Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Rashida Coleman-Hale

on March 16 | in Products | by | with 488 Comments

Our Fat Quarter Pack Designer Series continues today with Rashida Coleman-Hale! We’ve had a long-time love for everything Rashida creates at i heart linen. Rashida finds the perfect fabric combinations for her irresistible patchwork, and she does it all with contagious humor and good cheer. Her sewing is impeccable and fun; there’s a bright, inspiring glimpse in every visit to i heart linen. Have you seen her pincushions and this amazing checkerboard? We also continue to pour over our copies of her recent book, I Love Patchwork: 21 Irresistible Zakka Projects to Sew, chock full of great new designs and inspiration. In fact, Rashida’s knack for fabric helped inspire our fall site redesign which incorporates Rashida’s favorite pops of yellow and linen.

(On a personal note, we all are sending our good thoughts to Rashida and her family as they wait to bring home their beautiful new baby, Matthew.)

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From Rashida:

    I wanted to put something together that had a vintage sort of feel to it. When I saw the Vintage Pillowcase Spring print I fell in love and knew this was the perfect print (It reminds me of my grandma’s house when I was little)! Blues, yellows and greens are my absolute favorite colors and I have to force myself to choose other colors most of the time. I just couldn’t resist choosing these colors again. I’m quite ready for Spring as I’m sure the rest of you are, so the floral prints are making me especially happy right now.

The fabrics:

The Rashida Coleman-Hale Mix Fat Quarter Packs are available in the shop. Buy your own bit of Spring with Rashida’s beautiful combination of prints.

Comment below for a chance to win one of these fat quarter packs! Tell us what would create with the Rashida Coleman-Hale Mix Fat Quarter Pack.

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488 Responses to Guest FQ Pack Designer ~ Rashida Coleman-Hale

  1. Tanya says:

    Oops — didn’t add what I’d use them for. It would definitely be part of an anniversary quilt I’m planning for my husband.

  2. Tanya says:

    Truly gorgeous — the colours are perfect for this time of year.

  3. Erin Nichole says:

    I love it!! I’m thinking spring placemats for the back patio. mmmm weekend brunch outside in the spring weather. It won’t be complete w/o this fat quarter!

  4. Angela says:

    Gorgeous colours! I would have to use them to start a quilt for myself, then I’d have an excuse to buy more to finish it!

  5. Helen says:

    Well I would make my lovely little neice a gorgeous quilt with these fabrics, she is nearly three and would say “that’s Perfect!”

  6. mamie says:

    if the new little on the way for my sister in law and brother is of the male gender, this would make a smashing baby quilt.

    and lots of prayers for the little guy in her life. praying for them.

  7. Kim says:

    I’m just in the process of making Rashida’s Little Lamb Softie for my new baby niece. The Lamb has a patchwork dress and I just can’t seem to get the right combination of colors and hues from what is in my stash. It really needs some great yellows and florals, this Fat quarter pack would be the perfect fit!
    Cheers,
    Kim.
    P.S. The lamb is just as cute as in the book.. I can’t stop hugging it!

  8. Thalita Dol says:

    Ohhh, loooove it!
    I’d create a colorfull dress filled with sunshine, with a matching bunny softie for my baby girl!!

    kisses from Brazil

  9. Lee Ann Bailey says:

    I need a Spring runner for my entry hall table. This would be fabulous! Also, best wishes to little Matthew!

  10. Christine says:

    Oh I love those fabrics, I would make myself a spring quilt.
    Have just found this blog and love it.

    cheers
    Christine

  11. Christine says:

    I see a basket quilt…would be fun to win!!!!

  12. I would create pillows for my front porch.

  13. Chelley Black says:

    I would create a quilt for ME! :)

  14. kris says:

    How lovely! What sunny fabulousness!

  15. Oh, the possibilities! Just for starters, I see a summery tote for me darling purse for my daughter…

  16. I would make some pinwheel blocks to add to my collection of blue, yellow and white blocks I’ve already made for a lap quilt.

  17. Belinda says:

    Rashida has a beautiful colour sense. My craft group are looking to make a baby quilt to auction to raise funds for our local school.

  18. Tamar says:

    I love the blues and yellows together! I am so happy for spring!

  19. TANIA HILL says:

    I really need some fresh fabric to keep feeding my crestivity, I will make a quilt for my bed and a purse. Rashida, i just love all the colors in your collection, they are so happy.

  20. gigi says:

    looking forward to making a little patchwork skirt for my 4 year old with this gorgeous combo of blue, green & yellow.

    thanks to rashida for such a great combo!!

  21. jenn says:

    I would make a quilt for my little toddler, these are perfect!!

  22. Laura says:

    Something for my new baby… when I find the time!

  23. Julie M says:

    I have been wanting to make my Son and Daughter garlands for each of their bedrooms and these would be the motivation I need!
    Stunning collection!

  24. Cassie says:

    This FQ pack is simply beautiful. Some of my favorite colors. I think it would be fun to make a table runner, but a quilt would be great too. Let’s face it, anything with that fabric will be a success.

  25. Sara Chung says:

    LOVE the colors! I would probably use these fabrics to try my hand at quilting :)

  26. Megan says:

    A friend of mine is having a baby in September and these fabrics would be PERFECT for a baby blanket-boy or girl!

  27. Emily says:

    These choices are making me want to try my first quilt. Hope I win!

  28. Emma says:

    Oh, they are lovely! I’d make little pouches for my sewing and knitting notions.

  29. Hannah says:

    I LOVE this fabric pack. I’d definitely make a spring picnic quilt.

  30. Joy says:

    I would definitely make a new Spring bag with those great fabrics. Thanks!

  31. StephanieS says:

    I love what you chose. They are great and they remind me of how ready I am for springtime. Thanks.

  32. Kate I says:

    I’m looking for some zippy fabrics to make myself a new handbag, shopping tote and wallet! These would ROCK.

  33. karin says:

    I heart fabric! I have 2 quilt blanket projects in the horizon. luckily one of them hasn’t got her own bed yet, so I’ll start with the oldest….. I am excited and daunted about making a full sized bed blanket. (Although last winter I sewed a huge patchwork beach blanket quilt!!!)

  34. Betsy M says:

    I think that a throw with these fabrics would be beautiful in my MBR. Oh, and these colors and prints are SO similar to my Grandma’s house as well. What memories that fabric brings to mind!!

  35. Leslie says:

    Ohhh! They are so springy looking! I have been totally OBSESSED with sewing the last few months. Right now I’m enjoying making purses and items to fill purses so that’s probably what I would use these fabrics for!

  36. WhitneyG says:

    I would love to make a lap quilt with that cute fabric! You can never have enough blankets!!

  37. Mindy says:

    I’m trying to get brave enough to make a real quilt, so this might be the motivation I need!

  38. helen says:

    I would make a lovely quilt, these colours would compliment my living room really nicely, and I just love snuggling up while I watch tv!

  39. Rebecca R says:

    What beautiful fabric. I am just starting crafting and sewing, it would be great to add to my small collection

  40. Corrie says:

    I think I would try a patchwork pillow!

  41. kristin says:

    I would make a throw quilt to go at the foot of my new yellow and grey-clad bed. And of course I’d save some scraps for a mini quilt for my 15-month-old’s babies.

  42. elizabeth says:

    I would make pillows for my guest room! They are beatiful color combos.

  43. Consuelo says:

    Beautiful fabric. I would use them in a quilt for sure. I’ve always just used random fabric, never a set of fat quarters or any line of fabric, so it would be a treat to quilt with them :)!!!

  44. happy says:

    Hmm.. I want to make some Pentagon Balls and Little Lamb Softie and a tote bag for me.
    Thank You

  45. Kathy says:

    I’d love to make a quilted piano bench cover with these fat quarters.

  46. Elizabeth says:

    I think I would use these fabrics to make a “nap quilt” for the bottom of my daughter’s bed!

  47. Robyn says:

    My daughter just remodeled her kitchen and the fabrics would make lovely accessories!

  48. Jenna C. says:

    oh beautiful! pillows I think, or maybe a springy tote bag for the market!

  49. Colette says:

    Oh my, these fabrics are lovely! I am taking an online quilting class in April so I would use these for my quilt!

  50. Maureen says:

    Polka dots and vintage florals all in my favorite colors!! I’m in love! I would make some pretty pillows to brighten up my home for spring. Fingers crossed!

  51. sommerkind says:

    I would make a buttercup bag from this gorgeous fabric.

  52. Debra says:

    Oh! i think a very ‘spring thing’….sew pretty..:)

  53. Jens says:

    A really inspiring collection. in the spirit of the designer I would combine these prints with some linen, which I still have around, to make a set of placemats for spring and summer.

  54. Jessica says:

    Beautiful! I’d make some patchwork make-up bags for me & the family! :D

  55. shannon says:

    I love these fabrics together, I think this would make a beautiful patchwork quilt.

  56. carli spielman says:

    Love it! I would make these amazing star garland decorations I recently saw in a crazy quilting book I picked up! Amazing!

  57. Sarah Z. says:

    Beautiful combination- I usually go for the pinks but love this blue-green-yellow combo. Right now I’m binding my very first quilt!

  58. mommymae says:

    i made her checkerboard for a 9 year old boy at chanukah. it was perfect!

  59. Sheetal says:

    i ♥ ‘I ♥ linen’! hope I win the giveaway!

  60. Mary says:

    What a gorgeous collection! I love it!

  61. Lauretta6 says:

    I see a Margaret bag in my future maybe a bow tuck purse.

  62. alisha says:

    2010 is going to be the Year of the Quilt for me — so I would definitely use the fat quarters as part of a quilt (or quilts).

  63. rebe says:

    love the combo of colors and patterns

  64. allison says:

    a patchwork skirt!

  65. Tami says:

    These are SO pretty! I love blues and yellows together. I’d have to make some pretty table linens with them for my summer porch.

  66. Sylvie says:

    I would make a table runner and some basket liners for the kitchen.

  67. Krystal says:

    I would make a cute spring patchwork skirt for my toddler girl and matching doll one

  68. Lorrie says:

    The swatches are gorgeous. If the fabrics came to live with me, I’d probably create some placemats or a tablerunner to brighten up the dining room.

  69. Cayce says:

    So lovely! Makes me think about twirly skirts!

  70. Kate says:

    I’s like to have ago at Sandi Henderson’s farmers market skirt, this would look sweet.

  71. Fawn says:

    These colors would be perfect for some organizers in my office and to reupholster the office chair!!!

  72. Bailey says:

    Oh something for my daughter! I love the colors, they just scream happy!

  73. Gina says:

    I’m obsessed with this colourway at present! The funny thing is that I just made a patchwork bag using these colours from actual vintage pillowcases. I adore that vintage pillowcase print. I think I’d make another lovely basket bag with these, or a little quilt.

  74. Tonya says:

    Oh my– maybe a patchwork twirly skirt :) How pretty would that be?

  75. Paige says:

    I’d definitely use these fabrics for a quilt!

  76. Kelly says:

    Such beautiful fabrics would make up a lovely beach blanket for my family! Love them!

  77. Sian says:

    Lovely! I’d combine these prints with some spring-ish solids for a picnic blanket!

  78. Ruth Philps says:

    I have never made a quilt but I reckon I could make a cute Happy easter banner for my house from this beautiful selection of spring colours!!

  79. Patty says:

    I think I’d make up a “spring-time” quilt using the pretty blue/white and yellow fabrics!

  80. Terri says:

    I would love to make some funky bags and rag dolls! : ) Thanks!!! These prints are beautiful!!!

  81. Rachel D says:

    I’m in the mood for some new spring napkins. These would be lovely!

  82. Chancy says:

    I almost forgot to comment here. I love this collection of prints and think I would either make a quilt, some pillows, or maybe a few of Modify Traditions recent projects. Too many projects to choose from, but they would definitely get used.

  83. Victoria says:

    I would definitely make a pieced twirly skirt for one or more of my granddaughters. Lovely colors!

  84. wendy says:

    I would make a baby quilt, of course! Lovely fabrics, lovely giveaway.

  85. Jen L says:

    I used to hate orange, but now I love it, especially with that pea green

  86. Maeve says:

    These fabrics LOOK like SPRING! I would definitely make something happy for the kitchen, like a tablerunner. Then again, it would make the best looking spring purse. Or a great wallhanging to cheer up a room. I love this combo!!!!

  87. Terri B. says:

    I would love to make a summer quilt out of these fabrics. I love the vintage look and very fun prints.

  88. Erica says:

    I would make me a nice tablecloth for my garden table. These fabrics look like SPRING!

  89. Diane says:

    I would probably make a table runner and two placemats to match. The other opion would be a tote bag. I have the pattern and just need the right fabrics to make it and these are it.

  90. Nicole Lamb says:

    I think I would use some of the prints for pillows, some for handmade dish towels for myself and friends, and some I would use as applique fabric. They are so pretty!

  91. Trish Boese says:

    I would make a summery lap quilt for our cool Alberta nights.

  92. Kathy says:

    Some lovely pillows–perfect for Spring!

  93. Amy says:

    So pretty! I would love these to make something sweet for an upcoming baby shower!

  94. Nicole says:

    beautiful! I would work on some accessories for my office!

  95. Susan S says:

    Some throw pillows or curtains or lampshades!!!

  96. Natalie says:

    What a great selection of fabric. I love the colors. Would be great for a baby quilt!

  97. holly p says:

    I’d make a few new purses. The colors are perfect for spring!

  98. Angela Pak says:

    I love the mustard colored fabrics that you’ve mixed in. I would make the patchwork skirt that Sandi Henderson just came out with.

  99. cute cute cute…… baby quilt baby quilt

  100. Amy says:

    I’d love to win this! I would probably end up making some sort of bag. I love bags!

  101. I saw the cutest scrap purse this week and those fabrics would be perfect! Feels like Spring.

  102. Stephanie says:

    I would definitely make some new pillows for my livingroom. Those prints scream spring and I love it!

  103. Kacey says:

    those colors are BEAUTIFUL. i hear a baby quilt begging to be made.

  104. Beautiful fabrics–love the color combination! I’d make a beautiful baby blanket.

  105. Alissa D says:

    With quilt month coming up, I think I would use it to make a quilt!

  106. Margie Bennett says:

    They are all so beautiful! I would make a new wallet & cell phone case for me.

  107. whitney says:

    A quilt for sure!

  108. Kelli says:

    Okay–usually I think of how I could make something for somebody, but I am SOOOO in love with these fabrics, that I am going to be selfish and say I’d keep them for myself!! I’d love to just frame bits of them in my sewing room, make myself a spring/summer bag with a matching wallet, use them in my kitchen/dining room decor, etc… Whatever I happened to use them for–it’d be for my pleasure! Great job choosing, Rashida and congratulations on the new baby!!!!

  109. Kelsey says:

    These are so pretty! I believe I could use them to make journal covers for the girls in my church youth group. They started keeping journals after I started teaching so I think it would be nice to give them something to remind them that I’m always there.

  110. Cathy A says:

    Oh, so pretty! I would make a small wall quilt. Yellow and blue is such a pretty combination–one of my favorite because it’s so cheery. I even used it for my wedding!

  111. Becki S. says:

    Those would be perfect to make a new lunch bag.

  112. Kim says:

    Fun! I would probably make several things, I’m planning on making a coordinating napkin, placemat, tablerunner set, and these would work perfectly with my kitchen colors. Hope I win!!!

  113. sigh. perfect spring sewing. I would love to do a quilt with a combinaton of them..but I’ve also been delving into the purse thing, and am finding most of my joy within fabulous lining material. these would be perfect coordinates. thanks!

  114. Rebecca says:

    I think these would make a pretty strippy skirt for me with a matching bag :)

  115. Leslie says:

    Hi, I think I would make a patchwork child’s sundress or maybe just use several of them on a dress for a little girl!!!

  116. Amy says:

    I would love to create numerous purses and coordinating wallets with these fabrics. Nothing says summer like an adorable purse in an equally adorable fabric!

  117. Emily B says:

    I’d make a little baby quilt… I’m collecting cute fabrics for crazy quilts!

  118. Connie says:

    Cute little spring table setting for my patio!

  119. Gracie says:

    I would make a mini quilt, I have been looking forward to start in this beautiful activity!

  120. Tami says:

    I’d work on a skirt with these. Something patchwork-y and fun. Something that could be worn down with a pair of flip flops while enjoying music by the lake in the summer yet something I could throw a pair of cowgirl boots on too

  121. Eva says:

    I would use the fabric to make a baby/toddler dress.

  122. Diane says:

    I totally love these. I’d make a lap quilt for the loveseat in our kitchen – these colors are perfect for that room! Or maybe some napkins…hmmmm…

  123. Heather Beard says:

    I would make some pillows. Those are pretty patterns.

  124. Rachelle says:

    ooh these are great prints. I would make a quilt or maybe a great bag or some ruffles for the bottoms of some skirts for my girls. Thanks for the chance to win.

  125. Aparna Mulgund says:

    Such beautiful colors. I would make a tote bag.

  126. graciegreeneyes says:

    I think I’d be inspired to make a quilt too – very cute fabrics!!

  127. Ann says:

    Just wonderful fabric. I am totally checking out her blog and book.

  128. delitealex says:

    I would make a baby quilt.

  129. Corey says:

    I love these!! They would make a lovely quilt!

  130. debra says:

    I love the damask blue, what a beautiful array to make a quilt for my bedroom with!

  131. Rebecca says:

    I have four weddings in May. All need quilts. This would help. Lovely!

  132. Beth says:

    These fresh spring colors would make a great table topper or placemats, but also patchwork pillows to add a pop of spring color to our normally fall colored livingroom with green furniture.

  133. Emily says:

    I’d make a quilt for our family to cuddle under during the rainy spring weather heading our way! These fabrics and colors are beautiful together!!

  134. Susan says:

    What beautiful fabric!! I think I’d make a quilt for my neighbor who I dearly adore for being such a good neighbor and friend.

  135. C. Michele says:

    So beautiful!

  136. eliz says:

    A guilt to snuffle under with my honey.

  137. Liz R says:

    How pretty! Would love to make a quilt with them!

  138. Este says:

    I’m thinking a birthday banner to reuse for my children … these designs would look so cheerful!

  139. Michelle says:

    Ah, the colors are so refreshing and scream Springtime! I would likely make a half apron, some patchwork tea towels, and a couple of pot holders to bring a little spring sunshine to my sometimes dreary apartment in Buffalo!

  140. leah says:

    these are all beautiful!

  141. Lisa says:

    Ooh…I think a quilt for picnics at the park!

  142. Valerie says:

    Ohh, those would make a great springy lap quilt!

  143. Tiffany says:

    These fabrics remind me of wonderful vintage sheets! I would use some of them to make a mini quilt for my daughter. She always has to have a blanket in tow, and mini quilts work great!

  144. Pam says:

    I would make knitting project bags for myself. The fabric is beautiful.

  145. Rachel says:

    I’d make a spring “twirly girl” skirt at my 4-yr olds request!

    Thanks!

  146. Holly U says:

    Oh, these are SO cheerful! I’d make some storage boxes for my son’s toys and a fabric sandwich bag or two for myself and gifts.

  147. Myra says:

    Great baby quilt colors.

  148. Jane says:

    I’ll make a quilt for my soon to be here grandbaby

  149. shorty says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! I think I would add a few of those swatches to a baby quilt I’m working on for a good friend. Her colors are black, white and apple green so the polka dots would definitely match what I’ve picked so far!

  150. Robin says:

    I love this set- I’d make a wall hanging quilt for spring and a bag- or 2 or 3:)

  151. Anu says:

    oh, so many things! a baby quilt, maybe a skirt for myself, a laptop cover, pillows to spring up my living room!

  152. Becky says:

    Glorious colors!!!

  153. Kristin says:

    Love the fabrics! I’d definitely make a baby quilt with them.

  154. Sarah E. says:

    Oh, I love this set!! I have been wanting to make a bag with fat quarters, so I think that’s what I’d do!

  155. aSprinkling says:

    Hmm…I think I would use these to make some clothes for my girls.

  156. Danielle says:

    I see a scrappy tank top or a purse.

  157. Brookiej says:

    Oh golly…a quilt!!! Pillows!! It’s wonderful! I’m in LOVE!

  158. These colors would make great bags for spring!

  159. Char says:

    I would use these to fuse flowers and fat little birds onto onesies. And maybe add a matching pieced bib. Love the colors! Thanks for a chance to win.

  160. holly says:

    i think that i would make the apron out of Rashida’s new book! the pack really screams “summertime in the kitchen” to me. I love it!

  161. jenlyjen says:

    I especially Flower Fields Sunglow~Modern Meadow. They’re all very springy!

  162. Jacquie says:

    Those are so pretty!! Would love to make a mini quilt with them.

  163. Charlene says:

    What fantastic images. I would make two crib quilts for the twins I had this March 5.

  164. LisaC says:

    These might be the kinds of fabric that I hate to cut. I think I would make fat quarter dinner napkins! They would make a great tote bag too. With lots of pockets.

  165. Susan says:

    I love these fabrics. My ideas for them are endless.

  166. LFinn says:

    Those fabrics would be perfect for a spring lap quilt, or picnic blanket for Easter egg hunts! Or some new cloth napkins to brighten up the table.

  167. Heather says:

    I love it! Fingers crossed :)

  168. Pattij says:

    I can see a beautiful quilt. How fun!!!!

  169. Julie says:

    A spring quilt. The colors are beautiful!

  170. Emily says:

    Ooooh, this would make a lovely tree of life quilt! So modern, fresh…and springy. Ah, spring!

  171. Kristen says:

    I would make a spring handbag. I love these colors!

  172. ktquilts4fun says:

    Loving the blue!!

  173. soren says:

    I would have to make a patchwork bag.

  174. lesley says:

    I absolutely LOVE the vintage feel to these! Brings out my creative itch!

  175. Kristin says:

    I’d buy more of each fabric and make myself one dandy quilt – we so need some bright, cheery colour in our bedroom right now!

  176. Karen Utley says:

    Can I tell you how much I need/want these fabrics? They match the colors in my duvet cover and I need to make some wallhangings for my new bedroom. My walls look naked……….

  177. Darlene Strickland says:

    I think these would make wonderful pillows. Lovely fabric!

  178. Paulina says:

    I have blue cafe curtains in my kitchen and this pack would fit perfectly. I’d make tablemath, maybe apron and small kitchen accesories out of it.

  179. Gretchen says:

    O, a patchwork apron for sure! And maybe a little purse, and they would most certainly make it into a quilt!

  180. Lina says:

    What a lovely combination of fabrics! Definitely perfect for (yet another) bag.

  181. jill says:

    A beautiful springy collection!

  182. Sally says:

    I think that I would make a tote bag, maybe, or a couple small dolly quilts for my niece.

  183. pat says:

    I love these blues and yellow. I would put them in a wedding ring quilt pattern.

  184. Karen B says:

    Oh, so many possibilities! Pillows, baby quilt…or kitchen accessories…oooo, or ruffled toddler dresses (added to denim)….
    (sigh).

  185. Anna Socrates says:

    I would use the fat quarters in Don’t Look Now’s “Jessica’s Garden” quilt and my friend Leah showed me these appliqued peacock squares that she is making into a quilt. They are gorgeous and would look so nice with those colors. Please, random number generator, choose me.
    Anna S.

  186. Kristin says:

    Pretty! I think I would use it for potholders…those colors would work well in my kitchen.

  187. Southern Gal says:

    A quilt for the new granddaughter…or a couple of handbags for her mom and grandmama.

  188. Emily says:

    I would love to win! I would make place mats and matching napkins or a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  189. madamquiltsalot says:

    OOOHHH the yellow and blue are just beautiful! I think I would get started on a whole bedroom redo.

  190. beth says:

    Ooooh, I love those fabrics! I’d make patchwork pillows for my bedroom!

  191. I love them – so nice!

  192. Lisa says:

    like these alot…i would probably make something for my kitchen…it’s blue and white …maybe a runner?

  193. Beby says:

    OOuh ! Finally Spring is here ! Lovely !

  194. Lisa H. says:

    I’d love to made a colorful tote bag with these. I adore the damask blue!

  195. Gayle says:

    I love the colors and the flower print, reminds me of my Grandma’s vintage fabric!

  196. Jessica says:

    What a lovely combination! I always love the way she puts fabrics together :)

  197. Beth says:

    I love Rashida and her work with linen – I’d have to add some linen to the fat quarters and do a quilt – those colors are so happy and full of spring/summer! Or maybe a quilted tablecloth – I’ve always loved blue with yellow and I have blue dishes…

  198. Rohaise says:

    I’m inspired to make a patchwork throw for picnics on the lawn or perhaps some log cabin cushions for patio chairs?! Lovely combination of colours and patterns.

  199. Maya says:

    Ohh, may I just sit still an fill my eyes with the beauties??

  200. Margarida says:

    The colours are so fresh and lovely!
    With this set I think I could create a very nice summer dress or skirt for myself which I would wear with some pretty yellow ballerinas :-)

  201. Christina Davis says:

    I love it!! I would maybe try a quite or a bunch of smaller projects.

  202. Angel Funk says:

    I would make some new baby pants!

  203. Silvia says:

    I love Rashida’s work! I got her book for christmas and it is amazing. With these lovely fabrics I would make the table runner that appears in the book for my living room table. We desperately need some spring feeling around here!!

  204. Annie S says:

    Wonderful colors. I’d probably use them to sew sampler blocks, but maybe runners orcushions instead.

  205. Julie says:

    So pretty! I *love* that Nicey Jane church flowers! I’d be tempted to patchwork together a new tote bag for spring, but maybe just use it to start a new quilt – I just started my first ever quilt and now I can’t stop daydreaming about other I could make!

  206. Heather K says:

    I’ve seen some cute peasant blouses that would work up beautifully. Plus, my daughter has been asking for some new spring skirts. These would be gorgeous!

  207. Sandra says:

    What joyful colours! I see this as a set of napkins on an outdoor table set for a summer meal…

  208. tscd says:

    Wow! I would love to make a jewellery roll…or a new wallet!

  209. emily firlik says:

    great selection

  210. Hayley Phillips says:

    I’d use the fabric to decorate some bathtowels and make a fabric covered box for my sister and laws bridal shower.

  211. LizM says:

    I’d make a quilt. Not sure what kind, but a quilt.

  212. Sharon says:

    LOVELY! Absolutely lovely! I would make myself a new quilted camera strap!

  213. Silje N. says:

    It is trylu beautiful

  214. J. Harmon says:

    Beautiful fabric, I would make bags and pouches to give as Christmas gifts (I know, I know, but if I start now, maybe I will actually finish!)

  215. Rebecca says:

    A picnic quilt! So summery and cheerful.

  216. Thea says:

    Beautiful! Maybe pillow cases?

  217. Eva SB says:

    I would create a spring themed wall-hanging to brighten up my dining area.

  218. Rosina says:

    Love these fabrics :) I’m making little dolly sized paper pieced hexagon quilts right now and they would be a lovely addition to the fabrics I’m working with right now :)

  219. Jill says:

    I would make a spring lap quilt! Love the colors!

  220. Grace says:

    nice nice..I’d make a table runner and a gorgeous bag with it!

  221. Heather Capener says:

    I love this pack!!

  222. Michele says:

    I would make a lovely little spring quilt for my girls to snuggle with. Such a perfect combination, I was excited to see her choices – I adore her blog and book!

  223. Cherie says:

    What beautiful colors! They make me happy that spring is coming. And wouldn’t they look pretty in a quilt?

  224. liz says:

    I’m working on some quilts for a local charity auction and this would be great to add to those projects.

  225. Amy says:

    This screams quilt to me…love it!!!! :)

  226. Anna says:

    Oh, divine. Perfect for pillows or a new library tote? Oh yes. Perfect.

  227. Conor says:

    The patterns are gorgeous, they would make great neutral baby gifts!!!

  228. Lucy dufendach says:

    Oh, that’d look perfect with a solid green I’ve had ’cause I loved it. I have been watching for something to go with my green in log cabin blocks. Oooo…lovely! Thank you for the chance to win, please, draw “Lucy”. ~

  229. Sara says:

    I’d make a fun and summery quilt.

  230. Amanda Gaskin says:

    These are also my favorite colors to work with and I think I might make a patchwork car seat cover replacement for my daughter’s car seat. She is short for her age and cannot move into a booster seat until she grows a few inches.

  231. April says:

    Wow! What great prints and colors. I’m always upset that I can’t WEAR yellow, because it’s such a great cheerful color. I’m planning a move pretty soon, so I’m in household-sewing mode. I see either a throw or some fat quarter napkins in these.

  232. Alyssa says:

    I would definitely make myself a bag & clothing for my kids.

  233. Kimberly says:

    I love her blog and love this mix!A baby quilt.

  234. Kristina says:

    I love the colors! I would make a new spring pillow.

  235. Marcia W. says:

    These are such happy spring fabrics. I would make mother/daughter totes with these (my mother is 79 and likes to wear green and cheerful colors).

  236. lisap says:

    For Mother’s Day, a table runner, a ptholder, and embellished towels for my mom’s lovely yellow kitchen. She would love this!

  237. Elizabeth A. says:

    I would like to make a summer bag and some pouches. what a adorable colours!

  238. Kate E. says:

    Love these fabrics!!!

  239. Greeblygreebly says:

    It’s getting to be picnic weather, I’d probably make a picnic quilt, those prints are so cheery they’d be perfect for that.

  240. Christine says:

    Very pretty colors. I think a large pillow for my bed in these prints would be wonderful.

  241. Sydney says:

    Do want!! What pretty fabrics! Love the vintage feel! I’ve been dying to try a new apron pattern!

  242. Dawn says:

    I think these would look great as a beach blanket!

  243. Karen says:

    My first thought is patchwork pillows. But, then again, I might want to make ruffled capris for my granddaughters! Cute fabrics!

  244. Shannon L. says:

    This combination is brilliant! Love it, Love it, Love it!!!
    I want to make a happy, summery picnic blanket!

  245. Ramona says:

    Such beautiful fabrics. I would make a table runner with these.

  246. Christy says:

    One of my closest friends is having a baby next month. This would make such a wonderful diaper bag for her – these are all colors she loves!

  247. mary beth says:

    I love these colors!

  248. Sara says:

    Would really like to make a purse or quilt out of these! Thanks for the contest!

  249. Anne Marie says:

    I would definitely make a summer quilt and a pillow. These fabrics would go perfect together with our green sofa, which need a renovation and some freshening up. *crossing my fingers*

  250. Cryssy says:

    Great colors and patterns!! I think I’d make a couple soft baby blocks and use scraps for a baby doll blanket.

  251. karen says:

    I would make a little quilt for my son for daycare! They are great colours!

  252. Carmen says:

    Great colours! I think they would make great log cabin pillows for my friend’s housewarming. Thanks!

  253. Jessica says:

    I ADORE these fabrics, especially the last row. I’m thinking maybe a cute tote or a fun patchwork skirt for spring.

  254. Meredith S. says:

    Those patterns would be a lot of fun to make a quilt with!

  255. Elizabeth says:

    These are gorgeous–I love the blue and the florals especially! I would use these to redo my bathroom–some fabric baskets, patchwork handtowels, and a stretched piece on canvas for the wall.

  256. LOVELY! I would make a baby quilt for a baby girl coming in August for a friend!

  257. lucy says:

    I would make a few coordinated patchwork tote bags to bring some stylish order to my carry-everything tendencies! Lovely fabrics!

  258. AlvesK says:

    Beautiful for any spring project!! I love these with a crispy white cotton for baby bags and projects!

  259. DianeY says:

    What a great job of coordinating colors from so many different lines. It would be beautiful for placemats & napkins

  260. laura says:

    napkins, napkins and more napkins!

  261. autumnesf says:

    A quilt for a christmas present for a best friend!

  262. Victoria says:

    Some new chair cushions and pillows for my dining room – it REALLY needs sprucing up!

  263. beautiful! i would love to add them to a spring quilt! LOVE!!

  264. Kristin D. says:

    I would love to see these colors in my bedroom; maybe as part of a new duvet cover?

  265. Diane says:

    Gorgeous! I would love to use these fabrics in a baby quilt for a friend’s boy due this summer!

  266. susana says:

    I love the pack. The colors are great, and really outside my pink/purple/red comfort zone, which would make them really fun to work with. I’m thinking a doll quilt and a tiered patchwork dress for my blue-eyed beauty. Although picnic blanket sounds great, too. Thanks for the chance, and good wishes for Rashida!

  267. Dot says:

    Have just purchased Shapes, 3-fold vest pattern and am piecing fabrics to create a new fabric to make the vest. This collection would be a wonderful group to piece for the same purpose

  268. Abby says:

    The fabrics are so bright and inspiring! I’d make an apron, or maybe a fun spring skirt. And some book covers using several of the fabrics together. What bright, pretty journals those fabrics would make!

  269. I would put it into a Penelope Ruffles bag from Izzy and Ivy…the next project I’m dying to start! Love the combo!

  270. Karen says:

    What a lovely combination! They immediately make me think of my mothers cottage garden in the spring – she loves that deep delphinium blue and the green & yellow are just like the daffodils trying to peek out in our March sunshine. I would use them to make a lap quilt & knitting bag for my mum for her 75th birthday

  271. Eva says:

    It would be perfect for a quilt!

  272. Julia says:

    Kitchen towels! The colors are so sunny and happy!

  273. Dru says:

    There are so many possibilities! A spring quilt, a handbag, cute fabric baskets, the list is endless.

  274. Connie says:

    Oh I could see the cutest spring table setting!

  275. These are just stunning. I’d make a throw quilt for my best friend from school who lives far to far away (8hrs drive). She’s expecting a baby in May so I’d love to give her something to wrap around her during those chilly night feeds.

  276. I would love to make a tabletop quilt with those pretty fabrics. It would make my kitchen look so springy!

  277. Jody says:

    Definitely too sweet! I too love yellows and blues – these fabrics would be perfect for a little dress for my 2 year old:)
    I’m crossing my fingers! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  278. Donnad says:

    Polka dots, strips and florals, all my favorites! I’d use it to make a toddler size patchwork pinafore, perfect for spring.

  279. Manechka says:

    The colours are so springy! In the one-weather climate I would love to surround myself with the reminders of spring! Would most likely quilt a cushion or two, some coasters or a leaf table runner… Thanks for the chance to win! =)

  280. Carmen says:

    I would make lovely pillows for myself and all my sisters to put out on their decks to enjoy all summer long. Beautiful choices!

  281. Crissy says:

    Definitely something for ME! :) A spring tote or a tote bag for my knitting projects… I love them!

  282. Jennifer S. says:

    I would make a patchwork skirt for ME. I’v been making so much for everyone else, pushing my ideas to the back of the table, it’s time to do one for myself.

  283. Annette says:

    Those colours are so bright and cheerful and definitely remind of me of spring!! I can see a couple of new totes for my girlies and for a couple of girlfriends that need a little pick me up from life’s bumps. I can also see a couple of new potholders for my kitchen and a little thank you gift for a friend whose been a huge help to me in the last couple of weeks. You don’t think I’m being overly optimistic about how many projects I can get out of this pack do you??? :)

  284. Mama Lusco says:

    I’d make a new spring shopping tote!

  285. louise reynen says:

    make up some yo-yos…fasten tog for a really cute summer tote bag

  286. Mellisa says:

    Such beautiful patterns and colors! I thing a couple of bags would be the direction I would have to go with these lovelies!

  287. Sara Ojard says:

    Beautiful!

  288. Briana says:

    probably a quilt. I really like these fabrics!

  289. Liz says:

    i think several of them would go into a green and yellow quilt i have planned! it will be baby blanket sized–in fact, it will act as a new covering for my actual baby blanket, which is worn and awful as only 1980 could be. ;) the upgrade will be beautiful and still use the actual artifact. hooray for recycling and keeping your precious possessions close to your heart!

  290. Carol says:

    Ooooh, my very first quilt – the colors are perfect for my daughter!!! Best wishes to Rashida and her family…

  291. Andrea says:

    Sending love to Matthew and Rashida and family – get well and come home soon, sweet boy! New babies and springtime call for a lovey-quilt ~ that’s what I’d make.

  292. Kim says:

    Wow, I would make a whole set of cushions so I could adore them everyday!

  293. Rose L says:

    Baby quilt for my sister-in-law’s new arrival! Beautiful combination. :)

  294. Whitney says:

    I would embellish fabric napkins and placemats which have been currently my latest passion…

  295. sharon says:

    They would be perfect for a baby quilt! Sharonj

  296. Nancy says:

    I’d love to make a playtime quilt for my baby. Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  297. Maria says:

    These are perfect for the spring so I would use it to make headbands or some spring clutches and coin purses.

  298. Edris says:

    Beautiful colors. I would make some patchwork skirts and dresses for my daughter.

  299. Melanie says:

    Those colors make me think of springtime at the breakfast table. I table runner, placemats, and napkins would be great from those prints!

  300. katrina says:

    talk about color and pattern perfection. i adore the mustard and moss patterns!

  301. Sara says:

    I’d love some new pillows to brighten up our bedroom!

  302. philistinemade says:

    What a perfect fabric combination! I would make a i heart patchwork checkerboard from that great tutorial, of course!

  303. Ginger says:

    Great choices. I would make a quilt.

  304. Merry WA says:

    My daughter has a blue & yellow bedroom, and I can see these fabrics making a beautiful throw to sit on the end of her bed & some mathcing cushions. With such lovely colours anything you made from them would be awesome.

  305. Aditi says:

    Some cushions for SURE. I was just saying I needed some new bright fresh colours in house to go along with this warmer weather!

  306. Jackie says:

    I’m getting a new apartment and my roommate keeps bugging me for decorations – these would make everything so cheerful!

  307. peanut says:

    We have a plethora of pregnant friends so right now most of my sewing centres around making bibs, tiny jackets, soft rattles and pretty edgings for burp cloths. I’m also saving up tiny scraps for a string quilt.

  308. tanya says:

    i would so do a baby quilt! love the colors.

  309. Heidi says:

    Well, first I’d have to stop drooling over the fabrics long enough to actually makes something. I’d probably put together a lined and pocketed tote, so I could showcase two different fabrics, and probably make a little clutch/coin purse to go in it to use a different fabric :) Or maybe a patchwork bulletin board cover so I really could just hang them on the wall and admire them! Or maybe a patchwork ironing board cover for the same excuse …

  310. Alisa says:

    Well, I think I’d make a couple of pillowcases. I’d make them like the high end ones at pottery barn and do some crocheting on the ends. I happen to be learning how to do that right now. The colors are just beautiful. Love the fabric, love to own it.

  311. Mary says:

    I would make a baby quilt for my new grandbaby due in October! Funny how new babies inspire you to go out of the box. The quilt will be my first as is the grandbaby!

  312. Michelle says:

    One of her linen calendars for sure!

  313. Tina L. says:

    A baby quilt for a new grand child expected this summer would look lovely with these fabrics.

  314. Delia says:

    I would make bags or a quilt or something. They are so pretty!

  315. Catherine says:

    Oh, I love these! A picnic blanket sounds wonderful–love all those sun and sky shades!

  316. Michelle D says:

    Love the blues! I would definitely make tote bags!

  317. Colleen says:

    What a beautiful combination of prints! I’d make a cherry lap quilt, definitely.

  318. Jeni says:

    I am thinking a cute summer top for my daughter or trying my hand at my first quilt! Beautiful!!

  319. Casey says:

    definitely a picnic blanket, the fabrics are fabulous!

  320. Kate Young says:

    We just finished a new patio and are working on the furnishings. I thinks this would be perfect for a quilt to have when we are sitting out there.

  321. kima says:

    Gorgeous selection. I am plotting to redo my kitchen in yellows and blues. Napkins, a new plastic bag holder and a toaster cozy come to mind.

  322. Ashley W says:

    They look so retro! I absolutely love them! I’m totally seeing an old apron pattern!

  323. The colors are just so perfect for spring! I’d make something to carry with me and brighten my day (most likely a bag, know me…).

  324. Laura says:

    I love the spring feel to those! I would use these to make some table linens, throw pillows and maybe something for the wall as well. I am so inspired by these fabrics!

  325. Munaiba says:

    These look perfect for a bright lap quilt to add a little spring sunshine to a winter’s day.

  326. Val Miller says:

    I love the choices = good spring colours! I could see lots of variety with these = but I would likely make a quilt, since that tends to be my thing.

  327. Sarah says:

    Lately I have been obsessed with makeing these little fabric baskets that only take two fat quarters to make. My quilt guild talked me into making 35 of them as giveaways for our next quilt retreat, so that is probably what I would make if I won.

  328. Cary says:

    I would make a summer throw blanket for the porch swing.

  329. Nichole says:

    mmmm…. very springy. i’d make a quilt. that’s pretty much all i sew. :)

  330. Stacey J says:

    These would make a wonderful spring quilt.

  331. nikki says:

    oooh, I would love to make some patchwork throw pillows from those prints for my guest room.

  332. Kristy V. says:

    I’m not sure what I’d make..but this is a gorgeous fat quarter pack! I am so feeling the spring here!

  333. Wendy says:

    I love these choices! I think they would be perfect as some new table napkins!

  334. C. Michele says:

    I adore floral prints.

  335. Veronica says:

    Matching outfits for my son and daughter :)

  336. Sarah says:

    I’d have to make something using all the fabrics together, so I think a picnic blanket/quilt would be perfect.

  337. Laurel says:

    Looks like the perfect spring tablerunner to me!

  338. amanda says:

    I would love to make a fun spring bag, or skirt!

  339. Vanessa says:

    Absolutely fabulous selections! I think I’d have to make some patchwork pouches or wallets or. . .

  340. duff says:

    I would make a lap quilt form the Atkinson Yellow Brick road pattern. I think it would be gorgeous with these modern fabrics!

  341. jm says:

    Patchwork curtains!

  342. Jennifer B. says:

    What a great mix! I would definitely make a quilt with these.

  343. Kate says:

    Selfish sewing just for me …. a spring top perhaps

  344. Alex says:

    this mix just screams spring table runner to me!

  345. bianca says:

    So bright and cheery! Perfect for applique. I love to add little creatures to my childrens’ stained/boring shirts.

  346. Ariane says:

    These would be great for a summery quilt. I love the blue/green/yellow combo.

  347. Andrea Methvin says:

    Absolutely wonderful! Everything goes together so nicely!

  348. Rebecca says:

    I have always loved these colors together. I want to make myself a nice tote bag to carry stuff from Farmer’s Market.

  349. Kathleen says:

    Perfect for my patio furniture – spring cushions !

  350. Gabrielle says:

    Absolutely beautiful! I love these colors together. Definitely accessories for my office!!!

  351. DebbieB says:

    These fabrics are great and would blend in with my dining room/kitchen. I’m thinking a table runner and maybe some coasters. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

  352. Celeste says:

    This set is particularly gorgeous–and just the colors of my daughter’s nursery. I think a little wall quilt may be in my future!

  353. Emily S says:

    I would probably make a summery skirt for my little girl to wear!

  354. bonnie says:

    my grand daughters baby doll needs a new quilt, this is from my grand daughter, so that is what I would use the fat quarters on if I would be the lucky winner.

  355. Katie says:

    These would be the perfect colors for a fun summer picnic blanket.

  356. Kathie says:

    Looking to jazz up some thrift finds with some handmade items for my daughter. Love this color combination.

  357. ara jane says:

    these are totally the colors currently after my own heart. i could think of many a baby-to-be-born who could use a bright and fresh baby quilt with these beautiful fabrics!

  358. What great colors for Spring! I think I would have to make a fun spring patchwork bag or maybe a baby quilt! (Since it feels like EVERYONE is welcoming new little miracles into their home lately!!)

  359. Susanne says:

    I really need new quilted throw pillow covers for our TV room — these fabrics would be so spring-like and perfect! Thanks for the chance to win

  360. I love the happy feeling of these pieces. I would patchwork myself a tote bag with them. That’s what I would do. Thanks for the chance of getting the pack for free. :-)

  361. Ellen says:

    I would make a set of patchwork pillow cases. I love love love this pack!

  362. Kristine says:

    I think I would make a cute skirt!

  363. Kay Taylor says:

    I’m having such a hard time choosing fabrics for my granddaughter’s graduation quilt! I think these would bejust right – she’d love them.

  364. Lizzie Lamm says:

    Bibs, pillows, miniature toddler skirts, aprons, bags, you name it, I love this fabric!!!!

  365. elana says:

    beautiful fabrics! i might make a spring sheet for us to sit on outside as the weather finally warms up!

  366. farscapegirl says:

    I think I would combine them (maybe with other old-school prints) and make a patch work purse for Spring! Thanks for chance to win!!

  367. Carly M says:

    I would love to make spring hats for my girls and maybe a purse for me!

  368. kelly says:

    These are lovely and perfect for making something to herald in spring. Loving the yellows especially.

  369. Whistlepea says:

    I have a baby coming in a few weeks so there’s no end to things I could make for her with this pretty mix. Maybe a little quilt or a patchwork dress?

  370. Megan says:

    This would definately be made into a Spring Quilt for my little sister to take with her back to Israel. She’ll be home in May for my wedding and I’m so excited to see her!!

  371. Katie B says:

    I love Rashida’s choices. I think this would make a great spring baby quilt. I hope the baby boy comes home soon!

  372. I think they’d make charming retro-style pillowcases.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  373. Cinnamon says:

    I’d make a lap quilt and some pillow covers as those colors just happen to match my living room decor!

  374. kelly says:

    I would love to use this material to make some napkins and placements for our kitchen! Beautiful!!

  375. Linda says:

    I would make a quilt for early summer picnics!

  376. Susan P. says:

    What a lovely selection! I think I’d make a patchwork apron to get me in the mood for spring cleaning!!

  377. Crystal says:

    Oh such beautiful and bright colors!!

  378. Susan says:

    So pretty – love the blues and yellows! I would make little gift bags for friends and family with these fat quarters.

  379. MegVS says:

    Lovely! I would love to make a baby quilt with these from Oh Fransson’s new pattern! We have been praying for baby Matthew as well!

  380. Dinah says:

    I would love to make a picinic blanket for this spring. These quarters are so beautiful

  381. Codecrafter says:

    Such cute fabrics. I think I would feel the need to create a bunch of little Zakka projects from the fat quarters!

  382. Johanna says:

    I love the idea that was mensioned above of making a white quilt with circles on it. I totally agree that this would be perfect for this! And maybe matching pillow covers :)

  383. summerfete says:

    I am using the same colours for a patchwork quilt!
    I need more though!!

    Clare

  384. Melanie says:

    Those are my favorite colors too! I’d make a lap quilt to cuddle up under and read before the sun comes up this spring!!!

  385. Anita says:

    Wow, I love this combination!

  386. Kimberly says:

    Yellow and blue are my sweet mother’s favorite colors – definitely a gift for her.

  387. Elaine says:

    I’d love to make a baby quilt with these- such gorgeous spring colors!

  388. Michele C says:

    A great vintage-y mix. I think I would go with home dec items to freshen up for spring. Pillows, a throw with some solids mixed in, or a table topper.

  389. I want to try my hand at a pinwheel/windmill quilt (I’m new to quilting and haven’t made one yet). These colors would be perfect for creating a floral look to the pinwheels! Love the color and fabric choices!

  390. DebbieKL says:

    What a fun collection!

  391. Liz B says:

    These colors look like a gender-neutral baby quilt to me!
    Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

  392. Cinnamon Sangria says:

    Oh so pretty, so springy and fresh. I think I’d use them to make some kitchen potholders.

  393. Rachel says:

    I’d create some mini clothespin aprons for the little girls in my life!

  394. gill says:

    a bag maybe?
    with spring here at last a bag for the beach would be good

    gill

  395. Tong says:

    Ooo so pretty! I love Rashida, she has pretty awesome taste! I will probably make some new pillows for these fun spring colours. Thanks for the chance to win!

  396. Tong says:

    Ooo so pretty! I love Rashida, she has pretty awesome taste! Thanks for the chance to win!

  397. Sarah says:

    These colors are beautiful! I’m thinking a mini quilt. Thanks!

  398. Gina says:

    Love these fabrics! I am so into yellows right now. These prints would be the perfect combo for a spring bag or a cute pillow to cheer up my sad sofa :)

  399. Ayelet says:

    definitely a sewing machine cover like the one in Rashida’s book!

  400. Laura says:

    I’ve been wanting to create a lab quilt…never made a quilt before. With a baby on the way, I might try to figure out something for the baby…there’s so much you can do with fat quarters!

  401. leigh7911 says:

    Yellows! Blues! Greens! I think I’d have to just sit and stare at and admire those fabrics for awhile before I could possibly cut into them…

  402. Christina says:

    Beautiful fabric. I can imagine all the baby quilt gifts I can make this year. I have 3 family and friends expecting this year. I can’t wait to get started. :)

  403. ~Helena~ says:

    What a cheerful combo.

  404. Esther says:

    Definitely some pillows to bring some life and cheer to our couch or a pinwheel quilt. The colors are just terrific!

  405. Sara Hemmeke says:

    LOVE IT! I’d make some pillows to go with my blue bedroom!

  406. Kelly B. says:

    So pretty and happy! Love them! I’m currently working on a quilt for my Mother-in-Law using the Nicey Jane fabric. I’d love to make her some coordinating pillows and nesting baskets.

  407. Elizabeth says:

    Wow! that’s a lovely combination of fabrics. I would make a quilt for sure.

  408. What a great mix of blues, yellows & green. This is something I never would have picked out myself, but absolutely love…it is so nice to have online inspiration & enlightenment!

  409. Megan L says:

    I’d love to make a pillow with these beautiful fabrics as well!

  410. Beth says:

    I love this color combo for the spring and summer. I think I would make a baby quilt or maybe a patchwork tote.

    Great eye, Rashida! Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

  411. MamaBee says:

    So pretty! I’d love to make a summery picnic blanket with this set.

  412. Mrs Team S says:

    How fun! A lap quilt or some fun coasters. I am sure I will have more ideas later! :)

  413. Chris says:

    I love these combinations…perfect to make a new pillow for my bedroom.

  414. Lauren says:

    I see the beginnings of a sweet little quilt for my soon-to-be new niece or nephew! (And maybe a little spring skirt for my 2-year-old!) :-)

  415. pamela says:

    A summer tote and coordinating small bags to organize the inside! Oh, the endless possibilities!

  416. Rebecca says:

    This would make a great springing quilted jacket. I just picked up a Nancy Zieman pattern that would work beautifully.

  417. Julie W says:

    Love the selections!! Have no idea what I’d make with them, but I know I will come up with some ideas if I win!!

  418. Jenny says:

    I love this selection! I have so many ideas for what I could make with these fat quarters: a springy patchwork top, or a pretty purse or two, a tablecloth for breakfast on our outside table, or some fat quarter napkins a la Heather Ross, or a cute outfit for my baby niece… or maybe just a simple quilt to bring spring indoors!

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway!

  419. Kaye Prince says:

    I would definitely make a quilt! I would probably mix the prints with natural linen or a nice crisp white. Great job Rashida!

  420. missknitta says:

    What a lovely collection! As these colors go perfectly with our sitting room, I would make a patchwork throw and some matching pillows!

  421. Katie Strong says:

    Great selection. I’m thinking some lovely spring table linens. Patchwork runner? Cute napkins?

  422. Kaylin says:

    I would make a table runner and napkins for my home!! so beautiful!!

  423. Cristi says:

    these prints are beautiful!!

  424. How pretty! I would make a tabletop quilt. I saw one on a blog not long ago and think it would be perfect for our breakfast table so it doesn’t get all dinged up!

  425. Christine says:

    I think I would try out a flying geese quilt with those fun prints!

  426. Kristen A says:

    Oh, that is beautiful! I’d make a simple table runner from it to show off the beautiful prints!

  427. 4vs1 says:

    Am I being too selfish if I say that I think I should win this fat quarters pack? LOL! I love all these fabrics and all those blues and greens would look amazing on and around my Irish girls!! And today my youngest Irish lass turns 8 months old! And what would I make? Something for my daughters!

  428. tjesa says:

    Gorgeous collection! Would whip up some pieced pillow covers for my home with these fabrics..how cheery!

  429. Jenna says:

    These fabrics are perfect for a little springy brighten up at the house. Some pillows, curtain edging, and cushions – so lovely!

  430. Hanna Bergheim says:

    I love Rashida’s blog and I like her colour choice for this FQ mix!
    So bright and “springy”…I just bought a bunch of egg-yolk yellow carrier bags/totes that need some embellishment to cover up an advertisement for vitamins-(Thrift-store find).Her colour choice would be perfect for some Easter-patchwork!! Sunny greetings
    from Germany Hanna

  431. Ashley says:

    Lovely fabrics! I think I would try to create/make a patchwork spring/summer bag with lots of pockets using all the different fabrics. Wouldn’t that be fun!?! :)

  432. Cynthia I says:

    These are lovely fabrics. I think I would be inclined to make a patchwork skirt for my daughter or a bag.

  433. Bethany says:

    Wow, what a great mix! It has to be my favorite color-way! blues and greens with a splash of yellow…beautiful!

  434. amy says:

    I would love to make some patchwork placemats, or a quilt with just a hint of patchwork.

  435. Emily says:

    i would love to make stacking fabric blocks! they are so bright and fun!

  436. Beth Lucas says:

    I think I would try making some sort of wall art; these colors would look great in my kitchen/dining space :)

  437. Amber Lee says:

    I think I would make a fun patchwork skirt for my little girl – and maybe a matching head hankercheif. So pretty and springy!

  438. Leanna says:

    Oh, I see a cute little patchwork baby quilt in the making! Super cute!

  439. Jenni says:

    What a great mix!!!

  440. Jeanne says:

    My Sewing room is blue so I can think of all sorts of things to do with this FQ pack, pillow covers, table runners, some sort of valances, and who knows what else. Thanks for the opportunity.

  441. Yellow is definately the color I’ve been gravitating towards lately! Some of those yellows would look so good on my new couch!! Some patchwork pillows would be nice or a nice bright runner to lighten up my dark coffee table or a yellow band around the lampshade, or some coasters, or just patchwork wall hanging…my mind is spinning with ideas! Yellow is so cheerful!

  442. Samantha says:

    It would make a beautiful spring-time quilt! Lovely colors!

  443. Angela says:

    Right now, those colors are my favorite spring colors! I would love to create a outdoors quilt with it for my family. Its almost time for me and my 3 lil girls to start having lil tea parties at the park!

  444. Holly says:

    That is a fantastic combination of fabrics. They’d make a great spring quilt. Perfect for spring evening on the porch, or picnics in the park.

  445. Caroline says:

    Been getting back into quilting lately!

  446. Julia says:

    Love how vibrant this set is! I think I would make patchwork nesting baskets with it. They would be sure to brighten any room.

  447. amanda says:

    Happiness! What a wonderful mix. I think I’d do a lap quilt with a white background and scattered big circle appliques. I’ve been wanting to try circles.

  448. Christina says:

    The yellow and blue combination is so fresh!

  449. Shaz says:

    Patchwork skirts for my daughter and I. It’s going to be 65 degrees here in Chicago today and I’m ready for Spring!

  450. Erin says:

    I, too, love the yellow, blue, green combo. I think I would make a picnic quilt — the yellow and green are making me feel like springtime!

  451. julie says:

    I would make a picnic blanket for the summer.

  452. Liz says:

    Oh oh pretty and Springy! I’m in a quilting phase right now so I’m thinking these would make a great lap size picnic blanket for days at the park with my babies :)

  453. What a wonderful collection of beautiful fabrics. I would make a table covering for my sun room and spring would already be here!

  454. Marcie says:

    I would make a quilt for my first baby (due in July)!!

  455. Katie says:

    I love this color combo. I would probably make a baby quilt.

  456. Alina says:

    They are so beautiful. I would create pillow covers for my kids.
    Thanks!

  457. Deanna says:

    This is the first collection I have looked at in a while and thought “ME.” Like many sewers, I primarily make for other people, but this just sings “KEEP ME.” I am thinking about redoing my bedroom and this would be a good place to start–maybe the throw? Who knows, but I know I could give it a good home.

  458. Trudi says:

    I see a sweet, sassy apron in my future!!

  459. Gretchen says:

    Ooh, love these! They remind me of my Nana’s kitchen, so I would probably do something with them for my kitchen. A table runner, perhaps?

  460. Carly says:

    I love these colors! I would try to make a skirt for my little girl or perhaps a pieced bag for me.

  461. Jules D says:

    I had a friend who just had a baby girl and they decorated her room with green and yellow. This would make a beautiful little baby quilt!

  462. Lindsey F says:

    My favorite colors in one place! This pack definitely shouts spring – maybe I would make a patchwork tote bag.

  463. Deb Cameron says:

    A ‘spring’ skirt for sure, full of tiers and I imagine wearing it with a simple peasant top in white voile and no shoes, wandering along a soft green path…aaaahhhh! Wishful thinking :-)

  464. PeachRainbow says:

    I love Hot dot olive and Dot green more!
    As Usual Purses/Totes!

  465. D'Anna says:

    I am going to make a baby quilt for my friend’s new little one. These would be perfect for the quilt!

  466. Linda says:

    Very pretty…I would make a quilt for sure. Thanks for the giveaway!

  467. Alice S says:

    I’ve been making several items from “I Love Patchwork” and think I would use this fat quarter pack to make the lap quilt from her book.

  468. Sheridan says:

    What a gorgeous bunch of fabrics! I think I would make some pretty spring napkins.

  469. Kym says:

    Definitely a quilt. My first. These colours are just what I’m loving at the moment.

  470. Alice S says:

    LOVE IT. LOVE IT. I’m hoping to make a picnic blanket for my family this summer. These lovely fabrics would be perfect!!! Great fat quarter pack.

  471. Kirsty says:

    A bright sewing machine cover, like the one in Rashida’s book!

  472. Julia says:

    I’ve got Rashida’s book and wanted to make the cosmetics pouch on the weekend but just couldn’t settle on what prints to use. The prints in this FQ pack would work beautifully!

  473. Amber says:

    I love Rashida’s blog too – and her book is just amazing! I think I’d probably use them in a quilt….

  474. Laura says:

    These are SO cute! I would love to make my foster daughter some spring clothes with these… And maybe a little blanket to match.

  475. upstatelisa says:

    Ooooo I love those swatches! I would love to make a pillow or a nice lap quilt in those fabrics!

  476. jacqueline says:

    These fabrics look great! I would love to make them into a nursingbag for my sister-in-law. She will love it!

  477. Miglena Doneva says:

    A funny bag to meet the spring – and maybe a matching hat :)

  478. Krista says:

    I’d create the New Wave from Oh Franson..

  479. Jenny says:

    Oh, this is gorgeous!! Congrats to the new mama and little matthew!! Yay! :)

    Jenny

  480. kirsten says:

    I absolutely love yellow and blue for spring. I hope I win!!! I’d like to make a lovely throw for the baby’s room. It may be spring but it can still be chilly while nursing. A heavy blanket is too much, but a nice springy throw would be so fantastic!

  481. Erin Compton says:

    I would make a beach tote and tablecloth for our roll up table, these prints seem perfect for a summer evening dinner at the beach.

  482. lili says:

    I’ve just started making lavender scented wheat bags as gifts for the plethora of expectant mums around me. These fresh fabrics would be perfect!

  483. Melissa says:

    A quilt!! I just bought myself a beginners quilting book and all I need now is some gorgeous fabric. I’m loving the colours in this set!

  484. bruinbr says:

    What a beautiful set of fabrics! I would love to make a spring quilt for my daughter or some place mats for our dreary dining table! Thanks for the giveaway!

  485. Imaan says:

    They are beautiful prints, and I’d have a hand at putting together a quilt for my little girl.

  486. Julia says:

    OOHH that is though but I know a few of them would go really well with my baby room. Maybe some pillows, a quilt, lampshade? Maybe all of the above.

  487. Tracy T. says:

    I’d make an adorable little baby quilt with random sized circles on a clean white background.

  488. Jessica M says:

    Such pretty choices! I need to make myself the ultimate mom “not quite a purse, not quite a diaper bag,” and these fabrics would be awesome!

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