Sweet Nothings

Sweet Nothings is a fabric collection by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake Designs and it makes me smile from ear to ear.  I don’t think there is a print in the bunch that I don’t love.  I am very partial to paisley designs, but this one has to be one of my favorites.  Maybe it’s the colors, or the contrasting, or the sophisticated yet girly appeal.  I don’t know, but I immediately fell in love with this collection.  So, when I found a fat quarter set of the entire collection for an outstandingly good price I could not resist. 

These fat quarters provide more fabric than necessary for one 36″ x 42″ baby/toddler quilt top, but so far only one has been completed. 

I used my favorite print in the collection for the backing.  In my opinion this in one of the best paisley prints out there!

If you would like to be an enabler to my fabric addiction, please stop by our Etsy store.  We gladly welcome any comments, suggestions, or requests, so don’t be shy. 



7 responses to “Sweet Nothings

    • Thank you! And thanks for the feature! I sold this quilt because of the feature on your blog. I truly appreciate your gracious sharing and will continue to follow Sew Happy Geek!

  1. Hi! I came by from Sew Happy Geek and I just have to say that I LOVE that quilt! I think I’m going to try my hand at making a quilt like that. It looks simple, but it is so darling!

    • Thank you so much Lisa! It is pretty simple, and I love the fact that you don’t have to match up corners. I think the fabric is so cute that it does most of the work by itself!

  2. I followed from hawthorne threads to your sight. I am in love with this line and wanted to make a car seat cover or nursing cover but I am not drooling over this quilt that I see you have already sold, darn!! I prefer the paisley on the back rather then the other one but I may just have to get over it.

    • Thanks for the comment, Mary! I have more squares and rectangles cut from the fat quarters for another baby/toddler sized quilt, and I recently picked up some more of the brown paisley print at a local quilt shop. So, if you are still interested I can make up another quilt with the paisley backing. Let me know!

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