Born on this date in 1904, Theodor Geisel, known affectionately to most as Dr. Seuss, has lived on in his books and their characters. The Cat in the Hat was the first of them to land on Robert Kaufman fabrics, but the latest is just as delightful.
Released last month, you can find the Lorax fabrics at independent quilt and fabric retailers nationwide. With a 17 different prints and two versions of the panel (in brights and earth tones), there’s plenty to be done with the collection.
Carly Westberg made this fantastic quilt using the earth-tone panels:
And if that isn’t enough, Maggie made this cute felt game with the Lorax or you can see the movie this weekend. I’d like to see a quiet book made with the panels because it’s one of my favorite Seuss books.
What about you? What have you made with Dr. Seuss fabrics? Or want to make?