Star by Riley Blake. Of course, I'd have to alter the sizes of the strips, but boy it would be fun!!!

Starr said...

I follow your blog. I am going to make a disappearing 9 patch quilt with it.

Rulene said...

Love your blog. What great fabric! I hope to win - it would make a great baby quilt for the new grandson on the way.

sucor said...

I already follow your blog! I would love make a baby quilt with them for my granddaughter who is due to arrive later this month! Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway!

Libby said...

I already follow your blog via Google Reader! Would love to make q quilt...have just finished my first and have about 4 other patterns I'd LOVE to make, just need the fabrics :)

Piersonfamily said...

I just love this line of fabric! I love to make baby blankets and quilts. There are endless possiblities.

~plaid said...

I was in your store earlier and bought some fabric for this line for the Buggy Barn quilt I'm doing for my friend whose little girl was just diagnosed with Mitochondrial disorder. http://michelleagnew.blogspot.com/ I bought a yard and loved it so much for what we are working on that I thought of going back to get the rest so we could make shams and valances and whatever we can to make an amazing redo of Maggie's room. I was searching online this morning, looking at the different pieces from the line, like the circles and flowers in cherry and cloud. I hadn't remembered seeing it in your store, so I was going to look when I go back to get more of the pink butterfly fabric. Anyway, what I would do is to do a complete room redo for my friend's little girl. She may not have long to live, as mitochondrial disease is a fatal condition. I have two little ones who died we believe also from mitochondrial disease. They both had their crisis events on September 8th (though 6 years apart). September is a very hard month for me. They flew my kids to PCMC where we were in 2001 and again in 2007 with my little ones on life support on Sept 11th. I would LOVE to win this on Sept 11th to give me more fabrics to work on. I'm doing this project to help my friend, but it helps me stay focused when I get so discouraged and heartbroken about my little ones. If I win I will also make another quilt to donate to PCMC for their Festival of Trees. So if I win, it will help lift my spirits during a really rough time of year for me, help a little girl live each day she has to live, help her family to have a beautiful keepsake and memories when she is gone, help children at PCMC through festival of trees, and I'm sure I could find more ways it would be good. Thanks for offering this giveaway! I know so many people are hoping to win, but I want to at least have a chance, too!

Tylynn said...

I am a follower of you blog. I love to see new blog posts on your blog. You always have darling ideas.
I would make some quilts for christmas gifts with the fabric roll. Love love love it!

Amanda K @ Every Crafty Endeavor said...

I am a follower and if I won, I would make a quilt for my little girl.

~plaid said...

Sorry for my ignorance. I googled jelly roll and see it is strips, and not fat quarters. So I would make a coordinating blanket for Maggie to carry around with her to all her appointments and such that would also match the Buggy Barn quilt we are working on for her. I think a scrappy border on the quilt would be so cute, and this would definitely help us to make that! And I could also do the shams with the strips to match. So I still want to win, even if I'm still learning about the terms. :)

Jenn said...

OOOH. I love this giveaway, thanks. I FOLLOW. Quilts, or I don't know something I'm sure.

Hansen Family said...

I am a follower of your blog! I would love to make a quilt out of this line!

gina said...

I follow your blog with Google Reader. I think I would make a stripwork skirt. So cute!

Hugs,
Gina

Lori said...

A purse and skirts for my daughter and granddaughter

Sarita said...

I want to make a puffy quilt for my new baby girl!
ericandsarita(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Tweet Tweet what a cute name for a line of fabric. We will be having our first grand daughter in October her Daddy is in Iraq serving in the National Guard. I would love to make her a quilt out of this fun fabric.

Sherri said...

Promised my teenage daughter I would make her a quilt--this cute fabric would be just the thing. :)

Martha said...

I LOVE your blog and I am a follower. I am making quilts for my grandchildren..

jilly said...

i follow your blog and love it! i would love to make a quilt from this material and give it to my aunt who is going through cancer right now. it would be a great thing for her to snuggle up with.

Janet said...

quilt

copehome said...

I am a follower! I would make a quilt - I'd have to pick just the right pattern!!

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

So cute been following you for awhile, a lot of good things going on here pretty much all the time!!!!!

julia said...

I'm a follower...I'm glad I could actually "enter" b/c most of the time the gadget won't let me ;o).

What would I do with this adorably cute Tweet Tweet JR?
Well, first I would probably put in a birthday candle - after all, it's a Jelly Roll & my birthday is on Saturday ;o)
Then, after admiring it & a little bit more, I'd make a quilt for one of the babies that will arrive during the next half year (not mine...but those of close friends).
Thanks for sharing,
Julia

Kristi said...

I think I would make a skirt or two for my littel girls or maybe a bag for me :o)...

Mandy said...

I'm a follower. I would make a new tote.

Elizabeth said...

I'm a follower and I would make a quilt for a special baby.

Spooky said...

I'd make a patchwork quilt! Or maybe two baby quilts!

Merete said...

Im a follower from Norway. I dont really know yet what I would make with the JR, but I just love the fabrics :o)

lips said...

The fabic is beautiful. I would make a quilt for a friend who is going through chemo right now.
Thanks for the chance to win!
Colleen
butler83ataoldotcom

Anonymous said...

I'm tempted by quite a few things on the Moda Bake Shop right now. Maybe the lawnchair quilt....I think I'd use the fabric for that....

Kelly O. said...

I would love to use it to make a quilt!--I am a follower :)
and my daughter's name is Nadine!--does that get me an extra entry? :P

Cynthia said...

I would make a cute quilt for my daughter who is getting ready to move into an apartment. My 20 year old.....she is cute too!!

Betty said...

I have become a follower. I like what I see on your blog. I have so many patterns for quilts so I would more than likely make a quilt if I would be the lucky winner. Thanks for the chance to win the great giveaway.

Adam and Sarah said...

I might follow privately, so I'm not sure if you can see me "following" but I do. :) What would I make with the jelly roll? Ah, endless ideas. I'd probably do a quilt for my ltitle girl for Christmas. Thanks!! seli0612#hotmail.com

Gina said...

Follower! I am not too creative, I'd make a quilt with it.

girlsmama said...

I love this new line! I think I'd have to stare at it for a little and see what inspiration strikes!

Trisha said...

Beautiful material! Been a while since I have been able to quilt. With All the kids in school All day ... it's time to get back to it!

Kayli said...

I'm a follower, I would make some baby quilts with it! Thanks for the chance!

Tracey said...

Yes I am a follower! I would make a quilt and be a happy winner!

Cherish said...

I'd like to quilt this jelly roll
In perfect harmony
I'd like to hold it in my arms
And keep it company

I'd like to see the world for once
All quilting hand in hand
And hear them echo through the hills
For peace throughout the land

The Haynie's said...

I am a follower! I would make my granddaughter a quilt for her bed for her 3rd birthday.

Cali Haynie Rutter said...

I am a follower!! I would make a quilt for my Neice!!

johnsoncircus said...

im a follower! love this fabric!!

Erica said...

It would be my first jelly roll quilt (up to now I'm a charm-pack-addict)... and since winter is coming, I'll make me a snuggly little blanket...

Kristi said...

Ooh, ooh, I'm a follower of your great blog and a fan on FB. Hooray for Material Girls! I would love to make a baby quilt and a skirt for my little girl. Eek!

Cassie said...
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Cassie said...

Yay! I've been waiting for this! I'm a follwer here through google reader and a fan on facebook.

I love those fabrics! I would make a quilt for my daughter's new bedroom, a matching pillow, drapes... oh the possibilities! Also I'd have to figure out how to make a stuffed hedgehog or owl. I'm really in to those right now, and I think one out of a printed fabric would be darling!

Claudine said...

Such beautiful colors, I think I would make a baby quilt for my little girl due in November.

Joni said...

I am thinking a baby blanket....oh, this is soooooo cute! I hope I win! Thanks for the chance!

Bailey said...

I'm a follower and if I won it would go to my quilt group. We're going to be making baby quilts each month next year to be donated to Project Linus.

Sherry Hogan said...

I'm a follower
I've never used a jelly roll before and I think I'd make a lawnchair quilt quilt I just saw on Moda Bakeshop.

Char said...

There will be a new baby in the family soon. So I will be making a baby gift if I win.

Gale, Ky quilter said...

I'm already a faithful follower and love your blog!!! I would so make a bag with this BEAUTIFUL fabric - really into sewing bags right now. However, baby quilt would be sweet, too. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

galew417@comcast.net

Nancey said...

I am already a follower. I would make the awesomest quilt of course!

Hifam said...

I follow you with google reader and gfc. I would love to make a baby blanket with this fabric. It looks perfect for that.
hickenfam at hotmail dot com

Jenn said...

I already follow your blog! I LOVE Material Girls!!! This fabric is absolutely fantastic.

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amylouwho said...

I have so many friends having babies right now, I think I'd end up doing some baby quilts!

Annette said...

I'm a follower! I would make a table runner.

The Malan Family said...

I am a follower. I would make a diaper wipes case, a blanket, or other things I can make for the new baby about to come into our home!

Amanda M

The Blakes said...

I follow! I would make something for my lovely girl, a skirt or dress and some fun things for her room! thanks
marthablake3@gmail.com

Kellie said...

If I won I would make myself a quilt. :)

mean sarah jean said...

hmm..i think i too would have to make a quilt, or a stripped dress for my baby girl. oh, and i am a follower!!

Misty.Castagno said...

Would love to make a quilt out of this... I have followed your blog for awhile now and stop in the store often.
Will be stopping in more now that we are expecting in Dec. our first baby boy. Need to get some stuff sewed up for him :)

Marcia said...

I already follow your blog through google reader. I would use the fabric to make a baby quilt for one of the two grandnieces expected to arrive later this year. lease enter me into your giveaway. Alternate email: mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Cassie Marie said...

I would make a cute strip purse with this fabric! it's adorable

luvtoquilt said...

I have been a follower of your blog for quite some time -- I really enjoy it. I would make a quilt for my 7 year old granddaughter -- Tweet Tweet would be perfect!

Jennifer said...

I'm a follower, and a friend on Facebook. Would make a banner for my friend and her two girls. Think it would be a birthday banner.

Sew Much Ado said...

Hmmm, what WOULDN'T I make with this fabric? It's so cute! Of course I'm a follower :).

Vesuviusmama said...

Well, I am already a follower, and I am itching to make another Dresden Plate - perhaps these fabrics would do the trick?

Amy said...

So cute! Thanks for the giveaway! And I am definitely a follower! I have really really been wanting to make a cute dress for my daughter, mixing several fabrics together. This would be awesome in helping me do that!

Margi said...

OK, any blog that has Madonna playing and loves fabric is a must for me to follow. I'm thinking I'd make something from the Moda Bake Shop!

lovetostitch said...

I really need to make a girl baby quilt - so that would be the first thing. Then it's such happy fabric, I would have to do something for moi!!

Thankful~Threads said...

These are happy prints and remind me of my granddaughter...so I would make her a quilt since today is her first day of kindergarten. Pick me! Kathleen

TheQuiltedFrog said...

I'm a follower! I can definitely see a baby quilt with the lighter fabrics and totes with the darker hues! Great, great line of fabric! Thanks! sparker@comcast.net

Grace said...

I just signed up! I think that I would like to make a tote with the fabric. Thank you for the giveaway!

Debbie said...

I would love to win. I am a follower. I would make doll quilts for the granddaughters for Christmas.

Patricia said...

That fabric line would look great for a quilt made for a teenager. This year my Guild is donating all quilts to "Project Pride" which is a transition home for teenagers within the foster system. These teens typically are forgotten about, and a gift from the heart (such as a handmade quilt) means alot to them. Thanks for the chance to win!

Monica said...

I would use the jelly roll to make baby quilts for our twin grandbabies that are on the way!

...now a follower!

RETRO-fabulous said...

MMM...there's a girl's skirt in there, some embellishments and a few quilty cards, too. You've done your part...we'll all be on the lookout for tweet tweet!!
Best Wishes,
Heather
=)

bunnythreads said...

I recently lost my dear dad & I have 2 children & 2 new grandbabies, I am all that is left. so I want to be able to make thinks for these beloveds to remember us.

Stray Stitches said...

I'm a follower. I would love to make a quilt for a very deserving niece!

chocolatechipsworld said...

I love your site but never signed up so I will go & be a follower, do I just click on?
I love to sew quilts & use up scraps. I do not have any fabric store near me so I mostly use what I have on hand or on line.

Mary said...

I am planning on making a quilt for a friend who is going through treatment for breast cancer, and this would be great for it.

heartandthreads said...

love a giveaway...your are the best!!!I love to quilt & applique..but I love to learn.
I feel like I never know what I am doing..there is always something new in fabric & tools & technique...and stitching. I will follow

Merry Made Quilts said...

I think it looks just perfect for a snuggly lap quilt for my birthday!! (Sept. 11) How handy!! And I'm a brand new follower!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I have just become a follower! As to what I would make. I think a quilt from Moda Bakeshop and Amy of Amy's Creative Space called "Lawn Chair Quilts" would be just the thing, unless of course I change my mind. Thanks for the chance to win.

forever&andalways said...

i would make a carseat cover:)

Lori Kay said...

I just became a follower. I would make a quick-pieced quilt - maybe combine the prints with some solids and make nice big modern blocks.

Karen in Tucson said...

I love your blog and finally became a follower today. I love to make strip quilts and have a new pattern with strips inside rectangles to make.

janice said...

It would make a wonderful baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

Jennifer said...

OOh, so cute! I'd love to make a little skirt for my girlie, and a tablerunner, too...if I win it, of course!

Anonymous said...

I love quilting & using strips.

beth said...

I am a follower! - would love to make a quilt to donate to the womensshelter here

Sandy said...

I love this fabric line! I would love to make a quilt with this!=)

Colleen said...

Im not sure. I am renewing my acquaintence with quilting and am currently working on three different quilts! Probably a quilt for me in some pattern I havent yet tried! Im obsessed!

KimB said...

I would love to make a quilt for either my daughter or my friend who is having a baby!

Joan and Kevin said...

I am a follower.
Please enter me in the giveaway.
Jo

Brenda said...

LOVE YOUR BLOG MUSIC "MATERIAL GIRL" , LOVE TO WIN YOUR FABRIC GIVAWAY, WOULD MAKE A QUILT OR TOTES FOR ONE OF MY 8 GRANDKIDS,THANKS BRENDA

lips said...

I am already a follower. What a lovely giveaway!
I want to make my best friend a quilt for her birthday.
Colleen
butler83aoldotcom

Jenice said...

I would make a skirt for my granddaughters!!

Julie S said...

I am a follower of your blog, and a frequent shopper at your store. If I won a jelly roll of Tweet, I would make a quilt. I've seen the pattern under a lot of different names, but trust me, it would be darling in Tweet.

meli B said...

Wonky log cabin. They are so much fun to make. I've been secretly following you for ages but now its official!

Sharon said...

I would of course make a QUILT with the strip roll. I just got a new strip quilts book too. So it was meant to be. Pick me! Pick ME!

Fiesta said...

Thank you for the chance. I became a follower. I would so use these fabrics to make my grandaughter a quilt.

Shellie said...

Love this fabric. I have been eyeing it for those small travel make up bags. So many ideas for this fabric. purses. small quilt for niece....wow

Cassy said...

These are sweet looking fabrics. I think they would make a great baby quilt for my niece who is having her first child in February. Thanks so much for another great thing to do on your page!

Mary said...

Awesome fabrics! I would make a baby quilt and possibly a small totebag to go with it.
Thanks for a chance.

ThatsSewShawna said...

I love love love this fabric! I would make a blanket for my mom. She is always cold and loves bright fun fabrics.

Skeena Designs said...

I am a follower - love your blog! Those fabrics ( heart them ) will be used to make small bags/totes for Christmas presents. Whoo!

Brenda said...

I follow your blog. I would make my baby a blanket. It would be my first try at doing a quilt on my own. I would really love to win this!!!!! :)

By the way...your shop is so fun to visit!!! I'm in love! lol
Brenda
cutefamilyof5 at gmail dot com

barefootT said...

I am a follower,I would make two quilts, one for my grand daughter, and one for a local charity.

Machelle said...

just found you!! I would make a lap quilt for my living room and get rid of the ratty one that is there!

trudys_person said...

I am following your blog in Google Reader. If I won this Jelly Roll, I would make Happy Zombie's Lawn Chair Quilt pattern from Moda Bake Shop. I just fell in love with it. Congratulations on your feature in Quilt Sampler! Thank you for the giveaway!

Steel Scraps said...

I am a new follower, if I win I would make a few table runners or a lap quilt.

soren2go said...

The possibilities are endless. I think I will need to put them up and "speak to me".

madakamom said...

I think I just signed up and became a follower. Please pick me to win!

Jan in TN said...

I just signed up to be a follower. I would probably make a quilt for my little granddaughter.

Joan said...

If Pat recommends it, it must be great and you are!!! I LOVE that fabric and may have to have it whether I win it or not. How cute is that!! So glad I hopped over here.

Becky said...

I purchased the new Jelly Roll book from the shop in England. I've forgotten the title, but it's making two quilts from one jelly roll. That's the projects I would like to do with this jelly roll. Love Lori's new design:)

Erin K said...

I love the colours - I already have a baby quilt in mind :)

jukiejeans said...

The fabric is SO cute! I'd love to make a purse or tote bag with it. Hope I win!!

Cathy M said...

I'm a follower.

gag7949 said...

I am now a follower in Google Reader. Love that fabric and would use it to make a skirt for my 5YO grandaughter.

Nancy Sue said...

I am a follower and I would love to make a table runner with this fabric. Our dinner table is "well-loved" :)
nsue21702 at gmail dot com

Michelle said...

I just signed up to follow, I would probably make a quilt for my DD2!

Annelies said...

Baby on the way....I am thinking the CUTEST burpies and bibs. SEW darn cute!!!!

Laurel Lee Pedersen said...

I'd make skirts for granddaughters!

Jennifer said...

I would make new quilts for my girls or maybe a bag or a few or ...
I love folowing your blog, it's so fun to see all the cool new ideas and material you showcase.