Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Blog Tour



Are we already in May?? How is that possible?? It seems like only a few weeks ago, I was dreaming up my House on a Hill block.  I have wanted to do a house block for a long time, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to create a traditional house block with little accents.




My original block uses a mix of Warm Memories and Seasonal Little Gatherings. I made up a charming little house with a framed doorway, fun baseboards, and little windows along the top. I chose saturated prints for the house and light prints for the windows to create the sentiment of light and life inside the house. Definitely a sentiment I pulled from my own family!

When Quiltmaker contacted me to let me know they picked my block I was so excited.




I wanted to use this block in something other than a quilt for my house. My Friendly Neighbors Table Topper, that is shown in the Designer Gallery, uses four House on a Hill blocks plus a simple patchwork center.




I love the star in a star effect, which was an unintentional but wonderful thing – don’t you love it when that happens? The octagonal shape makes it perfect for a circular table; I can’t wait to use it this autumn!

Thanks to Quiltmaker for selecting my block to be in 100 Blocks Volume 5! Give us a shout if you make the block or table topper too! We have made the pattern free for you here. Just click, save and enjoy!

And now, what is a blog tour without a giveaway!? We will be giving away 5 copies of the 100 Blocks Volume 5 Magazine. All you have to do to enter in the Rafflecopter below telling me which Coming Soon collection you would make my block with.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

244 comments:

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Carol said...

I can never figure out how to leave a comment on that Rafflecopter. I wanted to say that I would make the cute house block with Freedom Rings by Paula Barnes.

Debbie said...

Not your ordinary boring house block! I love the colors in the Alexis Winter Garden fabric collection.

~Kelie~ said...

Any of the fabrics that are coming soon would look great! It's too hard to choose!! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Karrie S said...

Congrats! I love your block! Thanks for the chance to win :)

Karrie S said...

Sorry-I got ahead of myself. I love the animal parade. I think it would look really cool as a house.

Jenelle said...

I would love to make this in Alpine Wonderland for a Christmas themed project. Chicopee would also make a wonderful block, maybe centered in a quilt. There are lots of possibilities!

Anonymous said...

"About The Town" seems appropriate to me, thanks.
toni-anne:)
grace(at)amnet(dot)net(dot)au

SewCal Gal said...

Congratulations on having a block in Quiltmaker's 100. Beautiful block and I love your table topper. Thanks for the pattern.

I'm thinking "Fall Festival Yardage
Hoffman Fabrics" would be a fun new collection for this table topper, but then a cute Christmas collection could also be fun too.
Maybe I should make both?

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Janet said...

I think the Croquette collection would make a bright and funky house.

Teresa F. said...

Love your house block. I think I'd use Best Wishes.

Debra said...

As we lead up to celebrating Christmas in July here in the southern hemisphere I imagine a beautiful snow capped quilt. Alpine Wonderland would be sensational.
Congrats for making the book !

everinprogress said...

I would use cosmopolitan, I think it would make an interesting block.

Debra Lee said...

Lucy's Crab Shack!

Martina said...

I think I would love to try it with birds&berries!

Beth said...

I love your table topper! I think I'd make it in Alpine Wonderland for a Christmas-y decoration.

It would make a nice baby quilt, too, don't you think?

Jess said...

I would love to make it with Jenean Morrison's grand hotel fabric.

Sunnybec said...

Oh I want to make that table topper! I would make it with Cheerful Christmastime.

christineschoon said...

I'd love using Camilla Collection by Anna Griffin!

Gunilla said...

Sorry, I couldn't write a comment on rafflecopter, but I would make the sweet block in Sweetwaters' coming line mama said sew! Thanks for the giveaway!

Bronwyn Beazley said...

I'd love to see this block in 'Homeschool'.

A quick question - the block on the cover seems to be smaller than the block you used in your table topper. Did you alter it? Either way, it looks great. :)

Deb said...

I love the table topper! I'd use Alpine Wonderland for a great winter topper for my table.

Michelle Hudak said...

I'd use Boo Crew...I'd make it just for my favorite holiday, Halloween.

niveas said...
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niveas said...

I'd like to use some Bella Fabrics from Lotta Jansdotter!

Debbie B Sam said...

Congrats :)

I say Cosmopolitan, a gray house with some lime greens?? YUMMY!

Susan said...

I'd love to have some of the Sentiments collection! It is great!

chiliquilter.com said...

I think they would all look great...

Lisa Marie said...

I would make my house kind of funky with some prints from the Bella collection.

kt said...

I would make the house using either My Hometown or Merry Medley. Thanks for the chance to win!

Becky said...

Thanks for this wonderful table topper pattern! I've already downloaded it and printed it out. At first I thought I'd like to make it in "Best Wishes". The aqua and tan appeal to me, but I discovered "Frank-N-Friends" by Barbara Jones. What a cute house project that would make. Have a fabulous day!

Deborah said...

Oooo. Love this one! I would try one out of Autumn Stonehenge, then another out of All About Coffee. Fun!

Mhairi said...

I love Mill Girls by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Brothers Fabrics.
I think this fabric would look fabulous in your block.

hiyacinth said...

Chicopee!

Nydia Kehnle said...

I would make one with all about coffee.

Ellyn said...

I am thinking alpine wonderland

Donna said...

Rafflecopter wins - I admit defeat. How does one leave a comment?

Sincere Best Wishes Fat Quarter Bundle
Dawn Heese of Linen Closet Designs for Henry Glass Fabrics would have been my choice for this block had I been able to figure Rafflecopter out. Happy quilting!

Melissa said...

I think Alexis's Winter Garden would look lovely with all those bright colors!

AnnieK said...

I would want to use All About Coffee. :-)

Mouster1 said...

Congratulations on your block being published! I would love to see your block in Oaks Harvest House by Buggy Barn. Thanks for having this giveaway.

B Greene said...

I think I would use Chicopee - so many options in that line, but Camp Modern would be really interesting too!!

diane said...

I think the house block would be great using Best Wishes.

drmithome said...

I need something for Christmas, so I choose Blitzen.

Ann said...

KIM, you have 33 PAGES of coming soon, so many beautiful fabrics!!! But if you listen closely, you can hear Valori Wells's Christmas Wrenly is calling my name :-)

quilary said...

I'd have to make a house block with "around the town"

Debbie said...

Love the block a the table topper is beautiful...

Dee said...

loving the Simply Color line, or anything Civil Ward. Love the topper and the block - you rock!

Vicki said...

Best Wishes would be perfect for this block.

LeAnne said...

Earth, Wind & Fire would be great for the house blocks.

Lee Ann L. said...

Blizten? or Holiday Florish 5?

{Yes, I have Christmas on my mind. LOL. }

Gill said...

I'd use Bella!

Mama Spark said...

I would use Chicopee to make your block.

vwlady said...

I'd use Urbanista / Studio E Fabrics. Great contrast with the yellow & black! Congrats on the block!

CARELI said...

Beautiful block. I love All around the town!

CARELI

c_elisa0505@hotmail.com

Helen said...

I love house blocks and your block is very cute. I love the colors you picked--it looks so homey.

Snoodles said...

Congratulations on your block being featured, and thank you for the table topper pattern. :) I think I would try the "Best Wishes" line for a topper.

Dana Gaffney said...

I would use Cara Wilson's Bloggers Choice to make bright sunshiny houses. I think it would be amazing. Thanks.

DebrafromMD said...

I think Phenomenal Fall by Sandy Gervais would make a lovely Autumn block.

Mary said...

There were so many wonderful choices! I think I would use either Merry Medley or Phenomenal Fall.
I don't understand Rafflecopter!

McKenna C. said...

Oh I love it! Very rustic. :)

~McKenna

Patti said...

Lots of fabrics to choose from. But I would like to make it in a halloween fabric - such as Cats, Bats and Bones, by Debbie Mumm and use it on my kitchen table. Thanks for a chance.

McKenna C. said...

I got excited and didn't click the button. :P I would definitely use Abigail. Blue and brown are my favorite colors!

~McKenna

Kathy H said...

I love the table topper that you made with your blocks. Congratulations on being in the magazine.

free indeed said...

Maybe something like Christmas in Kyoto would be pretty for the Holidays. Ainsley is nice too.

Cheryl Gomez said...

i would love a copy!

Sorcha girl said...

I agree with the first Comment writer--I do not understand how to use Rafflecopter.

For your house block, I like the colors of Honest Best Wishes by Dawn Heese, a fat quarter bundle.

Unique table topper, Kimberly!

Jamie said...

I like the color blue and would use Sincere Best Wishes to make this block.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Well I tried to do the rafflecopter thing but I do not see where to leave a comment. Don't have facebook or twitter, so can't go forward. I would love to use the Independence Trail fabric. Hope my comment counted.

Alassel said...

The next line from Lotta Jansdotter, "Bella," of course!

Staci said...

I don't quite understand this rafflecopter thing, so don't know if I actually did it right or not!

Oh well....

I think it would be fun to do this as a Christmas table topper with Blitzen!

Amanda Echler said...

I'de use Tempo Lime! (I couldn't use my facebook with the raffle copter thingy).

The Gad-A-Bout Gal said...

I think I would use fabric from the Abigail collection to make the block.

Di2Quilt said...

Congrats on being featured on the COVER!! The house block is an all time favorite of mine and love your table topper. I would use Basic Grey's Designer Select Fat Quarter Bundle Blitzen Collection to make this project. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mary said...

I love the block. Great idea to make it as a table topper. Good job. Perfect for all seasons!

Donna Joy said...

Thanks for sharing your blog as a round table topper. Just what I need for my able. I like so many of the coming soon fabrics, Coral batik by Hoffman

Anonymous said...

I would use among the stars. Thank you for the chance to win. Mimi mimicol7@yahoo.com

Joyce Carter said...

I would make the table topper using the fabric line All About Coffee. I think it goes well with the kitchen theme. Thanks for the giveaway!

Jennifer said...

Not sure if I did anything on the Rafflecopter or not. I would make your really cute houses out of my stash as I have so much fabric now, I really should be using it up.

Needled Mom said...

I would use the Ainsley line.

Victoria M. said...

I love house blocks. I'd use Phenomenal Fall by Sandy Gervais for Moda for my blocks.

Thanks for your giveaway and the chance to win.

Cathy B said...

Your block is FANTASTIC! I love house blocks. I would use the Fall Festival upcoming collection. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway! The blog tour is great, I am really enjoying it!

Kris said...

I would use My Hometown. It has some great architectural fabrics.

ritainalaska said...

i would use Honest Best Wishes Fat Quarter Bundle by Dawn Heese of Linen Closet Designs for Henry Glass Fabrics to make your cute litlley house block.

ritainalaska said...

sigh ... i do not twitter.

JaneB said...

I'd make my houses from Splendor! Thanks for the chance to win.

Judith said...

Not sure if I figured out the Rafflecopter! Anyway, love your house table topper patten. It will go with my brand new table stand. Congrats to you and your new published block. Thank you for sharing....Judith, Texas

Lynelle said...

I would use Penelope six. Congratulations and thanks for the chance to win.

Kay Ahr said...

I would have to make that topper with the "All About Coffee" collection. Besides my quilting, I love my stash of coffee and coffee beans.

Angela Greenwald said...

I would use Camp Modern

Nancy Angerer said...

I would use the Best Wishes bundle of fat quarters to make this block. I have been wanting to make a quilt using all plaids.

Anonymous said...

Would like to try a Kansas Troubles line or the new Primitive Gatherings line. Thanks for the giveaway.
Carol L

WoolenSails said...

I guess we leave a comment here?
The patterns in Dawn's Best wishes would look really beautiful on the house. I like the mix of blues and browns in that set.

Debbie

thegoose said...

Alpine Wonderland, for sure!
I love the block.

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

I think Heather Bostic's Blogger's Choice would work up well in your block. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway.

Andrea said...

Really like the octagonal setting for the block.

Jennifer Gwyn said...

Heck - messed up trying to leave comment in Rafflecopter. Couldn't figure out where to type and it saved it with nothing entered... Sorry! I think Homeschool would be the perfect choice! Thanks for the chance to win!

Marlene @ KISSed Quilts . com said...

So many to choose from. All Around the Town would work well with the house. I just might try the 10 Rubber Ducks or Alpine Wonderland.

Madeline said...

I like the Around Town line. It has bricks that would look good on the houses

Gwen W said...

I like Ainsley, but Cosmopolitan would make a better house block.

Pippa Parsons said...

dont think rafflecopter is working, I don't usually have a problem. I'd make it with honest best wishes...its a beautiful block

stephmabry said...

I'm loving Lucy's Crab Shack - I'm not sure it would make much sense to have a polka dot house, but I like whimsy, so it works for me! ;)

Purl Buttons said...

I would use some solids and Alpine Wonderland.

Estie said...

Best Wishes for a house...thanks for offering the giveaway.

Estie said...

Best Wishes for a house...thanks for offering the giveaway.

Ali said...

I'd use Scamper by Rebekah Ginda for Birch Fabric when it comes out, and put a fox in the doorway! Thanks for the giveaway.

Diann said...

I would use Chicopee by Denyse Schmidt for Free Spirit Fabrics.

Sallie said...

I'd use All Around the Town. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mom who loves to sew said...

I would pick Alexis' Winter Garden. My daughter, Alexis would also love it. Thanks for the giveaway.

luvdafroggy said...

I think it would look wonderful done in the Coral Rose Batiks.

Terremt said...

I would use All around Town. Thanks for the give away. Always wanted to do a house.

VickiT said...

What a great block and I LOVE it in the table topper. What a great idea.

I think it would look great using Birds & Berries Lauren & Jessi Jung for Moda Fabrics.

Connie said...

What a neat block! I would use Birds & Berrie by Lauren & Jessi Jung!

Connie said...

Congrats on having your neat block picked!

Anonymous said...

Since I love brown and blue, I would choose Abigail Yardage. I would follow the table runner pattern exactly except use blue for the skies. You are so clever. Thank you for such a cute block and a chance for all of us to win such a creative magazine.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Bonnie E said...

Great block! I would use the collection of Ainsley for the block
neat colors.

Carrie P. said...

Love your house and love the table topper even better. Great design.

Carrie P. said...

I would make mine topper with Urbanista.

AJ said...

I think Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi Jung for Moda Fabrics would look great in this block!

Karen said...

I would use Classic Christmas to make your table topper. I've been wanting to do a Christmas quilt and I think this would be lovely.

Cecilia said...

I think I would make a tabble topper out of solids and some 30's prints. I love the way the block looks on it's own and in the table topper. Thanks!

Cecilia said...

I would also love to make the topper out of Lucy's Crab Shack. It would be bright and cheerful.

Sylvie said...

Would love the topper in Sincerest best wishes.

greenduckie13 said...

I'd use Alexis' Winter Garden.

Kd Brown said...

Definitely Abigail by BJ Lantz for Quilting Treasures. I love the colors and your adorable table topper featuring your Seasonal Little Gatherings block. Congratulations! :)

Helen L said...

I'd do it in Serenade by Kate Spain: it even has a wood grain print in blue in it!!

Linda said...

It would be lovely done in Oats Harvest House by Buggy Barn. Wonderful block! Thanks

Glenna said...

I would use the Abigail collection!

teachpany said...

Great block! You picked great fabrics. I also like Harvest House, Fall Festival batiks, and Freedom Rings. Great collections coming!

Robyn said...

I think it would be lovely in Christmas Spirit

Beth said...

Love your table topper! And the star effect is great. I think it'd have to be Birds and Berries for me!

Pat V. said...

I think it would be fun to make using the All About Coffee fabrics -- perfect for a kitchen!

Lee said...

i would like it in Liberty Freedom rings by Marcus Brothers. thanks!

Brenda said...

I think Freedom Rings would be great or if Kansas Troubles has a new line.

The Village Queen said...

Great house block, more interesting than most Ive seen. Id use the All Around Town fabrics, looks like some good options to fussy cut.
I couldnt figure out that robo thing either...

Michele said...

I would use Lucy's Crab Shack by Sweetwater for a summer table topper

Regina said...

I would use Pan Buda's new fabrics Heart of the Prairie. I love them!

kwiltnkats said...

Nice house design. I like the extra windows. I can see it made up in 1930s fabrics. Hoping for a chance to win even though I'm not following directions...

Marcia W. said...

I would try something different and make a mod house (your table quilt is gorgeous - the center block ties it all together perfectly). From your Coming Soon would choose "Bella Fat Quarter Bundle - Lotta Jansdotter for Windham Fabrics"

suz said...

Love the house block and the table topper is adorable - thank you for offering that pattern. However, I'm now in fabric overload after looking thru "What's Coming"! I guess, after eliminating about 10 lines, I'd go with Minick & Simpson's Independence Trail. That would look best with my house.

Kathryn said...

I would use Cara Wilson's Blogger's Choice. Just goes with my recent kitchen redo. Kathie L in Allentown

Quilt Hollow said...

I love house blocks! Immediately ALL ABOUT COFFEE came to mind because of the neighborhood table topper and coffee shared with friends....but then I remembered SCHOOL DAYS...that would be fun for teachers.

Marcia W. said...

I would try something different and make a mod house (your table quilt is gorgeous - the center block ties it all together perfectly). From your Coming Soon would choose "Bella Fat Quarter Bundle - Lotta Jansdotter for Windham Fabrics"

Stephanie said...

The copter thing didn't work for me--but your block did! I already have so much of your fabric I could choose from that, but I like the Alpine collection for a wintry look.

JoyceLM said...

Chicopee would be great for your house block - I love it. Thanks for the chance to win.

Marge in Louisiana said...

I'd use the Alpine collection since it is so hot and humid today. Makes me feel cool.

BizyStitches said...

I would choose "Best Wishes" those are my colors. I love making table toppers too.

Binks said...

I'm trying to patiently wait for Camp Modern by Birch Fabrics to come out. I just LOVE it!

Karen Linton said...

I think I'd use Cosmopolitan from Northcott. Love those colors!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Actually I love the Little Seasonal Gatherings. I have the regular already.

I don't like that Copter thing or proving I'm not a robot.

Laurie Parrack said...

I would make your wonderful house block with the Hallowgraphix II fabric and make a wonderful Halloween table topper.

Julie in WA said...

I think I would use the solids of Pure Elements Spring 2012 to make the table topper. It would look modern and sophisticated, don't you think?

Anonymous said...

I would use Landsdowne Road... I like the table topper a lot! Great pattern.

nancy.holt@verizon.net

Karen Jobe Heck said...

I really love the table topper! Congratulations on making it in the magazine.

Kathy Biggs said...

Cute house block and great table topper. Congratulations on having a block in the new edition of the magazine. I think my choice of the coming soon fabric for this topper would be Honest Best Wishes by Dawn Heese.

bairdmtn said...

Downloaded your tabletopper pattern! Love it! Can'twait ot get my hands on a copy of 100 blocks
1 I have the first 4 and refer to them all the time!

Karen said...

I love the house block and fabrics. Thanks for sharing the table topper pattern.

Karen said...

I would use the All about coffee line for this block.

Sandra said...

I think any fabric group would work for this block. Thanks for the chance to win.

sandyb said...

I am intrigued with the Oats Harvest and I think I would like to try it with this pattern!

Thank you!

sandyb720 at gmail dot com

Angela Nussbaum said...

I would love to make your quilt with Cosmopolitan! That kit is so modern and would make neat houses.

Nancy C. said...

Alpine Wonderland - love the block; love traditional and the table topper is really cute.

Judy W said...

This is a cute block! I would make it out of Sincere Best Wishes fabric bundle. Thanks for the chance to win. Judy

Anonymous said...

Love the Abigail fabric.

Lisa

spazio sinfisi said...

I would say ^Dear Mr. Claus for Moda fabrics^ :)
thank you for the givaway!!

Rachell said...

Sorry, first time using Rafflecoptor, so I didn't get my comment in!
I use your website a lot to browse for fabric and get color ideas.
It is so hard to choose which new colorway I'd used, because you have so many wonderful, cute choices!
I love Stonehenge collections, OctoberFest batiks by Hoffman, Equinox, Hoffman Fall Festival batiks, Stonehenge Stars (for a Patriotic quilt), and Christmas Spirit by Holly Taylor (Christmas house), and Boo Crew or something similar for a Halloween neighborhood!
Thanks for the giveaway and free topper pattern!

KrisD said...

I think Christmas Fun would look beautiful using your block pattern.

robin said...

It would look nice with Christmastime.

hennies.pennies said...

Thank you for the wonderful table topper pattern...I love it! I love the Alpine Wonderland fabric line. So precious! Be blessed, Kathy

Gloria said...

I would use All About Coffee. Like the way it is not just the every day house block

Jeanne said...

I would use Serenade by Kate Spain for the table topper. Also thanks for the pattern and giveaway.

Regina said...

I love the colors in Ainsley -like a late summer garden when all my blues are in blossom.

jmniffer said...

I just can't figure out how to use Rafflecoptor. I would use Phenemonal Fall. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

TADVR said...

Congrats on making the cover, WOO HOO! Have to admit Rafflecopter has also stumped me, but I will prevail. Love the table topper! I need a new one for my "pub" table, will do it w/ the stash that way the houses are all unique.

Diantha said...

I couldn't figure out how to use the Rafflecopter either. I would use the Abigail fabrics. (Love the way the table topper came out!)

SewLindaAnn said...

I would definitely love to use the upcoming Chicopee line from Denyse Schmidt. (sp?) I'm also waiting for Lucy's Crab Shack

jackiero said...

Wouldn't "Funky Fall" by Diane Knott make a super tabletopper?! Love your block!

Kaye M said...

I used to resist making house blocks but once I tried one I loved it! I would like to sew a house block using the Ainsley line by Northcott. I think the prints are gorgeous. tkmattson@hotmail.com

Joanna said...

Honest Best Wishes is my choice for making your beautiful house. I love the block.

Anne said...

I'd choose Freedom Rings by
Paula Barnes for Marcus Brothers Fabrics. I plan to make your table runner!

Brynn said...

Cherry Christmas - let's go Christmas houses!

suesinger said...

I would make the house block using the Alexis Winter Garden fabric collection.

Kate Brown said...

I would use good morning by me & my sisters for the first one. That would be so bright and cheery on the table. Thanks for the pattern!!

See Spot Shop said...

I would make the house block with Birds & Berries by
Lauren & Jessi Jung. I know just the right place for it, too.

Maggie Bee said...

Having recently been on Hawaii, the big island, I would use Ainsley to start creating a tropical wonder house.

Anonymous said...

I love your house block! I would like to make Christmas houses using Christmas Spirit fabrics.
Linda
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

Deanna said...

I usually go scrappy-happy rather than an individual line, but I am also not usually a table runner person, and I would LOVE that tablerunner made out of nearly anything. Charming and fun.

Tamie said...

Id like to try it in Chicopee.

Lisa said...

Independence Trail, I believe would make that table topper very nicely. I hope I win one!

angchappell said...

i gotta make this table topper i have the perfect place for it angchappell@yahoo.com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Eu gosto de V&Co,então usaria a nova coleção dela que é perfeita com sólidos para contrastes.Obrigada e parabéns,você fez o que há de mais perfeito.Ficou lindo.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Cindi said...

I like your block and the fabrics you used. Congrats on being in the 100 block issue! I think it would be great scrappy

RSHudson said...

How about Vintage Modern; thanks for chance to win! (Email: marshudson at comcast dot net)

Dar said...

I love the house tabletopper pattern and it would look great on my round kitchen table. I have trouble finding things that work well with the large size (60"). Thanks for an opportunity to win. Congrats on making the book and cover.

Weedy said...

All about Coffee (I think that is the name), then I would have a coffee house at the beach (your house looked like a beach house on stilts). Can't you smell that warm, coffee smell?

Rhonda D. said...

I would use Chicopee for the house blocks. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Tania said...

I love this table topper. I can imagine it in 'Independence Trail' - lovely!

Judy1522 said...

Great table topper and since I have a round table thanks for the instructions to make it. I would love to make it for Christmas and would use the Christmas Fun fabric by Lynette Anderson for Lecien

Newbie Jen said...

I could figure out how it wanted me to leave a comment either, so here it is here: I like the Penelope Four fabric lines. They are all so cute.

jojo.holland6 said...

It's gotta be Ainsley by Northcott Studio, Love that line!!

Cleo Fitzgerald said...

mmmm I think that the Alpine Wonderland fabric line would look lovely!!

thanks for the chance
Cleo
cleo (AT) techgear .co.za

quiltzyx said...

Hard to pick just one, but Bella is calling my name!

Thanks for the chance!!

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