Friday, January 21, 2011

It's Giveaway Time again!



Hi there...so I didn't post yesterday like I thought. I spent most of the day sick in bed, and when I wasn't in bed, I wished I was.

But today is a brand new day...the sun is shining, and I am READY!
READY to post about the contest/giveaway that I am having, to celebrate...actually there's nothing really to celebrate, (except me getting out of bed)...but we are celebrating anyway!! If you already commented on my last post when I alluded to the upcoming contest/giveaway, do not worry. I will count in all of the comments from my post two days ago, and add them to the comments received hereafter on this post. So you don't have to comment yet again. Unless you want to!


The prizes are:
Grand Prize: A fat quarter bundle of my new Isabella fabric by Riley Blake!(Click Here to see the collection)
ACTUALLY: there are a few pieces missing now, on the website, that I guess are sold out. But I have all of the collection in these cuts, so there will be more pieces for the winners than shows up on the website:)



Two First Place prizes will also be awarded:
These winners will get one each of a Layer Cake (10" squares of each of the fabrics in the collection) and a Charm Pack(5" squares of each).



To enter: All you need to do is post about what you would use the fabric to make if you were to win, and then link to the contest on your blog or website if you have one. Please also include your email address so I can contact you if you are the winner. You don't have to be smart or clever, just enter! I will pick the winners using the online "radomizer", and in a week you will find out if you won! Contest officially ends Friday Jan 28th at midnight.
Good luck to all of you!

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Elvie said...

Definitely a quilt, it's beautiful fabric!

aurel311(at)yahoo(dot)com

Agnes

Steven and Ginger said...

I'd like to make a quilt!

Tiffany said...

I scoured the internet for months looking for honey buns to finish a queen size quilt of Soiree... love love love that line!

What would I do with this if I won? Wow.. what wouldn't I do? Hrmmm... if I have to pick one project it would be maybe a disappearing 9 patch because I love the color and pattern contrasts in this line. Matching pillows too ofcourse! And maybe some cute softie just for fun.

CJ said...

A full sized quilt and a baby quilt for sure! Depending on what is left over - a camera strap? pretty covered button bracelet? Rolled flowers on a headband? The fabric is SOOOOO pretty!
Glad you are feeling better - CELEBRATE that for sure!

Ellena said...

Beautiful! would love to play with those and design a quilt

DianeY said...

Well I'd use them in a quilt, too. My mouth starts salivating when I see the colors-especially the purple! I don't use it too often, but I love that shade

Abbey said...

It would be a quilt for me too!! Though with all those fat quarters, I might have to do some accessories, little girls clothes and anything else that might look cute on a girl!!

abbeyheck25@hotmail.com

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

Ooooh! Pick me! Pick me!!!
I would love to win. ;) I've been looking for a layer cake to use for a quilt - a blog friend is doing a blanket drive for Project Linus. I would LOVE to be able to use your fabric for this.
And have some leftover for something for me too. :)
Thanks for the chance!

Jessie said...

I just pulled out my Charisma Boot pattern & am looking for material for those, and my 6 year old needs a new spring wardrobe . . . some cute skirts maybe?

jessiejo987@gmail.com

Kaylee said...

I would probably also make a quilt! I love this fabric...I have a dress cut out of it, but haven't had time to sew it :(
kaylee.a.carpenter@gmail.com

Jannis said...

Oh boy so many things I could make. I would probably make a quilt for one of my great neices! jaes63@hotmail.com

Christie said...

Patchwork skirt for my girlies and cute appliques on t-shirts with the leftovers :) Glad you're feeling better!

Stacey said...

I posted a link on the top of my blog

http://luv2knit-luv2knit.blogspot.com/

I would love to win any of it, but especially the fqb. I have been quilting for a few years now, and buy as needed (and afforded) so my stash is null. I have never owned a fqb, so winning that would make me the happiest girl in the world. I would love to make a quilt, or maybe a new patchwork bag. I need a new bag. thanks

Stacey
luv2knitnsew@gmail.com

Tiffany H. said...

I have four friends all pregnant right now, and all fabric would probably be used for that purpose, although I would need to at least make a small zipper bag for my daughter and I. The line is beautiful as usual!

Anonymous said...

just to make sure I'm entered because it's such beautiful fabric, I'm entering today too.
I'm make something for my granddaughter.
SharO

Tiffany P. said...

You HAVE to pick me!! I would love to make ME and patch work top and matching "boots" (charisma pattern)
Then I would make my husband and boys matching appliqued ties on tees!! How cute would we all look?!?!

Tiffany P.
philopolisdesigns@yahoo.com

Andrea said...

I'd make a quilt, and if I had any extra I'd make a little bag.

Celeste said...

Since my quilts made with your fabrics are my favorites (Woodland Bloom and Soiree), I will definitely make a quilt!

Ranelle said...

I'd make a gorgeous girly quilt and keep it for myself for once. : )
Thanks for the opportunity.

Damaris said...

A quilt, love the colors!

RoseMary said...

I have a new grandbaby due in Aug and our first great grandbaby due in July, I would make a baby quit for one of them.
Love your blog.
grandmawillcox@zoominternet.net


Love your music.
RoseMary

rebecca said...

I see a tote with this fabric. Lots of choices for pocket accents and other misc. combinations!!

Elisabeth said...

I'm having a baby this June so I'm going to make a quilt and so throw pillows. I love all of your fabrics!!
ElisabethMifsud@gmail.com

Lis-A-Rama said...

Hi Lila, I just love your designs. Would you keep us plus-size girls in mind when you design future clothing patterns?

What would I make with a fabric stash? With the fat quarter bundle I would make the craft tote I've been wanting to get to. Butterick B5006 actually.

With the layer cake I would make the trim for the Sweet Seams boot liners.

With the charm pack I would make pillows for my bed.

Thanks so much. Ya'll all have a great day.

Mike and Jen said...

I love your fabric. I have been on a kick lately, making coin purses and tote bags. I think that your fabric would be perfect for these projects!

Dawn said...

Congratulations - Isabella looks absolutely scrumptious! I would love to stitch some bright happy cushions for my family room to put a smile on the face of everyone who enters!

Hope you're feeling better soon :-)

SillyMama said...

I have a great tablerunner idea! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

tammi said...

I would make a quilt for my "baby" girl who will be going to college in the fall. And maybe a couple of pillows.
Those are her favorite colors - it would really brighten up a dorm room.

Bec Clarke said...

Oh my goodness that is an amazing fabric giveaway.
I would make another quilt of course. Plus I have wanted to make some matching pillows or pillow covers for a while

mamabug said...

Great prizes!!! I have wanted to try a quilt with the layer cakes (seems like I am attracted to patterns using them!! thank you a million for the chance kathiebugb@gmail.com

Cate said...

I think this is my favorite line in your collection. I can see bubbly/fun skirts for summer picnics and outdoor concerts.
Cate

Kelly said...

Lila, I love your creations. If I won a prize I would make the most beautiful quilt and maybe a skirt for my 9 year old.

Kelly
kellaford@gmail.com

Kirsten said...

Those colors are so beautiful, I'd just love to show them off in a quilt of some sort!! Thanks for the chance :)

kirsten_13@hotmail.com

Laura said...

I would make a table runner for my dining room. I love the fabrics!

Sarah said...

I can't remember if I commented before (preggo brain...).

I LOVE this line! I'd love to make patchwork skirts for my girls or pillows or use it for applique or all of the above. :) thanks for the chance!

sarah8914 at gmail dot com

Mary Carole said...

I would definitely make a rag quilt...because that's what I do! :-) LOVE this line!!

~ MC

mcdolce7@yahoo.com

webmailaddress2 said...

Hope you're feeling better! I would make a quilt with your beautiful fabric.

Lesa said...

What an amazing giveaway prize! I'm really into the buntings right now and making them for birthday gifts. That's how I would use these pretty pre-cut pieces!

skippingdaisies said...

Definitely a quilt, its my new addiction-I just don't inform hubby on how much they all cost.....:)

Maureen H said...

It would be wonderful to have a quilt on my bed in these gorgeous colours! Keep posting pictures of your paintings Lila; I'm inspired to paint a canvas or two for our house after seeing the one you've just painted!! ML

Amy said...

I would make a quilt if I won the layer cake. I think the charm pack would be cute to make pin cushions or a tablerunner.

Jen said...

Oh, I love it. I think I would make a quilt for my grandmother if I won the fabric.

Emily said...

I would make either a quilt or dresses for all of my girls. I love your fabric lines and have made quilts for three of my girls with your fabrics!

Son said...

I think I would make a quilt for my mom.
son_shine7 {at} hotmail

Ann said...

Oh I love the fabric! I'd make a quilt!


notjustanothermormonmom@gmail.com

Wendy said...

Lately I've been doing a lot of sewing for my little grand daughters. This fabric would be perfect for something for them!!

SummersDesigns said...

I would love to make a quilt for my daughters bed with this! Love your fabrics, and I also linked a post on the giveaway on my blog! Thanks!
Ginger_f75@yahoo.com

Cheri C. said...

I have a baby blanket due for several people right now... So, that is what I would make with it and I would LOVE to win any of it. The shops here love you. You are one of the only Moda lines they carry. However, they don't really know Riley Blake yet (darn it!!). So, I'm thinking this line will be hard to find around the local shops and I really do try to support the local shops. Congratulations on this new line - it is WAY beautiful!!

Colleen said...

This is beautiful. I would love to make a lap quilt for my girls.
luntville@aznex.net

Lisa said...

Perfect for a quilt or table runner. Too many ideas!

Stacy said...

I have been wanting to make some cute quilts for my twin girls. This fabric would be so cute!!

Cindy Sews said...

If I win, I am going to make your Calista skirt and your Athena skirt. There are great patterns, but I haven't had a chance to make them yet! If I win, I will get them made!

bountiful quilter said...

I just finished a bag from one of your patterns for my daughter, it was a great pattern, really fun to make. Isabella is a beautiful line, I would love to win and make something for me this time!

Dandelion Quilts said...

Definitely a quilt....such lovely fabrics, thanks so much for the chance to win!

Sweet Cheeks Bowtique said...

I love this line! I would probably make a skirt or dress for my daughter. I'm also linking this to my blog. Email is sweetcheeksbowtique@gmail.com
Thanks!

Pam said...

Oh boy I love this fabric!! I would make a quilt for myself!!

Thank you so much for the chance to win!

Colleen said...

Of I think this may be used for that moda bakeshop pattern Ive been wanting to make.

Anonymous said...

I would totally make awesome matching quilted skirts for me and my little sister! Thanks for the contest! (I don't have a blog or website, but if I did, I would absolutely put this up!) tlnorrod@yahoo.com

Sally said...

Aunt Lila, Ive been learning to quilt a bit (wishing i had some of he Rector creative talent but alas...)
I'd love to win your fabric to make a quilt.

Marcia W. said...

Oh so want to win Isabella and make it into a quilt. There are several quilt alongs where would look so good - Quilt Dad's block-a-poolooza is one - and perhaps paired with solids for lizzy house's quilt along. I have sew many ideas. Thanks for this great giveaway. As an aside, I've been ill too and it just drags on. When a M.D. tells you to rest - it helps. So take care of yourself and sleep if your body tells you to do sleep.

Nancy said...

What lovely fabric. Perfect for geometric pattern that would show off the fabric so well.

thecuriousquilter said...

I am thinking table topper quilt! And I popped a link back to the giveaway on my blog, but did not see what the deadline or drawing date is...

- Mary, The Curious Quilter

barkavenuepets said...

I love this fabric. I would use it to make my granddaughter's quilt. She's as bright and cheery as your fabric

Laura said...

What beautiful fabric to create a quilt! I would love to work with those colors!

Laura

Jenniffier said...

Wow! Thanks for the giveaway. Layer cake = quilt, fat quarters = stash which could become many things, kitchen towels, quilt, pillow, who knows when the mood strikes :)

barkavenuepets said...

I love this fabric. I would use it to make my granddaughter's quilt. She's as bright and cheery as your fabric.

BarkAvenuePets@yahoo.com

Adele said...

I would make a quilt for my Mom !

I LOVE your fabrics !

Adele said...

COntest linked to my blog

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I'd probably drool over them for a few months and dig through magazines and books and blogs looking for just the EXACT thing to showcase those beautiful fabrics. A quilt? A bag? Both? How about I make up my mind, and then share it with you after it's been made? Like I said, the possibilities are endless. Beautiful fabrics.

Gale, Ky quilter said...

Lovely fabrics!!! Also glad you are feeling better. I would make a baby quilt and a couple of cute little bags for my two little grand daughters!!!
Happy Stitching!!!

gale
galew417@comcast.net

Debra said...

I would make a lap quilt to snuggle under while watching tv.

Lynnae said...

I would definitely make a quilt. I love the colors and designs. It is beautiful fabric.

l_merrell@yahoo.com

allsewnup said...

A quilt for hubby and I for our new room in our new house. Thank you for the chance to win some of your stunning fabrics.

Carolyn

Robin Quilts, etc. said...

Those are absolutely lovely fabrics. I would love to make something out of them.

Peach Rainbow said...

Hope you are feeling well now.
Thank you so much for the yummy giveaway - I think I'd love to make a quilt with them :)

Sara said...

No idea what I would do with these--maybe a sewing machine cover for my new sewing machine or a purse.

allsewnup said...

I've posted about your giveaway too.

Carolyn

Ellen said...

Thanks for the lovely giveaway. Whoever wins will be a lucky duck! I would use the fabric to make a small quilt to use on my couch. The line is so fresh & cheerful, I love it! Hope you feel better.

manybooks said...

Totally GORGEOUS fabrics! I would make a quilt for my daughter. :)

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I've never used this bold of a print before....perhaps totes for my DGDs.

I posted about your giveaway on my blog.

http://billiebeesblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/wild-and-bright-colors.html

robin said...

What rich, lovely looking fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway chance! I would make a quilt if I won. :)

I blogged about your giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/01/giveaway-at-lila-tueller-designs.html

Lizzie said...

Ooohh, with those gorgeous happy colours, definitely a quilt - for me!! I'm doing the blocks for my Eden quilt for my granddaughter Eden's birthday now, love, love it..!
Lizzie
xxx

Quiltjane said...

I would make quilt, quilts and more quilts. Tons of blocks for my block swaps and flood appeals and billions of hexagon flowers for my garden. I have placed a link to your site on my blog. Love your fabrics.

Victoria said...

There is a new grandbaby due this summer and several other little grands who love twirly skirts and pillowcases. Then there are the block swaps...and the baby dresses, and baby shoes, and special zipper pouches for special friends and daughters and moms to be. Wow, I need to win a prize!

Nancy Kirk said...

Bags, bags, bags !!! OK maybe a cute outfit for my one year old granddaughter.

Linda said...

Such pretty fabrics you design! I'd include your fabrics in a hand-piecing project I'm preparing. It's to make brightly-colored "Orange Peel" blocks, with white. Thank you for the chance to win.

Helle said...

Sure hope you are feeling better. Your fabric is gorgeous! I would make a quilt with some appliqué for our bed. Thanks for the chance. Greetings from Seoul, hesabella(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I would use it to make quilt blocks for our quilt ministry at church dawn.crews@hotmail.com

Kathy said...

Definitely something for my Grand daughters!

Janet said...

Well I would make a quilt of course. Not sure of the design yet...have to win first so I can take a good look at the fabric. :)

Brenis said...

Your fabric is just gorgeous! I would make a quilt for sure!! (c'mon mr. random generator!)

Hlee said...

Thanks for a chance to win! I would definitely make a baby quilt since I'm expecting in April and it's a girl! Yay! And also, of course, some cute baby clothes for my little princess!

Griffith Family said...

I would make a comfort quilt for a young girl in our town who was in a terrible car accident. I find comfort in fabric and I think your beautiful new line would provide her with comfort as well.

BarbaraG said...

These prints are so pretty they cry out for a quilt!

Barb Elder said...

I would make something for Norah my beautiful grand baby. She will look beautiful just like your fabric.

mokkakissa said...

Usually the fabric tells you what it wants to be... But firts you have to meet it in person. These are very nice fabrics, maybe a quilt with white...

Addie said...

Beautiful fabrics, love them! I'd have to make a quilt, or a skirt!

Anita said...

My daughter placed our granddaughter, her daughter for adoption and it became final this month. We are fortunate enough to have a wonderful family who adopted our litte princess Sloane. I would love to make her a little blanket and dress. I just want to make her something special from her other grandma.
Thank you
Anita Waldon
family_photo8@yahoo.com

Outnumbered said...

Those fabrics are gorgeous! I would use them to make a patchwork skirt or to embellish some pillows for the family room. Thanks for the giveaway.

Colleen said...

i love those fabric. i can make a dress for my daughter. i can make also a doll dress for his barbie.thanks you this beautiful giveaways

Seattle Real Estate

julie said...

A quilt, a quilt and definitly a quilt! I love your fabric! I have received your dress pattern in France, thank you so much!Good day!
Julie

I don't have web site for the link, sorry!

Renny's little things said...

i would use it to make the quilt in the new Vingette mag as I currently don't have enough fabric to do it or even start it!!!
It would be wonder ful to win
Thanks for the chance
Cheers Geniene
gbarbour4@bigpond.com

Michelle said...

What would I make? Probably a quilt for my DD2 and matching accessories!

Mama24Monkeys said...

lovely fabrics

Robyn Jordan said...

Those squares are so cute and they look like they would match the other cake layers that I am making a quilt out of!

Hannele said...

I'd like to make a quilt, probably something for our kitchen table :)

Jessica said...

What a stunning range! I would make a quilt too, for my bed! Maybe a new handbag if there is any leftovers after making pillows too!

WandaFish said...

I hope you're feeling much better now :)
Your fabrics are just gorgeous and I have so many projects I'd love to use them for! I'd definitely want to make a quilt - maybe mummy and daughter lap quilts. Inspired by the pics of your beautiful granddaughters, I'd also like to make something pretty for my girly :)
Thanks for the opportunity to win such yummy prizes.

Leah said...

I would probably make a quilt for me! I have been wanting to make a fun bag though too.
Thanks
lbroadstreet@tds.net

barcord said...

I would stroke them, look at them, show them to the one I love, make a quilt for a dear friend. I intend to make her a quilt, as she feels cold since having chemo, but havent picked fabric yet. Maybe this will be it!!!! beautiful grandaughters.

Maria Elkins said...

What beautiful fabric! I'd make a lap quilt to use while watching TV on cold nights.

liberal sprinkles said...

wow I love the colors. I would like to make a blanket out of the fabrics.

Lesly said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter to take to university in the fall. It sure is pretty!

Shellie said...

GORGEOUS!!

My baby girl needs a new quilt for her bed :) Please pick me!!

thx!

Stacey McMillan said...

my daughter is turning 13 this year, and I want to make her a quilt she can take into her older teenage years. She already adores your fabrics so I know she owuld love it

Laura said...

I would love to make a quilt and some pillows for my living room. So pretty and fresh!

Cathy said...

The fabric would be made into a quilt. I love the designn and the colors!!!! Thanks for the contest and I hope you continue to feel better!

Caro said...

What luscious fabric! I would make a quilt using large pieces to showcase the fabric rather than cutting it in small pieces. Thanks for a chance to win the great giveaway.

Toughie said...

I think this would make a very nice quilt, and a scrappy laptop bag! Thanks for the chance to win.
Cheers,
Trudy
PS: Here's my blog link http://toughiesews.blogspot.com/2011/01/g-is-for-giveaway.html

Joan and Kevin said...

I would make a quilt.

Pontos da Flávia said...

I would make a new table runner. I love those, they make the dinner table so much happier...

Staci said...

A quilt! I would make a quilt with those lovely fabrics. And I would give it as a Christmas gift in December.
Thanks for a chance!

Jen of ReannaLily Designs said...

Oooh, if I won, I think I'd make a very patchworky slip cover for my padded ottoman in the living room. That would be a VERY fun addition to the room.

reannalilydesigns@hotmail.com

Lee said...

my sister mentioned how she loves this fabric and if i win I am making her a quilt with it!
thanks!

SewLindaAnn said...

I would make a quilt for myself, which I've never done.

Colleen said...

I put a link on my blog.

Mimi said...

This fabric is calling spring and we sure need some of that around here!! Living north of the Great Lakes in a deep freeze for what seems forever - this bundle of fabric would warm me up! I would make a lap quilt and matching pillows. Thanks for the chance!

micheletimms at gmail dot com

Sew Cute Colleen said...

I have several expecting friends, and these will be beautiful and chic trimming burp cloths and backed with minky fabric for bibs.

Penny said...

Ooooh..I would make pouches, table runners, wall hangings, patchwork bags and a scarf..if there are any left over! Thanks for the chance.

jennifer said...

Glad your feeling better. I would probably make more yo yos . One of these days I might have enough to make a coverlet. Thanks

Petit Design Co. said...

These fabrics would make a nice quilt for me! I'd love to post about your giveaway but would like to know when the contest/giveaway ends.

Karen said...

I see a quilt in my future with your fabric all over it. I'd LOVE to win this fabulous collection of fabric. Thanks and glad you're feeling better.

Connie said...

My mother and I make a quilt for every one of her grandchildren as they graduate from high school. We started with my daughter and now we will be working on my a quilt for my oldest niece. This fabric looks sophisticated and fabulously fun for a young lady leaving childhood behind and starting out into the great big world.

Connie said...

Sorry forgot my email address:
gray12cg@aol.com Thanks

Sandy said...

I would make a quilt.

Karen said...

Ooh definitely some cute handbags, and maybe a baby blanket. Love this line!!!

Mommarock said...

I would like to make a purse with this beautiful fabric, or perhaps a nice big bag.. so that I could carry it with me wherever I go. It is fantastic!

Mommarock said...

I posted about your giveaway on my blog over at http://runtomomma.blogspot.com/2011/01/fabric-giveaway-at-lila-tueller-designs.html

Mariliz said...

I love Riley Blake! I would make a tote bag. Thanks.

ANudge said...

Lila, such beautiful colors - definitely a quilt for my guest room so I can show it off.

deborah said...

Gorgeous fabric! I would definitely make a quilt!

Beth said...
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ANudge said...

I've posted about your giveaway and luscious fabric at
http://quiltingreadersgarden.blogspot.com/2011/01/its-giveaway.html

Hope I win!
Angie
anudge(at)gmail(dot)com

Pokey said...

You have such pretty fabric designs! I don't know if it would be a throw quilt or table runner, but I know it would make me smile
:-}pokey

Holloway Family said...

I would love to be entered into the drawing. The beautiful colors and patterns!

Pam in Brussels, Belgium

Beth said...
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Stormy Days said...

They would make their way into a quilt, I don't know what pattern, but it will be a quilt. Thanks.

Beth said...

I would make a patchwork bag for myself and probably my sister too! Oh, and I'd have to make something pretty for my momma!

Sarah said...

I would make my daughter a fun outfit for Easter and maybe a fun tote for me :) Thank you for sharing your family and life with us
msnoyes@rangeweb.net

Anonymous said...

What wonderful fabric. Your designs are fabulous

Freda said...

Hope you are feeling much better. I have a 10 year old granddaughter that would love a quilt made from those fabrics.

Potpourri said...

I'd make something lovely for my daughter who is a new mother. She loves the Riley Blake fabrics.

Strictly Sewing said...

I'm linking this contest to my blog. I'm expecting my third in July and crossing my fingers it's another girl. So, if it is a girl I would make her a quilt for her bed since my others daughters have Woodland Bloom and Soiree quilts. It would make it a complete set. If it isn't a girl, I'll make patchwork skirts for the two girls I have.

The Wilted Magnolia said...

First I would sneak a piece or two out for myself...then give it to a friend who is housebound and loves to quilt! Win, win situation!

Thank you, a lovely giveaway!

Heather said...

I would make a spring version of the Pink Fig patchwork skirt that I made for my daughters in the fall! I love that pattern. IF there were any pieces left I would make a patchwork bag for them to match...or maybe a pillow...or a throw quilt... Whatever I made it would be BEAUTIFUL with that fabric!!
thgaines6(at)att(dot)net

Beth said...

Shoot, I forgot to leave you my email address and the link to my blog!
punkpreppy@hotmail.com
Blog post: http://keepingtheshinysideup.blogspot.com/2011/01/fabric-giveaway-is-just-sew-nice.html

Ana said...

I'm for a quilt too. I made one out of your Santorini fabrics and learnt a lot about colour combining, so this one would have solid colour borders between each pattern to show off the prints better.

stashavalanche[at]gmail[dot]com

Jamie Mueller @ SunFlower Seeds said...

This is so generous!! I would make a quilt for myself which I never do!! Thanks for the chance!!

scottylover said...

Yummy fabrics! I think I would use them to make a quilt for my niece Emily. I haven't made her one yet and these are some fabrics she would love! Thanks for the chance to win them!

Sandy A

JayTee said...

It would be a quilt...I have several patterns that I plan on making this year...this would be perfect for one

Melinda said...

I'd donate some to my friend who makes quilts for the homeless. I'd use her scraps for the teabag bookmarkers I give away at book signings of Grow Old With Me, my novel.

MollyP said...

OMGoodness. I think Isabella is just gorgeous. I seem to waver between making quilts and bags most of the time. Probably both would be made with the winnings. The prints are so vibrant. Thanks for a lovely giveaway!!

molly_dye(at)hotmail(dot)com

Kelly said...

Oh, the possibilities are endless. I'd make a quilt. Something with bigger blocks to show off those wonderful patterns.

Barb said...

I think some pillows and/or a tabletopper to brighten up my living room would be awesome in Isabella.

MosaicMagpie said...

I am a Crazy Quilter and these fabrics would be great to use in a contemporary piece. I also want a cute camera strap cover so these would work great for that. Maybe a headband to 2 too!
Deb

Quiet Quilter said...

Some kind of bright colorful quilt to celebrate spring..which is when I might be through with it!

Kim said...

Oh these fabrics are so beautiful and fun. My daughter is getting ready to move into her first apartment ane these fabrics would make some beautiful pillows to throw around her new living room.

gill said...

A quilt for my daughter who is leaving home for uni in September

deserae said...

I love this line! I would make a quilt for sure!

Amber White said...

Beautiful fabric! I would make a quilt and maybe an iPad cover.

dooddles said...

Ooo how I would LOVE to win! WHat would I do with the fabric? SO many ideas... a quilt, bags, pillows... and on and on. I blogged so my friends wouldn't miss out!

passingdowncrazy said...

I can't tell you what it would be. Fabric has to live at my house, hanging out on the counter for a while. Then it tells me what it wants to be!!! I'm pretty sure this fabric would talk to me in a hurry!!!

Maria said...

I would make "what the fab tell me to". Often they decide more than me. And I would love that with theese fabs!!!

octoberzephyr said...

ooooooh! so exciting! isabella is not only one of my top ten favorite names, but also what appears to be a scrumptious fabric line. so excited! quilt! quilt! quilt! :D

Amy said...

Like a lot of others, I would make a quilt. I just got the Urban Cabin pattern from Atkinson Design and I think these fabrics would be fantastic in it! Keeping my fingers crossed :)

amyjoy98@earthlink.net

Terri. said...

I would make a quilt. The fabric is so beautiful!
tshaw6580@yahoo.com

apple blossom said...

My daughter #2 graduates from HS in a few years and need to get going and thinking about a quilt for her.

This would help in the inspiration. thanks.

I posted about our giveaway too.

http://abis-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com/2011/01/quilters-delight-giveaway_22.html

Pat said...

Lila, I would love try my hand at making a Purse or a quilt. you know how much I love your stuff. I really need some projects in Las Vegas. I would tell everyone down here about your stuff. I do have a couple of. Bags down here that people are always asking about.

Jessica said...

I would probably make a skirt or a quilt, can't decide! The fabric is gorgeous :)
I posted about your giveaway here:
http://quiltyhabit.blogspot.com/2011/01/quilty-habit-2.html

corinne said...

I would make a quilt or little girl dress from the fat quarter; apron or pillows from the layer cake: pot holders from the charm pack. I love your fabric collections. Thank you for the great givaway

The Capps said...

I love Riley Blake fabrics! I am into purse making right now and quilts so I would probably make a purse or quilt depending on which fabric I win! I have also posted about your giveaway on my blog! Thanks for the giveaway!
Christine
http://thefabricjunkie.blogspot.com/

beth said...

beautiful fantastic fabric! Can't wait to make a quilt

Doina said...

Great giveaway! Please count me in! Thanks for the chance!

Jenny said...

im a quilter...so little doubt what these fabrics would become at my house!

dara said...

You are in inspiration- you look amazing for 49- 7 kids and designing. I am also LDS, have 4 kids and love to create. This is a beautiful line. Congrats.

Laura said...

What beautiful fabric. I would make a beautiful quilt, maybe a log cabin, for my daughter.

Shel said...

I want to make a quilted wall hanging for my daughter's room with some left over for a cute matching patchwork pillow.

thanks for the chance!

shel704 at aol dot com

annmarie said...

BEUtiful fabric! Would need to make a quilt with it for sure - something with large blocks to show off the forgeous large prints. Thanks for the chance to win. BTW - love your blog music!

Rosmarinus said...

I would use this gorgeous fabric for a quilt for my niece who is about to go off to college next fall.

rosmarinusdesignsATyahoo.com

heleen said...

What a lovely quilt it would make. I love the fabrics.

M said...

I would definitely make a gorgeous quilt for my twin girls...hopefully I can squeeze two out of it!!!!

Caroline said...

Would definatly make a quilt with the fabric ! And maybe some placemats/potholders/mugrugs with any fabric left over ;)

Caroline~

Kristie said...

Looks like I am hardly original, but I too would make a beautiful quilt with this gorgeous fabric! Thanks for the giveaway.

Patchworkheike said...

I would make a quilt or a special bag. These fabrics are wonderful.
glaserdotheike(at)webdotde
happy sewing
Heike

Linda Henderson said...

My daughter and I were just discussing how we wanted to learn to quilt. I think we would try to make a quilt for one of her children.

seriousreader at live dot com

Kristin said...

I would love to win this fabric! It's so beautiful!! I would make one of my daughters a quilt and then maybe a cute skirt!
kristinchambers79@gmail.com

Quiltin' Sandy said...

What gorgeous fabric!!! I would make a lovely bag to hold my cutting mat and all of my quilting tools. :)
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Isabel said...

Bueno no se si desde España puedo participar en el concurso y si no puedo me siento muy contenta de conocer este blog tan magnifico me encanta todos tus trabajos muchas felicidades y un saludo desde el sur de España.

Dolly said...

Please enter me in your giveaway.
I would use the fabrics to make another lovely quilt, what else?

My fabric stash is sadly old, and I am trying to update it, but on my budget, it is slow going. These would be such a wake up call for my sewing room.

You can buzz me at biking underscore dot at yahoo dot com

Thank you !

Diana Davis said...

Most definitely a quilt, but this one for me! I love that fabric!!!!

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