blogger's choice.

15 June 2011

blogger's choice.

i'm loving this stack of lovelies, aren't yall?!?!
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if this was in your stash, what would YOU make???
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♥ rachel

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62 comments:

LT said...

What a fantastic bunch of fabrics! I think if I had those, I would probably make a Shoofly quilt with them.

stichnRN said...

looks like a baby/toddler quilt to me. wonderful colors, fun polka dots,or as my great-neice says, "podda dots, pleasing to the eye.

Dianne said...

hmmmmm...maybe a cool dresden plate quilt

RaeLyn said...

The first thing that came to my mind was some tiered ruffle skirts for my girls, then a fun baby quilt with the leftovers :)

Purple Quilter Queen said...

Pinwheel beach quilt.

Angie said...

a fun summer picnic quilt... so bright and cheery!

mmbickhart said...

table runner hostess gifts galore!

ellie said...

my first quilt! I would make my first quilt! I love these solid/patterns. Totally my kind of thing!

Briawna said...

I'm slightly obsessed with pinwheels these days. So I'd probably make a fun summer pinwheel quilt with this beautiful stack. I love stacks of fabric. They make me feel happy.

Sara said...

The blues and greys I would use in my quilt that I am currently working on.

The rest for the next quilt:)

Anne said...

Some of my favorite colors! What a beautiful baby quilt they would make, light and airy and lovely! Yup, I'd make a baby quilt.

Rita said...

Soo great colors!Our two little boys need a Summerquilt for the bed!Now is to hot with the winterblanket!
And with the rest I can do a beautiful scrabquilt!
Regards, Rita;)

KZK said...

I have another stack of fat q's they would play nicely with - I'd love to do a wonky 9-patch!
KZK

Laura @ live.laugh.photograph said...

so pretty!! I would make my daughter a dress and myself a cute patchwork purse!

Sarina said...

Cute! Love the aqua & whites. Maybe a cute swim tote. Or some cute "pillowcase" dresses.

Ann MT said...

Love these! I would use bits of them to practice Cathedral Windows - think they would make lovely pillows!

Kari Nitzel said...

This would make a great wedding gift for my nephew and his beautiful bride. As far as what pattern? I will have to figure that out, something soft and romantic looking.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I would make a sunflower quilt and a fresh summer bag

Amy said...

I would make a colorful tote for summer - colors & patterns are great!!

My Baby James said...

I'd make a new outdoor adventure quilt for myself and the family. I've always liked the Easy As Cake quilt from Moose on the Porch Quilts
http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/02/easy-as-cake.html

Tsigeyusv said...

I'd design a "scenes of summer" applique quilt. Maybe include some beach scenes, bbq, summer drinks, beach balls, a car loaded to the gills for a car trip, laundry on a line. Images that make me think of summer. I'd then use these summer time fabrics to create that quilt.

pinsandneedles said...

I would make a flowering snowball summer picnic quilt. Love it...thanks!

Peggy said...

Oh i love these colours. great choice ;-)). I don't know what i would do with it but i do know that i would look at them and put them away and take them out to look at them again and just touch them. I know i am weird. but when i like a fabric i can't bring myself to cut it. I just like to stroke the fabric!!!

Amy said...

i would give the melly pattern a try!

angelina_lover said...

Oh wow! These colors would go nicely on my bed ;-)
I would make a quilt! Not sure on pattern but definately a quilt!

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I'm a purse/tote and quilt person. With this variety of fabrics, it would definitely be a quilt. I wouldn't know what pattern until I had the fabrics in my hands and could look through patterns. What a lovely collection of fabrics. Fantastic giveaway.

Lauren said...

I would make some bright place mats to use during these warm summer months.

Sara said...

Pinwheels, my most favorite EVER!
or a bento box, which I have been dying to make!

Patti said...

If these were mine I would make a baby quilt out of them, because we don't know the sex of the baby and these would be perfect for a little girl or boy.

Rosa said...

A baby quilt and a bag or tote.

Alicia said...

I'd make a baby quilt for the grand child we're expecting in November!

Pieces to Love said...

I can see a kaleidoscope with those beauties. Every time I see lots of polka-dot fabric it reminds me of my dad saying someone was wearing dancing polka-dots and to me kaleidoscopes make your eyes dance.

Lindi said...

Definitely a pinwheel quilt plus a pair of pants for my 1yr old Grandson, and a dress or skirt for my 4month old Granddaughter. :)

Smeeker082 said...

This lovely stack would be a baby quilt for my baby due in Sept! I would like to do a circles quilt or raw edge squares

Pat said...

It looks like a happy quilt to me, maybe a wonky dresden plate. Love the colors.

Life In A Pink Bunny Suit said...

This IS in my stash...the UPS man delivered today!

Life In A Pink Bunny Suit said...

This IS in my stash...the UPS man delivered today!

Sami:) said...

I would use these to make a disappearing 9-patch quilt! The fabrics are so pretty, i would want something kinda simple to show them off:)!

Angie said...

zig zag or farmer's wife quilt.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I would not make anything with them for a while...I'd just look at them and feel them and smell them! Not quite sure I could bring myself to cut into such a delicious pile of loveliness!

MGM

Melissa said...

I would make a quilt with different sized circles. Like happy bubbles floating all over.

Lana said...

Well, I just found out there is going to be a new baby in our family...sew...definitely, a new baby quilt from me! I love your little blog...it's my fun stop on my day!

Leena Salleh said...

polka dots are fun...so am thinking of doing up floor pouf/pillow for the family area....to cheer it up a lil bit. :)

Sarah41367 said...

These bright colors would make a beautiful quilt to add to my new decor! I want to make a quilt with different all different kinds of stars and these fabrics would be wonderful for that project!!

The College Knitter said...

If this were in my stash I would use it in my hagon quilt I am working on :)

li cricket said...

I'd make a patchwork purse!

principeta said...

I love this colors,amazing.Perfect for summer bag and daughter's blanket.

SHALEEN said...

A "smitten" quilt for my Granddaughter who is my most precious gift!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

What a stash! A lap quilt would be my choice off the top of my head.

Rhonda and Julie said...

Pinwheels, pinwheels and more pinwheels!

Liligo said...

They remind me of ice-creams, so I'd love to make a mini quilt with circles and triangles like ice-cream cones.

pinkquilter said...

OH OH OH How wonderful! The first thing that came to mind was a wonderful summer quilt! To lay under a tree and have a wonderful picnic!

LuckyLou said...

So so awesome! I love the dots and I think I would do basket weave type design similiar to a disappearing nine patch (kinda like a picnic basket) to use out enjoying the summer

2ne said...

A summerquilt for my space outside in the garden :-) Love this bright colours.

Rose M. said...

These are just screaming summer! Let's see, I think a pinwheel quilt with these colors would look amazing. And with leftovers I could probably make a Mini Bow Tucks Tote for me! Thanks for the chance.

Oh, was there a winner drawn yet for the SewFabulous $50 gift certificate yet?

jessilane said...

I am making a retirement quilt that would look great in those colors - it is a word quilt.

Bree said...

I am going to have these!!! LOVE IT~ and most likely, I will make some stuffies from it..those fabrics just scream PLAY WITH ME, to me...so I am going to make something to play with.

Slovenka said...

I would make a summer table cloth ia trip aroound the world fashion.

Elena said...

Wow, what a great, bright stack!!! And I love that they're doing this series with my fave bloggers. It just seems a little on the pricey side for what you end up getting.

leaandlars said...

Oh lovely! Would love to use this in a quilt!

Lauren said...

I'd really like to make a quilt with circles. I think these would be perfect!

daisy said...

Yay - I've got this bundle - I signed up with the FQS as soon as I saw your name mentioned ! but there are some pretty cool bundles coming as well - today I'm being sent a bundle picked by your BFF Jaybird Julie - yay - and it looks like there are some good ones to come as well - what to do with them - just looking at them is making me happy at the moment - I'll dream a bit more...

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