Welcome back to our Friday Feature! The directions for Pattern Play can be found here. Please welcome Jocelyn Ueng as our FQS staffer of the week!
She chose the following pattern to feature this week:
Home for Harvest Downloadable PDF Quilt Pattern by Prairie Grass Patterns
The lucky winner is….
I think PB&J would be fantastic for this pattern….hmm making a note on my pin board as we speak!
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!
You have until Tuesday, January 15th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, January 18th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!
My favorite is which ever one I am working with at the moment.
I think this pattern would look fabulous in 'Chicopee'!!
gillwatson at mailbox dot co dot uk
I would choose Pirouette.
That would be beautiful in Honey Honey!
Indigo Crossing by Minnick & Simpson
I can't wait to get my hands on PB&J, so I have to agree with Jocelyn…
Sandhill Plums would be my pick for this pattern
I would choose Rebecca by Mary Koval for its warm tones.
Vintage Modern by Bonnie & Camille would be my choice.
Being that I love BasicGrey's designs I would choose PB&J for this pattern.
I would go modern and bright with Comma.
Follow my heart would be wonderful, especially if you fussy cut the My Heart yardage for the hearts and houses
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I would make Home for the Harvest with Pam Kitty Love by Pam Kitty Morning for Lakehouse Dry Goods!
OOoooo, I like Loving Heart of the Prairie! Just because there's a heart on the quilt doesn't mean the fabric needs to be hearts too… I like the colors and the classic look of this collection with this pattern.
I think the My funny Valentine by Exclusively quilters would be phenonmenal made up as the home for harvest quilt
I would use La belle fleur from French General!
I would make this quilt in Noteworthy.
My selection would be: Fruit Stand by Michael Miller Fabrics, for a cute wall hanging for my kitchen.
I love the metropolitan fair by Barbara Brackman, would love to make a bed quilt with it.
Enchanted Pond by Holly Taylor would be so much fun in this pattern!!!
This pattern would look great in Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate by Marcus Brothers.
I think this would look great in PB&J. Thanks for the chance to win.
I would do it in a spring colour palette and would choose Birds of Paradise from Hoffman.
Everlastings by Sandy Gervais for Moda Fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!
I like Penelope by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse.
Im in love with Civil War Ladies from Marcus Brothers Fabric.
Loving Heart of the Prairie by Pam Buda for Marcus would be perfect for this pattern.
I would choose Summerlove by Pat Bravo! Cute! Laura S firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticklish would look great!
I would love this quilt in Honey Honey.
I'd pick a collection with a basic repeating motif, but a wide range of colors. Right now I'm liking Oval Elements by Pat Bravo.
Making this pattern with "Chocolate Sundae Batiks" would be fun!
I love Autumn Moon's rich, earthy colors and would use that with this pattern for a Fall gift.
Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate by Judie Rothermel
This would be a great pattern for dancing in the rain by Laundry Basket Quilts. The material has a vintage look that would lend itself to the overall quilt look. Love the heart, something unexpected, but nice.
a dark version with Tree of Life by Timeless Treasures Fabrics 🙂
I would love to make it with Flirt!
I would definately use the New Colonies collection for Home for Harvest quilt!
This would look cute in something by Me and My Sisters Designs. Perhaps their newest line, Ticklish?
I think Remember by
Carina Gardner for Riley Blake Designs would look really nice with this pattern!
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I think it would look great in Chicopee! Thanks for the chance to win!
Given the pattern's name, my first thought was one of my favorite collections–Harvest Moon by Kansas Troubles Quilters. The beautiful reds, browns, tans and blues would look both homey and sophisticated.
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I think Marmalade or Orchard/Meadow Hill Farm would look great.
I would love it in A Year to Crow About from Red Rooster fabrics. It would soft and inviting and vintagey.
I think the Dearly Follow my heart bundle would be great and also the Blueberry crumb cake collection as well.
This would be cute with Pam Kitty in all the color ways!
I'm crushing on PB&J right now!
I think Antoinette by Michele D'Amore would be great for this pattern.
HI! MY FAVORITE COLLECTION IS 'NOTEWORTHY' FROM SWEETWATER!
THANKS FOR A GRAND GIVEAWAY!
I would love to see this quilt in Bronze Shimmer by Timeless Treasures.
This would be so sweet and girly in TIcklish by Me and My Sister!
I am loving "Moda's Cinnamon Spice"
I'd like to try it in Sweetwater's Noteworthy!
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I think Cruzin' by Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup would look great in this pattern.
La Belle Fleur would be so much fun.
I love the Pirouette collection. firstname.lastname@example.org
Moda Kissing Booth is my choice. The hearts theme will go well with this pattern. My email is: email@example.com
Comma by Zen Chic
silverize at hotmail
I would love to use Indigo Crossing on this pattern.
This is cute! I think it would look great in Alchemy by Amy Butler's.
I'd love to make this pattern using A Year to Crow About fabrics.
Horizon Over the Rainbow batik collection! But of course, I love batiks in just about any pattern!
I think this would look good using Judie Rothermel's line Bold Grace in a Pickle.
Karin J firstname.lastname@example.org
This pattern would be adorable and so cozy in Bonnie & Camille's Marmalade Flannels!
This would be so rich looking in the Aspen Batiks! I also love the Star Wars and Avalon collections..
I'd love to see it in Flirt by Sandy Gervais. It would make a sweet Valentine's Day quilt!
I think this pattern would look good in Minick and Simpson's Independance Trail. They design such lovely reds.
I'd like to see this pattern in Lily's Forest or Chocolate Sundae.
I continue to love Juggling Summer prints for about anything.
I'd like to liven this pattern up with the Chalky Kaffe Fassett Collective Fat Quarter Bundle!
I'd use Cuzco for this one, I think! (my Kate Spain obsession continues, lol!!)
Thanks for the opportunity!
I'd have to pick Flirt.
Love this pattern! So simple, yet stunning. I think it would be fun to make with a bunch of different Micheal Miller Ta Dots!
Kissing Booth by Basic Grey. The little heart shape in the corner and then the colour scheme would covey the Valentine theme, but not be overwhelming. I love churn dash blocks. If only I could finish the one I have gone on now.
I like Pirouette by Verna Mosquera for Free Spirit.
I would choose Larkspur Lovely!!! I just love flowers and purple!!!!
My first thought when looking at the pattern was "Fall." I think August Moon by Faye Burgos would make a stunning quilt using this pattern.
TICKLISH by Me and My Sister ! the colors and designs are so HAPPY during this blah dreary winter !
Cruzin' by Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup for Henry Glass Fabrics would be adorable! thanks
gussek at hotmail dot com
I think Eden's Dream by Angela Brumby for Studio E Fabrics, would look adorable for this quilt!
cherie.goyer at gmail.com
I love Abigail Fat Quarter Bundle
BJ Lantz for Quilting Treasures!
I like Loving Heart of the Prairie by Pam Buda;she was just at our guild in Novemver.
I think Noteworthy would be perfect for this pattern!!
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I would pick FLIRT by Sandy Gervais for Moda. I think the cute prints with hearts in them would play off the heart applique in the pattern very nicely.
'Flirt', the colors and all the hearts would be so pretty!
I will make this with Kate Spain's Honey Honey 😀
Prairie Rose by Sue Daley Designs for Riley Blake Designs. I think it would look wonderful.
i would choose Noteworthy by sweetwater! bumblybzs at gmail dot com
Pam Kitty Love would be perfect for this pattern!
I would chose Flirt. Thanks for the chance to win.
Ooh, I would love some "Double Chocolat" please by 3 Sisters. Maybe a side dish of Doyble Chocolat as well to go with my coffee. LOL
There are sooo many lovely bundles, but maybe Civil War Journals. It's so classy looking, and this lovely classic pattern would go well with small prints and warm colors 🙂
I would choose follow my heart by Lynette Anderson. Some great fabrics as always on your website.
Nice pattern too.
Regards from Western Canada,
Since I have a big bundle of Chicopee winging it's way to me, I'm visualizing this quilt pattern made with it.
I'd use the "In My Room" line for this quilt!!
I'd use Pam Kitty Love. I think it'd make a perfectly sweet quilt.
Was soooo hard to choose…like so many! lol Then saw "Lansdowne Road" Entire Collection of Fat Quarters Collection by Robyn Pandolph!!!! THIS is definitely my pick!!! Loooove it…and think is PERFECT for this Quilt!!!
Picture it in Good morning by Moda and white solid. Nice 😉
I think Home for Harvest would look great in Simply Color by V and Co.
I would like to see this quilt in Madison Manor by Jo Morton.
I can't help it … the Noteworthy collection by Sweetwater would be gorgeous in this pattern!
I would love to see this pattern in Seascapes. Thanks for the chance to win.
I think the colors from Noteworthy would work perfectly with this pattern.
Would love this in Black, White and Currant 4 by Color Principle!!
I would love to see Honey Honey by Kate Spain in this pattern!!!
Noteworthy by Sweetwater! Isn't it a friendly fabric line?!
I would consider using Posy for this pattern.
I think it would be fun to make this pattern with Jason Yenter's Deco.
I'd love to see this in Noteworthy – love that collection!
I think Marmalade would be fun. Thanks for the chance.
Love the colors in Zeal Chateau by Renee Nanneman for Andover. Looks like a cute fun pattern. Have to put it on my wish list.124
I think that pattern would be really cute in the Once Upon A Time line
I think this would look amazing in Ty Pennington's Glowing Fall Impressions 2012. Thanks for the chance!
I think Michael Miller's "Aqua and Red" collection would be beautiful.
I think I would use Pam Kitty Love!
I can picture this in Flower Sugar. I love the combo of floral prints and the colors.
I'd love to see this quilt made with Sakura Park.
I would love to see this done in Dahlia Deco. Gorgeous fabrics that I think would make this quilt look spectacular!
I'd like to try this in Tula Pinks Saltwater.
Odds and Ends by Cosmo Cricket for Moda.
I think that Eden's Dream collection by Angela Brumby for Studio E Fabrics would be absolutely lovely.
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That pattern will look awesome in Double Chocolat by 3 Sisters for Moda.
I'd probably use Delight by Jackie Shapiro and fussy cut around some of those flowers for center squares. Lots of trouble, but I have a feeling it would look neat!
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My choice is Felloship by Brannock and Patek, I love the rich colours in this range and think they would compliment this pattern. Thanks for this giveaway chance. Cheers.
All Around the Town would be my choice
I would go for The Morris Apprentice by Barbara Brackman. Gorgeous fabrics.
It would be fun to do a bright version in Curiosities by Nancy Halvorsen. I love churn dash blocks.
I'd love this in Return to Atlantis by Jason Yenter (when it comes out)!
Thanks for the challenge!
I think this pattern would look great in any of the French general fabrics.
LOVE Deboule Pirouette – it would make a gorgeous quilt for my daughter. Thank you for the chance to win!
I love the upcoming 2wenty Thr3e! That give this quilt a fresh up to date twist.
I would use Noteworthy. Thanks!
I think that Eden's Dream collection by Angela Brumby for Studio E Fabrics would make this quilt look great!!
As it's getting near Valentine's Day I'd use Crush Pam Kitty Love with a little Delight Pam Kitty Love thrown in ~ love that line!
I love the oh deer collection especially the silohettes. Thank you gor a great giveaway.
French General favorites or Rouenneries Deux! 🙂
I would love to see this in Ticklish by Me & My Sister. I am IN LOVE with that line right now!
Thanks for the great contests!
I'd love to see this quilt in Blueberry Crumb Cake by Blackbird Designs! I think the different shades of blue and brown would be make this quilt stunning and cozy!
I'd probably choose Pam Kitty Love Crush.
I would pick the Autumn Moon Collection as the name of the pattern makes me think of fall, pumpkins, a fire burning in the fireplace.
I would choose vintage modern – love this line.
I think this pattern would look great with Blake Riley's Mystique.
I just love, love Marmalade and that would be my choice. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity. Judy C
I would use Comma!
I think this would make a great valentine's quilt in Kissing Booth!
I think Metropolitan Fair would look perfect in this country setting.
I think "Heart of the Prairie" by Marcus Brothers.
I think this would look fantastic in Flirt by Sandy Gervais for Moda Fabrics. The colors would really pop.
I would like to see this in Pirouette by Verna Mosquera.
i would like to make this in "noteworthy"
Vintage modern would be great for this
I'd love to do this in Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate! YUM!
I think Harvest Moon was made for this pattern!
After yesterday's post on Noteworthy, I think it would suit this pattern beautifully. Another great giveaway!
I think Follow My Heart
by Lynette Anderson would be perfect for this quilt!
The variety of color and pattern in "Women of Courage" by Nancy Gere for Windham Fabrics would be very nice for this pattern.
I love that pattern. The lone heart adds just that touch of "sparkle". Good choice Jocelyn!
I think this would look great in Sandhill Plums by Kansas Troubles.
Little Sweethearts would look so cute for this pattern.
This may sound strange, but I love the Star Wars fabric! My son belongs to a group the raises money for children's charities in Canada. They all have Star wars costumes. I would make pillowcases for them to auction off. They have raised over $1 million dollars their first year. Thank you for the great giveaway.
My new favorite is Noteworthy. I love everything by Sweetwater!
I think I'd love it with Art Gallery's Luxe in Bloom with the pale pinks and lovely blues in the line!
I'd choose Independence Trail for this pattern; sparks my creativity!
Home for harvest would look beautiful in Florentine by Peggy Toole for Robert Kaufman. It's also a great play on the word "harvest".
Think this would look great in Michael Miller Cocoa Berry
I think Blue Jay Baby Birds would makethis a cute child's quilt.
I would make in with Chateau Rouge.
I think Dancing In The Rain would be great with this pattern!
I really love Follow My Heart. That would be beautiful!
Strawberries, Blueberries, and Chocolate would be great!
So many favorites!! Still like Marmalade and Blueberry Crumb Cake, but PB and J is so pretty,too, Great giveaway, great blog.
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Harvest Time a year to Crow about would be neat to use on a quilt like that.
I would love to see that pattern in strawberries, blueberries and chocolate from Judy R. Always a fantastic harvest when chocolate is included.
Chateau chambray would be my choice
I think it would be fun to use Honey Honey for this pattern.
I'm fond of Pb&J.
I think I would have to choose Tapestry by Fig Tree Quilts.
I'd make it up in Summer House by Heather Mulder Peterson
I want to use La Belle Fleur by French General for Moda.
I think the Bronze Shimmer collection by Timeless Treasures would be a perfect fit for this pattern!
You have so many great collections. I think I would go with Luxe in Bloom. Thanks for the chance to win.
I think either Sorbet fruit or Ahoy Mateys would work well with this.
I would use Noteworthy by Sweetwater.
Glasgow IQSC Square in Square by
Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics would be stunning in this pattern!
I'd choose Comma for this quilt! 🙂 Awesome pattern! 🙂
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I would make this quilt in Kindly Follow My Heart by Lynette Anderson.
Loving Heart of the Prairie – Pam Buda Marcus Brothers would be perfect 🙂
Hi, I would choose Cinnamon Spice by Blackbird Designs for Moda Fabrics for the Home for the Harvest Quilt. So lovely & 'vintage-y without being too dark.
I'd like to use Honey Honey.
I would love to do this in either Avalon by Joanna Figuera or Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie & Camille!
Love to see this pattern in Ticklish by Me and My Sister Designs!
I'd pick Cozy Summer House
I think Good Fortune would be lovely in this pattern.
Oh – that pattern would look great in so many different lines of fabric but my choice would be Noteworthy. Yum and thanks for the chance to win!!!
I would love to see this pattern done in Shelburne Falls.
I am in love with Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate. I would love to use it with any pattern.
I love Ocean Madrona Road.
Tapestry by Fig Tree and Co. would be great.
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French General. I dream of French General. This pattern is perfect for French General.
I would like to see this in the new Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate.
I would choose vintage modern for this pattern.
I think Sweetwater's Noteworthy would look great in this pattern – it has the variety of colors to work well.
How about Pleasant Summer House?
Little Black Dress Fat Eighth Bundle
BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics would be lovely for this patter
Little Sweethearts in the Andover Fabrics Collection.
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I searched through many fabrics and I think Serenade by Kate Spain is a perfect match! The warm colors just say Fall and Harvest to me, especially with the leafy fabrics, and butterflies. Love it!
My choice is Harvest Moon by Kansas Troubles.
It would look great in Mystique.
I like Flirt! sarahbethe at yahoo dot com
Chicopee. I think the small scale patterns would work really well with this quilt. Thanks!
I think this would be wonderful in Marmalade…absolutely beautiful!
I would love to slowly tune in to Valentine's atmosphere and choose Little Sweethearts Fat Quarter Bundle
from Renee Nanneman for Andover Fabrics.
My first thought went to Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate for this pattern-timeless and beautiful. email@example.com
I love 1800s reproductions, always have. I am really loving Judie Rothermel's Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate because it's so bright and cheerful compared to many 1800s. It's one I could make a little girl's quilt out of, which I just love!
I think this would look good in Simply Colour 🙂
I think this pattern would look nice done in Avalon by Fig Tree.
I would choose Pirouette as like the fabrics with reds and browns and a touch of pink. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com
I think Serenade by Kate Spain for Moda would do well. firstname.lastname@example.org
I would use Judie's 25th Anniversary by Judie Rothermel ~ I think it would showcase the fabrics.
I like Gypsy.