Thursday, October 20, 2011

Giveaway Week - Robert Kaufman

Thursday, October 20, 2011

disclosure: this is a sponsored giveaway by Robert Kaufman

Welcome to giveaway week!
Thursday's giveaway is sponsored by Robert Kaufman Fabrics


One thing that Robert Kaufman is famous for is their GIANT selection of Kona Solid Fabrics.  They have almost every color under the sun.

What happens when you put the best selling tonal basics together?...



You get the fabrics in Silent Film!

The Silent Film pre-cuts are ideal to mix with your favorite prints or solids.


Each precut has 40 pieces... 8 each of the 5 colors shown above.
Ten Square
Charm Pack
Roll Up

One winner will receive the precuts shown above!

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the rules
leave ONE comment to enter.
In your comment tell me how you would use the Silent Film precuts if you win.  {Winner won't be determined by your answers... I'm just curious!!}

Simple as that!!

You have till 10PM PST on Sunday the 23rd to enter.
Winners will be selected by True Random Number Generator
Comments now closed.
Winner posted here.



© Blog post written by Julie Herman
For more information visit http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/

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Tiffany said...

Genius idea - I love all these colors together!

A bundle of this and the brights would make an awesome solids only quilt or pillow or ANYTHING - that is what I would do with these I think. OR maybe a fun dark tone pillow would be fun with just this set by itself. O the possibilities...

Coisas da Laura said...

WOW!!!What great fabrics! I guess I would make new placemates for my house and I would add very bright appliques!

Natasha said...

Precuts...I have not used any yet so I am not sure. I would use some of them in a quilt that has a splash of color. Maybe some hexagons as well.....too many decisions.

aliasannajm said...

I would match the solids with very bright and very patterned fabrics. I always fall in love with the couolrs and patterns and then end up with no solids to balance things up...

Thank you for a generous give away!

zarina said...

Have you been to Ashley's Modern Film Quilt blog? She made a pattern called film (or was it she's the one?).

Anyway, I might end up doing simple squares - I love the simplicity of squares.

Kristy said...

I would mix these
With some bright funky fabrics! Awesome giveaway!!

Allison C said...

I LOVE these colors and was smitten when I saw the the jellyroll the other day. I have been stock piling gray fabrics to make a gray tonal quilt for myself. I can't help myself anymore and just buy every gray fabric I like when I see it. I'm not sure what pattern I would use yet, but I'm getting anxious to make it so I'm hoping something will inspire me soon.

liberal sprinkles said...

wow, the colors are gorgeous. I think I'd use them for a blanket, with a strip of patterned fabric.

Jenny said...

I think these colors would make a great modern pillow. I love pairing gray tones with brighter colorso- it's a great way to add modern flair to more traditional prints.

Laura said...

I'd do an all B&W quilt. Thanks for the chance!

Anita said...

This would make a nice lap quilt for my dad! It's nice manly colors and I know he would love it in his recliner!

Thanks for a chance to win!

Darlene said...

I have always wanted to make a black and white quilt mixing solids and prints. This would cover the solids! Thanks for a chance to win!!

Debbie said...

I love the idea of a Silent Film/White quilt - whatever, it would definitely be a quilt!

KristyLou said...

Oh man, I can think of a million ways to use these. My sister just made a black and white quilt (http://kristylouscreations.blogspot.com/2011/10/finished-stephies-quilt.html), and I was pretty envious of it. Maybe I would use one of these to jump start that.

Izzy said...

My sister is having a baby so I have baby quilts on the brain! I would us this with some cute flannels around the same color to make the quilt top and have a really soft minky fabric the same color as "ash" on the back to make a cute boy baby quilt.

Jen said...

nice! i think i would combine these with some nice bright robot prints for a quilt for my son! thanks!

Colleen said...

I would mix these with some nice masculine pin stripes for a quilt for my husband. That would be fun!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Such a dramatic selection of colors. For the longest time I have wanted to make a black and white quilt. This would make a great starting point. Thanks for the giveaway.

Raddness said...

I'm thinking I should challenge myself and do an art quilt of birch trees. Or some patchwork purses and pillows.

love it, thank you!

~The Bargain Babe said...

I would totally make a jelly roll strip quilt. LOVE all of these colors together. :)

susan said...

I think V and Co. has a gradiated pleated pllow cover that would be perfect!

Karen said...

Humh.. at first thought I was going to respond "I would integrate them into like colored, but more textured prints for a lap quilt".... but then I started thinking... I wonder how they would stack up on their own... So I actually might lay them out on their own -- to see how it looks... and maybe through in a like colored Paisley (my favorite)...

Thanks for the give away !

Karen

RenegadeQuilter said...

I have some Kona precuts in their bright colors and I would use this fabric with that to make a solid colored quilt.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Melinda said...

I think these would be amazing mixed with a few red prints in a quilt!

SherryB said...

Immediately I thought these would look great for a guy quilt...I have some sports novelty squares that would go great with this. Thanks for the giveaway!

JCnNC said...

My very first thought is to make a quilt - Slide Show - I wanted to make another one and this would be fantastic with some happy big prints. Thanks for the opportunity for this, Judy C

hollymade said...

Definitely a quilt, but no idea what. I love grays, and these colors would make an elegant quilt-maybe with one color added in for pop.

stefanie said...

I've really been wanting to make a quilt of solids only. This would be a great start. I love all the grays.

Joanne said...

I've got a scrappy bright quilt that I want to make but I want to use solids only for the background pieces. These would be perfect. By the way, I firmly beileve that medium grey or ash are the new neutral! Love them!!

Deb said...

I think I would mix RED and WHITE to these colors. It would make a striking solid quilt.

Hannah said...

There are some super cute pillows made with a Silent Film roll-up on V and Co, and I'd almost definitely start by making one of those. Thanks for the giveaway!

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

Oh my goodness, I just love the name of these prints. I think, in accordance, they would need to be used to make a super retro quilt. Maybe something that looks like a bunch of old film strips criss crossing each other, or frame boxes like you see the movie stills in. Wow, these would be fun to work with.

Bree said...

I've wanted to make a postage stamp quilt with all solids for a while now, so I think it would be great to use the jelly roll with one of bright colors.

Kaki said...

GREAT giveaway! I love these colors and together...I could swoon. I would do something bold and graphic, maybe with a tiny hint of lime green for good measure.

Lyanna L. said...

I love gray. I would use these solids to make a gray quilt with an accent of aqua and bright green.

Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Diane (di) said...

Oh boy! :) I would use them to make a black and white quilt I have been dreaming about making for a couple of years now.

Chelsea said...

I'm not sure yet how I'd use these. I haven't worked with precuts much since cutting is my favorite part of the whole process! But it would be cool to have all those grays to play with.

Lisa said...

Hm...I think I'd mix them with bright colors for a quilt!

Amy said...

I'd make a modern quilt with some little squares of bright colors to make it pop!

Bree said...

I've been attracted to this collection for a while now. It constantly makes me stop while scrolling around on FQS. I think it would turn into some form of tonal quilt top, perhaps mixed in with a kona brights charm pack for pop.

**nicke... said...

pillow covers, pillow covers, pillow covers!

Paula said...

Probably use it for boy quilt!!!

Colleen said...

Oh my! I have a sketch of a quilt in my notebook done entirely in greys. I was watching an episode of one of my favorite TV shows on Netflix (a cheesy little sci-fi series called Farscape) and I had to pause in the middle of a scene so I could draw a picture of the floor.

Barb said...

So cool! I haven't seen these precuts yet. I think I would use them for pillows and maybe a lap quilt mixed with my favourite bright prints.

Pam said...

These are beautiful! I would stitch them end to end and use them to frame a "light and dark" quilt I'm making for my sister.

Kim Q said...

I don't know, but I'd have a ball figuring it out! LOL

Tara said...

My next goal is to make something awesome for my son's room. I'd incorporate this into a quilt for him I'm sure!

Gene Black said...

Oh wow! I just got Pat Wys book "Spotlight on Neutrals" This would be a great use for these fabrics.

Gina S. said...

Runners and pillows!

{Leila}Where the Orchids Grow said...

I can always find a use for Kona solids especially these neutrals! I have never made anything in just solids so if I win I may do just that.
What a blast this must be for you getting to give away all these fab goodies!

DeeRoo said...

I think I would pick a couple colors...maybe aqua and orange and do a lot of square in squares in randome sizes and pick one of the greys to cut out larger solid squares...mix it up and just see what happens!;)

A Stitch in Design said...

I'd mix them in with a new baby quilt for the newest little niece/nephew for me (coming in May!). These colors would be perfect since I have no idea what the gender will be... We'll see! Thanks!!

manybooks said...

Oh what a fun lot of fabric! I know that I would start by making a couple interesting pillows using just these - in HSTs i think. A zig zag maybe. So fun!

MN2NM said...

Woohooo! Some of my favorites in there, for sure! I think I would try to do some improv witha spash of color here and there... Thanks so much!

kati riehl said...

It's such a sophisticated and beautifully subdued color scheme. My first thought was it would be a great choice for making a quilt gift for a guy friend, and then I thought, because I'm selfish that way, it would also be pretty to combine with some black and white prints I've been eying lately for myself.

Nancy D. said...

I've got a black/white/grey with a spot of color quilt on my "want to make" list. This would be perfect for it!

bee said...

I'd make a wall hanging or some improv-y blocks with a pop of color.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

I might use the jelly roll along with a Moda Brights jelly roll to make another one of Rachel's postage stamp quilts. I think the greys and blacks would look neat against the brights. But then would I use black or white batting? Now that is the question. Hmmm.

MGM

Brynn said...

I'm thinking these might make a lovely pillow for my new family room... Thanks for the giveaway!

Pattie Crum said...

Wow what a great idea, I would make a king size quilt with some white thrown in.

Mikelle said...

I love Kona cotton and use it in all my quilts.

Kimberly said...

Sweet! I saw on a blog that someone... somewhere... had made a quilt to look like poloroid photos with fussy cut images and I thought that was pretty cool. Maybe photo transfers of my favorite family pics into a snapshot quilt would be a project to tackle. You know... if I won...

(Thanks for the chance!)

Sunnybec said...

Heck I have no idea what I would do with them, you know me cream and white, cream and white LOL But this would be a fabulous opportunity to try something different. Thanks for the chance. Linda

Meredith said...

I would maybe make a postage stamp quilt with the jelly roll!

Linda said...

You know, I'm not sure what I would do with them. Like the others, I would add some bright colors to them. They might be good for making something for one of my rough and tumble grandsons!

Bailey said...

I am making The Farmers Wife quilt but with a modern edge and I want to use grays, so this would be perfecy!

Alassel said...

I would use them to make some interesting strip pieced blocks, maybe with just one more color - teal perhaps?

Barb said...

Definitely a quilted bag for a visual arts/camera techie friend.

In Awe of Applique said...

I'm re-doing the pillows on my sofa...they will coordinate nicely with the bright scraps I'm using

harrispen said...

I like the idea of a black & white quilt to use these pre-cuts.

Thanks. Cindy

pipp5 said...

I'd like to make a nice bargello type quilt with maybe a border of a beautiful red, black and gray paisley.

Karen said...

I'm not sure what exactly I would make, but I think I would mix it with a really obnoxious and loud print.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Threads by Terry said...

I am thinking some great accents for my grandsons rooms..

Annie said...

I have wanted to make a quilt with bright plains against a graduated Black to white background for some time. I think it would be a very interesting exercise in value and it would be quite challenging to get it right!

Thanks for all the great giveaways this week!

sukie said...

The only ones that I haven't used is Pepper and charcoal. I should try to use them more.

Denise :) said...

I don't KNOW!! But I'd sure love the opportunity to figure it out!! LOL! There was a monochromatic quilt that I'd love to play with -- perhaps I'd use it for that! :)

JanuaryT said...

What a fantastic giveaway!! I have just started to use solids & i'm realizing how important they are. I love the contrast of using black with pops of colors. I'm thinking a curved log cabin quilt would be awesome.
Thanks again
January T

Sandy said...

I love all of those colors and grays are soooo in now! They would probably match most of my other fabrics and I would use some of them with my Ruby pre-cuts.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

What beautiful colour precuts...I would definitely put them in a quilt; but it would have to be one like Kaliediscope or Trip Around the World; where that colour contrast would pop out!! thanks for this giveaway!!!!!!!!!!!!

Shannon (knitnpal) said...

I would make a bedroom quilt set - quilt, pillows, etc.

Monica said...

I think I'd want to use the precuts for a Lone Star quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

Randi Skaggs said...

I love these! I'd use them in a quilt, probably mixed with prints although they are lovely just by themselves.

Caitlin said...

Love these. I'd want to mix them with a bright solid, probably pink, and make my step daughter a quilt.

Lisa Marie said...

These solids with some bright pinks or yellows or lime greens (or all three!) would make a gorgeous quilt. I would like to make a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift.

Liz said...

I'd make a quilt for my guest bedroom. How fun would that be? Thanks for the giveaway!

Tiffany said...

Hmm... Those colors look very manly. I might consider making some kind of quilt for my brother. Or just hoard the fabrics and save them for sashing on other projects.

Kristy said...

The colors remind me of sea stones. I think I'd add some lovely blues and sand colors.

Julie said...

I'm not sure yet, but it would be fun figuring it out!

JuneBug said...

Oh it's a beautiful mix! I would combine with some brights to make a solids rainbow wall hanging. Or maybe I'd keep it tonal and do a stormy night pillow...

Tracey said...

A quilt for me with just a pop of chartreuse.

Heather D. said...

I've been wanting to make something like this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bluecottage/5741463230/ using grays for the squares with a few splashes of a colour thrown in just for fun.

Thanks for the giveaway!!

Leslie said...

Log Cabin. I love these colors and would probably use a solid red for the center. Thanks for chance to win.

Mystica said...

I'd like to do a dresden plate design for a quilt!

Thank you for the giveaways.

mystica123athotmaildotcom

Татьяна said...

Daughter loves these colors. I'll make her blanket on the sofa.

robin said...

Hmm - I'd probably mix them with prints I already have.

Stephanie said...

I would make a quilt for my master bedroom.

Tracey said...

I would make a "filmstrip" quilt!
teekayb29@gmail.com

Paul said...

I love the Kona Solids...

I am working on black and white quilt right now that I would like to do again with some greys and a splash of bright Yellow...

Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

Paul
www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

Adele said...

I would make a filmstrip quilt

Jennifer Gail said...

I would blend in my string quilt. I need solids. thanks

Janelle said...

I totally don't know what I would do yet, but it would definitely be a great Christmas present for my brother in law.

Lindsay @ 402CenterStreet.blogspot.com said...

Wow, I love this. It could make a really fun solids quilt.

Wendy said...

Oh my that is gorgeous. I would remodel my bedroom after those lovely colors :)

Sharon said...

Oh Wow! Wouldn't the Silent Film fabrics look great paired with pinks in a quilt?!!! That's what I would do!

Sharon said...

I've been wanting to make some pillows. These would be so helpful!

Mary said...

absolutely stunning! I just love shades of grey. I would mix it with some pop of color and make a quilt and a purse. :)

Mary
iammaryburke @ gmail.com

Dara said...

I love the name of this collection. I would use this to work on my Ghastlies Halloween quilt.

mimi said...

Pair the silent film fabrics with teal and this would be fantastic. YUMMY!!

Moneik said...

I love the calmness of the set. I'd put a zinger such as red or hot pink with them.

James-Linda said...

I'D USE THE DARKEST IN PATCHWORK OR 'THIMBLEBERRY'-LIKE PROJECTS+THE LIGHTS FOR ANY PROJECT YOU REALLY WANT COLORS TO 'POP'!
THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

Jen said...

Oh, how exciting! This is exactly the precut bundle I would order if I were to order one! I would use it to make something graphic with one bright contrast color, kind of like this:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/volt

Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

Bethany said...

These colours would make great throw pillows. Thanks :)

Shannon said...

I would use them for a quilt for my boyfriend! He likes "manly" colors and grays are his favorite!

Marie said...

I'd like to try a nice modern quilt.

Christina said...

I would defiantly make a quilt out of it for my hubby. I think I would really play with the contrasting light and dark in small piecing. Thanks for the chance:)

fallingforpieces said...

I'm not usually a big pre-cut person, but I think a neutral set like this would be really fun to work with. I'd love to a really awesome quilt for my couch in all neutrals.

SewingMom2Three said...

I would make something for my good friend with the Silent Film fabric. Shades of gray and black are totally "her".

Ella said...

I'm running a black, white, and grey charm swap...these would work perfectly with those!

Jenny said...

i think i would make a bow tie quilt with the charms and cut the layer cakes for more charms for this quilt. love this silen film bundle!

Martina said...

I would love to sew some pillows for my sons new room! He would love that!

Laine from JustPlainLaine.com said...

I would use them to work on my paint horse portrait quilt. All of the colors are part of the quilt.

My Baby James said...

I would pair it with some splashes of green and purple and I would make a quilt inspired by a Zen garden <3 It would make the perfect Christmas gift for my bestie, she would LOVE it!

Tricia said...

I think I'd make a "man" quilt for hubby. If you have any suggestions of a good man quilt pattern, I'd love you forever :) He doesn't appreciate my quilts that are all backed with pretty pink florals!

Gena's Garden said...

I could see some fabulous dresden plates adding in some polka dots. <3

Amber H. said...

I would get another bright color of Kona probably either a green, red or possibly teal or turquoise, and then create some type of HST quilt top!

babiesdoc said...

my recently repainted bedroom is grey
I have been collecting some prints and solids to make a quilt
I would love to add silent film and start sewing.

I always use coal but am liking the med grey

Shannon said...

I love those fabrics! I'd likely use them to create a baby quilt for the friend who's having a boy, but wants mostly blacks and grays with just a little bit of colour. Might not be my choice (well, wouldn't!) but would work oh-so-well with these fabrics!

Shannon said...

I was just thinking that I needed to make a black, white, and grey wall hanging to match my black, white and grey bathroom!!!

Bobbi said...

If I win, I want to make a sampler quilt with the prize!

connie said...

I just love gray! This is a wonderful selection. I think I would use it with some bright polka dots which I have been collecting.

Rachel said...

I have a collection of black, white and gray prints, waiting to be made into a shades of gray quilt. One of the things that's probably holding me up in the process is that I lack some solids and some transitional tones. So I'd use these to complement the big old collection of crazy novelty prints.

Foolish Feathers said...

I have been wanting to do a quilt with yellows, blacks, and grays. This would fit in perfectly with some of the yellows that I have been collecting for this project. Even if I do not win, I may just have to purchase these myself!

Kelly said...

Ohhh I just saw the tutorial for the October Modern BOM, and this would be perfect for an amazing quilt! Love this! Thanks for the chance to win!

mean sarah jean said...

I just found these the other day and love it! I put it at the top of my wish list. I've always wanted to do a gradient quilt. I am quite partial to shooting photographs in black and white and this would be a perfect reflection from photography to quilting.

Wendy said...

To be honest, I have no idea what I'd do with them, though I might well combine them with some bright coloured prints to make... something!

kheli said...

I would use the set to highlight some great hand-dyed fabric I have been hoarding!

Stacey said...

I would make super manly quilts for my boys for their new rooms that we will be moving into in a few weeks, new space, new quilts!! thanks julie!!

stacey
stacey@staceysplace.com

Lynda said...

I am loving greys right now, my daughters are currently fighting over a quilt from dark greys with shocking pink sashing and pink/grey prints.

Jessica said...

Hmmmmm...I've really been wanting to stoco up on graphic black/white/grey winter tree sillhouette type printed fabrics and make something with that. So I'd probably do a simple design with the solids of Silent Film and the wonderful stick-y (not sticky) spare elegance of bare trees. I don't even know.

Rachel's Quilts said...

Wow, those look great! I'm just getting into using more solids or doing solid only quilts, so these would be great.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Meghan said...

Oooh, this could make a really cool looking throw for my red couch. Thanks for the chance!

Heather Joy said...

I'd love to have solids in my stash to incorporate into my quilts, but I'm also tempted to make a monochromatic lap quilt...

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Oh a Gee Bend quilt for sure! Love the solid pallette.

Cory said...

These Silent Film fabrics would look great paired with some Ruby. They would really make Ruby pop. Thank you for the chance to win these. Take care and God bless, Cory

Brenda said...

I would probably put them on a shelf and look at them. A lot. And one day, the perfect project would present itself!

aka Dragonfly Photography said...

I think I would add them to the jewel box I am making!

Alisa said...

I'd make a quilt and add red for a pop of colour.

Jill said...

lovely - I think I'd pair it with some orange - love gray and orange!

Jessica said...

I would definitely use them in a quilt, possibly split up by color. Maybe for a man - all solids quilt? :)

VanillaBean said...

My best friend loves loves loves black, white, and grey. Her birthday is in a few months and I have decided to make her a quilt. These colors will be perfect! What a great giveaway!!!

Dee's Diary said...

with yellow, to get me from here to springtime :-)

Anna F said...

Nice! I would add some other solids and make a quilt of squares and half-square triangles...I think : )

t. anne said...

I'd love to make some modern pillows and a throw quilt with these silent film solids. Thanks for the chance to win!

twelfthzodiac said...

I have some Hope Valley in the oranges & pinks & was thinking I need to pair them with grey! These would be perfect...I'd probably make it a quilt :)

Sarah said...

I have no idea what I would make! I love the look of the jelly roll as it is... LOL... a shame to disturb it. It would be fun to do a postage stamp quilt with it

Andrea said...

I love these. My husband is a film lover so I think it would be fun to design a film strip inspired quilt for him. Maybe just the right size for snuggling under for our favorite Buster Keaton film.

Meg said...

I'd love to include them in an improv pieced quilt, built on contrasting light and dark fabrics--I think it could be very striking!

Jessica said...

I'd combine it with some blues and make a quilt.

Michelle in NH said...

Oh how I love B&W--&grey! I think a cozy lap quilt would be nice; perhaps with some red & aqua? Thanks for the chance to win.

Leslie's Itchin to be Stitchin said...

It would look wonderful paired with white...and it would look wonderful in the pattern Unwind

Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva said...

I have some great bright prints that these would make a great contrast with for a little boy quilt.
~Kimberlee
SpunkyDiva at live.com

Trish said...

I would probably use these to create a classy placemat set :) I love monochrome!

RWL said...

I would pair them with some crazy brights for a fun, darker quilt for winter.

Quilt Monkey said...

I've been wanting to use greys lately, but I don't have many. I think a quilt with the tonal greys and little pops of color here and there would be awesome.

Wendy said...

My sister and I just spent 12 days together and pieced two collaborative lap quilts - I have a lot of great fabrics in my stash, but what I learned from our project is that my stash was seriously lacking in the black to gray colorways. I would love to win some precuts to give some depth to my next quilt project! Thanks for the chance!

caribousmom (at) gmail (dot) com

Jennifer said...

I would mix these with some brights for an all solid quilt!

Editfolt said...

I have a 3-D disagne Quilted Castle. Very interesting colors. Thank giveway!

Shanon said...

I would mix them with more kona solid precuts for a scruffily quilt.

Manoule said...

We're moving and I need to make some pretty pillows for the new living room. We have a black leather sofa, so this fabric combined with some lovely brights would be perfect!

AstaD said...

i woul dlike to make a log cbin out of greys or perhaps a modern zig zag quilt.

Nana Jo said...

The silent film colors are perfect for setting off squares to draw them out.

Marci said...

A table runner for my mama! Thanks for your generousity!

The Rx quilter said...

I have a stack of University of Texas fabric to make my son a quilt..silent film would rock the quilt! Lisa in Texas

9patchnurse said...

Oooooo pretty! Hmmm, the more I like a fabric, the harder it is to decide what to do with it. I think I would like to pair it with another color like pinks or yellows and do something with that. Maybe a traditional block like churndash or bowtie. Oh dear, now I really want it!

Abbybeth said...

These would be combined with blues to go into a quilt for someone special!

Judi said...

LOVE this - who can't use more neutral colored solids? I am sure these would be part of another quilt :)

Debra said...

Noy sure how to use them but I'n sure I could find something!

safieh said...

Umm, what would I NOT use these in?? These are my favorite solids to use in all my quilts, so I'd probably make a full sized quilt, unless I'm allowed to just hoarde them!

Thanks for ANOTHER great giveaway and I hope we see you at the Houston Modern Quilt Guild meet up at the Hilton the Saturday of Market!!!

anne said...

Oh what fun. I would pair these with one or two other colors and make a smashing quilt. Not sure about the other two colors, green and perhaps blue? Or red and orange? Oh my endless possibilities. Thanks!

Judy said...

I honestly have no idea! Definitely would have to get shopping to find some colors to go with them. Maybe just an east square quilt for the cooler evenings.

drmithome said...

A log cabin pouch

Josie McRazie said...

Ghaps! This one is mine to win....well odds are not, but! I just purchased some Robert Kaufman material to make a qulit for my Husband! They look like flames and a fireman print to go with it! These solids would look PERFECT with the material I have already picked out!! Here's to winning!

liz said...

I just saw a quilt that had only solids in this color scheme. I think it would be great for my bedroom!

holly | bijou lovely said...

I didn't realize they offered all of these grays together as precuts! I'd make a few items for our house (pillows, etc) since they match our color scheme so well!

Montseta said...

Kind of difficult, I would try to use it with one of my favourite print fabric and play with positive/negative space.

Domestic Moose said...

I'm currently working on a black, white and yellow quilt. I have a yellow solid, but I think that the solids in Silent Film would make a stunning replacement to some of the prints.

Lindsay said...

I am loving Giveaway week! This pack would be a great starter for a quilt that I want to make that mimics the colors in the hot springs in Yellowstone. There are some great grays and whites in the surrounding edges!

Joelle said...

I think these would look awesome in a couple of pillows.

Christy said...

These are great! I would use these for a quilt top - no extra fabric needed. I love the gray solids together, and it would be a great neutral quilt to display in our living room.

Doris said...

I'd use it with my collection of Jenean Morrison's luscious grey fabrics of Silent Cinema!!

Patty V said...

I just bought a new quilt book that uses a lot of solids, so I would try to do one of the quilts in that book.

Hilachas said...

I'm always needing a neutral color for my blocks and this giveaway seems to be just full of them. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Kelsey said...

Almost certainly a modern quilt!

Rebecca said...

I would mix in a couple prints and use them for a quilt for my bed. THANKS for the chance!
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Sarah Craig said...

I can see a memory quilt made out of these, with photos in black and white printed on fabric and mixed in......

littlebluebirdie said...

love the greys! I would so make some pillows or something, adding only a teeny pop of color..

Elizabeth G. said...

Ooh! Gonna make a modern throw for my bed!! LOVE Kona solids sooo much!!

Nicki Lundeen said...

That would make a cool wonky log cabin lap quilt! nlundeen at catt dot com

Alisha Stamper said...

I'm a professional photographer by trade and I would make a film formats quilt. Totally started drawing out the design when I saw this. So stoked! Thanks for the inspiration regardless of this great giveaway ;)

KuriAndKaki said...

Ash is my favorite Kona cotton solid! I know I could easily fall in love with the rest of Silent Film!

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