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Pattern Play with the Fat Quarter Shop

Welcome back to our Friday Feature! Please welcome Alyssa Scavetta as our FQS staffer of the week!

She chose the following pattern to feature this week:
Off Track Downloadable PDF Quilt Pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew

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

The lucky winner is….

 I’ve fallen for Jubilee by Bunny Hill Designs…looks sooo soft and delicate!

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, March 19th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, March 22nd, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!


  1. I think that the bringt colors of Bumper 2 Bumper would make a great quuilt for any little guy!!

  2. Spring is coming – LaBelle Fleur by Moda has captured me. VermontPines at aol dot com

  3. Amy Butler's Spots would be great! For the background I would go with a solid white or a light grey…

  4. I would like to see it in blues like "Blue Variety by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics " I think it would make the quilt a masculine feeling

  5. I'm loving the new "2wenty Thr3e" by Eric and Julie Comstock. Gorgeous and there are cameras in the fabric. Perfect for me since I do photography! I would bind the quilt with "Mustard Modern" cut on the bias!

  6. I think it would lovely with Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill 🙂
    mrserindavis at gmail dot com

  7. I would also use Happy Tones by Michael Miller with white as the backgroud/accent color. It would be perfect for spring!

  8. I love 2wenty Thr3e by Eric and Julie Comstock of Cosmo Cricket for Moda Fabrics….. I've been waiting sooooo long for this to come out!! tamara.m.mcgee at gmail dot com

  9. I love this pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew! (And I already have it!!) I would love to use Basic Grey's PB&J or Bonnie and Camille's Happy Go Lucky!

  10. I would love to make this with an Odds & Ends jelly roll! It would bring a soft vintage touch to such a geometric pattern.

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  11. I'm going to go with Jubilee by Bunny Hill Designs like last week's winner. Those are such pretty colors!
    Silverize at hotmail

  12. Hmm, looks like blogger ate my comment. Sorry for the duplicate if it somehow got published anyway.

    Since this is a jelly-roll-friendly pattern, I would make this in the Riley Blake small gingham rolie polie.

  13. I'd love to make it with Art Gallery's Luxe In Bloom, and Kona snow, thank you so much for the giveaway!

  14. I would love to see it done…at my house in Marmalade! Thank you for the fun you provide each week.

  15. Fun pattern! How about Fripperies by Thomas Knauer. So many cute prints and colors!

  16. I decided that I definitely love Riley Blake. I would use Zoofari or Cruiser Blvd (the pattern reminds me of roads).

  17. Okay, I believe Off Track would be absolutely stunning in Comma. I've seen the fabric; it would look crisp and stunning!

  18. Since i have a thing for polka dots I'm going to select "Angela Yosten's Blogger's Choice fat quarters bundle. It's bright and colorful collection of prints, solids and blenders. And a nice bright,crisp white for the bachground.

  19. I would love to use Twenty Three by Erin Comstock (aka Cosmo Cricket). Such pretty fabrics. terrific giveway, thanks for the chance to win!

  20. I think the new Fig Tree Avalon could be beautiful on so many patterns, including this Off Track one. I'd love to try it!

  21. Hi, my name is Laura. I have just started to learn quilting. I have been collecting material from resale shops and online stores. I have this charm pack, Jubilee and it is very pretty, light pastel colors. I also have a charm pack called Nature Scape by Berntax which much dark fabric. I am also a member of BOM which is starting in June 2013. I have not done much sewing since the mid 80's. My daughter just purchased a new Brother machine and bought me a desk from a resale shop that was made in 1927. I am ready to start quilting. Thank you for your time, Laura.

  22. The Cruiser Blvd. collection would be great for this pattern. I would "flip" the pattern and use it
    horizontally. Any little boy would love this quilt.