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Sugar Hill by Tanya Whelan may go back a bit, but because she designs with her classic Grand Revival style, her floral prints will never go out of style!

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These prints remind me of beautiful vintage sheets billowing in the wind.

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The lattice geometric and large polka dots give the classic, cottage style a modern twist.

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I find that I can’t help but feel happy whenever I see any of Tanya Whelan’s collections.  From the little blossoms, to the large roses, and even the happy little bluebirds, they just make me smile!

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I’m just not sure what I would do with a collection like this.  Maybe a beautiful spring Easter dress for my neice?  What do you think?

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Sugar HIll by Tanya Whelan

 

If you win this fat quarter bundle of Tanya Whelan fabric, what will you make from it?  Leave a comment below and let us know!

Enter by Tuesday March 18th, 11:59 EST
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The winner of last week’s Avignon Bundle by Emily Taylor is:

Mary on Lake Pulaski says:We were lucky enough to spend a few weeks in Florida and a few days on the beach were warm!

All of your comments were very warming.  We had great weather for several days (see the power of positive thinking!) But Mary, next time you go leave a little space ’cause I’m coming with you!

Congratulations Mary!  Send me a message at christie.fabricshopper [at] gmail [dot] com and let me know where to send your fabric.  Thanks to all who participated!

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53 Responses to Just Giving It Away ~ Sugar Hill by Tanya Whelan

  1. angela pekar says:

    I don’t what I would make. This designer is my fave and the fabric is SO pretty that I might just put it on display! :)

  2. wendy says:

    I’d use it for kitchen stuff – tea towels and hot pads… such beautiful favric I’d want to see it all the time
    wendy´s last blog post ..FAL 2014 – first finish!

  3. Gill says:

    Gorgeous fabrics!
    Summer is coming so I’d make a picnic quilt!

  4. Linda Baker says:

    I immediately thought of new cafe curtains and/or dishtowels to match!!! Love the fresh new colors and of course the roses!!!

  5. Dita says:

    I’d make a hot pad using the fabric! Wait but this is so pretty! Maybe I’ll make a pillow case instead
    Dita´s last blog post ..Happy Pi Day!

  6. jan says:

    First i would pet in for a few days, then when I got up the nerve to actually cut into it I would make a lap quilt. Hopefully enough for two. One to keep and one to giveaway!
    jan´s last blog post ..The Lorax finish!………

  7. Kathy Davis says:

    I would make a spring dress for my 20 month old granddaughter, Nellie.

  8. Joan H. says:

    These beautiful fabrics would make a lovely quilt for my daughter.

  9. Ashley says:

    Goodies for an upcoming baby shower!

  10. Linda Pawlak says:

    I think I would make myself a handbag. Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. Diann Cornell says:

    I’d make some throw pillows to brighten up the place.

  12. Mara says:

    I think this pretty set would look so good as place mats, something to cheer up the table.

  13. Oh! This is my dream fabrics for a quilt! I love those colours and patterns! I hope I win, maybe I will be making my first ever quilt from these? I have been sewing for more than 40 years, but I have never made a quilt. I want to, though….

  14. M says:

    I’d make a drawstring bag! Been wanting to try making one:)

  15. Hayley says:

    I’d make some floor cushions. My dear little love is just learning to sit up and she needs some protection for when she face plants!! It may as we’ll be pretty at the same time

  16. Chris says:

    This would be in my bedroom for sure. I’m thinking pillowcases, dresser runner, tissue box cover, basket liner. Things on that order.

  17. Connie Cain says:

    Maybe a dress for my granddaughter. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

  18. melissa miller says:

    I think they’d be nice made into a springy bunting.

  19. Terry says:

    This pretty, vintage-look fabric would be perfect for a tote for my daughter, who loves collecting vintage items. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

  20. Jamie says:

    Ooh, I feel like a new apron and possible some other kitchen-related goodies are in order. I need some spring dishtowels and potholders!

  21. Gunilla says:

    If I happened to win this lovelt bundle I would make patchwork pillows to have outside on the front porch. Longing for summer!!!

  22. Linda says:

    Hello,I’d make a new Spring Table Runner!
    Thanks for sharing!

  23. Karrie Smith says:

    I would definitely use it in a quilt!