Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Hillary Lang

on June 19 | in Contributors, Products | by | with 544 Comments

We’re having such fun with our series of Guest Fat Quarter Pack Designers! Today Hillary Lang from Wee Wonderfuls lends a hand with her vintage storybook-inspired selection of twelve fat quarters. Our favorite doll and toy patterns come from Hillary, in addition to some wonderful embroidery and hand-sewing patterns. Hillary can whip up the screen printed folkster doll of your dreams (or do you prefer topsy turvys, bunnies, bears, and more?…). Whether it’s a cute little dress, a big new box or a quilt, the projects Hillary shares are always beautiful, fun, approachable and inspired. We fell in love with Hillary’s doll quilt wall for her June baby (Phoebe just turned two!) so it’s fitting Hillary chose her fat quarter pack with baby quilts on her mind. Psst: Don’t miss Oscar’s room too, for a shot of green/boy inspiration.

Hillary’s hard at work on her eagerly anticipated new book! The STC/Melanie Falick Books publication will be full of toy and doll patterns (and a huge success; we predict happy new communities of Hillary-inspired toys and dolls popping up near you very soon!).

From Hillary:

I have to admit I had baby quilts on the brain when I picked these. I have a new niece or nephew on the way and I think these would make a lovely baby quilt for a boy or a girl. I love these colors together, they look like they jumped off the page of one of our favorite vintage storybooks.

The fabrics:

The Hillary Lang Mix Fat Quarter Packs are currently available in the shop. Tell us what you would make with this beautiful selection of fat quarters or tell us about your favorite Hillary Lang creation. Have you recently crafted a Wee Wonderfuls-inspired project? We’ll select a winner from the comments to win one of the packs! (You’ll also be eligible to win this week’s Sewing Machine Month prizes: the General Sewing Package from Husqvarna/Viking, or one of four $20 gift certificates to Sew,Mama,Sew!.)

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544 Responses to Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Hillary Lang

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  3. Rebecca says:

    Loving these guest fat quarter packs. Such a good idea. And this one would be an amazing starting point for a quilt for my son.

  4. Lauren Petrucci says:

    I would love this, it inspires many projects for my little ones.

  5. jen says:

    my favorite set so far!

  6. I have just begun quilting and would love to have these fat quarters to play with – fantastic selections!

  7. Sue Tesoriero says:

    I can see a cute swirly skirt for my 2 year old. Like the idea of girly and no pink!

  8. alison says:

    i love all of hillary’s patterns, but i too would make a baby quilt with this pack!

  9. mariana says:

    Hei! I lOooOve Hilary’s work… I first spotted her when she did the hand-sewned butterfly… I did a pointy kitty but some more projects are.. on line to be done! With these fabric, I’d probably do some purses and pouches (my fav accesories to have and give)

  10. Astreia says:

    very cute!!!

  11. Carra says:

    I would make a quilted pillow with pockets to hold the Bear and Bunny Dolls I made from Hillary’s wonderful (FREE) pattern!
    Thanks for being so inspiring!

  12. daniela says:

    this will be a beautiful summer wardrobe for my niece’s dolls. :)

  13. Tiff says:

    Such great picks. I would some sweet pants for my little boy and maybe something for the baby that is on the way(quilt, bibs, soft blocks). The possibilities are endless.

  14. HPENNIE says:

    These are so cute – I wouldn’t want to tuck them away, but rather, display them. I would use them to embellish some adorable kids clothes….cuff, collare, or waistands and pockets – too cute! This is a fabulous blog and it is inspiring to me (and helps me get my butt in gear when I feel lazy, too!)

    Keep up the fab work!

  15. Rachel says:

    Wow, I think those are so cute! Could be used for lots of adorable things. I am pondering my next quilt project. Maybe if I win these I could use them!

  16. Jen J says:

    I’ve embroidered Hillary’s picnic embroideries – so cute! Those fabrics would be great for a doll quilt for my two year old!

  17. Sharon says:

    My own nephew (aka elephant boy) just designed a pillow for and end of year gift for his teacher — he’d have a blast with this collection.

  18. Susie q says:

    couldn’t resist making them into clothes and matching doll clothes for my long legged
    charlotte

  19. Jessica says:

    I think I would have to make a mini quilt or something of the sort. With some embroidery of course!

  20. sara says:

    Wow! This is a very cute pack! I really like the fabric with the little elephants. I’ve made a few wee wonderful projects (loved them all) but I think my favorite is definitely big footed bunny. I hope there are more of these FQ packs. Looks like they’ve already sold out!

  21. Lisa says:

    I love Hilary’s turtle, it is so cute, and I love that my 14 year old son wants me to make him one! Great fabric choices, I’d make some fun patchwork pillows for my kids to read on.

  22. Kim says:

    Love the selections. I have a weakness for cute little elephants! I recently made 3 adorable wee wonderful dolls with that great yarn hair for my nieces.

  23. Gretchen says:

    I love those! I’d have to actually try my hand at a quilt with those fabrics!! I love Hillary’s style :)

  24. Emma says:

    That fabric would make a lovely baby quilt or a very cute patchwork bag. I have just the right pattern in a Japanese craft book.
    Hillary Lang’s beautiful dolls inspired me to make a doll for my daughter.

  25. julie says:

    I love the cute little tops Hillary makes for her daughter. I’ll probably use these to do some of the same!

  26. Wendy says:

    A baby quilt for my best friend! I can’t wait, she has tried for 2 years so this is very special! -Wendy

  27. Maryam Y says:

    aww, the elephant fabric is so cute.

  28. Jen S. says:

    What a great collection of fabrics! I’ve been using a lot of pinks lately in projects for my daughter, so these are so refreshing. I would probably use these fabrics for my 2-year old son. I can’t wait to see Hillary’s new book; there’s bound to be some great toys perfect for boys and he has been requesting a creation. Count me in!

  29. elena says:

    I agree, a baby quilt would be perfect with this pack

  30. kristy says:

    I love these fabrics!

    I would probably make my son a quilt with these fabrics, its about time to get him a big boy bed and new quilt would go great with it! :)

  31. Colima says:

    I LOVE all of those selections, they are fabulous! I think have been thinking about making a purse type bag that would be maybe like patchwork-y so those fabrics might be fun to piece together like that!

  32. Cristina says:

    The robot I co-created with my son is one of my all-time favorite sewing projects. We embellished the control panel with shrinky-dink dials and screens he invented himself and it’s still a favorite toy around here years after I made it.

  33. Kirsten says:

    Well, a baby quilt of course. I made the free wee bunny pattern for my trio of little ones for Easter. They turned out so cute!

  34. This would mike a nice little clipcover set for my new nephew’s toddler size antique chairs!

  35. Shannon says:

    Love the colors! I would like to make Hilary’s Mr. and Mrs. Gnome.

  36. maria julia varela says:

    I love the combination of browns and oranges and light blue. Designs are wonderful. I would like make my first quilting for a doll. In my country you don`t find this kind of fabrics, i love it!

  37. Jane says:

    Love the designer look of these fasbrics. I would love to try to make some nesting boxes out of them. I’ve made the wee bunny and gave it away as a baby shower gift a coupl eof months a go and it was well received. With the nostalgic, modern look of these fabrics, I think they would be great for my Grandson antique toys theme in his nursery.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway, it’s fun when everybody is a winner, just by sharing, dreaming and creating.

    Jane

  38. Nicole says:

    I have several friends who have just given birth or who will be due soon, and I am due in September. I envision lots of darling babies shoes with coordinating bibs. Such darling fabric picks!

  39. Dee says:

    I need to make a quilt for my daughter who just moved into her own big (little really) bed!
    Pick ME!

  40. Page says:

    I am familiar with Wee Wonderfuls blog and Hillary has quite a knack for putting things together. This was very well done. (: ~Page

  41. Amazingly cute combo! I would make a little crib quilt for my baby boy due this fall!

  42. eriejeg says:

    I have several of these fabrics, but I never would have put them all together! Genius!

  43. Kathleen says:

    i’ve been reading Wee Wonderfuls for over three years now & Hillary never ceases to inspire me with her love of children’s illustrations & her WIPs. i wish i had her deft fairy fingers ! :) i think i’d swoon to get this lovely pack of fabrics.

  44. Elizabeth says:

    Love it! Nice to see her rockin’ the boy colours.

  45. Gretel E says:

    These are the most wonderful unisex colours! I have THREE babies being born into my family within the month and they will all be needing some little tiny baby shoes and patchwork fabric balls!

  46. Cathy Trahan says:

    I love these fabrics and would make a wall quilt for my two boys who will be moving out of my room and into their own room later this year!

  47. Lara says:

    Hillary Lang is my favorite and I love these fabrics! I think they would be perfect for a garland for my apartment. I have made her Kit Chloe and Louise dolls and my sisters and I are addicted to her embroidery patterns. So sweet.

  48. ginger says:

    Oooooh, these would be perfect for my wagon-quilt project! Summer has finally arrived in the midwest and my wee ones need a bit of padding in the ol’ Radio Flyer. Hillary is such a talent; can’t wait for her book!

  49. Alison says:

    Fabulous! I have some many babies coming into my life soon, and these would all make the most adorable kimono’s from Heather Ross’s new book! xoxo

  50. Denise says:

    LOVE these fabrics! I can see cute little pants with coordinating cuffs and pockets for my little guy. . .

  51. Kristy Adewumi says:

    I would actually make a wee elephant from Hillary’s pattern in the book ‘Patchwork + Quilted gifts’. I have made a number of Hillary’s patterns and have loved them all. They are always easy to follow and make for extraordinary gifts.

  52. Trudie says:

    I can definitely see some really great purses out of these fabrics and cute diaper bags, too!

  53. Amanda B says:

    Love the mouse print in the upper right corner! What a great color combo these make!

  54. Jessica says:

    Yep – baby quilt. Fo sho. Love the combo!

  55. Elke says:

    Very inspiring selection. Tempting to try my very first quilt for my latest son, who is joining the “elephant group” in kindergarten, soon.

  56. hayley says:

    My favorite Hillary creation are her free (!) paper doll downloads. When my first daughter was three and sick in bed, I printed and cut these out, and introduced them to her. She loved them and kept them for a long time. Hillary is so generous with her creativity and talent; she’s been a real inspiration. Thanks for the opportunity!

    secretcake (at) yahoo (dot) com

  57. Chrysalis says:

    Those are such cute fabrics- I would love to make a little pinwheel quilt for my baby due in Oct.

  58. Jessica B says:

    I would definitely make a photo baby book for my nephew many states away. I LOVE the elephants:)

  59. Rebecca L. says:

    I’m not sure what I would make with the FQs. I would have to “live” with them for a while. But a quilt for my little girl would be so cute!

  60. I think I would make a little quilt with this to hang on the wall in my son’s room!

  61. emily says:

    I love Hillary’s creations so I knew that I’d love her choice of fat quarters! I don’t have much experience with quilting, but I don’t know how you could do anything else with this fantastic collection of fabric! I would love to make a quilt for one of the many friends I have that are pregnant. Or if I fall in love with it, I might have to keep it for future offspring of my own!

  62. Helen says:

    i love it! i’m expecting at the end of the year and was looking for fabric ideas for a baby quilt. don’t know yet whether it’s boy or girl, but these patterns would be wonderful for either…

  63. Mary says:

    I love all Hilary’s creations at Wee Wonderfuls. I ordered her hand sewing patterns for the snail, butterfly, turtle, etc. and I love them! Would love to win this pack of fabrics!

  64. Jessica says:

    I think these would make the cutest patchwork pillowcovers! Thanks for sharing!

  65. Melissa H. says:

    I would love to make some baby bibs or burp cloths with these!

  66. jam says:

    Would love to use Hillary’s picks for a baby quilt. I think they will work well for a boy or girl. I’ve made Hillary’s bunnys and also used her stitchery “dream” patterns for 2 Christmas Quilts.

  67. jam says:

    I love Hillary’s fat quarter picks. I have to make a baby quilt, too, but don’t know if it’s going to be for a boy or a girl. I think Hillary’s picks will be great for either. I have made Hillary’s bunnys and also used her stitchery “dream” patterns for two Christmas quilts.

  68. Elizabeth says:

    I’m in love with the Elephant Alphabet on Brown. I’m picturing an adorable jumper for a little girl.

  69. Metanoia says:

    I think I would do as suggested and make a baby quilt using the fabrics. I just found out today that a good friend is expecting her second boy and I promised her last week I would make a quilt once she told me if she needed pinks or blues. The elephants and apples are adorable!

  70. Bethany says:

    I think I would make patchwork dresses for my little girls! I can see little jumpers or sundresses!

  71. Elyse Mullis says:

    Anna Maria Horner has a really cute pin cushion in her book that I would love to make out of these fatquarters. So pretty! Thanks for sharing! -Elyse

  72. Teresa says:

    These fabrics would make a lovely quilt for a baby boy or girl. They’d also be great for a padded cushion to brighten up the bench seat in my new porch.

  73. By LuLu says:

    There is a lovely little girl who would just love the elephant print in a skirt! Plus I’m eyeing a few of those to make myself a new bag! The fabrics are just great. I think I would take all the great pieces and turn them into a small baby quilt. I love this collection!

    ~LuLu

  74. water works says:

    I love the pearl bracelet pattern and colorway. I’m choosing fabrics for a spaceboy from her pattern this week…a gift for a special boy I know. Love the pack and folk tale theme.

  75. jenn says:

    I’d love to make some cute summer dresses for my little one, or maybe a fun purse for my niece.

  76. Penguin Treats says:

    These fabrics would make a great addition to the wardrobe of Kit, Chloe & Louise or a big foot bunny.

    Thanks for the great patterns Hillary!

  77. Claudia says:

    I really like the combination of the chosen fabrics. I would make a patchwork pillow for a little one.

  78. Aubrey Leong says:

    So cute! I would make a quilt for my nephew!

  79. Brina says:

    I would do a log cabin square to quilt and hang in my sons room. what a fun project this would be! thanks for the chance to win this combo quarters

  80. casey says:

    ahh! so cute!

  81. Jenny says:

    im sure i would make a baby quilt with such lovely fabrics…must look up ms. langs stuff, love her fabric combo’s so im sure i would like her work.
    thanks!

  82. Alissa says:

    What a great combination of fabrics!

  83. Melanie says:

    What a cute collection! I’m thinking a stuffed ball would be very cute, or maybe a travel playmat, or boppy cover. Numbered bean bags, for throwing into buckets, or counting, might also be an idea.

  84. wendy says:

    Those are gorgeous! They’d make a lovely baby quilt, or a wee purse :)

  85. coffeechris says:

    I would make a nursery ensemble – quilt, bumper pads etc. The color choices are awesome. Maybe a diaper bag and sling. I love Hilary’s work and look forward to her upcoming book.

  86. I’m loving all of these “celebrity” FQ packs. I would love to use this one for a pillow.

  87. Brier Minor says:

    these fabrics scream little toddler clothes and sweet messenger bags!

  88. Virginia Rosenthal says:

    My favorite thing to make with FQ’s are either credit card holders (for stashing in small purses when I don’t have room for a wallet) or patchwork cosmetic bags. These designs shown above are so pretty.

  89. Kellie Morgan says:

    Thanks so much. I think I would make a small Happy Hour quilt. I love all of them, especially the elephants! What a great giveaway!

  90. Cayce says:

    I love this combo! the elephants are my favorite. i have a zillion very girly projects going on right now…these prints would be a great relief to all the pink-ness!

  91. Carla says:

    I would love to use the plaid diamonds for a school girl pleated skirt for my daughter. She would just look darling in it.

  92. So funny how the fat quarter packs definitely bring to my remind the person who picked them… these are totally Hillary style fabrics!

  93. Andrea Powers says:

    All Hillary’s creations are adorable – I’ve made wee bunny and pointy kitty.

  94. Debbi Crane says:

    I would make a super-cute purse and some tiny doll dresses!

  95. I would make a pillow because these fabrics are so dreamy!!!! lol…such a great combo.

    I think i would pair the chandelier yerrow + elephant alphabet brown for a lovely baby blanket, perhaps a wooby w/brown plush minky!!

  96. Nichole says:

    I love the subdued, vintage-looking colors of this collection. She is right – straight from the pages of a vintage children’s book! I would make new patchwork reading pillows for the reading corner of my kids’ playroom with these. Our old ones are in desperate need of replacing and these would be so fun and perfect for the room. Thanks for putting this together, Hillary and SMS!

  97. Tiiu says:

    I have been a Hilary fan for so long and was also surprised that her daughter turned two. It seems like just a moment ago I was reading about her impending arrival as my son had just been born. Now, I have a second child, a daughter named Daisy May. After making my first quilt for my son Hayden (http://ourhalfnhalf.blogspot.com/2006/09/quilt-top.html), I’m excited to make one for my daughter. I think these fat quarters would be perfect, especially the one with Daisies all over it. Love it.

  98. Brynne says:

    Those are gorgeous! Doing everything I can to stop myself from buying them RIGHT NOW!

  99. Mrs Eye says:

    Vintage storybook collection, indeed!!
    These would make a great backing (or front?) to the quilt I’m making my two-year-old for her big girl bed. The color combinations are bright and timeless. Thank you for the inspiration!

  100. carolyn says:

    Any fabric that incorporates pachyderms is automatically fabulous.

  101. Andrea says:

    I make the old fashioned “grab balls” for all the new babies our friends and family add to the world. They are fun to make and always end up being one of the baby’s favorite toys. Hilary’s fabric picks fabrics are just perfect for a truly retro/old fashioned look. Love ‘em!!

  102. Tina says:

    I love these colors and patterns together! I’ve been making colored pencil rolls from Pink Chalk Studio’s pattern; these would be wonderful to use for my next batch!

  103. Sally says:

    I would love to make another doll from any of Hillary’s patterns. Then it would be so fun to also make a corresponding doll quilt. I just think doing those two things together makes a really cute gift for just about anyone.

  104. Laura says:

    The fabrics are all so beautiful! I would make some wonderful bags and purses with them.

  105. Mary says:

    I’ve been reading her blog for a while now, and I’m so happy to see that she put together a fat quarter pack. I’d love to make a picnic blanket with those fabrics.

  106. I love the guest fat quarter pack :) These would make a lovely little quilt!

  107. kelley says:

    i love the little gnomes by hillary! they are so stinkin cute and quite easy to make ;)

  108. Casey says:

    My, oh, my, I love this mix! I would make a little birdhouse with birds for my goddaughter, who just turned two. Or maybe a quilt for the dolls she just received for her birthday!

  109. stacey says:

    Oh, I would love to make anything inspired by Hilary – I love her dollies – and her postcards, the ones with her dolls in many scenes. So I would say a little doll quilt would be a perfect thing to create with these darling prints.

  110. pound says:

    i’d make a little quilt for my baby boy. i already made one before he was born, but it’s pretty big. i could make a cute baby sized one!

  111. anna w says:

    Oh, the lovely fabrics! They are calling my name…I think a little summer dress (or 2 or 5) for my little girly would definitely be in order, and maybe a tiny robe (like little Bess’s in Robert McClosky’s Blueberries For Sal – I’ve always loved that!)

  112. Julie says:

    What a terrific fat quarter pack. I can’t wait for Hillary’s book!

  113. Krista says:

    I would make a quilt like the Avalon quilt in the book material obsession. I’ve been looking for something for that that would work for a boy or a girl.

  114. Christina says:

    love this combination! especially the last 5 or 6 – the teals, browns, oranges! i would make a few cute pairs of children’s pants
    christinaleigh1 at gmail dot com

  115. Sue A says:

    I just took a class from Sally Schneider called Mary’s Triangles and this fabric would make a beautiful quilt in that technique, the larger prints looking great in the HST and the smaller prints for the smaller patches. Love this beautiful and springy looking collection, can’t help but feel good just looking at it!

  116. Veronica Rinker says:

    HI, I l’d love to make a baby quilt and a have a few patterns from Hilary but my Boy likes the Bunny.

  117. Claudia says:

    These are lovely, I can’t even pick a favorite….I think I will just have to make a doll-quilt projects, with different doll accessories, all matching, but with a variety of mixes and colors…..oh please please please let me win one…..

  118. Claudia says:

    I keeb looking at all of these, and aside fom loving how they all work together, I just can’t pick a favorite – these fabrics are so cute and have such lovely colors and designs, I can hardly stand it….yummy!! I think there is some serious doll-quilting (same fabrics, various squate-patterns) in my future…my daughter will love it!!

  119. Julia M. In MI says:

    I would make the wall hanging that has been living in my head for the past six months. Gotta just get the right fabric to get it started.

  120. Christen says:

    What a great combination of fabrics. I love to see what people put together, I have a hard time imagining different fabrics together, like this. Oh, the creativity!

  121. Amy says:

    I love Hillary’s fabric selection! It truly is the perfect pallette for either a boy or a girl. Bravo! I would definitely purchase this pack to make a quilt for my new baby girl due at the end of September.

  122. Aubrey says:

    I’d love to make some cute baby shoes, and maybe even a library bag for my newest nephew, Caleb.

  123. Cynthia I says:

    Ooh, these are lovely. I think a skirt would be really fun or some doll quilts. I may be tempted to stretch myself and try one of her adorable animals.

  124. christine says:

    I have so much love for these fabric choices and for Hillary :-) my first sewn doll was her ‘olive’ doll. Love her blog – so inspiring! My daughter would love a quilt from these fabrics!

  125. Beth says:

    I have always loved browns – my closet is full of them. I love all fabrics with denim and linen – so I would work on some combinations for bags and linens – pillowcases or trim for towels!

  126. Barbara says:

    I’ve had fun the last couple months making cotton overalls for my little boy (he’s just 6 months old now). It would be so fun to make him a patchwork pair of overalls from all these beautiful fabrics!

  127. Kay Taylor says:

    What a great collection of fabrics! I’d love to make a quilt for my soon-to-be great-nephew from them. How cute.

  128. Lisa says:

    Those are great fabrics. I love the elephants! Great picks…

  129. mary says:

    My Maddie is in love with anything orange and I’ve been wanting to make a new duvet for her. The fq pack would be just the thing to get me started.

  130. Deborah says:

    I’ve been following the Wee Wonderfuls blog for about two years now, and love it. I’ve made several of her toys, including Pointy Kitty, and have more projects lined. I also quilt so, naturally, I’m drawn to fat quarter packs. Hilary’s choices are adorable!! Making baby quilts from fat quarter packs is sooooo much fun!

    Deborah at DebzTalkin

  131. katherine says:

    so pretty! i’d use the fabric for new pillowcase and sheet trim for our new bedroom in our new house! (to be purchased tomorrow, oh lord…)

  132. emily says:

    I would use the fabrics to make a mini quilt to hang on my daughter’s wall. Lovely fabric choices! xo e

  133. brooke Gates says:

    so sweet! i wouldn’t know where to begin! i think i would sit and stare at them for awhile and then wait for inspiration to come.

  134. Jenifer says:

    I’ve been obsessed with making two-sided tote bags lately (one side is a fat quarter). I’d definitely make up a whole posse of ‘em! So excited to hear about the book, too, I’ve made her elephant from LMPQG several times and have never failed.

  135. Elissa Davis says:

    I am making my second Wee Wonderfuls Robot right now! For my own new nephew!
    Hillary’s taste and patterns are impeccable!

  136. jane says:

    would love to take a crack at these, maybe a hexagon type thing?

  137. Gail says:

    I Love Hillary!!! And I adore all things Wee and Wonderful! I have made Wee Bunnies, and my personal favorite the Chloe doll for my daughter :) . Her patterns are FABULOUS, and worth purchasing! I can not wait for her new book. I would make some new clothes for Gina’s “chloe” doll with this gorgeous FQ pack! Maybe even a diaper bag for Gina to carry her doll and clothes in!

  138. Valerie says:

    I have a new house & a baby boy, so will use the fabric with ease! But I do thing that the best use for Hillary’s selections would be one of her patterns.

    Back story: I’ll admit I’m a wee wonderfuls collector (I have nearly all of her embroidery & toy patterns & two of her dolls that she sent to my daughter last year when meeting a fellow craft artist–imacraftartist.blogspot.com–was her Make-A-Wish Foundation wish, but we couldn’t arrange our schedules before Marian’s bone marrow transplant). My favorite of Hillary’s patterns are the Handsewing for Fun series. The trifold cards are so sweetly designed and the little animals simply delicious. Hillary’s blog was the first craft blog I started following religiously, 3 years ago when I moved to a small town with no crafting friends and my daily internet craft fix saved my sanity. I fell in love with her work when I was searching for tiny felt animal patterns and found a delightful small felt crowned turtle among her flickr albums (I think she linked it in a craftster.org post) and I spent quite a bit of time trying to sketch a pattern to replicate it. When I saw that a pattern for the turtle queen was in the works, I was really-too-excited-to-be-a-grown-up about it and bought the series right away. My daughter went to her first day of first grade with the sweet turtle buddy in her backpack for luck (the other got an equally wonderful butterfly, http://purplepetunialife.blogspot.com/2007/09/back-to-school-with-wee-wonderfuls.html).

    Which is the very long way to this point: both the turtle and butterfly Handsewing for Fun patterns use scraps of cotton for visual interest on their shells and wings, respectively, and using Hillary’s FQ selections for those wee and wonderful panels would be darling and I swear if I win to do it and show you pictures. The end!

  139. Tina says:

    A baby quilt or doll quilt would be really cute, of course. I think it would be fun to make a selection of things with the fabrics. Maybe a doll quilt, and some fabric boxes, a little organizer, a crayon roll, etc, etc. Hillary did a great job, they all really go together well. I love these guest FQ designer features!

  140. MzTallulah says:

    I love following Hillary’s blog, and I’ve made a bunch of her bunnies one Easter for all the kids in the family. Now that I have a baby of my own, I’m looking forward to her book!

  141. Rachel says:

    Ooh I LOVE LOVE LOVE these fabrics, especially the elephants. I would love to win them. I would use them to create softies. Perhaps a mouse made of elephant fabrics and a elephant made of mouse fabrics!

  142. Rebekka says:

    I am a new sewer and a new mother so I would likely try my hand either at a simple blanket for the baby girl or perhaps some simple clothes from the same book my mother made clothes for me from. A Danish retro classic with simple patterns, perfect for active babies. It’s from the seventies and full of ideas for embellishing the simple shapes – these fabrics would be perfect.

  143. michal says:

    cute collection!

  144. angel says:

    So cute!
    I’d probably make some fabric blocks for my son or maybe a little library tote.
    Really great selections!

  145. caroline says:

    What a great selection- Hillary always gets it right! I’d make something for my little one (also a june baby, who just turned 2), who is sitting on my knee as i type, all covered in chicken pox (poor darling) She loves her dolls so a little dolly beding set would certainly make her smile.

  146. heather t says:

    Hillary! I am making your robot toy and the pattern is great!

    I am in love with that daisy print and the wee elephant on the bottom row.

    Looking forward to your book!

  147. Annwen says:

    Oh, I have so many friends expecting babies soon I would be sure to put them towards a baby quilt! What fun I would have :)

  148. Joey Graff says:

    Oh sweetums! I would make a little patchwork skirt for my little gal and a lil bag with pocket patches to go with it.

  149. kelly Bennett says:

    I think I would make a little lovey blanket for my sons first birthday… I adore these fabrics!

  150. what a beautiful selection of fabrics! Well done, Hillary!
    I would make a fab twirly skirt for my daughter and applique a few t-shirts for my son…
    SO lovely!

  151. emedoodle says:

    So adorable! I would definately make a quilt… for a baby. Maybe for the next baby I have, the one we’re thinking of making soon….
    :)
    Wonderful fabrics! —oh and I have the same last name as her… so, we should be friends.

  152. Rochelle says:

    What a great blog! I think those fabrics just look like so much fun to work with.

  153. maggie Smith says:

    I meant Small, not snall!

  154. maggie Smith says:

    Leave it to hillary to put together such and inspired, sophisticated, and unexpected combo of prints! I’d make a snall quilt with some matching simple animal toys for my new baby nephew, Sam. thanks for all the fun and inspiration!

  155. Becky says:

    So cuuute!! I’d have to make baby things (bibs and boppy covers) for my July-due niece and January-Due First ever GrandBaby!!

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  157. dianosaurus says:

    Love it! So summery! I would make an apron for my sweetest little princess :)

  158. Michelle W. says:

    Gorgeous! She has a great eye. Makes me want to hole myself up in my ‘sewing room’ (corner of bedroom more like it)!!

  159. Mary Ann says:

    I just finished a baby quilt for my one yr old grand daughter. I used 2 charm packs , from American jane and made hour glass blocks ! Adorable, now its pin basted and ready to quilt. Another 2 babies on the way in our family so I could happily figure something cute with these FQs!

  160. Jill says:

    I love Hilary’s Kit, Chloe, and Louise dolls. I want to make them. For myself and my sister. Unfortunately, my sister lives to far away to play dolls anymore. :)

  161. Christi Scheffel says:

    I think these would go great in a 4-petal flower quilt or I have been making a lot of quilted diaper bags lately. They would work very nicely there as a pinwheel pattern or even a patchwork. Nice colors to work with for someone, love all the patterns!

  162. Christie says:

    How nice it is to not see even a hint of pink – perfect for my little girl. I can see some lovely little pinafores in there!

    Fingers crossed!

  163. Jaymie says:

    Still the mini quilt … but with the right email … oops! did i just do that?

  164. Jaymie says:

    I would love to create a mini quilt to hang on my son’s green bedroom wall. This pack of fq’s would do just the trick!

  165. Jeni says:

    Oh, I love those prints! Those elephants and mice! That apple alphabet! So cute!

    I’d make something for my children–perhaps cloths for their wee wonderfuls dolls (chloe, kit and louise) that have been in naked-limbo for a couple of months, waiting for inspiration. Wouldn’t this Hilary-picked fabric be perfect?

  166. Lori Shaffer says:

    Oh, my goodness! They’re so adorable! I see several as making perfect yokes, pockets, and even trim on some adorable little girl dresses. Of course, it would also make an awesome baby quilt, as one of my best friends is now expecting TWINS. :) A cute patchwork tote bag, too, for my little girl…to match her new dress, of course. :) So many pretty options. And of course, I’d have to do matching covered button hairbows with the scraps…waste not. :)

  167. Lea says:

    Hmm, I’m thinking bags or a little purse for my daughter. I would even try one of Hillary’s toys if I feel like venturing beyond straight seams. It’s a very pleasing combination of fabrics.

  168. Nellie says:

    I’d be completely unoriginal and make a baby quilt for my 7 week old girl, Josephine. I’m a huge fan of Hilary’s work!

  169. Donna B. says:

    I think Hillary’s idea of a baby quilt is the perfect thing for this fabic. I have quite a few I need to get to so many the inspiration would get me started :-)

  170. Catherine says:

    It’s so fun to see familiar prints in a new context. Love these together! I love Hilary’s embroidery work, and I’m working on two scenes from the Christmas Wishes Stitchettes patterns–to sew into stockings for my two.

  171. kelli says:

    i have no clue what i would use them for, but i would love the challenge!

    kelli

  172. Michelle B. says:

    These would make a perfect quilt for my 4-month-old, Jack!

  173. April Z says:

    I love these fabrics! I’d probably make a quilt. I have several friends and relatives expecting and I’d love to give them a present made with such beautiful material!!

  174. Kelli says:

    ooh, at my house these would become pillows, wall-art, and maybe a throw to go in my new guest bedroom turned playroom…okay, I haven’t got my husband convinced to get a futon or pullout couch instead of the double bed in there, but with these fabrics in hand, I might be able to!

  175. These are terrifically sweet fabrics. Such a natural theme for book lovers with little ones.

  176. urban craft says:

    So cool, actually I no idea what I would use the quarters for. I tend to be more hands on with things and the creativity comes in waves. But I was just inspired to repurpose an old toy into new based on one of hillary’s wonderful creatures. Thanks for the giveaway!

  177. June says:

    Oh, how lovely they are! I would like to patch them together and make a bookcover, or decorate my cooking note book. If for clothes, patched fabrics will be sewn on the bottom edge of a pinafore dress for my 3 y.o. DD.

  178. Lauren says:

    I have been making reversible bibs for pregnant friends. These fabrics would work great for that! lauren sobaje at yahoo dot com

  179. Carol says:

    Wee Bunny is my all time favorite! http://www.flickr.com/photos/hillarylang/111936935/in/set-463804/ I’m not positive what I would make with these, but they would make a cute throw quilt. Or maybe a few purses???

  180. Jennifer says:

    Gorgeous fabrics! I am positively drooling!! One of my fave patterns is Kit, Chloe and Louise. Those fabrics would be great to stitch up a whole wardrobe for them!! Keeping my toes and fingers crossed!!

  181. Meg says:

    I think the fabrics are warm and gorgeous! I would probably use them for my first quilt project that I have been procrastinating over – mainly because there are way too many beautiful fabrics out there to choose from! :)

  182. michelle says:

    i would love to make a little quilt for my 2 month old, iris!!

  183. Christina says:

    Those colors look perfect for a baby quilt or diaper bag. The orange and yellows pop so beautifully!

  184. Abby says:

    I don’t even know if I would be able to cut those cuties up! They are so adorable! I honestly have no idea what I would make with them, there are so many options!

  185. Nicole says:

    I think these would make a great zig zag quilt. Or any quilt really! :) Love the group.

  186. Sue says:

    I have a great pattern for a diaper bag, and I think these fabrics would be darling!

  187. Judy says:

    What a great combination of prints and little cuties! Definitely would make a cute quilt, or some dresses and rompers…. and maybe a matching ruffle shirt for myself!

  188. Carrie Suchman says:

    I’ve made a few of Hillary’s Olive and Archie dolls… everytime a friend has a new baby. These fabrics would make adorable clothes for them. Yay!

  189. Samantha says:

    I LOVE Hillary’s patterns and creations! Her FQ pack is awesome. To me it says “Back to School.” If I won it (and I desperately hope that I win this one) I would use it to create some projects for back to school. My preschooler would love a new tote bag. I would also love to make some patchfolios for teacher gifts and maybe a drawing case for my girls. And I think one of Hillary’s bunnies would look cute with some of these fabrics…

  190. Beethany S. says:

    Wonderful selection. As far as patterns for a baby quilt go, I love the idea of doing a flying geese quilt for a baby using this piecing technique — http://patchandi.blogspot.com/2008/10/breaking-drought-and-also-little.html — leaving some of the little “pockets accessible for baby fingers to explore.

  191. tania verdez says:

    I just love Hilary’s dolls! They are one of the many that inspired my Holly doll design. I think if I won this fabric I would make it into some bunting for my baby girls new bedroom. I’d put it up on the back wall so I could admire it every time I walked in the room.

  192. Shannon says:

    Oh! I love love these fabrics together! We are hoping for a new little one soon, and this would make a lovely quilt for snuggling!

  193. i’ve made four quilts for the doll quilt exchange – my first quilts! – but haven’t made any for myself. i’d love to take these fabrics and make a quilt of my veyr own.

  194. Leanna says:

    What a great pic! I could totally see these as nursery decor. How fun!

  195. Amy says:

    I’d love to make a quilt using just this fat quarter pack, since thy all o together so nicely! I own several of her pattern booklets.

  196. Kate says:

    I definitely would make a baby quilt. And I’ve made many an Olive and Archie doll, but I covet that topsy-turvy doll. Oh, for a pattern!

  197. Maria says:

    I’d go for a baby quilt for my baby to be born in september!
    love the fabric and all of hillary’s wonderful inspirational work.

  198. Hilary says:

    I think I would make a paneled skirt for my 4 yr old daughter.Something very “spinny”.

  199. These are perfect for the stacked coins quilt I plan on making for my best friend’s first baby. Oh, I just love these prints – they are the perfect mix of baby and style.

  200. Jessica says:

    I agree, these fabrics are so Hilary and I love them. I’d have to go with baby blanket on this one.

  201. Casey says:

    I would definitely go the quilt route with these! they are fabulous!

  202. JulieFrick says:

    Oh, I’ve made quite a few of her wee robots (from the book “Softies”) and have loved every one. Also two spaceboys and two robots for my boys! This is such a great pack.

  203. lisa says:

    That would be an adorable turning twenty quilt – 3 X 4 option. Cute pack.

  204. Kim says:

    Love the combo! I just made a brown, yellow, red, orange stack that would go great with these. Dreaming up a quilt or maybe a new bag, we’ll see. : )

  205. Tammy says:

    I see this coming together as a beautiful swirly gypsy style patchwork skirt for miss 5 and there is definitely a soft toy or two for Mr 3 as well! Gorgeous collection!

  206. jen says:

    Not a very original answer, but I would make a baby quilt for my 5 mo old son…or maybe a twin sized quilt for his future “big boy bed”.

  207. Donnelly says:

    I love Hillary’s things. I love her blog, it is one of my daily reads. I would make a tote for my daughter-in-law to carry my grandson, Jackson’s, stuff around. She is using a backpack that she got when he was born and it is worn out! This fabric would be awesome for that. have a great day.

  208. Krista Mann says:

    Sew Cute!!!! Thank you so much for sharing….

  209. Dawn-Marie says:

    Love those fabrics, especially the elephant. I would make a baby quilt for one of the many babies being born this year!

  210. Hannah says:

    Love the colors, this would be such a great jumping point for some ideas I have swirling around in the head of mine!

  211. marymary says:

    I can’t help it — all cute fabrics make me think of my little girl, so these would probably wind up in/on clothing for her.

  212. Liz says:

    I love the elephants so much!! I think that a lovely doll quilt would be my choice for these fun fabrics…

    But then again they could make super cute clothes for the Wee Wonderfuls Kitty, Bunny, and Bear softies. Those are my standard baby gift for all of my expecting friends. They’re so quick and easy to make and they’re ridiculously cute.

  213. Emily says:

    love the fabrics – so whimsical, which is perfect for a wee one!

  214. Alison Antone says:

    I love the shades of brown, so cute for a vintage looking quilt!!

  215. Charlotte says:

    So far I liked Hillary’s (magnetic) Paper Dolls best – sorry not fabric related: http://weewonderfuls.typepad.com/wee_wonderfuls/store/paperdolls.html
    First I thought just to order magnetic sheets and print Hillary’s pretty cute dolls – but then I sat down for a few attempts of drawing my 3-year old daugther, a couple of her clothes, favourite toys and her baby sister as paper-dolls-to-be… Thanks for the inspiration!

  216. blair says:

    I always love these, and this one is classic Hillary, just like a vintage children’s book.

  217. danna osen says:

    Love the idea of a snuggle quilt for the porch swing. I can see both grandkids using it.

  218. I’m not sure I’d make anything at all. I tend to take out my cutest fabrics, pet them a little, gaze a while, and put them back. They make me happy just by being there.

  219. Mette says:

    Choosing fabrics is the best part of making a quilt. Excellent choise!

  220. Jennifer says:

    I love this set! I especially love the inclusion of My Folklore, b/c I think that’s my favorite line ever! I think I’d use them in a quilt for my daughter who just moved out of her crib into a “big girl bed”. I used some of the Wee Wonderfuls embroidery patterns to embroider a border for curtains I made for my daughters’ room last Christmas. So cute!

  221. Sandra says:

    Love the colourcombo. This would make some great coushions…

  222. Regina says:

    Great retro colors – would work awesomely for a baby quilt for my neighbor, or even some fun table linens for my home.

  223. Keri says:

    It would make a great patchwork library tote to hold all my daughter’s borrowed books (I too love the storybook aesthetic)!

  224. Becky says:

    Oooh….these are SO pretty! I need to do a baby quilt for my sister’s first little one coming in September. These might be perfect for that!

  225. Andrea Wheeler says:

    Hmmm…..
    First, I would lay them out and admire them, unsure of what to do. I would probably end up making a table cloth or a picnic blanket- something to bring the cheerfulness of those fabrics out for everyone to enjoy! I would, of course, have to save every little scrap and they would appear again and again in creations for my “little people”.
    Andrea
    [email protected]

  226. Misha says:

    The fabrics are so cute. I too get the vintage storybook feel from them. I would use them to make bibs or maybe a patchwork blanket for my cousin’s new baby, due in July!

  227. Heidi says:

    Lovely fabrics. I think I’d make a table runner with those.

  228. Shannon Reed says:

    This pack reminds me of reading 1950’s era childrens books with my grandmother when I was a child. Lovely!

  229. Elizabeth says:

    These are marvelous fabrics! I’ve got softies on the brain, so I’d probably make a doll and lots of dresses for her.

  230. April says:

    Wow. I think that I had dreams about those elephants last night.

    While I like everyone’s quilting ideas, my family has a new little boy, and his mama sure would like a patchwork diaper bag (well, at least I’m pretty sure she would :-) ) And these? Would be PERFECT.

  231. Julie GM says:

    These fabrics would be perfect for my 4 yr old little girl & my new baby great-niece! =) Clothes, blankets, add-on to bath towels…

  232. Jean says:

    One of my and my daughter’s favorites from Hillary is her paper doll patterns which she has for free on her site- finding them was the beginning of one of our favorite activities- making our own paper dolls and clothes.

  233. Claire says:

    O let me see, I would make a soda can cozy, use the scraps to make bookmarks(I am always loosing my bookmarks) and that’s about it. Its 7;15 over here so, I am not really clicked on to know what I want to craft, but I think I got it all….

  234. karin says:

    Wowee! So many beautiful, warm prints. The ideas are swirling…I just made a super cute fabric box yesterday, and I have two baby girl dresses to make, and I want to make a new make-up bag soon, so there are so many things I could do with this little package of fun!

  235. Aimee says:

    ooh, I’ve never seen that Jackie Blue before – that is lovely! The whole assortment would make a gorgeous bedding set for a crib. Very nice!

  236. My son goes to kindergarden in Sept and I would make him a nap blanket. I’ll put extra batting to make it softer for him.

    Smiles,
    Kelly Jackson
    http://IHaveANotion.blogspot.com

  237. Lucia says:

    oh, I love these fabrics! I have/am familiar with some but others are new to me. This reminds me that I need to think outside of the box and combine fabrics from different lines more often. And, I can’t make up my mind just yet on the type of quilt I’d like to make with these glorious fabrics. My list of “quilt designs I want to try” is seemingly a mile long, so there are many possibilities.

  238. Lynne in NC says:

    oooh…. lovely, lovely, lovely.

  239. Christine says:

    I’m 4 months pregnant and don’t know what I am having (yet). Boy or girl I think I’ve found my fabric for the baby quilt.

  240. Molly B. says:

    Well I’d definitely go with a baby quilt on these beautiful, fun fabrics. I read Hillary’s blog all the time and feel like we’re kinda like friends!

  241. Camilla Moss says:

    I’ve been looking for fabrics for a quilt for my girl’s teacher next year! What a beautiful combination and maybe I could actually start early instead of my usual sewing at the last minute!!!!

  242. Heather C says:

    I just took a smocking class and several of the fabrics would look lovely as a smocked sundress for one of my girls. Lovely.

  243. Mandy says:

    Oooh, that color combo is yummy! The first thing I thought of when I saw those squares was a large market tote done patchwork style, with pockets everywhere, and full of slouchy goodness. :-)

  244. Audrey Law says:

    so many possibilities! I’m thinking bags and cloths for my daughter, due in August.

  245. amanda says:

    this set would be great to make a mini picnic quilt for my girl!

  246. Melanie says:

    I just checked out her stuff for the first time — and loved it! I would try my hand at a doll quilt with this pack.

  247. Kimberly Fennie says:

    Wonderful designs! I cannot wait to make something with my daughter using them! (Loved her blog too!)

  248. Anna S. says:

    I would make the cutest round pillow I saw in a book. The pieces are cut like wedges of pie of make a circle and the quilting is done in concentric circles, starting from the middle.
    Anna S.

  249. Kym says:

    My biggest little lady needs some new clothes, so I picture these fabrics as brightening up some tops and pants.

  250. Tawnya Simpson says:

    I think a picnic quilt made with these would look awesome. I can picture it already

  251. Sara D. says:

    I love those bumblebees!

  252. Jenea Harmon says:

    What lovely fabrics! I don’t quilt (yet!) but I can definitely imagine lots of cute toddler outfits.

  253. What great picks. I’d like to make little bags for my kids for them to take on their travels.

  254. Cutzi says:

    I know it seems so boring, but really, what could be cuter than a baby quilt made out of this? Adorable!

  255. Jeannine says:

    That would make a fantastic picnic quilt.

  256. Limor says:

    So pretty. I especially like the apple alphabet. I would make a patchwork vest for DD out of these fabrics. I would probably make the back solid with a cute little pocket in the middle.

  257. Mary on Lake Pulaski says:

    This fat quarter grouping would be perfect for creating a summer picnic quilt. The colors are all so bright and happy, they would put everyone in a great mood for a picnic (and stay for the fireworks over the lake).

  258. Angelia Wigginton says:

    I’d probably sew a lap quilt with these delicious prints!

  259. shannon says:

    this would make a great blanket for my daughters toddler bed. She is suddenly into Toy Story and carrys an old Woody doll everywhere. (and wears a buzz shirt yelling “to infinity and beyond!) I was thinking of replacing some of the pink with something more western. This is a great selection.

  260. Bettina Groh says:

    No more babies around here and the grand children already have quilts…. but the colors would be great in MY bedroom! How about a quilt for me!
    PS… love those elephants!

  261. Yetta says:

    Oh I love this pack so much. I want to make my girl a quilt that matches her doll quilt. That’d be so much fun!!!!

  262. Jennifer says:

    What a fun blog she has! I have not tried a Wee Wonderful doll yet, but plan to. I just made my first soft doll from a pattern about a month ago and it was so much fun! I’m dying to make some more (the first was a gift to a little girl I met for the first time). These would be wonderful fabrics for doing just that!

  263. La Yen says:

    I love everything Hilary Lang puts out–I can’t keep up with the patterns!

  264. katie m says:

    i would love to try out my first quilt! I adore these prints…so cute!

  265. Sandra says:

    i love Hilarys projects – the thing that always amazes me is the hair on her dolls – if i could get one of mine looking close to that reat i would be over the moon. I love the selection and the elephants and bees are magic. I would make shopping totes as gifts for my friends.

  266. bumblybee says:

    Gorgeous selection :)
    I would use them for cute plushies :) :)

  267. Julie says:

    Definately something baby… I love the brown elephant print. It would make a sweet stuffed toy for my son.

  268. mary says:

    I am really wanting to make some dolls and these fabrics would be adorable!

  269. Jenni says:

    Hillary Lang and her Wee Wonderfuls are the inspiration behind my learning to sew! I’ve made Chloe and the little monkey – both for my daughters. She is an amazing and thoughtful designer.

  270. Margie says:

    I know that I would make a few bags & I would love to make a little quilt!

  271. Anie says:

    With two little ones in the house I am going through washcloths and dish towels at an alarming rate. I”ve begun making my own kitchen towels and these would be lovely to use for borders & trims. So cute!

  272. Robyn says:

    I’ve got a couple very special babies coming up, so I’d make a baby quilt! It would be so cute too!

  273. Polly says:

    I love Hilary’s embroidery patterns. These are really cute fabrics, especially the elephant print- love that. I think I would make a child’s quilt with them, if I get so lucky!

  274. Tam says:

    OOOO the choices. A patchwork top for my daughter, a Melly and Me doll. A pillow case for a bed or a doll’s blanket.

  275. Ashley says:

    Those fabrics are *so* cute. I would sew up something for my wee baby-sibling-on-the-way. A quilt would be adorable, or maybe little clothes!

  276. Cheryl says:

    I think that I would make a baby quilt! I need to make a shower gift for a new baby girl, the daisies and the elephants would be so cute!!! Hillary picked wonderful fabrics!

  277. Missie says:

    Bags, blankets and skirts. One of these days I’ll figure out how to make button down shirts for my son and a few of these would be adorable.

  278. Sara says:

    I think I would make a pair of super hip, uber comfortable patchwork boys shorts…with pockets…and a drawstring waist…

  279. Heather says:

    since I have crazy 9-patch blocks on the brain, they seem perfect for that. . . and the extra from the 12″ blocks, would be perfect sashing. i love Hillary’s blog and her sweet little things to stitch. had to get her dreamy christmas stitcheries last winter.

  280. Lynda says:

    I think possibly a baby quilt, or doll quilt, or maybe even a dress for my youngest! So cute!

  281. nhmama says:

    Loving the little bees! I just finished my first quilted bath mat – gotta start small!

  282. Anya T. says:

    I’d make a very fun quilt with those fun fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

  283. joscelyne says:

    those are so so cute! I’m needing to make a cozy for my crochet hooks, but I might have to go for a wall hanging for me sons. so so cute!

  284. Celeste says:

    These are just magical–and screaming to be made into a doll quilt for the playroom!

  285. Nancy Mc says:

    Well, I think it would have to be a baby quilt, right? Great fabrics. I love the oranges, and the litle elephant is darling. I could make my niece’s baby, due in August, very comfortable under that quilt. Thanks,

  286. Brittany says:

    These are beautiful! I think I’d have to make a quilt with them for some lucky niece, nephew or child of mine. These are so pretty I’d want to make something for MYSELF, though!

  287. Kim D. says:

    Very nice fabric selection..

  288. Kristin says:

    Something special for my niece of 6 months, maybe a cute skirt, or skirted onesie! Very pretty fabrics!

  289. nancy says:

    I love snippets AND katie jump rope! They are fun and cute. I’d make a great patchwork bag with this fq collection and it would be fabulous!

  290. Emily says:

    I adore the alphabet fabric. I made an adorable Chloe doll for a friend’s daughter for Chrismas, and was pleasantly surprised to see a few Wee dolls that I made several years ago displayed at some friends’ houses when I visited recently.

  291. jessi mathew says:

    i am totally loving these fabrics and the sewing machine info!

  292. Kim K. says:

    What adorable prints! I would love to make a baby quilt from them for my 3 1/2 month old daughter! :)

  293. LisaC says:

    I really want to make patchwork skirts for my neices. This pack would make nice ones!

  294. Jeannette says:

    I would make baby shoes. And save the scrappies to trim baby clothes.

    Great choices!

  295. KathyB says:

    Definitely patchwork pillows for my son’s room!

  296. Lorajean says:

    I think some little patchwork pants for my son would be so cute out of those fabrics!

  297. Jacqui says:

    What a great selection. I think I’d make a set of napkins maybe, they’d look fabulous together. Or a quilt as she says. I’m such a huge fan of the Wee Wonderful toys, I’ve made quite a few! http://www.flickr.com/photos/jacqui_craig/tags/weewonderfuls/ I think my favourites are Olive and Archie but I’d like to try some of the newer dolls with yarn hair.

  298. Leslie says:

    Amazing grouping! I think putting fabrics together for a project is the biggest hurdle. My daughter, who is going away to school next year loves these colors, I’d love to put them into a quilt she could take with her!

  299. varenia says:

    I have so many friends expecting fall babies right now, and I think this fq pack would be perfect for a big fluffy baby quilt or some darling patchwork curtains for the nursery. These fabrics together are delicious! Love them!

  300. Emily S says:

    Baby quilts galore!!

  301. Sue Cahill says:

    Perfect fabrics for a quilt for my 11 year old granddaughter!

  302. Jenni says:

    I am thinking fall wardrobe for my 3 year old daughter, and a kitschy apron for me!

  303. Mary says:

    Ooh, I really like the bees and the elephants. I would also make something for babies….there are currently 6 pregnant women in my life, and could think of many ways to use up her collection. Bibs, blankies, burp cloths etc.

  304. Colleen says:

    What happy fabrics! I would love to turn those into fabric baskets to organize my craft room, and a log-cabin style pillow would look awesome in those prints.

  305. Chris H says:

    Hillary is my idol! I love her blog.

    I think I’d make a simple quilt for my kiddos to cuddle with – long strips or big blocks…

  306. Sarah Bussey says:

    The fabrics are so lovely! There are just too many choices on what to make with them. For a short while I will probably stack them on my work table and drool over them. I have been wanting to make the quilt in the last issue of “Quiltmaker”, page 60, called Dusky Meadows. It has the fussy cut birds and I can see it with these prints using the elephants and bees. Oh, so cute!!

  307. Kristin says:

    I love her Kit, Chloe, and Louise put together book! Too cute. One of them would be a perfect first doll for my baby. And those fat quarters would make cute doll clothes!

  308. charlotte says:

    i just love this fabric combination… i am venturing into quilting and think this would be perfect for a wee baby blanket!

  309. Sara says:

    What fun patterns and colors! I have been making baby blankets – I hesitate to call them quilts for my newest crop of nieces and nephews and have been having a blast. I would probably turn these into another blankie. As for Wee Wonderfuls – I’ve made the kitty patterns and love all the details – like the shoes and hair clips. I gave a kitty and bear to my nieces and they love them.

  310. mama-aya says:

    So cute! I’ve been making these cute little bird and branch sets for all the new babies lately, and these would be perfectly adorable.

  311. Kristen says:

    Summer is finally here and I anticipate lots of afternoons in the park with my 8 month old and his friends. I think these fabrics would make a great quilt for lying on the grass in the shade!

  312. Christina says:

    It is so much fun selecting fabrics, isn’t it?!

    I love the fabrics chosen for the pack. I haven’t seen many of them here in Australia.

    I definately thing that a quilt for my 6 month old son would be in order were I to win these! :)

  313. Suzanne says:

    I love this set – especially the orange in it!

  314. jm says:

    Oh, I love those little bees!

  315. My youngest is turning 1 on the 6th and her big sister who is 3 wants to make her a BIG fabric beach ball for her present. I think these fabrics would be wonderful and very fun for a first ball and a first sewing project. I hope we win!!

  316. georgia says:

    I would make a baby quilt! This is my favorite FQ pack yet–absolutely fantastic! I do love brown:)

  317. JJ says:

    Love this fat quarter pack and thanks for introducing me to a great crafter! I am looking forward to browsing more through her work…if I win the pack I will probably use some of it to make a taggie/lovie for my son. Also, I want to get him a play kitchen for his birthday, so maybe some accessories to go along.

  318. I would make a baby quilt. I just found out one of my niece’s is pregnant.

  319. Kristin says:

    I love this combination! It would make a beautiful bag.

  320. Carrie L says:

    To be honest, I’m not quite sure what I’d make–maybe a patchwork skirt for my daughter? I’m sure I’d find something to do with that lovely fabric!

  321. Julie says:

    I love the variation in colour, something for everyone! I’d love to make accessories with those!

  322. Nicki says:

    Super, Super cute fabric choices for this combo! I would make my daughter a patchwork twirly skirt out of these–and use the baby elephants as appliques on a solid brown t-shirt! She LOVES elephants! Thanks for the opportunity to win! *fingers crossed*

  323. Gloria says:

    I LOVE anything vintage…these colors go so well together. I’m going to order a pack…I can’t wait til I get it…and you’re right, this would make such a cute baby quilt!!

    with this, I might make a little quilt for my daughter…she’s into dollie blankies these days, and I’ve been meaning to buy some cute fabric to get started on it! thanks for putting such great fabrics together Hil! ;)

  324. Melissa says:

    I must admit I’m not 100% sure what I would make. Its just that I love the colour and details of the mix. I think its a bit left of centre, makes you think and look again. I see different patterns each time.

  325. Sara L. says:

    I am a huge fan of the Big-footed bunny, which I just saw is sold out of her shop! Oh no! Beautiful fabrics, and I think they would work great in a patchwork skirt for my little girl.

  326. Holee says:

    These fabric’s are just too cute. With little ones starting Kindergarten I think these are the perfect fabric’s for back packs, aprons, art jackets, crayon rollups, and sleep mats!

  327. Ali says:

    Love the combination!

  328. Linda says:

    I need to make a couple of baby quilts PDQ. I love the prints that Hillary chose. I would just keep the pattern simple squares (like 4 inches maybe) and let the fabric designs do the talking. Thanks!

  329. Marlene says:

    I have this bird pattern, that would look absoulutly wonderful made from those fabrics.

  330. Jeni says:

    I love all of those fabrics!! I can picture so many different things to make!!

  331. Valerie says:

    Love the fat quarter selections! Speaking of Wee Wonderfuls, I’m working on my second ever Olive doll today…:)

  332. sherry r says:

    I am currently making a quilt inspired by Hillary’s Racecar Quilt – it’s incredible. She so nicely sent me the name of the book that she got the pattern from. These fabrics would be a wonderful addition to the quilt. Wonderful selection, Hillary!
    Sherry

  333. Leslie Newton says:

    I make a lot of baby gifts and I can see these used in appliques on Onesies or for burp clothes,

  334. Stacey C. says:

    The fabrics would make great backgrounds for pages of a “quiet book” for a little person. I love those little quilted/sewn books, and I think the designs would be pleasing to a child.

  335. allyson turner says:

    These fabrics look perfect for the square skirt in “Seams to Me.” I have been planning to make this skirt soon!

  336. Andi says:

    Ok, that was a lot of fun. I love both the children’s rooms and was amazed by the doll quilt wall! Hard to pick a favourite Hillary Lang creation – but I do love her dolls (Kit, Chloe and Louise). As for the fat quarters, I’d be making doll quilts to make my own doll quilt wall!! (Or maybe, since there are still no babies at our house, I’d use them for a full-size baby quilt for one of my many pregnant friends) :)

  337. Jeanne says:

    My Niece just had a baby boy (Lane Harley) and he has a hard wood floor in his room, I would make a floor rug, I saw someone who did that at the Chicago Quilt show and it was so cool. Think it would be a great thing for him to play and learn to crawl on all those awesome colors. :) Thanks for sharing.

  338. Trina says:

    These would be lovely as a background for some framed pages from vintage children’s storybooks- totally adorable as a nursery or playroom decoration!

  339. kara says:

    This would make the most adorable little smocks/jumpers mixed with a little corduroy for the fall!!! I would make several for my little lady!!

  340. Monica says:

    I would have never been able to put those together, but they are gorgeous. I love the vibrant colors.

  341. woolcat says:

    I’d definitely make a baby quilt! I really want to make a small one so I can try out some machine quilting and those fabrics are fab.

  342. Lisa says:

    What a great combination! I would definitely use them to make a quilt for my daughter – she loves blankies, so I can never make too many :)

  343. Melanie says:

    So cute! I love that the selection is so gender neutral- it would make a great cover to any childs bed.

  344. amy s says:

    beautiful fabrics – they certainly would help me on all the baby projects i have bookmarked!!

  345. sarah says:

    Doll quilts and some fun pillows!

  346. Sarah says:

    ooooh so pretty!! that would make a GREAT lil boy quilt! I’ve been looking for a set for a quilt for my friend; makes it easier on me rather than pouring over oodles of choices :)

  347. kristine says:

    Love these colors, I would make a family quilt to share with my boys.

  348. Lauren says:

    Those are super cute!

  349. michele m says:

    i just love the combo of colors and patterns together. great picks

  350. Java Jane says:

    Ooh la la! I’d make patchwork kitchen towels and matching potholders for gifts. As filler for the latter, I’d use some boiled wool from a jacket that I am recycling. I cut the jacket along seams, then washed it to refelt it. This wool made a great sole in the slippers that were shown as a project during Fat Quarter month.

    What I love about Fat Quarters is that one can use them for embellishment on more generic fabrics or recycled goods.

  351. Lisa says:

    These would make a great quilt for a little boy.

  352. craftytammie says:

    I just got the Katie Jump Rope fat quarter collection – and I love how the other prints work with it! She has such a great eye for fabrics. I would add these into the nine patch quilt I am starting made with Katie Jump Rope.

  353. Randi says:

    I have a vintage patchwork squares quilt from when I was little that needs some repair. Problem is I have no vintage-look fabric! These would be perfect! I’ve gotten it torn apart, but I just haven’t been able to put it back together. It wouldn’t look right with the fabrics I have now. I didn’t know what I was waiting for, this is it!

  354. Katie Mitchell says:

    I’ve been wanting to learn how to quilt and these fabrics would definitely inspire me to make one. A new handbag would also look great with these fabrics.

  355. Leah says:

    I love Hilary’s picks – they are very “her.” I would make some doll dresses and doll pants for my children’s dolls. Perfect.

  356. Carly W says:

    Love the color combos! I need to win this cause I could never come up with a combo like this, it’s just too perfect! I love Wee Wonderful’s softies and it’d be fun to make a coordinating animal and quilt!

  357. Sherpa says:

    I love these! I’d make a baby quilt for a friend!

  358. Andee says:

    I have never made a quilt. I would like to try a baby-sized quilt with these fabrics. They look great together!

  359. leilaandben says:

    So cute! Especially the browns in the fabrics! I am working on a name-pillow for my oldest son, and am still on the look-out for my youngest sons fabric for his name pillow. These are definitely cute ones that would work for a boy!

  360. Lindsey says:

    i love the elephant one!

  361. Alyssa says:

    Oh! Those are great fabrics! I am in the midst of making my first quilt and I would use these fabrics to make a little one for my 15 month old baby girl. She just had to have surgery on her leg and I want to make her something special for being such a good girl through it all.

  362. Vanessa says:

    My friend’s are having a baby and I need to start making a gift for their new little bundle of joy. I’ve been toying with the idea of baby quilt, but have not settled on anything. Whatever I decide, these prints would be perfect!!

  363. Joanna says:

    I have a quilt in the works and these fat quarters would blend in seamlessly!! I’m thinking of mixing in some linen squares embroidered with some of Hillary’s designs to make it truly special and something we can pass down from daughter to daughter.

  364. Crystal says:

    So Cute! I would use it for a baby boy quilt.

  365. Jen V says:

    This pack has so many fabrics that I have been admiring lately – Red Letter Day, My Folklore & Minny Muu. They have been catching my eye. I also like the color choices for a baby quilt – muted & not so pastel. I think I would run with the inspiration & make a baby quilt or something else baby – bibs or booties. Thanks for the inspiration.

  366. melzie says:

    I am working on a gender neutral quilt for my baby which will arrive in Dec. :) I would love to use these for that! xoxoxo melzie

  367. Erin Compton says:

    Those fabrics BELONG in my dining room! I think a patchwork table topper is in order.

  368. Steph says:

    I would love to try a zig-zag or sampler quilt with those fabrics. The colors are wonderful!

  369. Nicole says:

    Such beautiful (and fun) selections! I am torn between making a sweet quilt to cuddle up a baby in or creating a fun blanket for an older child – great choices!

  370. Melissa says:

    Those are great! I love the combination of the Minny Mu with the Katie Jump Rope! I think I would make a scrappy diaper bag out of the FQs because I’m having a baby… er, next week!! I love Hillary’s blog and look forward to the book too!

  371. Jane says:

    Great fabrics and a great selection I would love to make my 3 year old grand daughter a new quilt for her Big Girl’s bed.

  372. Stephanie G. says:

    I’d make a little picnic blanket for my daughters

  373. Katherine W says:

    I hit “enter” too quickly! I would use them for a baby quilt or maybe a small child’s patchwork bag!

  374. Katherine W says:

    Beautiful fabrics!

  375. Beatrix says:

    First things that come to mind are a patchwork pillow with a secret pocket and zipper pouches. I could also see some patchwork storage baskets for the kids room. Great selection of fabrics.

  376. Del says:

    I love all those colors! They remind me of vintage children’s books. I would most likely make a baby quilt, too.

  377. Jeanne Ann says:

    I’m in a baby quilt making frenzy. One of my best friend’s daughter is expecting, and I would love to create a baby quilt with these fabrics!

  378. Denean says:

    I’ve been thinking about making a small stacked coins quilt. This Hillary Lang FQ collection is a great mix of fabrics!

  379. katie says:

    For some reason these fabrics make me think of cute textbook covers! Imagine them lined up in a locker…

  380. Mandi says:

    I am currently working on a project for my oldest daughter — who will turn 2 next week. I’m making a Happy Birthday banner and a matching patchwork tablecloth. This will eventually become a twin quilt for her big-girl bed. I’m using red, yellow, blue, and green — but I really like how Hillary added in the browns in this set! My favorite is the brown background with the little elephants. I think these would make an adorable quilt — but I’m most inspired to make some cute stuffed toys. Great fabric selection! Thanks for the chance to enter!

  381. Erin Appleby says:

    I would LOVE to have these cute prints for my stash! I have dreams of an adorable little baby quilt for my niece dancing in my head right now :)

  382. Jennifer says:

    I think I’d have to make a little quilt for my daughter. She needs her own since both of her brothers received mine and my husband’s when they were born.

  383. Mindy says:

    My number of grandchildren will double this year. I started out with three in January and by September I will have six! I would love to make each of them a quilt, and these fabrics would make an adorable one!

  384. mel says:

    Oh, I would make my sweet new daughter a beautiful quilt!! I’ve had my eye on several of these fabrics for a bit now. I love the colors she’s mixed…oh so classic.

  385. tracy_a says:

    I would love to make a binder cover, pencil case, and a little drawstring lunch sack for the first day of school! What a great color scheme, and I love that they are not too flowery for a boy.

  386. DebbieKL says:

    Great fabrics! I think I’d make some placemats and napkins with them.

  387. Linnea says:

    Oh this FQ collection is so cute! It’s fun to see fabrics I already have and love thrown into new combinations with a totally different feel. I love your Chloe, Kit and Louise dolls. It would be so fun to update their wardobes and make a matching doll quilt. Thanks yet again for some great inspiration Hillary!

  388. Julie says:

    I just found out I’m going to be a great aunt! And the sex of the baby is going to remain a secret. The colors and designs on this beautiful fabric would be wonderful for a baby quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

  389. Mrs. JP says:

    Oh, now I’m thinking I could do a doll quilt wall. Of course, they are art! The fabrics are always beautiful.

  390. I’ve been making small/doll quilts lately and they would make a couple of nice little quilts.

  391. Melissa says:

    I love this selection! It’s wonderful. I’ve been working on lots of bibs lately, as my 2 1/2 month old son has started drooling. (Love the new little smile over a shiny, wet chin of drool, it’s so cute). I can see this fabric making some pretty great and hip baby bibs, maybe in a patchwork style.

  392. Kelly W says:

    I think the fabrics would look really cute dressing up a softie or two. I’d put an elephant in a mouse dress. : )

  393. lisap says:

    I see those colors as Late Summer/Early Autumn, which is the time of year when the urge to make mini- or lap-quilts really kicks in for me, so I’d throw a nice linen into the mix and MAKE!

  394. Amber says:

    What a cute set of fabrics – They would be adorable in a baby quilt. I love HIllary’s patterns – the bunny is one of my favorites.

  395. Leah says:

    I would make a patchwork skirt for my daughter, or a cute little apron for her (or a half apron for me). I love the fabrics–too cute! Thanks for great inspiration.

  396. Christina says:

    What great fabrics! I love Hillary’s blog! I am always inspired by this wonderful woman/mom. Hillary always picks the greatest color combos for all of her projects. Oh how I hope I am lucky enough to win these fabrics! I see a cute quilt for my kids if I do.

    Christina
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  397. Nova437 says:

    They would be great for an I Spy quilt.

  398. Kathinka says:

    My best friend is going to have her baby in December. Enough time even for me to make a baby quilt!

  399. Angel says:

    I have several friends having their first babies this fall–I would love to make coordinating bibs/burp cloths….I love these prints!

  400. Valerie Boudier says:

    Lovely fabrics – I think I would use them to make a baby quilt

  401. marie beck says:

    I have to admit (shamefully) that I’ve never heard of HIllary Lang until now… BUT you can bet your bottom dollar I’m about to go do some further investigation because that fat quarter pack has some absolutely adorable prints!!!! I love them all! I can’t believe I’ve never heard of her! Then again, I’m still kind of new to wwf (wonderful world of fabric ;0)

    thanks for sharing!

    (fingers crossed that I can get my hands on these as freebies, that woudl be grand!)

  402. Deb V says:

    I like those fabrics. I especially like the elephant fabric and the daisy fabric. I would make a quilt with that selection.

  403. Megan says:

    Great selection. I would make a baby quilt for my friend that is expecting a baby in a few months!

  404. ariel says:

    Oh! I love it so! This is such an adorable mix for girl or boy! LOVE. I’d have to make some mini quilts out of them.

  405. katie says:

    Great fabrics! I’ve been a fan of Wee Wonderfuls for a while now. Finding her site was actually one of the first pushes for me to start sewing. I love her cloth dolls and have hopes for designing one of my own one of these days. Perhaps one of these fat quarter packs would dress up my doll very nicely :).

  406. Madrona Tree says:

    Adorable! I could totally see these being used for appliques on jumpers/overalls.

  407. amy says:

    These colors and prints would be wonderful for some birthday bunting!

  408. An Van Dessel says:

    Oh, these colours are so lovely! I immediately image a cute little summerhat for my baby-boy. It is so hard to find beautiful boysclothes that are affordable. My baby-boy is perfect, but with a hat in these fabrics he would be even more perfect :-) And maybe there is enough fabric to make a second one for his 2-year-old brother.

  409. Rae says:

    I would make totes and toys for my grands. Also, a twirly skirt.
    Delightful patterns on these fabrics.

  410. Stephanie says:

    Sorry, I got so excited seeing those cute fabrics, I forget to add what I would make… I’m into mini quilts lately, so something small and sweet for my baby’s room.

  411. D'Ann says:

    I am not sure what I would make. But I love Hillary’s designs. I love the animals Turtle King, Snail, Butterfly and My Squirrel. Maybe I would make one of them. Yes the turtle king, definitely!

  412. Stephanie says:

    I love that Minny Muu Plus with the elephants. So cute!

  413. Kristie says:

    This would make a beautiful quilt!

  414. Ann Dilcher says:

    I would make something fun for my baby that is thankfully not baby pink as I am getting very tired of pink.

  415. maryanne says:

    I have two toddlers and a baby due in six weeks, so this pack would be the perfect thing to use to make cute summer clothes (with maybe a couple of small toys from leftover scraps) for my kids!

  416. Becca says:

    They are gorgeous fabrics. The colors remind me of fall… perfect for a “I’m off to my first day of preschool” dress for my niece.

  417. Rose says:

    I would have to make baby quilts – I have two friends due this fall and I’ve got a million books open, trying to get inspiration. These fabrics would definitely inspire!

  418. erica says:

    I need to make two baby quilts for november babies – one is a boy and the other is a mystery – these fabrics are perfect for a nontraditional creation. Thanks for the inspiration!

  419. Megan says:

    I’ve been looking for ideas for a wall hanging in my son’s room. I love the colors and designs, especially the vintage feel.

  420. Veronica says:

    I would make a quilt for my neice. I really love the little elephants and mice.

  421. Rachel says:

    OHHHH…I would love the cream flower fabric and the orange with the dot circles! I like all the bright color combos together. I cannot even think of what I would do with them right now though, I have way to many things in the works. :)
    I’d put them in my stash for now.

  422. Nanna says:

    I think some pretty quilted coasters for some cool summer drinks would b e nice out of this fabric!

  423. funderbug says:

    Really beautiful colors!

  424. Judith says:

    I would try to make my first baby quilt for my long time friend who is expecting her second son.

  425. Andrea Methvin says:

    Wonderful fabrics-yes, very storybook! I think I would make a doll quilt or an apron out of those. So nice! Hope I win!

  426. corina says:

    The minute I saw these I thought of babies too! It must be the fact that just last night my very good friend had a baby girl. It is always hard to find the perfect gift for a close friend. This selection of fabrics would make a beautiful baby quilt for sweet little June.

  427. Kim says:

    Oh my, what a genius mix. I love Hillary’s patterns — I’ve made her Hand Sewing for Fun turtle and bird, and the elephant from Weekend Sewing is on my to-do list. This pack HAS to be a baby quilt.

  428. amanda says:

    I *love* Hillary’s blog and her style — I was thrilled to see this post today! I just got the Pink Fig strippy skirt pattern, and I would so love to use these fabrics for skirts for my girls.

  429. Darlene says:

    What sweet fabric. Perfect for a stroller quilt.

  430. Kathy says:

    What great colors! Those prints are so inspiring, it makes me want to scoop them up and sew something soft for my girls!

  431. alisa says:

    Beautiful combination of fabrics! I would make a pillow cover for one of those lovely body pillows. They are so comfortable and this one would look so pretty on my cozy brown couch. Thanks for the inspiration.

  432. becky says:

    I love your description of them jumping off the page. They are so beautiful and would make any new baby snug and happy.

  433. Anna says:

    I am having a new babe in July, would love to make something for him/her…and I LOVE the fleece monkeys at Wee Wonderfuls!

  434. Annette W says:

    These are great colors for a baby quilt. I would use them for a pillow first, and then use the leftovers to make a quilt for my son…as large as possible…though I might want to use two of them for a purse….really, maybe I would just need to buy some more! Too many beautiful possibilities!

    Congrats on the book! That little dress is adorable!

  435. janet says:

    i’ve been wanting to sew something for my new nephew ever since he was born, but I haven’t been able to decide on a project. I’ve been having trouble picking a project and the fabric for it. With this FQ pack I could make a great quilt for Teo. All the fabrics look so fun and a lot of the hard decision making has already been done!

  436. Shanna says:

    Hmm, I think these fat quarters would make a pretty patchwork skirt for summer.

  437. Amy says:

    To me, they also look like great colors for fall. I could see making a small quilt or wall hanging or something cozy and fallish with them.

  438. Lola Jo says:

    I love to see what fabrics other people have put together. I wouldn’t have thought to put these together but I’m glad Hillary did! They are darling!

  439. Collins says:

    These are great! My daughter is learning how to sew and it’s so fun to sew with her! We would make some cute outfits for Felicity, her American Girl Doll.

  440. Sheryl says:

    I am a huge fan of Hillary Lang and Wee Wonderfuls! I plan to make Olive & Archie one of these days for my kids. These fabrics are so cute and I would love to have them in my stash, especially to use while crafting Olive & Archie!

  441. Christine says:

    I love these colors! I would have to make either a patchwork or strip skirt for my daughter with these.

  442. Carol R says:

    What a gorgeous collection of fabrics! Baby gifts have been on my mind lately, as I have two friends expecting within the next few months. I would definitely be putting this fat quarter bundle to use to whip up gifties for the new wee ones.

  443. susan says:

    These fabrics would make a very cute baby quilt. I especially love the elephant print.

  444. Lisa says:

    Super cute, those would look great in my girls’ room!

  445. Melanie says:

    I love all the fabrics in this pack! I am particularly fond of vintage-inspired fabrics, and I think these are great, especially the apples and elephants. These would make a great quilt for my daughter.

  446. Liz says:

    honestly, they would probably each become something different! the ABC would definitely go into a baby something…not sure what. :) the elephants and the white flowers and the daisies would probably become headbands/bandanas…i see some napkins…and some to add to the stash for future quilts!

  447. Ellen Ban says:

    Hillary’s Quilting Bee Stitchette design is my favorite….All of her embroidery designs are wonderful! I think I’d make a set of different sized blocks for my 1 yr old nephew with these fat quarters.

  448. Nice colors indeed, and beautiful fabric. I would like to make some small bags of it for the kids to play with it and try to make them clean up their rooms.

  449. That’s gorgeous! I would make a pieced laptop sleeve for my laptop. It looks like office supplies to me!

  450. jenn says:

    I love the brown apple print the best! I love the colors this is a super cute collection!
    jenn

  451. Lise says:

    I’ve been making lots of baby clothes for my daughter lately, and would love to work these fabrics into something for her to wear. Thanks for the chance!

  452. Lauren says:

    I love this combination of fabrics! It would make some cute vintage-looking kid’s clothes! I would use the fabrics for appliques, or maybe even my first purse sewing project! I especially love Folk Floral and Elephant Alphabet.

  453. jenw says:

    i have a little third baby on the way as well and those fabrics would be ADORABLE for anything i could ever make. i have been itching to make a patchwork ball, another baby quilt, burp cloths for the little man…my list goes on and on:)

  454. Leandre says:

    My super-crafty sister has agreed to teach me how to quilt this fall. These FQ’s would be perfect for the matching doll and baby quilt I’ve been dreaming up for my daughter.

  455. Jennifer says:

    Love these fabrics! I would add these to patchwork quilt I am making the colors would work wonderfully!

    Thanks!

  456. Leisel says:

    Oohhhhh! I love this! The oranges and browns. . . Definetly a baby quilt waiting to happen. . . Thanks!

  457. Patti says:

    I think I’d make some baby clothes and perhaps some handbags. I love the combinations…or perhaps some placemats for my table. Hmmmm….

  458. Kathryn says:

    I love these colors! They match my couch, so when I first saw these fabrics I had a vision of them as large quilted throw pillows in my living room. :)

  459. Korbi says:

    I would make a fun little quilt, just to have and stare at because I LOVE THESE FABRIC CHOICES!!!

  460. Stacey says:

    i love all her work, i am working on one of her embroidery patterns, my first, teaching myself how to embroider, and using her designs, she is so very talented. if i won i would use these for a blanket for my son whose birthday is coming up!!

  461. carrie says:

    I think I would need to make some clothes for my little girl and her friend to coordinate at church. They’d feel so special!

  462. Maggie says:

    I would make a lap quilt for my daughters. These fabrics are great. I especially like the mouse with cheese.

  463. anita says:

    I’ve made the pig on wheels Christmas ornament and I’ve embroidered the Quilting Bee stitchet. I used the stitchet in a pillow for our living room couch. I loved both patterns. Very cute fabric selection.

  464. Jessica says:

    For our little one on the way, I would make a baby quilt & some vintage-inspired stuffed animals. I love the vibe of these colors together!

  465. Bonnie says:

    I can’t argue with inspiration–a baby quilt would be totally lovely in these fabrics.

  466. Alice S says:

    Well, great. I’ve been trying to lay off of the fabric buying and then you go and put this fat quarter bundle together. Its perfect! I’ve got 3 friends expecting babies in late fall/early winter so I would love to win this to whip up some cute baby quilts.

    I recently printed Hillary’s paper dolls onto magnetic paper. After cutting them out, I placed them on a magnetic board and made a felt sleeve to slide it into. My little girl will be receiving this tomorrow on her 2nd birthday.

  467. Sarah says:

    Oh, wow, these are so cute! My next quilt is going to be a Mini-Pinwheel quilt, like this one: http://redpepperquilts.blogspot.com/2009/06/mini-pinwheel-template.html and I think these fabrics would be absolutely adorable! I’m loving these fabric choices!

  468. alison says:

    I’m in the process of completing a quilted table runner. I think the quilting bug has bitten me – I loved making it. I think I would have to make a quilt out of the fat quarters. I would have it on the back of my sofa though so the kids and I can cuddle up together on cool, rainy days. Or maybe I would make a patchwork skirt for my niece? Or a patchwork bag would be nice! The possibilities are endless!

  469. Hillary says:

    Wee Wonderfuls is brand new to me, but seeing as my name is Hillary and my 2 year old is Phoebe I think we must need to get to know eachother and our work! And her Fat Quarter pack is fabulous! My favorites are the teal mice and the orange pearl bracelet feather one! So pretty!

  470. Katie says:

    I absolutely love the combination of these colors together. I am really digging browns, oranges and yellows with splashes of that light blue. Inspired by the lovely Wee Wonderfuls, I would use these fabrics for dolls! Doll clothes, doll quilts, doll appliques… the options are endless!

  471. Rebecca says:

    Fun idea – there are so many cute kids prints from different lines that go together.

  472. Toni says:

    I have a friend who is about to deliver twins and I think these fabrics would make some awesome baby gifts- booties, blankets, kimonos…. Thanks!

  473. Betsy says:

    These fabrics are great! I’d turn them into a series of a-line dresses for my daughters. Or… I’d attempt my first quilt. Sigh… Beautiful.

  474. Amy T. says:

    How lovely! I would use the pack to make one of many baby quilts in the works!

  475. Rita says:

    these are sweet prints. I am dying to make a Hillary Lang doll for my 5 year old friend. I would use these prints for clothes and accessories. :)

  476. Lindsay says:

    Those are adorable! When I was a baby, I had a soft-fabric book with all sorts of shapes and animals inside appliqued from different prints. This fabric would be perfect to make one for my friend’s new baby!

  477. wendy says:

    Those little mice in teal are calling my name! :)

  478. Kristin says:

    oh my, I think this is my favorite so far! I would definitely use it for a quilt!

  479. Mary P says:

    I’d probably make another baby quilt. I know, boring answer, but I’ve got three friends who are expecting!

  480. monica says:

    I would either make a quilt or a ton of little projects, likes toys, soft shoes and so on. Very cute fabrics!!

  481. MeganAnne says:

    I’ve been so itching to try my hand at some quilting. Maybe I would take her sugestion and make a baby quilt out of these – they’re beautiful!

  482. amanda says:

    I don’t know…I’d probably make something for my little boy’s room (love that Elephant fabric)!

  483. Jacey says:

    I love the selection, the colours are very warm. Hmmm, I have tonnes of ideas of what to make! Probably some baby bibs for all of my friends with toddlers and then maybe a clutch or portfolio cover to go along with them for mom.

  484. Meg says:

    I LOVE THAT MIX! I don’t have much use for fat quarters, otherwise I’d buy a pack!

  485. Rochelle says:

    I’ve been collecting fabrics of these colors for a few months now! I think a quilted hooded jacket for a little 2 year old girl I know, made from a combination of some of these fabrics with baby wale corduroy is in order.

  486. Monica Gee says:

    Oooh – I love the apple alphabet in brown. What a fun fabric to have in a kid’s room!

  487. Dina says:

    Oh my, I think this would be perfect for a baby shower gift where you don’t know if the baby is a boy or a girl. I’m thinking a carriage quilt w/ a patchwork toy, like an elephant to match!

  488. What a sweet FQ pack! I would make a doll quilt with it. I’ve made the Wee Bunny, and bought the spaceboy pattern to work on it for my nephew. I am waiting for a little girl to come into my life so I have a reason to make the Kit, Chloe and Louise dolls!

  489. Crissy says:

    The Fleecy Monkeys are super cute!! I would have loved to have one as a child. :)

  490. Katie says:

    I’m in love with this fall palette. Katie Jump Rope has been so popular… I’d love to have some. I’m getting a new niece or nephew around Christmas time too so I would most likely use this fabric to make him/her a quilt. But… since I’m having my own baby girl in 5 weeks… I might have trouble giving it up!! So I’d probably have to make 2 even though Holly does not need any more blankets!!

  491. I too would make a baby quilt.

  492. Kelly says:

    These would make a beautiful, classic-looking baby quilt. And for a boy OR a girl. I never would have put these colors/prints together myself, but I do love them!

  493. Mishkat says:

    I’m a quilter, so I had to look at Hillary’s quilts, and am so inspired by her birthday quilt! I want to make a similar one. And her quilt “Heed My Warning” is one of the funniest quilts I’ve ever seen (but I have made some like that already.)

    Thanks very much for the links!

  494. Katie Bowlby says:

    I haven’t tried any of her patterns–YET–but I have my eye on that robot.
    I think I’d have to make a patchwork quilt with her fat quarter pack. Love it!

  495. Wendy says:

    I love the daisies! I would use the fabric to make baby nursing covers!

  496. Heather says:

    Darling!

  497. Whistlepea says:

    These are some of my very favourite prints! I would probably make a little doll quilt to display on the wall of my studio.

  498. Grand dad says:

    Oh a “Trip Around the World” pattern,snuggly quilt, centered with the Elephant alphabet, to be used on the porch swing at twilight!

  499. Angela N says:

    I would make something for my own doll-quilt wall! I have also made Hillary’s Space Boy and my boy just loves him!

  500. Anita says:

    Such beautiful fabrics! I would tackle making coordinating little totes for church for me and both the girls. :)

  501. Megan says:

    Love these! I would definitely put them in a quilt. I really like the color combo.

  502. Ellen says:

    In April, Hillary gave away some misfit toys . . . and I have to tell you I LOVED the Christmas-bot. It made me think of Rudolph and the Island of Misfit Toys! Love your fabric choices!!!!

  503. Linda J. says:

    Those are beautiful patterns! Dh was looking over my shoulder and said, “I wouldn’t mind a sofa throw made from some of those”! They may have been designed for a baby line but several of them could be “very grown up”.

    I think I see a baby travel quilt and a grown up throw in my future….

  504. Helena says:

    Love the choices, elephant alphabet is too cute. I would make the 5 and dime quilt, simple and would grow with the baby if you make the lap size.

  505. Britt says:

    I like the mice, the bumble bees and the elephants! SOOO cute. I think a crib blanket or a picnic blanket would be a perfect use of these fabrics.

  506. Shannon says:

    I would make a fun picnic quilt for my girlies. One we could use at the pool or on the back porch

  507. Hannah says:

    I see an elephant! I’ve been obsessed with elephants on fabric lately. I’ve also been eying the girly stripwork skirt from pink fig and I think these fabrics would be great to make it with.

  508. Ashley says:

    great fabric selection, and a great description! would certainly make a fabulous baby quilt, and that’s probably exactly what I would do with them!

  509. Katie says:

    My nephew just moved from the crib to his big-boy bed and I would just love to make him a new quilt to go with it.

  510. Margaret says:

    I agree — a baby quilt would be wonderful in these prints! I have a little one on the way (don’t know yet whether it’s a boy or girl) and these would go beautifully with the colors we’ve been thinking of using in the nursery! I’d love to put them together in a quilt!

  511. Lee says:

    I would make patchwork basket insets on natural linen bases. These fabrics make me happy, so having a batch of storage baskets with them would encourage me to organize????!!!!

    Leelee

  512. Cecily says:

    Like Hillary, I have baby quilts on the mind (a best friend had twins, and I have 9 other friends who are due in the next three months). Playing with a little color here and there would make a regularly boring baby quilt stand out a little more (without being too much work for the quileter).

  513. Amy says:

    Ah, great assortment! I’m wanting to piece a cover for my bulletin board and these would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

  514. Annika says:

    I agree with Hillary – a baby blanket! And since I am expecting, I just might have to.

  515. qsogirl says:

    what great colors! this really is a great set for a child’s quilt!

  516. Anna Maschke says:

    These would make a great set of blocks for my little boy (8 months). His sister gets more of my creations; it is his turn now!

  517. molly says:

    I made 3 kit/chloe/louise dolls with my mom this past Christmas. I think I would made a princess and the pea bed with this fat quarter pack, if I were to win. Each print would look amazing on the little mattresses. Thanks!

  518. CassiB says:

    Love it! It reminds me of being little. Would be cute for a boy or girl. I would make a carseat cover and a baby quilt. But I probably wouldn’t be able to stop there, lol.

  519. Jessica T says:

    I’ve been all about bags lately so I would probably make some bags. It’s weird other things I’ve sewn lately have turned out slightly wonky but I am a bag making machine! Probably gift bags for my children’s birthday parties which are coming up soon.

  520. alisha says:

    Beautiful fabrics. I’d love to make a baby quilt or some toys for my little girl who is on the way.

  521. Kim B. says:

    Hillary’s skill is way out of my range of abilities! But her projects are a treat to feast the eye upon!!! What a delight it would be to have these beauties for myself. These would make PERFECT patchwork pillows for the futon in our basement playroom/craft room combo! What sweet designs with a perfectly executed vintage feel! It would be the perfect compliment of childhood joy in the playroom against my grown-up and equally colorful craft station. Fingers crossed!!!!

  522. Nichole says:

    i would either put them into a quilt our make some purses or bags with them. they’re a great selection of fabrics!

  523. Sherri says:

    I think they would make a very cute baby afghan!

  524. Oh that is gorgeous! I would love to make a quilt from these for my little boy’s room.

  525. angela says:

    Great fabrics! I’d make something for my daughter’s room as they would look great in there – maybe a banner or some pillows or fabric baskets!

  526. Charissa says:

    A baby quilt would be perfect, since I’ll need one by December for our new little addition! Beautiful set!!

  527. Kim Henslee says:

    i would definitely make a quilt for my soon-to-arrive son! I love the earthy colors and the fun prints that don’t distract from one another. I’m especially partial to anything with little honey bees! way too cute!

  528. Abby says:

    I think I would be unable to resist making a baby accessories with these fabrics. Burp clothes, trim on an embellished towel, case to hold diapers and wipes. They would all be adorable! I love the colors and the fabrics.

  529. MamaBee says:

    What a lovely selection! I would love to try my first quilting project, a blanket for baby-on-the-way, with that set of fat quarters.

  530. Sarah E. says:

    those are super cute!!! It looks like they would make a super fun little rag quilt!

  531. MegVS says:

    Beautiful! I have a new niece coming soon and I agree that this would make a beautiful baby quilt!

  532. Stacey says:

    Wow what great fabrics. So thing about them reminds me of my childhood. I would have so much fun with these fat quarters. I am due to have my third baby in 2 1/2 months. I would use these to make burp cloths, or maybe a blanket. I think I would have to find just the right project for these cute materials

  533. Tanya Barrett says:

    I would most likely make a baby quilt, I have a new nephew, and the colours and choices are absolutely adorable…

  534. Unity says:

    Those are some beautiful quarters! I think that they would make a nice quilt or wall hanging for my girls room. My 7 and 5 year olds love colors like those.

  535. Bethany says:

    I love Hillary’s blog! And the fabrics she picked are so very “her”! Beautiful selections, Hillary!

  536. Tina Mackey says:

    I LOVE the Elephant Alphabet Brown! These prints make me think of my Grammy, she had a drawer full of fabrics like this. Of course I didn’t appreciate them at the time.
    I would love to make a pieced table cloth or table runner out of these prints!

  537. Elizabeth A says:

    I”m making a cloth book for my daughter that spells out her name. The color palette of this FQ collection is perfect for my book and the prints are adorable!

  538. Desiree says:

    I love the colors in this fat quarter pack! I would make a baby quilt as well with these fabulous fabrics. I especially love the little elephants… and sunflower love :)

  539. These are so cute! I would love to make a String-X quilt with these fat quarters.

  540. Lauren says:

    I’ve been keeping my eyes open for inspiration for my first adult sized quilt, and although Hillary had a baby quilt in mind when she chose her fat quarters, I would love for that collection to have a home on one of our beds! Very nice selection with great colors and balance!

  541. brittany says:

    i made the wee bunny and a matching pair of pj’s for my son for easter! loved how simple her pattern was and how easy to put together!

  542. tasha roe says:

    I think some darling summer clothes for my little Ella Mae are calling my name and these fabrics would be PERFECT! The color combinations are perfect for summer & fall. So dreamy! So inspiring!

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