Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Let's Get Quilting - Ric Rac Paddywack, a Kim Diehl Flannel line



Sweet flannel designs in gender neutral colors - all designed by everyone's favorite designer, Kim Diehl. These baby styles are wonderful in tandem with her book written with Pat Wys on super cute baby projects called  "Baby Bliss: Adorable Gifts, Quilts, and Wearables for Wee Ones."


Here is the Ric Rac Paddywack collection that will be in your pre-cut set of strips and 10" squares. 



This is a two week giveaway period so get in on this contest for the Ric Rac Paddywack Flannel Pre-cut Set.


68 comments:

Lisa Marie said...

I would like to use this for baby quilts!

allthingzsewn said...

One of my favorite things to make is baby quilts and baby toys. This book and fabric is a must have for me. As far as halloween I'm sorta at a loss right now.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I would use this for baby quilts, not for Halloween.

allthingzsewn said...

I googled for this book and can not find it, is it out yet?

Rosa said...

I´d love to make a baby quilt with these sweet fabrics.

Linda said...

Hello,love to make a baby quilt with these sweet fabrics! Thanks for sharing! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

DebrafromMD said...

I would make a baby quilt for a future grandchild - fingers crossed.

scottylover said...

I would use this for a baby quilt, not for anything Halloween related! :) We just found out that my hubby's niece is expecting so this would be great for a quilt for her.

Sandy A

Sewgirl said...

This collection just calls to be made into a sweet baby quilt, and it seems there is always a new baby just around the corner!

Joan said...

I would make a cute baby quilt and some bibs. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

Quilting Tangent said...

I would make a quilt. This is not Halloween fabric.

Deb G. in VA said...

I would use it for a baby quilt.

Renea said...

We have just found out we are expecting twin grandsons. I would love to make some cute little baby things with this fabric. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Jackie Norwood said...

I have the book and will be making the quilt!

lindawwww said...

I would definitely use this collection for a baby quilt.

lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

mona phelps said...

Bibs would be fun to make.

mona phelps said...

Bibs would be fun to make.

Michele T said...

I would love to make a super soft and cuddly baby quilt... these fabrics would be perfect!!

Janie said...

Such a sweet collection. I would make patchwork bibs and sleep sacks. Thank you.

Michele T said...

I would love to make a super soft and cuddly baby quilt... these fabrics would be perfect!!

Ruby Davis said...

Absolutely love this fabric so bright and cheerful

Vicki H said...

This would make a great snuggly baby quilt.

Carolyn Cornelius said...

I would combine with cotton quilting fabrics to make an applique baby quilt. I love all things Kim Diehl. :)

Jo Anne Hawks said...

I don't really make Halloween items, but I could surely make some adorable childrens' quilts with this fabric.

Lori said...

oh my this is such a wonderful line. perfect for babies. I have a great niece due in June, this would be perfect for

OhioLori said...

Toooo cute for anything but Baby Quilts... I don't make, or decorate, for Halloween tho either. Can't imagine Halloween theme with this sweetness.

Thank you for chance to win Give-a-way :)

Karen McMahon said...

I have been a grandma for 2 &1/2 months so l am all about all things baby! I just love all the fabrics. Thank you for the chance to win.

Linda Fleming said...

I see some baby costumes - Baby Super Girl or Baby Super Man!

Kathy E. said...

I'm thinking this collection wouldn't be the best shades for Halloween projects, but if I had to, I'd make myself a costume to look like a baby doll.

Angie&Gary Short said...

I have been eyeballing this flannel for a while. I like it a lot!!

VickiT said...

I would make a quilt for my granddaughter.

genofwa said...

I would love to make one of kim's ric rac paddywack baby heart quilts or Ric Rac Paddywack Birds and Balloons quilt. So I guess I could wear it on Halloween as a old baby in a blanket. lol

DebMac said...

This fabric line would make a beautiful baby quilt.

Linda Williamson said...

Such a cute collection. I'd make some burp cloths, bibs and a small baby quilt

VA said...

This would make a wonderful baby quilt--and what a great name for the collection!

Victoria Steel said...

This would work for anything fun for kids - so perhaps trick-or-treat bags?

anna brown said...

Omgoodness I know just the baby quilt pattern to use this on to cute..happyness04431@yahoo.com

teachpany said...

The question was about Halloween, and I wouldn't use this for decor. I would love something like this for a baby quilt, though.

Denise Losczyk said...

Baby quilts!

joanne roberts said...

Lol. All I can think of is summer. What a beautiful collection. Lucky person who wins

GranChris said...

Wonderful fabric, I see baby quilts. Halloween not really but maybe a baby will be due around then.

Stitchin At Home said...

I have a new granddaughter and would use the fabric for a quilt for her.

Vicki in MN said...

I don't see a Halloween project with this cute fabric-I'd make baby quilts.

Susan L. said...

These would make a really sweet baby quilt. I'm not really seeing a Halloween project. I suppose you might be able to work them into some sort of costume.

Sherry said...

I don't see Halloween in this at all. But I could see a baby ensemble made out of it easily --- quilt, crib bumpers, burp cloths, hooded blanket for after bath.

Kathy said...

a cute baby quilt

Laura said...

Love the darling fabric for both bibs (so handy!) and quilts (so soft and snuggly). I don't really think of sewing for hallowe'en other than costumes and I've never tried flannel before.

Susi said...

This fabric is just too stinking cute! I would love to make a baby quilt. Halloween? Sure - go ahead.

Karen S said...

Baby Flannel Halloween? Sure! Crazy baby witch booties, pumpkin bibs, burp cloths. Love these colors.

cjmont said...

maybe a patchwork ghost with a reusable gown and cap?

MoeWest said...

Halloween? I would make a baby quilt. I suppose it could have a pumpkin applique!

Sherri said...

Thrilled for Kim's new line. This flannel should be cuddled. Must be made into a stuffed elephant.

Misty Smith said...

I would make a baby quilt with them.

delaineelliott said...

For a Halloween costume, this fabric would make a cute bunny costume. Thanks!

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Janarama said...

This fabric collection would make an adorable clown costume for Halloween.

Joyful Quilter said...

Love the soft colors! I'd make ME a warm cozy cheerful quilt.

Judy Zoll said...

I love the idea of making a small quilt that could be used to stay warm during trick or treating.

Cathy Calloway said...

Baby quilts, not Halloween?

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I would use it to make baby quilts.

Danette Stankovich said...

I assuming the Halloween projects was for the last giveaway. LOL. Anyway, baby quilts are always cute and appreciated by the recipient. If only I had more time....

Debra Anderson said...

I would make bags - a variety of sizes, some with closures.

Angie Ligon said...

This will make some very sweet baby projects

Allison CB said...

Lovely colors - this would make a cute baby quilt!

Kathy Gorman said...

I would make a baby quilt with these cute fabrics!! :)

RK said...

A flannel baby quilt! what a wonderful idea!

cannewa said...

I would make a quilt for my Granddaughter, she loves soft quilts!

Mom C said...

I love to make self binding blankets from flannel and this line is adorably cute. Thanks.

Margaret said...

While making a Halloween item would not be my 1st choice for this fabric, I can see that it would make a darling costume for a precious little baby. For some reason, I have an image of a cute little bug outfit, worn by a sweet infant. I like it!