if...

22 July 2009

if you had a $50 gift certificate to the fat quarter shop,
what would you buy???

spill the beans.
inquiring minds want to know.

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188 comments:

Callipygian said...

My first Moda charm packs: Santorini, Momma's Apron Strings, Boutique, Eva, and Happy Campers.

Erin O. said...

Oh, I have a list...I'd start with Neptune and work my way through Sandy Gervais' fabric and then end with a bali pop or two!!! Yup, charm packs are addicting!

Staci K. said...

I would start with a Santorini by Lila Tueller charm pack and maybe a Persimmon Deer Valley by Joel Dewberry fat quarter pack. OR maybe a jelly roll and a charm pack, or maybe some 1/4 yard cuts - or maybe a pattern and a jelly cake, or maybe a ...

Ruth B said...

I would definitely get some Morris Workshop fat quarters...maybe even a fat quarter bundle! I have the new Michele Hill Morris book and I would love to use the new Morris prints!!

Sherri said...

I would save it until I could buy more "Simple Abundance" or "Mill House Inn" or "Odyssea!" And I think your blog is an awesome QUILTING blog!!!

Moneik said...

Poky Little Puppy fabric. I love it!

Lee said...

oh gosh I don't know where I would start. Since I am just building a stash anything is wonderful and even better if it were with a gift certificate...but I am not choosy.

Colleen said...

I would buy that Pumpkins and Spice kit they have with the latest fabrics from the Whimsicals line :o)

Michaela said...

That's easy. I'd buy as much Neptune as I could get my hands on. I want to make a quilt for my brother who is currently deployed on a submarine : )

As soon as I saw Neptune, I knew it'd be perfect.

~Kim~ said...

Charms, charms, and more charms!! I ♥ charm packs!! I love the one of each, and size to play with!

But then I go to the layer cakes, and then Im craving a dessert roll. Go to the jelly roll page, and but then I see the honey buns! Then its over to the charming jelly cakes. Then add it all up, it adds a fat quarter to the waist, better lay off the turnovers..LOL

Have fun deciding!
:)
~Kim~

Karen said...

Think I'd go to the Clementine table first, although I should get started on my holiday sewing...I might have to include a few holly and berries along with some snowmen and let's not forget that jolly ol' soul...no, I think it would have to be some luscious wool to hand sew a Nativity...does the FQS sell wool??? Yes, that would be what I would buy...I think...oooooohhhhhh, I can't deside...I'm glad it's you and not me having to make that decision...have fun;)

Brittney said...

I love charm packs so I'd choose from: Neptune, Hushabye, Authentic, Eva, and maybe something Christmas-y like Have a Sheri Berry Holiday. I think that would put me darn close to $50 and boy do I love those charm packs!

Jessie Keating :: Tiny House said...

It would be a tough decision, but ultimately I might choose the bright polka dots FQ bundle, and maybe a few turnovers because I really want to try piecing with triangles, but I don't want to cut them. I think I'd get Happy Campers.

Ginny said...

All the acadia fabric I could, of course.

badlandsquilts said...

I would get a set of Jingles flannel FQ - it gets VERY COLD in Minnesota!

Katie said...

I would get Moda yardage...because I am desperately wanting to make bedding for my baby girl. BUT i would have a very difficult time choosing between Wonderland, Snippets, and Neptune! This was a difficult question... :)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

If I had a $50 give certificate from the wonderful Fat Quarter Shop I would immediately order a Patisserie Charming Jelly Cake by Fig Tree Quilts for Moda Fabrics.

Molly said...

I would order any charm packs that took my fancy! I seriously have a charm pack problem! :)

thornberry said...

Yardage and fat quarters from Full Bloom by Bari J. Ackerman, and yardage and fat quarters from Summer Soiree by Paula Prass. I'd make clothes for my daughters and use the rest for quilts...

Sue Stubbings said...

I would buy yardage of Wonderland - I have 2 charm packs of this already and would make my little 1 year old grand daughter something cute for christmas

Kim West said...

I would buy some bali pops or I would put it towards a bolt of cream moda solid. I could finish soo many quilts with that moda solid...

Daisy236 said...

Firstly it would take me all week to decide...their fabric is to die for. I like either jelly rolls or the fat quarter bundles in Spring time Nature-ology..(yummy colours) or Flamingo Whimsy, again the colours are amazing! Failing that any Yardage of Amy Butler...see I told you it would take me a week to decide!

Lorraine said...

I would be hanging out for the new French General collection .

Crafty Mama said...

If I had to stay within $50, I'd get several Santorini charm packs, or the Mezzanine FQ bundle, but since my b-day is in 2 weeks, maybe my dh would be nice and let me have the whole Santorini fat quarter bundle and pay for the rest;-)

Cindy said...

I would buy a Mezzanine fat quarter bundle!

Rebecca said...

hmmm...there's so much I want lol. Right now though I really want some Henry Glass bubblegum basics and Michael Miller spa group...oooohhh and a charm pack or two of Gobble Gobble!

Quilt Nut said...

some Collections for a Cause-Legacy

Sue said...

OMG, there is way too much to list, just give me a bit of everything please

Stina said...

50 dollars .... to shop for...that would be a dream come true.. I would definetly go for some lovely new Shirting fabrics listed on their site... so I could finish up something yummy with my chocolate and strawberry repro fabrics... need some cream to it..:o)))

Jeanne said...

Man, what a decision. Definately would purchase a Moda pre-cut item. Have my eye on the Christmas collections as well as the Halloween/Fall selections as well.

Katy said...

I think it'd have to be the michael miller funky christmas FQ bundle, or if I was feeling a little bit cheeky I'd put in an extra $25 and buy the hushabye bundle.

Or...or...or...or (it's a toughy - there are a million things I'd buy right now!)

Kritta22 said...

I'm more of a fat quarter kinda gal.

It would start me off on a great collection of Cottom Blossom!!

Barbara Myltschenko said...

A couple husyabye charm packs and a moda basic jelly roll so that i could make my niece a stunning quilt for her first birthday!

DIDI said...

Well first of all I would have to take some sort of pill to calm me down... then, when all my senses were working again I would buy the Mezzanine Fat Quarter Bundle.
It took me a coffee and about a half an hours hard work so I hope your next question is easier :)

Biquiños

Lilly said...

I would buy Spring Magic Charm Pack
April Cornell for Moda Fabrics, Mist Palette Teatime Floral Charm Pack Lakehouse Direct Fabrics and the Multi Palette Teatime Floral Charm Pack Lakehouse Direct Fabrics.
It would be great ^^

Melissa said...

I've never had any Erin Mcmorris fabrics, so I'd love to get a fat quater bundle of aspen wildwood and then a couple fo half yard cuts of the fern wildwood patterns!

Jackie said...

I would definitely buy fabric. I would have to sit and do a search as to what I would add to my stash, but it would hands down be fabric, no patterns. God knows I have enough patterns. Although, then again, there are lots of great new ones coming out everyday.

Jacque. said...

hmmmm...that's one difficult question. But, I am loving Wiscasset and Kansas Troubles Vine Creek (as well as their Kansas Winter) right now. Drooling over them, in fact. So, charm packs and whatever I could get in one of those collections...that's what I'd spend a $50 gift certificate on.

Stacey said...

i would save it to buy a fat quarter bunch of simple abundance!! that's what i want to do, and that is without a $50 head start ;o)

Pat said...

I would TRY to buy fabrics in colors that are lacking in my stash (but no guarantees I'd not revert to my all-time favorites of greens and blues!!!)

Nichole said...

i think i'd get a fat quarter pack of joel dewberry's deer valley in azure. i really love those colors.

Brenda said...

Probably save it for the French general fabric everyone's talking about.

Becky said...

The new shirting fabrics, Astor Manor by 3 Sisters of maybe just wait for the line by Minick and Simpson. Oh, there's also French General. It would be hard to decide :) Good luck in choosing!

peaknits said...

omg, It would be so hard to narrow down. I would like some charm packs to play with - Sheri Berry Holiday and Carolers (though I probably need a fat quarter pack of that:) to start and a Birdie Charm Pack when it is available. I would like backing for a zig zag quilt I am working on now, something fabulous. I would like to just dream about it a bit too!

Amiechan said...

I got down to 2 fat quarter bundles, and that was a task for a heroe! :D

1. Green Oh Boy by David Walker
2. Kiwi by Alice Kennedy

If I got a gift certificate I wouldnt stop until I had spent at least as much money as the certificate was woth. :D

Aimee said...

ooh - that Moda polka dot FQ set has my name written all over it. Throw is some charm packs and I would be a happy girl! : )

Holli said...

First, the Sturbridge Village Harvest charm packs with coordinating fabric so I can make your table topper in Thanksgiving theme (I've got everyone coming this year - YEAH!). I think that would about cover it, but I'm sure I'd have to add some more, need solids all the time. And, it's the FQS, everything's good!

Kristine said...

After I regained consciousness, I would order 2 Northern Solitude charm packs and a Frosted Memories jelly roll. Exactly $50 - perfect! Then, I'd probably have to go lie down again to recover....

Allison said...

I would probably get a Hushabye jelly roll and backing fabric--I have a niece on the way and it would make such a pretty quilt!!!

Artsy Momma said...

I am lusting over Summer Soiree and would want a fat quarter bundle.

Anonymous said...

Sommerset Cottage in Yellow and Pumpkin and Spice in Vanilla. The list is long but those would be my top two. One can dream, can't they?

Rosemary

PunkiePie said...

I don't know. My FQS wish list is so LONG - I wouldn't know where to begin!

Cindy said...

I'd probably have to go with all the new Moda lines coming out. Love them all!

Taiya said...

I would buy 2 Figgy Pudding Honey Buns, since I already have one, and I need more to finish a Christmas quilt I want to make. Although once I got on there and REALLY started looking I would probably find a lot more I wanted to buy and my $50 would become $100.... or $150... :D

Kelly O. said...

I'd get me some charm packs although after seeing jodi's project on MBS I might try a turnover too....
Figgy Pudding is HIGH on the list.
Followed by Wonderland, Authentic (so awesome!)Simple Abundance, Hushabye, Panache (eerily reminds me of Wonderland--that's why I like it) and some robot fabric. I need some solids as well
and I think I would go WELL OVER my said $50 gift certificate!!
:)

Bev C said...

Heavens above,the decision would be too hard but it would be fun. Have a happy day.

onlymehere said...

I love the Kansas Winter line and have been picking up a few here and there for a project. I like the colors you had pictured also. The hard part is stopping at $50.00 right now as I have much to do for Christmas! If I had $50.00 to spend there though it would feel like Christmas came to me early. Sigh.....I miss Santa.

Leah said...

I would stock up on Moda charm packs, starting with the Crazy Eight, Frosted Memories, and the Pumpkin and Spice pack. And I agree with Taiya, its hard to stop at $50. :)

wishes, true and kind said...

I would probably start with a Jennifer Paganelli Soul Dance With Me FQ bundle and then add an Amy Butler Midwest Modern 2 FQ bundle, then desperately wish that $50 could stretch a little farther. I would be tempted by the Practical Bag and/or Flea Market Bag Patterns by Tanya Whelan and the A Girl's Best Friend Quilt Pattern by Abbey Lane Quilts. And finally, I would be so excited by all the inspiration of fabric-y wishing and dreaming, that I would haul out my WIPs and sew, sew, sew!

Barb said...

I would order a new Bali Pops and a white fabric to use in three quilts waiting for white connecting strips!

Slack said...

I'm a little obsessed with Neptune right now...from the comments it looks like some others are too! But I've got a number of charm packs so I'd have to buy Neptune yardage. Yum!

audrey said...

I'd be all over the Figgy Pudding!! I adore basic grey scrapbooking paper and their fabric is no different. <3 me some Figgy Pudding!

Robin said...

hmmm...such a hard choice! I would have to say a French General Layer cake to add to my collection of fabrics for my king size bed quilt....and some happy campers fabric...maybe some charm packs too!!

Carol said...

I love the Fat Quarter Shop and I shop there all the time. If I had a $50 gift certificate here's a few things I would like to get, it would be hard to choose just one. American Patriot Fat Quarter Bundle, Chloe's Christmas Fat Quarter Bundle or Vine Creek, Kansas Troubles, I would get the Jelly roll and and Layer Cake.

tami_f said...

I think I'd start with Neptune...that is, of course, unless I got said GC in September....then I might be tempted to wait and order as much Sweetwater "Authentic" as I could get!! LOVE that stuff!

Tami

Heather said...

I can't believe you are having a hard time spending that gift card. Looks like you have enough suggestions so I'll just say, "Hi!" :)

Nancy said...

Charm packs in doubles and some Moda Bella cause I have never used it (we can get Kona, but not Bella) and then if there is any money left over I would get more charm packs...LOL

mom2three said...

since you asked... I'd save it and buy as much of that new french general line that I can get my hands on in the fall. I'm so drooling over that line, and it's making me insane to wait for it!

Emily said...

Anything by American Jane: Snippets or Happy Camper take your pick

Micki said...

I would get tons of Michael Miller fairy frost.
Micki

Patchwork Penguin said...

I would save it for the new Blue/Yellow line by April Cornell that is coming out this fall. I saw the info on the FQ Shop blog..... had to back away from the laptop to keep from drooling on the keyboard

LeeleeFL said...

I would get as much Full Bloom as I could. I fell in love with Bari's fabric when when posted her gorgeous quilt pattern with the lovely border design. Love it-of course if I had endless ducats, I'd just buy more Figgy Pudding and Oh Cherry, Oh! and all the Full Bloom and so, and so on and so on!!!

Heather said...

I would get some Mezzanine, some Summer Soiree and some Latern Bloom - hmmm.. all from Michael Miller - how coincidental - LOL!!!

~Michelle~ said...

I comtemplated this very question a couple of weeks ago: http://www.haveyoumetus.net/michelle/blog/?p=869

luvtoquilt said...

Tough question, but I think it would be fabric for my next project, Anne Sutton's Rabbits Prefer Chocolate. I've already purchased fabric for your Christmas Table Topper, so that's in the works as we speak. By the way, I love listening to Legends of the Fall when I read your blog!

Cheryl said...

As many charms packs as I could!

dogwood said...

Well, that was a fun way to burn oh, a lot of minutes (I'll leave it at that, lol)! I'd have to go with the fq bundle of Fiona by Anna Griffin.

Annelies Dease said...

A bundle of fat quarters of Tanya Whelan fabrics. Lucky you....have fun shopping!!! XXX Annie

Strlady said...

Easy! I would get a Layer Cake of Wildflower Serenade II by Kansas Troubles Quilters. I would also throw in a couple of Charm packs!

bairdmtn said...

LOVE the Morris Butterfly quilt kit and ALL the Rebel Roses fabric! DROOL! DROOL!

ferne said...

There are a couple of April Cornell Fat Quarter Bundles calling my name. I'm sure I would have no problem spending lots more at Fat Quarter Shop!

acecraig100 said...

There are some really cool patterns I would love to have. Icing on the Cake by The Pattern Basket, The Big EZ Quilt Pattern by Bloom Creek, Box Cake Quilt Pattern by Cozy Quilt Designs, Nana's Attic Quilt Pattern by Crazy Old Ladies, No Place Like Home by Heartspun Charms, Done in a Jiff and Made In America by Heartspun Quilts, Star Power by Pieces from my Heart, etc. I better quit. I could go on all day!

May Kristin said...

I would buy me some Patisserie by Fig Tree Quilts, because I bought me some when I went to Seattle in april, and gave it away when I came home! And I have felt a little bit sorry for that since then, because I can't get it here where I live!

tki said...

I used to read poky little puppy to my daughter when she was little, definitely alot of that and also the Krystal Blue because I love blues and that is the way I spell my daughters name.

Kathy said...

I would save it for "Simple Abundance" and Pumpkins and Spice...Love Fat Quarter Shop!

Tiffany said...

Figgy Pudding! Love it ;)

Hestermania! said...

i am really enjoying the Mezzanine fat quarter bundle ($46.75). i love the vibrant colors and the patterns. i get so many IDEAS just looking at it. too bad i can never find nice fabrics like this at garage sales or thrift stores =(

Wendy P said...

Wow! $50 bucks to spend!

I would have to get the Moda Basic jelly roll in sugar, cause I am doing the quilt along 2 with Crazy Mama Quilts and I'll 2 1/2" sashing in off white. Then I would buy a fat quarter pack of Oh Boy! in blue and some coordinating cuts for my new grandson. He is so spoiled! I can't help myself!

jabeybaby said...

Well personally I love charm packs and would definatly get a few of those, but that Patisserie Charming Jelly Cake has really been calling my name!

Purple Quilter Queen said...

Well - now that you ask...I was just over there shopping! I've got some Moda packs in the cart as well as some Alexander Henry prints for a sweet little baby quilt. Oh the possiblities are endless. I'm still not done shopping. Gift card or no gift card - I'm gonna shop! teehee Jenn

Nicki C K said...

Without question I would want SO many things! BUT...I would totally buy everything I could from Patty's new line Mezzanine! I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

dotti white said...

It looks like lots of us would enjoy spending $50.00 at the fatquartershop. I know I do....I probably would wait for the simple abundance fabric. I really can hardly wait!

annette said...

OMGoodness, hands down, no hesitation - Laura Gunn's Lantern fabric. I have a birthday coming up in September and am hoping to spend a little $$ on that fabric. LOVE IT!!!!

On another note. I see that you'll be participating in dqs7... looking forward to seeing what your create.... like your style!

Amy C. said...

Hm....I think I'd get some of the new Sorbet line from Moda. I forget the designer, but they're soft w/o going too far down pastels and have a great modern paisley look.

Rachel said...

Well... I'd start with a Patisserie jelly roll to go with the charm squares I won in a giveaway. Then, probably I'd buy some yardage to coordinate. Then, I'd be able to make a whole quilt!

Or... maybe I'd buy some fabric to make another dress or skirt. Yes, I know FQS is supposed to be for quilting, but their fabric is yummy enough to be worn... so I do.

What Comes Next? said...

Glace Charming Jelly Cake! Okay, I'd have to chip in a bit of my own cash, but what fun I could have!

Robyn *Ü* said...

Have you been looking at my Amazon wish list? I would buy some Legacy and some Civil War Homecoming fabric to start with. There are 2 patterns I want from Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.; Birdseye and Circle of Friends. There are also a couple of Fig Tree quilt patterns, Petit Fleurs to start with, then there is fabric to go with that. I could keep going but I think I've already surpassed the $50 mark.

Doris said...

Some of Patty's Mezzanine and a Lecien Sushi Roll, just for fun...

:-)

elle said...

I would get a Neptune Honey Bun, a Wonderland Honey Bun, and a Figgy Pudding Charm Pack. I ♥ Moda Fabric right now!

Quilt Hollow said...

I'd have to join a BOM!

tmac said...

I would pick out some Fat Quarter Bundles!

Karen said...

well ... this would be tough .. i have had my eye on the practical bag pattern by tanya whelan, so that would be first .. and although i would have to wait, i really want some authentic by sweetwater and mill house inn by fig tree ... karen ca

Sara said...

I would buy:

Clementine Layer Cake and Santori and Spring Magic charm packs...

Alyson said...

Talk about a big question! I actually need lots of solids...so that's where I would go first but after that...Erin McMorris's Wildwood! Looks like you might have had fun shopping!

Annie of Blue Gables said...

OH, I would go Moda all the way. In fact, I just did that at our quilt shop, $200 worth of Moda. LOVE it! Now to do something productive with it, before it goes out of style
~a

Cryssy said...

Ooooo, as much orange (for my son) and purple (for my daughter) as I can find. I'm pretty new to quilting and don't have much stocked up!

Anonymous said...

I'd buy the "stuff" I need to get started making a quilt on the machine my mom just set up for me right next to her machine. I am pretty much scared to the dickens about sewing my fingers together. With $50 I'll bet they have a thread puller right?
polly from KS

Kristie said...

I would choose the Wonderland Jelly Roll, MoMo for Moda. I recently made a bag out of this fabric and would love to have a full size quilt using these beautiful colors, that way I could enjoy them all the time!!!

paula, the quilter said...

I have been attracted to the Bonnie Blue neutrals and would probably start there. Then round it off with some various charm packs.

onthehilltop said...

Not even a question...lantern bloom! and lots of it!

sweetbabies00 said...

Hushabye..... until something else caught my eye.. no Hushabye, ummmm The Caroler looks nice too, no, no NO, Hushabye. I think.. hehehe

So many great fabric choices these days, we are so lucky!

lizzie said...

more patisserie..Love it and then maybe hummmm then maybe more of everything...I have a sickness!!

Donna said...

I think I'd add a few dollars to it and get the Patisserie Charming Jelly Cake. Yum!

Susan said...

A toss up between Harmony Cream & Tan Fat Quarter Bundle
Jan Patek for Moda Fabrics and Vine Creek Almond and Straw Fat Quarter Bundle
Kansas Troubles Quilters for Moda Fabrics..Lovely fabrics!

katherine renee said...

so many choices! maybe a Wintry Holiday Magic Fat Quarter Bundle by studio E for a lap blanket for my mom for Christmas. oh! or a Indigo Fat Quarter Bundle
by Timeless Treasures Fabrics for my brother. he wants a black and blue quilt, and those aren't too girly. ooor, maybe either of the nature.ology fat quarter packs by studio e, for a possible wedding quilt. there's so much on this website!!

Candy S said...

I'd hoard it for French General...or Simple Abundance...or maybe Hushabye...or maybe...you get the idea. I'm a horrible decision maker. I'd just spend enough to get them all.

Sandie said...

Anything cause it's all awesome!

Lucia said...

Definitely some Tula Pink something. And I've been itching to get a colorway (or two) of Lizzy House's Red Letter Day. Fun, fun!

Janice said...

I would buy me some Neptune! I've been eyeing it for so long, and it never goes on sale!

carol said...

After visiting the fat quarter shop, I thought I had visualized what I would select (but a very hard decision). Then I started reading all the comments. So Off to the shop to see what others were selecting. Oh, the power of others in making a choice. So I changed my mind several times. I think now that I have visited at least four times tonight, that I would pick my very first jelly roll, honey bun would also work, the charms are also interesting, and after much wishy, washy decision making, I think I would go for the Morris selection. So beautiful. I also enjoyed the kits and patterns.

Nice to wish - slow down. Interesting question.

amylouwho said...

I'd save it for some hushabye. And not just because you posted about it the other day!

ladmquilter said...

I would by hushabye and neptune they are the fabrics I have been wanting lately.

Dawn said...

a few charm packs and then a few more!!

Anonymous said...

I love fat quarter shop! They even happily (and quickly) ship to military APO addresses - love that! I would buy jelly rolls for quick Christmas gifts for family. I also love their scrap packs, it is a huge box full of suprises!!!

--Kat

a good yarn said...

Wow, were you exepcting 125 plus comments? My spend? Wiscasset, Simple Abundance and Aster Manor. What's that you say? More than $50 worth. Drat! I can never stay within the budget.... Ann :)

Deb said...

Disco Dance with me and Soul Dance with me Fat Quarter bundles by Jennifer Pagenelli and if there's any left over a couple of honey buns, not fussy, any would be fine. But what I'm really really hanging out for is Authentic by Sweetwater. Oh my goodness, it's to die for! [sigh]

Chris said...

Oh, That is easy!! I have several gift projects I need to do. Sooooo..I would pick out several charm packs, maybe Glace, Venetian Holiday, or Crazy Eight and Fabulous Fall, or Figgy Pudding, Kansas Winter...oh the possiblilities are endless!! and then I would pick some yardage to go with the charm packs...It would so much fun! :)

Claudine said...

J'adore votre blog, tout y est très joli, c'est un plaisir de s'y promener, à bientôt !

Jane said...

I would probably spend hours scrolling through the options, trying to decide and then getting nervous so changing my mind... but would probably end up with some of my favourite fabrics - momo - in charm squares, jelly rolls, layer cakes, basically whatever I could get my hands on.
(oh, and realistically, do the 'inquiring minds' really think I could limit my purchase to just the gift certificate? hypothetically of course!)

janelockrey(at)gmail(dot)com

Miss Nancy said...

The fat quarter shop is a great shop. With a free $50 gift certificate I would buy charm packs and yardage of Patchwork Heritage. Except most likely I would buy whatever struck my fancy at the moment. A lot of times that is what gives me ideas and inspiration.

Gnomemade said...

Possibly some cute Christmas Honey buns, and some Santorini fabric!

jaybird said...

turnovers!! because so far that is the only pre-cut i didn't purchase yesterday at quilt festival!!

Love 2 Quilt said...

Full Bloom by Bari J and make that wonderful quilt pattern that goes with it. I LOVE that quilt.

JenR said...

I'd hang out, waiting for Panache, or maybe Love U or maybe Hushabye, or I'd decide I couldn't wait and get Glace. :o)

Carrie P. said...

Oh man, I don't know. I have such a hard time making decisions. Maybe something Christmasy since I don't really have anything right now.

Ursula said...

i think i would get something from the clementine line or maybe pungkin peers...too many wonderful choices. good luck choosing.

CJ said...

Patisserie, preorder - Authentic, some Mill House. It would go fast I can tell you that!

Allie said...

I would need to get my hands on some Lantern Bloom!

Vivian said...

I would get Spring Street Fat Quarter Bundle. I love the colours!

miniaturequilter said...

I would buy some of the figgy pudding fabric, it's gorgeous!

Alissa said...

I love the Neptune line, and would need to stock up on that. I have lots of baby quilts to make for friends in the coming months, and love that collection!

amandajean said...

i'd shop in the sale section so my $50 would go farther. or else authentic from moda. i love that line.

haighfamily1 said...

I'm loving the Kansas Winter line. Specifically the Kansas Winter Charming Jelly Cake


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Jacque. said...

ohforpetessake, Rachel. Ask a question like that...get a bazillion comments and then you disappear and don't tell us why you were wondering???

Hope you're having a great weekend!

Leslie said...

right now i am in love with the Summer Soiree by Paula Prass for Michael Miller. The colors are so bold and fun. I think that is what i would buy.

Adrianne said...

Figgy Pudding, lots of it so I can start on Christmas gifts!

Julia said...

Hmmmm.....I would get charm packs in Soiree (2) cuz I want to make a coin quilt. And some yardage fore the back of it.

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Sara said...

I would pre order the new American Jane Happy Campers line.

karmpjs said...

Moda Jelly rolls with extra Jelly! Neptune or Soiree!
Or go directly to the Christmas store some great holiday fabric for your Christmas Table toppers which I <3! Have a good day!

Becky said...

I would load up on Michael Miller and Amy Butler charm packs and make disappearing 9 patches till my Hubby had me committed ;)

Adrianne said...

I know it's only July, but I would love a bundle of Christmas fabric, Snow Flower by Free Spirit.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

$50 worth of fat quarters! Well, maybe not, but it's so hard to pick when you know you're not really going to get it. All their stuff is so nice and all the new fun fabrics are just too yummy!

MGM

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Oh gosh $50.00 at Fat Quarter Shop! What a great that would be. I first would go through every single fabric in the store! Then decide. Probably get fabric for my daughter's wedding quilt.

Erzebat said...

$50???? great googly moggly! fall is acoming....Im thinking,...pumkin and spice? halloweenie (my favorite time of year) or maybe...joel dewberry....or something manly for manfriend....of cuties wootsie for aprons...I cant decide, but I will if'n I have too *grin*
(mauh) Liz

laura said...

Go online to Fat Quarter Shop and listen very, very closely to the fabric that calls your (my) name!

Melody said...

Melly and Me patterns and some Glace' fabric. I Love the FQS!

Anonymous said...

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ocean said...

您還在為~~~~~
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網頁優化 網站排名
排名行銷 搜尋行銷
自然排列 網站優化
seo 關鍵字 seo排名
而煩惱與困擾嗎!!!
您仍然選擇關鍵字廣告被有心人惡意點擊呢!!!
只要成為首頁科技網路排名即可免費喔~~
1.免費虛擬主機
2.免費修改網頁
3.免費架設部落格
4.免費論壇登錄
5.免費網站登錄
6.知識+回答
任選六組關鍵字”首頁”價格最多只要6000/
同業做到的,也許是你所想要!
我們做到的服務與價格,卻是同業所無法想像的!

Terriaw said...

I would buy some of the Hushabye fabrics, maybe a jelly roll or the quilt kit.

Linda F. said...

Hi Rachel, This is my first time at blogging. I am very excited as I have just completed my first quilt. If I had a gift certificate I would buy the Poky little puppy to make my daughter a lap quilt or the Glace by 3 Sisters or the Kansas winter as I love the colors. Thanks Rachel for my first attempt at blogging.

Country Log Cabin Quilter said...

My favorite color combo is red, white and blue!

Kim West said...

As I said before, I would either put it towards two bali pops, or towards a bolt of moda basic cream (so I can use it to finish all those projects I have been putting off).

Dandelion Quilts said...

I would love some charm packs...can't ever have too many, can you? Or maybe some Amy Butler. That would be cool too.

rachelmp said...

I would have a really, really good look and find something brave for a block exchange!

Joy said...

Ooooh, $50 to spend at Fat Quarter shop .... well I don't know what I'd spend it on, but I know I'd have a fabulous time choosing :o).
Hug,
Joy :o)

ange_moore said...

I have just fallen in love with Cogsmo by Cosmo Cricket and can't wait for Snorkel by Cosmo Cricket to be released. And I would also love some Authentic by Sweetwater! Basically anything I can get my hands on that's not available in Oz...

cornbreadandbeansquilting said...

Hi Rachel!
I blogged about it =)
melissa

cornbreadandbeansquilting said...

I am pretty sure I would go for the Rouenneriers line by French General for Moda. I have been dying to get my hands on this, but it doesn't come out until October. If I won do you think I could save the GC until then?? LOL dought it. It would burn a whole in my pocket. LOL

Melissa

rj said...

White muslin, and blue and green prints, including plaids. So requests my son, re a quilt.

Betty said...

I would get fat quarter bundles of Simple Abundance, Rouenerries, and Roses De Noel. Think it would stretch that far?

miss~nance said...

I owuld buy a few more Jelly rolls - just because I can........

Gail
Australia

miss~nance said...

I owuld buy a few more Jelly rolls - just because I can........

Gail
Australia

Anonymous said...

I'd start with Erin McMorris' Wildwood collection.

wendy
happyvalleyhome AT yahoo DOT com

Ina said...

I would pre-order French General's gorgeous Rouenneries fat quarter pack! Then I would have to sit and wait until October when it is actually released by Moda. It would be painful but I'm strong!

Prissy said...

RIGHT NOW my favorite color combo is blue and yellow....... a mix of fabrics in each of those colorways. I'm working on redecorating a new guest room using those colors for the bed cover quilt and the matching curtains. Now, when I start a new project my favorite color thing will probably change, depending on what I'm working on THEN.

Prissy said...

I'm following you.

scrappinrobyn said...

I always wanted to try quilting, my mom did it when I was a child so I think I would purchase the Liberty Home Quilt KIT Robyn Pandolph for RJR Fabrics, so I hope I win :-)

Nadine said...

OMG, I would immediately order 1930 repro fat quarters !!!
I'm living in a small village in Belgium, with ONE single quilt shop (a small one), and I can't find those wonderful fabric collections.
XXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
NADINE

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

I know I should be practical and get some coordinating yardage, but I'm in love with charm packs! I'm like a kid waiting in line in the candy aisle...gotta have some!

Leigh said...

Gosh where would I start w/a $50 to FQ Shop. This is my favorite shop. I'd browse the 50% off first, then the kits (they have THE BEST kits). I'm sure by that point I'm beyond $50 :)

Janet said...

There are so many beautiful fabrics at the fat quarter shop it would be hard to choose. It would fun picking something though.

Suze said...

Hoping I'd stretch and buy something different than anything else I have! What an opportunity!

Brenda said...

I'd make a down ppayment on either the Rouenneries quilt kit or the FQ Rouenneries bundle.

Anonymous said...

I'd buy a kit to make a girl's quilt for my GD for Christmas. Bright, cheery and girlie!

KB said...

Oh, my too many choices! Maybe some blue, some green, Moda, .....my head is spinning!

Mary Ellen said...

Whoa, now that is Christmas, birthday, Mother's Day, and anything else that you could squeeze into and onto it giveaway....I feel so limited to just one color combo....blue/yellow
red/white.....blue/yellow....red/white.....sigh, it's like picking off the petals of the daisy.....

Bonnie Nyquist said...

I have been waiting for the Birdie fabric by Moda to be available in Sept,I am on their waiting list,,I love that fabric so much, I would buy it all!

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