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Goldilocks Fabric Tour


Goldilocks Fabric Tour

Jill Howarth has designed a darling fabric line 
based around the beloved storybook of 
Goldilocks and the three bears. 
Her eye for detail and color choices
 make this line so sweet.


Jill designs for Riley Blake Designs and 
you can find her whole collection 
of adorable prints here...


Fabric always inspires my designs and I couldn't 
help myself...I had to make my grand daughters 
another cute mini quilt for 
their doll bed...they like to play with when they visit.


These are 3" finished mini houses. 
I like to think Goldilocks would have played 
with the three bears in each of these cute houses:)


Notice the cute mushrooms, flowers, 
bears and Goldilocks, of course.


The little girls are going to spend hours 
of fun remaking this bed and using 
this cute mini Goldilocks 
House quilt to cover their dolls.
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I was able to fussy cut some of the 
cute motifs so they showed in the mini houses. 
You could play I-spy and tell stories 
about all the cute details in these fabrics.
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Be sure to stop by and see all the 
other makers and their fun projects.
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Happy Sewing!!!

Jina xox

Comments

  1. this is so darling Jina! I love what you did with the fabric...so fun to see! I hope your granddaughters like it! thank you!

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