I’m so excited to be starting another Block of the Month Quilt along! Last year I joined in with Jacquelynne Steves Save the Bees quilt along and I had such a blast that I jumped right in when she asked me to join in with this year’s quilt, Happy Little Things!
Today we’re debuting Block 1 of the Happy Little Things Quilt!
Jacquelynne has done up the quilt in two colorways – aren’t they both pretty?! She also has several bloggers sewing along so it will be a blast seeing the blocks in all sorts of different fabrics. I’ll have a list at the bottom of the post so you can visit everyone!
For my quilt I’m using a combination of two of my fabric collections, Vintage Adventure and Vintage Keepsakes.
Each block has a sweet little flower applique! If you look at the example quilt the block we’re starting with is in the bottom right. My block is exactly the same, but I flipped my flower so it was pointing to the right. Same pattern and everything, just turned out!
I’m excited to work on my appliqueing skills with this, and I love the pretty designs of the blocks!
To get the pattern for this month’s block, click the link below:
Happy Little Things Quilt Block 1
Update: Giveaway is now closed. The winner is Heather Hedrick!
Every month we are also hosting a giveaway and this month our giveaway is hosted by Olfa!
The giveaway is for an Olfa Prize Pack!
- Giveaway is open to US and Canada residents. International winners will receive an alternate prize.
- One prize per person per giveaway.
To Enter: Leave a comment on this post and answer the question – What fabric would you use for this quilt along?
Make sure you visit all the other bloggers participating in the BOM! You can also enter at each blogger’s page so there are lots of chances to win!
- A Quilting Life
- Podunk Pretties
- The Crafty Quilter
- Flamingo Toes HERE! :)
- Allie-Oops Sweet Happy Life
- Happy Quilting Melissa
- The Quilting Nook
- Kathy’s Quilts
We would love to have you sew along with us! You can share photos in Jacquelynne’s FB group and I’d love for you to join my Facebook group as well! We share all sorts of quilt and crafty adventures there! You can also use the hashtags #HappyLittleThingsBOM and #HappyLittleThingsQuilt on Social Media!
And if you missed it – here’s the link to Block One!
Susan S says
Ooh- I think I’ll use Nest by Leila Boutique for this; nice soft colors.
Diane Oubre says
I have a couple fat quarter bundles in my stash I my like to use for this. colors are gray. jade &
Marianne Barta says
I will be using the Desert colorway from Jacqueline. So excited!!
This would lend itself to my summer intent to use up odds and ends in my scrap box.
I love this sweet little quilt! Nice work! If I were to do it, I’m really loving the Vintage keepsakes, but I’m also eager to try Granny Chic. Just trying to find the right project. I’m in love with Riley Blake fabrics- I think all the designers are so talented. It’s like they are taking everything I love and putting it into fabrics. I can’t wait to see what you do next.
I am planning on using bright, cheery fabrics from my stash for the BOM. Your block is so pretty!
Your color choices really reflect my taste!! LOVE it
Robin Hoffman says
I agree. This is a truly beautiful block. I am using the desert colorway.
Gretchen Weaver says
I’m using leftover fabrics from a Riley Blake line, very colorful and spring looking. Your blocks are lovely!
I will be using the fabric pictured. I love it and bought quite a bit of it, to add to my stash. I knew something would come along that I could use it on.
Becky Dillaha says
I will be using some fabrics from my stash and think this will be hanging on the wall in my studio/ sewing area. Love the design.
Tonya Flores says
I will use a bit of everything from my scrap pile!!!
Lovely block! I would maybe use Strawberry Jam or Granny Chic!
Catherine D Stovall says
Any of my Bonnie and Camille left overs!!!! I just love this little pattern
Becky Dillaha says
I will be using some fabrics from my stash and think this will be hanging on the wall in my studio/ sewing area.
Charald Comeau says
I will be using fabric from my stash.
Susan Green says
I love the fabrics you used. Such a cute block!
I will choose scraps from my stash, I have pretty fabrics I would love to use for this BOM!
Your block is very sweet.
Vickie Stidham says
I love all of the examples of fabric choices for this block! But I will be using what I have in my stash. And I have beautiful fabrics in my stash. Lol. I think this will be a beautiful quilt when it is finished.
Ann Schafer says
I’m going to hold off on my fabric choice of fabric….I think I know what I like than I see others and think AWWW that is what I like.
I think I will use fall colors…thanks for the chance to win ✂️
Cheryl Lea says
I’m using the Desert colorway for this BOM, but I just love the fabrics you are using! Yummy!
Kathie L says
I think it would look good in a green, yellow and blue fabric combination. Yours is sweet.
I’m using fabrics from my stash.
Sandy Allen says
I have a large stash of 30s repros. I think they would be great for this quilt!
I am using up my stash so I’m doing scrappy!
I’m thinking to use some of Lori Holt’s fabric from her Farmgirl line.
Paula Bergan says
I’m planning on using up scraps for this quilt – but we’ll see!
Liz Horgan says
I like to you scraps for the applique. I still have to pick my fabrics for the piecing!
Kay Gentry says
Haven’t decided yet. Maybe Civil War repos for a totally different look.
Your choice is wonderful. I would pull out some 30’s.
Lisa LaMie says
I’m using using christmas scrapes!
Undecided at this time if what colors, will probably end up using fabrics from my stash.
Joan M says
I will be using fabrics from my stash. Your block is so pretty!
I plan to use from my stash but it will have a vintage look.
I am joining in the Happy Little Things QAL, but I already follow your posts. This is an entry for the give away.
As to fabric . . . I’m thinking scrappy with the endless scraps I’ve created over the past few years – heavy on the aqua and pink! Throw in a little purple?
Sharon Rowe says
I’m headed straight to my stash for some of the 30’s prints I have been saving for the right project.
I’m using the Cottage Way fabric from Jacqueline.
I think I would use Garden Variety by Lella Boutique. That is what I have the most of in my stash right now. I have some Vintage Adventure but not enough to complete the BOM.
I would use scrap fabric for the Happy Little Things. I think it would be cute in pastel scraps.
Jennifer P says
i think I would use some of my precious authentic feed sacks. It will be perfect for these adorable blocks!
I haven’t chosen my colors yet, but I will probably go scrappy and sew from my colorful stash.
Rochelle Summers says
At the moment, I planning a scrappy quilt but may end up with something different. love the way your block turned out.
Oh! I love your block! The colors blend so perfectly! Great job!
Pamela Jean Richards says
I believe I will use some fat quarters that I won from Jacquelynn’s Save the Bees — it is very springy —
I absolutely LOVE the fabric you used!! I already got my BOM fabric, but I may have to buy some of that for another one. :)
Suzanne Dunford says
I’ve decided to use up fabric from my stash and make a Christmas quilt.
Millie Wimer says
I love this little BOM. I am going to use some fat quarters that I won at a quilt retreat and from my stash.
Brenda Ackerman says
I will be using my Scrap Collection for this BOM, but using bright spring colors is what I am aiming for. Thank you for sharing your Block with us. Have a great day!
Very cute colors. Love your block.
Melissa Dunn says
I have joined for the happy little things blocks. They are jappy. As to fabric, i will go to my stash. I’m thinking of bright summer fabrics.
I’d probably pick something like you used. I love all of those color combinations! Just beautiful!
Vida Arrington says
I will use bright spring colors from my stash.
I still haven’t dug through my stash to find the color way. I hope I have some brights.
Amy Salamone says
I believe I am going to use either black and white or red and white fabrics for this pattern. I love seeing what everyone else is doing though!
I’ll be using fabrics from my stash that look summery to me. I just LOVE the fabrics that you used!
Shiella Shilts says
I haven’t decided on a colorway yet, hopefully soon!
Denise :) says
I love the prints you’ve chosen … cheery and happy! I like Moda’s Bee Joyful line … I might like to use that! Or something with a little bling! You’re combo of hand applique and embroidery is charming! :)
Kathy Langston says
I am still thinking about the fabric to use. Maybe some leftovers from Save the Bees would work.
Elizabeth A Barno says
I plan to use bright colorful fabrics from my stash.
Mary R. says
I will be using scraps from my stash. I love your block.
Suzanne Cooper says
I need to use fabric from my stash, not go buy more fabric.
Beth T. says
I’m thinking I am going to use yellow and blue fabric and make this for my friend Diane, who loves these colors. I’ll be shopping from my stash.
MS Barb says
Left over bright colored fabric!
Leigh Anne Humphrey says
I love your fabric lines! However, I’m going to use my stash and scraps. This is a perfect project to use them.
I’m just going to use scraps and make four mini quilts!
April Lopez says
I bought her Cottage fabric bundle so that’s what I’m using.
Mary Lou P. says
I will be using fabric from my stash, probably in 30s prints…trying to purge some prints seldom used.
Love your fabrics though!
Barbara Polisknowski says
Love your vintage selection. So pretty!! I am using the cottage way fabric for mine.
Jayne P says
I have so many scraps I would have to use them
Leslie Schucker says
I am using all fabrics from my stash.
I think I will use up some scraps — possibly Sherri and Chelsi fabrics.
Janice Snell says
I am going to use scraps as I seem to have an abundance of them. [email protected]
I plan to use blues–from my scraps.
Laura M says
I have some bee theme fabric that I was given as a gift and I plan to use it for this project.
Pam Jolly says
I am thinking i will use purples and yellows for this quilt.
Mary Hayes says
I will be using fabric from my stash. This is so darn cute I might just do both colorways.
I think I will turn to my stash for fabrics.
cathy k says
I am using my stash, I haven’t decided my color yet.
Actually, I plan to use a more muted palette… almost a primitive vibe. Just in case I’m the winner…[email protected]
Joyce Carter says
I love all things scrappy so I will be using the scraps in my stash.
Thank you for the chance to win.
Austa Rogers says
I am going to use fabric from my stash and base it on a bright turquoise and red paisley print that I have. It is fu ad bright.
I am using reproduction fabrics for a change.
I ordered the Desert colorway from Jacqueline. I am learning to branch out and start experimenting with other fabrics.
Little Penpen says
Your block is very cute with this happy color palette. I don’t know what colors I would use for the fabric, but I do like the style that Allie Oops is doing her BOM with.
Barb K says
I believe scrappy is my way to go–might feature some blues init!
Mom C says
Could be very scrappy, I have lots of scraps that play nicely together.
Lydia Sheffield says
Lots of reds, yellows and blues.
Judy Currie says
Can’t wait to start. Using my stash & some fussy cuts.
Your block is so cute. I love the combination of embroidery and applique – both things I enjoy doing. I signed up to join in the fun today, and am thinking of using batik fabrics. I do love batiks, but have not done that much with them so far.
Lots of blues from my stash.
I plan to go scrappy, I have lots of bright springy fabrics. Thanks!
My stash is going to show me exactly what I should use for this quilt. I want something primitive I think. Your block is beautiful.
Deb A says
Good question. I have not really decided but I am having fun seeing what all the ‘bloggers’ are using. Mine will probably come from my stash wall…. just not sure what colors yet.
I may go with a scrappy look including my favourite colour green.
Bonnie Thiem says
I think pinks, reds and greens would look great.
I am using the Desert Colorway from Jacqueline. Love your site!
carol denning says
I like Vintage Keepsakes fabric, however I mostly will us my own leftovers to make this lively ,fun block!Thanks for the chance to win!
Andrea Hall says
now that we have the first block, I will spend time this morning choosing fabrics. Such a pretty little block, which I’m going to enjoy very much.
Kathy h says
I will use bright colors for a different color way than I usually use.
Will be using up some of my stash for this BOM project.
Terri H says
I’m going to use brights from my stash. Enjoy trying something a little different.
I plan to use fabrics from my stash. I buy way too much fabric. I am limiting my trips to the fabric store now because I can’t seem to stop buying. (This is normal, right?)
Cheryl Aloise says
I am going to use flowery and brights from my stash.
I have not picked my fabrics yet.
I plan to just pull fabrics from my stash that seem to coordinate well.
I’d use my stash, probably blues, greens and purples, tho it’s hard to say until I have a chance to actually get started on this.
I haven’t decided what fabric I will use, but I do like your choice. I will be choosing something from my stash.
Quilter Kathy says
I’m using the Strawberry jam fabric line with some scraps thrown in for good measure!
I love your idea of mixing the applique with embroidery!
Bridget C Reimers says
I haven’t pulled any fabric yet but it will be from my stash.
I’ll be using up scraps from my stash.
Julia S says
Yesterday, I accidentally knocked over a box of fabric in greens and purples. I cannot for the life of me remember why I was saving them, so I am thinking those will be my colors. I am sure that I will add a bit of blue somewhere….it is my favorite color.
I would love to use some pale, flowery fabrics
Love your block! I will be using soft pastel florals.
Mindy Long says
I treated myself to the Desert color way kit!
Definitely navy and white Japanese fabric scraps from my last quilt!
Sandra Stewart says
I am using fabric from my stash, thinking I will go with the desert theme,
Gay Reeder says
I purchased the fabric for the Cottage from Jacquelynne Steves.
Angela Pekar says
I would DEFINITELY use my Vintage Keepsakes fabric!
Anne Robertson says
I am using fabrics from my stash and scraps, sort of in Jacquelynne’s Desert colors. I am excited to see how it turns out!
Debra Reber says
I haven’t decided what fabric to use yet, but I really need to dig into my stash!!
Renea Yarolim says
I have seen so much inspiration for colorways for this block so I am not really sure what I would pick. I would have to say your colors are my favorite so far.
Marci Parker says
I will be using scraps. I love your color combo!
Margaret Krogstad says
I would use my favorite aqua and purple fabrics in my stash!
I recently moved across the country, and had to leave behind most of my stash. I have a bag of 30s prints, a bag of Christmas prints, and a box of men’s shirts. It will be one of those! It was fun to read what others are planning.
I love using scraps for quilt alongs/BOMs.
GLORIA NORRIS says
I have a lot of left over fabric from a quilt I made. I would complete this one with mostly blues and whites from my leftovers.
Karen Rodriguez says
I have a stash of Farmers Daughter that’ would look cute.
Sue D says
So sweet. Love the fabrics. I would use fabrics from my stash.
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Tina Obryant says
Love the fabric choice and the applique. thanks for sharing
Teresa Knittingdancer says
I will be using fabric from my stash probably in the colors of summer flowers.
Donna Rice says
I am going to use some from my stash that was left over from other projects.
Thanks for sharing your project. I’m leaning toward batiks for my version.
Bonnie Hendrickson says
Mostly reproduction fabrics from my stash.
I have been saving a fun fabric called ginger blossom by Sandi Henderson for a special project. I’ve decided to use it for the border and have pulled coordinating fabrics from my stash in peach, gray, blue, and green, with some low volume background pieces for the blocks. Your block is so cheerful. Love it.
Patti Bench says
I plan to use fun, happy colors from my overflowing stash for this project! Thanks.
Ann Beckemeyer says
I’m considering using Christmas fabric for the BOM quilt. I have lots of Christmas fabric that’s just begging to be used. Every time I’ll look at my finished project, I’ll think of this event and all of the wonderful quilters who were part of it.
Most likely scraps since I have lots!
I think I will choose from stash for this quilt.
I love your version and the vintage adventure fabrics.. Beautiful. Mine will be from my stash.
Daniele Detail says
I will dive into my stash of fat quarters and my scraps to make the whole quilt. So I can’t tell yet, which colours will be chosen. :-)
Cheryl Rich says
The fabrics I will be using are scraps from my stash in something similar to the desert colorway. :o)
Judy Sanders says
Edyta Sitars Blues.
I have some Lecien fabric that is ideal for this BOM plus some scraps
I am using Christmas fabrics! Trying to use my stash this year….
Susan M Palys says
I will be using the Desert design and turquoise, navy, tan and peach from my formidable closet/stockpile!
Tiffany Scherschel says
I’m using Vintage Adventure, I’ve used it in my camper and just adore it! Now I need a new quilt for the camper bed
Diane H says
I plan to use my 30’s fabrics for my Happy Little Things quilt!
No brainer for me. I have some Vintage Adventure and Vintage Keepsake fabrics that I’m currently making a quilt from. So it may look a bit like yours ………… :)
Love working with your fabrics!
Brenda West says
Bright summery pieces that I have – love both designs – the dessert and cottage. Will be using happy fabrics.
Going to use Riley Blake Glamper fabric♥️
Oh! There are so many new fabric collection s coming out – this would be great with granny chic or ruby society fabrics!
Rosalind Gutierrez says
The mini would look great in a purple/lavender color scheme.
Kimberly Clark says
I really have to shop through my stash! But I am leaning toward red with another color, but I can’t make up my mind for that secondary color! [email protected]
Judy Kiesow says
I think orange, teal and white colors. Just fabric from my stash!!
Karen P says
I’m not sure…either scrappy because I’ve got lots of scraps or batik.
Rhonda Flickinger says
I purchased the cottage color fabric. I am thinking about doing two differnt blocks and also using us some of my stash.
Gena Watters says
planning on using 30’s repo for this
I will be using fabric from my stash. Maybe Christmas.
Bobbie Z. says
I’ll either use fabrics from my stash or I have 1930’s fabrics that I might love to use for this BOM.
CHARLOTTE KEY says
I would use some scraps and then supplement fabrics from my stash.
JODY WENDT says
I am waiting on fabric package for the desert colorway
Karen D Martin says
Your block is just darling–love the applique and the fabrics! I think I would use my blue and white fabrics for this SAL–need to whittle down the stash!
I’m going to be making mine from bright and colorful fabrics from my stash.
Helena McNeice says
I love the fabrics you chose for your square. I may have to look at ordering these.
Rebecca Bunke says
I will be using bright florals from my stash for this project. I love the fabrics in your block.
Nancy D says
I have been stash shopping for my fabrics. ndfromsd (at) gmail (dot)com
Jill Chapman says
I love your color choice. I will be doing the cottage collection color scheme for my block.
Stephanie Hironimus says
Your block is beautiful! I personally love Moda and will look through my stash & choose Moda fabrics with some navy… I was so happy to see that you are one of the bloggers!
I will hrán some fabrics from my stash. But I love your choice
Linda Wellman says
I will use the same colorway you did with fabrics from my stash of Vintage Adventure and Bonnie and Camille fabrics.
Joy P. says
Love your fabric choices. To keep it scrappy looking I would probably use bright colorful scraps from my scrap bin.
I have so much fabric in my stash, that I’d pull from that and just make sure to coordinate my choices!
Sharon Aurora says
I know it sounds awful but I haven’t even picked out my fabrics yet.
Loriann Fish says
I haven’t decided yet. I probably will go scrappy.
Carol Remmick says
bright flower fabric
Susan Stanton says
I’m using Fig Tree fabrics from several lines.
Eileen Emerson says
I wasn’t sure initially, but after visiting Allie Oops’s blog had a glimmer of thought of using my Kim Diehl scraps for it. Thanks for the chance with this fantastic giveaway.
My plan is to gather scrap fabric that I have and piece together a scheme (probably similar to the Desert Colorway) from what I have. I would love to buy something just for this, but it’s not in the budget. :)
Linda Jenkins says
I love the colors you have used and if I were sewing along I’d choose the same.
Diana Adame says
I’ll be using fabrics favoring the Cottage colorway! Your fabric selection is beautiful!!
Right now I’m planning on Civil War fabrics from my stash.
Karen J says
Civil War fabrics from my stash.
Sandra Bogoniewski says
I REALLY appreciated the email Jacquelyne sent out with all the many different possible colorways! I loved so many of them, and I’m having a hard time choosing! But I do like Robert Kaufman’s Paris Romance as a possibility.
Rhonda Atwell says
I hope to use some fabric from my massive stash.
I haven’t shopped my stash for fabric yet!
I am looking for fabric.
Nancy Page says
Reds, teals, whites, yellows and oranges, and other fabrics that are bright and cheery and look like Spring!! Thank you for this great giveaway!
Lois Jane Kahns says
I purchased the cottage way kit from Jacquelynne. I am not good at picking out colors. Thanks Jacquelynne for making available!
Lori Morton says
I also plan to “shop” from my stash…have lots of happy scraps that will love being made into this project :) Thanks for chance to win the give-a-way too :D
I have been thinking about my fabrics and haven’t yet decided. I love your choice with the vintage!
Your block and fabric lines are gorgeous! I always like these colors, but I don’t ever buy any, and I’m not sure why. I’m using some fat eighth collections I bought for another purpose and after two blocks, I didn’t like what I was doing, so there they sit waiting, and now the wait is over! Thanks!
Oh, my goodness!! Your first block is so gorgeous, and it screams “vintage”! Your blog is so pretty, and I love the two fabric collections that you are using for this project. The colors absolutely appeal to me! My needle and thread art is most always a wool applique project, and I haven’t quite been brave enough to work with fabric. BUT . . . I’m going to definitely look more closely at your vintage collections–they would definitely be my choice if I was going to use fabric for the Happy Little Things project.
I have some Bonnie & Camille fabric in my stash that I will use. I love the embroidery you used on your flower.
Tammy Lyons says
If money was no object I would use any of Tildas fabric ranges. I think they would be gorgeous made up into this Quilt.
Monica Kostak says
I’m using my Laura Ashley bundle which is similar to your Vintage fabric line :) I had to order additional fabric from FQS and i will be working on mine this weekend.
Leslie K. says
I will be using my stash and making this a scrappy version. I am trying to use a small fraction of my stash this year!
Hannah W says
Like so many others I’m raiding my stash. Fig tree fabrics to coordinate with my daughters room…
Sharon R Cofran says
I have a stash of cheerful reproduction fabrics, but am really drawn to your Vintage Keepsakes
Jean Condon says
After seeing vintage adventures and vintage keepsakes in your blocks, how could I use anything else. Just stunning.
I love this block and I would use fabrics in solid pastel colors to make it. Thanks!
I’ll also be using the desert colorway by Jacqueline! Love your choices. Bright and cheery!
Suzanne Childs says
I’m thinking of spring colors for mine!
Ginny F says
I think these blocks would look great with little snippets!
Jessica Hansen says
This is my favorite one so far! It’s great! I have a bundle of fabric I won from Sew Mama Sew a few years ago I’m planning on using for the BOM, fussy cutting the unicorns for the centers off the block. We will see. Maybe now I should go check my yardage…
Joyce Stratton says
Am using fabrics I pulled from my stash. I had some pretty fall fabrics that I mixed with greens and yellows.
Phyllis Carlton says
I think I will use batiks and some Tula pink fabric I have. Such a cute block
Kathy Franklin says
I think I’ll try some scraps in happy colors!
Karen McMahon says
I really like your block. I think I will use bright summery colors for the blocks.
Stacey Trichel says
I am thinking I will use a blue & white color scheme. [email protected]
Liz Kisielewski says
Such a pretty block with great colors.
Cant wait to start ordered the kit should be in very soon… love seeing everyone’s posts
Karen Christensen says
I’ll be stash busting but I love the fabric you used.
joanelle edwards says
. Usually I just use what I have, but this time I’m using the Happy little Things bundle
Susan Spiers says
I have some of Christa Watson’s Abstract Garden! Nice bright, vivid colors!
Carol B. says
I will be using fabric from my stash which my friend says is big enough to open my own quilt shop.
Reba Winsinger says
I’m planning to use lots of scraps with a focus on red, blue and yellow.
Catherine Clizbe says
These patterns go along with my love of gardening and quilting.
Michele T says
I love the fabrics you used for your block, but I’m not sure what I’d use… since I love blues, I would pull a bunch fro. My stash that go well together.
I plan to use a pastel petite floral print.
Vicki Allen says
I will be pulling fabrics from my stash, unless I break down and order something.
Carol Andrews says
I’m not sure what fabrics I will be using for this BOM! I’m going shopping tomorrow for my fabrics. I do know it will be sweet girlie fabrics because I have a new great granddaughter arriving later this year and I’m thinking this will be a perfect quilt for her nursery!
Linda S. says
I will probably use some fabric from my stash. I love the fabric you chose. Very cute!
Shawna Eddy Kissell says
I will probably see what greens I have and find flower colors I like with them. My mom always said that colors in a garden never clash ;-)
Cheryl Strayer says
I’m thinking I would use something with blues and yellow…don’t have a particular fabric line…just love my blue!
Kay Carrigan says
I will be using blues, yellow, and greens from my stash..
Kathy Cummings says
I have some older moda prints that will be perfect!!!
Nancy Seitz says
I will use whatever I find in my stash. My favorite colors are in the winter color range–blues and reds.
I have so much fabric, I think that is what I need to use. Have to go through it to pick colors.
Susan Vickers says
I would probably use a navy blue or black fabric combined with bright rainbow colors.
I love both options of colorways…so hard to decide. But, being practical, trying to find enough combinations in my mixed up jumble of stash to find combination that works!
Pamela Reim says
I’m thinking of using black , white a few intense solids for accent
Rhonda Best says
I would use various blues, greys, and whites for this quilt along. They are my favorites to work with and would look awesome. [email protected]
Judith Martinez says
I would love to use my purple, cream, and blue fabrics for this quilt.
Heather Hedrick says
I plan on making it scraping from my stash. I love both color way options though.
Yay Heather!! You’re the winner!! I’ll be sending you an official email – look for it in just a second. Congratulations!!
Mary Milnarich says
I do like the vintage groups you are using but I will use more pastels
Janet Procter says
I love your fabrics and colour choices. I haven’t decided yet but it will be from my stash!
Michelle J. says
I’d use Riley Blake!
I am using vintage keepsakes. love the embroidery around the flower!
Nicole Keeling says
I’m going to use some of the vintage scraps from my stash. This is so cute!!!
Lu Rae Smith says
I plan on using fabric from my stash in spring color way.
Sandy Willmott says
I have soooo many fabrics and part of what I enjoy is looking through my stash to find just the right fabrics…
I would use fabric from my stash.
Connie Lindstrand says
I am looking at the fabric requirements to see what I can plunder from my stash. So you never know! It’s an adventure.
Pat Ann Simpson says
I will be using bolder colors in my BOM. The fabrics suggested were too pastel for me. Thank you.
I love your color scheme but I would use something from my stash in coral/navy colorway.
I’m using some 30’s fabrics from my stash in bright summery colors.
Dana Russell says
Vintage prints will always be my go-to!!!
Angela Bowling says
I am a scrappy quilter with a stash of fabrics that I started collecting 50 years ago so I would certainly dig into my scrap containers.
I would love to use this BOM to use up some of my scraps, but if I had to choose an actual line, I am really loving Berry Season by Elizabeth Hartman.
Shari K. says
Anything by Bonnie and Camille or Fig Tree Quilt. Always love their colors.
I have some wonderful fat quarters and coordinating fabrics in my stash that would be great for this quilt.
I would some of stash, jut not sure right now.
Nancy Parrish says
I will be using fabrics from my fabric collection. So will be scrappy.
Oh how to make a decision with so many wonderful choices…I think this time some of my bright and cheery stash pieces..we need bright and cheery right now don’t we
June Alton says
I am shopping from my stash for this quilt. I really like the scrappy look but also enjoy seeing other peoples colour selections.
Carol A Betts says
I have some pastel Bella solids that would be perfect for this block
Donna Hope says
Still undecided on my colour choices.
I will be using fabrics from my stash. Looks like a very fun project!!
Carla Toppass says
Well I would have to go shopping for fabric to use for this project LOL. As a beginning quilter I don’t have a “stash” of fabric. I don’t mind saying I wouldn’t hesitate to go shopping though LOL.
Dee Duckworth says
I’m determined to use my stash… I just have to make a dent in it this year!!! I love the cherry-red in the photos so I will gravitate toward that color and “friends”
I am going to use fabric from my stash. Excited to start.
Such bright spring feeling fabrics you have in your block! I think I am going to use some more fall hued colors like rusts and burgundy and olive.
Christine DeLuca says
I am thinking batiks for this one.
Cathy Caldwell says
I think I would use the Desert colorway material. I really like the colors in it.
Stephanie Woodward says
At the moment I plan on doing scrappy., but I also have lots, of aqua and peach. maybe that.
Marlene Capelle says
Civil war era fabrics I think. I have some that are so rich in color.
Becky DuBose says
I would use Civil War reproduction or maybe a Southwestern theme.
Very pretty block. I would either use some of my own dyed fabric or some batiks for this quilt.
Linda Lovely says
I would use Lella Boutique’s new line: Lollipop Garden!
Linda Lovely says
Lella Boutique’s Lollipop Garden
Susan Stanton says
Actually, I love Fig Tree Fabrics!
Sheila Stauffer says
I am using stripes, polka dots and small prints on beige from my stash. Happy fabric.
I would go to my scrap bin for fabric for this block.
I would probably use something I already have and make it ‘scrappy’.
I would get into my stash of Amy Butler. Love her colors.
Shannon Miller says
Jill howarths new wizard of oz line from Riley blake. It would be perfect for this and it’s just now arriving in stores
Julie Christle says
So excited to read everyone’s ideas about fabrics to use for the Happy Little Things block!
Susan N. says
Greens and whites and yellow scraps.
Cindy Stulken says
I have Riley Blake scraps that would be perfect for this cute block!
Wanda T says
I think Home Grown by Nancy Halvorsen would work perfectly in the Happy Little Things quilt along blocks. Thanks for the chance to win.
Carol Remmick says
Light flower fabric
Pat Baker says
I have tons of fabric in my stash – It’s always fun going through my stash picking fabric for a new quilt!
Mine will be different shades of pink from my batch.
I will use red and green or harvest colors for my quilt block.
Blue and yellow my two favorite colors will be used from my bunch.
i”d have to go through my stash. But Bread and Butter from Moda seems like it would work well!
Sweet small floral prints and some low volume!
Your fabrics are beautiful! Your block looks great!
I think this BOM would look wonderful using fabrics by Lori Holt or Kim Diehl. Now, to decide ;-D
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I love your choice of fabric and the embroidery. I would use fabric collections from my stash but keep it vintage looking. I also would make one from my large vintage Christmas fabric stash. Can’t wait to get started,. I love all your blocks, patterns, ideas.
Carol McClain says
I like Riley Blake fabrics, I think I’ll try to find a set of those to use.
Denise V says
I will be using the cottage color scheme.
Kathleen Kingsbury says
I have some cute 30’s children’s print that would look nice. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
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Patty Adams says
I want to incorporate some grays and peach, not sure yet what the rest of the colors will be.
Sharon C. says
I have some Bonnie and Camille fabric that I have been holding onto and would look great for this BOM. Thanks for the giveaway!
Jill S. says
I have fabrics from several Bonnie and Camille lines that would look fabulous in this quilt!
Beverly Peabody says
FIRST TIME botm so I chose desert
robyn MacKay says
I love your fabrics choice! I love the dessert color way that Jacquelynne provided as a kit! That’s the fabric I chose for this quilt! Love it! Thank you [email protected]
I plan on making this quilt, but have not decided on a color way yet. I am planning on embroidering the flowers giving me a break from appliqué. I love to appliqué, but need to do something a little different!
Lisa England says
I would go scrappy! A great way to combine pieces of my favorite fabrics from past projects.
isabell felker says
My plan is to use my stash so I will pull one box of color: most likely purples my favorite color and make my blocks from whats in there :)
Cindy Berry says
I love the floral prints so would use some of those from my stash.
I am thinking of using all white and blue fabrics to match my living room.
Laurie Whitmore says
Will be using similar fabrics I already have from my stash, but did purchase the preprinted center blocks.
Wilma Kinder says
I am using my stash in teal and brown
Pam K says
I am going to my stash for some bright colors!
Sue Vilsack says
I’m just digging in my stash and coming up with what looks good together.
Patricia Dudley says
I am going to use batiks from my stash. Primarily blues, greens, and purples with pops of red, pink, or coral.
Rebekah Newell says
I will be using fabric from my stash but would love to see it in the strawberry jam!
Sandy Curtis says
I will be using fabric from my stash and make it scrappy.
Barbara Johnston says
I have several batiks in my stash that would be great. Can’t wait to give it a try.
I’d either use some Liberty fabric or anything by Amy Sinbaldi to make this block.
Brooke D says
I’m going to see how these blocks look in French General reds & creams.
laverna stohr says
I love quilting
Diane W says
I would use the same as you! A cute little girly quilt.
Jane Dunn says
I can’t wait to get started on the Happy Little Things BOM. This is my first time at trying both embroidery and applique, and so far I’m loving learning them.
Lorraine St.Clair says
So excited for the Happy Little Things blocks. Looking forward to working on it in between my daughter’s quilt and a baby quilt.
Sherri Cassity says
I will be using scraps from my collection after I finish my baby granddaughter’s quilt. Thank you for the
chance to win the olfa packet prize. I want to get my daughter involved with me in quilting.
Kathy Green says
I am using Zen Chic’s fabric line Spotted. I have a bunch left over from a quilt that I made for my daughter.
I like the aqua and red in your block…what fabric did you use? I’m not sure what fabric I’ll use. I liked Julie Cefalu’s blocks too. ljbisme at msn dot com
I will be using fabrics from my stash in shades of purple and green.
Glenda Morrow says
I’m thinking of using a wintery assortment of colors.
Lynn S says
I bought a kit. I’m new at all of this. I thought it would elevate the stress of choosing fabrics.
Kim Watson says
I would use cheerful looking fabrics in my quilt. There is not one specific fabric collection I would use. I have quite a bit of various fabrics in my stash.
Robin teuscher says
I am going to use 30’s fabrics, bright colors. I’m also goin to incorporate my grandmother’s old tablecloths & napkins. I can’t throw away her linens and storage is limited so incorporating them into quilts allows me to keep the memories as well as share with family.
Hi, I would like to use lots of scraps from various lines (in my “collection!: All-weather friend, sunny side up, etc. Lots of happy fabrics!
Judy Walahoski says
Linda Steenhoff says
I purchased an orange and yellow floral on black fabric with two complimentary fabrics and the rest is from my stash.
Carol Davis says
I am using a bundle of miscellaneous fat quarters that are shades of purple for this project. This is in honor of my daughter who passed way two years ago in a car accident.
Amanda Best says
I would use various pinks, purples, blues and greens from my stash. [email protected]
Carmen N. says
I think I may use some 1930’s fabric I have in my stash. It’s such a cute pattern.
Tonya Flores says
I would have to go through my stash….There is so much just waiting to be used!!!