The Forest Floor Fabric Lookbook & a Giveaway!

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oh, happy day! art gallery fabrics released forest floor's fabric lookbook last week, and i’ve been oohing and ahhing over its pages ever since!

as always, the best way to view the collection is by hopping right in to the lookbook. you can also check out this post for more about my inspirations, a few of my favorite prints and for more info on where to purchase the collection.

photographing this lookbook was so much fun. a dear friend of mine and talented photographer, callie lynch, and i took off to a favorite forest near my home and photographed projects under the trees. it's a day i'll never forget!

the lookbook is chock full of patterns, tutorials and diy ideas. i hope you enjoy browsing the pages and making a project of your own!

psst: keep scrolling for info on a giveaway!

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i'm also *SO* excited to partner with the fat quarter shop to offer a DOUBLE giveaway.  below is info on how to enter for both a fat quarter bundle of forest floor AND my new collection of aurifil threads!

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. congratulations #52, Delaine!

to enter to win the fat quarter bundle of forest floor:

>> comment here telling us which project from the forest floor lookbook is your favorite and who you'd like to make it for (a friend, or maybe yourself!). limit one comment per person.

to enter to win the going home to roost small aurifil thread box:

>> head on over to instagram and enter via the details on this post!

deadline: both giveaways will end monday, march 14th at 1:00PM, eastern standard time. the winners will be drawn randomly and announced on this post shortly after.

good luck! xo, bonnie


  • The Sippy Strippy Quilt is my favorite. Make it for my family.

  • The Angie Dress and I would make it for myself! Thanks!

  • Oh Bonnie, just LOVE the little baby dress using Kwik Sew pattern 3689. I hop you’ll share with us the smocking instructions? That little touch makes the pattern so much cuter! I used to smock way back, “in the day”, but have forgotten all my smocking skills! Just so darling! Pattern and fabric are on their way, for both the dress and leggings, for my brand new granddaughter!

  • Beautiful fabrics and great pictures! Especially your baby girl in the adorable clothes. My granddaughter is a bit older than she is, so I’d probably make a dress for her, maybe an Emily dress.

  • I would make an Alder shirtdress, have just finished my first one and am planning the version with the ruffle at the back next . X

  • I like the Angie dress, and yes, I’d make it for myself!

  • Bonnie – This is another beautiful fabric line. I am loving the two clutches (twisted and knot just another clutch)- and that would be where I would start.

  • Rayann’s retro dress is gorgeous. I would make it for my daughter! She’s 7.

  • Wow! I love the Voila Blouse! I’d like to make it for myself and another for my sister :)

  • That Angie dress is adorable! I would make it for myself because I almost always sew for others.

  • I have two nieces that are only a year apart and they like to dress in matching outfits. I would love to make them the girl’s wrap dress, or any of the girl’s dresses in the look book!

  • I love all of the fabrics, and would love to make the Alder Shirtdress! My mom also is very into sewing, I will have to share with her! :)

  • The Angie dress is too precious!

  • I love the hooded coat; my daughter would look so adorable in it!

  • My favourite project is the Forager Quilt. The fabrics are beautiful.

  • Such pretty fabrics! It just makes me smile! I would make the sweet baby dress on p. 42 for a friend who is expecting a new grand-daughter in April. I love making sweet baby clothes.

  • I’d like to make some of those pictures hanging on the tree above the mushrooms. Thanks and God bless!

  • I would make the twisted clutch for myself! It looks adorable!

  • I love the Mini Forest Quilt — mind you, there are a lot of really cute projects in there that would be great to make! What a lovely selection! The fabric is just delicious!

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