Friday, January 4, 2013

Pattern Play with the Fat Quarter Shop



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



She chose the following pattern to feature this week:
Scout Quilt Pattern by Cluck. Cluck. Sew Quilt Patterns


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

The lucky winner is....
Debi Horne
I think that Audra's Iris Garden would do wonderfully with this pattern. It would bring about a romantic atmosphere.


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 8th to submit your comment and the winner will be announced Friday, January 11th, so be sure to come back to see if YOU are the winner!

243 comments:

«Oldest   ‹Older   1 – 200 of 243   Newer›   Newest»
Kelsey said...

This pattern would look amazing in Chicopee!

Lisa Mather said...

I think this would look great in the new Comma line!
lisaandmariahcreations@gmail.com

Lee Ann L. said...

Amy Buttler's Spots would make for a wonderful spotty quilt. If spots is too much, I'd probably add her solids!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I think the Cotton Club by Paula Barnes would look good with this pattern

Malia said...

I think Amy Butler's Alchemy would be amazing for this quilt!
waterlily81[at]gmail[dot]com

Robyn said...

I like Seeing Stars by Buggy Barn

Janet said...

I think Simply Color by v. and co would be wonderful.
hobbs.j@shaw.ca

Mimi said...

Honey Honey would look beautifully for this quilt!!! Oh yeah!! For sure!!

MC said...

Made with Monica Solorio-Snow's Winterkist, this would be an adorable holiday quilt for next year!

racergirl1313 said...

I think it would look amazing in Aneela Hoey's Designer Select Fat Quarter Bundle Sew Stitchy Collection.

Awesome pattern!

Allison C said...

I think this would look great with Lotta's Bella

Verena said...

I'd choose noteworthy by sweetwater for this pattern!

pkmegs said...

I think this would look great with Juggling Summer by Zen Chic.

Johanna said...

So Happy Together would look great!

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

I think I'd pick the comma line

ArtsyAndi said...

I think this pattern would look very fresh in Amy Butler's Spots. Bright and cheerful to welcome in the spring!

Darcy said...

The Merlot Kona fat quarter bundle would be wonderful!

aStarToSteerHerBy said...

I am in love with the socky line for this pattern! It would go so well with my son's sock monkey that he got for Christmas!

Amy said...

I can picture this pattern finished with Camel Creamery Neutrals 6 for an all seasons quilt!

ppfarrington(at)yahoo(dot)com

Diane said...

I would do it in Kissing Booth by Basic Grey. A feminine touch!! A girl has to have a quilt of her own, right?!

Ramona said...

I think Hello Sunshine by Riley Blake would be so bright and cheery with this pattern. A touch of spring!

Anonymous said...

I think Amy Butler's Spots would be a welcome this upcoming spring. bsprenkle@live.com

Heather said...

This would look great in Rock n' Romance by Pat Bravo. I would be tempted to throw in a few of the yellows from Kaye Prince's blogger bundle, too!

Mara said...

Comma Fat Quarter Bundle
Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics
would look good for this quilt kit.

Katy said...



Lively Extraordinary World by Jennifer Heynen would look great!

A West said...

I think Comma would look great in this pattern.

Brie said...

Rock N Romance! I love it!

everinprogress said...

I think comma would be a great collection for this quilt!

BizzyMom said...

This would look awesome with the Black and White by Michael Miller. The chevron style would be great for the stark contrast of the black and white. :)

Haley said...

I think this could make a super-cute Valentine's day quilt if you used the Flirt collection by Sandy Gervais for Moda.

Patrice said...

I think this would look fantastic with "Ticklish" by Me & My Sisters Design (Moda) It would be fun and colorful!

Beth said...

I would use Chicopee.

brenda said...

sweetwater's noteworthy....reminds me of all the letters and doodling i love!

Melissa Draper said...

I'd like to see it in Hot Chocolate!

Maria said...

I'm thinking Odds & Ends by Cosmo Cricket!

LGambler said...

I think it would look great in Serenade by Kate Spain!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I think Ostara by Dear Stella Fabrics would make a very classy quilt in this pattern.



Tammy said...

I think Tula Pink's Salt Water would look fabulous in this pattern! Thanks for the chance :)

WoolenSails said...

I love Barbara Brackman's Metropolitan Fair, I think it would make a beautiful quilt for my bedroom.

Debbie

Jennyroo said...

I would love to see this pattern in Indie by Pat Bravo. I think the small scale/high contrast patterns would be perfection for this awesome chevron quilt. http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/stores_app/Browse_Item_Details.asp?Shopper_id=10412311401104&Store_id=499&page_id=23&Item_ID=74160&Parent_Ids=

Margaret said...

There are too many awesome collections to choose just one :) but I think Kate Spain's Cuzco would be gorgeous in this great pattern.

Melissa Boo said...

I think Freely Cruzin would be fun with this pattern!

Kathy said...

I want to stay with Christmas one more week and say...Tis the Seasonis my pick for a collection!!! Love Christmas!!!
email...kathy@premierpyro.com

tusen said...

I think it would look striking in Mama Said Sew.

Debi said...

Amy Butler's Spots would make an awesome quilt!

Alisa @ KnitSpinQuilt said...

I have to second the first commenter -- I think it would look wonderful in Chicopee -- it would show off the different colors/tones well, and the small prints would work even in the smallest strips, especially the ladder dot.

jen said...

I love that quilt pattern and think that it would look gorgeous in the Buckland Shelburne Falls collection by Denyse Schmidt ... the collection isn't out yet but I am eagerly awaiting it. ;)

Karen said...

Salt Water by Tula Pink would look fantastic!

Patti said...

I would choose Indigo Crossing by Minick and Simpson.

LeAnn H. said...

Comma by Zen Chic for Moda would be the perfect match for this fun & modern quilt!

Kathy ~~~ said...

Would you believe Berenstain Bears for Moda Fabrics? lol I think I love them more than my kids way back then. They are so smart and I'd love to make a quilt with those fabrics.

melliebean26 said...

I would love to make this with either Lotta's Bella or Fig Tree's Tapestry. I know they are two very different lines, but I love them both!!

hueisei said...

This pattern will look amazing in Comma.

gloriajanine said...

I think this pattern would be very romantic in Floressence!! Just in time for Valentine's Day!!

Melissa Loves Color said...

I think this fun pattern would look great in Amy Butler's spots!

Chris S said...

I think this would be neat done in Kona cotton solids if the colors were laid out properly!

Jan said...

I just made this pattern and love it. I think next time I'd like to try it in Batiks by Batavian Batiks

Swedish Scrapper said...

Juggling Summer, with bella jade instead of white.

tlunsford said...

I would love this in "Ticklish"...I'm in love with this new line!!!

Reader Owl said...

I'll pick Indie by Pat Bravo for the pattern.

Dana Gaffney said...

I think it would look wonderful in Calm Curiosities, the colors are so wonderful.

Angelina S. said...

I think this would be soooo pretty in 2wenty-thr3e! Those colors are just yummy!

Lou Ann Lathrop said...

Sunrise Over the Rainbow Batiks Charm Pack
Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda Fabrics
Sunrise Over the Rainbow Batiks

I think this would look fabulous with this pattern.

LouAnn

Gill said...

I think this would look fabulous in DS's 'Chicopee'!

Debra Phillips said...

I'd definately go with Me and My Sister Designs Designer Select with their Ticklish...fun fun fun!

Julie Thompson said...

I would like to make this in Ticklish for my little girls

Diane said...

This would be fun in Freely Cruizin Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup for Henri Glass.

daveanddiane@sympatico.ca

Vroomans' Quilts said...

WOuld make a great 'man's' quilt in Kaufman's Ombre Fusions.

Sallie said...

Pirouette by Verna Mosquera for Free Spirit Fabrics

Canadian Abroad said...

I think Heaven and Helsinki's incredible colours would really stand out in this pattern.
susanblogspot(at)gmail(dot)com

Hildy said...

I think it would be fun with Moda Snap Pop.

hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

java diva said...

I love this pattern! I could see it with LilyBelle.

Ali said...

Oooh I'd love to use the DreamMaker Rock 'n Romance Fat Quarter Bundle
by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway!

Tricia said...

I would LOVE to see this in Notting Hill - Perfect for a Spring Throw!

M.W. said...

Juggling Summer. I love the Scout pattern.
Shawn

Rachael Stensrud said...

Phoebe by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics would be so great!

fenna said...

I'm thinking the earth wind and fire by exclusively quilter.

karen said...

I think Scout would be a lot of fun in Kaffe Fassett's Dots. --kbhallman@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I love the October Fest batiks for this pattern. Actually any batiks would look great.
glf.tricia@mchsi.com

Laurel said...

I am surprised at my choice - not something I typically use - but I was looking for a collection with a wide variety of colors, definitely with some texture, but with tone-on-tone fabrics... this lovely crisp pattern would get lost in the busier prints. So I'm going with Cobblestone Stonehenge.

Miwako said...

Comma by Zen Chic.

MNakata45@aol.com

Donna Allen said...

I'd love to see it in Good Morning bt Me & My Sister!

Heather said...

Rock n romance would give it an amazing look.

Caroline said...

Sweetwater's noteworthy would be really pretty!

mean sarah jean said...

ha! i'm actually making this one with simply color!

Anonymous said...

I think the vitorious civil war bundle would be perfect for this pattern. It has just the right amount of contrast and would be easy to strip piece into this beautiful chevron pattern.

Nycole Crow nycolen@yahoo.com

Lynda said...

I think that it would be fun to audition HOT CHOCOLATE by Camelot Cottons - coming soon!

Ella said...

I'd use Comma!

Helen said...

I'd like to make this in Pam Kitty Love fabric.

Mariane Huckleberry mhuckleb@iuhealth.org said...

I think that Asian Peony would be very pretty. Thanks Mariane Huckleberry

Stacey Napier said...

Bungle Jungle would make an adorable crib quilt in this pattern!
staceynapier@me.com

craftyjak said...

Scout would look adorable in Laurie Wisbrun's Roughing It!

Meg said...

I'd choose to make this in Tula Pink's Salt Water.

Colleen M said...

This pattern looks good for boys. I think any of these would be great for this pattern: Run, Run Robot! by Studio 8, All About Boys by Debra Jordan Bryan or Outer Space by Vita Mechachonis.

colleenmiller(at)qwestoffice(dot)net

kristie said...

I have to explain my selection! The pattern name "Scout" made me think of "To Kill a Mockingbird" movie with Gregory Peck....in black and white. Being a media specialist I naturally connect things to books!
So the collection I thought would be best for this pattern is Mystique by
Lila Tueller for Riley Blake Designs. It has enough contrast to still show the pattern and will be a great quilt in any decor. Thanks, k

Susan said...

I would choose Pheobe, Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics. The quilt pattern reminds me of feathers and I love the subtle color shifts of gray and purple in this palette.

KC said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
KC said...

Seascape would look amazing! I LOVE anything to do with the beach, water, sand, sea, etc. It's a beautiful, calming, soothing color palette.

Ramona said...

I think I would like to see this in Phoebe by Another Point of View. It would be almost understated, but I love the violet and gray color scheme

Brandi Pond said...

GREAT CHOICE CODI!!! I would have to choose Willow by My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake Designs. Wonderful line!!! Happy Quilting y'all!!! Brandi Pond

Anonymous said...

I think a batik collection would give this pattern a new twist. I recommend SUNRISE OVER THE RAINBOW BATIKS COLLECTION FROM LAUNDRY BASKET QUILTS FOR MODA.
Joyce
jfinch@kingwoodcable.net

Christina said...

I think this would love amazing in the ombre solids from Simply Color by V and Co with some of the prints thrown in for variety! christina112358 at gmail dot com

Lisa Marie said...

I'd like to see this pattern made in Cuzco fabrics. The variety of prints, scales and colors would make it interesting to look at.

Debbie said...



Birds of Paradise Batiks by Hoffman Fabrics would be beautiful! Thanks!
gussek at hotmail dot com



landscapelady said...

Any of the norcott Stonehenge line would give it a 3-D effect

JoyceLM said...

I think this pattern would look great in Ticklish - using all the colorways. Thanks.

CJ said...

Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill!

Margaret said...

I think this would be charming in Chocolate Sundae Batiks by Hoffman- with a flannel or maybe minky back too- soft and cuddly- just right for curling up with a good book!

AnnieK said...

Something with a vintage feel, like Pirouette from Free Spirit, would be very pretty in this pattern. :-)

Naomi Stewart said...

I think it would look great with the new cabbage rose batiks by Hoffman.
nkstewart9@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would choose "mama said sew" collection, I always love the red/white/grey colour combination,
thanks for the chance,
katelijn

Katy said...

Would be pretty with Phoebe by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics!

Vivian said...

Even though it's not out yet, Field Notes by
Blackbird Designs for Moda Fabrics would bring a very organic and natural feeling to the pattern. The pattern reminds me of feathers.
sweetlildaisy5566@yahoo.com

Mrs.Pickles said...

I think it would look great in Cuzo!
thank you for the chance to win

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see it done in The Union Forever, by Judie Rothermel.
crafty5292@aol.com

Gertie Pye said...

Mmmmmmmmmarmalade!!

quiltmom said...

I think it would be lovely in Lynette Anderson's follow my heart fabrics.
Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabrics.
Regards from western Canada,
Anna

heart of charnwood said...

I think this would look fab in RB small chevrons, as it would give it massive depth and trick the eye a little! : ). Ange (angegarrett AT hotmail DOT com).

Suzan C. said...

I like the contrasts and mix of solids and prints in Opulent Cosmopolitan, Northcutt Studio for Northcutt Fabrics.

Bree said...

I'd love Cruzin' by Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup for Henry Glass Fabrics
because it reminds me of spring and the prints are gorgeous.

robin said...

Chicopee would be amazing!

Debi Horne said...

This particular pattern is like a piece of art, very bold. It reminds me of feathers. So I would use Seven Wonders by Parson Gray. The fabric patterns would add texture to an already inspiring pattern.

Debi Horne
debihorne54@yahoo.com

Granny Janny said...

Noteworthy by Sweetwater for Moda

Carrie P. said...

such a neat pattern. I think it would be fun to do the quilt in Cherry on Top by
Keiki

Kathleen OGrady said...

I think Tree of Life by Timeless Treasures would look awesome for this pattern. Thanks for a chance to win!

Amy said...

It is "Coming Soon", but I would choose Comma by Zen Chic for Moda. It is not too busy of fabric and could be a quilt for a guy or girl.

SunshineandSpices said...

Definitely Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry. The plaids would look really cute with this pattern.

Alexandra Sparks said...

I love the soothing tones of Creamery Neutrals 6 by Buggy Barn for Henry Glass Fabrics.

Texas JennyWren said...

I Think the Silent Film colors of Kona Solids would look so good with this pattern - it would look like birch trees on a grey winter day!! I would add a little pop of color like a red as the final color, like cardinals in the trees.
K001-1007
K001-1223
K001-1080
K001-359
K001-1071

Lidia Holliday said...

Ahoy Matey from Michael Miller
It would make a fabulous quilt for the lake.
Lidia Holliday, Alberta, Canada
blholliday@shaw.ca

llavmc said...

I think this pattern would look great using Flirt by Sandy Gervais.

Mull3g said...

Comma by Zen Chic would really make a fantastic quilt. thanks for the chance to win!

Brynn said...

Anything Kate Spain! But her new line, Honey Honey, would look soo good in this!

Ashley G. said...

I would love this in Noteworthy by Sweetwater

Karen said...

I would like to use Cinnamon Spice for this pattern.

Lia*s Handmades said...

Tree of Life by Timeless Treasures. It's so beautiful!

Penny said...

I think the pattern would look good made using the collection Phoebe by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics.

Heather B said...

Haven In My Room Jenean Morrison for Free Spirit Fabrics would be great for this pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!
mrs.hbraun@gmail.com

Amorette said...

this would look amazing with dear stella's gilt trip!

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

Simply color by V and Co would be my top choice!

Kathy said...

I think Phoebe would give this pattern an very sophisticated but modern look for a teenager

Sue said...

I like 'Typing', but 'Glamping' would be fun with this pattern as well! sguday at shaw dot ca

sko_G knits said...

La Belle Fleur by French General for Moda. love it!

emmy said...

I think Little Black Dress would be striking with Kona Sand Casthe for the solid strips.

emmy said...

I meant Kona Sand Castle.
maryellen1304@hotmail.com

Mom2RyandSis said...

I think it would look great in Comma! Thanks for the chance to win!

Becky said...

Oh gosh! This pattern would look stunning with French General Favorites.

Cara said...

Oh man, such a tough one! For bold, I say Dear Stella's Gilt Trip, but for something softer, I'd go Dear Stella's Cleo!

trish said...

I love this pattern! (I have it-smile)
I think it would look amazing in either Amy Butler's Alchemy or Avalon by Fig Tree. :o)

Angela Bowman said...

I think that Giza Seven Wonders by Parson Gray would be great!

Helen L said...

I would choose Simply Color by V and Company!! I thinks the colors would lend themselves nicely to that bold pattern!!

Karen M said...

I would choose Follow My Heart because it has such great contrast that would really work for this pattern.

Angie Dodson said...

I love Cozy Summer Home by Heather Mulder Peterson for Henry Glass.

angiemhildebrand@yahoo.com

Abby said...

I think Penelope by Holly Holderman would be great. All those spots stripes and Plaids... Love it

Tamie said...

I'd love to see it in Saltwater.

Coffee Break Whatever said...

I thinkn Tone on TOne small Dots would look great on Cluck and Sews hourglass pattern!
Cheri
quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com
or the google one

Heidi Staples said...

This would be darling in Comma!

Marcia W. said...

happy-go-lucky from Bonnie & Camille would make a lovely Scout quilt mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

Jeneta said...

Cotton Dots! Lots of positive and negative dots would provide both colour and interest (and fun!). Everyone loves dots!

Schatzi said...

Naptime by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics would be so sweet and charming for this pattern!

2peachesLA said...

This quilt would be serene and sophisticated with Salt and Pepper Tonga Batiks.

Erin @ Sew at Home Mummy said...

Simply Color for sure! Thanks for the opportunity!
Erin

Ruth K said...

I think this quilt would look great in Ticklish by Me & My Sisters.

Jayme said...

I think this pattern would look really REALLY good using Elizabeth Hartman's Blogger's Choice bundle. This pattern just screams little boy to me and so does the bundle!! Thanks!!

Craft Mad said...

This would look beautiful in Bronze shimmer by Timeless Treasure

sandyandcosmo said...

I think the Salt Water collection would bring this pattern to life!

Valerie said...

I think this would be great in Floresscence!

Lisa E said...

I would choose Urbanista
by Belinda for Studio e,
with charcoal grey
sashing strips.

punkypurls said...

I think it would be awesome in Chicopee by Denyse Schmidt.

Rachelle said...

Bungle Jungle for a great kids quilt.

Anonymous said...

I think I would use Double Chocolat for this quilt.
I don't have a google account or know what open id is or a Name/URl so you can reach me at kmulln3@msn.com

kmulln3 said...

How about Funky Monkey! I know a little monkey would love that.

Contented Mama said...

This would be so fun in boy crazy....so cool for a toddler's first bed, or even as a crib blanket for a new little guy!

Christina said...

Because the herringbone pattern in this quilt reminds me of a classy men's jacket, I think it would look dashing made with Somerset Shirtings by Julie Hendricksen and Nancy Gere for Windham Fabrics.

Barb said...

This would be fun to do up in Ticklish by Me & My Sister. A bright splash to remind us that Spring is coming!

momentary lapse said...

I think Amy Butler's Alchemy would be gorgeous in this quilt pattern.

Anonymous said...

I would love to try this pattern in Timeless Treasure's Plume.
Linda
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

LeAnne said...

I think this pattern would look really nice done in Orchid Stonehenge.

scottylover said...

Would love to make this pattern using The Morris Apprentice fabrics. They are gorgeous!

Sandy A

Becky S. said...

I think it would be cute in Happy-Go-Lucky when it is released.

Beth said...

I would choose Malka's Simple Marks for this pattern. I think the richness of the colors and the range would make for a lot of visual interest.

Tamara McGee said...

Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill would be awesome with this pattern! I love it!

blueberrylane said...

Happy Go Lucky by Bonnie and Camille or Field Harvest by Blackbird designs or 2wenty thr3e by Moda.

Rhonda D. said...

I would love to see this quilt in either Marmalade, 2wenty Thr3e,
Pam kitty, or Sew Mama Sew. Thanks
for te chance to win!

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Heather A said...

I think Chicopee or Sweet Journey Rhapsodia.

Hannah said...

I would love to make this in Art Gallery oval elements

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I'd love this in Chicopee by DS!

Julie said...

I love Cuzco's colors. They're brilliant and fun.

Sharon said...

I like the Good Morning fabric collection. Nice bright colors!

Myself said...

I love the "All About Coffee" collection! Many thanks for the great giveaway!
myself1977(at)gmail(dot)com

Brenda said...

I think it would look wonderful in Chicopee

Beth said...

I think Salt Water would look great - just because I love it so much!

Trisch said...

Hello Sunshine would be cute made up in this pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary said...

I think it would be fun to use Independence Trail by Minick and Simpson. A little modern, a little traditional, all blended together.

Katie said...

I think Michael Miller's "Ahoy Matey" would be awesome!

Sharon said...

I love the Good Morning fabric. Nice bright colors! skmooney62291@yahoo.com

Patty said...

I would love to use Noteworthy!
love the Sweetwater lines.

Rhonda said...

I would like to see it in Juliet by Anna Griffin. I think this fabric collection would make it ephemeral, and really bring out the feather-like design of the quilt.

Linda said...

HI I'D LIKE TO TRY THIS IN "HONEY HONEY"! THANK YOU!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Sandy D said...

I have picked Cuzco by nKate Spain as my choice.It would be great.

«Oldest ‹Older   1 – 200 of 243   Newer› Newest»