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We are super excited to announce the winner from last week’s From Me to You post! All you had to do for a chance to win was guess which pre-cut we were featuring… so if you guessed Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi for Moda Fabrics, you were correct!
And the winner is…
“Birds go tweet tweet and make walking in the woods fun. Berries are yummy and found in woods. So I guess Birds and Berries by Lauren and Jessie Jung.”

Congratulations! To claim your prize please email codi[at]fatquartershop[dot]com with your full shipping address.
This weeks’ blog will be a little different…we want to show off the outrageous Indie collection by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics that arrived recently!

We had fun mocking up different quilts in this colorful group! It was particularly stunning in our Rooftop Orchard pattern!
‘Indie celebrates austere, “back to the roots” beauty with globally-inspired prints in an eclectic palette. Experience the spiritual journey of this collection and create your own handmade memories.’
– Art Gallery Fabrics
We are randomly selecting not one, but TWO winners this week! We have one Midnight Temple Indie Fat Quarter Bundle and one Sunlight Bazaar Indie Fat Quarter Bundle.
For a chance to win, leave a comment on this blog post saying what you might make with these Indie bundles. Contest closes Sunday, August 12th at midnight CST. The winners will be randomly selected and announced one week from today, in the next From Me to You feature.
Be sure to come back next week as we will be featuring something new and fresh!
Good luck!

483 comments

  1. I'd love to win to make chair bags for the kids at the local primary school! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I would LOVE to win the orange bundle…and I would make a mini quilt or runner…something fun! Thanks for a chance.

  3. Love this line!! I think I'd make a small quilt for the couch– that way I'd get to enjoy these beautiful fabrics every day! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I have been on a tumbler quilt roll, trying to make use of my Accuquilt! This fabric would make a beautiful throw in either colorway.

  5. Been waiting for this line to come out since Quilt Market! I LOVE it…What would i not make with it is more the question! I would start with a quilt for my bed and go from there. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  6. I'm making a charm quilt just now and need lots of different colors and patterns. These would be a colorful addition to it.
    Gloria S.

  7. I would make something that I would use everyday because this fabric is so beautiful! Either a throw for the couch or pillows for the master bedroom. Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. I would make a throw quilt for my family room – the colors are perfect!! Thanks for the chance to win such a gorgeous line.

  9. What divine fabrics especially Artist Kisses. I'd make a quilt with my Helter Skelter pattern.

  10. Beautiful fabric! I would make a gorgeous quilt to show off those fabrics to bundle up this winter in my family room. This one I would keep for myself and be stingy & not share!

  11. This is a fun forum. It's awesome to meet the designers and actually see and learn a bit about the person who's fabric you are cutting into little pieces.
    Maggie

  12. I've had my eye on the Facade pattern by Rachel Griffith, and I think a fall-ish quilt in that pattern with some Kona Bone would be a lovely addition to my quilt pile!

  13. I'd make a bag of some sort – these are gorgeous fabrics & colors. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

  14. These are wonderful colors, what a fun quilt that could be made. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks
    Ginger

  15. I'd make a lap quilt–I especially love the dark Indies bundle. What gorgeous fabrics we have available now

  16. I would love to use the bundle to make a throw for relaxing with in my favorite reading chair.

  17. I love this print! I would make the Rooftop Orchard quilt, which really shows off the diversity of this line. Thanks for a chance to win!

  18. The Sunlight Bazaar Indie fabrics would look great in a table runner, featuring the large butterflies. Love the colors and the designs from nature.

    Thanks for the chance to enter the contest.

  19. I'd love to make a throw to hang over my stair railing upstairs out of this fabric. I've found that to be a great place to display my pet projects, where I can see them everytime I pass by. This fabric seems like a very cheery collection. I love it!!

  20. Wow, thanks for the amazing chance to win! I especially love the blue bundle and would make a runner with matching place mats.

  21. I would make owl pillows and flag garlands with fabric rosettes to decorate my granddaughter's room. Then I would add some solids and make a crib quilt and bumper pad. Fabulous fabric! I especially like the Sunshine colors. My granddaughter is my sunshine!

  22. I think I would make a lap size quilt with it for my living room. Those yellows and oranges really appeal to me and would look lovely on my couch. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  23. I am thinking BOHO bags! This would make some really pretty bags for my daughters and granddaughters.

  24. Very nice fabrics I love it. If I win, I want to make my first modern quilt, this is really perfect for my idea, and I'll happy to win.
    Thank you for the chance.

  25. I would love to use the Sunlight Bazaar in a scrappy version of the Japanese cross and plus quilt and I wouldn't want to part with it!

  26. I would love to use these beautiful fabrics, either colorway, to make a fall/winter lap quilt. I could give it to someone for Christmas, or keep it for myself!

  27. I love the colors and design especially with the white sashing and I think I'll order the Rooftop Orchard patte.rn for it and even make a very scrappy quilt for a friend

  28. My six year old great grandaughter wants a quilt so I would make that for her, as the fabric is so so pretty. Jan F.

  29. My 11 yr old's sewing machine arrives on Tuesday (no more borrowing mine)!! The gorgeous indie fat quarter bundle would be a super gift for her to begin her first quilt!

  30. I love this new line! OF COURSE, I'd make a quilt and I'm thinking along the lines of 'funky chevrons'…THANKS for the chance!

  31. I am hoping to get into a "modern" quilt phase and these prints combined with some stunning solids would be a good opportunity to get that phase started don't you think?

  32. Since these fabrics are globally inspired and the Olympics are currently in progress, I think a quilt to commemorate the games would be appropriate. Thank you for a chance to win.

  33. I'd make a big king size quilt for my bed, it would be so colorful, to go along with my colorful walls, and make my bedroom a happy sunny place, pick me please ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks julie bricker

  34. These fabrics are absolutely adorable. I think they would look wonderful in a Cathedral Window or an I Spy quilt for a baby.

  35. That Rooftop Orchard quilt you showed is gorgeous! I would love to win and use that pattern to make a lap sized quilt to give at Christmas. Thanks for the chance!

  36. I would make a pillow for my daughter's bedroom and maybe a skirt for a little girl I know and love. Edna V.

  37. I would probably either make a patchwork skirt, or mix it with some other fabrics to make a quilt. It's such a lovely line!

  38. Oooh I love the colors and the great mixture of small and large prints. They look like they need to be made into a snuggly quilt for my hubby! ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. I love this collection, so fingers crossed! I think it would make a gorgeous lone star quilt, and I've wanted to tackle one of those for ages!

  40. I think I'd like to make a tote/purse and if there's fabric left over, either a wallet or pencil case! The Sinlight Bazaar bundle would be perfect for fall!

  41. Just getting the studio set up for sewing… exciting times… and what better way to celebrate that making a throw quilt for the new space with one of the indie fat quarters!

  42. I have had the single girl quilt pattern lying around gathering dust for a while now. I would love to win so I could make a throw size single girl quilt for my sister for Christmas.

  43. The Indie fabric is AWESOME. I would make a potato chip quilt with all the lovely colors. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  44. I love this new collection!!! I think this fabric would look fabulous in some sort of modern quilt pattern — that is what I would make out of it! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  45. Ooohh….the fabric looks beautiful1 Not really sure till I see it all laid out in front of me. Some type of artsy quilt that would really focus on the fabric. Thanks!

  46. I would make a lap duvet with the Indie bundle. Just got the pattern. I made one already and I love it.

  47. Would like to make a throw/quilt, and do it in a dutch pinwheel. Thank you for the opportunity to win a bundle.

  48. It would definitely be some sort of a big block quilt so you can really see all those luscious patterns & colors!

  49. I saw a great pieced throw pillow, chevron design, that would make with this and a neutral. And a matching throw would make my corner of our couch perfect!

  50. I have a bag pattern in mind for when I get my hands on some indie. I also want to make some pillow shams for my bed. Thanks for the chance to win!

  51. I have always thought with their amazing hand Art Gallery Fabrics were made for quilts – I'd definitely make a quilt if I won one of the bundles! Thanks for the giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. I'd love to make a throw quilt with these fat quarters, with some solids thrown in! I love this collection!

  53. Those colors are wonderful i think i would make a patchwork sun dress for my granddaughter.

  54. Definitely some sort of quilt. I'm booked with projects till the end of this year but I could see me using it in something next year! Beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win ๐Ÿ™‚

  55. I would love to make a porch-quilt for my mother who loves bold prints and colors. She would love these prints and colors!!

  56. I would make a throw. Not sure what pattern I would use but I think it would be what we are calling "Modern" one.I think the fabrics are suited to that.

  57. I love love LOVE Indie, and have been eagerly awaiting its release! I will be making a large snugly quilt for our living room; the Midnight Temple colorway coordinates perfectly!!

  58. My living room is neutral. I would make pillows for the couches and chairs to add much needed color.

  59. After zoning in on the detail of each fabric design, my beloved grandmother and her dresses of many years ago became vivid to me. So I would make a quilt, name it "Grandma's Dresses," to drape over "Grandma's Chair," a family heriloom that was passed on to me in memory of her.

  60. These fabrics are so luscious … Just gorgeous. If I won I would use these as The basis for a charity auction quilt that my daughter has asked to make; to support the AIDS/HIV awareness foundation her sorority supports.

  61. Hi, I would probably not make a quilt with those bundles, or maybe a picnic quilt, but I would definitely use them for a bag, or any kind of purse, or why not for storage accessories! Thanks for the giveaway!

  62. Lots of pillows! I keep seeing gorgeous pillows on blogs and in stores and I don't have decorative pillows in my house. Its one of those things on my to do list and a bundle of these fabrics would get me busy with pillows!

  63. shcreta 32'Exciting AGF collections that would make interesting art quilts, but I can also see big, multi-fabric handbags…LOTS of them! AGF fabrics are always so interesting, and you can't beat the feel of them!
    Susan C

  64. My first time on the blog….awesome. I think I would make a bag to show off the darling fabric, that way I would take it with me.

  65. I do not know what I'd make but I do know I can spend hours dreaming about it. They are gorgeous !! Thank you for giving us the chance to win them !

  66. i would use this beautiful fabric to create a quilt to donate to the Relay for Life auction next spring. i have already created 2 so far.Thank you!

  67. I am lucky enough to be purchasing a new home in North Carolina near the beach. I would love to make a new table runner for the dining room table. The Midnight Temple Indie Fat Quarter Bundle matches the colors of the home perfectly!

    Hope my luck holds out!

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

  68. I think they'd make beautiful patchwork pillowcases for my bedroom and give my plain comforter a blast of fun color and pattern.

    shel704 at aol dot com

  69. Pat Bravo's fabrics are always so scrumptious! I've been procrastinating on making my Swoon quilt and this line with a few solids thrown in might be awesome!

  70. my bedroom needs a revamp, so I would make a quilt for my bed and then use that for the inspiration for the paint colours etc.

  71. I would have to make something myself with this. It's been a while since I've kept something just for me but I love the colors in both sets:D

  72. I would like to make a throw for my sister who now lives on the other side of the country. I could wrap her in love and joy every day. Thanks for the chance to win!

  73. I would make a quilt, or maybe a bag, or maybe a table topper,or maybe…when I get the bundle it will tell me to make something else! Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  74. My daughter, Jamie, travels
    to India every summer to
    conduct research. I would
    love to make a tote bag
    that she can carry along
    to remind her of home
    (and her mom).

    ParkerVoo

  75. I would love to make a quilt for a former colleague who is an art teacher. I want to encourage him to learn to quilt as he is a painter and would more than likely produce some great work(s). But I need to motivate him!

  76. LOVE THIS FABRIC! I would definitely like to give the Rooftop Orchard pattern a whirl. Thanks for the chance to win!

  77. If I got the Sunlight Bazaar I'd make pillows and a throw for our living room. With the Midnight Temple, I think I'd make curtains and pillows for our room! christina112358 at gmail dot com

  78. I would love to make a quilt using a muslin foundation piece and applique a circle for each block and then "rag it". I think that would highlight this beautiful line.

  79. Oh they are such scrumptious fabrics, I could definitely make a mahoosive version of the Ohio star just so showcase the fabrics ! Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  80. It's not my norm for quilting fabrics, but I'd love to make a shirt out of a few of the prints, I love them so much. Thank you for the giveaway!

  81. I have two granddaughters due this fall..either color way would be beautiful! I'm leaning towards a bubble quilt using my GO cutter for one of them…a little mod and fun!

  82. I think I would just make a lap quilt for myself – I love these fabrics! (I always give away everything I make!) I would love to win!!!!

  83. I can think of so many things but rich fall colors always remind me of back to school… so maybe a cute outfit for my 3rd grader or a new messenger bag or maybe a bag for me! ๐Ÿ™‚

  84. I would probably make some pillows for the couch. Either colorway would go great! I'd also be tempted to make a bed quilt or some skirts, or some cute bags!

  85. First, start with a new bag. Then maybe something for the table. Oooh, and my sister said she doesn't have an apron.

  86. I would make a coordinating pair of quilts for the livingroom, so both of us can snuggle down in the evening with our books!

  87. I'd pair these beauties with a bunch of the new Pat Bravo solids and make some kitchen textiles for friends and family. So gorgeous!! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

  88. Gorgeous fabrics! I would make a quilt to snuggle with in my living room!! Thank you for the chance to win!

  89. I'd love to make outfits for my new
    Granddaughter, and I have been wanting to try a crib sized Double
    Wedding Ring pattern. These fabrics would be perfect! The left
    overs would go into my Postage Stamp Quilt!! Thanks for a chance to win!

  90. Midnight Temple colors would work in my bedroom. Great for a pillow? Crossing fingers and toes!

  91. I have a favorite quilt pattern that uses fat quarters. I just might make that one, or choose something new and different!

    Both fabric collections are lovely!

  92. Pat Bravo is definitely on my 'top 10 most famous people I have met list;. It was 5 years ago, at the Quilt Show By The Sea in Fort Lauderdale. My sister and I stopped at her booth. It was her very first line. Just she and her husband were there peddling her fabric line and, at that moment, she was just the sweetest lady ever and it was obvious that she had no idea just how talented she is. Her design, color and fabric quality knocked me over!! I bought a yard of every piece and since then, I have hoarded her every line. Ms. Bravo was actually apologizing to us that she had to charge a high fee for her yardage and explained to us the process of publishing fabric and how difficult it was to source the cotton, etc. I did not any apology as I was just so thrilled to have found such beauties. Her fabric is always so easy to work with and colors so vibrant and just right. I would appreciate and cherish the opportunity to be a lucky winner! I make belts and fabric flower headbands for my friends and family to wear and these designs would be great for fall and winter. Thank you.

  93. Pat Bravo is definitely on my 'top 10 most famous people I have met list;. It was 5 years ago, at the Quilt Show By The Sea in Fort Lauderdale. My sister and I stopped at her booth. It was her very first line. Just she and her husband were there peddling her fabric line and, at that moment, she was just the sweetest lady ever and it was obvious that she had no idea just how talented she is. Her design, color and fabric quality knocked me over!! I bought a yard of every piece and since then, I have hoarded her every line. Ms. Bravo was actually apologizing to us that she had to charge a high fee for her yardage and explained to us the process of publishing fabric and how difficult it was to source the cotton, etc. I did not any apology as I was just so thrilled to have found such beauties. Her fabric is always so easy to work with and colors so vibrant and just right. I would appreciate and cherish the opportunity to be a lucky winner! I make belts and fabric flower headbands for my friends and family to wear and these designs would be great for fall and winter. Thank you.

  94. These look like my vacation daydreams. What a beautiful palette. I would love to make baby #4's nursery decor with them, a little unconventional I know. But the patterns are fresh and lively yet relaxing at the same time.

    PS, reading this blog while baking cookies is not good for the cookies, lol.

  95. I would love to make a throw for my couch out of the warm Sunlight Bazaar collection.

  96. Oh my gosh, what BEAUTIFUL colors!!! I can think of a dozen projects I would make with these, from a quilt to wrap around me when I'm sitting on my outdoor swing, to a beautiful bag to use on a night out! Thanks for the chance to win these lovely fabrics!

  97. This would be used in a quilt – my first with AGF… using a quilt design with larger squares so the beautiful prints are prominent.
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  98. Hard to decide what to make I love these. Either a bag, a chevron pillow, or a throw size quilt for my living room. Love them!

  99. I would love to make a lap quilt for my friend Maggie who just had surgery. Maggie is fun, quirky and always upbeat. Although, she sounded a little down on the way home from the hospital today.

  100. I'm just finishing up a big hand sewn quilt so think some nice and bright pillows would be the right thing to unwind with. Thanks for the chance to win.

  101. I would make a quilted tote bag and cosmetic case with my daughter to keep her inspired in quilt making and sewing.

  102. How very exotic! It makes me think of arabian nights, I suspect I would have to make something for my daughter India,rob ably a lovely patchwork bag.

  103. I love these Indie fabrics. I just moved into a new home and would use them to add dash to the curtains I' m making. I might be able to create some coordinating pillows, too.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  104. Lots of people want this nice contest. As I am too. I usually have to see the fabric in person to be able to say this would be in this design, so I can't say what but I can say I would love to see what I could come up with if I were so lucky to win. Fingers are crossed and on the edge of my chiar….

  105. Sunlight Bazaar Indie Fat Quarter Bundle would be just right to make
    the Rooftop Orchard patternshown here in your blog! NIce! thanx for the opportunity to win this pretty bundle.

  106. Purple is my favorite color and both colorways feature it… yummy! I would make a warm winter quilt that I can use to snuggle with my rescue dogs on my couch. Beautiful fabric. Thanks for the opportunity.

  107. I can see the midnight colorway becoming some VERY VERY VERY cute throw pillows, table toppers, wall hanging, and everything in between! Thanks for the chance to win!

  108. Gorgeous fabrics – I would definitely make a quilt for my daughters 18th birthday as she is really into those colours at the moment.

  109. I've been a big Pat Bravo fan for a few years now, and just love this new collection to bits. I'm also a fan of the patterns by an Australian designer, Kate Conklin. I would use Pat's fabrics to make a quilt designed by Kate – maybe Sea Views, Scattered Showers or Siera's Forest.

  110. I would probably make a throw quilt for my summer house and then use the leftovers to make a quilted tote bag.

  111. I'd likely make a quilt, but I'd be tempted to make a bag. Hopefully, I'll get an opportunity to give it some serious thought. Thanks for the giveaway.

  112. definately a sofa throw to cover up with to watch some of the new Fall shows – thanks for a chance to win – laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

  113. I want to make Rae's Washi Dress, in the Dusk Afro Fusion.. but a FQ bundle would have to be a quilt. Something simple to showcase the fabrics with a warm solid, maybe a pumpkin or cinnamon colour to break up the patterns.

  114. Just looking at the colos in the Sunlight Bazaar Indie makes my nose twitch! I can smell cinnamon, cumin, garam masala, cardomom and fennel – now I can even taste them! They would make a beautiful winter throw to warm someone from the outside in.

  115. With such gorgeous colours and patterns I think I would make a quilt probably to fit my day bed.
    Either colourway would make stunning quilts.

  116. Love this fabric. I think I would use it and make an Urban Grunge lap quilt. You are wonderful to give us all so many opportunities to win something fabulous.

  117. Wow, those are both so appealing! If I won the Sunlight Bazaar, think I'd make a quilt for my great niece … big enough for her to crawl on … if I won the Midnight Temple, maybe a nap quilt for my husband … his is looking worn. Or maybe I'd just make a new nap quit for me!

    Thanks for the chance!

  118. I love this line!! I would probably make a few throw cushions for the lounge, it is in need of a makeover with some colour ๐Ÿ™‚

  119. Hmmmmmmmmmmm, I am thinking maybe a quilt. But that doesn't mean I can't change my mind does it:)

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  120. If I won Midnight Temple I would make a quilt or throw.

    If I won Sunlight Bazaar I would make placemats for my daughter.

  121. Midnight Temple Indie Fat Quarter Bundle would be used to make a pinwheel reversable quilt to be used in our master bedroom. On the other side of the quilt, I would use the Sunlight Bazaar Indie Fat Quarter bundle to make an Amish Star Quilt. This way the quilt would allow us to change up the accent colors in our bedroom, depending on our future plans. Thank you for the chance to win such beautiful fabrics!

  122. I would make a lap quilt for my mom. Thanks for the chance to win such great fabric.

  123. I am making wheel chair caddys for a local nursing home. This fabric could all some color to the solids that we got donated

  124. Love it! We're having our first cool night tonight and I'm in a quilting mood! I'm halfway through a chevron quilt and I want to make another one, this would be perfect!

  125. Six friends of mine are going to an orphanage in South Sudan at the end of this month. I would make a few quilts for the 39 children living there.

  126. They would look great in a quilt. I think I would make some fun throw pillows and use the scraps to make a tote bag.

  127. Not sure what I'd make but it is very interesting looking fabric. Thanks for making 2 of us winners this week.

  128. What to make…quilt? bag? placemats? wall hanging? whatever I choose, it'll be lovely to look at, and feel…ertyrogbeautiful fabrics!

  129. A patchwork tote bag and with some matching accessories (a kindle cover and a wallet and… whatever else I can dream up!)

  130. I would add it to my stash of Art Gallery… and finally get around to making a lap quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

  131. Are you kidding? The sky's the limit with this, it's so beautiful. I would definitely make a wall hanging or three. I love love love that there are gorgeous purples in this bunch, something that we don't see enough of in fabric lines these days.

  132. hey, I do like the rooftop orchard pattern (easy for charity quilts) and prefer the light green/blue colors, remembers me at my first car,so many years ago…
    katelijn

  133. I'd make a quilt – I just love making quilts and these colours and shapes are so inspiring

    Beryl R Downunder

  134. I'd like to make myself a lap quilt as I really love this fabric line, but it could also end up being a dress for my daughter!
    Thanks for the chance to win ๐Ÿ™‚

  135. I would probably make a quilt for some friens that just started living together some while ago. Super pretty line but no so flowery for him to disapprove…;) Terrific giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

  136. I would add some complementary solids and maybe something from my stash that would go with it for a throw size quilt. Love this collection! Thanks for the chance to win it.

  137. I would use these lovely fabrics to make a throw sized quilt for a friend who has just bought her first house. Thanks for the chance in your giveaway.

  138. thank you so much for this new giveaway.
    I'd like to use midnight colors to make something for my little girl, a dress or something for her room =)

  139. These fabrics would be great with a modern and hip pattern for a throw. That is what I think I would make. Thanks.

  140. I love this new line, very bohemian to me. Because of the large print I think a little girl's dress would be great, with some ruffles at the bottom. Even I would like to make something for me to wear, either a skirt or some kimono type garment.
    For home decor, a quilt with large blocks, such as the On the Boardwalk would show this off well. Plus some throw pillows! Of course for all this I would need to seriously stock up!

  141. I'm just getting into paper piecing so I would love to use the fabric for some of those sorts of projects ….or even a quilt !
    Thank you !

  142. I would make a wall hanging so I can look at the beautiful fabrics all day.
    Shawn In Michigan

  143. I'd love to use the fabrics for a quilt – most probably in a pattern that would combine squares and drunkard's path blocks.

  144. A friend of mine was just diagnosed with breast cancer so the Sunlight Bazaar would make a nice happy quilt for her while she goes thru her treatments.

  145. I have been waiting for just the right fabric collection for a quilt pattern that features varying sizes of large blocks. I think it would show off the Indie fabrics from Art Gallery Fabrics beautifully.

    Susan M.

  146. I love your fabrics!! The gold,orange,yellow is my favorite! I think I would add some solids or marbles with them and make a couch quilt for my dad. I love him and he loves getting homemade gifts from me. Thank you for considering me for your drawing and you have a wonderful quilt fabric site!!

  147. They would make a lovely table runner or a lap quilt- I like the quilt pattern that was used to show them off . Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabrics.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

  148. A chair throw for my Mom who's going to be 90 this November. She woild feel lovely covered in this beautiful fabric. Thankyou for such a fun opportunity.

  149. I would cut the fabric into strips and make several bags – for me and as gifts. Thanks for the chance to win! -Clara

  150. I love the Indie collection by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery. I would love to make my grand daughters a keepsake the possiblities are endless.

  151. Midnight Temple Indie is my first choice but a Sunlit Bazaar brings back spices, coffee, sweets, people,people. I would make a bag and scarf which can double as a belt, just be tied onto bag to show off.
    Thanks for the giveaway, with Pat's Bold colour and design.

  152. Hi there, I would like to make the lovely quilt shown called Rooftop Orchard. What a perfect way to showcase all the fabrics.
    Thanks, Anna

  153. Wow those are pretty! I'd like to make a bed runner, maybe using a variation of Elizabeth Hartman's New Wave design.

  154. i'd make a tablecloth and cushions for our lounge dining area.. love the rust colour. matches our new lounge..

  155. I am making small zippered bags for friends and family who support my Team In Training fundraising. These fabrics are lovely, and they would be lovely for that project!

  156. Hi! I am making small zipper bags for friends and family who supports Team In Training fundraising efforts. These lovely fabrics would be perfect to thank people who are supporting me and the LLS.

    go Team!
    And happy quilting!

  157. Endless possibilities! I would love to make a handbag. I haven't tried that yet. But looking at the Rooftop Orchard pattern makes it hard not to make a quilt! Love this blog.

  158. These are so pretty – I might try to make my Mom a Christmas present quilt with these if I were to win. Thanks for the chance! ๐Ÿ™‚

  159. I would wait to receive it and let the fabric speak to me. That seems to work everytime. It looks beautiful. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in the drawing

  160. I would probably make a cute lap quilt or table runner with this fabric. (Or some cute, simple aprons!)
    supermom82 at gmail dot com

  161. ooooo, these are really funky looking, lovin it. I think I could actually get around to making myself something this time, something a little offbeat and untraditional.

  162. I love the colors of the Midnight Temple. The colors are perfect for a bed runner for my mother. Thanks for the opportunity.