mmmm.

13 June 2013

mmmm.
these new goodies landed on my doorstep.
i'm already trying to plan their fate.

what would y'all make?
i'm open to suggestions.

xo, rachel

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34 comments:

Toni Selman said...

That jelly roll is absolutely georgous. I envision it in a scrappy quilt...just the colors, no contrast needed as the colors together pop!
Toni
www.lifeinapinkbunnysuit.com

Kelly Young said...

color wheel dresdens would look pretty awesome!

-Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

Nicole said...

These colors are the best, I would be excited to have these on my doorstep for sure :)
I have the Poseidon bundle and am struggling myself with what to make. I was thinking it would be fun to make a string quilt and just use the bundle with no patterns or extra colors. Can't wait to see what you do, will be beautiful!
-Nicole @ Modern Handcraft

Robin said...

I used a Robert Kaufmann solid jelly roll and made a 1930's Barn Dance quilt. I added two border to make it a queen size. I tried to attach a picture but couldn't figure out how to do so.

Paige Watkins said...

rainbow strip quilt!

trudys_person said...

A big giveaway to me! ... I know ... you have fun!

Lisa said...

Modern traditional with all the brights. SO MUCH FUN!!!!

Ruth B said...

2 words for you....dresden plate.

Rita said...

Sooo beuatiful colors!! I see a rainbow...;)

Hugs, Rita

Charlotte said...

I would make a giant pile on the floor and roll around on them ;-)

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Rachael....don't stress over it; just send them to me..let me deal with it...hahaha!! you lucky girl!!

Staci said...

Oh, I've been drooling over these for a while! And your photos just inspire more fabric greed! I can't decide which stack I like better. As I've been looking at these beauties I'm thinking some kind of sampler quilt. Or maybe rainbow colored dresdens.

Jacqueline said...

I too first thought of dresdens and some appliqued flowers .

Angie said...

Mmmm...I want to be at your house right now playing with your fabric stash. Dresden plates would be fun, but I could also see them with a light grey background in a traditional pattern. Irish chain, stepping stones, log cabin or even a fan quilt. Do you need any help completing these?

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

First I would squeal and then I would have to just spread them out and stare at them for hours and hours. Lucky you to have so many pretty fabrics all at one time!

Kris said...

Well first I would do a back flip because those yummy colors are so joyous! (if only) Then I would set out to do some kind of fractured prism like design.
Good luck!

Barb Gibney said...

Wow...lucky you! enjoy! For some reason I envision a multitude of stars. No certain pattern, but all of those colourful stars poppin on a black or charcoal background

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barb said...

Oooohhhhhi.am so jealous!! Lol maybe mix with some black and make something amish looking? babscorbitt@gmail.com

Marjorie Nath said...

Such beautiful colors especially the yellow/green/pinks bundle. Could I just cuddle up with them for a few hours while I try to decide what I would make? I'm sure it would be a quilt but the idea of using it to make scrappy fabric to make a bathrobe out of is tempting.
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Jan Barnett said...

I'd have to just love'em for awhile...just too beautiful to touch yet! A week or two tho...

suemac said...

Those pinks and greens have a baby quilt kinda look to them.

Marilyn said...

Yum...Ombre Chevron lap quilt would be my pick!!!

anyadahab said...

I just saw a great tutorial for a braid quilt that would look great with these colors. Braided Stripe Quilt Tutorial

Qltr89 said...

I think a simple chain quilt (free pattern on Moda) will look really nice or a chevron quilt to show off all the colors. I have one of those jelly rolls and I plan to make the simple chain quilt with it someday when I complete at least 2 of my WIP.

Julee said...

Look at Deb Krasik web site and see her star quilts....she uses gradiations of colors against black....Wow do these colors pop. I done one of her patterns but used gradiations of batiks but solids will do the same thing.

Katherine said...

Excuse me. My jaw just hit the floor after viewing all that loveliness. ;o)


Gonna have to think about what I would make first... have some quilt designs I've been playing with, so I know there's at least one quilt that would come from this... lol

Have fun playing with these pretties, Rachel!

corinne said...

I would make the quilt on the your book over. OR I would make Prism quilt by Fresh Lemons... hmmm maybe both.

Tammy said...

What gorgeous fabric goodies. Lets see just look at the new eye candy, drool over it and pet it for a few days then decide. I think i tiwould make a fabulous scrappy trip along. Just those colors no prints allowed.

Ann said...

Which fq bundles are these? Brights? I've never seen the purples and greens together...

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Carol Sanin said...

I bought the fat quaters and started my DEAR JANE quilt :-) it like a rainbow love these fabric bright, happy and beautiful.

Maria Wallin said...

Ohhh my! Those pinks and greens! <3 Love, pure love!

I think I would pat them for a while and then make The Tempest from City Quilts, it's would be gorgeous in those colours I think!

jeifner said...

Maybe the Tula 100 blocks rainbow quilt a long. Or a small squares inspired summer quilt. So pretty :)

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