Monday, October 1, 2012

The Simple Life :: A Super Cute, Super Sweet, Fat Quarter Shop Giveaway

Hi there! I hope you all have been well. I got some very exciting news on Friday. We had our ultrasound and found out we are having a little girl. I have never found out what I'm having before, and never thought I would, because after going through labor I think it is such a sweet surprise. But we were all there and I just had a very strong urge to know. This is probably our last baby so I thought why not try something different. It was just as exciting as finding out after labor. So now I have another sweet little girl to make dresses, dolls, purses and cute little quilts for. The first thing my son said when we found out was "Dad, we're going fishing!"


In other exciting news, my friend Tasha's new fabric line for Riley Blake, The Simple Life, has shipped and is in shops!!! I know most of you quilty people (especially those who love aqua and red) know who Tasha is and love her illustrations, embroideries and all the little lovelies she makes. I love this fabric line and I can't wait to get mine and make those sweet little girl things I mentioned before.


Fat Quarter Shop has generously offered to giveaway a layer cake of Tasha's new The Simple Life line to one lucky reader. Just leave a comment on this post and I will use RNG to pick a winner next Monday. If you feel like it (because I read every comment) tell me what you would make with this if you win, or your favorite girly name, or just say hey, or all of the above!

Have a great week! I'm hoping to be back Friday with the last part of the hand pieced quilt along, Binding! I finally finished the hand quilting and I can't wait to get it bound, washed, dried and crinkled!

173 comments:

Anita said...

This looks like such a sweet fabric line. I would love to cut into some of it.

Alisa said...

I've been following Tasha's blog for a long time now and the fabric looks so good! I'd love to win it!

Victoria McLean Hall said...

Aaaaah I have loved this fabric for MONTHS, I cant believe it's finally being released! I would use it to make some super cute bunting and cushions for my baby girls room (currently 15 weeks old!) SUPER congrats on your scan news, baby girls are lots of fun to make crafty goodness for. I hope the rest of your pregnancy goes well!

Martina said...

Oh lovely! Would be great for a babyquilt. Thanks so much for the chance!

Angie said...

I adore everything about Tasha and I would love to win this fabric. :) Congratulations on a baby girl :)

Megan said...

Such a sweet fabric bundle! I like the names Mary and Anna for little girls. I hope the rest of your pregnancy goes smoothly!!

Bailey said...

Super cute fabric and I like classic names such as Rosalyn and Alexandria

Katrin said...

I would do another quilt for my niece Hanna. A girl cannot have too many quilts! Thanks!

Sue said...

A girly baby quilt for sure...love the fabric. Thank you for a chance to win!

Gill said...

Congratulations!
Great fabric!
How about Lydia??

Ingrid Barlow said...

This fabric looks wonderful! I would make lots of girly goodness with it! Thanks!

Cindy Sharp said...

Congratulations! God blessed our home with a bunch of boys....three to be exact...and we never got to use the name we had all picked out. She would have been Emily Christianna. I asked my dh just last night what he would name a little girl now, 14 1/2 years after our youngest was born. He is still holding strong for Em, although I am now thinking it would be nice to have an Amelia or Minuet.

Love Interwoven said...

Congratulations!!! I had three girls and have one grandaughter.. I am making your quilt along squares and enjoying every minute. I would use this fabric to make my grand daughter Emmaline a quilt.

Char said...

Congratulations Erin, that's wonderful news! Melinda is my favorite girly name and I think this fabric would make a great quilt for a little girl. We have 2 girls due in November in my family.

Teje Karjalainen said...

Congratulations! So you'll be sewing little girlish things - enjoy! Thank you for sharing those beautiful fabrics - I would make a baby quilt! One of my favourite names is Valentine! x Teje

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

Aww such cute fabric. I' make my baby niece (5 days old) a travelling play mat that doubles as a change mat. I love the name May :)

Valerie said...

I've got two foster daughters - preschooler & a baby, & I would make them both quilts with a layer cake if I won! :)

Deborah said...

Congratulations! We're expecting a granddaughter in Nov. What fun to make her a quilt with this fabric!

doodlebugmom said...

Congratulations! I love your son's comment :) I fell in love with the Simple Life when I first laid eyes in it months ago. Not sure what I would make with the layer cake, probably something for me - so I can keep it forever.

tabbiegirl said...

Congratulations! ***Girl Power***!! This fabric is so cute. I would love to make a quilt with it!

Jo said...

Oh congratulations!! I love this line of fabric and have been eyeing it for a while! So would LOVE to win. If I was to win I would attempt another little quilt maybe even work my way up to a single size by then. I'd love to have a go at making a farmers wife sampler quilt. And with the scraps obviously make another little birdy quilt like yours for the wall in my craft room! As for cute little girly names, I loved Ava or Eva but was overruled by hubby when we had our daughter!

knottygnome said...

i had not seen this line before. how sweet! i would probably use it to make something for my niece.

TJO said...

There are just too many fun things to do with that adorable fabric!! Congrats on a baby girl! I love the name Emma. :)

Jessica Christensen said...

I have some baby girl blankies to make. This is so sweet and perfect! I always wanted twin girls, and I wanted to name them Regan Emma and Avery Grace. I like last names as first names. Congratulations!

Candice said...

Either a quilt or a little girl patchwork dress :) LOVE!

Jordyn said...

Congrats! I would use the fabric in my star quilt. And my favorite strong girl name is Eleanor, call her Ellie.

Leslie said...

what a sweet fabric line! I would make a cute bunting for my laundry room! saying hey too! thanks for the chance!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Erin,
the fabric is calling for a long overdue quilt for my daughter Annelina....I picked the name when I was 14 and looked through very old family pictures with my grandma and that name just stuck with me from all the names in our family.
Thanks for having this giveaway.
Christin Friedrich

Catskill Quilter said...

How wonderful to be expecting a daughter! This fabric is so very cute that I would make as many small projects -- mug rugs, potholders - as possible so that I could give them as gifts.

Jennie {Clover and Violet} said...

Adorable! My mom and I were just chatting about how darling this fabric is. I think I would make it into a patchwork dress for my baby girl's first birthday in November. Her name is Norah and if I had another girl soon I would pick Emmaline or Louisa, as long as I could get my husband to go along with it!

Erin Marie said...

Yay for girls! I'm pretty sure our next baby (due in May) is a girl as well. I didn't start sewing until my oldest (only girl so far) was almost a year, so I'm excited to be able to make all those girly things that the two boys since haven't allowed for. No idea what yet, though... But if the baby is a girl, her name will probably be Rebecca. (Though my 4-yr-old daughter wants to name her Cookie.)

Alexandra Abarca said...

Congratulations for the mom and the all the family, a nice name will be Maya or Xochilt. And I would make some the summer (star in december here).

Thanks for the giveaway.

Ale
Costa Rica

Ree said...

Lovely fabric! Favorite girl name…Ruby.

ellen gets crafty said...

Congrats on the excitement of expecting a sweet baby girl! I have to choose my daughter's names - Paige and Jill. Love the fabric, hope I'm the lucky winner.

Carla said...

Hi Erin! Congrats on that girlie : ) oh my oh my, something for my two grand girls, Scarlet and Jane would be delightful out of that fabric. Thank you so much!

trish said...

Please don't enter me in this adorable give a way. I just received two charm packs that I purchased through the fat quarter shop (and I love love love them!), but I had to drop in and say how happy I am for you! Congratulations on the wonderful news that your sweet little one is a girl!! I am so happy for you!! Have a great week. Trish xo

Shannon said...

Congratulations! :) What a blessing that baby girl is to you all!

I'd probably use the fabric to make a fundraiser quilt for my non-profit I'm trying to start up in memory of my son Ethan. I'd then take the quilt and auction it off on Facebook. Very cute fabric! Thanks again!

Nana said...

Congratulations on the baby girl news! So exciting. I have 4 grown daughters. Wow, sometimes a handful but so much joy.
I would love to make a quilt that can be used by each of my grand kids when they snuggle on Nana's lap to read a story. I would keep it in the "grand kids" room ready to be used by the next grandchild when they come to visit.
I love so many names but the one I'm most fond of right now is Maggie after my grandma Madge.
Congratulations again and thanks for the giveaway!

charlotte said...

Congratulations! Girls are special. I don't know what I'd make, but I have been dying to see this fabric in person. It looks so cute. Best girl's name? Elizabeth.

Christine said...

Congratulations. The fabric is beautiful. I like Ruby, Molly and Talitha.

Cozy Biscuit said...

I have been in anticipation of this fabric release for a while now. Have the fat quarter shop pic of this on my desktop! After years and years of boys - whom are so adored, we have some baby girls arriving. I want to make baby girl quilts!! The best days are new baby days, and blessings to you on your new baby excitement!

Anita said...

Awe, how awesome! I would love to win and don't have a clue as to what I'd make.

As to names...I like Abigail and Lydia. =) I'm sure what ever you chose will be perfect!

gccmom said...

I LOVE this fabric.....not totally sure what I would make. I think some journal covers, both large and small.

Patchwork and Play said...

Hi! I'll be boring and say I would make a baby quilt! CoCo, Lola, Ruby or Esther! Thanks for the giveaway!

Missy Shay said...

I would make a quilt with it! I like the names Daisy, Violet and Priscilla.
Thank you!

Gabriella said...

I'd like to make a 2 quilts for my daughters .... the name I love ....Emma

Heather A said...

A girly baby quilt is what I would make. I know of 2 new babies being born this spring for whom I will want to have quilts ready and since I don't know if they'll be boys or girls, I think it best to have a few baby quilts in the vault since I don't want them ALL to be "gender-neutral".

Congrats on your exciting news! Girl name of choice ... Hannah (both strong and feminine and what we named our own beloved daughter).

Sewn With Grace said...

I just adore this line and would make a quilt for sure! Such wonderful prints and colors. Congratulations on your baby girl!

paulapatchwork said...

oh! I've been waiting fr this line for months now! I'd make a lovely mini quilt for my friend's new baby! Congrats on yr baby girl!

lisawalsh@frontiernet.net said...

I would have to make a baby girl quilt! I love the little bunting banners.

Bending Pins said...

Congratulations on your impending baby girl! My girlfriend is also expecting a baby girl and would love to make a quilt for her with this line! <3

Tabatha @ BendingPins.com

Joan said...

I would make a quilt for my baby granddaughter, Fiona. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

Caryn said...

I love those fabrics. I nerd to make a new weighted blanket for my middle daughter and this layer cake would be perfect. Two of my favorite girls names are Sydney an Laurel. Sadly, neither of them were quite right for my five girls. Congratulations!

Sallie said...

Congratulations! I would make a quilt. I like the name Anna Grace.

Annelies said...

Congrats...and let the girly sewing begin. Our first Granddaugther is named Clare. I can honestly say when people ask me her name and I tell them, their next response is "I LOVE that name". ME TOO!!!

B Greene said...

Love this fabric line - adorable! I would pair this layer cake with some solids and make a baby quilt for my husband's co-worker. My favorite girle name - I may be prejudiced, but I love Rebecca!

Jacque. said...

hey Erin!!!! Congrats..a girl...gotta love those tea parties and fancy dresses and anklets with lace. I love that fabric...course, I have been itching to make another wonky charm quilt like I did a year ago...your pattern.

Becca said...

Congrats on your little girl! I like Elaine or Laney or Lane. But it wouldn't have worked with our last name. I like Vera too and also Lottie as a nickname of Charlotte.

That fabric is great! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

barbara woods said...

congrats! i love that fabric thanks for the giveaway

Lexilooo said...

A girl for you! Hooray!

I just love this fabric, it's so darling. I would make a quilt for a little girl with it, but maybe just a big patchwork, or with sashing, because it's too wonderful to cut up!

One of my favorite girl's names is Annabelle!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Heather D. said...

I'd use it for a quilt of course! Girls names, well back in 2000 when I was pregnant with our first, it would have been Shiloh if it was a girl and that was BEFORE Brad & Angelina named their girl that. So we were ahead of our time! ha Alas we had boys so no Shiloh in our family. :)

Jennifer said...

congratulations!!! how exciting! thanks for sharing your happy day with us!

Alisa said...

Rebecca and Caroline are my favorite girly names....which is why my two daughters have them:) I LOVE Tasha's new line and could not wait for it to arrive! Yippee!

hueisei said...

I'd love to win this lovely fabrics :) Thanks for the chance.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

This fabric is so adorable. And what a cute baby quilt it would make. Especially for a little girl. Congratulations. And thanks for the giveaway.

yenni said...

love this fabric...^^ and i'd love to win this too...thank you...^^

Kim said...

I would love to make some cute girly bags and accessories.

Linda R. said...

I would love to win some of this beautiful fabric to make an adorable baby quilt!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Parabéns!!!meninas,adoro,tenho três.Gosto de nomes diferentes,Catiúscia,Catiene e Catierine,são os nomes das minhas.Se pudesse teria: Fadriene,Valentina ou Maria,planejei mas não as tive,pena...Este tecido é maravilhoso de bonito,faria uma colcha para minha neta Maria Rita.

Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

vintage grey said...

Congratulations on your sweet baby girl!! So excited for you!! I love sweet Tasha's fabric!! I would make a sweet quilt, pillow, or even a mini wall quilt would be cute. Have a wonderful week! xo Heather

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Congratulations....what great news!!! My favorite girl's name is Diana...which happens to be my sweet daughter's name :o)

Julianne said...

Congrats! What adorable fabrics!

Jennie P. said...

I would make it into a quilt of course!! Congrats on your little girl news. My favorite girl name is Emmaline. Thanks so much for the chance!

Heidi Staples said...

So happy that you're getting another little girl to love, Erin! I'd love to make this fabric into a quilt or some pillows for my girls! :)

CathyK said...

I am bonkers over this line!!!! I would make a lap quilt for my daughter with this darling line of fabric! Thank you for the chance!

Rhonda D. said...

Congrats on your impending girl. My neice just had twin girls, they were named Gracie Jo and Abigail Rose.
I would use this fabric to make something for the girls. Thanks for the chance to win.

wigglypup2@yahoo.com

Galatina said...

Congratulations! Thanks for such a lovely giveaway. I'm in a cushion mood at the moment - plus some baby booties for some friends.

Pia said...

With 3 daughters and 2 nieces it shouldn't be too difficult to use these lovely fabrics. My favorite girly name is Merle.

Wendy said...

Tasha's fabric is just gorgeous! The fabric would be perfect for a baby's quilt.

Penny said...

Congratulations! That fabric is gorgeous, it would make a lovely quilt for my grandaughter Olivia Audrey Rose who was 3 on Sunday. I'm really excited because my daughter has another baby due any day now and we don't know yet what it is so may be I would have to make two little girl quilts.

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Congratulations to you from me, too! What wonderful news. I must be honest and say I would not be able to cut into such a lovely layer cake immediately. I would need to fondle it for a while until the perfect project made itself known to me.
There are so many lovely girl names out there, it will be hard to choose just one. I am partial to the traditional names like Emma, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Mary.

Fran said...

Congratulations! Such lovely news & so nice to find out beforehand when you haven't with your previous pregnancies. My favourite girl's name is Sophie (my daughter's name) but I also really like Polly & Lucia. Thanks for the chance to win.

Linda said...

How wonderful to know you are having a baby girl. I have lots of Favourite names! Isabelle, Amelie, Christina but my Favourite is Annalise as I have a beautiful little granddaughter with this name. Fabric looks super and as ai always making baby quilts there is no problem with using this Giveaway. Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

Helen said...

Congratulations on your news! When naming our daughter it was a toss-up between Emily and Elina. I also love Charlotte.

Dawn said...

How lucky our are to be able to find out the gender of our baby! That must be sooo exciting. Sadly, when I had my boys there was no technology to give us that info.
Thanks for a chance at the giveaway.

Michala said...

I absolutely adore this fabric! Congratulations on your news. Now you've just got to do the tricky bit and choose a name!

Gina said...

How fun...another girl!! My poor boys are neglected in the sewing department as i find sewing for the girls more fun but sewing for a baby is always fun. My favorite girl name is Grace even though it is a popular name. I love this fabric and had always hoped she would be picked up by a fabric company since I found her embroidery patterns and Spoonflower fabric about 4 years ago. I think I would like to make some hexies and zip pouches with her fabric; I am a simple girl who loves a simple life! Hope you are feeling well!!

Sew Create It - Jane said...

What pretty fabric. I'd probably make something for my youngest...she looks a little like the girl on the fabric :o)

Aimee said...

I really think this is a cute pattern!! I would love an apron made out of this!! Not a bib type one, but just a small waist one :) Thank you for the chance!!

Tatkis said...

Wow, those fabrics are so cute! Thank you for the giveaway!
They would be perfect for bags and pouches!

Hugs,
Tatyana

Siobhán said...

Congratulations!! I didn't find out with my oldest, but when I was having twins I figured it was better to find out. We didn't tell anybody the names until after they were born to keep with an element of surprise. We tend to go for Irish Gaelic names in our family, but were I to not go that route, I love names like Violet (yes, big Downton Abbey fan...), Vivienne, Madeline, etc. Nothing too trendy though I suppose all of those are popular.

Thanks for the giveaway!

hennies.pennies said...

Well,I'm expecting my 4th grandchild in January, but the little one was quite shy and wouldn't give up its secret....boy or girl. It will be a surprise. If it's a girl, they've chosen the name Addison... love that!! The boy names are still being considered. Be especially blessed, Kathy

Christi said...

I have been working on a little girly cloth book for my granddaughter for Christmas and this would be a great border for some of the pages! Thank you...

Cornbread and Beans Quilting said...

Congrats on your baby girl on the way! I tried to get my niece to name her new baby girl Mabel. I think it is such a cute retro name. She wanted an old fashioned name, but no one like it but me! LOL She went with Estelle.
I'm loving this sweet fabric! I would make some mini-quilts with it and some pin cushions, maybe a pillow or two.

Katy said...

I love this fabric! I want to make a quilt for my 2 1/2 year old neice who will soon be going into her big girl bed. Thanks for the chance.

Katy Cameron said...

What a cute line, it would be fab for fussy cutting, and love the bunting!

Audrey said...

This is so cute!! I hope it can be mine!!

ELNM said...

Congratulations on your girl - they are very fun to sew for! Names are hard to choose, since they are so personal, but I've heard the name Lily a few times lately, and I think it's pretty. Best of luck to you and your family!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

Britt-Inger said...

This fabric line is so sweet. I would like to make a girlish quilt.

Kristie Long said...

I would love to win these fabrics. I think I would put them in a little lap quilt. My favorite girl's names...Apphia, Achaia, Abigail and Abiah....the names of my precious daughters.
Thanks!

kitkabbit said...

Oh. I love aqua and red! This is an adorable line!! The little girl with a kerchief is just SO cute!

brockkr said...

I would make a wall hanging for my little girl's room!
My fav. little girl's name is Alexandra (Alex).

Paty Z said...

Congratulations!!! The fabric is beautiful and think it would great for a little girl. I have a daughter called Maria. I also have two sons. If I had another girl her name would be Sofía

Francis Paul said...

lovely fabric! I would make a dreamblanket for a little girl :-)

Anonymous said...

Yay!! A girl! I would make a triangle quilt with this fabric line. I'm a hand quilter as well!
Ann M
ammattingly@windstream.net

Lynn said...

super adorable fabric. i like frankie and rowan for a girl (although not girlie, hmmm). thanks!

Tracy said...

Oh, blessings to you and your baby girl! Just love your son's comment! My new favorite girls name is Adley, my new granddaughter. This is such cute fabric to make girl things! You will have such fun!

Allison said...

I'd love to make a baby girl quilt...one of my favorite names is Claire

Robin said...

Congratulations! We have a new 11 day old granddaughter whose name is Riley. Would love to make something from this for her and her sister. Thanks for the giveaway! cokelush at gmail

Tami said...

A girl!!! Congrats! I have this line saved in my favorites and am saving up my pennies. Love it.

Michelle Hudak said...

I'd make a quilt for my first grandchild due in just a few days. My son and daughter-in-law are naming her Dorothy (Dotty). I love that name but my all-time favorite girls name would be Mina.

Thanks for the chance.
shel704 at aol dot com

Kat said...

Hey :-)
My favorite girl in the whole wide world is Lilli, my daughter, and this fabric would be perfect in the quilt she has asked me to make her.

Jen said...

This fabric line is adorable!

Shay said...

This fabric is adorable! My favorite girl name is Leah. Unfortunately my husband new someone named Leah (and of course he didn't like her), so it won't be used in my house. We decided on Samantha for my daughter (she's 16 months) and baby #3 is a girl...we are still thinking of names. Good luck with yours. Babies are so fun!

Shay
shcall13@yahoo.com

punkypurls said...

Congratulations on the baby girl. I love the names, Aubrey, Penelope, Avery and of course my daughters name Cierra. Girls are so much fun to sew for. If I won I would definitely make something for my daughter. I have been eyeballing that fabric for a while now. Might have to break down and buy a lot of it. Can't wait to see your finished quilt.

aangto said...

What a great giveaway!

Laurie said...

Oh man - I didn't find out the gender of my two and it was so fun. I was convinced my second was a boy and I am still shocked she's a girl. Luckily my husband made me commit to a girly name before we went to the hospital - it's so hard to make those decisions when you are recovering from birth! I debated between Charlotte and Hannah - we went with the first one!

Castle Swanson said...

I have been trying to make quilts for each of the babies born at our church. I think there are 5 or 6 due within the next few months, so I'm sure I could find a use for this fabric in the upcoming hours of sewing.

Jen said...

How cute! We are expecting a girl at the end of the month, so I would make a quilt for her! Congrats on your girl! For the name, I think we've settled on Madelyn, but we also like Natalie and Emery, so who knows!

Tyler Foss said...

Congratulations! We have three girls and it is so much fun to sew for them. I would love to have some of this fabric, it is so adorable!

Jennifer said...

Hmm....I think I would make a lap quilt with it! It is so lovely! :)

debbie said...

congratulations on the daughter you are carrying. This is such an exciting time for you. I would love to win some of this fabric it is so cute. My favorite girl name right now is Laeleigh Jade it is pronounced Lay lee. It is the name of my newest grandaughter. We have 4 grandsons and 2 grandaughters now. thanks for the chance to win.
debbie

kelli said...

Congrats on the girl! My oldest and youngest are girls with two boys inbetween! I think God knew that I would need extra help when my oldest moves out and we have been so blessed with our lastest little chickie. So of course I would snuggle quilt or sprocket pillows with that lovely bunch of fabrics :) Piper makes for a great little girl name... Subtle yet spunky... like most little girls:)

kelli dot sanders at comcast dot net

legato1958 said...

My favorite name is Alexandra.
Crossing my fingers for the giveaway!

susie
legato1958@aol.com

Anda W said...

I would love to make a beautiful picnic tablecloth with this adorable material! I lead a simple life as best that I can! awolk at rogers dot com

becky said...

I think I'd make a little something for my grand daughter.For a girl name I like Katherine kinda after katherine Hepburn plus I could call her Katherine,katie or kat.Obviously I had a son.Congrats and thank-you for the give away chance.Becky
derry04@yahoo.com

barbara woods said...

hi!! thanks for the giveaway

jane said...

This fabric is so cute. I'd probably make a little quilt. It would also be fun to add blocks of this fabric to the bottom of some plain curtains to coordinate with the quilt. Yardage of these prints would make absolutely adorable dresses. Thanks for the chance to win.

jbsews said...

How exciting. It is so much fun sewing for wee ones. Take care! jb

Irene said...

I would do a doll quilt or an Easter dress. I love all the cute litlle pictures that Tasha draws, I've been waiting for a long time to get my hands on this collection and I can wait for her future collection featuring cute little red riiding ood girls. If I had a girl I would name her amanda or Olivia, I love both!

Missy said...

Aqua and red are great color combos. I think these fabrics would make a cute quilt for a friend who is expecting a girl in January. Thanks for the giveaway.
Missy

Beulah said...

I would add this to a memory quilt I am working on! One of my favorite memories from childhood is fishing with my Dad and Grandpa....worms guts and all! :)

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Cindy said...

Congratulations!! So much fun to make sweet little girl things! I love Tasha's new line and would definitely have to make a baby girl quilt! I just found out my niece is pregnant with a baby girl so this would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!:)

Cathie in UT said...

I wasn't sure about the aqua and red combo but I really have grown to love it! Congrats on the baby girl to come and if I were lucky enough to win I would probably pet it for a while and then make a girly quilt hoping that my DD's next one will be a girl in the future!
Thanks for the chance to win

Jennie said...

Congratulations on another girl! And this fabric is so perfect for a sweet baby girl - I want some to make a toddler quilt for my almost 1 year old. As for girly names, well, I'm old-fashioned. I love Lucy (and I love I Love Lucy) and Elizabeth.

Anonymous said...

Great fabric! Wonderful news...girls are such a sweet blessing!

Montseta said...

Congrats!!! A girl must be some much fun for a crafter (making things for a girl seems easier, so many options)!
What a terrific giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

Congrats! I would love to win the fabric. My favorite name is Isabel but only because that is my liitle girls name:)
Carrie

Anonymous said...

What about the name Agnese? I promise that this name will make her the cutest and sweetest of the girls... in fact it's my daughter's name and if I win this fabrics (oh! please! ...they're so beautiful!!...) I would make something very sweet for her. Red is her favorite color, by the way...
I love your blog!
Kiara
chmiotto@yahoo.it
www.kiara.muciu.it

Anonymous said...

Many Congrats I love the named Millie for a little girl. My sister in law is expecting a little girl so if i was lucky enough to win would make my new niece a quilt : )

Emma x

Cari said...

I think I would let my 16 year old use it in something. She has been recently bitten by the quilting and handwork bug, which I think is great

Teah said...

I would use it for a quilt, but I 'm not sure which one yet. Maybe the Farmer's wife as you and others have been such an inspiration. Two cute girl's names are Shalana or Delaney. Thank you

Ginger said...

Congratulations!!! How exciting :)

The fabric is adorable. Red and aqua is one of my favorite color combos!

Patty D from NC said...

love the fabric, would make a quilt for a niece. Two favorite girl names are Megan and Kate. Congrats to yOU!

Laura Beech said...

Love the colors and the sweet little girls!! I would submit Emma as my favorite name.

Elena said...

So great! I would make something super cute and girly for me to enjoy.

Suzanne said...

I need to make a Christmas Quilt for my youngest and her favorite colors are red white and blue. As for favorite names, I love the classics and have always loved the name Sarah.

Cindy said...

I have 9 granddaughters so I don't think I would have a difficult time using this fabric. I love it!
How about Liza, love that name!

Meig Heyburn said...

I love this fabric line! So sweet. My god-daughter could use a cute new quilt for her bed so I'd probably make her one with this. Thanks for the great giveaway!

kt said...

Congratulations! My favorite girl name is what we named our daughter--Rebecca. I think this would make a great quilt for her. Thanks for the chance to win!

cradke said...

Congrats! I'm excited for my ultrasound in 3 weeks. I'm hoping for a girl too and my top names are Ruby and Alice. If I won this fabric it would for sure become a sweet baby girl quilt.

Jamie Marie said...

Congrats! My favorite girl names is Emma and Riley. And I love Tasha's fabric!!! So cute. I think the fabric would make a great girly quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I have a new granddaughter! And I would make her a quilt from this fabric line. It is sooo cute!
paweis at yahoo dot com

Stephanie said...

I would totally make a quilt for my little girl! She'd been waiting so patiently while I sew for everyone else. Poor youngest baby! Congrats on your girl... that is really exciting!

Annabanana said...

Congrats on your next little girl...they are so much more fun to dress ! I honestly don't know what I'd make with this layer cake...maybe a wall quilt or table runner ? Good luck picking out a name ! :)

lushbub said...

I've got a 5 month old baby girl, Georgia Belle & I would make her a quilt from this fabric!! It's just gorgeous! My other daughters name is Montana Rose!! Congrats on the baby. We've done both the surprise & finding out!! Both fun!!

TamaraP. said...

Love that fabric! I have a 7 year old sweetie pie and would make her a quilt out of the layer cake!

hafza said...

Congratulations! I would make a quilt for my daughter with the lovely fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

Lorri said...

I would make a quilt for my little grandaughter

Maria de la Luz said...

I would make four bags for my daughters and nices. I love this collections, its lovely and the girl is beatifull.

marina said...

what a beautiful range, would have to go to making something for my 'nana glory box'. Congratulations. I have three boys but always had a set of girls names just in case. Heidi and Claire were my favourites.

Jusmom1 said...

I absolutely LOVE her fabric. thanks for the opportunity to win!

SewLindaAnn said...

Just woke up and haven't finished my coffee yet, so an idea can't form yet:) I am familiar with Tasha's work in blog land and am a fan. Congrats on the baby girl!

Kylie said...

Congrats on your sweet baby girl, Erin! Lovely news!
I adore Tasha's new fabrics. Just so sweet. I would use some to add into my hexagon quilt WIP and some to make pretty patchwork things for all the little girls I know :)

Leslie said...

My favourite girls' name is Elianna. Girls are so much fun...congratulations.

walklet said...

Congrats! I love the name Tasha and this new line of fabric.

Desa Brown said...

my first time on your site and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!! i would make a quilt for my 6 year old granddaughter that is ALL sugar & spice! AND will go to my quilt shop and look for some of this fabric tomorrow. How dainty!

Salamanda's Scrappy Adventures said...

Congratulations and what a super sweet bundle

openarmsopenheart said...

Ohh, this is beautiful, I've just started quilting and am spending a lot of time drooling over fabrics!

Michelle Taylor said...

Congratulations! Tasha Noel's newest line is so sweet. And like you, I'm anticipating the opportunity to make something wonderful for my little girls with some of her gorgeous fabrics. After having my son as an only child for 10 years and then 2 girls in 2 years, they really are something special. Tea parties and lots of cuddly toys. They are so much fun to sew for. I hope your pregnancy goes smoothly for you. I'll keep watching your blog.

Amy Friend said...

I missed this post till now. What exciting news! Perhaps our little girls will share names? Any more thoughts on that?

meredith said...

These are so cute! I love the flag banners :) I would split them up, the pinks for my niece & the blues for my to be nephew! Congrats on an upcoming baby girl! Girl names are hard b/c there are so many wonderful ones, I've always loved Willow, good luck!

Alice B. said...

I sure would love to win this fabric. A baby quilt would be my choice to make. I would give it to my daughter to put in her Hope Chest. She loves the name MaryAnna.

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