Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Amanda Soule

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Our Guest Fat Quarter Pack Design Series has been inspiring.  We love seeing which fabrics our favorite fiber artists group together.  Today Amanda Soule from SouleMama shares a nice mix of stripes, dots & dreams with the Amanda Soule Mix Fat Quarter Pack.

Amanda’s blog and her two books need no introduction… We’re certain you thrill right along with us when a new round of Solstice Jammies or fresh corners debut! Amanda reminds us about the magic, celebration & beauty all around us. The warm, approachable style in both of Amanda’s books, The Creative Family and Handmade Home, helped guide us to add simple doses of art, creativity, comfort & joy to family life. We’re so excited to know the Soule crew is hard at work on a third book!

This gal can knit up the perfect sweater (styled oh-so-nicely with those boots!), sew up a wonderful mix and wow us with family fun. While she does so much so very well, Amanda’s also up for showing the pencil on the wall which makes us appreciate her even more. We love our daily dose of Soule inspiration, and we’re so glad Amanda’s sharing some of that here today!

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From Amanda:

    When I’m gathering a collection of prints for a project, there’s generally one much-loved print that starts it all. In this case, it was the Japanese import Juniper Stripe that really captured my heart. From that starting place, I always pull in some stripes, some dots, some prints, and a bit of whimsy too.

    Looking at all of the prints together, I am certain I’ve been influenced by the massive amounts of tangerines we’ve been eating around here! Add to that a wintry blue sky as our current background, and some dreamy thoughts of the earthly delights of spring, and well, you’ve got a stack of “Tangerine Dreams”.

The fabrics:

The Amanda Soule Mix Fat Quarter Packs are available in the shop. Create some of your own “Tangerine Dreams” today! SOLD OUT!  THANK YOU.  YARDAGE AVAILABLE FOR MOST OF THE PRINTS ABOVE.

Comment below for a chance to win one of these beautiful packs.  Tell us what you’d make with these prints.

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635 Responses to Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Amanda Soule

  1. Looks like seriously good stuff.

  2. Crystal says:

    Ohh… A baby quilt for by sweet little babe.

  3. Carrie says:

    i’ve never made a blanket before, that’d be pretty cool.

  4. Kim S. says:

    baby quilt. I have 3 to make. These would be lovely.

  5. Marcia W. says:

    The colors in this pack are awesome! I’d love to make a “fat quarter” quilt with these. Amanda’s description is just what I thought when read it: tangerines, severe clear blue skies, and green grass coming up underneath the brownish lawn – telling me spring is coming. Marcia W.

  6. Angie says:

    So many ideas in my head but at the moment I’m making bibs and coasters so this would go towards those!

  7. sandee says:

    I would make the cute sketchbook cover Amanda blogged about today!

  8. Katy says:

    Let’s see…something for the whole family. The more “manly” prints (orange/white dots, brown pattern) would become funky cotton ties for hubby. I’d definitely take a couple for purses for me (can’t decide!) and then some jumpers for friends’ little ones.

  9. amy says:

    I have a good friend who’s pregnant, and I plan on sewing something…probably a baby blanket for her.

  10. Kate says:

    The prints have an out-of-doors feel so I would make treasure bags for my kids and friends to gather their special finds in when we’re out in the woods.

  11. Jo Marks says:

    i would make a laptop cover, and maybe a cute little bag for my daughter who starts kindy on monday :-)

  12. Amanda has been one of my favorites for a long time and her fabric choices are fabulous! I would use those lovely prints to make a table runner for my dining room because the colors are perfect!

  13. traci says:

    i would make a cozy quilt for my soon-to-be-born nephew!

  14. Kathy says:

    I’d like to make a foray into baby boy pants.

  15. Katie S says:

    The granite countertops in my kitchen have a bit of orange in them so I think I would be tempted to make some patchwork curtains of some sort for over the sink. And maybe use the rest as sccents for some fun cloth napkins? Oh the possibilities…

  16. Molly Haley says:

    I am dying to make my son a quilt as he will soon be moving to a bigger bed! Really this is just an excuse for his mama to sew a quilt because she’s never made one before….

  17. Fiona says:

    I’d make a summer skirt for myself!

  18. sue says:

    I would make sweet quilted seatcushions for my dining room chairs. They’re the perfect colour – so warm and fun.

  19. erica says:

    ooohhh! I’d have to make something very cute for the nieces…a patchwork skirt or quilt!

  20. Sarah says:

    This is gorgeous! I’d be quilting, all the way!!

  21. Mariana says:

    I will do a cozy litlle pillow for lovely Rita, my cat.
    She deserves it as she doesn’t has one yet!

  22. Diana says:

    Ooh, hard to pick just one thing… I think I would make an inspiration board or a wall quilt for my boys’ bedroom.

  23. Stacy says:

    Hmmm… maybe one of those quilts that she just made for her little one? My little guy needs a bigger blanket for his bed and I think these prints would suit him just fine!

  24. Becky Sander says:

    I’d make a sweet skirt for my little girl, then see what else transpires.

  25. Becky Sander says:

    so cool! These are awesome. Thank you!

  26. Amanda says:

    My husband and I have just turned our guest bedroom into a playroom for our 12 month old son. It is white and boring, and these fabrics would be just the thing to inspire a color palette for the newly purposed room! I would use the fabrics to make some curtains for the two windows, a floor cushion or two, and definitely mix them up with some timtex to create some storage cubes for his toys! How fun!!

  27. Marie J. says:

    Very nice, i am thinking about little bags for my flowers seeds!

  28. Irma says:

    Hi, i love those fabrics

  29. Lacey says:

    I would make a quilt with my teen daughter. She is ready to branch out and start making her own quilts. So exciting.

  30. Laurie says:

    love love love the color choices- perfect for my new cottage

  31. Mary says:

    a quilt of course!!

  32. Olivia says:

    I see some sister-sister matching patchwork skirts for my little ladies. I love how inspiring fabric can be!

  33. cyndi says:

    oh i’d make pants, pants and more pants. definitely pants for my little boys who are always in need of PANTS!!

  34. Kym says:

    A quilt. I’ve admired many, but never made one. This autumny set of prints would be perfect. Maybe their loveliness would distract from the many mistakes a first quilt is bound to have!

  35. Claudia says:

    I would make some pillows or placemats out of those beutiful fabrics.

  36. Constance says:

    These are beautiful! I am just starting my first quilt and these colors would look great with the fabrics I already have!

  37. Danielle says:

    Definitely cushion covers!

  38. Catie says:

    Hi there
    I LOVE the colors and how they play together!
    What fun these would be in a scrappy quilt! Maybe makeinterlocking squares – great texture too
    Thanks for the opportunity to meet the designer and a chance to win
    Cheers
    Catie

  39. marcela says:

    I would make a quilt. I’m learning to quilt and I’m in love with it! These fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
    markymarcela(at)hotmail(dot)com

  40. Danielle says:

    oooo….I was really wanting to buy a set. I hope I win, I want to make a log cabin throw!!

  41. Anne says:

    Would love to play with these!

  42. sandi says:

    napkins I think

  43. Hayley says:

    I think these are too gorgeous to separate- I would make a snuggly quilt to share with my babes. Mmmmmm…

  44. Melissa says:

    Love this fabric! I’d love to make a quilt for my girls, or maybe some new clothes for this summer. Thanks for sharing (and thank you Amanda)!

    Melissa

  45. miriam sappington says:

    What a great color combination, I especially love the browns and blues! I would use some of these fantastic prints to make a wonderful little boys birthday quilt, just in time for next month.
    Thank you!

  46. Keri says:

    Gorgeous patterns! I think I would make a baby quilt for my next little one…

  47. kristyn says:

    I would definitely use this pack for my first quilt! With a thrifted backing in white maybe. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

  48. ooooh lovely!! i would make some patchwork throw pillows! i am so bummed that the packs are all sold out… not surprised though!!

  49. Jane says:

    oh my, these are so lovely!
    I would take a while to decide but probably a quilt to show off the beautiful fabrics, sashed with lots of white to make them pop!
    otherwise gorgeous bags, pillows, or other little fat quarter projects to make them ‘last’ a little longer!

  50. Andrea says:

    Maybe a quilt or a summer shirt!

  51. Crissy says:

    I would make a patchwork skirts in different combinations for little girls! So cute!

  52. Suzanne says:

    Love these prints! Oh, I would have such a hard time deciding what to make-maybe some napkins, a set of hot pads, placemats? Something for the kitchen, I think.

  53. Briana says:

    I’d love to teach my two daughters quilting. These fabrics would be so fun to work with.

  54. Jennifer says:

    I think I’d make a doll quilt for my youngest, who has been requesting something “blue and orange”. This fits the bill! So lovely.

  55. stephenie says:

    My plan is to make a wall hanging with pockets for my son’s room. A place where he can stash all his goodies and be able to find them. Seems somehow fitting since I fell in love with the idea from Amanda’s book. Thanks for the opportunity.

  56. serina says:

    a throw!

  57. How ’bout an apron?

    Lovely choices.

    Thanks.

  58. Sarah says:

    Oh . . . what would I make? I’m sure I’d come up with something fun! Great giveaway!

  59. Vintagefern says:

    I think I would make a patchwork skirt out of them, or maybe a quilt. Yummy!

  60. tanya says:

    a throw pillow for my couch! pretty.

  61. AnnaLucia says:

    Perfect combination of colors and prints…w/ dreams of a small lap/nap quilt and darling “patchwork” skirt and jumper for my one and only grandchild…lil Arwen alexandra! Love “SouleMama’s” choices! :-)

  62. aubin says:

    Awesome prints together! I think Id whip up a lovely tablerunner if I won these, then I could see it from everywhere in my house and enjoy its loveliness on a day to day basis.

  63. Liz says:

    LOVE IT! What lovely colors.

  64. Kat says:

    Ofcourse the Soule Mama fat quarters are sold out! We all want to be her! Her taste is amazing and this fabric would make a beautiful cherished quilt for my child if it was in my hands.

  65. Franny Z says:

    I would love to make some pants for my son! And perhaps some cute fabric containers as well.

  66. Jennifer says:

    Love the colors!
    The blue and orange are
    so cheery on a grey day.
    They would make a perfect throw
    for my blue leather couch!
    Thank You.

  67. Kyla says:

    I would cover an old bulletin board to make an inspiration board….Amanda is such an inspiration!

  68. Val Miller says:

    love them all … I would make some patchwork pillows or a quilt.

  69. Jenn says:

    I would love to make my girls a skirt or even a dress…maybe a blanket instead? Can’t decide yet!

  70. giselle says:

    these are the cutest colors for a little boy quilt. our friends have a new baby who is still undergoing surgeries and i’d love to make them an extra special blanket.

  71. Ira says:

    Gorgeous! I would love to make a quilt for my little girl’s new bed.

  72. Erin says:

    I’d make quilts for my girls’ doll beds.

  73. Angela says:

    Always love those Soules and I am loving the fabrics. I see quilts, napkins, placemats and other fun things with Tangerine Dreams!

  74. Corrinna says:

    Where do I start? My two daughters would want scarves, purses, bags, notebook covers, dolls clothes, skirts, aprons, bookmarks, bracelets, hairclips, pencil cases, and the latest request is a wall hanging with zippered pockets for all of their little papers. After looking at that list I think I need a lie down!

  75. Andrea says:

    A wonderful little quilt to brighten up my couch (which is looking quite dreadful these days).

  76. suzi says:

    Oooh! I am loving the fabrics that she has put together. That is where I have a problem I can never figure out which fabrics go together I am wanting to make a tablerunner and this selection of prints would look good.

  77. Anna says:

    I could see these fabrics in a groovy, knee or ankle length patchwork skirt =) worn with sandals in the summer or tights and a sweater in winter

  78. Rita Davia says:

    Just love how simple these fabrics look!

  79. Jen says:

    Oh, some patchwork goodness would certainly be in order. Love this pack, thanks for the chance!

  80. Tara says:

    I would love to make a baby blanket with these!

  81. Jolene says:

    I would make a blanket for my aunt who just finished chemotherapy for stage 4 breast cancer, she is undergoing radiation at the moment. But, I’ve been wanting to make her a little lap blanket for when she’s relaxing and the colors in this fat quarter stack look perfect for her.

  82. erin says:

    I would make some cute totes to hang on the wall. They are awesome for stashing *kid items* in!

  83. lindsay says:

    Well, of course that looks like a quilt!

  84. Carrie says:

    These are beautiful. I’ve used some of the Mendochino fabric on some doll quilts and really love it. I think I would make a simple small patchwork quilt with these. Thanks for the chance to win!

  85. JOANNA says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE NAPKINS FOR MY WEDDING WITH THESE.OOH I HOPE I WIN!!!

  86. Becky says:

    I am a new sewer and would love to make my 13 month old a quilt. The colors in the fabric really remind me of fall, the season of his birth.

  87. alison says:

    I would love to win! There are so many things I could do!

  88. amy says:

    Love the third and fourth row of fabrics. I would make a summer beach quilt- her posts are always inspiring and remind me of my trips every summer to southern maine.

  89. Lara says:

    These are so incredible- love them all! I think I would make a pillow, embellish some hand towels, and perhaps create a small framed version like you did above (really beautiful).

  90. Stacy says:

    Ahh, these would definitely be at home in a quilt with orange sashing!

  91. I will try and do my first quilt, for my little princess.

  92. Brittany says:

    So cute! Would love the chance to play around with these!

  93. Arabella says:

    They’re lovely! I think they would be great colours for a little boy baby quilt. And if there was a little bit left over, some little boy patchwork trousers.

    Arabella

  94. Jill says:

    I’ve been reading The Creative Family and I’ve found it very inspiring and full of great ideas. Amanda has flawless taste and I wish i could have a fraction of her ingenuity and creativity!

    I think I would make a quilt, although the Ella Ice/Dolce print would make a really cute skirt! Or a tunic…

  95. sara says:

    I think I could make some great coasters for the living room, possibly a skirt or dress for my two-year-old, maybe just put them all together in a blanket . . . so many possibilities!!

  96. deborah kaye says:

    I would like to make a beautiful window pane quilt — with each of those fabrics framed in white. I really want to win, especially since the fat quarters are no long available to purchase

  97. Nicole says:

    Orange is one of my favorite colors, and I love the mix with blue and brown. I’d love to do some log cabing pillows for the living room… or maybe for my bed.

  98. Heather says:

    oh so yummy! I could see a patchwork hobo bag made with these choices for sure!

  99. Neza says:

    Great colors and patterns! I’d make a pillow with them so I could see and feel the lovely combination every day! Thank you!

  100. amanda says:

    It’s so Soule! :) Not sure what I’d make… springy clothes for my two little girlie-pies, I think. :)

  101. Paulina says:

    For some time I plan to make a laptop sleeve for my man. These fabrics would be great for the project!

  102. Liz says:

    I would definitely pull a Sound of Music and make matching lil outfits for my boys and I. Maybe vests for them and a dress for me! Woo hoo!

  103. joelle says:

    Oh wow, I love the selection! Humm I would definitly make my son a blanket.

  104. mamalang says:

    What couldn’t I make…ipod cases for my favorite girls, maybe a patchwork apron for me?

  105. Wendy says:

    I was going to buy one, but they’re all gone – that was sure fast!
    Will there be more going into the shop?
    Thanks,
    raybungatacsalaskadotnet

  106. aimeed says:

    Those are absolutely beautiful. Great inspiration.

  107. Sara says:

    I would love to use them in a charm quilt or maybe as part of my neverending cathedral squares quilt – the colorways are so delicate.

  108. edipi says:

    Oh, what a lovely combination!
    Perfect for a little postcards or even for a wall collage picture!

  109. Linda says:

    Lovely fabrics. I would make a tote bag with the wonderful prints.

  110. Kathy says:

    I know exactly what I would make. I have been waiting for some fabric to fall into my lap. I would make some patchwork pillows and a table runner.

  111. Nancy Mc says:

    Orange is a favorite accent color of mine. I think I wuld have to make pillows to toss around. I love the combinations.

  112. Rebecca says:

    love these fabrics together. would have to make something for my girlies…skirts…a blanket…something lovely!

  113. auntygabby says:

    I’d like to finish a blanket for my girl who would especially warm to the Juniper print. I’d also like to put together a couple of small bags for her for her things since she’s figured out in/out and loves bags as much as her mama does.

  114. erin says:

    i would make a quilt for my daughter’s bed. lovely!

  115. Gillian says:

    I am on a baby gift sewing binge at the moment – I think everyone I know is pregnant right now. These fabrics would work quite well with the bootie, bib & bloomer creating.

  116. I’m refinishing my own childhood doll cradle & highchair for my son’s birthday…so I’d make a little patchwork quilt to fit inside the cradle for his doll & bears…and then I’d have too much fun finding all kinds of various uses for the remnants!

  117. Vicki K says:

    Love all the browns! I’d make the cutest pillows ever…

  118. Keren says:

    i would make a stuffed giraffe. i saw some the other day and want to try !!!

  119. Susie says:

    I would make my first quilt!

  120. Betsy M says:

    These are my husbands favorite colors so I would probably figure out how to make a quilt for him.

  121. __L__ says:

    I’d love making a patchwork scarf for spring (when it’ll come… the weather is so cold here!!).

  122. Its_Lily says:

    Oh my gosh….I can see pillows, bags, a cozy wrap, headbands and scarfs for the little one….yes, these fabrics are perfect for so many projects. Thank you for posting them.

  123. Jessica says:

    OH! A quilt, a quilt, a quilt! For my beautiful little boy!

  124. Melissa S says:

    Oh, just gorgeous! I am not much of a seamstress but have the desire to learn. I would love to be able to play with this combo and make something fun!

  125. Paige says:

    I would make a quilt for our living room – beautiful!

  126. Jamie says:

    Thanks for the awesome give-away. Well, my primary personal goal for 2010 is to learn to sew. I have been so inspired by Amanda’s 2 books and now have a sewing machine too. I moved into our home and had a baby in the same month so I am just now getting into making our house a home. For Christmas I got a green vintage victorian sofa and I have a modern dark brown IKEA couch as well as an old orange chair all in the main living area. I think this fabric bundle would be perfect to make throw pillows and a throw blanket for the sofa. I love a mix of old and new in my home.

  127. Brandy says:

    I’ve never made a quilt, but I might have to try it with these pretty fabrics. Or maybe I’ll just frame the fabric and hang it on the wall. So pretty!

  128. Amanda says:

    Bibs and baby pants!

  129. Laurie Gelo says:

    Oh, I love these fabrics. I would make a lap quilt for myself. These are just my colors. Yummy.

  130. Laura says:

    Love the tangerine color thrown in with my two favorites- blue and green!

  131. Beadgirl says:

    Pretty! I’d love to turn these into little drawstring sacks to hold various items.

  132. Blayne says:

    Those are awesome! I think I would make wall art or some bags or some surprise I haven’t even thought of…crossing my fingers…

  133. Beth T says:

    Amanda always inspires me with the way she gets right to it and makes quilts that are beautiful and straightforward in design–she doesn’t spend a year belaboring which complicated, fussy pattern to make (that would be me, doing that), she cuts beautiful fabric into simple blocks and then gets busy sewing those blocks together and the next thing we know, her kids are snuggling with a quilt their mom made for them. If I won these fabrics I would promise myself that I’d act quickly, with a burst of enthusiasm, and end up with something we could use and love, not just an idea of something I might make someday.

  134. Ann says:

    I love these colours. I would make a baby quilt for our brand new grandson.

  135. AshleyO says:

    I love every one of them!! Gorgeous!

  136. Stephanie says:

    OH! I came to get the fat quarter pack and see its sold out! Now I’m crossing my fingers and hoping this mama wins big!

  137. Moby says:

    I would make a sweet little quilt for a new little one! Thank you!

  138. kimmer says:

    I would LOVE to make a crazy, layered skirt for my 4 1/2 y/o daughter. She has fun brown “motorcycle” boots and a peachy colored sweater that would combine to make a fabulous outfit!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  139. Katie Lynn says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE those patterns! I could do so many wonderful things with those fabrics! *Fingers crossed!*

  140. Katy says:

    I’m thinking of making a patchwork purse for spring and these fabrics would be perfect. Thank you!

  141. Colette says:

    Oh oh oh the things I could do if I got my hands on one of those packs ;0) Loving those colors!!!

  142. kjerstiye says:

    waht do I think about the selection?
    I think it’s perfect! count me in!

  143. DianeY says:

    I can see a cute lap quilt with these fabrics. I wish I could choose combinations like these!

  144. Carey says:

    I’d have to say I’d use them for myself to make a new hip bag to take to the gym with me. Thanks!

  145. Casey says:

    Oh, they scream bag to me! (well, everything screams bag to me!)

  146. Juice says:

    I would make some softies for my niece and nephew!

  147. P Roland says:

    I have a funny little, just the right size blanket need. This would make the project oh so fun!

  148. Kristin says:

    They are all so beautiful! A few patchwork pillows for my couch. And a doll dress for my little one’s baby!

  149. karenika says:

    these are stunning!! I want to make a tote. A bag to put all my crafty bits into. And one to hold some baby toys!

  150. Shannon says:

    I think that I might make some pants for the kids:) What a wonderful collection!

  151. Suzanne says:

    I think I would try to make my first ever Quilt. Beautiful fabric.

  152. Estelle says:

    I would be super selfish and make a lap quilt for myself. I love the orange bits of color in this collection. Makes me so happy.

  153. Karen says:

    I would love yo make a quilt and bumper pad set for my first grandchild. If I start now, I might get it done by July! I love your site, thanks for the chance to win. Blessings…

  154. Jes says:

    Beautiful! I have that color combination scattered all over the place – it’s one of my faves.

  155. Laila says:

    I would like to think I would make a selection of lovely pressies for people, and I would but would have to save a few pieces to make some revesible headbands just for me to treasure and use.

  156. Kendall says:

    I would love to make a skirt or baby blanket with those beautiful fabrics.

    Love the colors!

  157. christy davis says:

    My two youngest girls (two and one) just started sharing a room and this would make a great blanket for their first room together. I love Soulemama’s choices!

  158. Chrysalis Sandor says:

    I would make a super cute baby quilt for my new baby!

  159. Valerie says:

    Oh such beautiful oranges, perfect to brighten up this blustery overcast yucky winter day! I’d definitely use them together and make a nice sunny lap quilt or maybe a picnic blanket!

  160. Melissa S says:

    These would be lovely in a quilt.

  161. jen says:

    so many possibilities! I could make a fantoostic apron, or a funky patchwork blankie for a niece to be….

  162. Anja says:

    Love the juniper stripe and maddie flowers! My favorites! Great combo of oranges and browns with blue and green highlights. Just love it!

  163. Charity says:

    These are my oldest daughter’s favourite colours, so I’d definitely use them for her – maybe for an artist roll & bag set?

  164. Beth says:

    I think I’d make pants for my little one…he’s 8 mos and growing faster than I can sew! Great fabric, thanks soulemama!

  165. Megan says:

    So lovely!

    I just got my first sewing machine. I would probably tackle something patchwork in order to keep it all together. I would also keep some around for my advent tree next year. I’m making one square every year for a big quilt. My boyfriend and I pick out the fabric together so over time we can build something wonderful to keep us warm.

  166. Jen says:

    What a lovely collection. A little blanket or a patchwork skirt for my daughter is what I would make.

  167. Liz says:

    I would either make a quilt top for my son or matching aprons for the two of us a fun ruffle apron for myself & a plain, masculine one for him (he’s 15 months & already loves helping me cook!).

  168. sharon says:

    With those colours, I would make a great little baby quilt! Thanks.

  169. anabel says:

    I’ll make a beatiful mini quilt

  170. andy says:

    I am teaching my third grade students how to match fabrics together to make flowing combinations… I need some help with this myself – I would use these combinations to illustrate this method!!! We are making a “Kadosh Quilt.”
    Thanks!!

  171. earthchick says:

    Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! So so pretty. Perfect for a sassy lap quilt.

  172. love ‘em! I’m thinking a cool wall hanging would be great for my bare white wall :-)

  173. Arica Long says:

    I absolutely love the choices of fabrics that Amanda has chosen. They go really well together. I have been wanting to make a small quilt for my bed and this would go perfectly with my sky blue walls!

  174. Kimmy Ho says:

    I would make some cloth shoes!! The fabrics are beautiful!!! Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win!

  175. Tracey says:

    I would make market bags for all of my shopping.
    These colors are perfect for a new spring set.

  176. Claire says:

    I would make a quilted throw for our sofa, to snuggle under on these cold nights. And with any scraps I’d make a lovely scarf, along with some tweed fabric.

  177. Sarah Gebbie-Measeck says:

    I just can’t decide what I would make! Either napkins and placemats or pillows for our couch. Oh the choices!!!

  178. Jen says:

    I think these prints would look great as accents, curtains and as part of the new big boy bed quilt for my little guy. A great and very versatile selection. Well chosen Amanda!

  179. Regina says:

    these are exactly the colors of my home.I would have to make some log cabin pillow covers for my sofa. I’ve been wanting to do that for a while.

  180. Oh these would be PERFECT for a sweet blanket for my oldest <3 I would be so excited to win!!

  181. Cheyanne says:

    Oooh I love these fabrics together. I would love to make some patchwork pillows with these!

  182. Lisa Carroll says:

    I would make a quilt with those beautiful fabrics!

  183. Claire says:

    I love this set! I need new fabric, so I might have to splurge.

  184. tammy says:

    I love Amanda’s blog and her choice of fabrics. I would make something for my little man–who love love loves orange. Pillows or little pants!

  185. Crystal says:

    I would love to make a sweet baby quilt for my toddler’s dolly! Thanks.

  186. Sonya says:

    Perfectly lovely! I’d make a skirt for myself.

  187. Pia says:

    I love the oranges and browns. Spring may just be around the corner but those are whispering autumnal visions in my head. Maybe my first little quilt?

  188. Virginia says:

    These are so fun! I read SouleMama and love her take on life! I hope I win!

  189. Pauline says:

    Love the color mixes. I would make a clutch purse.

  190. Farmama says:

    I love it! I’d make a quilt for the new (old) wrought iron crib I got for my daughter! Thank you for the chance to win!

  191. Beth Fuller says:

    probably too late-but I would work them into my collages as I am apt to do…..my sewing machine is on the repair so I use fabric in a different way these days. Fabric informs and inspires my art, love it!

  192. Caroline says:

    Wonderful choice, thank you for the chance x

  193. Jamie says:

    Pillow shams, place mats, quilt…. who knows, so many ideas.

  194. Anne says:

    I’ve never made anything quilted and I think winning such a fun little pack would be the perfect most fun motivation!!

  195. Amanda says:

    I would make that awesome fat quarter pieced purse that I have saved…and I love using the leftovers for panels on baby carriers like ring slings and wraps :)

  196. Miss Mama Emme says:

    My youngest daughter (3) HATES knit pants, so I reworked a pants pattern I made when she was a baby, but we are on such a tight budget I have to wait before I buy the fabric for the pants! No complaints… we’re happy, healthy and glad to be so, but if I wond this A.S. collection (love her blog!!!) I would make pants for my youngest darling using the fat quarters to make SUPER darling mis-matched fronts and backs and pockets. And then with the scraps I’d have to make some pants for the big girl’s baby doll because that is only fair. Can’t wait to shop here!

  197. Charlotte says:

    Those fabrics just speak to clothing of some sort for me — well, actually, probably for my daughter and her dolls. I love the understated patterns!

  198. christine says:

    hmmm….tough to decide until I had them in front of me, touching them them. Lap quilt, placemats, pieces on skirts and pants for the family, possibilities endless!

  199. Byrney says:

    I would make a dinosaur that I have seen recently for my youngest boy. Lovely fabrics.

  200. Annie says:

    I think a quilt for my son!

  201. shannon says:

    a patchwork skirt… i love these colors and materials together!

  202. Amy says:

    I’d make a simple quilt for my big boy, who is rapidly outgrowing his Beatrix Potter baby quilt. He’d have a blast helping lay out the pieces.

  203. ashley lagestee says:

    I would use it to make a picnic blanket for my family.

  204. Diana says:

    Oohhh lovely… maybe a small quilt? I just love how they all work together.

  205. Catherine says:

    What a lovely collection! A picnic set for sure! A liner for my bike’s wicker basket (much used on picnics) and some picnic napkins.

  206. Johanna says:

    I’m not a Mama (yet!), but I am slowly learning how to sew with my Grandma’s old sewing machine. This summer I want to take a sewing class and I would use these lovelies to make a patchwork skirt as my class project. Even just thinking about that gets me all excited and looking forward to summer!

  207. kelli says:

    Snuggle dolls for the new babies that are arriving all around me!

  208. Casey says:

    I would make cushions!

  209. Jessina says:

    Oh, how beautiful! Perhaps I would make a bag or some fabric cubbies with this fabric.

  210. Amy says:

    I’m expecting a baby in a few weeks, and would love to make a patchwork baby blanket from this beautiful fabric! Not sure if it’s a boy or a girl, but the colors would be great for either!

  211. meredith says:

    beautiful. i would love to turn those lovely fabrics into a set of multicolored cloth napkins.

  212. ksmama says:

    Lovely. I can see making some great totes out of these, or some zippered pouches.

  213. MC says:

    Beautiful! I would give these to my sister who is the family quilter. I am sure she would do something wonderful.

  214. Shelly says:

    wow, the possibilities are endless! I love the color combination and I wish I had snatched a pack up yesterday since it sold out so quickly. :( I would probably make a quilt and with the leftovers add them to bird and little bird’s semi-fantastic mr. fox. :)

  215. krista says:

    i’ve been looking for the perfect fabrics for some new dresses, pants, etc that my little one could wear! great picks :)

  216. Jenn says:

    I am just a beginner sewer so I think I would patchwork some pieces together to make a bag or some pot holders or placemats.
    Beautiful selection of patterns Amanda.

  217. Eagle Loft says:

    These fabrics cry out for me to make a picnic blanket. With enough little bits left over for Mama to have a patchwork handbag. Love this FQ pack!

  218. Nataly says:

    Love Soule Mama and her fat quarter pack! I would love to make a skirt for my little one and embellish a matching handknit sweater with them!

  219. Andi says:

    oooh la la…love the fabric. I would make my daughter a sundress and maybe a new makeup pouch for myself :)

  220. Ashleigh says:

    Ohhh, so wonderful. I would definitely make a pair of BeBe Mary Janes from a recently purchased pattern from Etsy’s Craft Hope for Haiti.
    Thank You!

  221. Rebecca says:

    One of a jillion wedding quilts that are waiting to be made. Thanks.

  222. Melissa says:

    That is such a lovely set of fabrics! I would use them to make a small lap quilt.

  223. Sarah H says:

    Great picks Amanda. I want to make some curtains with those fabrics!

  224. Valerie says:

    Beautiful! I’ve been looking around forever for a purse that has everything I want in the right size. I haven’t been able to find it, so I’d make myself one with these prints!

  225. Valerie says:

    I’ve been wanting to make some cushions for our kitchen chairs, or maybe a new bag for me (my current one is falling apart).

  226. Suyai says:

    Oh oh oh!!! I would made a lovely pilates mat bag, and pants for my toddler!! I LOVE the choices!!!

  227. Holly says:

    I love these fabrics! I am so glad you were featured on Amanda’s blog- I live in the middle of nowhere and needed a great place to order fabrics!

  228. Astreia says:

    I would make a quilt and a little dress for a doll for my daughters.

  229. I would love to win won of these beautiful choices! Thanks for the giveaway. I’ve got some quilt projects nearly underway that these would work really well with.

  230. tricia says:

    Spring girly dresses, of course! Beautiful and classic choices, Amanda…thanks!

  231. Sharon says:

    Oh! That’s totally screaming baby blanket and pants!!!

  232. Deb says:

    I’d definitely make a small lap quilt. I love those fabrics matched together.

  233. Helen says:

    what a great selection.
    maybe I will actualy piece a quilt together.
    maybe I will do it anyway – thanks for the inspiration!

  234. Michelle says:

    I would make a quilt fr my baby girl, whose first birthday we celebrated yesterday. These colors work so well with the kids bedroom!

  235. Colleen says:

    What would I make out of these beautiful prints? I’m not sure — they would need to live in my home a few weeks for me to decide. My first thought, though, is to make a beautiful lap quilt for using while knitting late at night. I would call it “amanda!”

  236. Andrea says:

    All those oranges and browns would be perfect for a new set of throw pillows in my pumpkin-orange livingroom (or a complete couch re-cover!!)

  237. Lisa D says:

    I love Amanda’s blog. It’s the first one I go to every morning. It sets the mood for the day by encouraging me to enjoy every second with the wee ones. As for the fabric, I love the colors that she’s chosen. My first inclination is to make a little lap quilt for snuggling. But I think I’ll end up pouring through my sewing books and researching ideas on this website before I make a final decision. Thanks for the opportunity.

  238. anthinoula says:

    Such a beautiful selection of fabrics in this pack.

    Not sure what I would make, maybe some fun pillows/floor cushions for our living room. I see the pack is already sold out :( so I sure hope I win!

  239. Cricket says:

    I’m looking forward to spring and would love to make a picnic blanket for my kiddos.

  240. tricia says:

    so pretty! oh my, doll clothes, a couple of tote bags, and something beautiful to lay on the picnic table!

  241. Tammi says:

    I would like to make a quilt for my daughter or maybe a dress for her.

  242. Deborah says:

    What lovely fabrics! I think the first thing I would make would be a quilt for my boys… they would love it! Thanks for the contest! :)

  243. Cristi says:

    Curtains and pillows for my living room!!

  244. Monah says:

    Great selection of yummy fabrics! I’d love to make some new pillow cases for the living room if I’m the lucky winner. Thank you for the chance to win!

  245. Andrea says:

    Oh, I’ve been wanting to make my son a blanket. These would be very nice! Thanks.

  246. Jodi Doeden says:

    I love this mix of fabrics. I’d like to make a table cloth for my daughters’ little table with these fabrics and matching doll blanket for their bassinet. Love this mix!

  247. Sara says:

    I would make cute matching skirts/dresses for my two girls (17 mon, 2 wks)

  248. Imperatrix says:

    Yeah, kids-schmids: I would use these to make something for myself!

  249. lin says:

    I would collage them into my drawings and write poems with them.

  250. Nicholas says:

    I see these in a lovely patchwork tote – or two!

  251. Lauren says:

    I would make a fun Farmers Market bag!

  252. Laura says:

    Oh, how beautiful! I am imagining all the possibilities….

  253. myriam says:

    What a wonderful collection- I would make a quilt for my heading heading to college. Definately cool enough for her!

  254. Emily says:

    So BEAUTIFUL! And inspired! Clearly shows what a designer she is. When I quilt, I get a little too literal with the color matching. I can’t wait to quilt with this collection!

  255. Ivy says:

    I really need to build up a fabric stash so that I can learn to “whip” things up as easily and cleverly as Amanda (ok, so maybe not). I see a few adorable patch work throw pillows from that mix. And maybe a baby doll quilt for my daughter. Or patchwork PJs for one of my boys. Oh….the possibilities!

  256. april m says:

    I would make a quilt – although it would be the perfect fabric for one of my quiet books :)

  257. Andrea P. says:

    What great fabric! Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

  258. mrstwigg says:

    We are creating a series of season panels for our dining room. Some of the fabrics would work perfect on them.

    The rest would make it onto a pillow or ever-changing patchwork couch.

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  259. Beth says:

    I LOVE these colors. I’d love to be able to make some pillow covers for our living room. We live on a farm, and I love the earth tones, mixed with the vibrant oranges, and the blue sky color. Perfect for a mix of the colors of farm life with a splash of orange for color!

  260. laura says:

    Patchwork bag…I can never make enough bags!

  261. Michaela says:

    Oh, those are beautiful… I can see some patchwork pillows.

  262. Laurie says:

    They would be so pretty just simply framed and hung on the wall!

  263. Emily V says:

    I don’t even know. I love the combination. I’m no good at putting together these things. I’d probably stare at them, completely afraid to cut into them. Hehe.

  264. Jessica says:

    I don’t know what I would make yet, but I would surely come up with something fabulously fantastic!!!

  265. Jennifer S. says:

    Mmm, this mix would be perfect for the new quilt that I’m planning at the moment!

  266. Michelle says:

    I’d love to make myself some blouses from the prints. With the fat quarters, I’m tempted to make a bunting for my sewing room.

  267. Bonnie says:

    These would make a beautiful set of placemats!

  268. sarah s says:

    I love them! I think I would make a patchwork top for a new bath mat with a piece of an old towel as the backing. The colors are PERFECT for me and for my home!

  269. Susan says:

    Lovely! I would probably make a smallish quilt with this gorgeous set of fabrics.

  270. Carol says:

    These remind me of the scrap quilts my grandma used to make for us when we were young. I loved to sit on my bed and look at all the different colors and designs in the fabrics she had used, marveling at how all those squares of material could make something so wonderful. For several years now I’ve been collecting fabric to make my own “Postage Stamp” scrap quilt just like my grandmas’ – going to take a ton because I’ve got a king sized bed!

  271. Natalie VV says:

    Love the possibilities.

  272. dorothy says:

    I’m getting ready to make my little guy a new batch of pants and shorts for spring. These would be great for colorful accents and pockets, etc…

  273. Kathleen says:

    My daughter is expecting her first child. I would make something for the baby. Since we don’t yet know if it will be a boy or a girl, this is the perfect blend of colors to go either way!

  274. Christina says:

    These would be perfect for a quilt, a first ever quilt that I am working up the nerve to start!!!

  275. jennee says:

    I love the splash of orange and blue. This would make perfect kitchen touches for me. A scrapy rug, dish towels, and maybe a valance.

  276. melissab says:

    these are sooo pretty! maybe, a very special set of napkins? thanks for the give-away:)

  277. dianne says:

    oh, those are beautiful. i would love to make a quilt with these (it would be y first!).

  278. Courtney says:

    Bean bag – tablecloth – what a perfect pairing pulled together by Amanda. Wow!

  279. BeckiReve' says:

    I love this combination of color and pattern! I can see a patchwork quiltlet in my future.

  280. Lena says:

    Brown, orange and green are just the colors in our living room – which needs some freshening up – so I’d make some nice new pillows. Love all those fabrics! Wow!

  281. meg says:

    oh– how about a patchwork pair of pants for my little boy… I have yet to sew for him– his sisters seem to get all the handmade lately

  282. Karen says:

    I would TOTALLY make lovey sleeping bags – my girls have been begging for sleeping bags with built in pillows for their favorite stuffed animals, and these would be amazing!

  283. amyks says:

    Love the combo…I would make a patchwork wall hanging.

  284. Maggie says:

    perhaps a fun bag for my knitting or some beautiful quilted coasters…

  285. Some patchwork pillow covers since these colors match my house beautifully! And the rest would find its way to pockets and trim on the pile of kiddo shorts being made up around here…..

  286. Abbey says:

    Beautiful fabric!! First I would make a sweet little patchwork crib rail protector to help keep my sons little beaver teeth from knawing thru his crib rail!!!!! Evidently he likes fiber! Then I would cover and frame a matching bulletin board. Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway! I love sewing!

  287. Jenny says:

    Love these fabrics and Love Soulemomma! I would make a fun patchwork apron for a gift for my sister!

  288. Patti says:

    Oooh! I would make a wedding shower gift for my cousins’s fiance… and I’ve promised myself not to buy any fabric for a while!!

  289. jessica says:

    I’d probably make a quilt, but maybe some throw pillows or a table runner. What a lovely pack!

  290. Catherine says:

    My daughter says “a dolly quilt”, and my son “a stuffed tiger toy.” So lovely, and I love the name “Tangerine Dreams.”

  291. Kaye Prince says:

    Oh yes please! I think these would be perfect to either mix in with the Hope Valley I’ll be using for a quilt, or I would use them for patchwork pillows and pouches.

  292. Jennifer says:

    I would make either table run or pillow with patchwork. Love those prints! Thanks!

  293. Southern Gal says:

    Quilt for my grandbaby due in June.

  294. M says:

    I think I’d make a skirt or pillow!

  295. Jessica says:

    These would make the perfect gender-neutral baby quilt!

  296. Suzanne says:

    I am currently creating a room for my first baby who is due June 5th. These prints and colors would be fabulous! I would use the charm pack for a quilt and purchase some of the other fabrics for curtains and a throw pillow on the rocker. And if I get super ambitious and have the time: crib skirt, diaper holder, fabric boxes to hold cloth diapers and other assorted materials, etc. What a fabulous pack! Thanks for the chance to win!

  297. Sarah B. says:

    Oh, these are lovely! I think I would make either new napkins for our beautiful new kitchen table, or start another quilt. Yummy fabric!

  298. Rory says:

    I think a little beach quilt would be great….orange sun, sand, blue sky?? Yup, that would be a great project!

  299. Kathleen says:

    These colors are wonderful and inspire many ideas at the moment. I’d definitely make a patchwork table runner with this group, as well as a pillow cover for a lonely chair that could use a little boost!

  300. Carrie says:

    I’d use these fat quarters in a quilt I’m planning for my son’s first birthday!

  301. elissa says:

    oh, these are FABULOUS. amanda has an eye for sure. i love the way these would go together for a little boy. i have a nephew on the way in april and this would make a perfect nursery quilt for his woodsy-themed nursery. crossing my fingers!

  302. Kelly says:

    I have been searching in vain for the perfect combo of fabrics to make myself a new quilt. Nothing looked right, until now! I NEED this fat quarter pack, really I do.

  303. Rain says:

    I love Soulemama. Great choices. I would make a baby quilt.

  304. shana says:

    I’m new to sewing, so I’d probably save them until I was more confident they wouldn’t be wasted on a ruined project! I think they would make a smashing quilt!
    Thanks,
    Shana (Minnesota!)

  305. Katie says:

    I would make a patchwork knitting bag- with a couple little bags for notions and swatches.

  306. jennsquared says:

    I would totally make a bag for my daughter. She is in need of a bag!!!!

  307. Darla says:

    Love my daily dose of Soule Mama! These fabrics are so cheery…great for placemats and napkins. Spring is on the way!

  308. MzTallulah says:

    What a cute mix! I would use the pack to make a large floor pillow cover to go in our living room.

  309. Heather says:

    I would make a baby blanket….expecting in a few months! What great colors, love them all.

  310. kelly says:

    i’d have to a baby quilt with these, i’ve got so many fiends due this year, i’d better get started on one soon!

  311. JP says:

    I would do patchwork aprons for my girls!

  312. Chris Aiton says:

    I would make a patchwork tote for spring, and hopefully an apron too. Just love this mix

  313. Roxanne says:

    I would make some patchwork pillows for my bedroom to match the new rug. With some of the scraps I would make a patchwork pincushion from Last Minute Patchwork and Quilted Gifts. The colors are beautiful!

  314. Jenna C. says:

    I would love to make a pair of pants similar to Amanda’s son Harper’s shown on her blog. A baby quilt would also be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

  315. Katherine says:

    I’m on the doll boat too! I would make matching dresses for my little girl and her doll.

  316. debora says:

    I would love to make my girl’s first patchwork blanket! thanks

  317. Cara says:

    I’d probably make a patchwork bag to carry my embroidery. Love this mix of fabrics!!

  318. ishtar says:

    lovely selection! would LOve to win these! THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!!!

  319. Lindsey says:

    Oh–that would be the start of my son’s new quilt! We’ve been looking at some of the Hope Valley fabrics together. I think he’d love all of the above.

  320. Jamie says:

    Perfect colors for our bedroom! They’d go into a quilt of course.

  321. Tong says:

    Love all of these beauties! I just recently picked up crocheting, and would love to make a basket for the yarns using this fabric pack. Thanks for the chance!

  322. Lisa says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter. Those are so adorable!

  323. Samantha says:

    I would love to make some little zip up pencil cases as the school year is just about to start here. These are heavenly.

  324. Kathy says:

    I’m thinking a patchwork bag would be perfect! Fabulous collection!

  325. Alexa says:

    ohh, some pants for my beautiful baby boy’s first birthday… and maybe a pair of matching fabric hair pins for mama ;)

  326. Katrina says:

    I love that mix of colors and patterns! I would love to make throw pillows or a lap quilt to brighten our living room, or perhaps place mats and napkins to brighten our eat-in kitchen!

  327. Alice says:

    Oh, these are great! I would use them as motivation to finally make another quilt.

  328. Kelli says:

    With these 12 fat quarters I would make pillows or a small quilt for my sister and her husband. They are planning on moving soon and I’d love to get them a new gift for their new apartment. (Or I could just keep it for myself….)

  329. Hilda says:

    these are beautiful, they would make a great table runner!

  330. Miri says:

    Baby quilt, of course! For my second baby who is due to join us in August..:)

  331. Sara says:

    Perfect for a little quilt! Lovely fabric!

  332. Tara says:

    This is the exact color scheme of the Modern Baby Blanket (Mason Dixon) I am knitting for the baby we’ll be welcoming in June. Perfect for either a boy, or a girl, in my opinion! I would create a crib quilt using those fat quarters.

  333. em says:

    what a beautiful combination! i think i would make a cozy, flannel-backed baby blanket…

  334. Kristin says:

    Well, orange and blue is just about my favorite color combo…so, I would want to make just about everything with this!! I have a brand new laptop, and since it’s bigger than my old one, I do not have any sort of cover for it. I think I’d make a cool patchwork one with these!

  335. Tina says:

    I’ve been wanting to try the disappearing 9 patch, or perhaps a carrier for my knitting needles and crochet hooks?

  336. They are all so lovely!
    I could make a small quilt of course, but maybe something to play with…

  337. Lindsay says:

    Hmm. . . maybe some pillows for our living room couch. It would be a nice way to throw some color in there! Love this.

  338. Elizabeth says:

    I would make a set of patchwork napkins using Ashley’s tutorial from scrap buster month.

  339. Kelly says:

    I’d make a quilt for one of my boys – those colours would look great in either of their rooms (one’s blue, one’s brown) and finding fabric combinations that aren’t too girly or too bland is something I find a bit of a challenge. That blend is just perfect!

  340. Maritza says:

    This is a lovely set! I’d make a wall hanging quilt for my girls’ room.

  341. ~Heather says:

    A wall hanging out of these fabrics would be lovely in our front room, bringing in some of the fresh colors to our walls! ~H

  342. natasha says:

    I would make babe #4 her crib quilt that she patiently waiting for!!!
    Who am kidding?? She doesn’t even realize that she doesn’t have but I do..Every.time.I.put.her.to.bed!!!!!!!
    great collection:0)

  343. Kathy G. says:

    I would love to make a lap quilt for my couch, for those chilly spring mornings.

  344. These are gorgeous! I LOVE bags so I could see a wonderful fall patchwork tote bag! With the Honeycomb Coffee as the lining!

  345. Julia says:

    I would make a table runner or placemats I think. Or maybe a cool patchwork stackable box. :)

  346. rosie says:

    oh, i’m thinking a patchwork skirt would be great with any of these fabrics!

  347. Vicki says:

    Of course, a quilt is the first thing that comes to mind. I’ve been asked to make a special clergy stole and I think these prints and colors may be appropriate for that.

  348. Love these! I would probably make a blanket and then have a lot of fun with the scraps.

  349. Marcie says:

    These colors and patterns are perfect for a quilt for my first baby (due this summer!).

  350. Cheryl says:

    Wow, I love the fabric choices, remind me of spring just around the corner! And it is citrus time here in Arizona as well!

  351. Susana says:

    Great selection. I love tangerine, and tangerines, too. I think I ate five yesterday at lunch. I would make patchy cushions for our brown couch. And maybe some for gifts. Thanks for the chance!

  352. Lindsey F says:

    I use my market bags all of the time so I think I would make some new ones with these great fabrics. My other thought was a patchwork yoga mat carrier.

  353. SofiAlgarvia says:

    I have it all in my mind, just see if you agree with my choice:
    1 – I would use Prairie Rose Fiesta and Juniper Rose Fiesta to make a pillow for my oldest daughter bedroom, she is a fan of orange; 2 – I would join Hop Dot Olive and Maddie Flowers White together to make a pillow for my youngest daughter, who’s mad about green; 3 – For my husband’s son, his bedroom pillow would be made from Honeycomb Coffe, Maddie Flowers Brown and Bandana Colonial Brown, a more sober choice; 4 – Kelp Stripe Blush, Ella Ice and Seahorses Natural would be my choice for a pillow for my husband’s daughter bedroom, 5 – Our living room would win a throw pillow made from Christy Stripe Brown and finnally I would make a cover for my laptop wih Juniper Stripe Brown, because I really love this pattern. As you see, this dozen fat quarter would land in good hands… :-)

  354. Kathy says:

    I am really enjoying working with half square triangles. I would love to work up these fabrics with some solids in brown, green and blue. Then play with the half square triangles and see what I come up with. I’m feeling lucky, thank you for offering these for a give away. I love your blog I think of you as the anchor of the crafting blog world.

  355. Tara says:

    I’d love to make a little patchwork clutch and some pretty cloth menstrual pads :)

  356. Robin D says:

    This would make a beautiful throw for my living room. The colors would fit perfectly.

  357. Megan L says:

    I have a quilt that I’m currently trying to design for my brother’s wedding, and these prints would be a perfect fit!

  358. I see some pretty skirts in those gorgeous fabrics.

  359. Jolie says:

    Such a lovely combination! I would make a lightweight picnic blanket…i think those fabrics are just calling out to be taken to the beach and the forest and the backyard for snacks and laughter and lying about in the sun!

  360. Deb Cameron says:

    If I won I would make coin purses, some in patchwork, some with solid prints, lined with another print…I love seeing beautiful lining in my bags. I would keep some and share some with my beautiful crafty friends -they would cherish these as much as i would :-)

  361. Jennwith4 says:

    I would make a wall hanging so everyone that comes into the house can enjoy the beautiful fabrics. I’ve got a design in mind for one that would be beautiful with these.

  362. Susan says:

    I love, love, love Soule Mama! I have twins and they’ve almost outgrown their standard sized playmat. These are perfect for a new bigger, twin-sized one! The colors match my kitchen/dining area too which is where they spend most of their floor time!

  363. Melane says:

    I would make a patchwork skirt with matching t-shirt for my 4 year old.

  364. Ashley says:

    My couch is screaming for some new throw pillows–I love these colors!

  365. Sheetal says:

    i’d love to make a cathedral window table runner with these! that would go just perfectly with my funky new orange flatware!

  366. nw nonna says:

    I see a dolly quilt for my only grandgirl’s doll, Miss Katie Marie Safeway. And lots of scraps for cards and collages!

  367. Shannon says:

    My boy has a small friend (the stuffed kind) who *needs* a blankie and a new wardrobe. :)

  368. Debbie says:

    I would make a wall hanging for my lounge room. I love having handmade things around my home.

  369. Cinnamon says:

    Wow. I love the idea of guest FQ pack designers, and of course, I love Mrs. Soule’s blog. I would make a little lap quilt with all those lovely prints.

  370. Ritu says:

    What an inspired group of lovely fabrics – each is beautiful in its own right, but together they are great! I would love to make a quilted picnic rug for my kids to roll around on outdoors.

  371. Elizabeth says:

    These are wonderful colours, and, with the tulips, very springy. I’d make a patchwork throw for our couch (to protect it from the cat, who scratches, and just for the pleasure of looking at the fabrics together.)

  372. Trisha says:

    I would either make a patchwork skirt or a new bag. Why is there always so many choices and not enough fabric??

  373. Laura Bozzolo says:

    A bag, some pockets, pillow cases.

  374. Lauren says:

    I’ve totally been on the hunt for fabric to make a cover for our rabbits’ cage in the living room and holy moley! This looks perfect!

  375. Sonya M says:

    I love these colours! so fresh and spring-like!
    Perhaps I’d make pillow covers or handbags or coffee cozies or…. I don’t know, they’re just so lovely!

  376. Brittney says:

    Throw pillows and toys for my daughter.

  377. Kate says:

    I’d make a doll, because dolls are what I do. I’d love to be able to design some fantastical dress for her with a great swooping hat. Loads of ruffles to suit her girly nature.

  378. Angela says:

    Maternity tops for this summer, when I will be PREGNANT! My other babes have been born in winter, so I didn’t need cute summery tanks. Maybe a sundress too!

  379. Stacey says:

    Oooh! A patchwork tea cozy would look great made from this pack. I especially love the sea horse print.

  380. Jens says:

    I would make a set of placemats and a runner for the dining table from these fat quarters. Maybe I’ll make some decorated dishtowels from the leftovers, as I’ve just got a stack of old linen towels with some minor stains, which could be covered with appliques. A really inspiring collection of fabrics.

  381. lisap says:

    I would make a quilt, probably something geese-ey!

  382. MamaBee says:

    Ooh lovely! I’d make a sweet little pillow and doll blanket for my little girl.

  383. Megan says:

    I would get started on my first ever baby quilt for a superfriend who is expecting.

  384. Megan says:

    Some Soltice Jammies would be oh-so cute with these fabrics. SouleMama is one of my absolute favorite, feel-good blogs. Thank yoU!

  385. Katie Holeman says:

    These are great! A quilt for sure…

  386. Jen L says:

    I would make a patchwork bag with Linen
    jen

  387. Ashley F. says:

    I’ve loved Amanda’s blog for a long time. I’d make a fat, puffy play quiltquilt for one of the several babes expected this summer in my circle of friends.

  388. Leslie Howard says:

    I can imagine an outfit for my little son I’ll call “Marmalade and Mudpies.” Pants with the browns and the oranges in the shirt. Perfect for Spring!

  389. Marcia says:

    quilt for my living room…lovely!

  390. Andrea says:

    Great colors, Amanda! I would be so happy making a lap quilt for the family room – and then some dolly clothes with the leftovers… Thanks for the chance!

  391. Michelle D says:

    I would most definitely make a table runner and/or placemats with this gorgeous pack! Thanks for the opportunity!

  392. Brooke says:

    Oooooh, lovely. I might use them to make the fall leaves pillows from the scrap tutorials. I’ve had my eye on that one. I’m also interested in making a new purse… the blue/orange/brown/green combo would be perfect.

  393. I want to start making art quilts and fabrics would be beautiful in pieces like that.
    They would be beautiful in a quilt.

    Debbie

  394. Melanie says:

    Those colors would be perfect for my living room. I’d use them to make patchwork pillows.

  395. riley says:

    this would be an awesome weekend project for my newest little baby girl!!!

  396. sophie says:

    I love the colors!
    It would make a great patchwork memo board like you see in Pottery Barn!
    So inspiring.

  397. Meg says:

    Oh, I would make so many things! Small things and larger things, for many people that I love. Or maybe just one big thing–I have yet to be brave enough for that! Colors this lovely might just give me the courage.

  398. SewLindaAnn says:

    I would make a large carry-all tote for my on the go projects. I’v been taking my crocheting and handwork fabric projects in small baskets, but find the threads and yarns get caught in the weave of it. I could use something that I can just pick up to go and has everything in it’s own pocket.

  399. sara says:

    oh, i love these! they would certainly become a quilt, possibly put on display awaiting the day when we can adopt our second baby!

  400. Kris says:

    My daughter is asking for clothes for her stuffed animals!

  401. Hannah says:

    I’d make some strip-work twirly skirts for my girls.

  402. ktquilts4fun says:

    A Project Linus quilt. I have all kinds of pinks and lavenders. This would be a great neutral blankie!!!!!

    Blessings,
    KT

  403. Cherie says:

    I would love to make a doll quit for my daugther’s doll. And possibly one outfit for the doll too. What fun fabric!

  404. heather says:

    Patchwork skirt, for sure. Gotta get ready for spring!

  405. Madeleine says:

    I think I would make a quilt for my to-be-born nephew. Those are great colors for a baby boy!

  406. Ashley W says:

    Beautiful fabrics!! They go with everything in my living room, so I would love to make a wall quilt to display them front and center!!!

  407. Nicole says:

    Zipper pouches!

  408. Jenny Panetta says:

    Beautiful! I think I would just throw them in the bathtub and roll around in them. Or, maybe I’d make my very first quilt. Hard to say.

  409. Rachel says:

    I would make my first quilt – I do declare!

  410. wendy says:

    I’d make a patchwork purse :)
    Love those colours so much!!!

  411. MoniQ in WI says:

    A skirt for my 9 yo girl–altho she is becoming a passionate seamstress, so I might just give the fabric to her!

  412. Ramona says:

    I would make a table runner for my mom. Love the colors.

  413. Becky says:

    Awesome colors and prints! I believe I’d make a small runner for the bedside table in our guest room.

  414. Zarina says:

    I would definitely make a lap quilt – my favourite size now for gifts or for my own use.

  415. Amy says:

    Oh I love these. I want to do my boys bedroom in these colors but I think I would make a wall hanging or a quilt out of these beautiful fabrics.

  416. Cary says:

    I love these colors! I’d make some little quilted zipper bags … or a doll quilt … or perhaps a shopping bag.

  417. SuBoo says:

    I’m already imagining a super cute pillow!

  418. Amy says:

    I’d make a quilt for my baby. I just found out today that I’m pregnant!!! :o)

  419. Darcy says:

    Beautiful choices – I think I’d make some itty bitty dresses for my itty bitty daughter…or a little picnic blanket for some springtime fun.

  420. Patty Nisbet says:

    My niece just had the first great-grandchild of my 91 year old father. I think this selection would make a perfect baby boy quilt.

  421. Jill Neely says:

    I think I would make a darling little baby quilt. This would be the perfect gift when the patterns choose not to know the baby’s gender before it’s born.

  422. Levineke says:

    i see quilt written all over that fat quarter pack. the fabrics are just beautiful – no need to embellish – just perfect on their own :)
    l
    x

  423. stephanie says:

    What a lovely compilation of colors! I’d make a table runner with them!

  424. kabira says:

    These colors would be great in my kitchen — I can see some nifty pieced and quilted potholders and a tea cozy!

  425. Bunty says:

    These are just adorable! – I think I would have to use some of them to add detail to skirts in circular patterns and leaf shapes. They would look great with some turquoise hand stitching.

  426. Megan W. says:

    I really like the earth tones of this set but I am not hard to please when it comes to fabric. :) This could make a darling baby quilt or quilted coasters. These fabrics would even make a cute little fabric mini scrapbook. The possibilities are endless.

  427. indywriter says:

    I would make a spring-themed lap blanket or a picnic blanket. What better way to conjure spring than with an indoor picnic when there is snow outside?

  428. Lauren says:

    love the colors! i would probably make some cute appliques or suffed animals with this fabric!

  429. tscd says:

    Oooh! Those prints are so cool! They would make great cushion covers.

  430. Natalie says:

    Oh, I’d have to make a baby quilt for my girlfriend who’s expecting.

  431. mjb says:

    These go great with my dishes so I think I’d have to make some placemats for the table.

  432. Courtney says:

    I’m in the the process of making a doll for my daughter. The fat quarters would be perfect for dresses and perhaps a little quilt too!

  433. Lisa H. says:

    I love those colors! I’d like to make an apron for myself and a throw pillow for my brownish couch.

  434. Megan says:

    If my daughter were a bit younger and willing to wear skirts, I’d make her a twirly skirt with these. Since she isn’t and doesn’t, I’d make either a smock-top for her or patchwork curtains.

  435. Michelle says:

    I’d make a doll quilt for my little girl…she loves to bundle them up when we go outside.

    A Wonderful collection of fabric!

  436. Melanie says:

    So many project ideas – but probably a quilt for my daughter. :) Or some purses, or reusable lunch bags, or…..

  437. happy says:

    with these fabrics, I want to make a patchwork skirt or a blouse for me. It’ll be fun to make something wearable with these fabrics.

  438. Gretchen says:

    ooh, lovely, lovely. i definitely see it as a quilt – perhaps one just for me.

  439. jenn says:

    I think I’d like to pair them with some linen and make a skirt, using the prints as accents.

  440. Melissa says:

    Such a lovely mix! I see some patchwork softies… Maybe a lion, giraffe, and little birdie. I just purchased an Animal Friends pattern by Valori Wells Designs. These would be perfect!

  441. Joey says:

    Matching patchwork skirts for my daughter & me!

  442. Elizabeth says:

    Patchwork something … maybe a bag, maybe a pillowcases…

  443. Rachel says:

    I have two friends with baby boys in the oven and these would make wonderful quilts for them!

  444. Kathy says:

    These are perfect fabrics for making little stuffed birds to sit on a tree branch mobile.

  445. Monica says:

    Love the colors—I have a two of those prints already but I would definitely take more :-D I think I would make some of the fabric boxes I have seen around on blogs recently for my office. I need a bit of organization and those are much better than plastic ones. These colors would go great and be fun to look at every day.

  446. whitney says:

    i think i would make a little quilt for my daughter!

  447. Stefanie says:

    Gorgeous! They’d be great in so many projects…but I think I’d make throw pillows.

  448. Mandy says:

    ooooooo…lovely! Those colors and prints would go fantastically in our home. I think I would make various small things to spread throughout my home and bring a smile to my face every time I walked into another room – a little something just for me.

  449. lili says:

    I’m 10 squares into a multicoloured 440 square queen sized string quilt, so I’d definitely add these lovely prints to it!

  450. Rebecca S says:

    A quilt for my 2 boys. :)

  451. Kathie says:

    I am torn between making a baby quilt for an expecting friend or some more luncheon napkins for the family. We have kid ones but would love some more sophisticated adult ones.

  452. Kristin says:

    I’d love to use those in a throw – my couch could definitely use a bit more warmth these chilly days!

  453. Deb Joseph says:

    I would love to make a quilt from these – orange is MY color.
    Thanks for the chance to win! I just love Amanda’s blog and look forward to every blog post which she writes.

  454. Shannon F. says:

    I got some really great linen for Christmas, I’m envisioning a quilt using this and sashed in the beloved linen!

  455. michelle says:

    Beautiful! I would make a skirt for my little girl.

  456. Alison says:

    An apron for a little 3-year-old who loves to make a mess in the kitchen!

  457. Elizabeth says:

    I love these fabrics! I would love to make a nice set of striped placemats!

  458. Wen says:

    The fabrics are simply divine! I would make a quilt for my daughter with them.

  459. Nicole N. says:

    I just love Amanda’s blog! This fat quarter back is simply gorgeous! My table it in desperate need of some new placemats so they would be the first order of business!

  460. gardenymph says:

    Lovely, pure, and simple. I would love to make a quilt with these, or maybe some cloths napkins. Thanks!

  461. catherine s. says:

    Oh – I love the combo of color in these fabrics – just perfect. I would make a set of patchwork belts – one for me and one for my daughter…so we’re not ‘too matchy-matchy’, but coordinated ;) And with any left overs, I would make covered buttons – can’t let any of this good stuff go to waste!

    catherine s.

  462. Jenny says:

    I love this FQ pack! I think I would make napkins using Heather Ross’ pattern in Weekend Sewing, or maybe a runner for our dining room table. Either way, it would be a project where the result can be enjoyed and seen on a daily basis! Thank you for the giveaway!

  463. Amy says:

    That is a great selection of fabrics. I love them together. I am not surprised though given the guest designer. I would have to quilt something with them.

  464. jenne says:

    what a great mix! I’ve been wanting to try a doll quilt to get into quilting, and these colors are just perfect!

  465. Linda says:

    I love this fabric. I think I would either use it in a throw sized quilt or try a tablerunner. Love the colors!

  466. Bethany says:

    I would love to make a bag for me and some smaller bags for my little girls. Thanks for the give away!

  467. alisha says:

    I’d love to make some cute handbags like the ones featured in last year’s fat quarter month.

  468. Heather K says:

    I’m into little things lately – a potholder, an apron, a little box or bag. Or, cute as they are, maybe just frame up a bunch of them and look at them for a few years!

  469. ara jane says:

    i am seeing a baby quilt filled with half-square triangles. in fact, i know just the baby to make this for!

  470. Jenna Z says:

    Those look like a new spring table runner waiting to be quilted!

  471. Kristen says:

    I love Amanda Soule’s work and read her blog regularly. What great prints she chose. No surprise there. I’d use these as a takeoff point to make a new quilt for my son’s bed.

  472. Deb says:

    beautiful fabric choices. i woudl love to try my hand at making a new bag for myself!

  473. Susan says:

    I love these! I would make a purse or two.

  474. Mary says:

    I’d make some coasters, that way I could use a little bit of each fabric in every coaster.

  475. Liz B says:

    I need to make myself a bag for the Wii Fit Plus I just bought myself for my birthday. I’m picturing lots of quilty pockets and flaps…

  476. Sylvie says:

    I love these color combinations. I would make some new cushions for the living room.

  477. Shelley C says:

    Pretty certain these would end up in a blanket for my daughter’s next baby. Her nursery are those colors. I mistakenly made a blue quilt for her first baby not even considering the color of the nursery…I will not make that mistake again.

  478. Erica says:

    Those are lovely, I would make cushions for my bed, I think…or maybe a tablecloth for the summer in my garden!

  479. Anita says:

    I think I would probably make a skirt for my daughter, just a beautiful combination!

  480. Christina Sparks says:

    These are wonderful!! I would use them to make a cute trim on a pair of summer dresses for my two little girls! And the left overs I would use to make matching little dresses for their precious baby dolls!! They would absolutely love that!

  481. This is a lovely collection and captures most of the colors of my house. Or the colors I want in my house! Orange and light blue in the kitchen and bathroom. Brown and light green in the living room. Fat quarters would be a great size for a mix and match collection of cloth napkins for the dining table,, maybe with solid colored backs.

  482. Seapig says:

    I’m definitely seeing disappearing nine-patch shams for my blue and brown bedroom!

  483. angelina says:

    I WOULD MAKE A BEACH QUILT….

  484. Amanda says:

    I would love to use these to make a crib set!

  485. Angela says:

    Nice choices! I love oranges and greens together. I would make a picnic blanket with these, then pack some cheese sandwiches and orange soda and take my kids to the park.

  486. Muriel says:

    I would make something for the summer, maybe a patchwork skirt, or beach bag…

  487. Julie says:

    I would make some of Amanda’s gratitude wraps for gift giving.

  488. Jessica T says:

    I’m sitting here in a snow storm thinking a quilt with those cheery prints would be just the thing!

  489. Laura says:

    I’ve never quilted, but I think I would finally try a lap quilt. If I won it, I couldn’t procrastinate anymore.

  490. Becky says:

    I think this would be perfect to try my first log cabin quilt with

  491. Kim says:

    They are beautiful. I would make a set of three dolls for my daughters.

  492. Molly says:

    Oh lovely lovely!! I’ve been bitten by the quilting bug so these would definitely make their way into a snuggly quilt.

  493. Carol says:

    What a lovely collection of fabric – just right for a spring quilt for my daughters bed.

  494. Sarah says:

    Beautiful fabrics that give a tast of spring in January. I’d make a throw or baby quilt to be given as a comfort quilt from my guild.

  495. Maryellen says:

    I love those little pops of green. I would use these for linen-backed throw pillows and to add to child’s quilt. I have that bandana print, and I love it!

  496. Melissa says:

    I absolutely love this collection and I love Amanda’s style! I would make a cuddly lap quilt and some patchwork pillows!

  497. melissa says:

    I Love it, it’s a very sophisticated set of prints all together. I think the fabric is telling me that it NEEDS to become a bag…

  498. craftytammie says:

    I’m thinking I’d have to make a little buttercup bag for myself, or have some patchwork fun. I can see these prints in a beautiful pinwheel quilt!

  499. denice says:

    Oh what a perfect mix! I’d make something baby, for my new daughter due “any minute.” Baby bibs with enough goodies leftover for a bag for mama?

  500. Emily says:

    I would make two patchwork skirts for my girls from the pattern on the polka dot quilt blog – and maybe I would have enough left over to make myself a lovely bag. These are beautiful!

  501. alison says:

    Oh I love these fabrics! I would make a patchwork bag for my mom.

  502. Ali says:

    What a lovely earthy mix. Just what I’d expect from the Soule Mama.
    These prints would look great as fall (autumn here in AUS) bunting. Or some patched throw cushions. Beautiful.

  503. omama says:

    Mmmm, it has winter browns to spring green in it – like a seasonal evolution in fabric! I have a few unisex baby quilts to do. I’m working on one with oranges and blues now but I like the addition of the greens and browns to that. It gives it a little bit of vintage flavor. Yes, please!

  504. Melinda says:

    So pretty! I would make little bags and change purse wallets with these… Or embellishments for clothes for my daughter… Or a patchy tote for my knitting projects…

  505. Elizabeth says:

    A quilt since I’m on a quilting kit now!

  506. Natalie says:

    Wow… the possibilities are endless. I love the color combination in this pack. I would make a new set of placemats with the oranges and browns…an apron, new seat cushions, or journal cover… fun!

  507. Kim says:

    Love these, especially the Heather Ross. I would totally make a baby quilt for my new nephew coming in March!!!

  508. Junglewife says:

    a patchwork skirt for my girls! Beautiful fabrics!

  509. Nicole R says:

    A boho chic ruffle patchwork skirt for me! It’s hard to find fabrics that flow that aren’t too cutesy and I think these would be perfect!

  510. liz says:

    gorgeous!!
    i’d make a FQ easy square quilt — those prints are almost too beautiful to cut up. :)

  511. Helen says:

    I LOVE these!! I would make some placemats and napkins! Sooo pretty!

  512. Kolleen says:

    Definitely a quilt–maybe square in a square or half-square triangles. They all look so good together!

  513. Kimberly says:

    Patchwork coverlet for my new chocolate brown bedroom!

  514. Beth says:

    I’d use some to make a few re-usable sandwich wraps and baggies. And I’d use the others for a lap-sized coin quilt and/or pillow cover. The colors and prints are beautiful together.

  515. Hayley Phillips says:

    I’d definitely make some sort of softie with these fabrics. They’d make great presents for friends who are having babies

  516. Christine says:

    The prints would be perfect for the quilted placemats that have been on my list!

  517. Amanda says:

    Let’s see…I would use some of the fabric to make new throw pillow covers for my living room; perhaps a cushion for the piano bench; and finally some type of patchwork goodness or one kind or another. Oh…I hope I win!

  518. I’d make a cute patchwork beaver (you know, for my canadian husband :P )

  519. Bonnie says:

    I think that I would make a new quilt for my grand daughter’s favorite doll. She has this fancy doll bed that grandpa made for her Lee Middleton doll and a quilt would be lovely on the bed.

  520. Sarah says:

    I would make a set of quilted throw pillow covers for my dad. These are really his colors!

  521. LFinn says:

    Those fabrics are amazing! I would make throw pillows or pillow shams for my bedroom, and maybe a quilted runner for the top of my dresser. Oooh, or a quilted matching bathmat for the adjoining master bath….the possibilities are endless!

  522. Danielle says:

    I would have to agree with several others, I would make a purse. but I could also see a stunning spring tablerunner as well.

  523. leigh7911 says:

    A quilt, for sure. Possibly for my niece who’s expecting, assuming I could bear to give it up. :)

  524. Coralee says:

    I would make a bag with a matching wallet – at least I think… I always change my mind when I get the fabric into my hands!

  525. Kate says:

    I love the blues and oranges together! I’d make a small quilt from them.

  526. Debbie Bishop says:

    I think my first attempt to comment disappeared so I’m trying again. I apologize if you get two. Anyway, I was thinking a purse or two and maybe a shirt, or shirt. After looking over all of the interesting blogs sent in Friday I’ve got loads of ideas, and not enough time. Thank you.

  527. Amy says:

    I love the colors! I can see making purses or maybe some blocks for a baby gift.

  528. Erin Hibshman says:

    Love the selections!! I would make matching tote bags for my daughter and I, and also use some of the pack to make her a cute and ruffly skirt.

  529. Kathleen says:

    i’d love to cut them out for alphabet shapes and frame them ! thank you …

  530. Celeste says:

    I love this palette for a little boy’s room–and I just happen to have one due in April!

  531. Heather says:

    I would make a blanket for the babe in my sister-in-law’s womb (which I think is a boy :)

  532. beverlyanne says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous. I know exactly what I’d make: a boyish wonky stars child’s quilt.

  533. beth says:

    Oooh, I love SouleMama! I’d make some patchwork pillow covers for my guest bedroom with those wonderful fabrics.

  534. Meg says:

    Beautiful mix. I think these would make a really sweet baby boy quilt.

  535. erin says:

    lovely fabric. i would try to make several different things, pillows, scarf, baby quilt?!?!

  536. bashtree says:

    I would really like to make some quilted throw pillows out of these! And then maybe use some scraps to make a patchwork bag for myself :) I love the combination!

  537. Kirsten says:

    I’d love to make a big quilt out of fat quarters with these. They look gorgeous together!!

  538. amber says:

    i will be making a quilt for my couch in a matter of weeks! these would be perfection in my living room!

  539. Susanne says:

    Lovely! We’re redoing our horrid old kitchen right now, so I think a new table runner, napkins and a pretty window valance are in order!

  540. Leia5630 says:

    I painted my kitchen table a light aqua blue. I would use this fabric to make placemats for my family.

  541. Krista says:

    We’re providing foster care for a 4 year old boy soon. I like to make quilts for the kids to take with them when they leave us. These would make a quick, handsome, patchwork quilt.
    Krista

  542. Carla says:

    I love Amanda Soule. What a great name too!! I’d make my son a nice quilt. It is nice to see a collection of fabric that doesn’t scream GIRL!

  543. Cheri says:

    oooh, a vallance or pillows for my living room. :)

  544. Katie says:

    I love these! I would probably make some purses/bags…or some cute toys for my daughter. Or attempt a patchwork blanket! How to decide?!? :)

  545. Anna says:

    Well, my 1st thought was a bag for myself. Then I actually had a moment of thinking about making a quilt – which I’ve never done. Now for some reason, I’m thinking beach knickers for the little ones. Maybe it’s because I associate Amanda with pictures of her family on the beach.

  546. Michelle says:

    I would make a purse organizer for my mom (and maybe for myself)

  547. Bec Clarke says:

    They would go perfectly with my lounge room, a quilt for the lounge would be wonderful.

  548. Erin Mosier says:

    So cute!! I’d make a patchwork pillow cover.

  549. Jenn says:

    I love them ALL! And I don’t often say that about these collections. I’ll have a new kitchen in a few months, so probably some accessories and decorations.

  550. Sherpa says:

    Either a baby quilt or a throw!

  551. michelle says:

    I would make a baby blanket for a friend who had twins. I made one blanket, but now they have to share! I’d like to rectify the situation.

  552. Nicki Ingram says:

    I’d make a new cover for my new sewing machine!

  553. Amanda says:

    Oooh, I would have a hard time actually using this fabric. I would love to make a playmat for my daughter. These fabrics would be great accents! The possibilities would certainly be endless!

  554. Emily says:

    I think I would made a log-cabin patchwork knitting bag, with lots of cool pockets on the inside. I love the color scheme!

  555. Stacy says:

    I’d make a pillow!

  556. Anya T. says:

    I think I’d make a Project Linus quilt for a teenager! Thanks for the chance.

  557. Lina says:

    I love the way they coordinate! They’d be perfect for small purses with different but coordinating outer and lining fabrics.

  558. Emily says:

    I would make my second quilt. After learning from my many mistakes on my first quilt, I’m quite convinced I could make a lovely one for my little girl and her big brother to share!

  559. Emily says:

    I would start quilt #2! I love the earthtones!

  560. Adri says:

    Love love love these prints! I’d definitely have to put them to use in a quilt…and I doubt I could bear to give it away!

  561. qsogirl says:

    that would make a gorgeous fall purse… and a pretty fall wall hanging!

  562. Sara Hemmeke says:

    yummmmm – I’d make a patchwork peasant top for my daughter. Love turquois + brown + orange. Great job Amanda!

  563. Kristy V. says:

    These fabrics are so pretty! I’d probably end up using them into a quilt somewhere, or maybe some new throw pillows for our couch..

  564. Care says:

    Definitely a quilt. Always quilts!!

    Love the fabrics, and am happy for a chance to win!

  565. I would make a very yummy throw size quilt…. they are great… and maybe a runner too with any scraps!

  566. Sara says:

    As one who grew up watching my mother sew and wearing her many adventures, I have only recently convinced her to teach me to sew (apparently, she tried when I was young and it was very traumatic for her). Anyway, I would make a project with my mom. :)

  567. laura says:

    I would put together some pillows for my guest room- the accent color is orange, and I have several nature prints- many I found through Amanda’s blog!

  568. kara says:

    LOVE the colors of those fabrics. I think pillows would be awesome from this fabric, also some cue little accent pockets on a few skirts!!

  569. faith says:

    I love the colors. We’re expecting boy #4 in 2 months and I think I would use it for a baby blanket/quilt. Or maybe a playmat that all the boys could share. Or maybe even a baby book for the little one. Ahh so many ideas, so little time.

  570. Lynne says:

    Beautiful! I think they would make a great baby quilt! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  571. Wendy says:

    A wall hanging quilt for Sophie for sure!
    Thanks for the chance -

  572. Wendy says:

    Love the color combinations. I’m thinking I’d like to make a craft/book/supply carry-all to bring with me in the car everywhere I go.

  573. Krista says:

    I would have to say a pair of pajamas. Seeing that I ripped my favorite pair (of ten year) last night. I would pick one of the stripes for the main fabric and a coordinating print for the accent fabric. My two favorite being the Juniper Stripe Blue & Christy Stripe Brown.

  574. Maeve says:

    Gorgeous combination of fabrics/prints/colors. It is so warm and inviting, juicy, comforting . . . I think a lap quilt would be great. But then there are other possibilities, such as a nice tote with a change purse. Maybe a beautiful pincushion could be made with the scraps. A pot holder or two after that. I wouldn’t waste a scrap of these fabrics, they look so fabulous together. Love Amanda’s taste!!!

  575. Ann says:

    A pinwheel quilt for my friend that is adopting a little boy from Ethiopia.

  576. Nicole says:

    This pack is absolutely lovely! I’d make a camera strap & maybe a pretty little apron out of those fabrics!

  577. Alice S says:

    What a great fat quarter pack! I’m a fan of Amanda’s blog and books. I love her style and love the fabrics that she’s put together here. I would definitely make a quilt with it and then I would hang it in my sewing room. The colors would coordinate beautifully.

  578. Judi B says:

    Love the color pallete. These would be great for a throw and some coordinate pillows in my living room.

  579. Spruill Harder says:

    I love these fat quarters. The patterns are the perfect size for making my niece little tops and pants.

  580. Doris says:

    I think I’d like to make the new Fig Tree Quilts pattern I got out of these lovelies! They sort of match the tone of the quilt…and it would make a great gift for my sister!

  581. Jill says:

    Definitely a fun & funky dress for my little grand daughter!

  582. They have such a pop and joy to ‘em! If I were lucky enough to win a package, I would make some cloth napkins as well as covers for our toaster and rice pot cooker. Yep, that’s where I would start. Thanks for offering such a neat give-away today. :-)

  583. Fanny Priest says:

    LOVE IT! That`s what I think!

  584. Sarah says:

    Lovely prints! Not sure what I’d use them for, though I have been meaning to make some cute potholders and/or a patchwork bag.

  585. Sherry says:

    I have been following Soulemama for a long time now. Love her! Love this pack as well. I’ve gravitated towards browns all fall and into winter. I would have to make something for myself! Maybe a bag or a headband or two. Maybe I’ll share and make some placemats and napkins for the family. We’ll see…

  586. Amber says:

    I love these fabrics. I think I would make a cute little patchwork twirly skirt for my niece with them.

  587. Jenny says:

    I’d make a patchwork bag for MYSELF! :) And then maybe one for my sisters… :)

    Jenny

  588. sommerkind says:

    I want this! I’d make a buttercup bag from third row – Ella Ice, Dolce. That would be a change, because I have made a buttercup bag from old jeans- scraps and cheap IKEA fabric, but never from something that’s really worth it.

  589. Maybe some napkins-those colors would match our kitchen beautifully. Beautiful prints.

  590. Chelsey says:

    Ooooh, I think a new handbag would look gorgeous with those colors! I’d love to piece something together. It’s nice and springy without being too over-the-top.

  591. Hannah P says:

    These are beautiful, I would make some sweet shirts for my little kids.

  592. bruinbr says:

    yummy! I’d love to make a coin quilt out of these beautiful fabrics! great choices!

  593. abby o says:

    GORGEOUS combo! It just so happens I am planning a quilt for my new nephew-to-be and I think those fabrics would be just about perfect.

  594. Holly says:

    What a great mix of beautiful fabrics. From these fabrics I would make patchwork pillows for my sofa and a matching tablerunner for the adjoining dining room. Really liking the orange and blue together!

  595. Jonna says:

    I have been really wanting to make a growth chart for my daughter. Her room is aqua and orange and these would go together perfectly!

  596. Beth Lucas says:

    Ooooh, those are fantastic! I would most likely make bags with them :)

  597. Angie says:

    I’d make a lap quilt to keep warm during these cold MN snowstorms. Today is a snow day from school and it’s a good day to snuggle under a quilt with a book.

  598. Llamabean says:

    I would love to put together a patterned apron from these colors or maybe a cute handbag.

  599. Bridget Sims says:

    I see aprons, skirts, quilts, bags, many things would be beautiful with these prints!

  600. Rebekah says:

    Those are perfect colors for a quilt for my daughter!

  601. Hilary says:

    A patchwork messenger bag – for me! Lovely mix.

  602. Jessica says:

    I would make a quilt for our new house. We are two months away from downsizing and the new place could definitely use some sprucing up. These fabrics would definitely do the trick!

  603. Krissy Lynn says:

    Ooh! Love, love, love! I’d set to work on a lapquilt for our family room, so I could see these fun prints all the time!

  604. Jo says:

    I need to make a baby quilt for my great niece.

  605. ani says:

    i dream of making a baby quilt (expecting my second child in april), and since it would be my first one, i’m a bit nervous… but i really enjoy the soulemama blog. and her choice of fabrics is just lovely!

  606. ~Helena~ says:

    What a nice grouping. I’d make a wall hanging.

  607. Paula says:

    Love these! I would make a mei tai or two, and maybe some valentines envelopes that were featured last week!

  608. Kate says:

    I would love to make some summer dresses for my three-year-old. Or a lovely quilt. Or some great bags. Or… I think the possibilities are endless!

  609. Alyssa says:

    I want to make us a new set of produce and bulk food bags, snack bags, etc. These would certainly be cheery prints to get us to spring!

  610. Lori says:

    I know exactly what. I’ve been wanting to make a quilt forever, gorgeous fabrics like these would give me just the push I needed!

  611. Sorahart says:

    I think I would sew them up on the spot into a patchwork quilt!

  612. wendy says:

    I would make a baby quilt, but I guess that’s obvious!

  613. Erin Compton says:

    These colors would go PERFECT with my newly painted living room. I’d make a collection of patchwork pillows for my couch and chairs so the room would be a bit more tied together.

    What a wonderful giveaway! And I ADORE Mrs. Soule, she and her family are such an inspiration to me.

  614. brittany says:

    love her selections! these would be the perfect combination for the playmat i have in mind for my 7 week old!

  615. Mama Lusco says:

    These are gorgeous! I’d make a few new handbags :)

  616. Kelly W says:

    I would love to make a little quilt for my boys :)

  617. Kayla says:

    Things for my darling 5 month old daughter, Audrey! Especially the toy gathering bucket posted here before.

  618. Julia Bain says:

    I would like to make some soothing pillows for hot cold use, both for my children and for a few friends and family members.They will be sprinkled inside with my favorite soothing scent…lavender.

  619. Erin says:

    What a beautiful collection of colors and patterns. I would love to make some patchwork pillow to add some brightness to winter.

  620. Lorraine D says:

    I think these prints will mix really well with a Single Girl quilt I’m making using fabrics from Denyse Schmidt’s Katie Jump Rope line. So I hope you pick me!

  621. Ginger says:

    Love the pack! I would make a quilt.

  622. karen says:

    LOVE those fabrics, perfect for a quilt!!

  623. Deanna says:

    Well, right off the 5 oranges say, “Please make a skirt out of me.” I make 10-panel twirl skirts for my daughter and a fat quarter is juuuust barely enough for two panels. Next year she will be too tall and I will have to come up with a new idea. The other 7? I’m not sure, but I’ll be they would have a happy home!

  624. Carra says:

    I’d make a Mama Bag for a soon-to-be Mom of two that I know: ME! :)

  625. I’ve started building my stash and have really been loving the orange and browns right now. I even had my husband paint a lovely orange accent wall in our bedroom. I would love to make a new lap quilt to toss on our lounge chair in the bedroom – perfect for snuggling up under with a good book!

  626. Jennifer says:

    That is a gorgeous mix of fabrics, and I would definitely be working on a patchwork blanket with those. Absolutely beautiful.

  627. Kristin says:

    I love these fabrics! I think I would either make throw pillows or use it in a quilt.

  628. Sarah Euteneier says:

    Love Soule and love these fabrics! I would make a floor quilt for my little munchkin.

  629. JoAnn says:

    What a beautiful selection. I love browns and tangerine! I have been wanting to make a knitting needle case for myself so if I were to win that would be one of the things that would come from the pack.

  630. Wendy P says:

    Such pretty choices! I’d make new placemats and napkins for our table and then have tons of fun playing with the scraps. Thanks for the chance!

  631. Allyson says:

    I’d make some quilted throw pillows for our living room.

  632. Jen says:

    a patchwork laptop sleeve! and maybe a matching pouch :)

  633. Kristine says:

    I absolutely love the colors in this pack! I’d love to make a quilt with these.

  634. Amber says:

    They are gorgeous – I could see a beautiful patchwork pillow set out of these.

  635. Jaimie says:

    I would make a cute little baby blankie, or something along those lines! so cute!

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