Blogger Choice: Allison Harris - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Blogger Choice: Allison Harris

The Fat Quarter Shop and Allison Harris from Cluck Cluck Sew have teamed up to present you with a Fat Quarter Shop Exclusive!

Allison Harris has specially selected 12 of her favorite prints along with 3 coordinating solids from our store for this special bundle found only at the Fat Quarter Shop.

What will you be making with your Blogger’s Choice Fat Quarter Bundle?
I made a quilt (big surprise)! I’d had this pattern in mind for over a year and the nice soft colors of my bundle suited it perfectly. I was going for a fall look without all of the colors being brown, orange, and dark. I love the look of all these fabrics together. This Seville pattern and fabrics are available in a kit at The Fat Quarter Shop of course. πŸ™‚

What quilt project are you currently working on?
I have baby quilt in the works that I don’t really like…I tried to be adventurous with color and I’m thinking I should probably stick with what I know works! I also have a couple of quilts that need to be quilted and bound for gifts and to donate….hopefully this week is the week I’ll get them done.

Hot Seat:
1. jelly roll or layer cake
2. planned or scrappy
3. prints or solids

Leave a comment on this post choosing one of each pair you think Allison would have selected. Answer correctly and you will have a chance to win one of her Blogger’s Choice Fat Quarter Bundles.
You have exactly one week from this post till the contest closes.
Hint: Maybe checking out her patterns will help you answer.
Good Luck!

Oh! And a very big congratulations to Allison and her new baby on the way. We wish you well!


  1. Jelly Roll

    Once I get all ten million of my other projects done, I WILL make a Seville quilt! πŸ™‚


  2. Layer cake/planned/definitely prints.

    I can't wait to finish up my current projects so I can start on my own Seville! Gorgeous!!

  3. Alison's blog is my favorite blog, really I'm not kidding! I think she would choose jelly roll, sometimes planned, sometimes scrappy, and prints.

    – NQuinn

  4. A beautiful fabric collection, and I love the pillow on Allison's bed. I choose: layer cake, planned and prints. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

  5. Jelly roll, planned, prints.
    THANKS for the chance ~ this is a gorgeous bundle! And I'm a huge fan of her blog and patterns!

  6. Jelly Roll

    just guessin'

    I like the colors of the bundle, not something I would usually choose, but think I might try the combo for one of my granddaughters.

  7. Allison's blog is the first quilting blog I found when I began quilting. I am such a fan of hers. To date, her Chain Reaction quilt pattern is my favorite go-to pattern. My guesses:

    Jelly Roll, planned, prints.


  8. I'm guessing Layer Cake, Planned, and Prints. I love this new pattern. I think I have just the fabric to use for it. Kathie L in Allentown

  9. Just found Allison's blog yesterday and I can't wait to try her Seville & Kaleidoscope patterns. Really love the color palette of the fat quarter bundle.
    I think she'd choose Layer cake, planned & prints. πŸ™‚

  10. Allison's style is awesome, no matter what she chooses! Her patterns show jelly roll! scrappy solids…Thanks!

  11. If I won this bundle I would so make the quilt that she made. I have seen it on her blog and have drooled over it. Thanks for always having such great giveaways.

  12. Layer cake / planned / prints. She has so many great patterns using jelly rolls, but layer cakes allow for more freedom in all her patterns.

  13. layer cake, planned, prints..I hope

    Thanks for the chance to win.


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  14. I love the colors of that quilt. I'd never pick them, I'm stuck in a rut! I love these designer choice bundles.

    I choose jelly roll, prints, and planned!

  15. Love the Cluck, Cluck, Sew blog! I'm about to start a fall quilt using Allison's 9-patch pattern. Since her 9 patch was scrappy I'm gonna go with:
    layer cake, scrappy and planned.
    Thanks for the chance, would love that bundle!

  16. Jelly roll, scrappy, prints

    Ohhh, I hope I win! I think I need some new fabrics to get me moving again….sigh…please?:)

  17. I want to answer both to all three questions because either way you get fabric but I'm going to go with layer cake, planned, and prints. I really, really love Seville!

  18. I think she would choose layer cake, planned and prints. Such a generous giveaway!! Thanks for the chance to win :-). Tanya

  19. Layer cake, planned, print quilts seem to be the modus operandi for Allison. Congrats on the baby, by the way. I would love to use this fat quarter bundle to make a hexagon flour-sack inspired quilt!

  20. Your quilts are stunning Allison. I love your designs and fabric choices. My guess is Jelly Roll, Planned and Prints. Thanks for the chance to win this contest and keep up your beautiful work.

  21. Definatly..layer cakes..planned and prints..most everything she does starts out as a layer cake..although she likes her solids..she uses them to emphasize the cute prints that she loves..

  22. I never get these right, so here goes nothing:

    jelly roll

    I figure if I guess the same thing every time I'll get it right sometime!

  23. I think layer cake, planned and prints. Cute quilt, I like the colors and I like the colors in the bundle you've chosen.

  24. My guess is that Allison favors Jelly roll, planned, and prints. I love your patterns, especially Seville and Chain Reaction. Would love to win the fabrics!

  25. I'm going to guess layer cake, planned and prints! I've been following her blog for awhile and know the answer for sure on one of those, I'm about 75% on the other and the third I have no clue! I feel I should know these, LOL!

  26. I'm guessing layer cake, planned, and prints …. but that's because I consider using fabric from the same line "planned" (if using a jelly roll or other precut is scrappy, can I change my answer?)


  27. I am guessing layer cake, planned, and prints. These are always hard!

    I am crazy about Allison's "Seville" pattern. Thanks for featuring her.

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