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

The lucky winner is….
Jamie Lee Cooley
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!

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, June 4th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, June 7th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!


  1. I'm liking the Riley Blake 'Tone on Tone' dot collection. For some reason I've recently developed a fascination with polka dots!

    And thanks so much for sponsoring giveaways!!

  2. This would be lovely in Bouquet by Annette Tatum for Free Spirit. I think the low contrast would be beautiful!

  3. I think this would look fab in Noteworthy (then again, what wouldn't?!). Or I might be tempted to wait until Bonnie & Camille's Scrumptious line comes out …. mmmm

  4. I like Sandy's new line, Nature's Christmas. It has traditional and primitive style fabrics and would make a beautiful christmas quilt.


  5. I made my (yet unfinished) Double Take with Moda Flirt. But I think it'll look gorgous in Moda Avalon, too!

  6. I would definitely use Avalon for this pattern….thank you for the chance to win!!


  7. I'd love to use Fig Tree's Avalon fabric. ( if I weren't going to make the obvious choice of any Bonnie and Camille collection-love those, too!)

  8. Happy Friday! I have fallen in love with Pat Pravo's designs, so I would go with Carnaby Street for Art Gallery Fabrics. Thanks for the chance! –Jennifer


  9. I think this pattern would look great in Villageware tole for a vintage meets modern look.


  10. Holiday in the Pines would be a great starting point for this quilt. When its hot out I start to think about Christmas quilts.

  11. I would choose Winter's lane Kate and Birdie paper co. by Moda. It would be great to have 2 Christmas quilts ready for gift giving!!!!

  12. I think I would mix this up with the checkered pieces being black and white with a bright pink background. Here's my choices Debonaire fabric

    Shades of Black jelly roll by Me and My Sister for the jelly roll

    Moda Marbles Bubble gum pink 9904 … 1.75 yards for the background
    And .50 yards for binding.

    Shades of black black tickles dot yardage 22195-32 … 3.25 for backing

  13. Honestly, I don't think it gets much better than what it is done in, Happy Go Lucky. But since I am feeling summery, it could be fun in Coastal Mini Series.

  14. This screams Thirties repro to me! I think Storybook Classics by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics would be totally fetch!

  15. Too Many wonderful choices. I like Josephine, Breakers Bali Pop, Rum Raisin bali pop and Aspen Frost. Huge fabric dreaming here!

  16. I'd like to see this quilt in the Shelburne Falls collection. The wide variety of designs and colors would be beautiful in this quilt.

  17. I would like to see the Double Take quilt made with the Comma Jelly Roll
    by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics with coordinating green, orange and black "circles".

  18. I would pick a jelly roll and charm pack of Baby Jane, by Eric and Julie Comstock for Moda Fabrics! I love the colors, and the patterns. I think this would be perfect for this pattern!

    cherie.goyer at

  19. I think this would be fun in Technicolor by Emily Herrick. Technicolor would result in great quilts for tweens and teens of both genders, which aren't that easy to come up with.

  20. Since autumn is coming soon, I would select "Eerie Halloween by Timeless Treasures Fabrics". It will be fun to see owls & co in the hexagons and crosses as well as backgrounds.

  21. I would use Winter's lane by Kate and Birdie. It would make a fun holiday quilt. Those circles look like snow balls to me!


  22. Comma Jelly Roll
    Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics
    This is my favorite for the Double Take pattern

  23. I just love Lori Holt's Bake Sale fabric line! The colors are so vibrant and cheery!

    Thanks so much for posting the pillow case pattern! It is greatly appreciated and the Little Red Riding Hood fabric is adorable!

    Have a quilty day!
    Dawn Frisch

  24. I would make Double Take with Holiday In The Pines. Beauiful colors.
    wlinda_ca at

  25. Scrumptious and I have been known to change my mind too, as have yet to absorb all the new collections from Quilt Market. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

  26. Love the new Baby Jane for the jelly rolls and a charm pack of Moda bella
    solid in matching light/ cream

  27. Would love this with Sweetcakes by
    Doodlebug Design for Riley Blake Designs for this pattern; would make a sweet girl's quilt.

  28. I like romantic prints, albeit would more likely use these in a sweet quilt or bathroom than a kitchen. I do like the idea of coordinating the shower curtain and towel sets for a guest bathroom. Thanks for the chance. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com
    (the mother of the mother & daughter quilters Margaret and Marcia)

  29. from Margaret Quilts – the mother of the mother & daughter quilters Margaret and Marcia W.

    Bouquet is the fabric collection that would like to use, and hope to locate the same blues and navy that Alyssa Scavetta shows in the Thimble Blossoms photo. I love that blue and navy contrast.

    Thanks for the chance to enter the contest. This is a gorgeous quilt design.

  30. I love bake sale by Lori Holt- she creates such fun and fresh looking fabrics.
    Thanks for the chance to win one of your wonderful gift certificates.
    Regards from Alberta,

  31. So Cute! I would love to see this made in "Cherry on Top" by Keiki. I think it would make a great "I spy" type of quilt!

    Sandy A
    scotty4me93 (at)

  32. I would make it with Boho by Urban Chiks – the colors and mix of prints would make it such a great summer quilt!

  33. I would choose Yo Gabba Gabba for this quilt, I think my 8 month old granddaughter would absolutely love it!

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