8 May 2015

Farm Girl Vintage blog tour

Hello all you Farm Girl fans!  Welcome to the 50 acre farm pit stop on the tour!

My name is Lorna McMahon, a modern quilter, designer and the author of Sew Fresh Quilts.



I am so excited to be a part of this blog hop.
Are you ready to Sew Along?!!!




Fat Quarter Shop kindly forwarded me a copy of Lori Holt's newest book Farm Girl Vintage!

This book includes instructions for 45 sampler blocks in two sizes (6” and 12”),
 10 quilts, 2 table runners, a table topper, and a potholder.


Farm Girl Vintage by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet
is available to purchase from Fat Quarter Shop here.


Lori is hosting a new Sew Along on her Bee in my Bonnet blog.  Each Friday she will be posting a block from the Farm Girl Vintage book along with tips and inspiration for those particular blocks.
Grab a button and Sew Along!


This book is packed full of such beautiful farm fresh blocks.
It was hard to choose only one.

But that little Baby Chick block was irresistible!
And I couldn't stop at just one.


These two little chicks are just too darn cute!



The quilting was performed using my walking foot, in closely spaced organic wavy lines, using Superior Threads' Omni #3023 in Light Gray thread in both the top and the bobbin.  This thread blended perfectly with the background and was so subtle you can barely notice it.



For the binding I used my remaining Katie Stripe in Midnight by Beauty Queen.  It's not black, but a very dark navy blue and blends in nicely with the grey background and the blue backing.  For the backing I used a matching Widescreen in Pacific, left over from making this Giggles Up quilt.





These little mats were the 37th and 38th use of my 100 labels ordered from


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Don't they look sweet as a set, paired up with the Pretty Piggy table runner?  You can find the instructions for the Pretty Piggy and Corn Cob blocks here.



What's THIS?!!!

A fat quarter bundle giveaway!!!!!!!!



Fat Quarter Shop has generously agreed to sponsor this great giveaway today.
Thank you Fat Quarter Shop!



How do you enter the giveaway contest? 



Follow the instructions on the RaffleCopter.com widget below!



This Giveaway is open internationally.
Winner will be randomly chosen on May 20th and notified by email.
Be sure to leave your email address on the Rafflecopter widget.


Best of luck in the Giveaway!
And remember to....

Click here to visit Lori's Blog and 
Click here Fat Quarter shop's blog, the Jolly Jabber.


Thank you so much for dropping by today!
Please do stop in and see Katie at Good Golly Ginger.
She's got a beautiful Autumn Star table runner to show you!






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Anita said...

I would make a table runner with the Ambleside fabric.

Katie Dold said...

Your chicks are super sweet, and they go perfectly with those pigs. You've got quite a farm going over there!

Afton Warrick said...

I'd make a darling quilt.

Skootchover said...

I love this fabric! I would make a flowering snowball quilt out of it.

Carla said...

Thanks for the chance at more fabric for another quilt!

Anita said...

I would make some cute totes and zippy pouches, maybe some cute spring placemats. Thanks for the giveaway.

Béa said...

I would make a summer quilt.

Fran said...

Those chicks are so cute!

Christine S said...

Oh your chicks are adorable!! They pair so nicely with the pigs :) Love Ambleside and into a quilt they would go!

Lee said...

I love the farm quilt! It is on my to do list! I would make some pillow w/ the fabric! tks!

liniecat said...

That chick block leapt out at me straight off the books cover! You've brought him alive there - so cute lol
I'd simply have to buy the book and make my own quilt, I've seen this book and patterns on so many blogs I follow and really must join the throng and make a lap sized version myself :)

sophiebernina said...

Your chicks are so cute! I have already made a chick block but I think I will make another one for the sew along today. I love your choice of background fabric! Thank you for the giveaway.
p.s. love the piggies too!

Patti said...

I'd love to make a tablerunner for my sofa table with this fabric! Well Lorna, you've persuaded me to break down and buy this book! I have all of Lori's books so far and it seems that I really need this one too! Thanks!

Ruth C said...

Cute chicks! I would include the fabric in the owl and bird quilt I am making for my niece.

Susan L. said...

What a cute Block! If I were to win, I think I would most likely make a lap quilt.

Liz Saum said...

I would make a table runner and placemats! Adorable chick!

Betsy said...

I would make a tote bag.

Allison CB said...

Those are cute chicks! I would love to make a purse with those fabrics...something with lots of pockets for all my stuff!

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

a quilt of course!

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

I follow you on my feedly reader

AlidaP said...

I would use them in one of my quilts! thanks for the chance!

Deb said...

I love table runners and like to give them as gifts. I'd use the bundle for a few of them!

Melissa said...

I would make a curved piecing quilt that I have been wanting to make, thanks for the chance

Mae Long said...

I would make a lovely summery quilt! Thank you for the giveaway.
fabricstasher24@gmail.com

Jodie said...

I'd use them in a quilt.

Chiska said...

I'd make a quilt.

Andrea York said...

I'd make a summery lap quilt for cool evenings on the porch!

Scrapatches said...

Cute blocks! I have loved every one that I have seen from Lori's books. Pretty fabrics ... would make a pretty lap quilt. Thanks to you and FQS for a chance to win ... :) Pat

Scrapatches said...

Of course I follow you ... via bloglovin' ... I love your posts! ... :) Pat

Rhona45 said...

Definitely use this fabric for a lap quilt, this fabric is so pretty,love your chicks and little piggies Lorna, as always looking great! Keep up the good work!

celticwoman55 said...

A nice cushy pillow would be made with thee beautiful colors and flowers!

Mary said...

I have the Farmgirl Vintage book and would definitely be using the fabric for the sampler. I love the Ambleside line of fabric and am excited for a chance to win!

Tanya Quilts in CO said...
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Mary said...

I follow through email.

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

I would use this fabric in my Farm Girl Vintage.

Annette Heiner said...

Love your Chick! I would make a throw for the pink doll room. Love this Ambleside Petite fabric!

Vicki H said...

I would use the bundle for some of my Farm Girl Vintage blocks.

Rebecca Coyle said...

Your chicks are adorable! I'd make a quilt for my g'daughter.

Rebecca Coyle said...

I follow on bloglovin.

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Cute chicks Lorna and as always I love your quilting!! Thanks for sharing!

sherry said...

a lovely little table cloth to cover my table outside under my apple tree for evening dining

cookie said...

A table topper for my new dining table, just big enough to draw the eye but not cover up the beautiful wood.

Diane Beavers said...

Lorna, your chicks are so so cute!
Ambleside would make some oh so pretty fabric baskets. Thank you so much.

bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Judy J said...

You have such cute ideas. Love it!

Diana said...

I am in need of a little girls baby blanket, and these colors would work just fine!

Kim said...

I love your piggies and corn! Your version of the chicks is great,also! I love that background, still deciding how I want to make mine. If I won the bundle, I would make a tabletopper for my dining room.

Anne said...

This Farm Girl Vintage is right up your alley with all the animals and farm theme! I would make a soft throw for my cousin who just lost her husband after being on Hospice.

mlisshouston said...

I love the fabrics. And the sweet little hens you made! I would use the fabrics in a quilt top if I won the contest!!

annmarie said...

Ambleside Petite makes me think of little girls' sundresses. I have the perfect twin 5 yr olds in mind!

Carol said...

Beautiful fabrics! I'm thinking more elephants (going the right direction) would be adorable in this! :O)

Pat said...

Those chicks are just too darned cute!

Michelle Olsen Sasak said...

Your chick blocks (and pigs & corn cob) are so cute!!! I would make pretty zippered pouches for family members for Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

sewmissmouse said...

I'd either make a quilt or a table runner with Ambleside. I have the Farm Girl Vintage book too & the blocks are just too cute, especially the hen, chicks & tractor blocks.

Karen said...

I am in love with Ambleside as I am loving the wave quilting that you did on the chick! So pretty. I would do something in the line of hexagons, clutch bag type thingy. Thank you for showing your modern chicks!

~Diana said...

Your chicks turned out so cute! Perfect pattern for you to get to demo. Who knows what I'd make, but I would enjoy the fabric~

Becky S. said...

I love Ambleside--I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.
Your chicks turned out so cute!

Kathy said...

I love the chicks and pig together - so very cute - love the fabrics you used!

Lori Holt said...

Hi Lorna!
Thank you so much for participating in my sew along for week two:)
I love your version of my Baby Chick block...so sweet!
What a fantastic giveaway:)
xx
Lori

Linda B said...

I would make a quilt for my mom....

Janie said...

I would make a quillow. Thank you for the giveaway.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Cute blocks! I would make a table cover for my porch with that pretty fabric!

Genee' Davis said...

I can see a fresh, light, summer quilt on my bed which I need to make! Reminds me on vintage sheets!

legato1958 said...

I 'd make a huge summer tote bag, with matching zippered pouches!
Love LOVE LOVE your chicks and the piggy and corn on the cob!!!
Susie

Bev said...

I will make a quilt for my daughter. Those are her colors! Thanks for the giveaway! Bev

Eloise Evans said...

The Fat Quarter Bundle is YUMMY! The piggies and corn are so cute! I would make a quilt! (of course)

Gill said...

I'd make a picnic quilt!

Lori Lindhartsen said...

I would make a table runner out of this bundle. Great giveaway!!

Tiffany said...

I'd make a doll quilt for my daughter! What pretty fabrics!!

Lu said...

I would make the row quilt by Melissa Corey " Happy Quilting". It is a beautiful line of fabric and quilt. Thank you and FQS for the chance to win a great giveaway.

rrjane011749 said...

I'd make a "Springtime-Summertime" table runner and placemats!

craftygramma said...

I would use it to make Farm Girl Vintage blocks, of course!

I can't find the book locally, so I have to wait, anyway...
thanks
your chicks are sew cute

Laura said...

Summer table runner is on my list for these fabrics. There would be scraps so I'd be making some blocks for a scrappy quilt as well.

Rae Reid said...

I would make a sweet baby quilt, or maybe a lap quilt for my aunt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Rae Reid said...

I would make a sweet baby quilt, or maybe a lap quilt for my aunt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kristin in Alaska said...

I think that bundle would make a super cute apron!

Gwen said...

I think they would be a great addition to the fabrics I'm using in my Farm Girl Vintage quilt!

Nita said...

I would make a quilt just for ME for a change, lol!

Tinliz said...

The hicks are adorable, but the pink pig is my favorite.
jitney41 atgmaildotcom

Vickie said...

Love the chicks and the table runner is so cute!

Cherise Towrr said...

I love this line. If I won I would have to make a quilt. Maybe a Dresden or something from Farm Girl Vintage book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Ioleen said...

I have a baby quilt I need to make for a friend who is going to be a first time grandma.

Shannon Whitehill said...

I would make a quilt for the house i'm moving to!

Anita said...

Hi Lorna! I would use these fat quarters in Farm Girl Vintage blocks! Perfect colours for it! :) Thanks!

Anita said...

Hi Lorna! I would use these fat quarters in Farm Girl Vintage blocks! Perfect colours for it! :) Thanks!

Deb Peterson said...

Love the fabrics. Your blocks are beautiful. I would use the fabrics to make another Farm Girl Vintage quilt for my daughter in law, who loves vintage.

Rosemary B❤️ said...

I would make a table runner. This fabric line is so cute.
I love your chickies. I like your piggies too.
I just got my Farm girl Book and as soon as I feel peppy again (just had a big tooth pulled, omg suffering)
I am going to make the chickies too
Thanks to FQS. They are so great, I love them

Rosemary B❤️ said...

I have been gettingyour updates in my email for at least a year.
I love your bloggie

Karen said...

I love this fabric line and would make a quilt with this plus fabrics from my stash. Thanks for the opportunity!

Mary said...

LOVE the baby Chick Block! Making it for my DD by Love. Her B-day is coming up next month. It's too close to Mother's day to finish it for that. Thanks for the Giveaway!

Karen said...

I follow you via email and on Facebook.

Lynne said...

I would make a picnic quilt.
Thanks for sharing!

Lynne said...

I would make a picnic quilt.
Thanks for sharing!

Audrey said...

Ambleside is so pretty. I am not sure of the pattern but I would definitely make a lap quilt with the bundle. If there are any scraps left I envision a table runner or topper. The chicks are so cute and definitely look great with the piggys. Thanks for sharing and offering a giveaway.

Audrey said...

I follow Sew Fresh Quilts via email. Have a great weekend.

Confessions Of A Homeschooler said...

How fun! I would add this I my alarm Girl
vintage stash!

MoeWest said...

The chicks and pigs make a perfect set! I would make ruffle top diaper covers for my baby niece with these fat quarters.

Julie Cefalu said...

I would love to add this bundle to my stash and let it sit on my shelf until just the right pattern comes along. I love your chicks and the piggy table runner. You really have quite the farm going on inside and outside!

Terry said...

I'd be making more of Lori's fun blocks with these cute fabrics! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)
terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lisa Marie said...

I would make a lap quilt.

~*B*~ said...

I would to have this bundle to make a quilt with! I love your piggy/corm blocks and will be making a few of them too.

quilter said...

Love the chicks!!! If I win I will make a table runner, thanks for the giveaway.
cork@pa.rr.com

Julie Kaye from KS said...

How lucky you are to be able to play with so many great patterns and fabrics. I would love to start making some of these blocks myself from some of those lovely fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity.

Julie Kaye from KS said...

I am a bloglovin follower.

Lara B. said...

Those sweet little chicks look sew perfect with your Pretty Piggy runner. Really nice work Lorna! I follow you every way I can. Ambleside would make a great Sweet 16 quilt.

Unknown said...

When we get back from our trip, I plan to order Lori Holt's Farm Girl Vintage, and the fabric would be perfect for that. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net.

KathleenD said...
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Linda said...

HELLO, happy to follow you on Blog lovin'!
What a Beautiful Bundle! Would love to start a new quilt with this giveaway!
Happy Spring! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

KathleenD said...

Your little chicks are sooo cute and they pair up beautifully with your piggy and corn cob!
If I were the lucky winner of the Ambleside FQs, I believe I would make a baby quilt (or two) because my cousin has two children expecting babies this year!

Katy M said...

I'd like to have a go at some farm girl vintage blocks if I won, I love your animals! x

SarahZ said...

I can see why you had to make more than one chick...they are super sweet! You know, if I won the Fat Quarter Bundle, I might just finally make a throw for my wonderful Mother...it would be just right, I think :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Patti said...

I would add them to my fabric to make my Farm Girl blocks

OhioLori said...

Loooove the Chickens!! :)

I think I would make a Throw for our Grangirlie!! Perfect colors!!

Unknown said...

I would used it up - Vintage Farm with Lori Holt on Fridays

Kathy Davis said...

I would make something sweet for my 2 year old granddaughter, a little sundress maybe.
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Kathy Davis said...

I follow on Bloglovin as Kathy Davis.
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Patty D from NC said...

I'd make a qiult of course! Love you baby chick blocks.

Quilt Monkey said...

I'd make a spring table runner!

Lori said...

i would love to make some sweet pillows

Linda said...

I'd add them to my farm girl stash, and probably need to make another quilt!

Dawn Frisch said...

Of course I would use the fabric to make some of the blocks from Lori's Farm Girl Vintage book. I would either make individual pot holders or a table runner. Great fabric!!!
Dawn
array-dawn at cox dot net

Jacqueline Frances said...

Hi there Lorna,
I have been designing blocks like crazy since I purloined my Hubs' Christmas prezzy from his company-a Moleskine notebook(awesome, you should get one!!)…so I would use this fat quarter bundle to make a sampler quilt out of my own designed blocks!!!
I have been enjoying your posts for a couple of years now!
Thanks!
Quilty Huggs,
Jacqueline
snausages22 at yahoo.CA (NOT: yahoo.com!)

Heide said...

Great little chicks, I can not wait to get my hands on my book. I think it should arrive next week. What a fun prize.
Heide
khnmdronchi (at)sbcglobal.net

Belves said...

The country farmhouse we live in is called Ambleside! So I would love to make some swoon block cushions for the old church pew in our hallway 😊

Larry Sadie Lesneski said...

Swoon blocks would be amazing! I'd love to make some mini wallhangings with this with scrappy borders as well!!

Larry Sadie Lesneski said...

Swoon blocks would be amazing! I'd love to make some mini wallhangings with this with scrappy borders as well!!

Quilter Kathy said...

That really is an adorable block!
I'd love to make all your animals in this wonderful giveaway fabric!

Cheryl said...

I would make a little girl's dress.

Mtclifford said...

I would make a curvy clutch that I've been seeing a lot of lately. Thanks for the chance to win!

mlhummy said...

Thank you for the giveaway! These pretty prints say spring quilt to me. :)

Sewmom18 said...

We need some new napkins these would be great.

Cole's Corner said...

If I won, I would use the fabrics for the sew-a-long. I just made my first block and a mini block for a pincushion!

mightymadge said...

What would I make with that beautiful fabric? So many ideas. But I have a pattern by Tiedwitharibbon that uses only charm squares. It's a big spool of thread and the thread area is filled with the charms
mightymadgescloset at gmail dot com

barbara woods said...

I would use it in a quilt

mightymadge said...

What would I make with that beautiful fabric? So many ideas. But I have a pattern by Tiedwitharibbon that uses only charm squares. It's a big spool of thread and the thread area is filled with the charms
mightymadgescloset at gmail dot com

Sigi G said...

Love the Ambleside Fabric. I would make Jocelyn Uneng's 'Night Blooming' Block with this Fat Quarter Bundle. That block just 'speaks' to me! Thank you for this wonderful giveaway chance!

Wendi said...

Such beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a sweet little girl a sweet little quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win. w.wendih@verizon.net

Dody said...

I would definitely make something girlie and sweet. Sew cute!

Michelle said...

I am not sure if I would make a quilt or another table runner.

Doris Rice, The Quilting Queen said...

Something for my sweet granddaughters would be wonderful. Beautiful fabric and love the Vintage Farmgirl Book.

SewDoUQuilt said...

I have been looking at a herringbone pattern using a half hexagon template. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

Kathy E. said...

With this fabric bundle, I'd be making a lovely spring table runner for my hutch!

Deal.licious Real Food Debby said...

I think a summer table runner would be fun. ~Debby

determineddebby at gmail dot com

Rachell said...

A cute baby quilt. I would love to make your butterflies pattern.
reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

GranChris said...

I would make some kind of quilt. I love it.

Sewgirl said...

Most likely a quilt. I have just started playing with hexagons too.

Julie Craven said...

I don't know what I would make with them yet. They would have to set on my shelves for a while until inspiration struck.
But I have to have a baby quilt made with those pigs. ADORABLE

Linda said...

I would use the fabric to make a table runner and place mats for my kitchen.

Joyce Carter said...

Your chicks are super cute. Thanks for the giveaway. I would use these fabrics in a quilt.

Afquilt said...

Love those little chicks! Would love to make some myself!

Lars Sone said...

I would love to win this prize.
Thanks!

larslaura27@gmail.com

Quilting Tangent said...

I would make a scrappy quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Donna W said...

I would make a new lap quilt to brighten up my family room for summer.

Renae Koehn said...

Cute chicks!:) I would love to have some amble side to make a table runner!
renae1225@gmail.com

aus_chick said...

I'd make skirts for my daughter :)

apple blossom said...

I think I'd make a spring table runners and place mats

Quilting Momma said...

I have a new Great Niece that needs a crib quilt!

Her Indoors said...

I would make a bag and matching purse or pencil case.

sisylyn2 said...

Quilting is so expensive and these giveaways help all quilters. I follow on blogovin
Nancy
gandn74@ymail.com

peg gonzalez said...

I would make some placemats with the bundle.

PK Sews said...

Your chicks are darling! Thanks for the fun post! I would make some cosmetic pouches with this lovely fabric.

PK Sews said...

I follow you via Bloglovin. Thanks for all the inspiration!

prairiesummers said...

Hm I have a swap from my gild to finish and that would be really nice since I need some inspiration :-)

Jusmom1 said...

Possibly a Lattice quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

Dawn said...

I would make something for my sister. She needs cheering up so I would also let her choose the pattern.

Pine Point Cathy said...

A sweet baby girl quilt! Thanks for the chance!
basaran.family@rogers.com

Veronika said...

The most gorgeous baby quilt ever!!

Helen L said...

I think I'd make a sweet wall quilt so I could see that beautiful fabric every day! :-) Thanks for the chance to win!! hlebrett at live dot com

Susan Smith said...

I love Ambleside and can think of many quilts I want to make with it. The first would be the single wedding ring quilt that fat quarter shop gave a tutorial for, the next would be the star of wonder pattern by Brenda Riddle. Thanks for the chance to win! timbersmith63 at gmail dot com.

Jean MN said...

I'd make a whole lot of burp cloths for all of the expected family babies coming soon. Jean dot Necheles at gmail dot com

Jessica said...

A lap quilt for me. I love my couch blankets.

scottylover said...

I would use these to make a new tote for me and a few aprons for gifts. It is beautiful!
Sandy A

Carole Shaffer said...

Such pretty fabrics I would make something for myself like a tote bag and a couple of dresses for the little nieces

Annette said...

Little dresses for my nieces!

Jacklynn Grimm said...

I would use those prints in some of my Farm Girl Vintage blocks. Love your little chicks! Thanks for the giveaway! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

Crickets Corner said...

I would be forced to buy the book ( like someone has to force me?) and then buy more fabric and make the quilt.

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

I'd probably just use if for various crafting projects! Thanks and God bless! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

KathyinMN said...

I'd like to try a Dresden plate pattern with the FQ bundle.

Cecilia said...

I would make a tote bag and a pillow cover.

quilt chick said...

I bought some of the pink and red floral today I love all of it and would put it in a vintage sampler.

sherryberrybim said...

I would make a picnic cloth.

Rebecca said...

I'm impressed that people actually know what they would make. I have been known to just buy fabric I love and wait for the right project to show up. I will say that these sweet colors would make a great baby quilt.

Larissa said...

I would make something pretty for my almost-7yo daughter ... Possibly a bag, or bed runner and cushions. Such a pretty floral bouquet could not be hidden away!!!

Love your chick hot pads!! And how darling they look with your table runner!!!

WYO Di said...

I'd make a quilt out of this dainty collection.

Robin said...

Love the pigs and chicks piecing! I would love to make a baby girl quilt with these fabrics if I won!

Daytona Damsel said...

If I win this fat quarter bundle I would make a baby quilt with it. Love the little chicken blocks. Debbie

Hailey Cress said...

I would use the bundle to get started on the sew along! I am just not sure what blocks to start with! Love the baby chicks though!

Cindy Dickinson said...

I love this book. So excited to start a new project.

Cindy Dickinson said...

I would make a tablerunner with the bundle if I win!

Karen Thurn said...

Very cute! I would use it in my next quilt. kthurn@bektel.com

Karen Thurn said...

I follow with email updates. kthurn@bektel.com

Vicki in MN said...

A sweet little baby girl quilt is what I would make.

Pauline Perry said...

I have loved Ambleside ever since it came out and would love to win a fat quarter bundle and I would make a table runner for my dining room table so that I could see it all the time.
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Heather said...

The little chicks are perfect to go with your piggies!

Susan said...

Love your chicks - and what cute piggies! I need this bundle to make my French country inspired Farm Girl Vintage quilt! It would be perfect!

delaineelliott said...

I would make table runners with the fabric. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Crafty Ashley B said...

I love this fabric!! I am so excited that it is the one you are giving away! I'd probably use it to sew up a fun and scrappy tote for me to use!

Karen Felton said...

I have to see the fabric first but it would be something wonderful.

Michelle said...

Such a beautiful line of fabric. I would make table runners and a summer picnic quilt

Sarah@123quilt said...

I really like that cute mason jar block. I'd definitely make some of those with this bundle. Thanks for the chance to win!

Cathy said...

I have actually designed a quilt with Ambleside in mind! Thanks for the chance.

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