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Pattern Play with the Fat Quarter Shop

Welcome back to our Friday Feature! Please welcome Kimberly Jolly as our FQS staffer of the week!
She chose the following pattern to feature this week:

Now, it’s time to announce the winner from last week’s blog post.

The lucky winner is….

I’ve been waiting to buy Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry – this could be the pattern to do it!

For a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to our website, leave ONE comment on this blog post with the name of your chosen fabric collection. Be sure to include an email in your comment!
The directions for Pattern Play can be found here.
You have until Tuesday, April 9th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, April 12th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!


  1. I think these pillowcases would look great in Comma… but I think everything would look great in Comma 🙂 Thanks for the fun giveaway chance!

  2. I am on an Indie by at Pat Bravo kick right now. I really want to try that fabric on something. Thanks for the giveaway.

  3. I think teenage girls would really like these pillowcases made in Notting Hill.What fun and flirty fabric.
    bveinotte at juno dot com

  4. I made this for myself when I was about to have surgery. I used the Lush Collection in the turquoise and pink, and it is SO pretty! Very comforting!
    Now I would like to make it in the Pirouette collection Mocha Cabbage Rose by Verna Mosquera for Free Spirit.

  5. Arctic Friends flannel because I love the theme and flannel pillow cases would be unbelievably cozy. Thanks!

  6. These are cute pillows worthy of all Princesses! Pirouette would be so pretty as the fabric selection.
    Alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

  7. I think Cheddar Delight Batiks would look great for some pillowcases for my niece. Her favorite color is orange and I could see her enjoying these Batiks as much as I do. Thanks for the chance to win.

  8. Glamping fabric is perfect for these cute pillow cases. Then I'd just need a cute little travel trailer to go with them!

  9. Since this pattern refers to the 'perfect travel size' I think the "Glamping" fabric group would be soooo perfect. There are so many prints and accent fabrics one could use to make the perfect travel pillow case! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  10. Great timing! I lost my travel pillow on our last trip. I would make this in Andalucia II by Patty Young for Michael Miller Fabrics. My email is jendewitt2000(at)yahoo(dot)com.

  11. I would make them with Riley Blake Little Red Riding Hood fabrics by Tasha Noel.

    They would be oh-so-cute with Little Red Riding hood on the main part of the pillow and then the stripes on the other edge, with the mushroom and scallops prints for the strips of squares (etc).

    Love that new line. Can't wait to work with it. But I have to finish my current WIP first. 🙂

  12. I think these pillow cases would look great in Celebrate Suess! Which would go perfect with the quilt I'm starting for my son!

  13. Since I make pillow cases for my grandsons, I think I would choose the Pirates by Makower for Andover collections. The boys would love that.

  14. Oohhh how about Happy Go Lucky? That has lots of different colors to go with anyone's decor. Thanks for the chance to win.

  15. Hey that's on my to do list! I want to use Indie by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics, have the fabric just need a pattern 🙂

  16. You'll probably laugh but i would like to try Home to Roost by Red Rooster…in grey of course…i think these would look lovely, but not for the bed…just lounging..Thank you for the giveaway

  17. Hi Kim, I would love to see this in Gypsy Girl Secret Garden by Moda with a key lime gingham hem and accents of scarlet chinoiserie…and its on sale! What could be better?
    Thanks for the opportunity

    Lou Ann Wolf

  18. I'd love to see Honey Honey for these pillows and I know my daughter would love some for her bed (she has been a pillow girls since she was a toddler!)

  19. I'm thinking Safari Soirée by Birch Fabrics would be so cute with those toucans and monkeys.
    jane(dot)bitz(at)gmail(dot) com

  20. I think Camp Peanuts by Charles Schulz for Quilting Treasures would be fun for a pillowcase.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Return to Atlantis by Jason Yenter for In The Beginning Fabrics – top pick, particularly for guys. [I'd go with Good Morning or Ticklish by Me And My Sister for gals.]

  22. I think Kate Spain Honey Honey would be perfect! I just bought a few yards of wayland in linen for pillowcases!

    Spolgar89 at gmail dot com

  23. I am in love with Blue VAriety right now, or maybe appleJack. Ahh Can't decide to many awesome fabrics!!

  24. I'd make pillow cases for my little grandsons out of Novelties by Timeless Treasures. They LOVE tractors and trucks!!

  25. I would love to make this in Rock n Romance from Art Gallery Fabrics. I would be the envy of anyone who saw it. I can even tell you I would use Shimmer Ashen Rose for the main and Chrome Femme Metale for the cuff.
    ljridge4511 (at)Gmail(dot)com

  26. Because my favorite fabrics at this moment are Honey Honey, I would make a pillowcase or 2 in that. Thank you for the contest.

  27. Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille is darling for these pillow cases! Thanks for keeping pattern play. I love the chance to win.
    Silverize at hotmail

  28. There is something about the colors and patterns of this fabric line that I find joyful. Thanks for the chance to win.

  29. I think Blueberry & Lime Boho Girl By Debra Valencia of Insights for Wilmington Prints is really cute and would make cute pillows.

  30. Cute pillow tutorial, can't wait to give it a try. I'm all about purple so I'd choose the Purple Passion Batiks by Hoffman Fabrics

  31. I'm really liking the new So Happy Together fabric & can see pillowcases made with the Hexie fabric. Can't wait to get some to play with.

  32. I totally would use Pieces of Hope by Riley Blake. So many children with Autism have sensory and comfort issues, so a wonderful pillow and comfort item like this pattern would be wonderful with Pieces of Hope! My child with autism would adore hugging this pillow! This would be a sweet pattern to make for each member of his class.

  33. It ishard to pick just a few fabrics from all the great ones you carry but I think I would go with Bella by Lotta Jansdotter for Windham Fabrics because the pillowcases would be fun and happy.

  34. My 12 year old daughter is redecorating her room in a bright pink and zebra print with a Paris theme, so I would make her the pillowcase with the half square triangles with Timeless Treasures White Paris Boutique, Jet Setter Black Polka Dots as the triangle next to the big piece of fabric, then Ticklish, Ticklish Pink Joking Around as the other half of the triangle, and Timeless Treasures Black and White Zebra as the outer cuff.