sponsor giveaway: a joyful soul fabrics

09 June 2013

first: thanks for the love on my latest sneak peek.
the number one asked question via email and instagram ... is it going to be a new pattern?
yes, and it's coming soon!!! :)

second: it's sponsor giveaway day.
and i know how y'all love those!!!

a joyful soul fabrics.
today's sponsor is a joyful soul fabrics.
joy, a naval wife, is the woman behind a joyful soul fabrics.
she started her business to offer great fabric (like amy butler) and build friendships.
a winning combo if you ask me.

so, have y'all ever heard of a fat quarter club?!?!
basically, you have 12 fat quarters automatically delivered to your front door every month.
and it's yummy fabrics that you already have on your wishlist.
now that's the kind of mail i love to receive.
(y'all can sign up for the fat quarter club HERE.)

happy go lucky
for today's giveaway, one lucky ps i quilt reader will win ...
12 happy go lucky fat quarters by bonnie & camille for moda PLUS the fireworks pattern by thimble blossoms.
($44.00 value.)

*these 12 fat quarters are the june fat quarter club collection.

to enter: tell me what you'd make with these happy go lucky fat quarters.
winner will be announced tuesday.

in addition to the giveaway, a joyful soul fabrics would like to offer y'all a special sale.
enjoy 20% off your purchase of at least $50
*before tax and shipping, excluding gift certificates and club memberships.

simply use "psiquilt" during checkout.
the code expires in one week.

(comments closed.)

xo, rachel

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352 comments:

Stacey Napier said...

I am in love with happy go lucky - the possibilities are endless but I would say a cute picnic blanket! Thanks Rachel!

Amy said...

What a great set! And I'd make bags since that's my latest obsession :)

slfranks4 said...

Also loving Happy Go Lucky. I think I'd make a quilt for my daughter - possibly with the Impromptu pattern i have sitting here :)

Lindsey F. said...

These are fabrics on my wish list which I would use for a lap quilt or some pillows. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Susan said...

I would LOVE that fabric to make my 6 month old granddaughter her quilt from her BeBr. Her mom has been having a hard time deciding what show would like me to make. This would decide for us! And besides, I love it!
Blessings to you!

Jada Graff said...

I would use these to make an ironing board cover & a mini quilt for myself. I'm constantly making other people things, so these would be for me :)

Thanks for the chance!

Eileen DiPietro said...

Love Happy Go Lucky and I think it's time I finally made myself a quilt ��

Red Red Completely Red said...

Ooh, I love it! I'd love to use them as I work through Ayumi's zakka book -- I imagine these prints looking amazing paired with linen!

Eileen DiPietro said...

Love Happy Go Lucky and I think it's time I finally made myself a quilt ��

clairesoprano said...

I think I would finally get around the the bear-paw block quilt I've been wanting to do for a year or so. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Katie said...

Love Happy Go Lucky! I'd make a nice, summer quilt for my nieces. They love to picnic outdoors!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

This fabric is so pretty! I would love to make a little quilt, or a pretty tote bag for vacations :-)

Karen said...

I love the orange and navy in Happy Go Lucky. Hhmm. . . I'd make a Dresden block quilt I think.

maggieinthemountains said...

I would make a quilt to use while camping! :)

maggiecolorado@gmail.com

Sandy Cress said...

I love Happy Go Lucky! I just finished a gorgeous baby quilt with the mini charms and I'm dying to make a larger size throw!

Beth Griesbaum said...

What great fabric ... I think I would use it to make some SWOON blocks!!!

b.

Sandy Cress said...

I love Happy Go Lucky! I just finished a gorgeous baby quilt with the mini charms and I'm dying to make a larger size throw!

anyadahab said...

I would make a quilt for a young girl. I love juxtapositioning somewhat traditional fabrics with modern quilt patterns. And this fabric would be perfect for that.

Laura Bailey said...

I ordered the Farmers Wife Quilt book and I would use these to start my quilt!!

WindyLou said...

Happy go lucky is one of my current faves! I would use them in a quilt I have planned.

Kathy said...

Moda bakeshop just posted a quilt that would looked so great in Happy Go Lucky! I plan on making that quilt!

WindyLou said...

Happy go lucky is one of my current faves! I would use them in a quilt I have planned.

Phat Quarters said...

Thank you for such an awesome giveaway! I would totally make a quilt out of this fabric! There are a few patterns in my stash itching to be transformed with fresh fabric :) {& I love that fireworks pattern too!}

Brenda said...

I would love to make a quilt for my daughter to take with her to college in the fall. Maybe a swoon quilt would fit the need.

Trudie said...

Oh, what awesome fabric and a giveaway too? Fabulous!

Carolyn said...

Oh my..so many ideas! I LOVE these fabrics! I can see so many things made from them....like a new quilted tote ( I LOVE making them), or a cute table topper with coordinating napkins, or maybe an apron and hot pads or...or... :)

Thank you for the chance! :)

Ellyn said...

a pretty table runner, placemats and maybe also an apron for my kitchen! thanks for the opportunity to win

quiltmastercurl said...

Would love a chance to win such happy fabric.
My 3rd granddaughter would look cute snuggled in a lovely baby quilt!

Nancy said...

Tote bags!

quiltmastercurl said...

Would love a chance to win such happy fabric.
My 3rd granddaughter would look cute snuggled in a lovely baby quilt!

Beach Angel said...

I really like the patterns and colors. I am thing I would make bags and fabric bowls.

Anita said...

The Happy Go Lucky line by B&C is so cute! I have been seeing it little by little online, and recently saw the Fireworks pattern which is also so cute! So I for sure would make the Fireworks quilt if I won the FQ's. I love quilting with FQ's. Thanks for the chance.

Vickie said...

Since those fabrics look so happy I would make a happy little lap quilt with them.

Autism Teacher said...

My baby girl would be the envy of others with women diaper covers & dresses!!!!

Cheryl Gomez said...

I love this line. I would use the day quarters to make more pillow covers.

Baukje Booth said...

I love the colours in Happy go Lucky so I think its time for a lap quilt for me

Jessica said...

I'd love to make a couple of baby quilts for gifts coming up! Thanks for the chance!

Karrie Smith said...

Because I'm in love with these fabrics, I would pet them for a few weeks, then use them in a quilt for sure.

Trish said...

I am so in love with that fabric that to be honest, I'd probably hoard it until just the right project came along! :)

barbara woods said...

I love happy go lucky and would put it in my grand kids quilt. thanks

Willa said...

It is hard to say what I would do with this collection. I generally make tech cozies and other small pieces so that would be an educated guess!

Nelly Kelly said...

Thanks for the opportunity... And the temptation. A Fat Quarter Club sounds like something I need to find room for in the budget. I'd love to make any of Camille's new patterns with this; I'm working on another Swoon right now! I love her patterns just as much as I love her and her mom's beautiful fabric lines!

Becky said...

Happy Go Lucky would make a lovely baby quilt!

Jess @ LifeintheWhiteHouse.com said...

Delish! How ever many summery thinks I could eek out..quilts clothes etc

B Greene said...

Fireworks is at the very tip-top of my wish list, so I would certainly use this wonderful bundle for that. Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

Cindi said...

I think I would make some kind of cute table topper for my kitchen table with this great fabric. Thanks for the chance to win! <3

Mary said...

So many possibilities, bags, table runner, aprons. Oh what fun fabrics.

Katie said...

Oh my gosh, I love the Happy Go Lucky fabrics! I think they'd make a great picnic blanket and that's what I would make! Thanks for the chance!

SelahMel said...

Love the fabric... am thinking pieced pillow or little wall hanging. Thanks for the giveaway!

Beth said...

I would make a picnic blanket with these beauties.

scottylover said...

They are so pretty, I'd hate to cut them up! :) I think I would use them for a Swoon or Smitten quilt. Both are on my list to do!

Sandy A

Kathy said...

I would finally make myself a quilt!

Sew Mama June said...

I would make porch pillows. I love this line and think its nice and summery.

FunolaQuilts said...

Since my house is full of boys, I'd earmark these to make a pretty girly quilt for the guest room!

Kathryn said...

I'd continue my apron making with these great fabrics.

Lurline said...

Wonderful! I'd use this lovely range to make yesterday's recipe in Moda Bakeshop. Forget the name, but fabrics used Simply Style, which of course are Moda too.
Hugs - Lurline

Jodi said...

I love the happy go lucky fabric, I would probably make the fireworks quilt. I love learning about new shops. Thanks.

Suzanne T said...

My oldest daughter has been begging for a quilt, these would make a beautiful one.

Mom2RyandSis said...

So pretty! I would love to make a quilt with them!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Michelle said...

I would make a summer tote. These fabrics are yummy. I have met Joy in person and she is such a sweetheart! Love her and her shop! :)

DianeY said...

I'd probably pet them for awhile and let some quilty ideas germinate!

cakegirl said...

I plan to make a quilt for my godchild for Christmas. This fabric is so darn cute, it will be perfect! Thanks for a great giveaway.

Sarah said...

I love this! I think he line would be perfect for some kitchen accessories like hot pads and coasters!

Kara said...

I adore HappymGo Lucky! With that great pattern included, I would just HAVE to make Fireworks! Thanks for the giveaway!

Melissa at My Fabric Relish said...

I would make a Dresden pillow first and then a quilt! Oh, please pick me!! I'm on a fabric diet and having withdrawals. :(

Lyn Ja said...

Picnic tag along blanket!

Gabrielle Robles said...

Love Happy go lucky fabric. I would make a few pillows with the fabric. thanks for the giveaway.

Teri said...

I need to make baby quilts for all of the new ones we are getting around here!

Susan said...

Thank you for the giveaway. If I was fortunate enough to win this pretty fabric, I would love to make a log cabin quilt. I've never made one yet and with all the lovely different shades I think it could work. Of course if the fabric arrived I would have to wait for fabric to talk to me before I start something :)

Joyce said...

I just ordered the Flower Girl Quilt Pattern..would be perfect!

Beth said...

Thanks for the chance! It's time for some summer pillows.

supersara20 said...

I have been dying to make the quilt included in this givaway so of course I would just make that.

Tamie said...

I'd love to sew some bibs, burp cloths, etc for my new granddaughter arriving in August. The pattern looks lovely too.

Karen in Tucson said...

What luscious colors. My granddaughter want a bright and cheery blanket for her new daughter due in early August. These will be perfect - not the usual fabrics for a baby quilt! but that is what she wants and I love the idea.

Ruth B said...

I would make gorgeous pillows for my living room which desperately needs some gorgeousness in a bad way. Love Bonnie and Camille!!

Kellie said...

I'd use these gorgeous fabrics in a quilt for a good who recently moved into a new home! These lovely fabrics remind me of her Southern-Belle charm! Thanks for offering this giveaway!

Nikita said...

I would start on my little monkeys school accessories.. bag, case, book covers..gorgeous fabrics!

Joyful Quilter said...

I just printed Connie Campbell's Garden Fence pattern, I think the fabrics would be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

paulapatchwork said...

Perfect stack for my BF's B'day bunting party! tks fr the chance! x

Julie said...

Gifts for my son's preschool teachers! These fabrics are so fun. THanks for the chance.

Cindy said...

I just love these fabrics!! I would make a cheery lap quilt or a baby quilt for my niece. I think she'd love these gorgeous fabrics! Thanks!:)

Liz G said...

I'm in love with these fabrics! And that pattern looks awesome too. I would use the fat quarters to make a cathedral window quilt! I've been wanting to make one and I think it would be so fun with these happy fabrics.

Mandy said...

Thank you for this chance! I would be selfish with this fabric and make a quilt for ME instead of one to give away like I usually do. :)

sue said...

I would love to win these great fabrics. I don't know what pattern I would use, but I think it would be for me, too. I haven't made myself one for a long time and I'm sure I could find a pattern to use. Thanks

Carla G said...

I'd make some tote style bags and some zippy bags! Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

Carla said...

Oh how nice! I'd definitely put these into a modern quilt pattern I've been wanting to try

Quiltsmiles said...

Love the combinations of all those nomenclatures, "Joyful Fabrics", "Happy Go Lucky" and "fireworks", what's not to love?!
I'd love to make a picnic/hammock quilt and htat pattern or swoon could be hte style. Thanks for the wonderful chance! Jane

junglewife said...

Those are beautiful! I would LOVE to make a quilt with them, or maybe a nice summer bag... :-)

lindag1947 said...

I think I would make a tote I have seen pattern for. Linda gerig

Lynn McIndoe said...

I would use these fabrics to make up one of Camilles patterns- Swoon, Flower girl or Fireworks would all be lovely

Katie Ellis said...

I LOVE this line. I am thinking a fun summer purse/bag.

trudys_person said...

Well, I'd have to make the Fireworks quilt! I wonder how it would look with a navy background, like that bunting fabric ... Thank you for the giveaway!

Jessica Killpack said...

I love happy go lucky. I would probably use it to help me make some progress on my farmer's wife quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! (:

Liz Taylor said...

I would make a fun baby quilt!

linynp said...

Oh happy go lucky to another SWOON quilt! Perfect for it. Thank you. I can't wait for the pattern btw after sneak peek!

Muselle said...

A bag... Some piecing... a lot of quilting. Something lush and whimsical. !!! Dreaming is fun ..

Becky S. said...

I LOVE Happy go Lucky! I would use the fabric to make a quilt--maybe Swoon or Camille's new Niner pattern.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Just Sew Sue said...

I am making a star quilt with earlier Bonnie & Camille collections so I would add these to the mix.

Ether Bourn said...

A quilt for my 3 1/2 year old grand-niece. I have a pattern collection chosen for my 1 1/2 year old grand nephew. Their home was destroyed by fire last week and I think some cozy, minky backed quilts are in order.

Nurseli said...

I would prob make a crochet hook roll for my aunt!

Erin Marie said...

I would make a summer picnic quilt. I realized the other day that we have that rather large hole to fill in our quilt inventory.

Suzie H said...

I would love to make a cute little quilt, using a new pattern I recently came across. Happy Go Lucky would be perfect for it!

Jill of All Trades said...

How adorable! I've been wanting to make a patchwork floor pillow for a while now. These would be great!

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I would love to make a pillow just for me!

Ella said...

I'm terribly predictable. I'd make a quilt.

*Cornelia* said...

oh they are wonderful thanks for this give-away I think they would be lovely for a wall-hanging for my third daughter who is due end of september

CathyK said...

I would make a throw with it, probably with that beautiful Fireworks pattern! Love the fabric AND the pattern! Thank you for the chance!

Christine M said...

I would love to make a table clothe for our dining table. But of course, it would always be removed before eating as I wouldn't want any stains on it! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Brooke @ little b quilts said...

I love the fireworks pattern!!! I would definitely make that!
Brookeali(at)hotmail.com

kimberlier said...

I'd make a quilt for my mom. She deserves one for the all the wonderful things she has done for me over the years! Thanks for a chance to win.

Deb said...

I am a big fan of Bonnie and Camille. I would love to make a quilt for a good friend of mine.

Pamela said...

Those would be absolutely perfect for a quilt for my new grand daughter - and maybe a cute bunting with her name on it to match :)

Pippa Parsons said...

Im taking Camilles craftsy course and these would make a few swoon blocks

Lisa said...

I have been wanting this line since I first saw it! I think I would use it to make a throw size or baby size quilt!
lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

Carol said...

I'd make a lap quilt - maybe with 4-patches or 9-patches alternating with larger squares of fabric to show off the larger prints.

Liz said...

It's easy - a quilt for my MIL for Christmas. She'd LOVE it

Hildy said...

I have Camille's new book (yeah!) and I think Dwell (the houses quilt) would look gorgous with this! Thanks!
hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

Teresa F. said...

I love that line, it would make a lovely graduation quilt for my daughter. Thanks for the chance.
Hugs from Portugal,
Teresa

Candice Lyons said...

What a sunny summer selection of fabrics. A beautiful picnic blanket, summer evening quilt for when sitting out and watching the sun set... the possibilities are endless. And what a great fat quarter club. Getting fabric you already love. Ooh.

NinJaMoo said...

Lovely fabrics! They're saying "Make me into a patchwork skirt!"

Wivi said...

Lovely fabrics! I would make a "twister" quilt for my little granddaughter.

Anna said...

I've been wanting to make more cushions and I think these fabrics would work really well. Thanks for the give away!

SarDee said...

I would make the fireworks pattern with them! The (almost) red and blue lend themselves to a patriotic quilt anyway... they are really beautiful colors!

Erin said...

I just got a beach/large tote bag pattern that uses fat quarters. That is what I would make with these yummy fabrics!

Jennie said...

What wouldn't I make with them! Probably some pillow shams for my mom though. Because I'm a good daughter like that.

Hannah said...

Love this line and love that fireworks pattern. Easy decision then :-)

Mary W Quilts said...

Happy go lucky would make a great Impromptu quilt, don't you think? :-))

Michala said...

I'd make a lovely summery picnic quilt!

Joy said...

Fabulous fabrics, I'd make a table topper and some placemats. thanks for the opportunity to win them.
Joy UK

Deb said...

Love the fabric....I'd say great for a summer table runner/topper!

jessica spellman said...

Happy Go Lucky is certainly on my wish list! :) I'd probably make a wall hanging and/or pillows w my bundle!! Thanks! :)

Sarah_L_N said...

I think they would make cute bags and cushions :)

Jitka said...

I love scraps quilt. Fat quarters are perfect to make them.

Lisa Marie said...

I would make a lovely lap quilt to give to my sister for Christmas. Thanks for the chance!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I desperately need a 'Skirt' Bag handbag for the summer and these would look great for that!!! How exciting!!

Jodie said...

Love the orange and navy in there. I have a baby quilt to make this summer-- these would be great!

New Salem Homestead said...

I would love to win the happy Go Lucky Collection! I would use them in the Flower Patch QAL with Green Fairy Quilts.

Anne said...

I would make a cute baby quilt!! Love the fabric! Thank you for the give-away.

kate said...

my bff is having her first baby! I would make luscious little goodies for her!

Fiesta said...

I would make some summery placemats. Thanks for the chance

SewingKaren22 said...

I've been playing around with the idea of a picnic blanket. The happy, light summer colors of these fabrics would be perfect!

abengel said...

I'd make a summery quilt.

Rebecca Wilson said...

I love the orange and navy combination. I would definitely make a lap quilt! The fireworks pattern looks beautiful....maybe in batiks?

Thanks for entering me in the giveaway. Rebecca Wilson

Cindy said...

I would LOVE to make a new table runner for my dining room table. It's in dire need of one and these fabrics would be perfect!! Thank you so much for the change! And google did something to my email, so incase I show up as 'no reply blogger', AND I am lucky enough to win, my email is cindys0707(at)yahoo(dot)com. Thank you!!!

Jantine said...

I have a friend who lost several babies. I want to make her a quilt for herself with a little quilt of love from the same fabric style...

Lorac.m said...

I would love to make a quilt using the Fireworks pattern. I have been admiring it for a while! Thanks for the opportunity!

Catherine said...

What a pretty collection! I'd probably make a sham & pillowcases with them.

azuliverde said...

I would make a quilt for one of my nieces... I love quilting for kids!

Regards,
Blanca

auntreeniequilts said...

they would make a very cute baby quilt. It seems every time i open my facebook another baby is coming along.

Becky_Sharp said...

Those colors would be absolutely perfect for the hexie table runner I'm making. Hope I win! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

Jessica Feldman said...

These remind me of the vintage sheets I've been collecting for fat quarters!
If I had this beautiful fat quarter giveaway, I would make a quilt as a fundraiser for Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, Maine. They are a non-profit that takes in all sorts of injured wildlife, rehabilitates them, and sets them free. Truly an inspiration!

Michelle said...

I think I would use them to start my swoon quilt.

ROBERT YOUNG said...

ive been trying to make up a few baby quilts and that's what I would do with these beauties
thanks Diana Y

Chris said...

Definitely would love to win, and definitely would make one of the newest patterns by Bonnie and Camille...love all their fabrics and patterns!! :)

WendyBird said...

I just finished grad school and owe my family and friends about two years worth of birthday presents - LOL. So whatever these are used for, it will be gifted! I love the fabric in the lower left hand corner that looks like little pennants. Maybe I can pretend those are birthday pennants... Hey, maybe I'll make a birthday pennant... Ha.

WendyBird said...

I just finished grad school and owe my family and friends about two years worth of birthday presents - LOL. So whatever these are used for, it will be gifted! I love the fabric in the lower left hand corner that looks like little pennants. Maybe I can pretend those are birthday pennants... Hey, maybe I'll make a birthday pennant... Ha.

~ Sara ~ said...

I would chunk it up and make a rainy day comfy quilt. :)

~ Sara ~ said...

I would chunk it up and make a rainy day comfy quilt. :)

tpott said...

I'm still hoarding some "Ruby". Like every good fabric hoarder I'd love some "Happy Go Lucky" and a great pattern to boot. I'm still trying to decide on fabric for my soon to be "Swoon" quilt, these would be perfect. Have a happy Monday!

Siobhán said...

Ooooh, love it! I love anything and everything that Bonnie & Camille do, from their patterns to their fabrics. I was just telling a friend that I want to collect some of their fabrics for a clamshell quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

Nancy said...

Pretty! I think I would make a tote bag for my sister, as those colours & patterns are definitely her style. :)

patricia said...

I'm seeing little ruffled skits for the grands. Twirly and fun!

Diane said...

I think these would make some cute pillows. Thanks for the giveaway.

Celeste said...

I think I might save it and use it for something from your book!

Celeste said...

I think I might save it and use it for something from your book!

Diane said...

I would make a quilt for myself to curl up under and read, sitting outside on the deck.

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

the ideas are endless that I could use these for - I would have to look at it and see what I have in the stash to join with them - I have been thinking of Granny squares but I was going to use scraps for that - a scrappy look for something for sure! count me in.

Jacqueline said...

Love the colors of the fabric line. I think my Grand daughter and I could come up with a really cute throw quilt for her bedroom.

Thanks for a chance.

Deborah said...

love love this fabric. I would make a quilt - probably using the Fireworks pattern - it is a perfect match!

L said...

I think I'd toss them right into the fireworks pattern!

Courtneysews said...

I'd make a new sumer purse and tote bag!!! Thanks!

Jennifer said...

I'd probably use them with the fireworks pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sonya said...

The Fireworks pattern is perfect for these fabrics! I'd love to win :)

Sarah said...

I am in the middle of making a Bonnie and Camille quilt - so these would make a great addition!

Thanks for the great giveaway!

Lex said...

I think I would make a summery simple patchwork quilt with them for sitting in the yard with a book!

Jen said...

Great giveaway, thank you! I love Bonnie and Camille, I would make my three year old a ruffled, tiered summer dress!

Sandy B. said...

I would love to win these so I could make a sweet baby quilt for a friend!
Thanks so much and I love your patterns.

Heidi [Grizz-n-Dove] said...

Wow, what a great giveaway! I'd make some cute dresses and matching purses for my little girl :)

Cecilia said...

I would make a bag and a couple of pillows. Thanks for the chance to win.

Deb said...

Wow - I LOVE Happy Go Lucky! I would make a table runner for my Mom and probably a bag for me. So yummy - thanks for the chance!

Lani Glasser said...

I love "Fireworks" and Happy Go Lucky! Can't wait to see your new pattern.

jlk said...

I am going to make a Farmer's Wife quilt out of Scrumptious (a friend picked it up for me at Market) and HGL, and a few other Bonnie and Camille prints from any other lines I can find. These FQs would be perfect!!

Tsigeyusv said...

I'd begin work on a quilt for my sister. She's always wanted one from me.

Shelley said...

Love this line, and I would definitely make a quilt! Probably 'Swoon.' Thanks:)

Anna F. said...

A picnic quilt...for sure : )

Kiwi said...

I love Bonnie and Camille Fabrics. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter from the Lucky pattern I just downloaded!
I might use an aqua background instead if white! Love it.

Amanda said...

I would use the fat quarters in a quilt I'm making for my future mother-in-law, I think she'd love the floral patterns!

Beach Angel said...

I would love to make a quilt for myself. I always say that and every quilt I make seems to go to someone else.

LauraC said...

Definitely a Fireworks quilt for the 4th of July. Thanks.

Steven and Ginger said...

I am thinking a fun little table runner!

Jody Polen said...

I would like to make a quilt for a special little girl who called me her "Best Friend" when I stayed in her home in India.

Kim Feather said...

I would make "myself" a cute little throw or a bag since I'm on a bag kick right now! I love the soft shades in this line.

Thank you for the chance to win! Kim

Michelle said...

What a wonderful giveaway! Happy Go Lucky is such a great fabric line. That navy is killing me!! I would love to make a triangle quilt out of it. I keep seeing them on IG and this would be the perfect pretty fabric to give it a go.

Heidi Babi said...

That fireworks pattern is adorable, but I think I would probably make a cheerful Irish Chain table runner!

cllcraft said...

Such yummy possibilities for these fun fabrics! I'm leaning towards a lap quilt for my granddaughter, or aprons for Christmas gifts.

Julie Thompson said...

We just bought a cottage and I am making a quilt for our bedroom with Happy Go Lucky and would make something to go with the quilt. Thank you for the giveaway.

robin said...

I just love this fabric line and having MORE of it would be a very good thing, indeed! My current small quilt could be big enough to actually use on my bed! YAY! Thanks for chance to win!

emster said...

I already made a 1600 jelly roll quilt with Happy Go Lucky, but I would make the firework quilt with those fat quarters!
Thanks!

Sorcha girl said...

I've been thinking that a table runner would be a good use of these fabrics. The colors in Happy-Go-Lucky are bright and cheery! Thanks for the introduction to the new fabric "store".

hiyacinth said...

Something with pinwheels!

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