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Pattern Play with the Fat Quarter Shop

Welcome back to our Friday Feature! The directions for Pattern Play can be found here.  Please welcome Sarah Price as our FQS staffer of the week!

She chose the following pattern to feature this week:
Sweet Jane’s Lovie Downloadable PDF Pattern by Sweet Jane’s Quilting and Design

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

The lucky winner is….
I absolutely LOVE the colors and patterns in Elegance Splendor 1920’s by Bari J. I would use that since the dark grey is a terrific base color for a purse.

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, December 18th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, December 21st, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!


  1. I think this would be beautiful with "The Sweetest Thing" by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake. The colors would just pop right off the quilt!

  2. I think it would look awesome with some Honey Honey and maybe some coordinating solids. Or for a bolder choice – Salt Water with a deep blue solid for sashing. Very versatile patter!

  3. I would give it a try with the new Sayomi FQ fabrics from Hoffmann! It would certainly look very elegant and a wonderful quilt for the winter days!

  4. I have gobs of Kaffe Fassett fabrics, but have used up most of the spots. I love them, and that's what I would get — I'm thrilled there's a bundle of them1!!

  5. I just love Fat Quarter Shop and my current favorite fabric line is "Pam Kitty Love". Soooo cute! Check it out everyone!:)

  6. Sweet Jane's Lovie would look great in Cuzco by Kate Spain. the colors are bright, pretty, and just plain fun.

  7. This pattern would look cute done in Round the Garden by Mary Engelbreit! It reminds me of raised bed gardening and the prints would really accent that. 🙂

  8. Sweet Jane's Lovie would look absolutely wonderful in the Riley Blake Hello Sunshine. Love the fun and delightful colors and patterns.

  9. I think this pattern would look adorable with All Hands on Deck! by Jack and Lulu for Dear Stella, especially if you fussy cut the little fishermen and whales for the center of the blocks.

  10. I would love to see this made with Tula's Saltwater – it would be a great pattern to show off the larger prints in the centre of the blocks.

  11. As soon as I saw this pattern, I knew the fabrics I would use to make it. I think it just screams Chicopee by Denyse Schmidt. Thanks for the chance to win.

  12. I really love Cuzco and Oh Deer. The bright colors are so amazing! Cuzco has a great tribal like design and Oh Deer has great simple patterns that incorporate nature. Fabulous! foxycleopatra66[at]hotmail[dot]com

  13. I think it would be very pretty in Flirt by Sandy Gervais- soft and romantic looking – perfect for a girl's room.
    Thanks for hosting such a fun Friday show.
    Regards from western Canada,

  14. Great pattern choice. I would love to make it up in Hello Sunshine by Lori Whitlock for Riley Blake Designs. Her bright & cheery fabrics would make a perfect quilt for a little girl I know.

  15. Juggling Summer Zen Chic by Moda would be my fabric collection choice because all the colors appeal to the college student in my house. Coming in second would be Simply Color by V — I've got THAT fat quarter stack on my Christmas list! couey(at)cox(dot)net.

  16. Hugs & Kisses by Studio 8 for Quilting Treasures because you could make it look lik beribboned boxes of chocolates.

  17. There is so many to choose from, but one is keep coming back to me and that is Simply Imagine by Red Rooster. I love those colors !!

  18. If I were to win, I would use my gift certificate toward a Ticklish Fat Quarter Bundle. Yum! soparkaveataoldotcom

  19. Such fun! This pattern would like great in Sandy Gervais' Flirt collection. I would change it up just a bit and use the Blue Bird solid in place of the white.

  20. Ooo, I think this pattern would look great in Pat Bravo's Indie collection. Lots of options for showcasing in the middle square, with great blender fabrics to highlight them!

  21. I'd pick Zen Chic's Juggling Summer, with Bella solid silver for sashing, and Bella solids sand, ochre, mauve, betty's teal, and Clover for the solids in the blocks.

  22. There are quite a few lines that would work well, but I stopped first on Coastal Tonga Treats [Timeless Treasures]… lots of Moda and Riley Blake lines that I would like to try with that pattern as well, but I'd start with the batiks.

    carrie dot orourke at gmail dot com

  23. Now it could just be that I am currently crushing on Deep Sea Jewel Out to Sea by
    Sarah Jane for Michael Miller Fabrics but I think that would look super cute as this quilt!

  24. I would use the Textured Basics prints in teal and tangerine along with a solid white to make the prints really stand out.

  25. Let's see, I would use Dark Chocolate by 3 Sisters. I would use a dark chocolate brown for the sashing, it would set off the lighter colors so fantasticly! It's such a lovely collection!