Welcome back to our new weekly feature! The directions for Pattern Play can be found here. Please welcome Debbie Taylor as our FQS staffer of the week!
She chose the following pattern to feature this week: Dilly Dally Quilt Pattern by Thimble Blossoms
Now, it’s time to announce the winner from last week‘s blog post,
The lucky winner is…
I WOULD DEFINITELY USE the blues, browns, and reds from:
Seaside Cottage by Heather Mulder-Peterson for Henry Glass Fabrics
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, November 27th, to submit and the winner will be announced Friday, November 30th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!
I would use Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry.
I would use Cloudy Chateau Chambray from Renee Nanneman.
I'd use Flirt Petite by Sandy Gervais.
I'd love to use Pee Wee Parade from Timeless Treasures (LOVE the owls).
I'd use Old Glory Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings
I would use Double Chocolat from Moda, I LOVE that fabric!
I love the double chocolat
I`d use Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille.
I would use Posy by Aneela Hoey for Moda!
I think "Out 'N About" by Caleb Gray is a really fun collection!
I would use Cuzco by Kate Spain.
I would use Tapesty by Fig Tree Quilts.
I think it would be pretty in Birds and Berries!
I would love to have the Ebony Ginko Stonehenge collection .
I would use the coming soon Ladybug Garden Yardage by Doodlebug Design for Riley Blake. The vivid pink, yellow, lime and red would make a happy quilt!
I actually already bought this pattern intending to use "Good Morning" from Me and My Sister.
Noteworthy by Sweetwater!
I would use Lorna
Comma by Zen Chic
I would like Cuzco by Kate Spain.
I would Marmalade.
I think this quilt would make an absolutely smashing Christmas quilt if made using Kate Spain's "Joy" collection. Love!
I'd choose Blush Anna Bella Studio 37 for Marcus Brothers Fabrics.
I would use FLIRT here: http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/stores_app/Browse_Item_Details.asp?Shopper_id=620611497236206&Store_id=499&page_id=23&Item_ID=77883&Parent_Ids=
I would choose Polka Dot Stitches by Lori Holt: http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/stores_app/Browse_Item_Details.asp?Shopper_id=34491026028263449&Store_id=499&page_id=23&Item_ID=71673&Parent_Ids=
I think this pattern would look really good using Earth, Wind and Fire by Exclusively Quilters.
This quilt would be unbelievably adorable using a couple of Flirt charm packs!
I would use Marmalde by Bonnie and Camile. I have been wanting to make this. Koye
My email didn't show above. Koye
I would use the new Rising Sun collection!
I would use Simply Color by V. and Co! I think it would look beautiful 🙂
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I would use A Walk in the Woods by Aneela Hoey. If I won I would purchase a Fat Quarter Shop 12 lb Grab Bag ; ) jezibels at comcast dot net.
I LOVE Joel Dewberry – so I'd say his Notting Hill line would look gorgeous for this quilt!
I love blue, so I'd use Seascapes by Deb Strain!
I'D USE 'DOUBLE CHOCOLAT FQB'!
THANKS FOR A CHANCE!
I'd use Golden Ornaments by Hoffman. Thanks for the chance.
Wouldn't this make a darling Christmas quilt with Cherry Christmas by Aneela Hoey?!
I'd use Denyse Shmidt's Waterfall Chicopee! I love that line!
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I would use Santa's Workshop by Doodlebug Designs for Riley Blake designs
I think Notting Hill would look great with this pattern.
Lori Holt's Polka Dot Stitches, for sure!
I think it would look great with all solids; I think I'd do it in Jewel Tones Cotton Couture Solids (Michael Miller)
Thanks for the opportunity!
mamai.cuilteala at gmail dot com
Oooh! I think it would look great with wools! Warm and cozy – maybe the Independence Trail in Red (Minick & Simpson)
I love Antique Rose from Lecien Fabrics. So beautiful!
I would use The Sweetest Thing by Riley Blake!
I would use Portobello Notthing Hill by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit fabrics!
This would look adorable in Simply Color!
Maybe Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry.
I'd use the Sketch fabrics! (If that doesn't count as a collection then I'd choose Cuzco!!)
I think it would be cute in Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi Jung! Thanks for the chance to win!
I think this would look cute in Flirt by Sandy Gervais.
Thanks for the fun!
I would love to try this in Splendor 1920 by Bari J.! With a medium grey background it would be stunning and modern!
Wildberry Bali Snaps by Hoffman Fabrics!!
Birds & Berries!
I think it would make a beautiful quilt with Judy Rothermel's new collection, Civil War Memories.
Marmalade! By Bonnie and Camille :)q
I would use Ashbury Heights!
I would use Zoe Pearn Designs for Riley Blake Designs "The Sweetest Thing". I am so in love with this fabric I would use it for everything!
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I would use the Cuzco collection–in the jewel tones, and instead of the white background, I'd use Kona Ash! 🙂
I would use Cuzco by Kate Spain for Moda – the patterns are fun and bright and so is this quilt!
I would use Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille…thank you for the chance to win!
tamiquilts at att dot net
I'm thinking 'abigail' by BJ Lantz
I'd used Simply Color from V&Co – I'm loving that line right now!
i would use Blitzen,Basic Grey for Moda as i would love to see this pattern made in xmas prints.
This one is easy… I would choose Cuzco by Kate Spain!!
I would choose Oh Deer! by MoMo for Moda–very cute and modern fabrics for a cute and modern pattern.
Northcott's Equinox is just lovely – and I can think of so many ways to use it.
I would use Kaffe's Spot On Charm Pack because there is such a variety of colors in those charms. I think it would be perfect for those pinwheels.
I'd choose Warmth by Marcus Dunn on a cream background for an old-fashioned look.
I would try
Urbanista by Belinda for Studio E Fabrics
Besides Marmalade (the pattern cover), think that Indie from Art Gallery Fabrics would be a really different twist for the pattern.
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I would use Cuzco by Kate Spain
I'd use Splendor 1920 by Bari J!
I like Wilmington Essentials Sparkle.
I think the clear bright colours of Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury would look great in this pattern.
I would use Marmalade.
I would use Birds & Berries
Notting Hill by Joel Newberry
I think Tapestry from Fig Tree Quilts would look great.
I think simply color by v and co would look amazing. Beautiful pattern!
I would use Coquette by Chez Moi for Moda!
I would use Dear Santa by Perry Wahe. Thanks for the chance to win.
This would be darling in Buggy Barn's Wingin' It 🙂
Mama Said Sew, by Sweetwater. Love it.
Thanks for a chance to win the gift certificate. It's an awesome prize.
Spot on by Robert Kaufman. I would use Gelato but any of the combinations would work! Thank you!
I would use "Mama Said Sew"….so fun!!
I would use Noting Hill. I love Joel Dewberry ' s use of color.
I'd use Buttercream Bella by Amanda Murphy ~ love the colors ~ so pretty!
Thanks for the giveaway!
I think Aster by Williamsburg for Windham Fabrics combined with Mardi Gras Stonehenge would make an interesting quilt. Spot On by Robert Kaufman would be great as the background fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.
Double Chocolat by Moda would suit my fancy.
I would definitely use the beautiful colors of Kate Spain's Cuzco – truly beautiful. Very generous of you and thank you. Judy C
I'd have to use Blueberry and Lime Boho Girl. I makes me smile!
Stonehenge from Northcott would be really fun in this pattern….maybe the Cool or Cobblestone?
Juggling Summer by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics.
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I love this pattern!!! I think it would look great in Moda's Marmalade.
I think the soft colors of The Sweetest Thing for Riley Blake would be perfect for this pattern. 🙂
I think my choice would be Garden Grove by Kim Diehl. Recently I had the pleasure of taking 2 of her classes and would like to make a quilt using her fabric.
Grand design, I'd love Notting Hill, it's gorgeous!
Thank you for the chance
I would use Simple Marks Charm Pack
Malka Dubrawsky for Moda Fabrics paired with Amy Butler Gold Quilting Solid Yardage for something different & modern. I adore the colors!
Pieces of Hope by Riley Blake!
lenelson at mail dot com
I would use Civil War Memories.
Thanks for the chance to win.
I'd love to make this quilt in the Ladbroke Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry!
I would use Willow collection:
My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake Designs. The soft yellows, grays, blues and pinks white a white background would be just beautiful.
I think the Blotted Inkwell by Meg Hawkey for Lecien would be stunning I'd also use the Bella Solids natural and probably warmth brown aged for the contrast.
I think it would look fun in the reds and blues of Independence Trail by Minick and Simpson!
Simply Color by V and Co. for Moda Fabricswould be my choice.
I would use Cruzin' by Barbara Jones for Quilt Soup.
I'm in love "Old Glory Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics", great great fabric!!!
Hi from Belgium!
I would choose Nottinghill Poppy by Joel Dewberry – Lots of great fabrics to choose from so it was hard to pick just one choice. It would need a bit of background fabric( neutral) to support all the color.
Thanks for the chance to win a gift certificate to your wonderful shop.
Regards from Western Canada,
I would love to use Flutter by the Quilted Fish for Riley Bale Designs. Love the freshness of it.
2wenty Thr3e from MOda!
I love the new colors kona solids thank you for a great giveaway email@example.com
I love Little Black Dress!
jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net
I would use the Civil War Melodies….I am really getting into the Civil war fabrics!!
Love this pattern – I'd love to try it in Flea Market Fancy, I think it would be awesome!
thanks for the giveaway
This time of year the pattern reminds me of snowflakes, so I make a nice cozy winter lap quilt from the Winter Warmth Flannel collection.
I would use any fabric designed by A. Hoey. Thanks for the giveaway.
I LOVE this pattern and would use Mama said Sewby Sweetwater! Also a favourite!
Pretty! I would use Ticklish by Me and My Sister. I love the bright colors!
I would go for the unexpected and choose Little Black Dress–I think the contrast between the happy-go-lucky pattern and the sophisticated pattern would be eye-catching.
I love the Moda solids.
BOHO by Urban Chicks – SWEET! I want fat quarters when it come in!! Just love it.
It would make a great Christmas quilt in Jingle by Ann Lelle to Doodlebug Design's Santa's Workshop. thanks.
Simply color by V and Co – a(dot)haun@sbcglobal(dot)net
I am drawn to Bari J's Splendor 1920. It's very different and contemporary yet classic at the same time. Very lovely!
I would use Curiosities by
Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex Fabrics
Such a cute pattern! I would make it in Fig Tree's Avalon when it is available. Thanks for the chance to win.
i love seaside cottage
I want to get Noteworthy by Sweetwater. I love (and own) all their other lines!
For a different look to an amazing pattern I would use PB&J by BasicGrey (when it arrives) – love the colors in this range.
Since I love birds, I like the collection called
Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi Jung for Moda Fabrics
I think this would look pretty in Flirt by Sandy Gervais.
Love to use the new Notting Hill. Great giveaway.
I'd make it with Seaside Cottage by Heather Mulder Peterson; love this collection-it would be great with this pattern!
I love this pattern! I would use Aunt Grace First Place! Thanks for
the chance to win!
I would use Calm Curiosities by Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex!
I would use Judy Rothermel's new collection, Civil War Memories.
Simply Color would look fabulous in this pattern! Especially playing with the ombres.
I'd use Serenade by Kate Spain.
I'd use Mod Century Charm Pack by Jenn Ski! Thanks for the chance to win.
I'd like to make this quilt up in Flutter.
I would use Mod Century by Jenn Ski for Moda Fabrics using the Cream Tweed Texture from that range as the background, the Turquoise Tweed texture for the border and the Tangerine Tweed Texture for hte binding. This is one striking fabric range I can't get enough of atm.
A Charlie Brown Christmas because Christmas is all about miracles 🙂
I would use Chateau rouge
I'd use Cuzco by Kate Spain 😀
Kaye Spain's CUZCO would do it for me… have yet to use her fabrics "firstname.lastname@example.org"
I am thinking Polka Dot Stitches. email@example.com
I would use Small Cotton Dots-by Riley Blake
I am a fan of all Riley Blake material…love it for children!
So this is what I would chose…thanks!
I would use French General favorites! 🙂
Comma by Zen Chic
I would use "Chicopee" by Denyse Schmith. +Kona Ash, Kona Iron for the border and for the binding: Sketch Charkoal Screen Texture.
I would use Cuzco by Kate Spain.
Aunt Grace First Place by Judie Rothermel with the Cornflower and white Chain as the background fabric is my favourite for the pattern
Tapestry Fig Tree Quilts for Moda Fabrics. Or Sweetwater Sew Mama Sew.
Honey Honey by Kate Spain! I think it would look super cute and fresh.
I would use fabrics from the Moonflower Penelope Five Fat Quarter Bundle.
This pattern is lovely and I think Homeschool by LB Krueger would be perfect for it!
I think I'd use Aster by Windham Fabrics but use a black background instead of white.
I would love to use Old Glory Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics
I would use Splendor 1920 by Bari J for Art Gallery Fabrics. Thanks for the chance.
Aunt Grace for this quilt! it screams for some old fashioned prints!
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I would use Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi Jung for Moda Fabrics.
I think I'd use Juggling Summer by Zen Chic
It's tough to choose only one line … but I'd choose Honey Honey by Kate Spain.
I would make this as a Christmas quilt using FQS's Deck the Halls Spot On Fat Quarter Bundle.
I would use Classic Kona Solids and have a rainbow effect.
I would use Classic Kona Solids.
This is a duplicate post, I hit submit before I added my email addy.
any of the Spot On bundles would be cute in this pattern if you're not using Marmalade (featured in the pattern), which is already perfect
This fun and whimsical pattern would look top notch with a child's theme boasting an array of colors!
Would look sweet with Castle Storybook Classics by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics available very soon!
It may be cheating, but I think it would look great in Marmalade (a line by Bonnie & Camille).
I think I'd use V & Co, Simply Color with a very light grey or light blue (kona sky) as the background for those great brights.
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I think small cotton dots from Riley Blake would look great!!
Juggling Summer by Zen Chic
I would use Double Chocolat by Moda. firstname.lastname@example.org
I like to use "mama said sew",
I love the colours red/white/grey/black,
thanks for the chance,
Great pattern and it would look great in so many different collections. I think I'd use Cuzo by Kate Spain. Avignon would also look beautiful.
Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.
I think the rich colors in Heather & Megan's Blogger Bundle would be perfect!
Camille and Bonnie's Marmalade or Lotta Jansdotter Bella would both be beautiful!
I would make it in the sweetest thing by Riley Blake. Love this feature!
I absolutely love Seaside Cottage! I plan on finally making a
quilt for myself with it. I make so many quilts for my
family members, that after Christmas, it's my turn!
I would use Fig Tree's California Girl!
I would use Shelburne Falls by Denyse Schmidt:) it would have vintage feel and yet still have that whimsical tinge. And the colours would be oh so lovely! Can't wait!
I'd use Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille. Also love Aneela Hooey's fabric lines.
I would use Vintage Modern
Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics.