Good Vibes Only Blog Tour Recap + Giveaway

Well that was a whirlwind of creativity and beauty! Recap day is always a little bittersweet. It means the end of something fun but it also means I get to go through and relive all the amazing projects that we shared over the last few weeks.


Good Vibes Only has officially shipped out to the first round of stores. In fact, our bolts arrived today! We will get our bundles cut up and the pre-orders shipped off this week! Now, let’s get to the pretty quilts, bags and projects.



Natalie made these super fun and quick quilt-as-you-go coasters and placemats! They would make the perfect addition to any summer table. Give them as a hostess gift or make them to brighten up your own dining table.



I can’t get enough of this mini quilt featuring the phrase “Live Life in Colour” Jo made! It is rainbow-tastic in all the right ways and fits in perfectly on her mini quilt wall. I think I need one for my sewing studio!


Elisabeth Hardy of ELISABEW QUILTS

How fun are these fussy-cut Zippy Pouches Elisabeth made?! She fussy-cut a few words from the word prints and paired them with bright contrasting colors. She is going to gift these to some Bold, Fancy and Tough women in her life - how cool is that?



Diamonds, hand-quilting and color order has me all goo goo! This table runner made by Elise is absolutely stunning! She hand-stitched the diamonds and hand-quilted the entire runner. Plus, she made a matching zip pouch!



This Gossamer Wings pillow Sylvia made is full of rainbow goodness! This foundation paper-pieced dragonfly pattern is an absolute perfect pairing for Good Vibes Only's colorful prints. This gorgeous pillow was displayed in my Quilt Market booth too!



This jaw-dropping quilt was designed and made by my friend Kaitlyn and I absolutely adore everything about it! It has all my favorite elements - geometry, color gradation and stripes! She is releasing this pattern soon, so stay tuned!


Nicole Young of LILLYELLA

It is officially potluck season! Show up in style like Nicole will be doing with these Wrap and Go Cozies she made. She combined strip-pieced rainbows and the black & white word print to make these stunning carriers!


Nicole Daksiewicz of MODERN HANDCRAFT

Nicole made up her newest pattern, Flower Shop, in Good Vibes Only and I absolutely love it! The bright colors of the line make perfect flowers and the low volumes are a perfect backdrop for them to pop off of! 



Sarah's Prickly Path quilt is a complete show stopper! She used the low volumes in the line as the backgrounds, the blacks as the arches and the colors are the pricks! This pattern is from her book, Adventures in Paper Piecing and Design. 


Janet Nesbitt of ONE S1STER DESIGNS

Janet has been a long-time family friend and I have always admired her patterns and technique! She made this beautiful version of her Sew Crazy Stars from her book, Crazy Favorite Things. Can we just take a second to admire that pieced sashing?!!



This beautiful Jelly Roll Rug made by Sherry is too pretty to step on! She was sweet enough to allow me to display this beauty in my Quilt Market booth. This colorful rug would add a little pizazz and joy to any room!


Emily Dennis of QUILTY LOVE

Emily made this sweet Plus and Minus baby quilt with Good Vibes Only and it turned out so cute! She used some of the softer prints from the line and it gives the line a completely different look. Her wavy quilting finishes the quilt off nicely!



"And the Good Vibes Award Goes To...." These fun awards Robin made with her rulers are just too fun! The words have velcro on the back of them, so they can be interchanged for the current event! These great awards hung in my Quilt Market booth.


Sarah Thomas of SARIDITTY

This little pouch Sarah whipped up (as her second project) turned our perfectly! She fussy-cut some words for the top and will be gifting this beauty full of art supplies to her little niece for her birthday! 


Jess VanDenburgh of SEW MANY CREATIONS

Jess is only of my favorite people and her bags are to die for! She made up not one, but two of her Central Park Slings in Good Vibes Only and they are gorgeous! She paired one of the word prints with a turquoise teal and it is perfection! 


Irene Sytema of SUGARIDOO

Irene's designs are always so happy and these Little Fish Mug Rugs are just too cute for words! These little fish look swimmingly in the Good Vibes Only fabric. Plus the foundation paper-piecing pattern for these mug rugs is free on her site!


Joanne Hart of UNICORN HARTS

Living up to her name, Joanne made not one, but two unicorn projects with Good Vibes Only fabric! She made one banner with a rainbow background and one tote bag with a rainbow checkered backside. These unicorns are full of good vibes and I love them!



How fun are these Komebukuro Traditional Japanese Rice Bags that Tara made? She called them Affirmation bags and the word print she used on the outside is the perfect fit! I love the origin and process behind this project! 


Nichole Vogelsinger of WILD BOHO

And last, but certainly not least are the two stunning hoops Nichole stitched up! Both of these hoops are absolutely gorgeous! She let me borrow one for my Quilt Market booth and it was hard to ship it back! The Ruffled Color Wheel is her latest pattern. 

A big thank you to all the amazing and talented makers who created a gorgeous project for the blog tour. I adored seeing all the creative and different ways to use Good Vibes Only. Next, I can’t wait to see what you make with it!


We are giving away a fat-quarter bundle of the entire Good Vibes Only line along with a few of our newest patterns! To enter, comment below with what you would make with the fabric before the end of day Friday, June 28th PST. Be sure to tell all your friends and check out all the posts linked above.



Maja said:

Love the colors in this collection. I would make a pillow and a pouch.


Nicole said:

A lovely quilt for my soon to come nephew!


MNell said:

Love all the color and the positive words! Definitely a tote and some fussy cut pouches!


Stephanie said:

I would make tote bags, pouches for my nieces. I love the fabric colors!

Lisa England

Lisa England said:

Oh my goodness, what a collection of gorgeous projects! This fabric line is wonderful, I would like to make so many things from it — quilts, bags, table runners, etc. Thanks for sharing all this, I am so inspired!


Megan said:

I’ve been searching for the perfect fabric to paper piece a unicorn for my daughter. I think the colors in this line would do the trick!

Kristen Smith

Kristen Smith said:

Just bought your Moose pattern at KCRQF, so I would make Mooses!!

Diane Beavers

Diane Beavers said:

Tara Curtis’s Rice Bags, and a lot of walker or wheelchair totes for a seniors community nearby. Jelly Roll rug with the scraps. Sure to brighten their day! Thank you .

Janice Joyner

Janice Joyner said:

I love these bright fabrics. I would make a rainbow churn dash lap quilt.

Kathie L

Kathie L said:

I’d make something using a flower block to take advantage of all those wonderful colors.


Kate said:

Love the fabrics! I would make a HST rainbow quilt!

Sussi Schneider Thaysen

Sussi Schneider Thaysen said:

Love these fabrics. I would make a hexie pop quilt.

Sandra T

Sandra T said:

Love the colors, I’d make a throw to snuggle with on the couch and brighten up my living room!


Eileen said:

I think the color palette is so refreshing for placemats for a summer meal. That is what I would make if I won


Jeanie said:

I just created a foundation pieced block that looks like ribbons. This would be perfect for my new ‘ribbon’ quilt!

Nancy A

Nancy A said:

The 1st thing I would make would be carriers for potluck contributions.

Janet T

Janet T said:

After I pet it for some time, I would make a quilt for one of my grandkids. Love the collection!

Tammy Mabry

Tammy Mabry said:

I think I would make a butterfly summer throw to enjoy all those pretty colors.

Leslie Stratton

Leslie Stratton said:

I would have to make some sort of rainbow goodness. Probably something from the Quiet Play pattern club, or one of your new patterns!


Makenzie said:

My apartment is already so bright with its decoration of pineapple, pineapple & more pineapple. AHHH this fabric would be be perfect to make Brimfield blocks!! I’m taking a class this summer learning oh to make the oh so perfect paper pieced Brimfield block! I’d definitely make a wall hanging or throw quilt! #soexcited


Lilly said:

I like to make a rainbow unicorn 🦄


Allison said:

There were so many gorgeous projects using this fabric – loved them all especially the Unicorn. But Elise’s runner is dynamite!!!

Cyndi J

Cyndi J said:

I would love to work that unicorn banner into a new cover for my padded headboard on my bed!

Diantha Howard

Diantha Howard said:

I’d love to make the dragon fly pillow! The colors look so great.

Peggy O'Connor

Peggy O'Connor said:

I love your patterns! I’m having my Arcadia Ave quilted now to put in our quilt show in September. If I won the fabric, I’d love to make the dragonfly.

Julie G-AZ

Julie G-AZ said:

A pineapple block lap quilt!


brenda said:

i love quilts for comfort, warmth…. so i’d use the fabrics in a new quilt!

Janet Crossman

Janet Crossman said:

I love love this line, so pretty and I would make all things quilty for my new coming great grandchild arriving in Sept.

Chloe Collins

Chloe Collins said:

Hello there! If I was to win I would enjoy making a quilt that CAPTURE the spirit of the Good Vibes Collection. We all the things that happen outside in the world I would hope that my make would spread some wonderful vibes once seen. Thank you for having this giveaway. 😊


DeeS said:

I would make a journal cover for my daughter who is a 3rd Grade Teacher, I love these bright cheerful fabrics!


Cabrielle said:

Definitely would make a quilt! Love, love, love all of the bright colors !


Tammy said:

I’m really wanting to makeover my creative s spaces, I loved this range the moment I saw it and it would go perfect in helping that happen 😍 congrats on a great collection, and wonderful tour.

Laura Sloan

Laura Sloan said:

I just love these bold colors and I really enjoyed the blog tour. So many creative ideas!
If I won this fabric bundle it would make a great quilt for the local elder care home or kid’s shelter, I love making quilts for both of these places.


Anne said:

I would make another quilt for my new grand baby! Beautiful fabrics, thanks for the chance to win.


Anne said:

I would make another quilt for my new grand baby! Beautiful fabrics, thanks for the chance to win.

Deb M

Deb M said:

These beautiful, bright colors would be great in a quilt for a niece graduating in 2020.


Allison said:

If anyone can make a great rainbow fabric line it’s you two and I just can’t wait to get my hands on some to make myself an awesome rainbow quilt

Lisa E

Lisa E said:

I would make a lap quilt for my elderly parents. I think the wonderful, bright fabrics would make them so happy!

Birgit Gehre

Birgit Gehre said:

“Bunt ist meine Liebelingsfarbe” we say in Germany, i would like to sew a colourful bag, to brightenmy life.

Claire KD

Claire KD said:

I live for bright, fun colors! I would make a summery quilt to go on my Caribbean blue wicker furniture on my front porch. Talk about adding some cozy curb appeal!!!


Kristine said:

OMG so much rainbow goodness!! What a talented lineup! I followed through the blog tour and am in love with EVERYTHING. I would love to make rainbow stripe throw pillows for my daughters or try the jelly roll rug because that’s pure awesomeness! Congrats on the release and thanks for sharing so much positivity!

Carol W

Carol W said:

I’d make a rainbow tote and diamond runner. The bright clear colors are so lovely!


Liz said:

All these creations are so bright, fun, and full of life!
It’s hard to narrow down as I think this line would be gorgeous for any project… but I think a life-positive tote! So when I carry it, it’ll spread the positive vibes 🥰

Gloria Cotten

Gloria Cotten said:

I would love to make the Elise Baek table runner! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jayne P

Jayne P said:

I would love to use this beautiful fabric in a New York Beauty quilt

Nicole Sender

Nicole Sender said:

What fabulous fabric! I would make a quilt with it for my son and his family!

Pam Jolly

Pam Jolly said:

I would make something for my granddaughter. I really like the unicorn wall hanging and my granddaughter would love it.

Sandy Allen

Sandy Allen said:

I think I would use these for a baby quilt (or two) probably using a simple pattern so the colors and words are featured.


Cecilia said:

I love the unicorn wall hanging! This is a beautiful fabric collection.

Maryellen Bridges

Maryellen Bridges said:

I love, love this line of fabrics. I want to make one of each of the items shown. So beautiful. I have a couple of questions about the good vibes alley quilt because I don’t understand. Please contact me!

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