Friday, December 28, 2012

Pattern Play with the Fat Quarter Shop



Welcome back to our Friday Feature! The directions for Pattern Play can be found here. Please welcome Megan McHenry as our FQS staffer of the week!


She chose the following pattern to feature this week:
Sweet Starlet Quilt Pattern by BasicGrey Quilt Patterns


Now, it's time to announce the winner from last week's blog post,

The lucky winner is....
MC
I could see this one in the new Tula Pink Salt Water colors, with the octopus print in the middle!


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!

You have until Tuesday, January 1st to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, January 4th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!

230 comments:

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Paula M said...

I am dying for the new Salt Water from Tula Pink...just about anything would look good made from that fabric, I think!

liberal sprinkles said...

I'd use Lilly Belle by Bari J. Yummy fabrics!

Anna said...

I think it could look really interesting in the Black Magic Batiks, it'd give it a totally different feel. I'd use the birds in the centre star and the black solid to replace the pink solid in the pattern.

Mimi said...

I would probably choose Honey, Honey by Kate Spain!! Love all her collections!

Allison C said...

I think the Cuzco collection by Kate Spain would look nice with this pattern.

Monica said...

I like Alchemy by Amy Butler for Westminster Fabrics.
Silverize at hotmail

Gill said...

I'd love this in Kate Spain's 'Cuzco'

Karen M said...

I see this pattern using Kissing Booth. So sweet.

Laura said...

Simple Marks is my choice. I love the look of hand dyed fabric! LJRieben at gmail dot com

Amy DeCesare said...

I would love to see this pattern made in Vintage Modern, with some of the coordinating Bella Solids to add extra zing to the outer points. One of the larger prints would be awesome for the outer triangle areas, and the charm squares would make a border that is...well, charming!

Kait said...

Captain All Hands on Deck! by Jack and Lulu
The contrasts of the navy and white with all the bright accent colors would be brilliant!

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Amy Martin said...

Honey Honey by Kate Spain would look great with this pattern. The colors are just so happy!

jednoiglec said...

If I were lucky winner, I would love to have some prints from Les Amis collection and maybe some solids in emerald:)

My e-mail is: jednoiglec [at] wp dot pl

Cindy said...

Who wouldn't enjoy some "Chocolat" from 3 Sisters, especially when it's "Double Chocolat". Oh yummy!!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would use Posy by Aneela Hoey for Moda for this beautiful quilt pattern.

Betty said...

My favourite at the moment is
Salt water (ripple) to make Dreamweaver by Tula Pink

Sharrieboberry said...

Jete Pirouette by Verna Mosquera is so pretty and would be lovely in this classic quilt pattern!

Laura said...

Another vote for Tula Pink Salt Water here!
Thanks for the chance!

WoolenSails said...

You have way too many wonderful fabrics, I think I want at least one from every page, lol. It is winter and cold and I love the Folk Art Garden Flannel by Bonnie Sullivan, that would make a warm and cozy quilt to snuggle up in.

Debbie

Quilter in the Gap said...

I would love to see this with something quite different like Trifles Frippery by Thomas Knauer for Andover Fabrics. This would make for one bright & extraordinary quilt!!!

Teresa F. said...

I would use "Seeing Stars" by The Buggy Barn for Henry Glass Fabrics. I think it would look great.
Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

I would use the Pam Kitty Love line with the emphasis on yardage from the Enchantment bundle and the Delighted bundle and a touch of yardage from the Crush bundle thrown in. Perfect for Valentine's Day! Thank you for the opportunity to win. mikeandbrendas@yahoo.com

Sandy D said...

I would like to do this in Deb Strain "Spa". I think it would look good in Blues.

Debi said...

I love Honey Honey from Moda.

Christina said...

I think Gallery in Red and Blue by Faye Burgos for Marcus Brothers Fabrics would make this quilt wonderfully traditional and comforting.

Stephanie Farinelli said...

Get A Clue Nancy Drew would be my pick!

Barb said...

For a touch of spring I'd use Honey Honey.

Hannah said...

I love this pattern and would like to see it in some art gallery fabrics - floressence would look amazing

Hildy said...

I would choose Moda Marmalde becuase it's my favorite collection at the moment;-)
hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

Caroline said...

Cosmo cricket's odds&ends would look great

Julie Cooke said...

I'd use the over the rainbowbatiks

Hotquilts said...

I visualize this pattern sewn in Independence Trail by Minick and Simpson. Love red, white & blues. Maybe I could have it done in time for the 4th of July!

Melanie said...

Marmalade would be perfect!!!

Elizabeth Mishler said...

I think Double Chocolat by 3 Sister's would look wonderful

Hannah Lymah said...

I would choose Sunrise over the rainbow batiks by Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda Fabrics. It would go great with the star pattern I think!

Beth said...

I think Field Study.

suzanne, dutchess county NY said...

I think the new fabric collection Bee Happy that's coming soon would look very vibrant and fresh.

Andee said...

Moda Marmelade!

Abbigail said...


This would make a beautiful quilt!

Whimsicals' Designer Select Fat Quarter Bundle
Simply Imagine Collection

hulseybg at gmail dot com

Carolyn said...

I think Honey Honey by Kate Spain wouldbe great!

Sue said...

I would LOVE double Chocolat ! It is So yummy !

Rebecca said...

I'd love to see this quilt done up with Rock N Romance :)
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

LisaL said...

Happy Every After from Riley Blake for a sweet little girl!

LeAnn H. said...

Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle for Lecien Fabrics is 100% on the "Sweet-Starlet" money (for me anyway)!!!

Debbie said...

I would use Moda's 3 sisters double chocolate fabrics-quilt would be beautiful with these materials and who wouldnt want to rest under a quilt of chocolate. debbieyarbrough@bellsouth.net

Debbie said...

I would use Moda's 3 sisters double chocolate fabrics-quilt would be beautiful with these materials and who wouldnt want to rest under a quilt of chocolate. debbieyarbrough@bellsouth.net

allierae said...

This would look great in the Bronze Shimmer line by Timeless Treasures!

Michelle said...

My favorite fabric line right now is probably Salt Water by Tula Pink. I just would love to make a beach bag or quilt out of it!
mlwitt11@gmail.com

Tina O. said...

I would use Priouette.

Angella said...

I would choose Paris Flea Market. So pretty and soft.
Angnwilson@gmail.com

t. anne said...

I think Little Black Dress would be excellent for this pattern!

whimsical mama said...

I would love to see this quilt in incense and peppermints by Robyn Randolph for RJR fabrics! too cute!
jennymaria2@hotmail.com

Colleen said...

Riley Blake's Blenders would be my choice - the modern feel of solid shades softened somewhat by the shaded colors in this collection. Yummy!

Jenny said...

I think this would be stunning in Chicopee!
krousegirl2 at aol dot com

Not Enough Hours said...

I am loving the Kyani for
Dear Stella Fabrics.

Amy Stubbings said...

I'd love it in Get a Clue with Nancy Drew!

chanina said...

I think this quilt would be stunning in Joel Dewberrys Notting Hill.
I've had my eye on this quilt for such a long time, it's gorgeous!

CJ said...

Well if I could not use the Hello Luscious that is shown on the pattern cover then how about Nottinghill by Joel Dewberry? I think that would be GORGEOUS!

Dawn Voegeli said...

I would use Avalon by Fig Tree. Very sweet

Nanbon44 said...

All Around the Town
Nancy Mink for Wilmington Prints
would look good I think

Éirinn said...

I would use Marmalade for this pattern. Love it!
Thanks for the opportunity to win :)
mamai.cuilteala@gmail.com

Katy said...

This would be great with Seascapes by Deb Strain!

Linden Leaf said...

This pattern would be beautiful in BATIK Dancing in the Rain Fat Quarter Bundle Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda Fabrics.

Marcia W. said...

Novella

Caroline Jones said...

I would use Riley Blake's Santa's Workshop with this as a Christmas quilt! I love this pattern!

Kathy said...

Since it is Holiday time, I think the fabrics from the Dear Mr. claus collection would be a great choice!!!!
Kathy

Linda said...

Cuzco by Kate Spain is my choice.

Gale, Ky quilter said...

Marmalade by Moda! Beautiful quilt!!!!

CarolCat said...

I think this pattern would be amazing in Coquette by Chez Moi for Moda Fabrics. Such beautiful colors!
cdgearey@hotmail.com

Sue Bone said...

I'd like to get my Christmas sewing started early and make it out of Cherry Christmas by Aneela Hoey

Linden Leaf said...

This pattern would be beautiful in BATIK Dancing in the Rain Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda Fabrics. underthelindenleaf@gmail.com

KC said...

SEASCAPES by Deb Strain
dkhclement@gmail.com

jen said...

I can't help it ... I think that pattern would love AWESOME in in the Oh Deer! by MoMo collection ... very bright and cheery.

grammie kathy said...

wouldnt you love to have shabby, classy, romantic, elegant and breath-taking all in one........thinking thats what you'd get if this pattern were done with Michele D'Amore line Antoinette

Rachelle said...

I think that would look fantastic in Vintage Modern by Bonnie and Camille for Moda

TheStylishHome said...

I think Bristol Somerset Shirtings would be interesting.
karyn at thestylishhome dot com

Carrie P. said...

Paris Flea Market is my pick for this pattern.

gccmom said...

I think this would look awesome in the Pam Kitty fabrics.

Carol said...

Color Wheel Over the Rainbow batiks by Laundry Basket would be beautiful in this pattern!

Beth said...

I think Hill Farm fabrics by Brenda Riddle for Lecien fabrics would look great in all 3 colorways: Grange Hill Farm (grays), Orchard Hill Farm (pinks) and Meadow Hill Farm (light blues). This would be a soft and subtle look just right for winter looking forward to spring.

Gretchen said...

I think Kate Spain's Honey Honey would make a beautiful version of this pattern.

Stephanie W said...

I'd like to use the Noteworthy fabric by Sweetwater for Moda. I think it would be an excellent modern twist to a classic quilting layout!

stephaniecwilkes [at] gmail [dot] com

pattyprice said...

I think Friendship Tea Fat Quarter Bundle
Sandy Lynam Clough for Red Rooster Fabrics would look lovely in this pattern.

Brittney said...

I would use Dear Stella's Ostara line :)

Brittney Gossard
bkpgossard [at] me [dot] com

V. Wools said...
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Judy Snider said...

I think I would love to play with the Bundle from Zen Chic's Designs "Juggling Summer" really fun colors.

Judy Snider

pkmegs said...

I could see using Juggling Summer by Zen Chic.

V. Wools said...

Hello Sunshine by Lori Whitlock for Riley Blake would be a great collection for this pattern. It would be a great combination.

v. wools
v.c.wools @ gmail.com

Anonymous said...

My pick is Antoinette by Michele D'Amore for Benartex Fabrics. I just love the strong contrasts of the different fabrics.
Linda
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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Foolish Feathers said...

I have never played before, but as soon as I saw this pattern I thought that "Honey, Honey" by Kate Spain would look lovely.

I think the dark blue print with the lavender flowers would really stand out for the center star. If one want to go a little softer I think the Lavender fabric with the little blue flowers would be an excellent choice too.

Oh No! Now you are tempting me!!
ssparrowinflight@gmail.com

Mamalina said...

I'd use Cool Peace Carnaby Street Fat Quarter Bundle (Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics) to give it bit of retro feel.

bakerlina@gmail.com

Shannon said...

I'd use the earth tones in the Lorax Dr. Seuss line.

Karen said...

I would stick with Basic Grey and go with Little Black Dress.

Jess said...

I think Pirouette by Verna Mosquera would be fantastic. The colors and prints would work beautifully in this pattern and make for a super pretty quilt!

Melissa Clifford said...

I vote for Cool Stonehenge. Love those marbley prints.

Jenniffier Kramer said...

I think it would look fun in rock and romance

Purl Buttons said...

I would use Birds of Paradise Batiks by Hoffman Fabrics.

Sallie said...

Antoinette Fat Quarter Bundle
Michele D'Amore for Benartex Fabrics

SunshineandSpices said...

I think it would look really cute in Gypsy girl. The gingham prints would look cute for the outer star shapes.

Netta said...

I like the variety of pattern and scale in the 'Blushing' by Margot Languedoc for Henry Glass.

Becky said...

I'd like to try this pattern with Double Chocolat by 3 Sisters. Thanks!

Jo said...

Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle would look great!

jojrb97@yahoo.com

Lynn McIndoe said...

I think this pattern would look great in one of the French General ranges. The new Belle Fleur would be pretty

Peggy said...

I would use the Sakura Park collection from Moda for that pattern. Gorgeous!

Leila said...

I think it would look great in Boho by Urban Chicks. It isn't out yet, but I just saw it in the Coming Soon section.

Jenelle said...

I would make this in Cameo by Amy Butler. It's a gorgeous quilt design. :)

Rene de Koning said...

I could see this quilt in Coquette by Chez Moi which would give the quilt a different look but I love the colours in this range. Email is rjdekoning@bigpond.com regards, Anne de Koning

Angelia L. said...

I think it would look lovely in Paris Flea Market for Moda. Thank you.
anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

SarahZ said...

Wouldn't that be gorgeous in Simply Color? I love the pattern!

Linda said...

I'D CHOOSE "HONEY HONEY" FOR THIS NEAT PATTERN! THANKS FOR SHARING!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Schatzi said...

I'd love to see this pattern in a really bold 19th c repro, like Civil War Melodies (torn between the Victorious and Strong colorways).

tlunsford said...

I vote for Salt Water by Tula Pink! Love love love it!! traciskindle@gmail.com

Linda Bishop said...

I love Cival War so I think, to be different, Civil War Melodies by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Brothers Fabric would look great

llavmc said...

I think this would look great in Double Chocolate by 3 Sisters.

Gertie Pye said...

Would love to see this in Comma x

lushbub said...

Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle would look gorgeous! So pretty & girly!!

lushbub@me.com

Niki Estes said...

What a beautiful pattern! I would love to use the Marmalade line by Moda with this pattern!

Kim Fernald said...

I would use Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury (Moda)

M.W. said...

Tula Pink Salt Water would be my choice.
Shawn

Kerrie Porte said...

For the Pattern Sweet Starlet Quilt I would use the collection Cleo by Dear Stella Fabrics. i would use Cleo Orange Facets for the inside star, the second star would be Cleo blue Squiggles and the final star would be Cleo Sand Bargello. I would use the Cleo Blue Cleo Strip Yardage for the thin line around the quilt and the accompany remaining fabrics for around the star. I hope this makes sense!

Anyway! I love the pattern and now think I should try it! What can I say...I think I am a fabric junkie! LOL

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking this would look awesome with Sweetwater's "Lucy's Crab Shack". Thanks for a chance to win - laurie

llsbaskets at comcast dot net

Lori said...

I'd love to make it in Pirouette by Verna Mosquera.

Tamie said...

I think this would be pretty in Tula's Saltwater.

Sharon P said...

I would love to make this quilt in Aunt Grace First Place - I love the 30's reproductions!

Terry Conner said...

I think Gypsy by Clothworks would work nice because of the stripes, flowers, and paisleys would give the pieces and pattern a variety of values.

Swedish Scrapper said...

PB&J, if coming soon collections are permitted, and Simply Color if they are not!

Addibrae said...

I would use the Simply Color collection

addibrae(at)hotmail(dot)ca

Heather said...

If I don't get some Pam Kitty Love, I might die. No foolin'.
sixmantzs@sbcglobal.net

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

LOL, I saw the pattern and thought, ooh, Salt Water would look good in that! And then last week's winner chose that too. Must be a good line ;)

Johanna said...

Honey Honey would be great! It is such a fun pattern

scottylover said...

I would use Flutter by the Quilted Fish for this pattern!
Sandy A

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I would make this in Indie from Art Gallery fabrics.

Cindy Sews said...

My choice is Alchemy by Amy Butler! I love this line!!!

2peachesLA said...

Kaboom! That burst pattern begs for Robert Kaufman Fabrics' Superhero!

Rhonda D. said...

I would use the Jete Pirouette bundle by Verna Mosquera for Free
Spirit Fabrics. I love the combinations of the browns & pinks.
Thanks for the chance to win!

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Tena said...

I would love to see it in Ikebana from Dear Stella. I think the greens and greys would give it a very soothing feel.

Diane said...

I think that True Vintage by Robyn Pandolph for RJR fabrics would look stunning in this pattern.

daveanddiane@sympatico.ca

momentary lapse said...

I think Cleo by Dear Stella would look great using this pattern.

Jennie said...

This quilt would look fabulous with Gypsy Girl.

Becky S. said...

I think Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle would be pretty!
Thanks for the chance to win.
onlybas(at)aol(dot)com

Heidi Staples said...

Wouldn't this pattern look darling in Sew Stitchy by Aneela Hoey with one of her panel designs in the middle? Thanks for letting us play along!

everinprogress said...

how about lizzie house's pearl bracelet line!

Ashley G. said...

I'd love to see this in Simply Color by V. And Co. I think the ombré would look very cool.

Patty said...

I'd like to see it done in Posy. Thanks for a great giveaway.
paweis at yahoo dot com

Janet said...

Looks like a great Bonnie & Camille Marmalade pattern to me!

Deborah said...

I would love to see this in Simply Color - so nice and bright!

Emily C said...

I picked Better Gnomes and Gardens.

Julie said...

I'm always looking to see what's coming and "Ashbury Heights" looks really fresh with its navy, purple, orange and yellow prints. The use of gray and aqua also in the line keeps it current.

Svanhild said...

I'd like something a bit tradtitional looking, for instance Cinnamon Spice by Blackbird Designs.

Anita said...

I think it would look very soft and vintagey in Paris Flea Market :)

Lindsay(PACountryCrafts) said...

This would be lovely in Blueberry Crumb Cake, too! Thank you for the chance to win!

Beth said...

I say Pirouette - it would look like a rose garden!

Anonymous said...

I would use The Hill Farm fabric line from Lecien Fabric

VHarrah[at]aol[dot]com

barb said...

I have wanted the oh deer fabric line since it came out. I see deer in my yard every day so i guess in a way it would be a tri ute to them. Thank you so much for a great giveaway. babscorbitt@gmail.com

Sharon said...

I would love "little black dress" by basic grey. I think it would be stunning...

jenna said...

I would love to make this with Avalon!

SheilaS said...

I think I would like it in Cinnamon Spice by Blackbird. I'm more traditional and I like all their fabrics and anything made with them!

Céline GERIN said...

I'd love to sew it with th bright colors of Heather and Megan's Blogger's Choice Fat Quarter Bundle.

Brenda said...

I would love to see this in Vintage Modern.

JoyceLM said...

I think it would be lovely in Paris Flea Market. Thanks.

JCnNC said...

I would love to see this done in Kate Spain's Christmas fabric "Joy" and think it would be spectacular. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity. Judy C

Cecilia said...

I think it would look great in Vintage Modern.

jlk said...

I would love this in Honey, Honey. It would look fantastic.

Lesley said...

I love Ainsley by Northcott!

Anonymous said...

I can see it done in Meadow Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle.....Soft blues and yellows. Yep, the look of spring...
my email is allgoodquilts at bellsouth dot net

Susan said...

I'd love to see it in Audra's Iris Garden. Beautiful!

Lisa Cox said...

I think this pattern would look gorgeous in the Hoffman1895 Bali Batik Watercolors.

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

I think it would look wonderful in the new Blogger's Choice bundle (Elizabeth Hartman) - the colors would pop!!
Thank you for the chance,
Erin

Brynn said...

V & Co's Simply Color would look great with this pattern!

Tami said...

I love Ainsley by Northcott Fabrics!
tag.gallogly@gmail.com

Jeanne Gwin said...

Bella Amanda Murphy Blend Fabric

Anonymous said...

Alchemy by Amy Butler is perfect for this pattern.

Anonymous said...

I could definitely see this in Indigo Crossing by Moda!!

Thanks for the great giveaways!!

Jen
psstitcher@gmail.com

CRR said...

I would love to see this quilt with Seeing Star by The Buggy Barn for Henry Glass Fabrics.
Célia - celia_rosa@uol.com.br

Mom2RyandSis said...

I think it would be beautiful in Cuzco! Thanks for the chance to win!

Heather said...

Would love it in PB&J by BasicGrey.

lauraluvsloons said...

I love star patterns and would use French General Favorites.

Roxana said...

I'd love to see this pattern made up with The Morris Apprentice by Moda Fabrics. Those colors are so rich!
Roxana Whitner - rwhitner@mac.com

Nancy said...

I like Chocolate Sundae Batiks!

Ramona said...

Favorite collection is hard! Luxe in Bloom, Architextures, and Salt Water are my favorites right now. So many choices!!

Thanks for the chance to win.

Lori said...

Ohh I can see Orchard Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle in this quilt.
quilting[dash]lady[at]comcast[dot]net

Kathy MacKie said...

I still love Double Chocolat!
dkmackie@shaw.ca

knitspinquilt said...

I think this would look fantastic in Simply Color.

My email is knitspinquilt[at]yahoo[dot]com.

Sfredette said...

I think I might go the more traditional route and go with Old Glory Gatherings....with some solids for punch.

Bailey said...

I think this quilt would look great in Seascapes by Deb Strain for Moda Fabrics.

Debi Horne said...

I think that Audra's Iris Garden would do wonderfully with this pattern. It would bring about a romantic atmosphere.

Debi Horne
debihorne54@yahoo.com

Carol said...

Marmalade from Fig Tree Quilts! Love that fabric!!

NancyL said...

It would be great made from Riley Blake's Polka Dot Stitches by Lori Holt.

Sarah F said...

I'd use Flirt by Sandy Gervais. It would make a lovely quilt for a teenage girl or young lady.

Eileen said...

I'd love to see this star pattern in the sumptuous Asian Peony fabrics by Punch Studio of Hoffman Fabrics. The rich metallic plums and periwinkle would make this star quilt twinkle!
bini56 hotmail com

quilary said...

I think it would look lovely made with Pirouette by Free Spirit Fabrics.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I suggest Winter Menagerie from Jason Yenter for In the Beginning Fabrics. It would give a surprising winterly touch to the pattern.
Happy new year to everyone.

Karine Prost

Janarama said...

Flirt by Sandy Gervais for Moda would be my choice.

mary said...

I would love to see it in island batiks, but love so many fabric collections it is a tough decision

Karen said...

I would pick Rouenneries Deux by French General. I love the color combo of this collection and the gorgeous patterns.

Anonymous said...

I would use Happy Blooms by Cynthia Counter for Wilmington.Comforting but fun.
CherylsJake@aol.com

Delcia R. said...

Love this pattern and Hill Farm by Brenda Riddle would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win.

Karen C said...

I would love to see this quilt done in A Merry Little Christmas by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake. I'd add some solids, including white. This quilt will have a very soft but colorful look to it!

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