Monday, July 20, 2015

2015 Summer Book Club: Raspberry Parlour by Sue Daley


Good day everyone! It's time for another 2015 Summer Book Club pick. If you're a fan of English Paper Piecing (EPP), then you will LOVE Sue Daley's book, Raspberry Parlour.

Not only is Raspberry Parlour full of EPP projects, it incorporates needleturn applique and traditional hand piecing methods. Can we just say that Sue's applique and EPP tutorials are some of the best out there. The book also includes Sue's favorite Raspberry pie recipe. 
Parlour Box
Raspberry Tea Quilt
With all of the adorable projects in the book, it was hard for Kimberly to settle on just one, but she chose to make the Raspberry Parlour Block book for her favorite pink notebook. She used Lecien Fabrics' upcoming collection Minny Muu. Cute right? 



If you're just getting into the groove of EPP or would like to try this craft, we created the English Paper Piecing kit (curated by Sue's friend, Jen Kingwell) for you to get started. WARNING: EPP is extremely addicting, so be sure to power up with some caffeine before you start.  
Now for our 2015 BIG BOOK GIVEAWAY! We are giving away a stash of our favorite books and some surprise prizes to one lucky winner. Today, we are doing the contest a bit differently. For a chance to win, here is how to enter...
1. Visit our COMING SOON page and let us know in the comments section of the blog, which fabric collection you would LOVE to use for your next EPP project. 
2. Winner will be announced September 5, 2015

Thank you so much everyone and have a great week! 

189 comments:

Rosemary B❤️ said...

This looks like a terrific book. I would love it!
I have it on my list now
I am greatly looking forward to buying Hazel fabric, and also Hello Darling♥️

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I think it would be fun to make some of these projects with Eliza's Indygo--I love blues!!

Rommy van Houten said...

Woh that's a very nice book.
I like the make a Epp project with Mint Atrium by Joel Dewberry.
Oh that should be very nice!!!

Rosa said...

This book looks fabulous-

It would be fun play with the colorful and bright Dot Dot Dash.

Janie said...

Great book. I would love to do EPP using Little House on the Prairie by Andover Fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway.

JaneT said...

I love the Halloween kit. For some reason or other the minions do not appeal to me at all. Fingers crossed!!! Thank you.

Lisa said...

I would really like to play with 30's Playtime 2015. What a great group of fabrics!

Robin Timms said...

The book looks awesome!! Bloom and Bliss Blue caught my eye!!

Anonymous said...

I would love to do an EPP project using Alice's Scrapbag fabric. This book looks wonderful!

Chris Prager
christine_prager@yahoo.com

Elin said...

I'd love to use Farmhouse by Fig Tree.

Libby said...

I would love to use "Kindred Spirits" by Bunny Hill for an EPP project and the book looks great. What a way to learn EPP. Thanks for the opportunity.


libbyblaha@yahoo.com

Karen said...

I'm looking forward to the Apricot and Persimmon collection. I think it would be lovely for some EPP.

curb scout said...

I have EPP on my to learn list. Thank you so much, now I know exactly what book to get! I would love to use Fig Trees Farmhouse for a EPP first project. : )

Anita said...

I'm torn between the Katy Jones blogger's choice bundle and Tula Pink's coloring book. I may be digging into my birthday money....

momawake said...

30s playtime would be a fun line to use for paper piecing.

Patti said...

I'd like to sew with 30's Playtime Chloe's Closet!

Jane K said...

I would love to use Alice's Scrapbag. Something new to learn. Thanks for the chance

Karen B. said...

Love Alice's Scrapbag!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would like to use Hello Darling Petite in my next EPP project.

Nita M said...

I love the Apricot and Persimmon collection. The 10" stacker would be perfect for my next project.

Theresa Taylor said...

Looking forward to the 30's playtime fabric line for an old fashion grandmothers flower garden in paper piecing.

Regina said...

Oh I need Alice's Scrapbag,and Catherine fabrics for my new project.

Betty T. said...

The book looks enticing...such fun projects!! I would use Sweetwater's First Crush for a modern "lovely" look.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I think Flower Sugar would be great for an EPP project! veeveebug@aol.com

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

I think Atrium or 30s Playtime would be fun to play with.

Sally said...

EPP with Alice's Scrapbag!

~ cheryl said...

This book looks awesome - love paper piecing!! I can't wait to get my hands on Riley Blake's Blackbeard's Pirates to make a new dress for my granddaughter!!

Susan Stanton said...

Love your Coming Soon page. All of the fabrics look so rich and yummy making it sooooo hard to choose! I like the Prairie line by Corey Yoder.
yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

helen said...

Sweetwater first crush is my winner

laurafaith55 said...

looks like a great book - I have never tried EPP -- I need to get that adorable little kit. I also love the new fabric strawberry fields coming out -- that is the fabric I would choose for my EPP project.

Janis said...

I love the muted tones of Alice's Scrapbag. The colors would look great in my home.

Christy M. Miller said...

I plan on using the Jingles fabric collection, I am smitten

Donna Baker said...

looks so fun. I think Basic Mixology would be fun to work with as an EPP project, great brilliant colors and love tone on tone fabrics

LeAnne K said...

I'm waiting for Farmhouse!

Lacey Burns said...

Loving the apricot & persimmon look!

Nancy said...

I think it would be the Chintz Bali Pop. thanks

suesinger said...

I like the bloom and bliss line.

KMSC said...

Alice's Scrapbag would make a wonderful EPP quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!
k.castanette@hotmail.com

V + M said...

I'm afraid this book would add too many projects to my 'to-do' list, but I want it anyway!! I'd love to use Gooseberry by Lella Boutique for some EPP projects!

Debby said...

I really enjoy EPP and this book looks like it has quite a few projects I would like making. Although there are several collections I would love to use for my next paper picked project, my favorite today is Sunflower Song by Kansas Troubles. Thanks for the chane to win.

Vanessa said...

First Crush by Sweetwater, sooooon! :-) Thank You!!!

Barbara said...

Promenade Hazel...would love to have it. It was difficult to make just one pick! Thank you.

Santee Bobbie said...

I choose Basic Mixologie Fat Quarter Bundle,exactly my colors. Thanks for the give a way. Bobbie rjc2cam(at) gmail(dot)om

Cindy said...

So many great new fabrics are coming but I'm most looking forward to Tiger Lily for my next EPP project. Thanks for the giveaway.

Trish said...

I would love to use Gooseberry for my next EPP project!!

Ramona said...

I only got through a couple pages and found too many choices!! Apricot & Persimmon could present an interesting palette. Basic Mixologie would be awesome, and Canyon has some luscious colors. Too many good things!! Thanks for the chance to play along.

Terry said...

I'd have to choose Bloom and Bliss by Nadra Ridgeway. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!!!
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

sunny said...

It's not easy to choose only one! I think I would start with Brenda Riddle's Windermere. Thanks for a chance to win!

ME said...

Oh, that's easy! I'd love to fussy cut some Eden for my next project!!!

Linda said...

HI,Neat giveaway!
I'd select "Hi-De-Ho"!
Thank You! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

The Atrium fabric line really called to me

Gayle Davis said...

I would love to use the Color Daze Prints by Laundry Basket Quilts. I think that the range of color contrast would make a wonderful EPP project. Thank you!

crazy quilter said...

I just love Bloom and Bliss and think it would be the perfect fabric for EPP

Anonymous said...

I would use Flower Sugar for the wonderful looking EPP projects in this book.

pajtr said...

Oh, my! What an inspirational delight!!...
Sue Daley's book, Raspberry Parlour, looks like it's exactly what I need to get seriously deeper into EPP!!
(That Raspberry Tea Quilt is *beautiful*!!)...
... And that EPP Kit by Jen Kingwell looks wonderful! (Well, anything by Jen Kingwell is impressive!!)
I found SO many new and "Coming Soon" fabrics that I want to get my hands on!!... I think first on my list for EPP would be what Kimberly chose: Minny Muu by Lecien!
... But, almost tied with first is L's Modern Basics, also by Lecien! (awesome!!)
Next on my short list, is Tiger Lily by Heather Ross (love!), Lucky by Lotta Jansdotter, and Simply Colorful II by V.&Co. (Wonderful fabrics coming!!)
Thank you for the inspiration and fabric dreams!!
Pat

sue said...

Basic Mixology looks yummy!

sue said...

Basic Mixology looks yummy!

Hildy said...

Totally looking forward to Farmhouse and Hello Darling ... but then who not?

Donna W said...

Look's like a fantastic book. Alice's Scrapbag looks very interesting.

Lisa Marie said...

I think Bloom & Bliss would be cute for hexies.

Audrey said...

My next EPP project is with clamshells and I would love to do it in Basic Mixologie or Hello Darling to give it a modern look. Thank for sharing and for offering this giveaway.

StarSpry said...

This looks like a great book! I would love to use Canyon Yardage by Kate Spain for my next EPP project. Thanks for the chance to win :)

RobinRiley said...

The book is very cute. I am totally a Farmhouse fan.

Bunny Wilson said...

I love Tula Pink's Eden

jeannine said...

Would love to EPP with some Bloom and Bliss! Such pretty colors!

cookie said...

Love the Bohemian Bali because of our Czech Ancestry, Alice's Scrapbag because of the colors, and the Minion collection because my autistic grandson and his two brothers love the Minons. But I think I would love to do an EPP project from the 30's Playtime 2015 Collection.

Maureen said...

I would love to do a epp project with Prairie Flowers. Thanks for the opportunity. mafry46@gmail.com

Ramona said...

I would love to use Farm House by Fig Tree Quilts for an EPP project. This book looks so cool.

bvandyke said...

I would love to do an EPP project with any of the Bloom and Bliss fabric. I am definitely interested in the Raspberry Parlor book for my next EPP project. I need to finish my Patchwork of the Crosses blocks first.

Jeanne L. said...

I'm just starting into EPP and love Sue Daley's new book.
I think American Jane's Bread N Butter would be precious in
EPP so I can't wait until it's available.

BarbCarol said...

Love the book. Granddaughter is doing her new apartment in a beachy theme, so I need to check out Bohemian Bali Pop Hoffman Fabrics.

Sharon said...

What a great book. I would love to do a project with either Audrey or 30's playtime or maybe both.

Kitty Nowack said...

Honestly I want pretty much all of them. I can't wait for my Frivols club packages to start showing up! But I think the thing I'm most excited for is the Minion Mayhem kit because I can't wait to make it and give it to my niece and hear her chirping Minyin Minyin!

Summerafternoon said...

Wow... I really love the Sue Daley quilt featured on your blog!!! I hope you make it into a BOM with the colors/fabric featured or you could use some of the upcoming new fabric lines? Some of my favorite, upcoming collections are Farmhouse by Fig Tree Quilts For Moda Fabrics, Hello Darling by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics, and Vintage Market by Tasha Noel for Riley Blake Designs. Your shop is always the go to shop to find all these beautiful fabrics, just wish my local shop would carry all these fabric collections.

Heide said...

For an EPP I would use the Farmhouse petite print. The flowers are so sweet and if I could fussy cut them just right it would be darling.
Thanks for the chance.
Heide

Marh Jane said...

I think , after much thought, that "Ardently Austen" would make a beautiful Epp project (and I love fhe nofebook cover), s

Jenelle said...

There are really a lot of great collections releasing soon. I'd like to make my next EPP quilt with New Bedford by Denyse Schmidt. She has that "instant heirloom" quality about her fabric designs.

Lu Hare said...

Wow this would be a neat win. I love the 30's Playtime collection by Chloe's Closet for Moda fabrics. Thank you.

Jette said...

Catherine (Andover) is perfect for EPP, the collection provides so many possibilities for fussy cutting.

Leigh K said...

Lavendar Market 2 or Cheddar & Indigo

Elaine K said...

Definitely Bloom and Bliss! :)

Anonymous said...

The Bloom and Bliss caught my eye and stayed there! Love it...
mabay1981 at gmail dot com

Natureluvr57 said...

I love EPP already! I love the Porcelain Blue by Deborah Edwards for Northcott Fabrics because my kitchen is blue. I think a table runner would be great in this fabric combination

Martha C. said...

City Sunrise is the fabric collection I would LOVE to use for my next project. Love the colors! It was a really hard choice as there are some beautiful must have fabrics in your "coming soon" section!

craftygramma said...

Why, Ardently Austen, of course!

BTW, I had to stop looking; My grandsons want Minions, Blackbeard's Pirates,and From the Ground Up; grandgirls 'need' Faraway Forest and anything from Me & My Sister; and I need the Tula Pink coloring book...
PLUS my daughters' names are Catherine and Charlotte!!

What Does This Mean?

Maybe I will spend more time than usual at FQS?

Sharon Decker said...

30's Playtime would make a very cheerful EPP project.

Marie Z. Johansen said...

How could I possibly choose just one favorite or "to get". The list I made through page 8 has 8 - one per page!
If I HAD to choose just one it might be "Cheddar and Indigo" from Penny Rose ....but then again, Fig Tree, French General, Sharon Holland,Blackbird... Too many choices oh my!

Cheddar and Indgo would float my boat though...for awhile anyway !

I love this new EPP book from Sue Daley too..,I finished her "Smitten" quilt so I have room for a new one!

susan said...

30's playtime, love your selection of fabric

Kizzie said...

I would like to use Le Marais by French General or any other fabric by French General.

Abbigail said...

I would like to try the Alice's Scrapbag collection in an EPP project. Beautiful!

Linda Sanders said...

I tkink Slate Atrium by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit would be lovely for EPP. The color combinations would look great.

Afton Warrick said...

I'd use Eden by Tula since it would have such great fussy cutting possibilities.

Terri Lemay said...

I'd use Bright Sun!!

Debbie said...

I love Chloe's Closet! It is so darn cute!

Angelia Lanouette said...

I would love to use Alice's Scrapbag or Miniature Gatherings!

Gemma said...

I´love Alice´s Scrapbag...

Dobieslady1 said...

I would love to try English Paper Piecing! Love the Minny Muu and of course, Canyon by Kate Spain, as well as Apricot & Persimmon!! All the new fabrics are beautiful.

Dot said...

I am keeping a very keen eye on Bloom and Bliss. Oh so gorgeous!

OhioLori said...

Wow...hard picking only one...but think will choose "Prairie Flowers"
(Little House on the Prairie) for my first EPP project! Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way! :)

Melissa said...

I'm looking forward to Atrium by Joel Dewberry!

Rob said...

I really like the Strawberry Fields line.

Sue Moore said...

I would love to put some Minions in an EPP quilt, that would be so much fun!!

Judy said...

30's playtime. I am currently working on a quilt with an antique pattern and these prints compliment it perfectly.

betz2u said...

WOW, what a wonderful looking book. I love the color raspberry. Makes me happy. I think I will choose to use Hello Darling by Bonnie and Camille, but there are others that I have my eye on too. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Got everything crossed that I can cross/

bettyharden at charter dot net

p.stitches said...

I would love to use Mint Atrium.

ileens5 said...

the minion fabric would be wonderful for anything right now.

cathy said...

I would love to use Bloom and bliss for an EPP project but I am also waiting for Alice's Scrap Bag. It's so yummy!

Judy Zoll said...

So many choices--but I think I like Jill's Kindred Spirits best. zollj@bpsnetworks.com

SheilaS said...

Oh my, I am overwhelmed with all the new fabric choices!!! But I think my first choice because I am a traditional or primitive quilter would be Betsy Chutcha........'s Elizas Indigo. I have actually been waiting for that. But I also like Barbara Brackman's new lines Old Cambridge Pike followed by Alice's scrapbag.

Elaine said...

Everything looks great, if I pick just one, it would be Bloom and Bliss. Thanks for the giveaway.

Michele said...

It's so hard to pick one! I just can't! My top two would have to be Bright Sun and Hello Darling for an EPP project :-)

RedBud Stitches, inc. said...

For me it would be either 30s playtime or one of the Bloom and Bliss collections.....they would be just so adorable!

Teresa Stanulis said...

Ardently Austen is what I'd love to use to try EPP!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Pat said...

I can't wait for Gooseberry - I think this would be a perfect line for EPP!

Julie in GA said...

Looks like a fabulous book!
I would love to add the Basic Mixologie collection to my stash.

Barbara McD said...

I would love to see some of these projects in "Catherine" by Jo Morton!

Thanks for awesome giveaway!!

samtaylorcjsmimi said...

I've not done much EPP but would love to try it again with 30's Playtime 2015 - I really think its a great line. Thanks so much for the chance to win :)
Debby E
samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

Jeanne's Dreams said...

Bloom and Bliss, who could resist?! Looking forward to learning EPP. Excited about the giveaway. Thx

Anita said...

What a great book. 30's Playtime would be my choice

acdiller@verizon.net

Jeanne's Dreams said...

Bloom and Bliss, who could resist?! Looking forward to learning EPP. Excited about the giveaway. Thx

Mikki Lawrence said...

I'm a big Fig Tree fan, and I would love to add "Farmhouse" to my stash.

Afquilt said...

I would love to use Farmhouse!

DutchQuilter said...

I would use the Apricot & Persimmon from Riley Blake for this book.

kay said...

Stonehenge Gradations! Also, Modern Background (both Ink and Paper) from Zen Chic! Can't wait until they're available!!

nan_c said...

I would love the Bloom and Bliss Fabrics!

Anita Gambrell said...

I would love to use http://www.fatquartershop.com/ardently-austen-fat-quarter-bundle for my next EPP PROJECT! The colors would be beautiful!

Janet said...

I would love to use Polka dots and Paisleys for an EPP project. It just looks yummy! Sue's book looks lovely and I adore raspberry pie :0)

Melanie said...

I can't wait for Gooseberry!!!

Cory said...

I would love to use the artisan line in my next EPP project. Thank you for the chance to win. Take care and God bless, Cory

Cherie22 said...

Kate Spain Canyon. I would love to make Smitten as my new EPP project.

Karen said...

Windermere is the one I would use!

Chrystal Eckman said...

The book looks awesome. I can't wait for Alice's Scrapbag and mixology

Thank you

Donna~~ said...

I'd love to have the new Flower Sugar prints--always fun!

Ava Troxler said...

I would love to use Dot Dot Dash because it make me smile. Anything with that would be a happy piece.

Christine M said...

I would love to use Bloom and Bliss. It is gorgeous. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Kay said...

I really like the Apricot and Persimmon range. x

Olga Visser-Dārziņa said...

"Catherine" by Jo Morton & "Chaddar and Indigo" by Penny Rose Studi will be perfect in one of EPP works.

Lauren Block said...

Basic Mixologie! Would be great for some Hexie projects! Love it!

Mary W Quilts said...

All Bundled Up by Debbie Mumm would be adorable for EPP!

Granny Maud's Girl said...

There are too many to choose from! I am in a girly EPP mood, so maybe Gooseberry by Lella Boutique or Lecien's Flower Sugar.

Sue Bucklew said...

Gooseberry or Hello Darling would be my top choices for an EPP project!

Suzette said...

So hard to choose, but I think I have to say Farmhouse by Fig Tree.

Rhona45 said...

I really want this book and the raspberry parlor fabric lol, I would also use the cheddar and indigo for a epp project.

Sherry B. said...

Oh do we just have to choose one??? I love the colors and patterns of Lavender Market 2, and the same goes for Hello Darling. The fresh colors are so attractive and make you want to start sewing. Awesome!

Linda Cejnar said...

I think Audrey by Color Principle for Henry Glass Fabrics has lots of potential for fussy cutting swirls and flourishes. And since it's coming out in August, I wouldn't have to wait too long! ljbisme at msn dot com

debbie said...

I would use the 30's playtime. Love the book.

Rebecca said...

I want to go back and play in the 30's!

Diane said...

I would love to play with April Rosenthal's new fabric line- Meadowbloom. I recently started my first EPP project...and I'm already planning the next! Very addicting!

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

Well that's easy!!! Hazel, Story, and New Bedfors are all on my to-get list!

Miss Nancy said...

Love EPP! Would love to see the book! Thank you for the great giveaway!
I three choices: 1) Bloom and Bliss
2) Mini Muu
3) Flower Sugar
All three would be great for EPP especially Bloom and Bliss.

Have a super great day!!

kristie said...

Wow there is a lot "coming soon" to choose from. Loved many of them for this project, but thought Windermere by Brenda Riddle Designs for Moda Fabrics would look really nice.

Anonymous said...

I would love to have the Tweed Quilt Kit Featuring Basic Mixologie by Studio M because I want to make a quilt for my son and this pattern and fabrics will be perfect!

wlinda_ca at yahoo dot com

Nancy said...

I really like Mint Atrium!

Kim said...

Wow! I think Windermere by Brenda Riddle or FIG TREE FARMHOUSE cannot wait for these new fabrics. English paper piecing is very addictive!

Brenda said...

So many choices -- I might just buy scads of charm packs. But Color Daze looks like a good starting point -- nice colors and lots of different fabrics.

Shauna said...

Love the book and I lust after the new Jen Kingwell fabric collection would be great to do her Green Tea and Sweet Beans quilt which I have on my list to do.

delaineelliott said...

This looks like an awesome book! I love Cold Spell and would use that. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Gretchen said...

I think I'd have to say Canyon by Kate Spain. Or maybe I mean Eden by Tula Pink. Flower Sugar would make a pretty EPP project also. So would... Yeah, too many awesome choices to narrow it down!

Karen McMahon said...

I would use Ardently Austen by Amanda Herring for my next EPP project. I think Jane Austen herself might have done some English Paper piecing!

L. Jones said...

I would pick "for you" for a epp

Beth said...

I've been making blue and white EPP hexies for a "tile" quilt for quite some time now. Charlotte would be welcome addition to this project. Thanks for consistently introducing me to new books and fabric lines as well as designers to round out my quilting experiences.

Beth Conlan said...

There is always far too many fabrics to choose from, why does it have to be soooooo difficult. First I thought I would like Hello Darling because I seem to collect Bonnie & Camille fabric, then I loved Charlotte (and still do) but then I found Windermere.... that is what I would love to make my next hexi quilt from.

KathyinMN said...

Scrolling along through the coming throughs and then gasped when I saw Charlotte by Kensington Studio. Guess I'm a sucker for blues, but that collection would be spectacular in an EPP project.

Debbi said...

I would love to use Brenda Riddle's new fabric collection for my next EPP project!

Kathleen C said...

I'm drawn to Barbara Brackman's Old Cambridge Pike and Laundry Basket's Sticks and Stones. But I'd love to use a pink and red fabric collection to make a quilt using EPP. I love red! Thanks very much.

LZ said...

i would love to use the Farmhouse collection by Fig Tree Quilts. Also, I know that I could also love anything made with fabrics such as Jo Morton's Catherine.

Kim G said...

There are several that I like, Gooseberry, Farmhouse, Hello Darling and Canyon. This would be a great book to have!

Andy Bee said...

Farmhouse would be perfect for a hexie quilt!
distantsub at gmail dot com

CraftyKat said...

I love love to make something with Atrium by Joel Dewberry

Janet said...

Looks like I would really like Bloom & Bliss for an EPP project. It looks fresh, fun, and delightful! Love Sue Daley's projects.

minibea12 said...

I would love to use the 30's Playtime 2015 Half Yard Bundle Reservation Chloe's Closet for Moda Fabrics for an EPP project!
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

lizathandsewnexperiment said...

I've seen so many terrific EPP projects using Tula Pink's lines, so I'd choose Eden!

Laureen m said...

Apricot and Permission has caught my eye.

Mara said...

Love Bright Sun

lvkwilt said...

Tula Pink's Eden looks like it would be wonderful for fussy cutting. I currently have three EPP quilts and I get a lot done on a road trip (unfortunately two long ones in the last month!). Thanks for the chance to win the wonderful prize!

Unknown said...

I just started EPP this week and I think I'll be addicted. In looking at ALL the new fabric, I would love to try some EPP w/Tula Pink's "Eden". :) Marlae kampbostenatgmaildotcom

KirsiHH said...

I fell in love with Eliza´s indigo.

Gill said...

I like Joel Dewberry's Atrium

Cindy Grimm said...

I would love to try EPP! My favorite "Coming Soon" collection is Farmhouse by Fig Tree Quilts.

Kay Eubank said...

I would love to make something from the 30's Playtime 2015

Phyllis D said...

I am counting the days until Canyon by Kate Spain is released! That will be next for me.
Phyllisjdavis@verizon.net

Annie said...

I like
Dot Dot Dash by Me and My Sister Designs;
Dream and a Wish by Sandra Workman;
Eden by Tula Pink;
2015 Grunge Basics by BasicGrey;
and
Prints Charming by Sandy Gervais.

I hope I didn't have to choose just one!

Shasta Matova said...

Oh my! I thought, okay, just hop over to the coming soon section and pick my favorite. It is definitely not that easy! There are so many gorgeous new fabrics coming up.

Eden by Tula Pink
Dewdrop Basics
Cycles of Life
Miniature Gatherings
Peppery
Lulabelle
Mille Couleurs

Anonymous said...

Lori Holt ' adorable fabric collection would be a fun and happy - looking EPP project...using a Jen Kingwell pattern, of course!
Debbie
ollieami@aol.com

C.L. CROLL said...

I would love Dot Dot Dash...very fun.

C.L. CROLL said...

I would love Dot Dot Dash...very fun.

Lucky Shake said...

I would love to use French General fabrics for the main quilt project in this book.

A Little White Hen said...

Looking at your "Coming Soon" fabrics, the 1930's Farmer's Wife Sew Along fat quarter bundle has got some pretty colors that look to coordinate very well.
So many darling fabrics coming out!

Lori said...

Oooo, so many pretty things coming! I had a hard time deciding, but Canyon shouted loudest at me. I love the botanical with retro-feel colors.