Monday, April 16, 2012

Fat Quarter Shop Giveaway!!!!

The very wonderful Fat Quarter Shop has offered not 1 but 2 California Girl Jelly Rolls to giveaway!!! Isn't that awesome of them?!
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know that I love Joanna Figueroa and Fig Tree Quilts. There is not one of her fabric lines that I didn't love. California Girl is no exception!




The colors are so fresh. I love the soft feminine feel of this line. Don't you?! Can't you see a Granny Squares quilt made with this and some creamy white fabric?! That's what I would make :)

I'm really excited to be able to pick 2 winners (using random number generator)! Leave a comment telling me what you would make with a Jelly Roll of California Girl (a quilt for me, just kidding). I'll announce the winner next Monday 4/23.




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lisawith4 said...

Sweet!
I think I would probably make a little girl quilt for my sister who is expecting her first baby. Or maybe a frilly ruffle skirt for my daughter.
Thanks for the giveaway.
lisa.otis6 at gmail dot com

Nicole @ Sew Much Sunshine said...

I'd make a patchwork tote bag, a bunch of cute coasters & a fun mini quilt or mug rug!

Kelsey said...

I'd love to make a cheery quilt to go in our guest room!

Brenda said...

I would love to make some kind of a summery picnic quilt with this jelly roll. Thanks for the chance.

Teje said...

Thank you for a lovely give away! I would make a quilt - those colours and prints look so wonderful and they would make afdorable quilt!
(nerospostatgmaildotcom)

Eliza said...

I have little girls, so a quilt would be perfect -- or dresses with tiers of coordinating ruffles

Andrea said...

Oh this is beautiful fabric. I would ignore my UFO's and start a lovely new quilt - not sure what pattern. I usually just go with the flow and see how it ends up-lol. Actually now I'm thinking of a braid quilt with white panels between and maybe some applique ( which I'm trying this year ) Thankyou for the chance to win xx

Heather D. said...

I've been wanting to make a strip tube quilt like this one for quite some time. I have one jelly roll currently that I'm considering for that type of quilt, but I am having trouble figuring out what solid to pair it with. This jelly roll that you're giving away would work better, I think. Thanks for the chance to win, Erin!

Quilts, Cakes and Other Fun said...

I have been making carity quilts for foster childeren and this would be wonderful fabric for at teen girl. regards lisaursino@msn.com

Anna said...

I would love to make a summertime California Girl quilt for my girls to use when they have "book club" out under the shade tree during the summer months.

Heidi [Grizz 'n' Dove] said...

It's so pretty! I'd either make a regular patchwork quilt to brighten up our living room, or it might be the kick I needed to finally make a granny square quilt :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Gill said...

I would make a picnic quilt! after all summer is on the way!!

Julianne K said...

Me Me! Waving my hands in the air frantically! Me Me! Oh Me Me Me! Beautiful!!

Patty C said...

I would make a couple of little summer skirts for my girls!!! So pretty!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Have yet to make a Granny Square, you're right, this jelly roll would be perfect.

TJO said...

So pretty and beachy! I would make a new cover for my NOOK, maybe a lap quilt for summer picnics, mug rug....oh the ideas and options are endless. :)

Heidi Staples said...

Oh, my goodness...this would be beautiful in granny squares! What a great giveaway!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I love your idea of a Granny Square quilt, but I see the person that commented before me and you already had that idea, so I would next suggest a quilt for my granddaughter's big girl bed.

Viki said...

Well, I have almost finished my very first quilt in a beginners class. So I would use this to make my second quilt, perhaps for my wee girl. Thank you so much!

Dresden Quilter said...

A Granny Square is on my list to make. I also have a couple of books with 2 1/2 strip patterns that I would love to try. Thanks for the giveaway.

Taryn said...

There is a quilt pattern called "Squadron" that I would like to make. This fabric would give it a real springy feel!

Tami said...

Ah! Love, love, love Fig Tree Quilts. Currently fondling Strawberry Fields. I've been digging the granny square quilts so I think I'd use the jelly roll to begin working on one. :-)

krislovesfabric said...

I think you're onto something...a granny squares quilt would be great with these fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

Minnie said...

I would make a fab new quilt for my house next year! x

Mom2RyandSis said...

Beautiful Fabric!! I would love to make new cushions for my sofa! Thanks for the chance to win!

Karin said...

Lovely material for sure. If I got a jelly roll of this, I would use a lot of it in my EPP hexagon flowers quilt top I've been working on :)

Katie said...

I think I'd make something for my daughter. Maybe pillows?

B Greene said...

I really like your idea of the Granny Square Quilt. I know there is a tutorial out there that utilizes strip piecing!! Thanks for the chance to win!

Margaret said...

I would definitely make Camille Roskelley's Jellybean pattern. Wouldn't that be cute!?!

Lorrie said...

I'd probably make a quilt for my daughter's first child, a girl, due in June. The colours are so pretty.

diane said...

My granddaughter needs a new quilt and she is a California girl!

Jan said...

I'm a California Girl, as are my daughters. I think I'd make a strip tube quilt, I haven't tried one yet.

Sew Distracted said...

The colors of the fabric are lovely. I'd make a quilt, but not sure what at the moment. I did get a pattern the other week that this would be really cute in.

Martina said...

Oh wow, so lovely! Thanks so much! I would love to make a zigzag quilt with the jellyroll.

Patchwork and Play said...

Lovely fabric! Not sure what I'd make, but it would sure be pretty! Thanks for the giveaway!

Sonia said...

I'd love this fabric, never used a jelly roll before! I'd surely make a quilt, have seen some pretty ones!

Cindy said...

I'm not sure what I would make....I would have to sit and pet it for a while before i decided

Yumm yumz by patticakes said...

HaHa - the comment above mine is making me laugh out loud! I thought I was the only one who "petted" my fabric! I am in the mood for some type of bag, tote, lunch, overnight, not sure?

Anne said...

A quilt for me!

Bailey said...

A quilt for my camper, so when I go camping, I have something nice and snuggly!

Gabriella said...

A quilt for me .... absolutely love the blue palette in this collection ... I have 3 charm packs ... so other 2 jelly rolls ... and my Quilt is finished!!!!
Thanks for the giveaway ^__^

Anna Dorothy said...

I would make a log cabin quilt for my couch...

Jacque. said...

Erin, after seeing your Granny Square quilt, I had decided that I really must make one. So...yeah. This would be perfect! Thank you so much for the opportunity!

Linda said...

I would love to win those! I would make a little quilt for my granddaughter, who IS a California girl!

rturner said...

Maybe a new skirt for my Lilly...or a doll quilt! Lovely fabrics regardless of the project!!!

ellen gets crafty said...

I would make a beautiful quilt to use in sunny, southern California!!

heather said...

I was thinking granny squares when i saw the collection.

Allison said...

I would make a baby quilt for my newest niece.

Indianna said...

I'd love to make a Hopscotch Quilt- it would look fantastic in these fabrics.

Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth

I would use the fabric to make a Saltwater Taffy quilt for my daughter. What a great palate of colour!
(eliz.i@sympatico.ca)

carol fun said...

Oh I love all the Fig Tree fabrics but California Girl is my favorite! I'm thinking a Pineapple type quilt with this collection and my leftovers from other collections would be wonderful!

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

I think I would make a quilt for my sister in law

Adele said...

While I haven't jumped on the Granny Square bandwagon yet, I think you're right that this collection would make a fantastic one.

Jess said...

Love Fig Tree! I'm currently finishing up a Butterscotch and Roses quilt, but once that's done I would love to get started on one using this collection! I would try to make cute baby quilts for some expecting friends I know, but that's if I can part with it!

charlotte said...

Love the idea of a granny square quilt. This is one of the best lines Joanna has come up with I think.

Florence said...

with this pretty fabric and three grand daughters,,,,,,,,,,,someone would be jumping around with something new in hand,,,,,,i would probably make all three something,,,,,,,,,specially when two of them are twins,,,,,,now wouldn't that beeeeee soooooo cute,,,,,tks for the giveaway chance,,,,,

Missy Shay said...

I would make a skirt I saw on Moda Bake Shop that used jelly rolls!
missysaprons@gmail.com

justacraftymom said...

I would make a quilt for our new house we are hoping to buy. It was build in 1933 and the colors from this line would look great with the decor of the house. Now we just need someone to buy our house!

flowerswheatandfabric.com said...

After looking at the granny square quilts, I'm thinking that I might just have to try and make one!

loriginsberg said...

I know EXACTLY what I would make with that delicious fabric. My son and his wife are having their first baby and California Girl is the fabric she has picked for her nursery. Boy, (actually, Girl) would I love to win!
loriginsberg@juno.com

Lyn said...

I would make a lap quilt for my oldest granddaughter.

Molly said...

Oh my gosh! What WOULDN'T I make with one of these fabulous jelly rolls?! The possibilities are endless. How cool of the Fat Quarter Shop to give you two to give away!

Pen Pen said...

A pretty lap quilt for a very feminine lady at the nursing home!!

Naomi said...

I love Joanna's fabrics! I would make a quilt for my best friend, who loves soft and feminine.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I love this fabric!! So pretty. I would definitely be making a quilt. It's perfect for a lap size :-) Thanks!

Amy said...

Wow what a giveaway! If I won (and I so hope that I do) I probably make a Bento Box quilt as I have wanted to make one of those for a very long time. This would be yummy fabric! Thanks for teh chance to win :)

quilt happy said...

i would make a quilt thanks for the giveaway

Rocio said...

I am also a fan of Joanna Figueroa! Her fabric colors always shouts SPRING. I would definitively be making a lap quilt with this scrumptious jelly roll.

retstickan said...

If I would win I would make a romantic summerquilt for myself.

Caryn said...

I've had my eye on a jelly roll sampler quilt pattern and this would be a great excuse to work on it! :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

Caryn
sweetpeacaryn@gmail.com

Baby BFamily said...

I would make a quilt for my baby girl.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I'd make a quilt for YOU. But I'd have to use it for 20 - 30 years before giving it up. LOVE THIS FABRIC! Thanks for the chance to win. aschaefer24 at yahoo dot com

Jess said...

I think that using it to make a mile a minute log cabin quilt would be awsome. Then it would be more perfect than my quilts usually are due to the fact that I usually use scraps. Thanks. jessica.breidinger@yahoo.com

Char said...

I'm so happy I finally finished my taxes! Yea,I get to visit blogs again.
Erin I think I'd make a rail fence quilt. It's been awhile since I made one of those.

Jennie said...

What, I can't hoard it? Okay. You had me at granny squares quilt. Or I've got Cluck Cluck Sews Shortcake pattern (I almost said recipe!). That would be cute as well. Decisions, decisions . . . but it would for sure be for my oldest daughter, because she is my California baby.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Anita said...

Oh, I really love that line! I'd make a runner...or a mini quilt...or handbag....who knows! =)

Thank you.

Jenny said...

maybe couthouse steps? i love this fig tree line...thanks for a chance

Jessica said...

That line is just my sister's taste, I would probably whip her up a wedding quilt!

(Unless we get extra points for making you a quilt... in that case, I would totally make you one. ;))

ladybugs and baseballs said...

LOVE this line!!!! The colors are soothing and would make a beautiful 'cross-terrain' quilt from Freshly Pieced. Thank you for the chance!!

Dawn said...

I would love this jelly roll to go with the layer cake of California Girl I just bought. I am planning to make a quilt for my mom's new house. thanks for a great giveaway.

Michelle Jensen said...

Wow! THat sounds really really fun. I would make a quilt for my bed for sure. I would love to do something in those sweet colors and where better to see all those fabrics worked in together than a large king sized quilt. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Cindy said...

I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE the Granny Squares you've done!! They "California Girl" would be awesome for some Granny Squares!

Jen said...

I was just thinking of making a quilt for my sister. This would be so perfect for that!

Patty D from NC said...

I am just now playing with two charm packs so I would love to make a quilt with a jelly roll. Love the fabric.

hueisei said...

I'm thinking of a Granny square too!
Thanks for the chance.

Kim said...

I would love to make a bag and matching accessories to go with it.

Leslie said...

what a fantastic giveaway!!! this is great. i would love to make something awesome like a quilt using the jelly filled pattern...wouldn't this fabric look so pretty with that pattern

Tatkis said...

I can't resist this Jelly roll! I've bought Joanna's book couple of weeks ago and so excited!
I'd sew a quilt :)

Hugs,
Tatyana

Home Designs by Amanda said...

OOHHHH! Love California Girl! I'd lean toward a granny square quilt too...sounds beautiful!!!

Andrea and Laura said...

so many friends/family having babies. i have many baby quilts to make... these would be perfect! finishing up a granny squares one now... but i'd make another!
laura

pizzaeater said...

I would want to make 1600 race quilt. I have always wanted to do this.

Kristine Hanson said...

I too would do a granny quilt...I have made myself a bunch of blocks and now onto a baby quilt for a friend...this fabric would look awesome :)

Kylie said...

Oh lovely! I am acually using some of the green sprouts print in my next Cocorico Bee block ;)
With a jelly roll I would probably add these prints into my Farmer's Wife blocks to make it a little scrappier (than just Strawberry Fields). I know the soft tones in these would blend really well!

Staci said...

I was thinking Granny Square! Just started quilting and really want to make one for my mom. She would love these fabrics. Hope I win!!

Jen said...

Love this fabric line! I think I'd make a quilt or some pillows.

affiknity said...

I think I will make a quilt with the fabric. I looooove the colors.

affiknity at gmail dot com

heartsease54 said...

Better leave an email addy too, just in case- idzncolumbine at gmail dot com

Michelle Hudak said...

A quilt for my daughter who turns 16 in July; great colors and patterns that aren't too "babyish" and something she'd be able to cherish even when she finally goes off to college {{gasp}}

shel704 at aol dot com

CathyK said...

I am new to quilting (this past September) and have made many gifts for family! I would love to have a California Girl jelly roll to actually make a quilt for me!! :)

Elizabeth said...

What a difficult question? What to make of such a lovely fabric?!!!!!
A quilt for ME. I have made so many for others, maybe now it is time for me...?......

Pia said...

I would make a quilt for my new greenhouse

ciccia74 said...

i would make a baby quilt for my friend's new baby.
Thanks for the chance

toots2u said...

Granny square quilt for sure! I love the colors in this line. Thank you!!

Linda said...

Brilliant Giveaway and yes, it would make a fabulous Granny Quilt. Just the excuse I needed to start making some Granny blocks, so can I win please?
Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

Katarina said...

A little lap quilt for my mum. She would love it!

a.niza said...

i'd love to win one of the california girl JR. thanks to Fat Quarter being generous and you for the chance. I'd love to make a 9 patch quilt with coordinate solids all hand piece and hand quilt

Quilterbell said...

Oh my! I have just left the FQS, so tempted to purchase two of these beautiful jelly rolls, but my fabric money for the month is long gone, so I just left! Then, I open blogger and the first thing I see is your entry! Could this be my lucky day????? Let's try!. I would sew my next 60 degree EPP diamond quilt!. Thanks for the chance!

Linda said...

I, too, love Fig Tree Quilts and Joanna Figueroa. I would use these adorable strips to make some granny squares. I really like these blocks and see lots of possibilities for them.

Fran said...

I would love to make a Granny Squares quilt with these gorgeous fabrics, thanks for the giveaway.

Jessica Christensen said...

I'm kinda thinkin' I would make Joanna's Jelly Girl quilt with her California Girl Jelly Roll. Too heavy handed? I think it would be pretty!

Siobhán said...

Ooooh! What a fantastic giveaway. I have a serious girl crush on Joanna--I love everything she does. If I were to win, I'd be hard pressed to choose which project it'll go towards... a Thimble Blossoms Hopscotch quilt, the hexagon quilt I'm making for my daughter that is in all Fig Tree fabrics, etc. I know Joanna has a few jelly roll patterns, too, that'd be great with this.

Montseta said...

I would make a quilt for my goddaughter who's just 2 years old. Terrific giveaway.

hennies.pennies said...

Well, I'd make a quilt, and your suggestion of a granny squares quilt is perfect! I think I'd coordinate it with pillowcases trimmed in this beautiful fabric. I adore the colors, they just make you feel so wonderful and peaceful. Be especially blessed, Kathy

Deanna said...

I just finished two big projects for others, so right now I'm looking at smaller projects to make. I'm going to focus on tote bags, ipad covers, kindle covers. Maybe some right small wall hangings.

Castle said...

gifts (baby quilts and purses) seem to be what I've done lots of lately, so I'm sure I could easily create some colorful gifts with this fabric.

Jenn said...

I adore Fig Tree quilts and have been wanting California girl for a while. I would probably make Julie's (Jaybird Quilts) snuggler quilt and a few matching pillows

Anonymous said...

I would do almost any simplified 8" to 12" square with a white background to set off the beautiful feminine softness of the fabric. I just LOVE it. Thanks for the giveaway.
jeannie(underscore)h(at)ameritech(dot)net

Anjeanette said...

Aaak! I love the new line California Girl! So cool that you get to give two Jelly Rolls away! I would totally make a quilt for me with it. I don't have any quilts for myself yet. Fig Tree makes the softest fabric colors. Thanks so much for the chance!

Jésabelle said...

Wow, I would doa baby quilt for my baby coming in june...

Cindy said...

Ohhhh, I see a baby quilt!! How pretty is that fabric! My niece is due in a few months and this would be perfect! Thanks for the chance!

brockkr said...

I would make a quilt for my little girl who is getting to be not so little!

Beeshebags said...

I too could see a great granny square quilt made with this great jelly roll, however I think I personally would make striped tote bags and mug rug/placemat sets with it if I'm lucky enough to be the new owner of one.

Hugs
Naomi

Megan said...

I would totally flip out if I won this! I would definately make something for me. I'm not even going to pretend it would be for someone else.

Lisa Walsh said...

I would make a beautiful summer quilt for my bed!

Cathie in UT said...

Not sure which pattern I would use but this fabric would be perfect for my Granddaughter who is due May 28...so sweet and girly

The Whelan Family said...

I think it would have to be a quilt or a tote...to hard to decide!
cwhelan at williamwoods dot edu

Carla said...

Hmmmm, I think you are right. A granny square quilt would look beautiful. I could always use another one of those : )

2lovebirds said...

"Sew" Sweet!!! I love this fabric! I would make a ruffle bag or picnic quilt for us to enjoy this summer! Thank you for this opportunity. I absolutely LOVE your blog and all your great quilt tutorials! Thank you!

Ms A - The Monkey Keeper said...

Perfect! I just finished a novel titled, "A California Girl," so I'd make a quilt that I could curl up in and not write for weeks and weeks.

Margaret said...

I agree a granny square quilt would be awesome.

Melissa said...

I quilt for my mom, it's her turn! California Girl would be perfect for her!

Tracey @ The Peony Teacup said...

I would make a "Hopscotch" quilt (Thimbleblossoms pattern by Camille Roskelley) with a jelly roll of California Girl!

Debbie said...

For sure it would be a quilt!

doodlebugmom said...

I think it would make a wonderful girly girl quilt for one of my nieces :) With just enough scrappy goodness left over for a mug rug for me!

Ellen said...

The colors are yummy. I would make a postage stamp quilt because the colors would blend so beautifully together to make it soft looking. Would love to be selected to get these. Ellen

Francis Paul said...

what a beautiful range of fabric! I owuld make a quilt for the summer :-)

~Jess said...

I have to agree, I don't think there has been any of her fabrics that I haven't loved!
What would I make....maybe a sampler block quilt for my oldest girl.

Lisa C said...

I have never bought a jelly roll but I have a couple of patterns that would be perfect for one. I've been on a grandbaby quilt making frenzy lately so that's probably what I would make. I think all of my friends are having their first grandbabies! Thanks for the chance to win.

ikkinlala said...

I think I'd make a baby quilt.

Tracy said...

I LOVE this fabric, every piece of it! I'm not sure what quilt pattern I would make, but I will find something to make and have a lot of fun with it if I win!

Annabanana said...

I really have been wanting to make a granny squares quilt from jelly rolls (even before you suggested it! Honest!). I think I'd have to sit there and stare at the fabric for awhile first though ! Thanks for the giveaway.

Bunny said...

Definitely would make a postage stamp quilt with this fabaric. I too am a fan of all of Joanna's collections.

Marian said...

Oh this is my favorite line out right now. I've been hoarding what I have of it and wanting more to make a quilt out of just it. Usually I mix up fabrics from different lines but I really want to make one with just these fabrics. I was thinking of a granny squares quilt too! Wouldn't it be beautiful!! Thanks for your lovely blog and the chance to win such awesome fabrics!

Leesa Gentry said...

Love the colors and pattern of the fabric. A Granny Square would be beautiful in this fabric. Wonder what a Log Cabin quilt would look like in this fabric. Would love to find out.

The Irish Poodle said...

Love this fabric ! I'm a New Englander with the heart of a California girl ! I've been wanting to make a granny square and this would be perfect !

vintage grey said...

Love this fabric!! She has such beautiful lines!! I would make a table runner, and use some for granny square blocks!! Thanks for a great giveaway!! xo Heather

Anonymous said...

Oh this fabric just says summertime! I'd make a quilt for the screen porch at the lake. Thanks for the chance to win. VermontPines at aol dot com

legato1958 said...

I would make a tote bag out of this beautiful fabric! And a mug rug with scraps.

sue
legato1958@aol.com

Debbie said...

I would make a quilt.
Thanks for a chance to win.

Debbie

quilt happy said...

a quilt thanks for giving us a chance

Lisa Ann said...

Granny squares sound good to me! I've been wanting to get started on some of those and this would be the perfect fabric to do that with! Thanks for the chance to win!

My Piece of the World said...

I would love the chance to get my hands on some fabric like that because I want to learn how to sew and in particular make quilts so bad. I am just getting my own sewing machine and will be taking advantage of all the tips on your blog very soon! I think my first project should be a blanket for myself:)

Straight stitch said...

I think I'd make a bag and a cushion cover.

Quilting with Jannette said...

I'm making 8 quilts for a teen mother's support group, and I'd love a jelly roll to make a Split Decision quilt or a Strip Tube quilt.

Christi said...

I have 2 baby girls that I would love to make matching aprons for...what is left I could make them play mitts!!

Leslie said...

I totally see a granny square quilt. Love the fabric.

Thanks for the giveaway

Richard Healey said...

I would just love to make a quilt out of this. would be fantastic.

http//richardquilts.blogspot.com
http://trackmyshows.com

Sewn With Grace said...

The blues in this line are stunning! I would make a quilt, possibly one for the picnic basket. Wouldn't that look pretty outside?

jane said...

It's perfect for a big picnic tote. Beautiful colors.

Amanda Cunningham said...

I would make a table cloth, I have a sweet jelly roll pattern I would love to make. Thank you so much for the giveaway, I am a new follower and I just love your blog!

yenni said...

i'd love to make a granny square quilt..^^

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Just yesterday I saw a way to make hexies out of jelly rolls and California Girl would be perfect for trying that method. The idea fascinates me!

Ginny said...

I would make a wonderful summer picnic quilt, green grass, blue skies, sweet strawberries...a little bit of heaven! The material ia beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway

Michelle Watson said...

Oh, I Dresden Plate quilt, maybe doing Spiked Dresden Plate. It would look sooo cute!!

Nicole G said...

I would love the make a double hourglass quilt with the jelly roll.

Joanna said...

Just read through a bunch of the comments and you guys have some great ideas. Best of luck to all of you guys!!

Joanna
Fig Tree

hafza said...

Definitely a quilt for my daughter...quilting is new to me...so I choose the log cabin pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Bending Pins said...

Though I'd love to make a quilt using California Girl though it would probably be a lap quilt, haven't tried a full size yet, perhaps now is the time!

robin said...

I just LOVELOVELOVE this collection!

Bobbi said...

I might just be brave enough to try and follow a pretty pattern! Maybe involving pinwheels? The possibilities would be endless! :) Thanks for such a great giveaway!

Erin @ Why Not Sew? Quilts said...

EEEP! thanks Joanna!

Lisa said...

LOVE California Girl!!! I would so do a Fig Tree pattern! It would be hard to pick which one, as they are all beautiful!!

Lisa L

Malinda said...

I have 2 books I want to sew my way through - Scrap Basket Surprises and Scrap Basket Sensations, both by Kim Brackett - I love every single pattern, they all sue 2.5 inch strips, so a jelly roll would be perfect!

Rita said...

wow! i love this fabric line, the title alone, "california girl" makes you think of the slow, lazy days of summer in sandy tans, coral, fading buttery yellow sunsets, blue waters and floating green sea weed. please count me in this draw. thank you!

Mary Deckert said...

I love that California Girl fabric. It is so fresh and the colors are great! I'd make a family quilt to snuggle under during TV night! Thank you for the chance!

Phone Home Designs by ET said...

This fabric is so precious! I've had my eye on it for awhile. I'd probably make a couple quilts from the "Two from One Jelly Roll Quilts" book. They have such great patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

Jenn said...

I'm addicted to fabric and am a newbie at quilting! I'd use the Jelly Roll to make a mini quilt for my new craft room. Its my girly pink craft space, so the soft patterns and pinks would be perfect!! Thanks for the opportunity!

Nana said...

Such cute fabric. I think I would make a quilt using your honey bee pattern! Love it!

~ Julie ~ said...

TWO Jelly Rolls?!?!?! How cool is that?!?!? I would make something for my granddaughter - she would LOVE this fabric!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway!!! :)

Liz DandeliondD said...

Wow I would love to win this Jelly Roll. I am longing to make some more jelly roll quilts and this colourway is amazing!
xxxx

Tami said...

I love that line of fabric too. I think the prints and colors would look nice as a patchwork quilt for my daughters bed. Thanks for the chance to win!

Svetlana said...

Oh, this fabric is gorgeous! I'd probably make a quilt for my daughter.

Beth said...

I've never used a jelly roll before - this would be a great one to start with. Definitely a quilt - I think my oldest daughter would want the one made from these fabrics.

Joan and Kevin said...

I love the fabric, I would make a beautiful quilt out of it.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Cassie said...

I think that would make an awesome strip quilt, with lots of white thrown in! It's such a pretty collection!

Missy said...

I've never made a strip quilt before and I pinned this (http://www.thebusybean.com/2011/05/fast-and-furious-for-mothers-day/) to my pinterest board some time ago because I thought it would be a quick and easy quilt. I also like that it doesn't require a lot of cutting (my least favorite part of quilting). Thanks for the opportunity.

Helen said...

I'd make a table runner. I've been eyeing up this fabric, I think it would be perfect in my house - hint, hint!!

An Art Nest said...

I haven't ever worked with a jelly roll but I think a log cabin quilt for my daughters room would be beautiful in the colors! What a fun giveaway!

Anita said...

Such a pretty line of fabric. I would love a new table runner and there is probably enough for a bag too. Thank you for the chance to win some fun sun shine!

Suburban Stitcher said...

I'd make a quilt for my sewing room...I need a figgy quilt in my life.

Anonymous said...

I would make a quilt for myself. I've always made quilts as gifts for my mom and other family members...but I would make a soft pretty quilt to enjoy!
-Emily Jager

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

How fun! I love Fig Tree fabrics too. I'd make table toppers, one for me and one for a gift. Thanks for the chance!

A Squared Craft Affairs said...

I would love to make a baby quilt or a diaper bag! Thanks so much for a giveaway!

Alisha

Barb in Mi said...

Of course I would make a quilt!
How about Positively Perfect Nap quilt (MBS pattern) I really like it! Thanks for a chance!

Becky S. said...

I LOVE California Girl. I would make Fig Tree's Daisy Chain quilt with the jelly roll. Thanks for the chance to win.

Therese said...

I will be making quilts for my 2 sweet girls! Oooo I hope I win!! :)

PattiL said...

My son has three girls and since I'm retired, I've been sewing for my beautiful grand daughters. This fabric would make some darling summer frocks!

hinkenhook said...

This fabric is AWESOME - and it would make an awesome quilt for one of my best friends who lives in Dallas - it's definitely her style through and through! Thanks for the chance!

walklet said...

I might make a log cabin quilt or granny squares. Love this one too!

Amanda said...

I would make a wonky log cabin for a picnic quilt for this summer!

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