Monday, October 7, 2013

Angela Walters Legacy Fabric Giveaway!

Monday, October 7, 2013
disclosure: this is a sponsored giveaway by Angela Walters

My amazingly talented quilter Angela Walters also designs fabric! How she finds the time to do it all... well maybe one day she will tell me her secret!

Her newest fabric line is called Legacy.

I feel like I've known Angela forever, when in fact I met her three years ago through Tula Pink.
Angela, Tula, & Julie at Spring 2013 Quilt Market 

Angela had a fantastic booth at quilt market that showed off her collection and the inspiration behind it. I personally really enjoyed seeing her sketches and how they developed into fabrics.

Many of her designs are based on quilting motifs that she uses when she quilts.


Angela even did a few quilting demos in her booth! It was very cool to see a master at work.

I just got my hands on some legacy and I'm excited to make a quilt with it. I'm currently thinking either Tiny Dancer or Day Break.

Kristi used a mix of Legacy and Angela's first collection Textures, to make Giggles.

She quilted her giggles quilt with one of Angela's "Dot to Dot" techniques. 

Molly used the Legacy collection to make this awesome oversize floor pillows. 


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What I want to know... is what do you want to make with Legacy??

One lucky reader will win a FQ bundle from Angela's Legacy collection!!

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The Rules


1. Leave ONE comment to enter. Make sure your contact info is in your profile or that you leave it in the comment.

2. In your comment tell us what you will make with the fabric if you win.

Example Comment:
I would use the Legacy fabric to make a Tiny Dancer quilt.

3. Comment entries must be left on this blog, www.jaybirdquilts.com, to be valid. Comments sent via E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social media will not be counted.

4. Simple as that!!

You have till 9PM PST on Wednesday the 9th to enter. 
Giveaway now closed. Winner announced soon.
Winner will be selected by True Random Number Generator.




© Blog post written by Julie Herman
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387 comments:

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Ashley G. said...

I would make the ballerina quilt with legacy!

Mary P said...

Just got my Hex N More ruler, so I'd love to make Science Fair with the fabric!

Kim said...

I would make a quilt and use leftovers for small pouches and accessories.

Brianna said...

We have a couple babies being born in the next few months, so if I could bear to part with it,I would use it for baby quilts.

Unknown said...

What lovely fabric, I love the colors! I would make a lap quilt for my neighbor who is always there for me and my family. Quilts are a great way to send a hug when you can't be there in person. Heatherlautenbach@yahoo.com

Shruti Nath said...

I would try my hand at a HST quilt!! Love the fabrics in the legacy collection :)

Brandy C McCoy said...

I would make some pillows and table toppers, great fabrics ;)

Brandy McCoy brandymccoy79@yahoo.com

Nichol said...

I would love to make an oversized floor pillow like the one above! Or I'm dying try my Hex n More ruler out on a fabulous quilt for my baby!

Melissa said...

I would make a quilt for my guest room - the one in there now makes the room feel very dark.

Laura said...

I'd make a baby quilt for my little one on the way!

Jacqueline said...

I would venture out of my comfort box and do a modern quilt.. usually I do dark, dirty colors. Both/either of my dancing grand daughters would love a quilt from these fabrics.

Joan and Kevin said...

I would make a beautiful quilt with the beautiful fabric!

azuliverde.21 said...

I would make a Day Break quilt for myself :)

Thanks a lot for the chance!

Sara Hall said...

I would make a nice big lap quilt to use for cuddling on the couch :-)

WindyLou said...

Love this line - if I won, I would make a small swoon quilt!

Windylou at gmail dot com

Andrea VanHofwegen said...

I would make a throw sized modern quilt for my daughter in law.

Anne said...

I think this fabric would make a gorgeous version of either Hugs & Kisses or Ballerina. Thanks for the giveaway!
(majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

Brie said...

Log cabin pillows~

DaRedHairedGirly said...

If I won, I'd make a quilt for my sewing/guest room. I love these colors- so fresh and clean!

Crafty Pancakes said...

I'd make a Giggles quilt because I've been itching to bust out my Sidekick ruler! What a great palette. BTW, congrats on your engagement!
craftypancakes at gmail dot com

Tamie said...

I would use Legacy to make a throw quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Those fabrics would look great in my livingroom. I have the hex and more ruler so I would play with that and make a quilt.

Regina said...

Don't think there is enough there for Toes in the Sand -but I think a Hugs and Kisses for me would be gorgeous in this!!!

Gill said...

I'd make a Swoon quilt!

Penny said...

I would use this fabric to make either Science Fair or Seaside.

Teresa Silva said...

I would make a larger size giggles quilt with some legacy. Only because I wouldn't want to give it up if it was baby size. Thanks for the opportunity. Love Angela's fabrics! Especially the white one that looks like she's sketched out all her doodles.

Hilde said...

I would make a quilt for my mom, I still haven't made her any! Thanks for the chance to win

Shanna of Fiber of All Sorts said...

So adore all 3 of you in the photo! And since I just purchased the Hex N More I would make some of the toes in the sand blocks. YUM. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Nikki Lynn Thomas said...

These colors would look great in my daughter's sunny room, so I would make a lap quilt for her bed.

Natalie said...

I would use the Legacy fabric to make a traditional log cabin quilt to live in my family room. I've always wanted to make one but always end up making a more modern variation.

nweaver529 at gmail dot com

Emily Isley said...

I've been wanting to try a science fair quilt. This would be perfect!

felice said...

The fabric is gorgeous and puts me in mind of ocean and trees...I think I would make an ocean waves quilt...

Gotcha Covered Quilting said...

I have no idea what pattern I'd make, but I'd definitely make something wonderful for ME! In all these years, i've never made myself a quilt. If I am lucky enough to win, then that's a sign that it's time to treat myself :).
(carrie.a.hanson@gmail.com)

Robyn said...

I would make science fair and pass the legacy onto my granddaughter.

happygoluckyquilter said...

These colours would be perfect in my bedroom. I'd make a quilt and pillows.

Cathi said...

I would make a quilt of stars using those fabrics. Some pretty Texas stars, I think.

Anita said...

Great fabric! I would love to make Seaside or Tasty with it.

GO STARS! said...

I just got a Sidekick ruler and would love to make a Rock Candy or Tiny Dancer quilt.

Marci said...

I would make a bed runner for one of my granddaughters & every single scrap would go in a scrap quilt! Thanks for your generosity!

57cfb65c-1a0e-11e2-85b6-000bcdcb471e said...

I would use this beautiful fabric to make my Lotus quilt. Pattern is sitting here...just need fabric! LOVE the Hex n More ruler. Love it!

Christine Frost
cmf2357@aol.com

Ellen said...

I would love those fabrics...i love dots!

~Kelie~ said...

I love this line! I would use it to do a makeover in my living room! The colors are just amazing! Soooo, I'm thinking a few pillows and maybe add some solids and blenders in with it for a throw quilt for the back of my couch! Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

Katie Reed said...

I would love to make the Science Fair quilt with these beautiful FQ! The colors are striking.

Jade Prosser said...

I would use the fabric to make a contemporary double wedding ring quilt - it's lovely fabric!

The Gallows Station said...

I would like to make a giggle quilt but work on some of my stitching techniques.

Liberty said...

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

Queenie Believe said...

I have soooo wanted to make Science Fair (twin size) with the Legacy line of fabrics.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Melissa said...

I would make a Science Fair quilt!

Jackie said...

I think I would make a lotus quilt with this!

CathyG said...

I think Science Fair would look cool with these fabrics. Gorgeous!
johncathyg@msn.com

Ella said...

I'd make a quilt, maybe Toes in the Sand.

Maureen said...

I would love to make tiny dancer pattern with this wonderful fabric.

Yolanda said...

Ooo. I would love to make a few pillow covers to brighten up my sister's living room!

helloitsyo(at)gmail(dot)com

Lisa said...

I would like to make "chopsticks" with "coal" Kona solid. I think that would look very nice! I love Angela's new line! It is beautiful! The colors are perfect!

fiftyfinally said...

i would make a quilt after enjoying the fabric

Islandgirl said...

I would use these beautiful fabrics to make a quilt for my soon to be born grandchild! (Due Thanksgiving!)

Potpourri said...

I would love to make Giggles into a lap quilt

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

What beautiful fabrics! I think that would make a love quilt in the 'seaside' pattern.

LeAnne said...

Can't I just hoard it and pet it?

Patricia said...

I would use the Legacy fabrics to make a "Hugs and Kisses" quilt.

Regina Zimmermann said...

Hi, first of all thanks for this post. I would want to make a daybreak quilt.

Sheppard said...

I would make a desden plate quilt!

Maria Wallin said...

I think I would make a bag for myself from some of them, I love this line and how modern they feel! And then just stroke the rest for a while...

QuilterB said...

WOW! What lovely fabrics. YOuaare both such amazing talented women! You rock!

ultraorganized said...

I would probably make a Giggles or Daybreak quilt and if really ambitious I would try a Dresden quilt - thanks, #!}

pkmegs said...

I would use it to make a quilt to brighten up the living room.

Peachie6560 said...

I would like to make a quilt for one of my granddaughters and am thinking of ordering the sidekick ruler to help.

Your work is beautiful.

Francis Paul said...

I would make a churn dash quilt with the fabric and donate it to the childrens charity I always donate my quilts to :-)

Katie said...

I've been looking to make either a labyrinth quilt or a swoon quilt

Debbie said...

I would make lots of pretty hexies and make tote bags. Thanks

Jen Beatty said...

I will use it to make a circle in a cirlce in a circle quilt, sorry no clue of the name. I saw this weekend on a bus shop hop w/one of my local shops. Thanks for the opportunity!

Sarah Peters said...

I love the colors, It would make a beautiful star quilt.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I would make a lap quilt with a star pattern. That is beautiful fabric!!

tstanulis@mac.com

Kari Nitzel said...

I would make a quilt, not sure which pattern, the possibilities are endless.

Lisa Marie said...

I would definitely make a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift. I wouldn't choose the pattern until I had looked at the fabrics a while, to see what they wanted to become.

Karrie D said...

Definitely, Chopsticks!!!! That would really show off the patterns in the fabric

Terry Gore said...

Not sure what pattern I would like to use, but for sure a beautiful quilt would be made out of the Legacy fabric. Thank you for the chance to win!!

Tami
trquilts(at)gmail(dot)com

Laura said...

I think this fabric would look awesome in a Come What May quilt.

loreal said...

I would make a chevron quilt! Love this fabric!

Linda V said...

I would make a lap quilt. Not sure what pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!

M.W. said...

I would make Lotus by guess who.
Shawn

Linsey F said...

I would use the Legacy fabric to make a Traffic or Radio Way quilt! Thanks!

linsey004(at)yahoo(dot)com

Beach Angel said...

I would love to make the Ballerina Quilt from Legacy. The fabric is so beautiful!

Delores said...

Firstly, thank you for having a give-away for the blog only, I don't do the other 'social media' so I appreciate it.

I think I would make a small quilt for my new granddaughter, due to arrive in Feb.

Thanks for the chance.

Jessica said...

I have a niece arriving in January - maybe a special gift for her?
jrfisher14@gmail.com

jackie said...

I just signed up for your free motion quilt class on craftsy. I would add this collelction to your first one to make a top for this class.

Sandy said...

I'd make your Floating Triangles pattern from your Skip the Borders book.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Mary Gregory said...

I think I'd make a quilted bag out of it. It's too gorgeous to not bring with you everywhere.

Thanks for the chance!

Sandy D said...

I just found a pattern called Refresh by Heather Peterson,s Mom called Refresh. I would use the fabrics to make a start on this quilt.

Alex Quilter said...

With this Legacy bundle I'd love to make a baby quilt from triangles!

noga quilts said...

I would use these beautiful fabrics to make a quilt for my son

klee1 said...

I would love to win this beautiful fabric. I would use it to make a quilt for my Mother-in-Law's 90th. birthday.

Kathy
kathylee@gmail.com

Krystal Jakelwicz said...

With the Legacy Bundle I would love to make a Modern Baby Quilt, Chevron or a Hexagon would be lovely!

joycita said...

I love the Legacy fabric. I would use it to make a baby quilt for my next door neighbor's second baby -- we don't know yet if it's a boy or girl and this fabric would work for either. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
jfinch@kingwoodcable.net

kingman quilter said...

Tula Pink's "Shattered Glass" including very cool FMQ.

Wendy said...

I would make my daughter a quilt in memory of her father who passed away this year...

Wendy Madden
wpmk91@aol.com

brittany said...

I would love to make a throw size quilt out of this fabric! Maybe using squares or triangles.

Anne said...

I would use Angela's bundle to try out a new quilt design I'm exploring. Love the work you both do.

. said...

I would make a quilt called basket case by cluckclucksew
Laurenmichels@hotmail.com

Judy @ CQC Library said...

oops--left my comment on the wrong blog...:-)
I would use the Legacy fabric to make a hexie quilt!

Pattie Crum said...

I think Tiny Dancer would be great with this fabric.

kitty said...

With this beautiful Legacy bundle I would make the Yummi or the Chop Sticks quilt. Thanks to you and to Angela for a chance to win!!

Colleen said...

My cousin just had a baby boy and I think I would like to make a quilt with this line.

Julie said...

I would make the Daybreak quilt with this line. Thanks

Linda said...

Hi,I'd love to make a new Quilt with large Star Blocks,maybe something more modern looking!
Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

gmp said...

I would make something simple, so that the fabric would be the focal point. Maybe just a simple snowball. This fabric is beautiful! I love the range of colors. It's just perfect!
Thanks for a chance to win it!
Grace
gmp505@aol.com

Amy aka: ropergirl3 said...

I would really love to make a seaside quilt with this! Thanks

Karen said...

I would make a quilt with the Legacy fabric, maybe even that Giggle quilt -- that really shows off the fabric and looks fun to make.

SewInspired2Day said...

I would love to make the Lotus quilt! ! Amazing fabric as always!

barb said...

i would use the legacy fabric to make a giggles quilt for a girl at church with cancer babscorbitt at gmail dot com

Fiesta said...

Those colors match my furitr perfectly. I will make a coffee table runner and maybe a round candle at

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would use the Legacy fabric to make a Tiny Dancer quilt.

akainik said...

I'd make a Swoon quilt!
yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

Diz - Carmichael Quilter said...

I would love to use my 'Sidekick' Ruler to make a 'Giggles' quilt!

SHALEEN said...

I would make giggles!
basketgrams@hot.rr.com

BFromM said...

I think I would make giant pillows, like the ones that you showed, from Legacy!

Sarah Fitzgerald said...

I will use the Legacy Fabric to make a lap quilt for my mother in law

Rae Reid said...

I would love to make some floor pillows!

contentncm said...

I would like to make a chevron quilt with added dark grey and pale yellow solids.
contentncm at yahoo dot com

Nancy said...

I just purchased the hex and more ruller and would love to use these fabrics! Thanks so much!

Terri Mosier said...

I would make a Triangle quilt if I won :) I've been wanting to start one for quite some time now!

snpquilt said...

I would make something wonderful!

Linda Nelson said...

I would make a table runner!

creativedawn said...

I would make a chevron piece which would in turn be used to make a couple handbags and matching wallets! That fabric is gorgeous!!
hugz
Pam

Michele T said...

This is lovely fabric... I would use the Legacy fabric to make a bed runner and matching pillow covers for the master bedroom!!

OhioLori said...

Oooooh...love this fabric!!! Not sure on Pattern...but would make a nice Throw for a Special Christmas gift!! the colors are perfect for someone special I have in mind...shhhh....lol

Chancy said...

I know this is probably a generic answer, but I would use it to make a quilt...maybe a modern baby quilt. Love those prints.

Andrea Lui said...

I would make a log cabin quilt!

Lou said...

I would use the Legacy fabrics to make Science fair:)

Megan Musselman said...

I would make daybreak or science fair!!

Mary K said...

I love the colors. I would like to make some purses, pouches and a bag would've great.

Adrienne @ Chezzetcook Modern Quilts said...

I want to make a bag, I am afraid to make a bag. This FQ bundle could help me get over my fear

Sally said...

I would use this fabric to make a charity quilt... at the Chicago MQG we are currently making twin size quilts to donate to a place called Teen Living. While we are making a good showing with the number of quilts already pledged, I would love to be able to add another to the total.

Marilyn said...

Ohh, love this fabric, would love to use it tyo make the deaybreak quilt

Cloud CouCou said...

Gorgeous fabric! There are many things on my list as always but I would like to make a super tote to carry all my goodies :)

MsSandy33 said...

I will dive into my skip the boarders book and find the perfect project for the fabric.

diane said...

I think Legacy would make a beautiful Varsity quilt!

lesleyjean said...

I would probably make a bag that I could carry every day and show off the gorgeous fabrics!

Linda said...

HELLO I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT,MAYBE A LOG CABIN THIS TIME! THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

KatheG said...

I now see one of your patterns in this fabric. I have been collecting the fabric for Giggles but after seeing it done in Legacy, there might be a change. Or I may just go with Tiny Dancer. So many decisions. Thanks for the giveaway.

Tammy said...

I really want to make a table topper for my kitchen. And if their is some fabric left hot pads would be nice also

Nancy said...

I can't decide between Yummy, Ballerina or Three in a Box.
Thanks for the giveaway of these gorgeous fabrics.

Rita@ Pinpricked Fingers said...

I love this fabric line! I'd like to make a "Snacktime" quilt with this fabric.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

mean sarah jean said...

i would love to make a quilt for my grandmother. what better way to use legacy, than for the woman who has inspired me to be a better quilter!

jollyanddelilah said...

I've been eyeing this fabric for a while. I'd make a quilt for my parents as the prints are interesting and not overly girly. I'm not quite sure what pattern I'd go with yet.

Leslie Anne said...

I would love to make some floor pillows with this fabric.

texheks said...

I would make a lapquilt using my hex n more ruler, combining this fabric with solids and some other prints.

Kim said...

I would use it to make your Northern Lights quilt!

cozy kitten quilts said...

OHMYGOSH! I love this! I might make the Single Girls Quilt. But whatever I make, this time it's for ME, ME, ME!!

Julliana Lund said...

I'm not sure what pattern I'd use but it would do sure become a quilt, probably for me! Not sure my boys would appreciate it as much as I would.

Sharon said...

I am planning to make a Tula pink sampler quilt, the Legacy fabrics would be perfect with my planned color scheme

Jeannie Gan said...

I would love to make a floor pillow which I have on my to-do-list for a while.
jchiagan at yahoo dot com

Joanne Lendaro said...

I really like the seaside or the giggles quilt, I think the colors would be perfect for either.

Dawn Frisch said...

I just love this fabric!! I would make several things - first a string quilt would be fun to make out of the fabric. Then a purse of course! And last but not least, a couple of pillows for my bedroom!
array-dawn@cox.net

JoAnne said...

Such pretty fabric! I would use it to make a quilt for the local women's shelter. Some very deserving woman would then enjoy hugging a quilt made from Angela's Legacy collection. With my charity quilts, I always like to think that the recipient is getting a needed hug and comfort.

Willa said...

Mostly I make smaller things like tech cozies. This is likely where these goodies would land.

But maybe, just maybe, it is time to tackle a quilt!

Brianna said...

Probably a neutral baby quilt... but then I would have to purchase some yardage for a top.... Some of those fabrics look perfect for some projects I just haven't had time for!

Diane said...

I've been thinking it would make great pillows for my living room. Thanks for the giveaway.

Lucille said...

I'm loving my hex ruler. Lotus is next on my schedule!

nmckenzie@ns.sympatico.ca

Alison von Bibra said...

I'm experimenting with my 60 degrees ruler and wedge ruler at the moment, so I'd make something with strips, then cross cut with the ruler. This fabric is too gorgeous!

LoveSewHard said...

I too, like you - would like to make Tiny Dancer. I have been wanting to use that pattern for some time now! Thanks for the giveaway! - Camille

Laurene S. Farley said...

I would make a Chopsticks quilt with this fabric. I sure hope that I win! Thanks!

MoeWest said...

I have Tiny Dancer quilt on my to-do list, so I think that is what I would make. Thanks for the giveaway.

Brakmack said...

Cool giveaway! I'd use the Legacy fabric to make a "Chopsticks" or "Ballerina" quilt!!

Mary T. Green said...

With the Legacy Fabic collection I would love to start making Tula's 100 blocks - a great way to get started!

Bethany LeCain said...

I just got the side kick ruler! I can't wait to cut up a bunch of fabric! With collection I would make a quilt for myself!

Peaches1003 said...

I would make a quilt for my mum. These are her favourite colours

Fran said...

I would make some pillows for our sofa, these fabrics would look amazing with various HST patterns. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Hildy Schwarz said...

I would like to make a chevron quilt

Marylou said...

I would use it with my new sidekick ruler to make a throw for my mom for Christmas.

Tiffany said...

Legacy looks awesome in Giggles!

Jen and Eric said...

I'd make chopsticks or radio way, I think. Either way it'd be for my dad!

Gabrielle Robles said...

I would make a quilt. Maybe 'White Stars' from your book.

thanks for the great giveaway.

Elaine said...

I would love to make the ballerina quilt for my granddaughter. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity.


echaffee@mac.com

Nita said...

I would make a baby quilt for a very special little someone.

giggles said...

I'd make a giggles quilt for a baby!

Jenn said...

I'd make a quilt! Probably Northern Lights, one of my favs. Thanks for the giveaway!

DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

I just got the Hex N More after borrowing it from a friend. I have ideas for about ten quilts to make with it - these fabrics are beautiful!

lauraluvsloons said...

Beautiful fabric line. I would make a modern lap quilt for a grown daughter.

Kathleen said...

I would make a quilt for our new home..thank you for the giveaway...

Deairdre said...

I would use it for the pattern I just got. What beautiful fabrics!

Joan said...

Lovely fabric! I'd make a swoon quilt. Thank you for the opportunity.

Juli-Anne said...

A giggles quilt in legacy would be perfect!

Suzann Poufcas said...

I would start with new quilted valances for my kitchen, then move on to table topers, then on to the open living room with coordinating pillows and more table topers. These colors work perfect with my planned new painting job. Best of luck to all those who enter. Suz

Jan said...

I would make a Seaside table runner or a Giggles quilt with this beautiful Legacy fabric ... after I just looked at it and played with it for about a week. ;)

Vicki Lou said...

I would LOVE to use that marvelous fabric to make a girlfriend quilt for my quilting BFF! She's the greatest friend EVER.
Vicki

Stacey said...

I would make a quilt that is long overdue for my mom who does so much for my family.

Marlene said...

Love art gallery fabrics! They would make a great "Science Fair" project.

Clarrie said...

What a beautiful collection ... I think I would make pillows for the lounge room .... Jawbreaker & candy dish patterns would look awesome using these fabrics !!!

Miss Nancy said...

Great line of fabric! I would use it to make Seaside or Giggles. Thank you for this great giveaway.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

Francis said...

I would make a beautiful quilt. fmoore11589@comcast.net

Anya said...

I'd make a fun quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

suzanprincess said...

I might do Chopsticks or Toes in the Sand, or even Night Sky; I'd have to fondle the fabrics first to make a choice!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

This is beautiful fabric...I would make a "Take Five" quilt with it; if I could be so lucky to win

Tam Sesto said...

Bags, bags, bags! This gorgeous fabric would make a great bag or two or three :)

Linda Fleming said...

I love these fabrics. I think they would look wonderful in a quilt made from bow-tie blocks.

Whitney M said...

I'd make the ballerina quilt....or daybreak....or maybe I'd just sit and stare at it!

Kelly said...

I love these fabrics! I don't know why you are offering to give some away - I'd have to keep them all for myself! I'd have to try Giggles with this collection...name and fabric fit!

DARIA DESIGNS said...

I love your Tiny Dancer pattern and make it out of the GORGOUS Legacy!

martha said...

I would like to make Daybreak with it!

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