Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Fat Quarter Shop Giveaway! Fly a Kite By October Afternoon


It's the last day of January. Already? How about a really fun giveaway?!

The awesome ladies at Fat Quarter Shop are going to give one of you awesome readers a Jelly Roll of Fly a Kite by October Afternoon for Riley Blake.




I am so excited because I love this line of fabric. It's cute and whimsical and, of course, I LOVE the colors!

To enter just leave a comment. If you want, tell me what you would make with a Jelly Roll! I'll use Random Number Generator and announce the winner next Tuesday! Have fun!!!

160 comments:

Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts said...

Oh I've had my eye on that fabric- would be so fun to win. What is the chance the first comment will be the winner? :) Thanks for the opportunity!

Sharon Pernes said...

What a great giveaway! I might make a jelly race quilt.

Barb said...

I would make a fun table topper (maybe two...) Thanks for this fun giveaway!

Eliza said...

I think it would be a cute lap quilt for my couch

Martina said...

Oh lovely! I think this would make happy pillows! Thanks so much!

Coloradolady said...

This fabric is soooo cute!!! I'd make a baby quilt for my niece who is having a baby this summer, the colors and perfect for her!! Thank you for the chance!

Meredith said...

so fun! I would make a baby quilt (or two?) with this pack! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

Dresden Quilter said...

I would make a sweet quilt for my daughter.

Heather said...

I'm not sure what I'd make yet.

Tong said...

This is such a sweet line! I think I will make one of the quilts from the Scrap Basket Sensations book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Cornbread and Beans Quilting said...

I was just looking at this line yesterday. I love it! Crossing my fingers =)

bevkimmel said...

I love whimsical prints like this. I am planning a little baby boy quilt for a friend and this would be perfect!

Suzanne said...

I love this fabric. I have some of this in paper. I just love they are converting their lines to fabric.

drmithome said...

Such cute fabric. Thanks for the chance to win

Laurie said...

Cute - Riley Blake fabrics are often underrated - they come up with the most adorable stuff.

Anita said...

I've never owned a jelly roll! I would love to experiment with this...either a mini quilt or something. Thank you for a chance to win.

Deb said...

Adorable fabric! I need to make a baby quilt for a friend's new son... this would be perfect!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

That fabric is adorable! I would make Audrey her very own picnic blanket.

Teje said...

Oh those fabrics are so beautiful! I haven't had any Jelly Roll and would love to make a happy baby quilt with those lovely fabrics!
Thank you for a great give away!
nerospostatgmaildotcom

Gabriella said...

Yesterday I have seen a great pattern for a jelly roll ... so thank you for the chance!!!!!

Sarah @ This Crazy Blessed Life said...

Oooh! I would love to win!!!

Love this bundle!

Rah1515 at aol dot com

Cherie said...

That would make a lovely playmat!!

Grizz 'n' Dove said...

Oh my goodness! I have so many thoughts going through my head for that cute fabric! I'm thinking perhaps my first "grown-up" quilt (I haven't made one since my 4-H years) or maybe some patchwork baby clothes for gifts... hmm...

Pia said...

I have never tried a jelly-roll, so I think I'd go to the library and borrow a book about jelly-rolls.

Kim said...

What a nice give-away! I have lot of jelly roll patterns but what first came to mind was a postage stamp quilt, paired with white :)

Cynthia said...

That is such a cute, happy line of fabric. It would make a really sweet baby quilt for one of my grandchildren.

Candice said...

Ou, ou, ou!!! Please meeeee!!!!!! I would make a quilt for a special teacher :)

Alisa said...

I would for sure make a quilt. One that really shows of that darling fabric. Thanks for the chance.

Ingrid Barlow said...

This looks like darling fabric! A new quilt pattern would be in the works for me with this jelly roll. Thanks!

Jen said...

Cute fabric! I think I would make a quilt or floor pillow!

H2Ogirl said...

This is a lovely line. I love the berry print.

I would make a big girl quilt for my niece …before she grows up. Sigh.

Carla said...

Very cute print! I would make a quilt for my soon to arrive grand baby. So sweet.

Paty Z said...

I would make a little girl (my daughter) a beautiful quilt. The colors are lovely. Thanks for the chance

Donna said...

Such cute fabric. Reminds me of flying kites with my dad.

Amy said...

One of my girlfriends is having a baby. Might might make a quilt for her with the jelly roll.

The Whelan Family said...

I would make a quilt...too cute!!

cwhelan@williamwoods.edu

quilterbell said...

Oh my!, I was just thinking today I wanted to sew small mug rugs and little napkins as a tea set for my little monkeys and teddy bears of course! This fabrics are just perfect for the project!!!!! I LOVE to win!!!!. Thank you for the chance!.

Gwendolyn35 said...

Beautiful fabric, what a lovely spring quilt they would make!

Yumm yumz by patticakes said...

Not sure what I would make, but I know it would make me HAPPY working with it!
Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Anita said...

OMG, this is the cutest fabric! Where o where has it been hiding. I think that I would have to make a bag with the jelly roll. That way I would get to use it everyday.

Molly said...

I just LOVE your Valentine birds! I love each one you make even more than the last!! I hope you don't get tired of my exclamations over them.

If I got this sweet jelly roll I'd make .... Hmmmmm ...

Confession: I don't know what I'd make. The possibilities are endless!

Tracy said...

Cute fabric! Maybe a baby quilt or some pillows, or both!
And I just love your Valentine birds...love, love, love them!

Tracey Rampling (The Peony Teacup) said...

I've been wanting to try a jelly roll quilt pattern for ages... this would be the perfect reason to do it!

Francis Paul said...

I believe me comment dissapeared... so again, fun fabric, I would use it for a kids quilt :-)

Indianna said...

Oooh I'd make a pic-nic blanket for on the beach - then I could lay back and gaze up at the kites.

Anonymous said...

This group is so cute! I love Riley blake! I think I would try a strip quilt...because I have never done one of those before but have always wanted to!

Michelle Jensen said...

Wow!! Those are pretty colors. I will of course make a quilt... but beyond that who knows. That is the hard part, lol. I love the popcorn looking flowers. They are adorable. Thanks for the giveaway :)!!

Minnie said...

I would love to make a fab new quilt with a jelly roll. It saves so much time spent choosing great fabrics :) x

diane said...

what cute fabric. I'd come up with a cute idea, I'm sure, for a quilt.

Quilts, Cakes and Other Fun said...

More charity quilt for foster kids. I really love this fabric. lisaursino@msn.com

Kelsey Pope said...

This fabric is so fun! I think I would make a quilt for my mom with this fabric. :)

Thread OvMetal said...

Delightful fabric!

I would make a strip-pieced quilt of varying widths and a kite applique in the corner.

gill said...

What gorgeous fabric!!
This would make a great picnic quilt!

knottygnome said...

that is really cute fabric. maybe a simple strip quilt with some neutral sashing would be fun so you can still see the characters.

Andrea said...

a line of fabric very adorable! ideal for a quilt for children. thanks for the opportunity

mommyheartsfamily said...

I love your Birdie quilts. If you wrote a book i'd have to do every project! My daughter turns one today (the 31st ) and her name is Birdie so you can tell I'm a fan of all things Birdie-ish. I would have to make a little playmat out of the fly a kite jelly roll - there is one on moda bakeshop that is pretty cute. Smiles, Sarah

TJO said...

Oh how fun! What would I make....table runner, wall hanging, lap quilt....the possibilities are endless. I would have to admire it for a while before deciding. Such cute fabric.

Leslie said...

this is so fun!! without a doubt i would make a quilt with that!!!

barb said...

Dolly quilts of course! And matching quilts for Dolly's mama.

Ness said...

So cute! I would definitely be making baby quilts, it seems everyone around me is having babies! I love it!

Quilting "b" said...

I love this Jelly roll it is so cute. I think I would make a quilt for a special little girl. Thank you for a great giveaway

Colby said...

This line is so cute! I'm planning a baby quilt right now, this would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!

Dawn said...

Darling fabric! Thanks for a chance to win and thanks also to the FQS for their generousity.

KayLindz said...

Not sure what I'd use it for, but I certainly would find something to do with it. You have some really cute stuff on your blog.

QuilterLaura said...

It's so cute! My boys wouldn't appreciate it, but one of their girlfriends would. I would make something for one of those sweet girls! Thx for the chance!

Anjeanette said...

Ooh that fabric is adorable! I'd totally make something fun and spring-y. Thanks for the chance!

KRDL Paper and Fabric Things said...

Love October Afternoon! I would probably make something for my niece. A twirly skirt perhaps?

Katherine said...

Such a fun fabric line! I think I would divide it up between making a quilt for my youngest nephew and making some bags for my nieces, complete with ruffles (for the bags, not the quilt ;o).

Thanks for a fun giveaway!

Leah said...

pretty stuff!

Rebecca said...

Love those colors!!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

Tammy C said...

Have not been quilting much until just the last month, these great Colorado would be so yummy. Thanks for a great blog.

tlcsrandomlife.blogspot.com

Denise said...

Adorable fabric! I have 3 grandbabies and I would make something for them I'm sure!

Wendy said...

I love this fabric line, so pretty and fresh! I would make a quilt for my granddaughter. Thank you for the giveaway.

adele87 said...

oooh that line is so cute! I am a beginner so think I'd make a simple stripy quilt and try be a bit more adventerous with my quilting.

Sewcando said...

Love the little girl's face with her mouth open. Ahhhh. Would be really cute in a girls quilt.

charlotte said...

I have been wanting to try the jelly roll race quilt. This is some cute fabric.

Tami said...

My daughter turns 3 years old at the end of March and I think this fabric would look great in a toddler size quilt for her birthday.Possibly make log cabin quilt with an eye spy center block. I think I have given this too much thought and now I really hope I win.

Laura Ann said...

found your blog on pinterest.. love that sight.. :) Love your blog! Can't wait to try your mixer pattern.. If I won I would make some pillows for our living room.. love the dots.. :) or maybe a cute quilt for one of my neices.. :)

Marilee said...

I want to make A stripy quilt with alternating plain strips.

Bethany said...

I'd make a quilt for sure with this! Thanks :)

ellen gets crafty said...

What cute fabrics - just waiting to be made into a darling quilt.

Melissa said...

Ooh that is adorable! I have a friend who just had twins... I can see splitting those up into two quilts! Thank you for the chance to win!

Kirsten N said...

Such a cute fabric line!! I would make a bright and cheery table runner:)

A West said...

That line is on my wish list for this year, it is so cute. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway. If I won I would make a quilt to brighten up my living room. thanks.

Deana Campbell said...

This is such a cute collection. I would make a baby quilt for my T.A.

CityHouseStudio said...

What a great giveaway!
I would definitely make a baby quilt with this delicious fabric!

Teresa Lee said...

I would make a baby quilt for my first grandchild.

Jess said...

I would probably make a quilt that has the strips going at perpendicular angles to make squares when the blocks are put together.(I can't remembe the quilt name)

Marcia W. said...

Thanks for the opportunity. I saw a patchwork chevron at Moda Bake Shop that could be my inspiration for using this jelly roll!

Nicole G said...

I would love to make a quilt for my forthcoming niece or nephew, maybe from the new jelly roll book by the Lintott's.

Jennie said...

A postage stamp quilt for a picnic blanket would be adorable. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

Linda R. said...

I LOVE this fabric! I would use it to make a baby quilt for a very lucky baby!

CindyH said...

My daughter sent me a link yesterday and a "very early hint" for Christmas--would I please make her a quilt with this fabric line!? I'd love to start with this jelly roll!

Photina said...

I would make a quilt for one of my daughters. I have been looking at jelly rolls a lot more lately. There are so many great ones to choose from.

honeyguide said...

I love this line! I think I would try a strip quilt with it.

Red Quilty Girl said...

I love this fabric! What a lovely quilt I could make with it. Cheers, Janine in Perth WA

debbie said...

I love this fabric! I would make my new grand baby a quilt with it. I think she would look particularly beautiful wrapped in a quilt made with these fabrics.

Debbie Hall

Quiltingathome.net

Marian said...

Such cute fabric and your projects are so fun to look through! Thanks for the inspiration!

Katarina said...

That woud be great to win for a lap quilt or another little fun projects. Thank you!

Fran said...

I love this fabric & would make a throw quilt with this jelly roll if I were the lucky winner. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

Linda said...

I love Riley Blake fabrics and winning a Jelly roll of this new line would be great! I have a book on Quilts to make using Jelly rolls .......... so all I need now is to win the Riley Blake fabrics and I'm away!
Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

~ Julie ~ said...

I love this fabric! It would make something so cute for my granddaughter! I just don't know what, though! You see, I've never made anything with a Jelly Roll before because I'm quite new to this quilting fun, but I'd sure like to try! Thanks for the contest! :)

yenni said...

i'd love win this lovely giveaway...it would be fun play with this fabrics, i think a baby quilt..^^

SewSurprising said...

Lots of applique would be my perfect way with the jelly roll :)

hennies.pennies said...

What sweet fabric! I have been wanting to do a wall quilt for my foyer. These fabrics would work wonderfully! Thanks for an opportunity to win. Have a blessed day!

ciccia74 said...

lovely fabric!
thanks for the chance to win :)

Christi said...

I would probably make some cute pillows for my grandaughters bed...

lilysmudge said...

Love the fabric line!! I'd like to make Susan Beal's modern crosses quilt with a jelly roll.

Beth, Jessica and Jennifer Pyle said...

I would probably make a cute bag for one of my daughters to carry.

Tami Tran said...

I'd make a ruffle skirt for my girls.

Kathy D. said...

What fun fabric! Would love to make a quilt out of this fabric. Thanks for having this giveaway.

Jayme said...

Oh that fabric is adorable! I would love to win it because I want to make some quilted pillows for my living room!!
Thank you!

Margaret said...

I love jelly rolls. They make really fast piecing. I would make table runner and place mats for my daughter's birthday next week.

Allison said...

I love that fabric! I'd probably make a baby quilt.

4jsMOM said...

I'd make a lap quilt for a friend who is in a nursing home.

Svetlana said...

What a fun giveaway, thanks for a chance.

Mary Deckert said...

Fly a Kite is one of those lines where every pattern is great ~ love it! I'd make a quilt for a special kiddo! Thank you!

Katy said...

New covers for my sofa throw pillows. Even though winter is a hit and miss in my state...I am getting ready for spring. Thanks!

James-Linda said...

FIRST I'D MAKE A CRIB QUILT FOR CHARITY AND THEN I'D MAKE ME A KEEPSAKE PIN CUSHION! THANKS TO YOU AND FQS FOR A SWEET GIVEAWAY!

Emily said...

I would love to win this. I have a few patterns that can use a jelly roll. It would be fun to have the chance to decide :)

notes of sincerity said...

I love this fabric. It is my very favorite! :o) I even have it posted on my side bar. :o) As for what I would make, I am undecided. :o) I think I would just keep it out and stare at it for a long time. :o)

Anonymous said...

I love this fabric sooo much! It would be hard to cut it up to make something, but maybe a cute quilt??
tarapage22(at)gmail(dot)com

PJ said...

Love your birdie quilts!

Jennifer said...

i'd love a chance - your birdie quilts are fabulous!

Sew Festive said...

A postage stamp quilt is on my list of to-dos someday, and I know it would be like 8 million times easier to just use a jellyoll of prints and one of solids. I love that the line has so many great basics!

Heather A said...

Such great fabric! How I would love to make a quilt from it. I don't know which pattern for sure ... but definitely a quilt.

Queen City Arts said...

Now, that's a YUMMY Jellie Roll! I'd make a couple of doll quilts for my daughter and her friend!

Grace said...

I love this collection! So cute! Please enter me! :D

homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

I'm not sure what I would make...maybe a hexie quilt??? ;)

Clara {Clover and Violet} said...

A quilt!

castle said...

these would be great fabrics to use in the baby quilts I've been making lately - seems I know lots of ladies having babies!

Cathie in UT said...

Such a cute fabric line!
I would make a baby quilt for my new grandchild coming in May
thanks for the change to win

Patty D from NC said...

I've seen several cute quilt patterns with a jelly roll so would love to win one and break it open to make a new quilt.

Deb said...

Hi! I'd make a jelly roll quilt from a pattern by Thimble Blossoms that I have. It would be cute and for a friend. Thanks for the chance.

Jennifer said...

I would make a Princess and the Pea mini quilt! :)

Lorina said...

I just bought a couple yards from this line to make a quilt for my grandson, would looooooove to have the jelly roll to go with!

Patty said...

What a darling fabric line. I haven't seen it yet. I'd have to make a baby quilt with it!

Marian said...

I have 3 grandchildren and another on the way...Grammy needs lots of sweet quilts at my house for them to snuggle in :)! This fabric is darling!

Donna Becker said...

I don't get much chance to quilt for little ones in my family (grandma does the honors!). So I'd like to make a quilt for a charity auction that sends proceeds to our local shelter for teens in crisis. It would certainly give me a good reason to play with childrens' prints!

Selina Marie said...

This fabric line is so cute! I think it would make a great wall hanging and a matching table runner.

kt said...

Cute fabric! I would use it for a quilt for my daughter--let her choose the pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

The Rx quilter said...

I just recently saw this fabric the other day...super cute and perfect for a spring quilt! Lisa in Texas

Cindy said...

Darling fabric line. I have 14 grandchildren that I want to start making quilts for. This would be a great beginning.

Wickerson said...

I desperately need to make a throw for my living room and this would be perfect!

SewLindaAnn said...

Love their fabrics! I'm not sure what I would make really I haven't seen this line in person yet.

Caryn said...

Adorable fabric! I would use the fabric to make my three year old daughter a quilt for her bed. Thanks for the chance to win. :-)

Caryn (sweetpeacaryn at yahoo dot com)

R Mom said...

We have 4 ladies at church expecting babies in the next 6 months. I'm sure one of them would love a cute baby quilt

Ms. De said...

I love jelly rolls AND I love your birdies!!

Catskill Quilter said...

Adorable fabric! I would make a child's quilt, but as for those cute, surprised faces -- they would show up on potholders, and wall hangings and a table runner and....just too cute!

Patricia Rawles said...

Love this fabric, I've been looking for something to start my first quilt with and I sure am having a hard time choosing between all the gorgeous fabric at Fat Quarters!!

Amy said...

Oh, I've been after this fabric! Hard to come by here without paying top dollar!! I want to make so many things, a mini quilt of hexies is probably top of my list!

Catie said...

Love the fabric line. Would be a great baby blanket! Thanks for the giveaway!

UBee said...

I've been waiting for this line, it's so cute! I would make a quilt from my jelly roll quilt book for my wee ones.

Jamie said...

I am so in love with that fabric!! I would love to make a quilt out of it for my little one! burchjm (at) gmail (dot) com

Kim said...

OH my goodness--this is one of my favorite scrapbooking collections! I would love to have it in fabric!!! Before I made anything--I would just have to unroll it all and look at it! I think I would make a quilt to use with my nephew when he comes to visit.

KellyG said...

LOVE this fabric, so cute! Great colors, would love to make some pillows with that!

Jen said...

I'd love to use it to make a quilt for my little girl's 3rd birthday later this month. I made a quilt for her new baby sister and now she wants one.

Kathy Haymes said...

I just took a class on french braid so wuld make one of them. We mostly used the jellyrolls to make them. Would be fun with this fabric! Kathy

Whimsy K said...

Fly a Kite by October Afternoon is a seriously whimsical fabric line. I would love to make a spring dress for my daughter with this fabric. Oh what fun...

Nicole said...

Oh boy this is so cute. I saw a cute Birthday pillow on pinterest. It was a bunch of pieced squares and a square with the birthday girls name embroidered. I think this fabric would be perfect for that.

benjamin.and.bunny said...

Is this over? This line is so cute. I'd love to make a quilt for the baby we have on the way!

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