Welcome back to our Friday Feature! Please welcome Megan McHenry 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….
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, May 28th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, May 31st, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!
i've been looking for the perfect pattern to make a christmasy quilt out of Winter's Lane… and I can really see it with this one!
Of course Bake Sale by Lori Holt for Riley Blake, every pattern would look great with this line!
Indigo Crossing for an old fashion look with beautiful colours! firstname.lastname@example.org
I think In from the Cold by Kate Spain would be great for this pattern.
I'm thinking Christmas and Nancy Halvorsen's HO HO HO let it snow
As usual, I couldn't choose just one. So, I'm going with either Calliope OR Winter's Lane. 😉
I would use Happy go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille. It would be so fun,
I would like to see this in PB&J. One of the Grunge prints would be a great background.
Actually, I think I would use Architextures for this one. Give it a modern twist while still keeping it somewhat neutral colors (blacks, grays, and white).
I would love to see this using Acacia by Tula Pink – I know it's not released yet, but I think the colours would look fabulous in this design!
I must have Christmas quilts on the brain, because I'd love to make it with Aspen Frost. It would be so pretty and fresh.
Oh, so many would look great in this line! Indigo Crossing comes to mind first but a happy line like Bonnie and Camille's Marmalade would be great too!
I like the pinks and browns of Chocolate Sundae Batiks for this pattern.
How about French General Favorites by French General.
I think this pattern would be perfect to showcase Strawberries, Blueberries, and Chocolate by Judie Rothermel.
I think this would be great using Joel Dewberry's new line Bungalow. I would use a solid for the background. All those delicious colors would be great in this quilt!
I would love Winters Lane!
I love Textures by Angela Walters.
Aspen Frost would be nice;) email@example.com
Since Camille's interview about the new Happy-go-lucky fabric line was still in my head, and I love every line Bonnie and Camille have designed, I will have to go with Happy-go-lucky.
I'd choose 'Happy go Lucky'
Noteworthy by Sweetwater would be my choice.
Nancy in Denver
nkadenver at yahoo.com
I think French General would suit this pattern very well – maybe La Belle Fleur x
Midwinter Reds is the fabric line I would use.
Esprit de Noel by French General for Moda Fabrics would be stunning !
Laurie in No Texas
laurie (dot) wildflowers (at) gmail (dot) com
Hearthside Seasons by Kim Dielh for Henry Glass Fabrics would be nice!
I still love the A-B Seas, it is such a fun print and would love to make some kid's quilts with it.
It isn't out yet, but I think Ashbury Heights would look fantastic with it. Traditional type block with modern fabrics. Hhhmm. . . may need to make this happen.
Hearthside Seasons by Kim Dielh for Henry Glass Fabrics would be nice!
hello, I would choose the collection : mama said sew from moda fabrics,
and use all the reds for the stars! firstname.lastname@example.org
Fig Tree & Co.'s Avalon. It's the perfect combo of vintage feel with modern color combinations.
With the name Nanny Farnsworth one needs to make it in "Mind you P's and Q's"
Esprit de Noel by French General for Moda Fabrics
I'd use Christmas Countdown by Deb Strain ~ what a pretty Christmas quilt!
I think Independence Trail Cotton would be nice.
I would use PB & J by Basic Grey.
I would choose First Ladies.
London Fog Batiks would look wonderful in the stars. Some nontraditional fabric in a traditional pattern makes old look new!
Stephanie – Dante4043@yahoo.com
I think I'd mix Prais the King's Arrival and Bless the King's Arrival by Henry Glass. Sure would be pretty for Christmas
I would use The Morris Apprentice by Barbara Brackman for Moda. Thanks for the chance. Hope everyone gets to stitch a lot this weekend!
I'd use Comma by Zen Chic because then the blocks would look like asterisks!
I would use the royal jasmine collection for this pattern. It would take on a Baltimore Ravens look! ;0) kelly_dunahoo@ yahoo.com
I love French General and so I think these lovely units in this pattern would be enhanced by Esprit de Noel to make a super Christmas or anytime quilt. Thanks!
I like the original fabric choice with the dramatic dark fabrics. Yet, in keeping with the contest of choosing a new line, I would choose the collection Mill Book Series circa 1835. The quilt design would be a lighter sweet looking vintage quilt. I also like that this is a collection for a cause. An alternate collection is Fig Tree's Avalon, which I like because of the colorways and old-fashioned appearance. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com
I think it would be cute in Happy Go Lucky! Thanks for the chance to win! mom2ryandsis(at)yahoo(dot)com
This would be great as a classy but subtle Christmas/winter quilt. It would be pretty in Holiday in the Pines.
I would use Audra's Iris Garden by Moda for this.
I think this would be great in Old Glory Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda.
I would use the Morris Apprentice collection. I think you could do some interesting fussy cuts.
I think I'd go with Aspen Frost by BasicGrey.
Happy Go Lucky from Bonnie and Camille would be great for any design. Thanks for a chance to win.
Chateau by Timeless Treasures Fabrics would be wonderful.
Espirit De Noel for sure!
I would pick Cinnamon Spice by Blackbird Designs. Thanks!
I would use Collage – can't you just see those purple pops of color! Thanks for the chance to win!
I see Pheasant Hill and I also can see Cinnamon Spice!!
Since I'm in a Memorial Day Holiday mood, I would use Sweet Land of Liberty by Color Principle by Henry Glass. I think it would make a wonderful patriotic quilt!
Would love it with Moda Avalon, with the navys, blues, reds and cremes you could make a really american version!
I would use Stars and Stripes II Stonehenge.
I would use Espirit de Noel by French General – I love their collections! Thanks.
I think it would make a lovely Christmas quilt out of Esprit de Noel by French General for Moda Fabrics.
I'd use Indigo Crossing for this pattern – thanks for the chance to win!
I would use Durham Anew by Brenda Riddle for Lecien. I like to use sweet fabrics and think this quilt would look lovely for a little girl.
well, this will sound crazy, but I think the Fabulous Felines metallic Paw Print yardage, in the assorted bright colors, would look great as the stars. Set it against a black background and you've got fireworks in a night sky for 4th of July or New Year's Eve. Beautiful, fun twist on this lovely pattern!
Indigo Crossing. Love this line!
I would love to see a bright version made from Kitty Love tiny florals and dots on check fabrics.
Well, since it Memorial Day weekend and this pattern has those great stars, I think this would be gorgeous in Gallery Red and Gallery Blue by Faye Burgos.
Thanks for the chance!
I will make a quilt in warm color´s with Laura Gunn´s Edges
I would love to make this in RWB for my husband.
I'm looking forward to Tula's Acacia, I think it would great in any pattern.
I would use Party of Twelve by Judie Rothermel
I think I'd use Joel Dewberry's Bungalow, I had to resist not saying oval elements cause last weeks winner has such good taste!
Lots of lines of fabrics but have to say I am verrrry partical to "Espirit De Noel" and with the holidays just around the summer corner….would be perfect!
I would use Vintage Rose by Makower UK for Andover Fabrics.
I'd use Comma just because I love this line.
My newest favourite collection is Lori Holts Bake Sale, love love this collection. It would look great with this pattern.
I think this quilt would look good in Royal Jasmine by Studio 8 for Quilting Treasures.
So many choices, but I think I'll pick Twirl by Me & My Sister. I love the colors.
I would use Esprit de Noel for this pattern.
wlinda_ca at yahoo.com
I think this would pattern would look great with Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie & Camille.
I'd like to make this quilt using High Street by Lilly Ashbury. Happy Memorial Day to you all!
I would use Esprit de Noel by French General.
I would love to see this in something bright and cheery! My pick is Clementine by Dear Stella Fabrics!
12 Days of Christmas by Anni Downs of Hatched and Patched for Henry Glass Fabrics
Great pattern. I think I'll order it! I'd use Kansas Troubles fabric called Harvest Moon.
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I'd love to see this in Flats by Angela Yosten. I think the vintage feel and bright prints would look great in this pattern.
I think this traditional design would look very sweet softened up in the pastel tones of Goldilocks Storybook Classics by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics.
This would be a great pattern for Esprit de Noel Fat Quarter Bundle!
I like the idea of the Enchanted Pond fat quarter bundle. Oh so pretty. Thank you email@example.com
I would use Pheasant Hill from MODA.
I would love to try this pattern using Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille.
I thought I'd go with something totally different than the package fabrics and go with Lilly's Forest Batiks by Hoffman.
I would use Kona Dimensions by Robert Kaufman, each block a different color on a black back ground.
Sooooo many ideas….but I LOOOOOVE this pattern…and my Daughter would love it too….so I choose "Rebecca" Fat quarter bundle! (Yep…her name IS Rebecca too…lol…and these ARE her colors!)
I think it would make a nice Christmas quilt with Holiday in the Pines by Moda. Thanks. jleekamitchell(at)yahoo(dot)com
This does look a very Christmasy design, but I would love to see it in Boho by Urban Chicks – would look quite retro I think 🙂
I would use Hooty Hoot Returns. I think this pattern is perfect for anything, especially a fun happy childs quilt!
staceydayquilts (at) yahoo (dot) com
How about using Happy Go Lucky?
I think the Wild Jasmine by Studio 8 would make a striking quilt!
I think this would look good, and different, in Jubilee by Denyse Schmidt, when it comes out. 🙂
This will look beautiful in Aspen Frost and just in time for christmas! Nothing like red and green printed stars for a Christmas snuggling blanket.
I love the colours of Double Chocolat and think it would suit this pattern.
I would love Indigo Crossing in this pattern! thanks!
I think this would be great made of Aspen Frost by Basic Grey.
It would look amazing in a monochromatic range of Michael Miller Cotton Couture Solids!
This pattern would be perfect for Pheasant Hill by Kansas Troubles Quilters.
I would love to see this in light and happy colors like Bake Sale by Lori Holt or Wallflowers by Allison! Would be beautiful! Thanks!
I'm in love with several collections on your site, but I think i would make this pattern in Warbler Feathered Friends Fat Quarter Bundle Deborah Edwards for Northcott Fabrics. The colors remind me of sea and shells. Thanks!
I'm not sure if it's the name or the colours that most attracted me to the bundle of fabric that would look awesome for this quilt pattern: Chocolate Sundae Batiks FQs Hoffman Fabrics…. but it is yummy every which way!
I would love Bake Sale by Lori Holt. I love all her fabrics. firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd love to see this quilt made with Winter's Lane. Winter's Lane is my favorite, current, holiday collection. Thanks for the chance to win!
I adore S'more Love!
Christmas Countdown is one of my favorite fabric collections!
I'm in love with Bijoux right now.
kakingsbury at verizon dot net
I want to make it using Snowman Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings. It would be a wonderful winter quilt.
I love the New Colonies Bundles, in all color ways, by Nancy Gere. I would love to use a variety of the fabrics in these lines.
I have been looking at pb&j recently -I think it would look great!
Happy go lucky by Bonnie and Camille is my favorite right now.
Today I am loving the Esmeralda by Robert Kaufman but there is much wonderfulness to choose from!
Happy go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille is the one I would choose.
I love anything Lori Holt designs, but I am so thrilled with her newest line "Bake Sale"!
Thanks for the chance to win.
I think it would look pretty in the new Christmas Days bundle!
I would love to see it in Indigo Crossing.
How about something like Comma by Zen Chic, one of my favorites. This would pop out with fantastic greens, tangerine, mustard black and chalk. Thanks for the give-a-way.
I'd use Double Chocolate. I love that line.
I'd go for Lori Holt's Bake Sale!
I think the pattern would be beautiful in "happy go lucky"!
I would use noteworthy by sweetwater
Aspen Frost might get me started on Christmas projects:)
I would love to see this pattern done with the Bake Sale by Reilly Blake collection.
Thanks for the chance to win
This one would be really fun in the Sketch line by Timeless Treasures!
Happy go lucky would be my choice!
I would love this in Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille. Great collection! Several low volume options for the background.
tracy dot minyard at gmail dot com
I would love to see this pattern with Aspen Frost by BasicGrey – I think it would look fabulous!!!
I would love to see this made in something fun like Scrumptious by Bonnie and Camille.
I think Moda's Fellowship collection would be perfect for this pattern!
I would choose Summer Harvest Batiks by Hoffman fabrics.
I think I would use Lori Holt's Bake Sale line, as it would give it a modern twist.
Esprit de noel by french general would be my choice email@example.com
I love Lori holt's bake sale fabric line.
I would love to use Love and Liberty by Robin Pandolph for RJR Fabrics!
I would love to use Love and Liberty by Robin Pandolph for RJR fabrics!
Ho ho ho Let it Snow is my choice for a light and bright holiday quilt with this pattern.
This would be awesome made with Mulberry Lane by Sue Beevers.
I would use Pastry Sweet Things by Holly Holduman and make a quilt for my sweet daughter.
I think it would be fun in Happy go Lucky!
lmgardunia at yahoo
I would use Paloma by Dear Stella. I love the colors and the print would be perfect for this pattern. Hope I'm a winner.
I think it would look lovely in the new esprit de Noel by French General. I love French General fabrics.
The pattern play is such a fun giveaway- it is interesting to see all the new things in your shop.
Regards from Alberta Canada,
I would use Poinsettia and Holly by Martha Negley for Westminster fabrics. It would make a great Christmas quilt, I think.
I would use the Brisk 12 Days of Christmas bundle
I like Iris' Garden. Thanks for the giveaway.
I'd like to do it in Happy Go Lucky.
I think I would choose April's Garden.
(smjohns63 at yahoo dot com)
I've been eyeing this pattern for a Christmas quilt, and would love it in something sumptuous like Christmas Carols Metallics by Jane Maday for Wilmington Prints.
HONEYSWEET :)))) By Fig Tree Quilts
I would choose the soft colors from La Belle Fleur by French General.
I think The King's Arrival by Leanne Anderson for Henry Glass would be great. Bright and whimiscal.
Anything by Zen Chic would look great. I love all her fabric lines.
I would use Kansas Troubles Pheasant Hill for this beautiful quilt. Thanks for a chance!
I love Angela Walters' Textures – just fabulous!!!
I'd use a Esprit de Noel Fat Quarter Bundle. Perfect.
I would love to use Lori Holt's Bake Sale….love the fun colors and prints!
I would use Ruby by Bonnie and Camille
I'd pick Cluck Cluck Sew's new Wallflower line. It would look beautifully modern in this classic looking pattern. Can't wait for it to come out!
French General Favorites by French General
I like Bake Sale!
Comma by Zen chic for this one!
I would use Rita Hodge's Blogger choice bundle!:)
Claret Winter Essentials by Studio E
Silverize at hotmail
Chateau by Timeless Treasures DaisyM35@sbcglobal.net
This is a wonderful pattern. I would love to make it in Jo Morton's new line of batiks, Dovetail, coming soon.
Posh Pumpkins by Sandy Gervais for Moda. It has lots of contrasting color values that would really make those starts pop!
Happy Go Lucky for me – that would look brilliant!! Great giveaway! amycav at hotmail dot com
Avalon by Fig Tree would be very pretty and patriotic! I love the versatility of this pattern.
Love the blue variety. wish it had a FQ bundle or a layer cake!
I would use Silk Road by Debra Valencia. Something soft yet modern.
I wouldn't know where to begin in choosing a fabric line, I prefer older looking fabrics like reproduction prints.
I would use daffodil, nectar, neon and lipstick sketch for the blocks and maybe purple as the background and charcoal as the first thin border. I want to get some of the candy background dot in there too, maybe as the outer border, but not sure if that might be a bit much! Maybe as backing instead.
It would look great in Avalon!
I think Bonnie and Camille's Marmalade would be great!
I think Mill Book Series circa 1835 – Collection for a Cause by Howard Marcus for Moda Fabrics would be lovely. Fresh but traditional for a very traditional style pattern.
I love Vintage Modern by Bonnie and Camille. Thanks for the chance to win.
I would use 23 by Julie Comstock. terrific giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!
Mulberry Lane [Raspberry and Chocolate]by Sue Beevers for Northcott Fabrics would be absolutely stupendous! Thanks for the chance to win. carola at tds dot net. 🙂
This pattern would be beautiful made from Me and My Sister Design's 50 Shades of Black featured in your May 22 post.
I think I would like to use Holiday in the Pines collection for this beautiful quilt!
hulseybg at gmail dot com
This fun pattern deserves amazing fabric!! I would choose Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille!!
I think this would be really cute in Christmas fabric like Holiday Frost. I love that that stuff!
Soho Bandana by Red Rooster. To keep with the traditional feel but use colors that are a little brighter!
I think this would be fun in brighter colors like Raspberry Mulberry Lane Fat Quarter Bundle
Sue Beevers for Northcott Fabrics
Happy Go Lucky would be awesome with this pattern! So fun!