Friday, August 10, 2012

From Me to You


We are super excited to announce the winner from last week's From Me to You post! All you had to do for a chance to win was guess which pre-cut we were featuring... so if you guessed Birds & Berries by Lauren & Jessi for Moda Fabrics, you were correct!

And the winner is...
"Birds go tweet tweet and make walking in the woods fun. Berries are yummy and found in woods. So I guess Birds and Berries by Lauren and Jessie Jung."

Congratulations! To claim your prize please email codi[at]fatquartershop[dot]com with your full shipping address.

This weeks' blog will be a little different...we want to show off the outrageous Indie collection by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics that arrived recently!
We had fun mocking up different quilts in this colorful group! It was particularly stunning in our Rooftop Orchard pattern!
'Indie celebrates austere, "back to the roots" beauty with globally-inspired prints in an eclectic palette. Experience the spiritual journey of this collection and create your own handmade memories.'
- Art Gallery Fabrics
We are randomly selecting not one, but TWO winners this week! We have one Midnight Temple Indie Fat Quarter Bundle and one Sunlight Bazaar Indie Fat Quarter Bundle.

For a chance to win, leave a comment on this blog post saying what you might make with these Indie bundles. Contest closes Sunday, August 12th at midnight CST. The winners will be randomly selected and announced one week from today, in the next From Me to You feature.

Be sure to come back next week as we will be featuring something new and fresh!

Good luck!

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Kelsey said...

Ooh I'd love to make a cuddly throw quilt for the couch!

Colleen said...

I think I would like to make a table topper!

Mary Ann said...

I love the quilt made using the Rooftop Orchard pattern! Thanks.

Debbie said...

I would make a throw quilt for the house. We have a small lap quilt and a tie blanket.

Bella said...

I would make a throw quilt for my mom!

jenny mcc said...

I'd love to win to make chair bags for the kids at the local primary school! :)

Ella said...

I think I'd add it to some solids for a picnic quilt.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

I'd make some beautiful cushions!

Anita said...

I would LOVE to win the orange bundle...and I would make a mini quilt or runner...something fun! Thanks for a chance.

Reader Owl said...

Rich fabrics - I'd make a quilt.

Nana-Bob said...

I would ike to make a picnic quilt. Thank you.

Betty B said...

Probably use my Red Hot Dots pattern with the big and small blocks - show off the fabrics.

Gwen said...

Love this line!! I think I'd make a small quilt for the couch-- that way I'd get to enjoy these beautiful fabrics every day! :-)

marilyn Guidry said...

I would love to make either a table runner or table quilt with the fabrics to show off those colors.

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

a quilt for my baby girl in the sunlight - but if i got midnight I'd make skirts for my girls

Natasha said...

I think I would make a nap quilt for my niece!

Susan G. said...

I have been on a tumbler quilt roll, trying to make use of my Accuquilt! This fabric would make a beautiful throw in either colorway.

hiyacinth said...

I will make some more Farmer's Wife blocks which I've done all in Art Gallery Fabrics!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

The Sunlight would make a cute 'nap' quilt for my granddaughter to take to nursery school.

Unknown said...

I just moved to a new house and would make bathroom storage accessories with the collection.

Erin said...

I love these fabrics and would love to make a quilt/stadium blanket for the upcoming football season!
Thanks,
Erin
emstone28@gmail.com

Emma said...

Been waiting for this line to come out since Quilt Market! I LOVE it...What would i not make with it is more the question! I would start with a quilt for my bed and go from there. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I'm making a charm quilt just now and need lots of different colors and patterns. These would be a colorful addition to it.
Gloria S.

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Gretchen T said...

I'm just finishing quilt #5 and I'd love to have this fabric for quilt #6!!

janice rampton said...

Pieced skirt and dress for my daughter-in-law and granddaughter.

B Greene said...

I would make something that I would use everyday because this fabric is so beautiful! Either a throw for the couch or pillows for the master bedroom. Thanks for the chance to win!

Kathy said...

Since I'm in "back to school mode" I would make a purse, wallet, book cover, pencil bag for a stylish ensemble.

Teresa F. said...

I think those fabrics would look fantastic in a picnic quilt!

SunnyTea Studios, Mary and Terry said...

A summer dress would make up nice in the sunlight color. Midnight colors would makeup nice in a patchwork bag. Thank you for the chance to win.

Rachael Stensrud said...

oh, something cute and quilted, but I'd have to see the fabric in person to get the real inspiration juices flowing.

Meema said...

I would make a throw quilt for my family room - the colors are perfect!! Thanks for the chance to win such a gorgeous line.

Marg P said...

What divine fabrics especially Artist Kisses. I'd make a quilt with my Helter Skelter pattern.

Lynelle said...

I think that this material would make a lovely apron and some lovely tea towels

Donna F said...

Beautiful fabric! I would make a gorgeous quilt to show off those fabrics to bundle up this winter in my family room. This one I would keep for myself and be stingy & not share!

fiberchick said...

I would definitely make something for the sofa to snuggle under!

AthenaNabi said...

I love this fabric! Especially the orange color way! This would make excellent throw pillows for my sun room!

Jen said...

I would use it to make some applique animals for shirts for my daughter.

Cecilia said...

I would probably make a lap quilt for one of my kids. Thanks for the chance to win.

sarah said...

Throw pillows! I LOVE this fabric!

Maggie michel said...

This is a fun forum. It's awesome to meet the designers and actually see and learn a bit about the person who's fabric you are cutting into little pieces.
Maggie

Cindy said...

I would make back to school bags for my kids. Thanks for the chance to win.

Marta said...

I've been on a bag kick lately and think these fabrics would looking stunning in a patchwork purse!

Fabraholic said...

This collection would be perfect for my scrapbook quilt!

gccmom said...

I love this fabric. I have lots of presents to make for Christmas. I would probably use this fabric for some of them.

Ms. M said...

I would use them to make a throw blanket to donate to project Linus.

QuiltSue said...

These look like gorgeous fabrics, which I would use to make a happy quilt.

Gill said...

Great fabric!
I'd make a picnic quilt! after all the sun is shining in the UK!!

Anonymous said...

this is pretty fabric i love both color ways i would probably try to make a throw quilt. i really like your mock up lauraddirks@gmail.com

Maria said...

Adding a few solids ... a perfect colorful quilt for me.

tartankiwi said...

Hmmmm... I'd make a quilt or some cushions or a bag or, or, or... the possibilities are endless!

ELNM said...

I'd make a bag of some sort - these are gorgeous fabrics & colors. Thanks for the chance to win!
ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

Laura C said...

I've had my eye on the Facade pattern by Rachel Griffith, and I think a fall-ish quilt in that pattern with some Kona Bone would be a lovely addition to my quilt pile!

Ginger N said...

These are wonderful colors, what a fun quilt that could be made. :-) Thanks
Ginger

Anonymous said...

I'd make a lap quilt--I especially love the dark Indies bundle. What gorgeous fabrics we have available now

Anita said...

I think I'd make a big block throw. This kind of print you want to show off the fabric in larger pieces!

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Gunilla said...

Lovely fabric! I do hope to win and I plan to make a cute baby quilt for a little baby girl!!!

Susanslittlebits said...

I would love to use the bundle to make a throw for relaxing with in my favorite reading chair.

pbs said...

I love this print! I would make the Rooftop Orchard quilt, which really shows off the diversity of this line. Thanks for a chance to win!

annemarie said...

I would love to make a lap quilt.

Norma's Clay said...

I love the Indie Collection! I will make a wallet or purse and probably a table runner. Thanks for the chance to win.

Andrea said...

I love the Midnight...I'd make a table runner and placemats...adding in some selected solids...yummmmmm

Katie B. said...

They'd definitely find their way into a quilt! Maybe a bag or some pouches too.

Sorcha girl said...

The Sunlight Bazaar Indie fabrics would look great in a table runner, featuring the large butterflies. Love the colors and the designs from nature.

Thanks for the chance to enter the contest.

Wilma said...

Either of these bundles would work well in the scrap quilt that is my current project. Hope I win!!!

Colette said...

I would love to make my daughter a quilt with this gorgeous Indie fabric!

Kathy C. said...

I'd love to make a throw to hang over my stair railing upstairs out of this fabric. I've found that to be a great place to display my pet projects, where I can see them everytime I pass by. This fabric seems like a very cheery collection. I love it!!

Donna said...

I would love to have a quilt out of the lovely fabrics or a few zip pouches to keep everything neat.

mean sarah jean said...

would love to make some autumn skirts or scarves, and also a quilt to cuddle in.

Susan said...

I would make a throw quilt for the couch!

Jennifer said...

Wow, thanks for the amazing chance to win! I especially love the blue bundle and would make a runner with matching place mats.

Valerie said...

A quilt of course! ;)

Cheripotter said...

I would make owl pillows and flag garlands with fabric rosettes to decorate my granddaughter's room. Then I would add some solids and make a crib quilt and bumper pad. Fabulous fabric! I especially like the Sunshine colors. My granddaughter is my sunshine!

kathyalden said...

I would design a quilt ib EQ that would showcase the pattern in the fabric!

bdaiss said...

Oh, I love that Rooftop Orchard pattern! Would love to give it a go with either of these. Thanks for the chance.

Judy1522 said...

I would make several things a mini wall quilt, a table runner and some mug rugs. The fabrics are beautiful.

Rachel said...

I'd love to make a quilt. This is so sweet!

Katherine said...

Purses. Or pillows. Or placemats...something that starts with "P"

Joyce Comfort said...

Excited about the Indie Fabric line. Would love to make a new bag!

Ana B. said...

I think I would make a lap size quilt with it for my living room. Those yellows and oranges really appeal to me and would look lovely on my couch. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Melissa said...

I think a striped top would be fun or a skirt. Maybe even something warm to snuggle up under in the fall.

Terry J said...

These would be great made up into a cool travel bag. I would choose the warm colors!
Terry J

Melons Gramma said...

I am thinking BOHO bags! This would make some really pretty bags for my daughters and granddaughters.

ROSAIRE said...

Very nice fabrics I love it. If I win, I want to make my first modern quilt, this is really perfect for my idea, and I'll happy to win.
Thank you for the chance.

SueB said...

I would love to use the Sunlight Bazaar in a scrappy version of the Japanese cross and plus quilt and I wouldn't want to part with it!

Billy'sgirl said...

I would love to use these beautiful fabrics, either colorway, to make a fall/winter lap quilt. I could give it to someone for Christmas, or keep it for myself!

Anonymous said...

I love the colors and design especially with the white sashing and I think I'll order the Rooftop Orchard patte.rn for it and even make a very scrappy quilt for a friend

Anonymous said...

I love the colors of the Midnight Temple. The colors are perfect for a bed runner for my mother. Thanks for the opportunity.

Anonymous said...

A bedrunner is on the table to cut as soon as I win the fabric!!

Ann said...

A pillow cover or small quilt

Anonymous said...

My six year old great grandaughter wants a quilt so I would make that for her, as the fabric is so so pretty. Jan F.

Amy & Pauline said...

My 11 yr old's sewing machine arrives on Tuesday (no more borrowing mine)!! The gorgeous indie fat quarter bundle would be a super gift for her to begin her first quilt!

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

I am in a doll quilt swap group and either of those bundles would work up into the perfect little quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

Mego said...

I love this new line! OF COURSE, I'd make a quilt and I'm thinking along the lines of 'funky chevrons'...THANKS for the chance!

Lynda said...

I am hoping to get into a "modern" quilt phase and these prints combined with some stunning solids would be a good opportunity to get that phase started don't you think?

bethcurtis said...

I would love to have this fabric to play with. Especially liking the Rooftop Orchard pattern.

Patty said...

Great fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lydia Lepic said...

I would probably use the fabrics to make yet another baby quilt! Many of my friends and family are announcing pregnancies all the time!

Barbara said...

Since these fabrics are globally inspired and the Olympics are currently in progress, I think a quilt to commemorate the games would be appropriate. Thank you for a chance to win.

Amorette said...

love the sunlight bazaar colorway- esp. for an art quilt to hang on the wall.

Hema Elumalai said...

I would love to make baby quilts about of these fabric. Would be perfect for a baby boy and a baby girl.
Would be awesome if I win.

jbricker8125 said...

I'd make a big king size quilt for my bed, it would be so colorful, to go along with my colorful walls, and make my bedroom a happy sunny place, pick me please :) thanks julie bricker

Erica T. said...

I'd definitely make a quilt from these!

Isa said...

I would love to make a birthday quilt for my sis <3

moonlightsewing said...

These are lovely. I think they would make a super fun, tiered girls ruffle skirt.

Shirley said...

Embellished clothes pin bags to attract the raccoons.

Unknown said...

These fabrics are absolutely adorable. I think they would look wonderful in a Cathedral Window or an I Spy quilt for a baby.

Momma Des said...

There are a few prints I'd love to pull from this line to add to my Summerlove stash and finally whip up a quilt with it.

Lisa Marie said...

That Rooftop Orchard quilt you showed is gorgeous! I would love to win and use that pattern to make a lap sized quilt to give at Christmas. Thanks for the chance!

Ashley Smith said...

I love Pat Bravo!!! If I win this fabric I would make a quilt for my mother. I have never made a quilt before but want to try.

Edna V. said...

I would make a pillow for my daughter's bedroom and maybe a skirt for a little girl I know and love. Edna V.

Jan said...

Definitely a table runner and a bag!
Love it!

Jacey said...

I would probably either make a patchwork skirt, or mix it with some other fabrics to make a quilt. It's such a lovely line!

LeslieB said...

Everything! I love these fabrics. I think I would start with makings some gifts for my friends: aprons, pillows, etc.

Birgitte aka Bietje said...

Mmmm, both fabrics are lovely. Jummy.

wrightohmy said...

I see a beautiful table runner and a circular table cover.

Birgitte aka Bietje said...

oops, too soon, too fast.
Both are perfect for a Fall hanging. Or a little lapquilt. To get some extra warmth when the days are getting colder.

Donna C said...

I love this collection. I would make a table runner and placemats or a purse and wallet.

Anonymous said...

I would make a baby quilt.

Elizabeth M. gr8ftgrphr@yahoo.com

FourLeaf said...

Oooh I love the colors and the great mixture of small and large prints. They look like they need to be made into a snuggly quilt for my hubby! :-)

Chelsea said...

I love this collection, so fingers crossed! I think it would make a gorgeous lone star quilt, and I've wanted to tackle one of those for ages!

hannah said...

I LOVE INDIE. I would make at least one quilt and maybe two. Love it. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Mimi said...

Love this line... I would make a quilt for my cousin's b-day!!

The New Mrs. said...

I'm thinking a wonky x and plus quilt from these fabrics. Alternate prints and solids as a focal point--yum!!!

Meredith said...

I would make a quilt from these gorgeous fabrics!

Slowpoke said...

I would love to win and make a picnic quilt. Thank You.

Lindsey H said...

I think I'd like to make a tote/purse and if there's fabric left over, either a wallet or pencil case! The Sinlight Bazaar bundle would be perfect for fall!

Anonymous said...

Just getting the studio set up for sewing... exciting times... and what better way to celebrate that making a throw quilt for the new space with one of the indie fat quarters!

Robin noteverstill said...

With the warm tones, I'd make a nice table runner for fall. The cool tones, though, look like something else- maybe cute patchwork skirts for my girls... :)

Pam said...

Me again... with the studio quilt idea.... didn't sign out correctly the first time!

tu_luna13 said...

Perfect ,for a broken spider web.

Marianne said...

Such beautiful fabric! I'd make a quilt for my bed. I have been quilting for years and have never got around to making one!

Jyoti Haeusler said...

I have had the single girl quilt pattern lying around gathering dust for a while now. I would love to win so I could make a throw size single girl quilt for my sister for Christmas.

LoBo333 said...

The Indie fabric is AWESOME. I would make a potato chip quilt with all the lovely colors. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

sylvie Hanes said...

I would make some of my folded fabric ornaments with these gorgeous fabrics!

ARod said...

I would like to make a few totes and purses with these beautiful fabrics, thanks!

Kathleen O'Grady said...

Gorgeous fabrics, I would love to make a travel bag, table runner or a quilt or all three, can't decide. Thanks for the give-away!

Liz said...

I love this collection!!! I would make bags!

Jennifer Mellott said...

I would love to make Cindy Lammon's Garden Fence quilt with the Midnight Temple color. It would be such a great pattern to showcase all those vibrant colors and patterns! I've wnated to make it for a while, but have been waiting for just the right fabrics for it! http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot.com/2011/01/garden-fence.html

Sarah Sews Sue's Sox said...

Dresses for my daughter

Kathye said...

I love this new collection!!! I think this fabric would look fabulous in some sort of modern quilt pattern -- that is what I would make out of it! Thanks for the opportunity!!

Francis Paul said...

I wouls make a dreamblanket and donate it :-)

wendy said...

Ooohh....the fabric looks beautiful1 Not really sure till I see it all laid out in front of me. Some type of artsy quilt that would really focus on the fabric. Thanks!

Jodie said...

I really like that Rooftop Orchard quilt pattern you showed on the blog. I'd have to try it!

Janelle said...

I would definitely make a throw quilt. Maybe a Jaybird pattern I've been thinking about!

Marci Girl said...

I would make some lovely clutches!

Anonymous said...

I would make a lap duvet with the Indie bundle. Just got the pattern. I made one already and I love it.

Shirley said...

Would like to make a throw/quilt, and do it in a dutch pinwheel. Thank you for the opportunity to win a bundle.

Liz F. said...

Love this collection! I would definitely make a quilt :)

busybess said...

Baby quilts!

Kristine said...

i would love to make a new quilt for the living room with this gorgeous fabric!

julietgee said...

I would love to make some cute tote bags with these pretty fat quarters!

Maggie said...

I'd love to make some cushions for my couch and a couple of totes. I LOVE the collection.

Rosa said...

This would be gorgeous in my bed and body so I`d make bedroom runner and skirt.

Carol G. said...

It would definitely be some sort of a big block quilt so you can really see all those luscious patterns & colors!

Amanda said...

I saw a great pieced throw pillow, chevron design, that would make with this and a neutral. And a matching throw would make my corner of our couch perfect!

blocksandmore said...

a top to send to Phoenix Quilts

Heather Broxson said...

I'd love to make a wall quilt.

EgayZra said...

I would love to try to make the Rooftop Orchard Quilt, it showcases the fabric in a fabulous way. :)

AJ said...

I have a bag pattern in mind for when I get my hands on some indie. I also want to make some pillow shams for my bed. Thanks for the chance to win!

Melinda said...

I need a topper for my new sewing desk, and how inspirational would these be to look at every day?!

LeAnn said...

I would give the FQs to my daughter-in-law - she teaches art and is learning to quilt. These look like her.

Rebecca said...

I have always thought with their amazing hand Art Gallery Fabrics were made for quilts - I'd definitely make a quilt if I won one of the bundles! Thanks for the giveaway :)

LeAnne said...

Love the colors of Midnight Temple. I'd make a new purse and Kindle cover.

Amy said...

I'd love to make a throw quilt with these fat quarters, with some solids thrown in! I love this collection!

April said...

Those colors are wonderful i think i would make a patchwork sun dress for my granddaughter.

MellieWo said...

Definitely some sort of quilt. I'm booked with projects till the end of this year but I could see me using it in something next year! Beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win :)

ihartworship said...

Dress!

Anne said...

I've been working on a scrappy quilt pattern design so I'd use the AGF for that.

Debbie said...

I would love to make a porch-quilt for my mother who loves bold prints and colors. She would love these prints and colors!!

Sandy D said...

I would make a throw. Not sure what pattern I would use but I think it would be what we are calling "Modern" one.I think the fabrics are suited to that.

Cathy K said...

I love love LOVE Indie, and have been eagerly awaiting its release! I will be making a large snugly quilt for our living room; the Midnight Temple colorway coordinates perfectly!!

Sunnybec said...

Would have to be a quilt. I love Art Gallery Fabrics they are just so soft and lovely to sew with. Thanks for the change.

Melanie said...

I would make a quilt for sure!

Marsha Nelson said...

My living room is neutral. I would make pillows for the couches and chairs to add much needed color.

Darrell and Loretta Stacey said...

I would make a lap quilt with the Twister tool for a local care center. The colors and patterns in the fabric are fun.

Jeana said...

Oh I love this line - I'd make pillows!

DahliaCactus said...

I'd blend them with some vintage sheeting in a quilt.

Nancy said...

After zoning in on the detail of each fabric design, my beloved grandmother and her dresses of many years ago became vivid to me. So I would make a quilt, name it "Grandma's Dresses," to drape over "Grandma's Chair," a family heriloom that was passed on to me in memory of her.

bjiwami said...

I'd make square in a square blocks with each of the fabrics featured in the center!

MissMary said...

These would be perfect in the quilt I'm making for my sibling for Christmas!

Kate said...

Love those fabrics, inspiring to make a chain link with some solids.

TexPat said...

Loving those Indie fabrics! I'd make a throw or a table runner or a bag or....

Silvia said...

I would make a throw quilt!

Rebecca Lynne said...

I am all about pillows right now. So I'd love to make a cute pillow with these lovelies!

Pattyskypants said...

I would make the skirt on the cover of "Sew Serendipity."

Sarah Strange said...

I love these tones! I would make a yoga mat mini quilt.

pieceLove said...

I love that Midnight Temple! I think I'd make a quilt, maybe with a solid background to highlight the prints.

annette said...

These fabrics are so luscious ... Just gorgeous. If I won I would use these as The basis for a charity auction quilt that my daughter has asked to make; to support the AIDS/HIV awareness foundation her sorority supports.

Georgie said...

I would love to make a wall hanging for my dining room

Beth said...

I need to start sewing some holiday gifts so probably some cute bags.

Kelcie Longaker, Esq. said...

I would make a lap quilt for my grandmother's upcoming 80th birthday. She'd love the colors in the blue bundle!

sewfunbymonique said...

Most definitely a throw size quilt for my bed so I could 'pet' these beautiful fabrics!

Anonymous said...

I'd make some pillows for the living room and a table runner!

Ababou said...

Hi, I would probably not make a quilt with those bundles, or maybe a picnic quilt, but I would definitely use them for a bag, or any kind of purse, or why not for storage accessories! Thanks for the giveaway!

Tracey Holzer said...

I've recently fallen in love with a string quilt pattern that I would make with Indie. Thanks Fat Quarter Shop!

Wintermagic said...

I think I would make some placemats and centerpiece.

Ruth B said...

Lots of pillows! I keep seeing gorgeous pillows on blogs and in stores and I don't have decorative pillows in my house. Its one of those things on my to do list and a bundle of these fabrics would get me busy with pillows!

Susan C said...

shcreta 32'Exciting AGF collections that would make interesting art quilts, but I can also see big, multi-fabric handbags...LOTS of them! AGF fabrics are always so interesting, and you can't beat the feel of them!
Susan C

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