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Spelling Bee Book by Lori Holt

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

~ Milk, Sugar & Flower Giveaway ~

I am SO excited to giveaway this gorgeous fat quarter bundle of Milk, Sugar & Flower by Elea Lutz courtesy of our lovely friends at Fat Quarter Shop!!!


This new fabric line is all the rage on Instagram right now (check out #milksugarandflower) and for good reason. The colors and prints are incredibly sweet. They just make you happy looking at them. And they won't give you cavities. Bonus!

I simply adore this fabric and I know so many of you do too! I love seeing what others are making with it. Every project is so pretty!

For a chance to win this FQ bundle just leave a comment! What would make with this stack of sweetness? or would you hoard it for a while?! That's okay too!!! I'll announce a winner next week.

Happy Sewing!
xo Erin

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Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

I would definitely have to make a quilt! Thanks for the fun. :-)

Julianne said...

I think I would hoard it, but then again I do have a new Grandaughter on the way!

woodbetony said...

With spring so close I would have to create a little matching something for my daughter and her favorite doll. Maybe pinafores!

Lynn said...

I would make a bag , maybe use it in a weekender bag.it is so girly

kana said...

I would like to make a sweet quilt or maybe a sewing tote! I love this fabric!

B.G. said...

Quilt for my daughter's bed ��

MissEnota aka Kristin S. said...

A summer quilt, I think!

carolg said...

This is so sweet! I'd really have to hang onto it for something special. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kim said...

Hoard it, until I needed it for ababy girl quilt.

Karen said...

Would make a beautiful baby shower gift for first time mom. ... is what i would make. Great give away. Mrscummings2u at Gmail dot com

Jennifer said...

Quilt for sure. Super cute!

Melissa Lavin said...

I would make a quilt with the swoon pattern!

Morgajam said...

I would have to make a quilt with it...maybe a bow tie one...for my daughter...maybe...if she's lucky, she'll get it :)

Melissa Lavin said...

Melissaklavin@gmail.com

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Definitely hoard for awhile :)

Cherilyn said...

I would love to win! I would use up every scrap of it in a quilt, bag and maybe a sweet little rag doll! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Anita said...

I would stash it for a little while. I'm taking a class through my local guild, so I've got a new project starting soon. Thank you for the chance a beautiful stack of fabric.

Ginny said...

So pretty! I think I would hoard it for awhile but I think it would end up in a star quilt or maybe the APQ QAL

Chrissy said...

My goodness, I would just enjoy it in it's fresh, uncut state for a while..I'd decide to cut it up into something cute eventually.

Char said...

I would make a very very feminine log cabin quilt. It's something I always imagine myself wrapped in but I haven't gotten around to making it yet.

bruinbr said...

Awesome giveaway!! I would probably hoard it for a while, but this just screams to be made into something for my daughter! Thanks so much! :)

John Fleeman said...

I would either make a baby quilt or a cute spring bag.

Aimee said...

Pretty. I think I'd use this to make Easter baskets. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Michele T said...

I would make a quilt with this pretty fabric collection!!!

Nanaofck said...

I would make the Cute Cups quilt from the book Quilty Fun.

Cristi Baxter Clothier said...

I would make some lovely hexie projects! Thank you for the chance to win

Tracy said...

Quilt! Then I would use every bit that was left for little projects. :). Love this line!

Karen Caves said...

Oh....these are amazing and being called for some epp work!! Thanks for the chance!!

Heather Andrus said...

Cute bag! After I dared to cut into it!!

Heather Andrus said...

Cute bag! After I dared to cut into it!!

Jonna said...

I am afraid that I would have to pet and admire it for a while before I decided what to make with it. But with fabric this adorable, no matter what I use it for, it can't help but turn out cute!

Leanne said...

Oh that's so pretty, I would make a quilt just for me,

tara said...

What would I make? Oh my, the possibilities are endless. Some sort of lovely quilt for a daughter I think

Betty Back said...

I would hoard it for awhile but it would definetly end up in a quilt. It is so pretty.

Jenny said...

I would make a Granny Square Quilt or a Hexie quilt with that bundle of awesomeness!

Eliza said...

A pretty quilt, something for little girls or dolls, a fun purse... so hard to decide!

alice bertaina said...

I would put it on the shelf above my computer for awhile and just gaze and gaze until I find just the right quilt to make !

Jaia said...

I'd certainly hoard it for a while, but then it would need to be made into a set of patchwork cushions for my couches. It's so pretty!

Nettie said...

Oh, if I were the lucky winner of this sweet bundle, I would probably just stroke it for quite a while. I then would put it in a clear plastic project bag and search for the cutest baby quilt pattern that would showcase these adorable prints!
Thanks!
nettiecrain@live.com

Barb said...

I'd make a little doll quilt gift for a friend who has a birthday coming up
what a sweet fabric line!!
thanks for the chance to win

beth s said...

I'd make a quilt for ME! Love this fabric. ;)

Fred's Driver said...

These prints remind me of my grandmother, so I would use it to make a quilt with a traditional pattern...maybe a bow tie or fan.

Andrea York said...

Lovely retro prints! I'd make some aprons, placemats and table runners for sure. Maybe a picnic quilt? Fabric reminds me of my Mom's tablecloths from years ago.

Anonymous said...

It would be so much fun to make children's quilts for our guilds community service project. And they would be so appreciated. Thank you for this chance. therinks@bluemarble.net

Mary Kathryn - IH&B said...

What a sweet giveaway! I would make something adorably cute, I'm not sure what but the fabric automatically makes for cute!

Elaine said...

I would make a sweet baby quilt for my new granddaughter!
satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

I think it would have to be made into something retro, with a modern flair. I like the idea of maybe a jacob's ladder quilt.

Lisa Lott said...

How about a couple mini quilts! That way I could keep one as I LOVE this line! It's scrumptious.... Great giveaway!

Kelly said...

This is SO pretty, I'd love to start a Farmer's Wife quilt with it! Thanks for the chance to win!

Dianne W said...

I would eventually use it but I would have to hoard it first - put it somewhere I could admire every day, stroke it, snuggle it, maybe even take it to bed with me - it's just so unbelievably gorgeous!

Paula said...

I think I would just stare at it and pet it for a while before cutting into it. So many different projects would be great for this it would take me a while to choose one. Thanks to you and FQS for the giveaway!

bountiful quilter said...

I have some embroidered blocks that I have been hoarding for a while that would be so pretty with these fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

Kathleen Cothran said...

I love this collection. I would take some time to find just the right project to make with this yummy selection. Thank you for this awesome chance to have this bundle of joy.

maudie said...

I think I would have to make quilt for myself. Tee hee! Jillfroelich@yahoo.com

DebraKay Neiman said...

I would make a wall quilt for my granddaughters. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Gretchen said...

I think I would have to hoard it for awhile, it is Soo sweet, would need to stare at it awhile until the right project came along.
Thanks for a chance:)

Martha Cook said...

I would love to win that lovely cheerful bundle! Thank you for the offer.

Shanna Jones said...

I so want to make a baby quilt with this sweetness for my 21st (14th girl) grandchild.... love these so much.

Anne said...

So many possibilities! Certainly I woudl play with it, then make a quilt from the Vintage Vibe book. Then grannie squares with the scraps! Just beautiful!

Lesley said...

I tHunk it might need to be tiny patchwork

Mrs Quinn said...

Cute patchwork pillows. Thanks for the chance!

Linda Beavers said...

I'm collecting for a Dresden Plate...these would be wonderful!

Cherise Towrr said...

I've been wanting this fabric! I would definitely jhave to make a baby quilt! Thanks for the great giveaway! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

Rachel Booth said...

Definitely a baby quilt! So sweet!,
Mrsrachelsbooth at gmail dot com

Caro said...

What a sweet collection! I'd hoard it for awhile the. Give in and make a baby quilt.

Melanie said...

I would have to hoard this fabric and wait for divine inspiration!

Kathy E. said...

Hmmmm....what would I do? Good question! I do think I'd hoard it for a while til I found the perfect quilt pattern to make a baby quilt. I'm so anxious for grandchildren and this would be so awesome!

Rachel said...

Toddler quilts for sure! Maybe with matching pillows!

Dew Drop Teddy Bears said...

So cute! I would probably make something fun using hexies (as I am hooked on them at the moment!) and probably a few cute little pillows as well!

Dew Drop Teddy Bears said...

So cute! I would probably make something fun using hexies (as I am hooked on them at the moment!) and probably a few cute little pillows as well!

Joan said...

I'd make a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win this pretty bundle.

llavmc said...

I can see some great little hexies made out of this fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

tpott said...

A baby quilt would eventually be made but, only after it has been hoarded and petted for the proper amount of time. ;-> Toni Anne

Donna said...

I would definitely make a quilt with this lovely fabric!

Trisch said...

I would make a pretty spring quilt, not sure of the pattern, something fun. Hopefully there would be scraps left to add to a cute baby dress!!! Thanks.

PK Sews said...

I love your darling basket quilt with the prairie points! And thanks for the tips on how to make them. Looking at this just makes me happy. I would definitely use this lovely fabric in a quilt for my granddaughter. Thanks for your inspiring blog too. The birdie quilts are delightful!

Crickets Corner said...

I would want to hoard it for awhile but know that it's perfect for a Spring lap quilt so it would be used very quickly.

jinsnapp said...

Sew adorable! I'd have to make a quilt.

Nisa-mom said...

I fallen in love with triangle quilt lately, I might make another triangle quilt with this bundle off course .. play simple since the fabrics is already too cute :)) Thank you for the chance Erin

Geni Pickens said...

Love this line, it is so cute. Think I'd either make some mini's or use for hexies. genipickens at gmail dot com

diane said...

I have 5 friends/relatives expecting babies this year. One of them is bound to be a girl, so I would make a lovely baby quilt and hoard the rest.

Anita said...

I would love to make some cute little baskets like you made! Thanks so much for the giveaway:)

Anita said...

I would love to make some cute little baskets like you made! Thanks so much for the giveaway:)

Buncobuddy said...

I think I would hoard it until the perfect project comes along!

Melanie said...

I would make a granny square quilt!

Elizabeth said...

I just love the mini you made in the photograph.

Lorrie said...

I would hoard it for awhile, taking it out every once in awhile to stroke and refold, then pat before leaving it for a bit. Then I'd make an awesome project! I have no idea what that would be!

java diva said...

I would make a ruffle apron, matching set for my daughter and me.

Wasie said...

Thanks for doing this! Love this fabric!

nancy b. said...

Although I'd probably change my mind half a dozen times, whatever I use it for will be beautifully spring-like! Thanks for the chance to have some!

Michelle Jenkins said...

I would love to make my baby girl a quilt out of that bundle of sweetness!

Liz said...

I have 90,000 ideas running through my brain on how I would use these lovely fabrics. Love your IG/blog.

Ali said...

I'd hoard it and parcel it out over a number of projects so it was everywhere! Thank you for the giveaway!

hiyacinth said...

Maybe a block with curves Something sweet yet funky!

Gunilla said...

I would like to make a traditional log cabin quilt, it's on my bucket list! Lovely colors....!

Cecelia said...

Oh I would make a quilt! I really adore this fabric very much! It' is such sweet happy fabric! I love it bunches!

Mirna said...

With this lovely fabric I would love to make a bunting for my three daughters' bedroom and decorate a pink teepee.

vintage grey said...

Thanks for a chance to win a little more of this sweetness! I would make a mini quilt and pillow to match.;) Love your sweet quilt!! xo Heather

Anita said...

I would make a baby quilt with the adorable fabric!

kristelleke@gmail.com said...

What a gorgeous bundle! Perfect for a quilt for one of my girls, and a pillow for the other one. They are 5 and 2 years old, they would love it. Fingers crossed!

Martina said...

I would use it for a quilt or some pillows. Surely it will sit first a little bit with me until the right project comes. Lol!

Gina said...

My three year old moved to a big girl bed over a year ago and I have not made a quilt for her bed yet. I think this line would be perfect for a quilt for her! I love this line and what an awesome giveaway!!!!

Jill E said...

After looking at it and stroking it for a while, I would make a quilt!

Jill E said...

After looking at it and stroking it for a while, I would make a quilt!

→lisa said...

So sweet. I'd probably make a quilt for my little niece, and maybe some doll dresses too.

morgaine said...

What beautyful oldfashioned fabrics! Would do a quilt in a row from bee in my bonnet, love it since I've seen it but haven't matching fabrics. Would love to win them!
sunny greetings
morgaine

ellis&higgs said...

Oh I know so many things I could use this adorable fabric for... Just recently I bought Amy Sinibaldis sweet book and I'd love to make the house just using Milk Sugar & Flower.
Thanks for the chance!
Love,
Nadra

Dawn said...

Well my creative outlet is making quilts mostly for family and friends. It's time to make another for my youngest granddaughter so I suppose that is what I would use this bundle of FQ's for.

Jantine Urban said...

Not sure yet, but most possibly some fun quilt... maybe use it for my hexagons too

Marti Morgan said...

I know 2 little girls that just had a baby sister join their family. I can see something real cute - or should I say 3 little things!
Marti Morgan lnmm@outlook.com

Hildy said...

I think I would make a big quilt like Swoon with it! But I love your mini, too:-)

Linda said...

Well I might hoard it for a while so I could have time to mull over the choices of quilts I might choose to make.I wouldn't want to rush into cutting such lovely fabrics without a lot of thought.

Sue Gribble said...

Such beautiful colours and prints. I would probably hoard it for a while waiting for the perfect project. Thanks for the giveaway.
suegribble at gmail dot com

Terry said...

I'd start by making some fun storage buckets with these adorable fabrics and perhaps a few zip bags as gifts!! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

Pearly Queen said...

Those fabrics would make adorable doll clothes...
Pennyx

My heart is here said...

I would ma ke a pillow cover :)
mmyheartishere@gmail.com

Rose Johnston said...

I have a new great niece and these would be perfect for her first quilt. Gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the chance :)

Wendy Booth-Boyd said...

Just running out of people to make things for. Wouldn't this be perfect for a Project Linus quilt? Thanks for the chance to win.
Wendy
WBooth-Boyd@hotmail.com

Mae Long said...

I would possibly (hoard) put the fabric to one side for the moment and find the right baby quilt pattern to make.
Thanks for the giveaway.
fabricstasher24@gmail.com

Shar said...

I love this fabric! It is so girly! I would have to make my Granddaughter a quilt!

Jayne said...

What beautiful fabric. I would make a beautiful quilt at my new quilt class.

Jayne said...

What beautiful fabric. I would make a beautiful quilt at my new quilt class.

Baa. xxx said...

Hmmm....I think sitting it on the shelf and just staring at it and stroking it for a while would be good while I think what to make with it. It's so yummy.

Anonymous said...

I would have to share with my 12-year old granddaughter who loves to quilt and sew. Just lovely!Diane K at dlmskumm@msn.com

Amy DeCesare said...

I would love to use this in a baby quilt for a friend's first granddaughter. It's got the look of those 30's quilts that everyone loves. Little scraps would be so sweet for pincushions, too!

Chelsea Barrett said...

Ooh how I would love to win this gorgeous collection of fabrics. I'd love to make my sister a baby quilt since she is newly pregnant. ☺️

Patti said...

I would love to make a baby quilt, for a little girl, with that fabric! So sweet!

Swedish Scrapper said...

I just adore your watercolor banner-- cheers me every time I see it! I would be hard pressed not to hoard a bit of this lovely fabric, but this year I am planning a quilt to honor my grandmothers, and I think these would work too well to save!!

Gill said...

I'd make a picnic quilt ready for the warmer weather!

Debbie said...

Awww it is so pretty. I would eventually use it for a quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

delaineelliott said...

I just love this fabric line! I would hoard it for awhile and take it out every once in a while to pet it. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Filomena Crochet said...

Esses tecidos são maravilhosos...a primavera que se aproxima....

Pauline said...

Hmmm I'd do a bit of both, a good friend is having a baby soon so wow what an adorable baby quilt, with a little left for a quilt for a big baby like me! I's a gorgeous range.

Debbie said...

I would make a doll bed quilt for my grand daughter

mac said...

Gorgeous fabric deserving of being admired and petted before being made into a quilt.

Will Cook for Shoes said...

Adorable!!! I would probably make some patchwork little girls dresses. This fabric is perfect!

<3

Debbie R said...

I would love to make a quilt with those beautiful fabrics. Love them!

Kathy Franklin said...

I have a 3 month old granddaughter that would get a new girly quilt - she's using her 2 older brothers blankets now!

Allison C said...

I would love to make my grandmother a quilt with this

Michelle said...

I would love to make a spring quilt with these yummy colors! Thanks for the chance.

Ruby Rose said...

So pretty, I would have to do a quilt for my granddaughter.

Anonymous said...

I would probably hoard it for a while...it's just too cute to cut up! edandchristina (at) yahoo dot com

Clothed in Scarlet said...

Oh my goodness! I fell in love with this line of fabric when you posted your mini last week. I mean, I took my tablet to quilt group Sat and showed some of the ladies the fabric lol! What would I make? Not sure as I fall into that category of saving/hoarding fabric I like for just the right project lol. But love it I would. So yes please enter me in your give away.  Thanks Sarah

Sigi G said...

I think I would love to make 'For the Frill of it' pattern from Sew Emma with this beautiful Fabric. It is so pretty!

azuliverde said...

Thanks a lot for the chance to participate of this!

I'm already thinking on what to do with these beautiful fabrics.

Cheers.

Janice said...

I love the vintage look of these patterns, especially the little birds! I might combine it with some vintage hankies and embroidered pieces into a sweet quilt.

Sara said...

I have to actually make something out of this cuteness?! ;) kidding.....maybe gauk at it for a bit though. I would really like to make a wall hanging for my daughters room and then maybe a skirt for her. After that who knows! Whatever I can sneak bits and pieces of it into:)

Julie said...

Honestly, I'd hoard it for awhile. It is so precious!

Sonja Mclane said...

This is adorable and would look great in a quil!!!!! sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

Finnie said...

I love these sweet fabrics. I would have to make a special quilt for a special granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win!

JudyLovesQuilts said...

lets crazy quilt them all (big pieces/small pieces) together into one large piece of fabric and then use it to upholster a child's chair. That would be the coolest looking chair ever!

Pieces of Cotton said...

I would probably hoard for a little while. It takes me a while to decide what the perfect project is for a group of fabrics.

brockkr said...

I would love to make something sweet for my little girl.

Joan and Kevin said...

I would make an adorable quilt for my granddaughter!
Thanks!

Kimberly Little said...

Anything with Milk Sugar and Flower in it would be "delicious" Cant wait for my chance!

Martha Tracey said...

This line would be perfect for Lori Holt's Farmgirl patterns.

Gilda said...

What gorgeous prints! I'd probably hoard it for a while so I could just look at it before making something.

charlotte said...

I love Prairie Points! I would hoard it for a bit. Waiting to see if there is a girl grandbaby in my future.

Beverly said...

This is such an adorable collection. My babysitter that I had for my children is expecting her own baby and I would love to make a baby quilt out of this!

Carms said...

Oh my goodness, I fell in love the moment I saw this on your blog, I'm in love with it, not sure what I would make right now, but I know I would place it in a spot in my sewing room where I could look and touch it until my creative spark hits me....such a lovely prize, please enter me and I'll keep fingers crossed😉
Thank you Foe the chance to win!!

Becky S. said...

Pretty fabric! I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

Barbara said...

What a precious baby blanket this would make !

Anonymous said...

What adorable prints. Perfect for some spring time mug rugs or a patchwork jumper for my granddaughter. cbuchanan@townofbannerelk.org

debbie said...

I would hoard it until the perfect project came along.

Mary Burnette said...

this would have to be a new quilt for my beautiful grand daughter! thank you Mary
mburnette912@bellsouth.net

Anonymous said...

I would have to make a quilt...or some great zippered pouches.

Margie

margiedicroce(at)rogers(dot)com

EJ said...

I would use it to make a baby quilt - first Grandchild due later this year!

Taryn V. said...

I'd probably hoard it for a little while, but I think it would make a real sweet baby quilt!

Teresa @ Aurea's Kitchen said...

I would hoard for a while and then a quilt for my newborn girl and then some dresses for her as well.

Thanks

Bonnie said...

I would use this on projects for my little girl!

Susan Shipe said...

Love the vintage look of this fabric!!!

Greta Honeycutt said...

I would work these into a quilt. Thanks for a chance to win!

Linda Herzog said...

What a gorgeous bundle, Thank you for aa chance to win it.

gina said...

I have an in home childcare and one of my mommies is having a baby. I would make her a the prettiest quilt with that fabrac

Laurie Matthews said...

I love this fabric too! Reminds me of Lecien Flower Sugar.

Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Erin! Wow, these are Super cute! I would absolutely make a baby quilt for a just born baby girl. These prints and colours are so perfect for a sweet quilt! Thank you Erin and FQS for sharing! x Teje
nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

Donna Coulter said...

I would have to hoard these until the perfect project presented itself. They are such sweet fabrics. I might have to buy a bit of yardage to go with them.

Jessica Graner said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! I would only hold off cutting into this lovely pile till the Farmgirl Vintage book shows up in the mail...

barb said...

I would have to admire it for awhile before I made baby and dolly quilts.

Michelle said...

I would drool over it for awhile then probably make a bag with it!

Erin Ellis said...

I'm in the middle of reorganizing my studio, and these fabrics would make perfect quilted baskets and little boxes for my supplies. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
Erin
ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

Annelies said...

A Desden Plate quilt would be my choice. Vintage and sweet are my two words for describing this adorable new line that I SEW hope to win!!!!!

Christine S said...

I'd make a quilt for my youngest grand daughter. She's sweet just like this fabric!

Three Baggy P's said...

Such pretty fabric! Thank you for the chance to win it!

Lisa Blyth said...

Wow, I love this fabric. I would definitely hoard it for a while, then make myself a wonderful, patchy quilt to curl up in. Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful bundle.

Anonymous said...

I would savor them for awhile to make sure I would use them for the right project! So lovely.
Sue McQuade
susan.mcquade11@yahoo.com

Libby said...

I love this fabric - I would for sure hoard this bundle for a while. So dainty and beautiful.

Ellen Seagren said...

I usually quilt with darker colors but I am so ready for spring. I think I would make a small quilt to put on the dining room table to cheer up the dark days. thanks!

ellen

jenstaubly said...

Love it! Def would make a cafe curtain for my laundry room!

Rebecca said...

15 sets of Birthday presents for my quilting buds once a year birthday party

Cecilia said...

I would have to look at it for a while before I decided on just the right project. Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful fabric bundle!

Dawn said...

I would hoard for awhile, but in the end would probably make a quilt. Have a great day!
dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

Paulette said...

This is just to sweet! I would make my lil poodle a dress or two!!!

Joyce Carter said...

I would use this gorgeous bundle to make a quilt. Thank you for the giveaway.

Lori V said...

I would have to hold it in my hands and wait for it to speak to me...thank you!

Quilting Tangent said...

I would incorporate the fabric into quilts, when their color and pattern were just right for the project. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Wei Tay said...

Thank you for hosting the giveaway, the fabrics will make a very cute baby quilt.

Anonymous said...

I love 30s repro fabrics...I could see this as a darling baby quilt.

mom2three said...

I absolutely adore this fabric line. I would make a quilt for our spare room with this, it's just so happy!

mcv1691 said...

I would hoard it until the right project came up.

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