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Elizabeth Scott Presenting Red Rose Farm and a Giveaway!

Today’s special guest:  Elizabeth Scott owner of Late Bloomer Quilts is here today to talk about her first line of fabric with P&B Textiles, Red Rose Farm!

I’m so happy for the opportunity to share my excitement about my debut fabric collection, Red Rose Farm, by P&B Textiles. Like the rest of you, Fat Quarter Shop is my very favorite place to shop for fabric, and I’m so excited that Red Rose Farm is here first!

I love vintage fabrics and bright, clear colors. It was with this in mind that I started gathering up antique fabrics that I love—some from France, one from an old seersucker bedspread. I added polka dots, a fun stripe, and tossed some rosebuds around. I’m thrilled P&B agreed that this would make a great collection for quilters and home sewists.

I’ve been very busy with my sidekick Pam Kitty Morning working on pieced quilts, appliquéd quilts, home dec projects and bags for the big debut at Fall Quilt Market next month. Here is a sneak peeks—I can’t wait to show you everything!

In the meantime, Pam has designed a darling bag exclusively for Fat Quarter Shop customers. It’s called, appropriately enough, The Fat Quarter Shop Fat Quarter Bag, and as the name implies, is made entirely from fat quarters.

I hope you enjoy creating something special with Red Rose Farm!

Elizabeth Scott


We have another special surprise today!  It’s another GIVEAWAY!

TWO people have a chance to win a Fat Quarter Bundle of the stunning Red Rose Farm! But today we are going to mix it up a bit…

To enter you need to post a comment in poem form of why you want Red Rose Farm and what you plan to do with it. Let’s get creative! 

This contest will close Tuesday, October 5th @ 11:59pm CST.


Also, we are very excited to announce:

Today the Jolly Jabber was featured on Be@Home’s blog as one of the best blogs on the web!  

Thanks to everyone for your support!  😀


  1. I'm going to hoarde, er, collect this awesome fabric line. Or I'm going to makeover my kitchen linens. Or make holiday gifts for everyone I love.

  2. Red Rose, Red Rose
    A rhyme is required
    or else I am hosed
    of getting a collection I have so admired
    for a scrap quilt to cover my toes?

  3. I love red rose farm! It would make a lot of fabulous things! I am thinking an apron for my mom's Christmas present would be first, with a matching table quilt! 🙂

  4. Is a sentence a poem?
    A list of possibilities?

    Quick on the trigger,
    I draw. Premature.

    Can this excitement
    be contained?

    For the launch of
    Red Rose Farm

    I've waited. All
    summer long. Dreamed

    of the roses in my
    vintage-charmed kitchen.

    Is a fabric collector a
    poet? Can the collection

    become more than a
    monument to beauty?

    Only in your heart
    do you know.

  5. Red Rose Farm, I'm in love!
    You suit my style like a glove!
    Aprons and Purses fill my head
    Or maybe a new quilt for my bed!
    Thank you so much for the chance,
    Red Rose Farm makes me dance!


  6. These are gorgeous! Let's see what this old brain can come up with…

    bows of blue,
    florals of red
    if I owned you,
    I'd be out of my head…

    a sampler quilt
    I lovingly piece
    and a tote to give
    as a gift for my niece!

    Whew! That's all she wrote! 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win these pretties!
    Sandy A

  7. A rose is a rose is a rose!
    My eyes love it-so does my nose!
    But fabric won't wilt
    When it's made into a quilt
    Or a bag when you're dressed to the hilt

    (please don't boo)

  8. When we were house hunting,
    I made a request–
    Some space for a garden
    and my own sewing nest!
    It's fitting, I think
    that I now have a yen–
    I would love some Red Rose
    Farm Fabric to decorate our new home!
    I could make some throw pillows,
    or a dog bed for Prudence,
    or a cuddly blanket-
    Yeah, that's how I'll use it!
    Please, don't you see?
    I'm full of creativity
    and would love some Red Rose
    Farm fabric to decorate our new home!

  9. To enter I need to post a comment in poem form
    Of why I want Red Rose Farm and it won't be to decorate the dorm.
    I have a creative plan: a dress for little granddaughter Audrey;
    You can be sure using Red Rose Farm she will not look tawdry!

  10. A Limerick

    There once was a genius named Elizabeth Scott
    Who brilliantly improved vintage floral and dot.
    The bright, cheery cottons
    Will spoil her quite rotten
    When made into a twirl skirt just right for my tot.

  11. A limerick:
    The Jolly Jabber is at it anew;
    Giving fabric away to a few.
    So, if you pick me,
    To thee I will plea…
    You'll have to pick somebody new!

    Love the fabric. Just wanted to have fun with the poetry. I love limericks. But you have been so gracious to me already, I'd have to ask you to pick someone else! 🙂 Thanks for all you do!

  12. What a charm!
    Fat Quarters got
    Red Rose Farm
    By Elizabeth Scott

    Okay, okay, so I never saw a purple cow … the fabric is beautiful. Happy blogging!

  13. Let's try a limerick:

    The Jolly Jabber is at it anew;
    Giving fabric away to a few.
    But if you choose me,
    To you I will plea…
    You'll have to pick somebody new!

    Love the fabric and love limericks, so I just had to get one in (thought it isn't the greatest with two "news"). But you have been so gracious to me already, I'd have to ask you to pick somebody else for the prize! Thanks for all you do! 🙂

  14. I love this collection,
    patterns vintage and bright!
    My basket quilt obsession,
    keeps me up at night!
    Dear Fat Quarter Shop, please,
    give me all you've got.
    I could create with ease,
    thanks to Elizabeth Scott!

  15. To get back into quilting,to get on the ball,
    that's my dilemma this beautiful Fall,
    It's all there…the love, time and desire,
    all I need is that Red Rose Farm fabric to inspire.

    Thanks for the chance, stay blessed!

  16. I want me some Red Rose Farm
    To cut into strips and simple charm
    To sew with my crew
    Give Project Linus a few
    to keep the kids safe and warm!

  17. red rose, red rose
    just perfect for something i propose
    to make, some clothes
    or the purse grandma chose
    red rose, red rose
    the anticipation grows

    wow, that's the first time i've ever written anything poetry-ish. haha, thanks for the giveaway!

  18. A field of roses, a Red Rose Farm
    Inspires this fabric, so sunny and warm

    It's cute as heck with dots you know,
    I want to make that big blue bow

    Love the tote bag, so girly and fun
    Might just have to make me one

  19. Ok, I am gonna wing this one…lol

    Outside my window, I spy a red rose
    Inspiration quickly flows
    My kitchen is a state of gloom
    What I need is some life in this room.

    A touch here, a dab there
    A simple red rose to display the ware.
    Across a window or upon a tray,
    The beautiful colors brighten the day.

    Guests are now welcome
    to come and sip tea.
    And share the beauty
    a red rose can be.

  20. A challenge is issued,
    fabric the prize.
    Oh what would I do,
    my dreams to realize,

    The things I would make,
    the things I would quilt,
    You'll all be so warm
    your hairstyles would wilt.

    Christmas approaches,
    My gift list is growing,
    With Red Roses fat quarters
    My happy face would be glowing,
    with cheeks red rose colored,
    in this fabric so sweet.

  21. Roses are red and pink,
    Cotton ones don't stink.
    How I'd love to sew with this line,
    I'd make something to be all MINE!!

    xoxox Hope I win! (and not from the extreme talent of this poem! haha)
    Ruth Wright

  22. Red, yellow and blue roses and dots and multi-color stripes
    Patterns of all types
    Ribbons and bows tying a beautiful bouquet
    Making a poem today–
    this favorite is beautiful

  23. Fabric called Red Rose Farm
    Is a collection I could do no harm…
    Just some cutting, and stitching,
    But first hoping and wishing
    That from this wonderful giveaway
    Some beautiful fabric will come my way!

  24. I'd like to duplicate that bag –
    The one from Red Rose Farm.
    The bag is perfect! Just my size!
    and would look good on my arm.

    But I don't have the dollars or cents
    to buy the Red Rose Farm collection.
    I'm hoping I'll be one of two
    who wins it
    Now that would be perfection!

  25. A tote for my arm
    Using Red Rose Farm.
    How fun it would be
    To carry such glee!

    Red Rose Farm
    So happy, so fun.
    A Fat Quarter Bundle
    To use under the sun.

    Please enter my name,
    You'd make my day,
    Choose "Sew Cindy"
    So I can play.

  26. Beautiful flowers with so much charm,
    I would do anything to win Red Rose Farm,
    I would sing you a song, and dance you a jig
    I would happily pucker up and kiss a sweet pig!!!
    I hope this rhyme had a poetic flow….
    I picture the joy of roses to sew.

    Thanks for the chance…..

  27. Red rover red rover please send rose farm right over. I love the latest handbag you've made and I'd like to make one myself. Thanks for the chance to win.

  28. I am sorry, I am not feelign creative so I will use a modified version of what my daughter came home from school with (using her own name)

    Royal colors

    Ready for you to cut into
    Simply to sit, and

    Fat quarter shop has many options
    At hand, however
    Red rose farm needs to come home to

  29. Tossed rosebuds, stripes and dots galore,
    Colorful, bright, and glorious.
    How can you not sigh and adore
    Red Rose Farm — Meritorious!


    I tried. 😀

  30. The colors delightful
    The patterns so sweet!
    And I'd love to create something with
    your fabric so neat!

    I love little flowers
    the red, white, and blue
    I love little patterns
    so fresh and so new

    I'm a new little quilter
    with a new 'old' machine
    and if I won this fat quarter
    I'd feel like a queen!

    Out here in the mountains
    My roses are almost done
    So to receive your rose farm fabric
    Would be so much fun!

    Oh what can I make?
    Oh what can I do?
    With the fat quarter bundle
    from a sweet gal like you?

    I'd create….I'd sew
    I'd make something sweet
    from the fabric you've created
    that is so very neat!

  31. Be mine
    Red Rose Farm
    I promise to be kind
    And keep you from harm
    A pretty purse is what I have in mind
    Oh, you gonna charm

    Jane Poh

  32. I need to get back to sewing
    I'm tired of working with yarn
    But I needed some inspiration
    And it came in the form of Red Rose Farm.
    What would I make?
    It has yet to be seen.
    But I'm sew excited
    To again run my machine!

    I don't think I'll quit my day job… LOL!

  33. Today your site will overflow
    From each of us who want to sew
    A table topper, toy, or quilt
    And not be overcome by guilt
    From spending too much of our cash
    On fabric for our quilting stash.

    So with my Red Rose quarter bundle
    (I hope I win; I will be humble)
    I’ll make the most outstanding spread
    Of peanut butter, jelly, and bread!
    Oops, my tummy has me losing sight
    I know I just haven’t got this right!

    Back to my poem, yes, I have had a break
    (Forget the bread; I went straight to the cake)!
    A quilt will be my superb creation
    But now I must end this declaration.
    I give you thanks whether I win or lose
    And a big smile to whomever you choose!

  34. A quilting I will go,
    A quilting I will go,
    Hi ho the cheerio,
    With Red Rose,
    A quilting I will go.

    LOL Okay kind of lame compared to others, but it's late and I had a root canal yesterday so my creativity is at about 0. 🙂 🙂 A fat quarter bundle would cheer me right up though!!


  35. Mom's sister, Connie
    Dad's brother named Ray,
    were married only yesterday.

    At a little chapel in the pines
    surrounded by family in 2 lines,
    To wish them blessings from above
    and many years of boundless love.

    This story is extra nifty
    because they both are in their sixties!

    I need a gift which wiil bring smiles,
    that I can send across the miles.
    A Red Rose quilt with love in each stitch
    would be perfect for the newly hitched.

    I adore the blocks in the photo sample,
    if I win I can make ample
    to send to Uncle Ray & Aunt Connie
    a sweet Red Rose quilt, oh so Bonnie!

  36. Red Rose Farm
    How sweet is thee?
    I sure would like
    to win some for me!
    To make something pretty
    maybe something warm
    a quilt would be nice
    made with Red Rose farm!

  37. Red Rose Farm
    So full of charm
    A beautiful Fat Quarter,
    To make a quilt for my daughter.

    Well, it is late and that was all my brain could come up with, lol.


  38. oh how the roses are red
    how they dance around in my head
    what shall i do oh what shall i do
    but make a blanket that's yellow, red and blue
    so many things to do on the farm
    whatever it may be, it's sure to be a charm

  39. I promised myself, a quilt I would make
    For my Mother-in-law (it cant be a fake)
    The roses are lovely
    So bright and true
    For a quilt that says " I love you".

    (honest, if I win I WILL make them into a quilt for my MiL – she makes everyone else one but doesnt have one for herself!!)

  40. Red Rose Farm, oh so pretty,
    If it weren't really late I'd say something witty,
    But my brain won't work, so I'll wrap up this rhyme
    By saying I'd make something sublime.

  41. The Red Rose I know
    is the one under my nose,
    that permeates from my brewed cup.

    It's the name of my tea
    my gram introduced to me,
    when I was just a little wee pup.

    Red Rose Farm fabric I see,
    is perfect for me
    who splashes with her teaball dipper.

    The florals will hide
    all the drips on the side
    with a mug rug I'll make for my sipper.

    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

  42. A fat quarter bundle is in demand,
    wouldn't a Red Rose Farm one would be so grand?
    I'd love to use it to decorate my currently bland bed,
    by making a beautiful new quilt on which I can lay my head. 🙂

    Hope you enjoyed my rhyme! Thanks for the giveaway!

    bruinbr at gmail dot com

  43. Thank you for the chance. I have made several of Elizabeth's quilts and I admire her work.
    Red rose farm, red rose farm.
    How I want you in my arms.
    To create, to admire, or just aquire your luscious blooms in my new quilt attire.

  44. A picnic is just the thing
    to do with a FQ win –
    a basket to line
    and a quilt so fine …
    Red Rose Farm makes my heart sing!

    Love it!
    tenquilts (at) gmail (dot) com

  45. Beautiful Red Rose Farm
    The fabric would disarm
    My mom would love the roses
    I'd make quilts to cover our noses
    How lovely it would be
    If the prize would go to me!

  46. To the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"

    Red Rose, Red Rose, Red Rose Farm
    Soft French fabrics sewn with yarn
    Quilted in the style of art
    Hand-sewn layers for a start
    Red Rose, Red Rose, Red Rose Farm
    Soft French fabrics sewn with yarn

  47. There was a young lady,
    who lived in Peru.
    She like sewing and quilting,
    and other crafts too.
    She'd made blankets and purses,
    dresses and hats.
    This time I think,
    I'll make some placemats.
    She sat at her desk,
    and began to design.
    Oh I hope that this fabric,
    soon will be mine.

    Very cheesy I know, but you asked for it 🙂

  48. The blue, the red
    would look so good on my bed.
    Polka dots and roses,
    to cover my toe es.
    Red Rose Farm, come home to me,
    and a beautiful quilt you will be.

  49. My daughter's a baby,
    but soon she will grow,
    And that is why I need this you know.
    I made her a baby quilt,
    but she will need something new.
    And for a twin size quilt,
    Red Rose Farm will certainly do!

  50. Love the blue and red together in these bright and cheery fabrics. These fabrics would make a great springtime quilt and/or table runner. Thank you for sharing.

    Have a super great sewing day.

  51. Red Rose Farm is so sweet
    I could make something that would be a treat.
    Frilly, lacey, its my choice,
    doesn't it just make your eyes moist?
    Time to go sew and to dream
    of that beautiful Red Rose Farm
    that just made the scene!

    Thanks for letting me play!

  52. My 11 year old granddaughter's room is getting a make over for Christmas. She loves flowers, dots, stripes and embellisments. I can see cute throw pillows for her bed. She has told me she does not want any more big quilts right now, just lap quilts. She wants lots of beads on things. The flowers would be perfect to add beads and crystals to.

  53. Red Rose Farm is the fabric that I crave.
    What to make with it? Dare I be brave?
    I could make a quilt to keep my tootsies warm,
    and keep away the monsters that would do me harm.
    For you know they don't like flowers filled with love and cheer.
    They prefer the dust bunnies in the closet… oh dear!

    Yeah, it's bad, but I had fun and that's what matters. Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. I love this line….florals polka dots…my favorites…and I want to use the stripe fabric cut on the bias for binding…a quilt of course! This line would be wonderful for a kitchen table topper too! Or a bag…or anything!

  55. Red Rose Farm
    So full of charm

    To create, let's think
    What to do with so much pink

    A pillow, a runner, a quilt
    Which, if any, will be built?

    To ponder, to wonder, to dream
    It must be something to make it beam.

    If you want to be happy and warm
    You must make it of Red Rose Farm!

  56. At 83, my mother
    Is looking for a change.
    She's giving up her cottage.
    An apartment will be strange.
    Her son and I are hoping
    She'll make some new best friends.
    Old friends are mostly gone now:
    It's too early for her end.
    She wants a pretty bedroom.
    She's using lots of pink.
    A small quilt made of Red Rose Farm
    Would be just right, I think.

  57. I have been so sad
    Since my Princess has gone
    This Red Rose Fabric
    Would be a sweet song
    To cheer me up as I sew
    I'll dedicate this little throw
    To the little girl who was here
    For a wonderful, grand 16 years.

    Thank you for a chance to win
    this beautiful fabric

  58. Red Rose Farm fabric that comes in a fat quarter or charm package would make a great quilt for my favorite niece.

    What a great giveaway – Thanks for the chance to win.
    Brenda K

  59. Congrats on your special achievement! Now here's the poem:

    Tossed Roses
    Satisfied Noses
    That clear color appeal.
    Large Scale
    Small Scale
    I'm just wanting a feel.

    Quilts for family and friends;
    Quilts for charity given with charm.
    How about a quilt just for me
    Made with luscious Red Rose Farm!

  60. I'd love to win the fabric to make a beautiful rose quilt for next spring.

    A single red rose
    A single rose to carry the burden
    A single rose to soften the blow
    A single red rose the sign of love

  61. okay, here's my attempt:

    On a rainy day so dreary
    I wished to make a quilt so cheery
    With roses, stripes and lots of dots
    The Red Rose Farm fabric hits the spot!

    I love the Fat Quarter Shop Fat Quarter bag!

  62. Oh! To write a poem
    with language not your own
    is like sewing with my machine
    on which I'm not very keen…

    But my daughter would so love
    these colours bright and fun
    that for her I'd sew by hand –
    I'm sure you understand 🙂

  63. red rose farm
    red rose farm
    roses against the barn
    red rose farm
    red rose farm
    lambs, cows, pigs in the barn
    hehe not real good at poems, but would love that red rose farm fabric to make a little lap quilt

  64. Oh, what a wonderful day,
    For a fun little give-away,
    Some Red Rose Farm,
    Oh, what could it harm,
    I'll make a quilt with it right away.

  65. Red roses, red roses
    Seeing you makes my nose twitch
    You are so beautiful my hands itch
    To cut and feed you to my machine to stitch
    Then quilt you in the ditch

    Okay, I'll admit that that was really, really bad!=) The fabric, however, is gorgeous!Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  66. Red Rose Farm with yellow, pink, blue and green
    Is one of the happiest fabric lines that I have ever seen.

    It really is a feel good fabric-very homey and I love the clear bright colors.

  67. For Red Rose Farm
    I'd give my arm.

    Some dots and some flowers
    Will release quilting powers

    To create and design
    The quilt will be mine.

    I need to succeed
    Or I will delete

    This attempt of a rhyme
    That makes you all whine…

    What fun – Thanks for the opportunity!

  68. A beautiful quilt I wish to make
    Of roses for my sister's sake.

    So off to the Fat Quarter Shop
    On the internet I did hop.

    Oh what a super wonderful site
    For there, was help for my plight.

    Before my eyes with all of its charm
    A brand new collection called "Red Rose Farm"

    Vintage style roses just what I love
    Almost like they came from heaven above.

    Thanks to you Elizabeth Scott and the Fat Quarter Shop
    This special quilt will not be a flop!!!

  69. Red Rose Farm
    Is full of charm
    delicate flowers
    falling like showers

    lots of roses and dots
    to brighten up our hearts
    One thing is certain
    they'll make great curtains

    Well, I thought the colors would look great in my bathroom or kitchen.

  70. Here is my poem inspired by the fabrics of a red rose on a yellow background and the aqua blue ribbon.
    Quilting in the garden
    What did I see
    But a sweet red rose
    Peeking out at me.
    Behind the rose
    Was a yellow wall
    Above a blue sky
    Tied a ribbon
    Around it all.

    To double your fun, my mother also wrote a poem.
    Down the winding country road,
    Over the lazy gurgling stream
    There was a narrow lane that led
    To a quiet place to dream.
    Cows in the pasture eating the grass
    Quilts on the line by the big red barn
    Roses in the yard blooming in the sun
    Life is good at the Red Rose Farm.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  71. Here is my poem inspired by the fabrics of a red rose on a yellow background and the aqua blue ribbon.
    Quilting in the garden
    What did I see
    But a sweet red rose
    Peeking out at me.
    Behind the rose
    Was a yellow wall
    Above a blue sky
    Tied a ribbon
    Around it all.

    To double your fun, my mother also wrote a poem.
    Down the winding country road,
    Over the lazy gurgling stream
    There was a narrow lane that led
    To a quiet place to dream.
    Cows in the pasture eating the grass
    Quilts on the line by the big red barn
    Roses in the yard blooming in the sun
    Life is good at the Red Rose Farm.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  72. Roses are Red
    and come from the Farm.
    To win this prize,
    I'd give my right arm.

    Well, maybe not cause then I couldn't quilts. 🙂 Sorry, poetry is not my forte but I had to try. I would love to win this fabric. Thank you for the chance. Take care and God bless, Cory

  73. All the UFO´s on my table
    I will quickly disable
    The Red Rose Farm will be first in line
    For a lap quilt will do me fine

  74. Red Rose Farm,
    It makes me happy.
    When I look at it,
    I get pretty sappy.

    Polka dots
    and ribbons of blue
    tender green leaves
    and cheerful stripes too.

    Romantic nosegays
    a cozy quilt
    these lovely roses
    will never wilt.

  75. I went to the Rose Farm the other day,
    I needed some buds to make a nosegay!
    But nary a one in the whole garden plot!
    They'd all been gathered by Elizabeth Scott.
    She was making some fabric all pretty, you see,
    Fabric to sew with for you and for me!
    So my nosegay must wait, I want fabric instead.
    Fabric to sew me a quilt for my bed.

  76. This is all in jest….

    You don't have to twist my arm,
    I can see I would love Red Rose farm.

    Thanks you for giving me a look but now I just might have to be a crook.

    That's it, I want it, I'll do you some harm,
    If you don't pick me to win the Red Rose Farm.

  77. Roses are red
    Lee is blue.
    She needs Red Rose Farm fabrics
    I do, I do!
    Prune it all up
    Sew nice and neat.
    A rose and blue quilt
    To warm little feet.
    Bind it up cute
    to present to the nieces.
    Who will squeal with delight
    and love it to pieces!

    Thanks for the unique opportunity to win such lovely fabric.

  78. Oh what a lovely giveaway. I would make a new quilt for my bed.I collect antiques and they are all around my home. So a vintage looking fabric..WOW!.All the quilts I have made have gone to someone special..now its time for me.

  79. There once was a girl who loved to sew
    but one sad day her stash grew low
    and so she got on her favorite site
    to see if they had what was just right
    and lo and behold they were giving away
    a Fat Quarter Bundle perfect for quilt play
    The Red Rose Farm was just the right fit
    For this girl's fabric habit.
    and if she were to somehow win
    she would come back to FQS again and again!

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to practice my poetry skills!

  80. Some fabric from Elizabeth Scott
    Oh My…wouldn't that be hot!
    Her roses are red and exude charm
    I'd like to have some of that Red Rose Farm
    Sorry but I must stop
    It's time to go to the Fat Quarter Shop
    It's THE place to snag
    fabric for a Darling Bag!

    Thanks for making me use my brain this morning.


  81. Wow, there are some great poems out there, right?? Okay, I am not quite that savvy, but I am envisioning tons and tons of cute bow ties made out of the polka dots and floral as the settings……this is the happiest fabric, so adorable and the lucky part is that it matches my house. Looks just like a bright and happy picnic waiting to happen…..Count me in…Susan

  82. roses are red, dots are white,
    i love this fabric all right,
    i'll cut and sew
    quilt and bind
    you can see, i can't rhyme.

  83. Red Rose Farm,
    Quite fresh and such a charm,
    Elizabeth Scott your designs are so vintage and sweet,
    The roses look good enough to eat.
    Thanks for letting me dream,
    of Roses and cream.

  84. Red Rose, Red Rose
    Your such a dream!
    Come to me and help
    My bedroom Gleam!

    Flower quilt on top,
    spotted sheats under,
    Help me out now so
    I won't make a blunder.

    I hope that is ok. Thank you for the chance.

  85. Roses are red. That you'll agree. It's the prettiest I've ever seen. I'll make a bag and add some green.

  86. Red Rose Farm is a beautiful line
    Of fabric for quilters to use.
    So please send me ample
    of the fabric to sample.
    Then I'll quilt away with these hands of mine!

  87. Red, pink, blue and white
    Combined they make quilty delight
    They come together, this farm of red roses
    To cover us from our toes to our noses

    Obviously I am not much of a poet LOL

  88. My daughter loves everything pink,
    Although she hates putting dishes in the sink…

    She loves flowers from big to small,
    And loves the leaves when the change in the fall…

    She asked for a new blanket to put on her bed,
    One with "pretties" to cover her head…

    I would make her a quilt from this beautiful line,
    And hopefully never again have to rhyme!!!

  89. No need for alarm
    Quilting does me no harm
    Cause' Red Rose Farm
    Has plenty of charm.

    In other words, I'll use it for quilting.

  90. Time for a Haiku!

    I need a new bag
    Red Rose Farm would be perfect
    I do hope I win!

    Whew! Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

  91. Roses are red, and so is this fabric.
    Now what can I say to win the jackpot, except that I need to have some red roses from Red Rose Barn.

  92. Red Rose Farm,
    full of such charm.
    Lizzy and Kitty,
    designed it so pretty.
    Bright colors and flowers,
    using seducing powers,
    To make me wish,
    I owned this fabric so delish!

    Thanks for an amazing giveaway!!

  93. Red roses, red roses
    smell good to our noses.

    And this lovely rose
    on a quilt I can pose.

    What a fabulous collection
    for our 'budding' reflection.

    Dots, bows and stripes
    with roses, YIPES!!

    What fun it will be,
    can hardly wait to see.

    It's the end of this rhyme.
    Thanks–all the time.

    Mary B.

  94. Down on the farm where the wild wind blows;
    Red roses are dancing among calico rows.
    Blue is the sky as the sun shines bright
    Dancing and swaying in the evening light.
    Over the hills you come to me
    Carrying the gift of joyful glee
    Wrapped in soft tissue and tied with a bow
    A soft little quilt for baby you sewed.

  95. Ok, but I'm not a poetry writer so this is straining my brain!
    Stripes, polka dots, roses tied with a bow
    What to make with fabrics from Liz? I know …
    A bag in blue, green, yellow, red and pink
    Heads will turn, I think
    When I walk on the farm
    With this bag on my arm!

  96. The Rose as my favorite flower,
    with the color red, gives it power.
    On a farm with apples in a barn,
    Sewed together with red yarn.
    Maybe sent to Holland in a bundle,
    Turned into something to cuddle.

  97. Red roses so bright,
    red roses so cherry,
    dots and stripes,
    to make one merry.

    To sew such lovelies,
    would make me bloom,
    even on a rainy day,
    especially for my cousin June.

    Aprons and bags,
    neither will do,
    for potholders are in order,
    for her delicious beef stew!

  98. Beautiful buds, delightful dots
    Sprays of roses tied with beribboned knots
    Memories of childhood pillows and spreads
    Inspire me to create coverings for my bed

    Red Rose Farm is the fabric I covet
    It’s vintage design well I just love it!
    Quilts and cushions, aprons and purses
    Things I will make if I win with these verses

  99. What's pink and blue and yellow and green?
    Some of the cutest darn stuff you've ever seen.
    It has dots and stripes and roses so pretty,
    Just thinking about it makes me all giddy.
    Red Rose Farm is oh so sweet,
    If I had some, it'd sure be neat.
    What would I do with it, what would I make?
    A frilly apron and a bag, for goodness sake!
    Or a quilt made of it would be cheery and bright.
    Oh, to win this fabric would be such a delight.

  100. One Quilt I've ever complete
    I was young, but it was quite fun
    So what makes Red Rose so neat?
    It reminds me of gardening in the sun.

    It makes me want to sew!
    I have to make something new!
    But what to make? I KNOW!
    A valentines day quilt- how cool!

  101. To Sew or not to Sew, Is it ever a Question? And a Red Rose by any other Designer would not look as sweet in my beautiful new quilt!

    So maybe not so much a poem buy there is a bit of Shakespeare, I am not near as creative with words as I am with fabric 🙂

  102. Fabric is red, fabric is blue,
    I love fabric in any hue!

    The squares, the circles, the triangles, oh my…

    Any fabric makes me want to give quilt patterns a try!


  103. Beautiful buds, delightful dots
    Sprays of roses tied with beribboned knots
    Memories of childhood pillows and spreads
    Inspire me to create coverings for my bed

    Red Rose Farm is the fabric I covet
    It’s vintage design well I just love it!
    Quilts and cushions, aprons and purses
    Things I will make if I win with these verses

    sorry forgot to include kslwoods at gmail dot com

  104. Oh my god
    What a beautiful collection!
    available the fat quarter shop
    The name is Red Rose Farm

    Oh my god
    What am i writing
    Just because i got
    To write something

    To win the lovely red rose farm


  105. Here is my ode to the beautiful Red Rose Farm
    Oh, how I'm in love with your vintage charm

    With your polka dots, stripes and little rosebuds too
    Who can resist that perfect shade of blue

    Ever since I saw you at the Late Bloomer Blog
    My mind has been in a bit of a fog

    How can I get some to add to my stash?
    The Fat Quarter Shop- of course. But, do I have enough cash?

    Imagine my delight when the Jolly Jabber said there's fabric to win
    My face has been covered with an ear to ear grin!

    I'd have lots of fun sewing a quilt by Miss Rosie
    I know your lovely florals would make my bed cozy

    So farewell for now, thanks for reading my poem
    Pretty please pick ME–I'll give Red Rose a good home!!!

  106. Oh Red Rose Farm
    You give such vintage charm
    with your dots and stripes
    your a perfect match to hype
    I want you to come my home
    so I can make a quilt for my home

    j_winters_17 at yahoo dot com

  107. Red Rose Farm questions why farm fabric?
    Be so me to reply, why farm fabric not!
    Doesn't rose tones of yellow, pink, green, plus blue tickle the eyeball fancy? Ohh, lala dots, swirleys and roses too!
    Red Rose Farm questions motive plans, too?!
    As rose roots hold the dirt, I, too, hold the fabric!
    Just for this and that, little here, little there, as rain falls on roses….growing into everything and something.
    Red Rose Farm fabric, beautiful growing, quilting growing.

  108. I would love to win some Red Rose farm,
    To win, I'd let you break my arm. (poetic license there – no arm breaking will be tolerated)
    In pretty shades of pink and blue,
    This fabric is the perfect hue.

  109. There was a woman in Warwick
    who used a Red Rose Farm fabric
    to make a quilt
    but she couldn't quit
    so the quilt had grown
    and covered her home.

  110. There is a girl who moved to a farm
    Oh yes, there is cause to have alarm

    All the way from Cali
    She found out you couldn't milk a cow called O'Malley

    She thought it would be best to start up quilting
    Before the entire farm began wilting

    She came across fabric with so much charm
    Made by Elizabeth Scott and called Red Rose Farm

    She thought to herself if she could get her hands on that
    She might make a quilt to catch that damn barn cat

  111. red red roses on my farm
    makes my heart to feel so warm
    all their beauty and their smell
    invites me to rest and dwell!

    Love that fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

  112. Everywhere I look
    There are giveaways a' plenty
    Which do I sign up for?
    Oh gosh! There are so many!

    Then all of a sudden
    Out of the corner of my eye!
    I see the Jolly Jabber
    Has posted a surprise!!

    Quick, to the comment section
    I must hurry and go!
    So I will have a chance
    At smelling like a rose!

  113. why o' why do I want red rose farm?
    what a silly question of course..
    Red Rose Farm want I do not..
    Red Rose Farm needed indeed
    Red Rose Farm yearning to be..
    Red Rose Farm will be quilted of course…