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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Giveaway: Ocean View Fat Quarter Bundle

Hi there! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend!  It was pretty cold here and stormed most of the weekend, so I spent quite a bit of time at my sewing machine! I can't wait to show you what I've been working on!

I wanted to mention before we get to the giveaway, that we are having a big sale on all 44/45 width Chevron by Riley Blake!  Just use code crazyforchevron to get 30% off!  Sale good through May 2, 2014.  Click here to start shopping!

We have a delicious bundle of fabric to giveaway to one lucky winner!  When we came out with this bundle, I was in love.  This bundle has a very calming and serene quality to it and I just can't get enough of it! 


This is an 8 piece fat quarter bundle featuring the serene colors of aqua and sea green! :) 

To enter to win this beauty, you just have to answer this question in the comment section below:

What is your go-to quilt pattern when you want to make a quick and easy quilt?

Please leave your answer below! Please include your email address if you are a no-reply blogger or anonymous commenter! 

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

Good luck, and I will talk to you soon!



PS: My go-to quilt pattern would be pinwheels.  I don't know why, but I never get sick of making them! :) 

210 comments:

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Jennifer said...

My go-to quilt pattern is fence rails. There are so many different things I can do with them that make them so fun. Email address is southernmom@live.com

Mini MNM's said...

I go to a plus sign (or cross) quilt. Its made up of 5 blocks of fabric (any size, but the bigger the block, the faster, easier, and bigger)!

sherryberrybim said...

Disappearing nine-patch is my go-to quick pattern.

Betsy said...

Chinese coins. Easy, fast and I can use scraps and yardage on hand. Thanks for the chance

Sarah said...

My go to quilt pattern is the nine patch. I just never get sick of that one! Thanks for the giveaway; I love those colors too! sarah@forrussia.org

Maree in NC ☺ said...

Lately, my "go to" has been sewing crumbs and bits and pieces together to make fun, scrappy blocks. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win those yummy fat quarters! While looking at them, I thought I could actually hear the ocean waves. ☺

my nana maree @ yahoo . com

Diann said...

The Warm Wishes pattern. That or a 9 patch.

Melanie said...

Nine patch with sashing is my go to pattern!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I usually go with a coin pattern. Fast and Easy!

Kathy Davis said...

My go to pattern will always be the Nine Patch. When I was ten years old in the 1962, I asked all my neighbors for fabric and my mom taught me to hand sew a Nine Patch Block. Mom helped me put all the blocks together and Dad built a quilt frame. The best part is the whole family helped quilt, including my 2 older brothers. Lots of sore fingers later, we had a finished quilt and the best part is that I still have it today. Good memories!!

suzi said...

always a nine patch. working on one right now!!

amy mayen said...

I've never made a quilt. Well, I did make some "doll quilts" which are sort of like placemats. But I just sewed squares together. So I don't have a go to quilt pattern...yet!

Lisa said...

I always turn to half square triangles in some configuration. Thanks for the chance. Love the colors!

Jenn said...

I'm a self taught quilter thru trial 'n error and lots of You Tube, lol. Nine Patch is a great pattern for me! Thanks for the giveaway.

Bethany said...

I like the disappearing nine patch! Thank you for the great giveaway, the colors are fabulous!

Lisa Marie said...

I agree that disappearing nine patch is a good one. I just finished one this week. But to jazz it up a bit I added a section of paper pieced leaves. Took some extra time to do the leaves, but made it a quilt I am thrilled with!

Julie Thompson said...

Me and my sister's easy as 10 or easy as 11 patterns. Super easy :)

Tabitha Keener said...

I'm with you, I seem to make pinwheel! I love the colors in this bundle but I have to say you have a gift at making beautiful bundles! I've been saving up to get quite a few from your store! Thanks

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

teachpany said...

I like anything by Quilt In A Day. Zig A Zag, Tossed 9 Patch and Hole In The Wall are some that I've done, plus Log Cabin and Double Irish Chain.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Wow...I've never made a quilt top more than once.

Becca said...

9 patch

Jo said...

Hugs and Kisses

Sherrie Naquin said...

I am just beginning to learn to quilt and have only made a log cabin block. I would like to do a fence rail quilt.

Kris said...

Pre- cut squares, so easy to put together different ways, that they will never look the same.

Emily Breclaw said...

I don't know that I have a standard "go to", as I usually do my quick and easy stuff based on pinterest inspirations. . . but lately I've made a lot of quilts with 4.5" equilateral triangles. I have one of the creative grids rulers that helps you cut five at once, so I love turning all my scraps into triangles. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity, those are my absolute favorite colors!!

Anonymous said...

This. would match what I'm making maybe fabric fairy will show up

Crickets Corner said...

Mine is Falling Charms, fast and easy. Second is winging it with half square triangles. Love the bundle, my favorite colors.

Anonymous said...

Four patch

dana faber said...

Well, I haven't been quilting that long but I think if I needed one fast I could slap 2 pieces of cloth together and machine quilt it. Or maybe a jelly roll race top would work too.

Vicki H said...

I like the disappearing 9 patch. Great for charms and/or scraps too.

Vicki Freeman said...

I love making hour glass blocks!

Anonymous said...

I like the hourglass quilt!
Andrea
ifoundmyboots@yahoo.com

laura said...

I like the Bargello, easy to do but it looks intricate.

Afquilt said...

When I'm stuck I typically I use a lot of HSTs... so many different ways to go from there!

Diane Rhoades said...

Nine patch is my favorite!

Tracy said...

I just made a Bow Tie quilt, super easy and fast, cute one for a boy!

Stitches said...

A jelly roll Race quilt would be my quicky quilt

Jeanne Gwin said...

good old fashioned nine patch quilt blocks. Love making them and seeing them come together. Thanks

Peggy said...

I've only used a log cabin type of pattern
Thanks.
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Suze said...

I have a pattern buried in my stash that is very fat quarter friendly and it reminds me of an adaptation of Rail Fence. I don't know where it is at this minute.

Carol is Sewbizzy said...

My favorite is the x and o quilts...thank you

Anonymous said...

Mine would also have to be pinwheels.
verstraete10@aol.com

Heartsdesire said...

My go-to pattern is a 9-patch. I never get tired of seeing this quilt block.

Anita said...

I would also choose pinwheels. I use the fast and easy way of making them.

OhioLori said...

Pretty new to quilting...so have used 9-Patch & HST's the most. I do loooove Pinwheels tho! Was 1st quilt I made..then did a Tumbler, and finished up 2 D9P quilts for Christmas gifts. D9P is only one I hsave made two times...so far! :)

Debbie Thomas said...

I haven't made enough quilts yet to have a "go-to" I've only made 6 quilts and just finished a SWOON quilt top done in Moda's Scrumptious fabric and it is gorgeous!! I would love to make more of that...but it isn't a fast and easy one.

Cecilia said...

My go to pattern is the Ohio Star. I love it. Beautiful bundle, thanks for the chance to win.

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

You can't beat your simple nine-patch patchwork using a charm pack and a solid!

GG said...

Love the colors in the bundle!
The Rail Fence pattern is an easy & quick one to do.

Laurel said...

My favorite fast quilt is the pattern for use with fat quarters called "Yellow Brick Road" by Atkinson Designs. After many years I still see it in the quilt shops and it makes a great contemporary baby quilt or a fast colorful quilt for the grand kids.

Pat V. said...

I've never made a pattern twice - yet.

ritainalaska said...

I've made variations of stacked coins for quickies. thanx for the chance to win that gorgeous bundle of aquas.

Katie said...

My go to pattern is the designer star pattern by my lovely friend May Chappell -- it only requires 6 fabrics and easily adjusts to any size needed.

Kim said...

I don't particularly have a favorite pattern but when I want to make something quick I whip up 4 or 9 patch blocks and arrange them in a pleasing pattern that I like.

Jen Barnard said...

I haven't been quilting long enough to have a "go to" pattern yet and I'm not sure I'd ever want to make the same one twice anyway.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Phyllis said...

I like using charm squares since I'm just learning to quilt. These go together pretty quick and easy.

dcargill said...

I really don't have a go to pattern because I am just learning. I did make the jelly roll race quilt & that was quick & easy.

Peaches1003 said...

Simple patchwork if I really want something fast. A few wonky stars thrown in if I want it to be a bit fancier

Melva Palmer said...

Apparently I'm a slow poke. I haven't duplicated one yet so I don't know. Although I have several charm packs which will be fast and easy.

QuiltinGram said...

Pinwheels are my all time favorite also!

Connie Cain said...

Being a newbie, having only finished one quilt, I don't have a go-to pattern yet. :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

Karen Rhodes said...

I'm new to quilting, but I really like making pinwheels from charm squares. Love the serene colors in the fqb.

GranChris said...

It depends on the fabric and my mood. The D9P is always good, a split rail is good, a simple 3Dudes quilt is good.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Gorgeous bundle :) For me it is a shaggy edge quilt - takes me no time to make them.

Jess @ Elven Garden Quilts said...

I don't really have a go to pattern as such, but HSTs are usually a fun and fast quilt :o)

monkeysocks@rocketmail. com said...

I like to do the Courthouse Steps variation in the More Quilts for Baby book...it's fast easy and is a great novelty fabric frame!

Gill said...

Disappearing 9 patch!

Kay said...

My go to quilt is to use a charm pack with some jelly rill strips added, it is already cut and quick to put together, Thanks for a gorgeous giveaway. x

Lee said...

I would say tumbler or nine patch! thanks for the beautiful giveaway!

Karen M said...

My go to pattern is 9-patch. Can't beat it for impressive look with few ways to go wrong. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric.

Kathleen Lambert said...

My go to pattern is "One Block Wonder." Quick and easy, no seams to match.

Digiscrapations said...

I would say a 9 patch or 4 patch with HST. I'm working on a 4 patch now all scrappy. Gorgeous fabric bundle!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

Kathy H said...

My easy pattern is the rail fence, and I have now started to put an appliqué on it somewhere, dogs, cats, flowers.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

the nine patch would be the go to for me also...and there is the log cabin. double Irish Chain is quick too!!!
thanks for this chance

charlotte said...

My go to is patchwork. You can up size the squares for a quick put together quilt.

Charmaine McLaughlin said...

I like a 9-patch, especially for a baby quilt. It reminds me of the prescious quilt my great grandmother made for me when I was little.

Sherry said...

I go to pinwheels every time I love the quick method that you sew around the outside edge of squares and then cut across the diagonal twice. Thanks for a chance in your giveaway!

JLVerde said...

I'm a super beginner quilter so I just go for simple patchwork, like piecing 5 inch charms together or 9 patch. That one can be very straight and proper or wonky.

jillredding said...

Courthouse steps or log cabin. It was the first block I ever made and still my favorite!

ipatchandquilt said...

I do no really have a go-to-pattern... I try to learn something new each time. For baby quilts I will try to use flannel as backing if I can get my hands on some that looks cool.
The bundle that is up for grabs is truely awesome! So COOL!
Esther

Dolores said...

I'd probably go with 9 patch or 4 patch. I have a quick baby quilt pattern called "Super Size 9 Patch", just made 8 for my cousin to take on her mission trip to Romania. I have made several , Eleanor Burns log cabins. Would love to win that bundle--great colors! dabblanton @yahoo.com

Sandra :) said...

My favourite quick and easy one doesn't really have a name (unless it's one patch, lol) - it's 36 x 6.5" squares set 6x6, using 2 or 6 different fabrics. It's the perfect size for a baby, and very quick to make up :)

DeborahGun said...

my favourite is just straightforward patchwork squares, preferably using precuts!

Jeanie said...

Dreamy fabric! I tend to go to Log Cabins, arranged differently. Thanks for the giveaway!

Joyce said...

I usually don't make the same one twice, the only one I have is hugs and kisses.

Fran said...

My go-to pattern for a quick quilt finish is a simple patchwork square layout. Alternatively for a bit of a change (but still quick & easy) I'll set the squares on point. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Nancy Lewis said...

My go to quilt, is fence rails. They are so easy to make and I can adjust the size and make it bigger or smaller.

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

9-patch or 4-patch alternated with squares... Scrappy and quick!

Margaret said...

Either a rail fence or a cheveron using precuts.

Chiska said...

Patchwork squares.

Sowing Stitches said...

My favorite 'need it yesterday' go to pattern for quilts is the Vanishing 9 Patch!

Jess said...

9 patch

delaineelliott said...

My go to quilt is the one where you keep sewing strips of fabric together until you get the size that you want. Thanks!

Sherry VF said...

I go-to 9 Patch quilts. They are so quick and easy. Lovely fabric for the giveaway! svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Ooooooohhhhh ... pretty! As I consider myself still a newbie, my easy-peasy-quick quilt would be a simple charm pack (or squares of any size) quilt.

Deby Coles said...

I've yet to make a quilt! I bought the prettiest jelly roll and now don't know what to do with it! But these fabrics would go with my jelly roll perfectly. Could be time to make up my mind.

Bonnie said...

My go-to pattern for a quick quilt is the 9 patch and it is even easier and faster if I use precuts!

Barb N said...

This winter I've been liking the Cherry Charm Pack quilt, which was a free pattern from Fat Quarter Shop. It goes together easily and looks great!

Janie said...

The giveaway fabric is beautiful. My go to quilt is usually a square within a square. Thanks for the giveaway.

Rachel said...

I don't have a go-to quilt pattern. I have not made any quilt pattern more than once yet. That's a gorgeous bundle. Thanks for the chance to win.

Kris said...

I don't know that I have a go to quilt pattern yet. I just love to do D9 patches and have made a couple of those but I also love curves so I have made some quilts with the quick curve ruler. These fabrics are lovely.

Grandma Helen said...

Disappearing 9-patch is a quick quilt with several variations. For a kids' charity quilt, I go to an easy four patch in solids separating larger blocks of a great kids' focal fabric.

babiesdoc said...

Half square triangles in a variety of layouts

TADVR said...

disappearing 9 patch or HST's are always fun & easy

Quilting Tangent said...

I haven't made many quilts, so I don't have a go to pattern. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Jacklynn said...

I have an Accuquilt Go, and my go-to quilt is a tumbler block. Easy to cut, easy to piece, scrappy goodness or stripes - they're fast and easy. That is a beautiful bundle of fabric - I would love to win that! Thanks for the chance!

Miggsie said...

It doesn't get much quicker or easier than simple square patchwork.

Sheila said...

For me it is a nine patch , dimple yet always wonderful . Thanks for the chance :-)

Lynda said...

I like to combine a 9 patch block with a snowball block, especially if I have fabric that I want to either fussy cut or display the great patterns in -love the colors of this bundle

Anonymous said...

Half square triangles are great. The possibilities are endless!!
cpoot at telus dot net

Anonymous said...

Log Cabin. It was the first block I learned to make and I love all its variations.

senstrings [at] yahoo [dot] com

claudia said...

My new favorite go to pattern is not really a pattern at all, but a process. I love making the strip quilts from the 2-1/2" by WOF strips. I never know how they will turn out, but I am always pleasantly surprised. I get a lot of requests for quilts made this way!

Karen said...

Haha, I don't make fast and easy quilts. I would like to try that jelly roll race thing; it sounds fast and easy.

LisaF said...

Nine Patch

Sue Bennett said...

I make a lot of the yellow brick road. I use them for charity quilts. I love this collection of blues.

suebennett1975@gmail.com

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

I haven't been quilting long enough to have a go-to pattern yet but I'd think it would have to be something with pre-cuts.

Texas Quilting Gal said...

Nine patch and anything easy with charms!

Kelly Wilson said...

A go to for something that looks more complicated than it is would be the Giant Vintage Star pattern on Jeni Baker's blog. It finishes around 68 x 68. 12 of the sixteen blocks are HST and the other four are solid.
Thanks for the opportunity! notwendy gmail

Jennyroo said...

Nine patch Irish Chain. So quick and simple... the first quilt I ever made at a weekend long quilt class!

Joan H. said...

Log cabin bloc is my go-to favorite.

Louise Mullane said...

New to quilting and have just done a rail fence quilted cushion cover
Mullanelou@Gmail.com

Tanyia said...

coins or postage stamps I would have to say!

QuilterB said...

Love the colors do fresh. I will have to think what pattern to use them with. Thanks for the chance

Marti Taylor said...

I make HST's when I am not sure what to do, and sometimes just for fun. I almost always throw some HST on a quilt!

Linda said...

Hello, I love to do Pinwheels and have done so many that that is what I'd use>love these!
Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Renee said...

Oooh those are lovely! I am so in love with the aqua/teal/turquoise lately! I really like Tula Pink's field study pattern--it is quick and works great with large prints.

MoeWest said...

So far I've never made the same quilt twice. The quickest quilt I've made was a panel with borders added.

Julie said...

I would have to say the disappearing 9 patch. Thanks

Kathleen OGrady said...

I love HST, so many options with them. What a beautiful bundle! Thanks for the giveaway!

Amy DeCesare said...

I'm kind of amused by this question, because I don't really make quilts quickly at all. I think I might whip up a log cabin quilt if I needed to hurry. They can be very traditional, or extra cool in modern prints.

Connie Rhea said...

My go to quilt pattern is a log cabin quilt because it is the first quilt pattern I ever made, and in a day.

Evie H said...

Oooo, some of my favorite colors. I don't really have a "go to" pattern, but one I've used more than once is called "Flim Flam" by Pressed for Time Quiltworks for a lap-size quilt using FQs. That pattern would work perfectly with this bundle, so I hope I win!

LeAnne said...

Large HSTs because they can be put together so many different ways and still feel like a new design.

Mom2RyandSis said...

I love all the options of HSTs. Great bundle! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Audrey Mulloy said...

My first quilt was yellow brick road! I would have to say that's my favorite!!! :0)

DebraKay Neiman said...

Irish chain was a fast quilt for me. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

P Bybee said...

Half square triangles is my go to pattern! then it's just up to me how to put 'em together and make a pattern :)

Joyce Carter said...

My favorite go to pattern is the 9 patch. Thanks for the giveaway.

Jane said...

I don't really have a "go to" pattern, but the first blocks I made were pinwheels and I'm still partial to them. Thanks!

TerryH said...

My love would be squares or rectangles. And one of my favorite patterns would be either
Bricks or Turning Twenty. Thanks for the chance to win.

barbara woods said...

Pin wheels or stars, thanks

Gwen Wehner said...

I love pinwheels too! That's the pattern I've used the most.

Kathy Holscher said...

I always go to a square in a square...it's fast & easy and difficult to mess up! Thanks for the give-a-way!

Michele T said...

Oh my gosh!! This is a dreamy bundle... Would love to win it!!! I can't say that I have a go to pattern for a quick quilt but I do like the Pinwheel.. Thanks for the chance!

Dee said...

Disappearing 9 patch is quick and easy!

Jill Meador said...

Take Five is my go to pattern-love flipping the blocks for different looks

sue said...

I don't have a go-to quilt as I love to mix it up and try new things! I don't think I have made the same quilt twice!

Emily C said...

I love the simple star, so easy to make. 6"center, with points.

Anonymous said...

I love to use a charm square bundle, set in 6 x 7 rows, use a narrow inner border and a wider outer border. Fast, quick and all color coordinated.
paweis at yahoo dot com

Quilting Nonnie said...

I have a quilt pattern done by a local gal. It's called I Need It Tomorrow. It's so quick and can be laid out different ways.

Rebecca said...

I've done the New Wave pattern for a number of baby quilts now - quick and beautiful!

nicolesender said...

I'd say I would use the nine patch pattern.

Kathy said...

I'm still a newbie to quilting so I really don't have a go-to quilt. Right now I'm pretty much willing to try anything once! And I just love the colors of this bundle! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Christine S said...

Disappearing Nine Patch!

Karrie S said...

6" cut sqaures or a charm pack. Just squares. Super simple, no pattern needed :) Thanks for the chance to win! I'm making an aqua/teal and white quilt and these would fit in perfect! ksmith8@emich.edu

Kathy Boice said...

I usually do an I Spy Quilt for a quick project. midwayfarms@hughes.net

Mara said...

I am not a big quilt maker, but if I was to make a lot of quilts, I would do the 9 patch, that's easy and looks different every time.

diane said...

When making a quick quilt to give away I always relay on using charm packs or jelly rolls. Quiick easy and coordinated. Always received with a "Ahh"! The bundle is just the right colors for a summer project. Thank you for the chance to win it.

Sunnybec said...

D9P. In fact I have just done one! I had a tin full of odd charm squares, you know the ones you aren't too keen on so leave out, or the odd one you haven't used, so I just sewed them all into blocks, cut them up again, and sewed them back in any order, so its very very scrappy. I am going to use it for throwing around when we go camping, much better than them sat in a tin doing nothing. Thanks for the giveaway.

Leslie at the Sugarhouse said...

My go to pattern is usually a 9 patch, but I enjoy a good challenge now and then! Love this bundle, my favorite colors for sure! Thanks for a chance at winning!

angie @ the cellar door stories said...

i am brand new to quilting, so i'm still keeping busy with using charm packs in simple patterns :)

Lou said...

I like to make the Chevron pattern using a jelly roll:)

Crochet Hooks said...

I am just learning quilting so I don't have a fav yet!

wilma said...

i havent made a whole quilt yet, but i have done pinwheel potholders, and a nine patch doll quilt for my daughter. i dream of having more time to do it soon

Marge said...

No go-to for quilts, as I've never made one. May try my hand at an 18" doll quilt since I'm enjoying re-learning sewing skills by making doll clothes recently, which is what I'd do with this gorgeous fabric if it were in my stash!

Tiffany said...

I haven't made enough quilts yet to have a go-to pattern yet. There are just too many to try first! However, I think I'll be making lots of puff quilts for baby nieces and nephews.

brownj6610 said...

Rail fence and disappearing four patches. Love them.

Melissa Miller said...

I don't really have a go to pattern but I'd probably pick something simple like a nine patch.

Jessica said...

I like to make pinwheels.

Jusmom1 said...

The only quilt I have ever made more than once is a pinwheel. I guess that qualifies as my "go to", lol. Thanks for the chance to win!

PK Sews said...

Thd disappearing nine-patch is my favorite quick quilt. Thanks for the chance to win this luscious blue bundle

Shar said...

I like the pattern where I sew strips together and cut them up into blocks. It's fast and fun!

diane said...

I always do half square triangles when I'm looking to do something quick!

apple blossom said...

rag quilt or I spy.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

April G said...

I'm kind of embarrassed about it, but I only just ventured into quilting, so all I've done thus far is a few simple rag quilts. I'm hoping to learn to do more though! :)
aprilgilbertson(at)gmail(dot)com

KathleenD said...

I've only made a few quilts and they've all been different. So, I haven't found a "go-to" quilt pattern yet. I suspect basics such as 4-patch, 9-patch or HST will be involved when I settle on a "go-to" pattern.

Elise Lea said...

Love this bundle! I just designed a quilt yesterday that will have a white background and blues and teals as the main color and this bundle would be perfect for it! Thanks for such a great opportunity!

Laura Sadler said...

I've had a lot of baby quilts to make as gifts this past year and my go to pattern has been a modern chevron look made with simple 2 strip fence rail blocks...if set on point, you get a straight chevron look, but a straight set will give you a diagonal chevron..i've had fun doing both. Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance to win this lovely fq pack!

Mom C said...

Probably log cabin or nine patches. Love the colors Thanks

Anonymous said...

I would say the Disappearing 9 Patch, beautiful colors on the bundle!
Heather
hbrooke_ski (@) hotmail (.) com

Suzan Koczka said...

My go to quilt is a rag quilt.

Karen said...

I will often use the perfect Ten pattern for lovely fabrics like these. Quick and easy but very effective!

Catskill Quilter said...

I like Rail Fences for speed, but I often do log cabins and just try to sew a little faster!

Melanie Hudgens said...

I have been experimenting with a variety of 9-patch patterns. I don't really have a go-to pattern yet though. This fabric is so pretty. Reminds me of my childhood home. Thank you!

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Turning 20 uses 20 FQs and sometimes I make it smaller using F8s. Would love this giveaway. Today is my birthday sew that would be an awesome win!

Wendy said...

I've not been quilting very long, so I don't as yet have one.

Diane H said...

Love pinwheels. I'm making a baby quilt for a little girl now with pinwheels and prairie points. Very pretty.

Anonymous said...

The fabrics are wonderful! I like pinwheels. Thanks. Linda @ slmne5@Yahoo.com

crossquilt said...

I tend to quilt straight lines and squares. I'm hoping to learn FMQ this year.

Crystoll at aol dot com

crossquilt said...

Looks like I misinterpreted your question. I don't have a go-to. I just make what I feel at the time.

Crystoll at aol dot com

tpott said...

I usually just wing it, I don't think I've made the same quilt twice. Sometimes I go to the Moda website and check out the quilts made from whatever precut I'm planning on using. ;-> Toni Anne

Arianna M. said...

For a go-to pattern, I would probably say basic patchwork. Or disappearing 9-patch if I have a bit more time.

Kathi Riemer said...

The 1600 strip quilt! I cut most of my leftovers into 2-1/2" strips. I love this pattern, you can use the resulting sheet of fabric for anything!
Thank you for offering the give away.
Kathi

Sarah MomE25 said...

I love making the dresden patterns.

CeLynn said...

I do not have a go to pattern,but I do love anything with HST!

Patty D from NC said...

Stars - just love them!

Unknown said...

What beautiful colors. I have recently used both the disappearing nine patch and turning twenty for quick quilts - but nothing is very quick with me. azsupergram@gmail.com

Jessibeth Vicenty said...

I'm new on quilting, so I cut squares and sewed them together. So I don't have a go to quilt pattern...yet!

Brenda Iwami said...

A nine patch is quick and easy. I make a throw size.

Quilting Momma said...

My go to are triangles... so simple and yet so stunning! Very quick! Lovely colors!

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