I’m warning you, if you don’t like pretty pictures of beautiful fabric then look away!! This new line of Penny Rose Fabric’s, ‘milk, sugar and flower’ by Elea Lutz is aaah-mazing! The cute little magpies, the adorable bunnies and kitties, the gorgeous flowers, not to mention the most fun colors ever! It really is perfect.I have a couple of projects in mind that I am going to use these fabrics for, and am preeeetty sure I will be cutting into some of them tonight. But before I gallivant off to my sewing room I’ve got good news… I was so excited for this line to finally be released that I decided to get a second bundle to give away to one of you. Yaaay!There are two ways to enter… (and if you do both you will be entered twice!)
1. Comment here and let me know what you would do with your bundle if you won it… Maybe you have a project already in mind? Maybe you would add it to your stash and wait for that perfect project to come along? Maybe you would just sit and gawk at it? Let me know!
2. Follow me on Instagram @bellbridgette and repost my picture of this fabric bundle with the hashtag #thefamilyhearthgiveaway. You can find my picture of this bundle on my Instagram wall.
This giveaway is open to all! (Yes, even internationally!) I will pick the winner this Sunday, February 8th, at 12 noon EST.
155 thoughts on “Milk, Sugar and Flower Fat Quarter Bundle Giveaway!”
Honestly, I would spend several days staring, then make something lovely for my little niece!
so pretty. I would love to make a vintage quilt pattern for one of my six granddaughters. Oh but which one!
I’ve been waiting for the perfect fabric to finally make myself a quilt and I think this is it! Great giveaway!
I have a Princess and the Pea quilt my quilting friend and I are going to make – pattern by Jane Sparrell here in Boise. It would be perfect. Thanks for the chance here.
This is the cutest fabric. I think I would make a lap quilt tho once I had in my hands I might have to just look at it a while and then pick a special project for it. It would make an adorable baby quilt too. Thanks for a chance to win it!
Lovely fabric. I would love to win it and put in my stash for a special project.
I’d add it to my stash for the moment. It’s a keeper, that’s for sure! 💜
I’d add it to my stash for the moment. It’s a keeper, that’s for sure. 💜
What a cute and lovely little bundle. I would love to use these fabrics for a quilt for my girls’ room!
So beautiful! I would add these to a few fabrics that I have to make a very special quilt. Thank you for the giveaway.
I would make a quilow because this fabric needs to be seen everyday. Lovely giveaway, thank you for the chance.
What delightful fabric! I would use it to make a quilt for my dear 6 year old niece. Thanks for sharing the fabric and your beautiful ideas!
Definitely sit and gawk and wait for the perfect project to come along! But it’s be geared toward me two year old girl, I do know that!
There’s a new baby coming to our family and this fabric would be perfect for baby gifts ! Thank you .
I would sew the sweetest little baby quilt for someone very special! These prints are simply adorable. Thanks for the chance. email@example.com
Would love to make a quilt.
I would use it in a quilt for my bed.
I would have to stroke it and set it on it’s own special shelf and buy Amy Sinibaldi’s book so I can figure out the perfect thing to make with it.
I would make a baby quilt. Love the fabrics! Thank you for the chance to win.
I can’t wait for this fabric to be released!! I’m hoping to make a little rag doll with a dress from this line. I have a sweet little cousin who I think would really like the doll. Thanks for offering a giveaway!
Beautiful fabric!!! I would probably make clothes for my little girls.
HI, What a Beautiful Cheery Bundle! I think I’d like to make a new bed quilt for Spring time, after smoothing it several times! Thank You for your Blog+a great Giveaway!
This is the cutest fabric. I think I would have to look at it for a while before I started anything. Although, I think a quilt would be in the works.
This looks like the perfect fabric to use to make my 6 year old granddaughter a quilt for her new bedroom.
Oh this line is so lovely!! I’d love to make a pillow out of those sweet prints 🙂
I’m already gawking at it from the photos you posted!! It is the perfect perfect perfect (did I say it was perfect 🙂 ) fabric line to make my granddaughter a quilt! The colors match her bedroom so well! Thank you so much for the chance to win the FQB!!
I would have to make the cutest, sweetest little quilt with those beautiful fabrics! I might have to spend some quality time petting the fabric first! 🙂
This fabric is so sweet! I have two little grandgirls that would love aprons, hotpads, napkins and storage containers made from this. They play cooking in their little kitchen all the time. Too fun!!! 🙂
Such beautiful fun fabrics. I would just gawk at it for a while and after long searches through quilt magazines and online quilt sites I would finally start a quilt project for myself and when it was complete and I showed it to people I would probably end up giving it to someone. 🙂
Love these! I would make my little girl a dress, tote bag, headbands…..the list goes on and on!
I would spend a couple of days admiring this adorable fabric . . . then I would make a few small quilts for donation. One would be for an elderly lady who I hope would enjoy a few moments of remembering the “good old days” . . . then I would make a couple of baby quilts hoping the babies would enjoy dreams underneath — of the simplicity and kindness of life outside of videos and technology. This is such a generous giveaway . . . thank you for the chance to enter . . . .
A baby quilt.
I entered on Instagram already and if I won I would first pet the fabric then I would cut some up to add to my 30’s quilt I am working on.
A soft cuddly quilt for our new baby girl.
So many ideas! I would make a quilt for my new grand for her toddler years-perhaps with a thick batting so she can use it for napping when she goes to school. With the scraps, well I make hexies and those bibs from the last pist are wonderful!
Hi, I’m Betty and I’m a fabriholic!! LOL! I love fabric, all kinds, colors, textures. I would add this to my stash, BUT, since I’ve actually been using my stash recently, I don’t think it would stay there very long. I’m about to make my first ever quilt for my nephew for his engagement. I had ordered Moda Because of the Brave and can’t wait to get started. I just bought a book “Quilt As you Go”. I’m sure this fabric would look beautiful as a baby quilt (and my niece is expecting her 3rd daughter)…..Thanks for offering this fabric for giveaway!
Love these fat quarters. I think I would initially put them in my stash but they would ultimately end up in a quilt!
Maybe some tea towels…
These look perfect for a patchwork tote bag.
i would make a quilt for my girly girl granddaughter
I have an on-going project of 6″ sampler blocks out of 30s repros. I would love to win this bundle to add some variety to the blocks I make.
I admit I’d spend ages admiring this beautiful bundle! Then I’d make something special for my two daughters: twin quilts or pretty skirts.
I probably would sit and stare at it for a bit. It is just so pretty. Thanks for a great giveaway. I’ve also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for just sewers & quilters at wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)
I’d love this bundle! Such fun fabrics! I’d make a quilt for sure with these~
I am not sure what I would make, but it would be something for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter.
Hummmm, I would want to sit and pet it lovingly, but I’m pretty sure my girls would have lots of ideas of things for me to make for them from it!
a very classic baby girl quilt for a friend whose pregnant!
I feel like I want to hang it up from a little clothesline like your picture above and just admire it! Pretty sure my 5 year old would claim several of the prints for a quilt I’m starting for her! I just adore this collection- thanks for the chance to win it!
I would look at it for a while, then pet it, look at it some more. Maybe find other fabric in my stash that it would go with and see if any ideas jump out at me. Then maybe pet it some more! lol
I would make a quilt for our youngest daughter. I have been waiting for this fabric for months! Fingers crossed.
I have been wanting to make a little girl’s backpack for my niece so she can carry her library books and “babies” around with her. These fabrics would be perfect!