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
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Melanie said...

I love those colors together! Gorgeous.

ColleenaMareena said...

I'm doing a grey & purple star quilt for the do. Good Stitches charity quilt bee on Flickr, and that jelly roll would be perfect sashing!

Thanks for the chance to win!

kathytypestoo said...

woo hoo! i have no idea yet how i would use it, but i'd love to be able to play around and figure something out! thanks for the chance to win :)

SoSarahSews said...

THese would make good fillers here and there for other projects, but it would be a really cool quilt all by itself!

Marlene said...

Great use for a Halloween project

The Glue Spot said...

Hmm the colors remind me of a London fog from Starbucks. I would make a nice quilt with a sporadic splash of color. It would be great to use on a rainy day.

Deb said...

Something modern. Off the rail, maybe.

Unknown said...

I am such a grey junkie I would absolutely LOVE to win those! What an awesome colour combination!

Gill said...

These would be great used to make any of the quilts in 'City Quilts'! which is on it's way to me at the moment!!

Lisa E said...

Silent Film is a great name. I think a Kona solids quilt would be in order!

Lindsay Conner said...

I think these would make a sweet modern sampler quilt!

Denise in PA said...

I would definitely pair with some very brightly colored prints. I love the collection!

Patricia said...

99% of my quilts are bright colors (using patterned fabrics). I would use this roll to do a "out of character" quilt in monotones and solids. Thanks for the chance to win!

~Michelle~ said...

Well, if it had been a year and a half ago, I would have sent those instead of the Kona yardage I cut in the same colors to send to some bee buddies! So now I don't know - would still probably go to use in bee blocks and other miscellaneous projects. :)

The One and Only said...

you'd win all three!! holy moly!! well I know with the layer cake I would do hst...with the roll I would do a quilt with rectangles (which are so easy with a jelly roll) and with the charm pack, a quick and easy quilt with a bright white (? not sure) sashing...these are just a few ideas...ooh, you'd win all three?

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I have some solid brights and would love to put them together with this bundle in a improv pieced quilt!

Deb said...

I have an older piece of yellow/grey/white/black fabric that I've been trying to figure out how to use - I think this would be great!

debby said...

I am currently planning a grey, citrus, and white quilt with a pop of red for my bedroom. These would complete the color theme.

krista said...

I've been dying to do a black,white, and gray quilt!

Lynette said...

Oh, boy! That makes me think of the Tower of Terror (even though it's just a B&W, and not a silent film).

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I love these colors and I wouldn't add anythiing to it. Lap quilt

Colby said...

I would use these to make a montonal portrait resembling the surface of the moon.

Keri said...

I would use it to make a robot themed quilt for my DS! LOVE it!!!

Alli said...

Ooh, this would make a great guy quilt! It would be cool to make a pixelated picture somehow.

Marshall and Thelma said...

i lv these colors and i would make a table quilt with them

KWILEY said...

Oh - love it - simple but stunning. what to make....sure a tons of ideas rush in - but not sure - maybe a mini - paper-pieced - kinda the ones like George Sciliano makes..... would look sharp!

Heather said...

Oh my goodness, I love those colors. I would use those pre-cuts to make a 3-D quilt for my son. He loves black and grey and the 3-D quilts!

Marci Girl said...

I honestly would love to make an all solids quilt with them and the addition of one or two other pop colors! It would be fabulous!

DianeY said...

I probably have (or did have) all of these colors in yardage-I use them a lot in quilts. So while I din't have anything specific in mind at the moment, they would definitely be used in a quilt

Katie Z. said...

I would make a pleated pillow and some lovely gift for my bro who would love anything out of these fabrics!

Briawna said...

this is a hard one. i'd use it for one of two things: adorable faux pleated pillow i saw a tutorial for or a quilt for me (i'm the only one in my family without a quilt and i'm the quilter!) with this bundle and some red dots michael miller fabrics. thanks!

Laine said...

Oh wow I am so crossing my fingers on this one. Love those fabrics. I picked up a pattern on a shop hop this past weekend for a purse. I would use some of the solids along with a bright bold pattern for it.

lsandes@comcast.net

Laura said...

I'd make a manly quilt for my man. :-)

Dawn said...

I would mix these solids with pink and aqua. Thanks for the chance to win!

Debbie B Sam said...

I'm dying to do a dresden plate quilt for my king size bed...and I would have to use an aqua or teal as the center circle. Thanks Julie!

Rebecca said...

I would use them to contrast with some bright, saturated prints - probably in a simple patchwork design... lap quilt or wall hanging is what's coming to mind. Thanks for the giveaway :)

LeeH said...

I love those soft greys. I could make something special with that
Thanks for the inspiration

Beth said...

I have just started working with solids but love the idea of adding just a pop of color and think it would have to be a quilt for the cottage. Thanks.

Lex said...

I LOVE grey fabric and wich I couild find it more easily where I live. I think I'd want to do a quilt with just a few squares of vibrant colors thrown in, maybe with my HR Enchino fabric I've been hording

Grammasheri said...

My husband is a cinematographer, and I would make him a "film strip" quilt, complete with the old-fashioned film cameras, director's chair, and film-strip motifs. He would love it!

mjb said...

I think I'd just use these on their own to play with solids.

Rachel D @ Just Sew Y'all Know said...

I'd use this bundle for a Double Wedding Ring quilt!

A Seam to Sew said...

Ohh, these solids would be perfect in a man quilt for my husband!

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

I can see a quilt made with Silent Film with an added splash of color like red or orange. Thanks for the opportunity to enter another great giveaway!

Annieofbluegables said...

I've been fascinated with this post:
http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2011/05/gingham.html
and want to try my hand at it.
That's what I'd do with this if I won it.
~a

Brecka said...

love this! I picked the silent film jelly roll in the last giveaway and it has been on my mind to make a nice grey/black infused quilt for our bedroom (a nice throw or maybe if im brave something massive for the bed)

Lotte Biondi said...

Awesome collection. I am working on and Amish design quilt. These fabrics would be perfect for many Amish patterns.

Terrie said...

Am loving the solids lately and I have two teenage boys so I would LOVE to make something for them with this fabric. They aren't really into the colorful flowery stuff that I ussually buy :)

Four dogs and one quilter said...

I would use these fabrics to make a Cherry House quilt.

Rosa said...

I`d make a lappquilt.

Cristin said...

Great idea Robert Kaufman! I love the grey Konas! I'd probably use them to make quilted pillow covers... mix them with some bright green prints maybe. hmmm :-) Thanks!

Beth said...

I have alot of ideas, but for starters I would make the "comic book quilt" I saw on fat quarterly!

The Last Yard said...

Ohhh those are beautiful... I would make the Facade quilt with them and add just a splash of Red to the mix.

tpott said...

I think a bright HOT pink print would look fantastic, something happy. Maybe add a bright medium blue. What beautiful Kona solids they have, great selection. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! ;-> Toni Anne

Dottie said...

Kaufman fabrics are one of my favorites. I could see using these in a masculine, maybe black & white quilt for one of my boys.

Veronica said...

I would definitely make my brother one beautiful black and white quilt.....Thanks for the chance

Jodyrose said...

oooh, been a Kaufman fan forever,it s the only black I use

quiltercaroline said...

Oh What an unusual monochromatic bundle - I would have to think carefully as to the best pattern but maybe a log cabin or there is a pattern on Moda Bakeshop called film strip maybe that would be a way to go. Definitly something bold and graphic would work well. Thank you.

the girlfriend gap said...

something with pink kona thanks for a chance to win.

MoeWest said...

I would make a black and white quilt, or maybe a black and white log cabin quilt with red centres.

Unknown said...

I'm thinking some nice pillow covers for the black couch? Or maybe it would call out something different to me once I see it! Thanks for the giveaways!

Unknown said...

I'd make a quilt with some green and yellow to make it really modern. Don't know the design but I'll come up with something.\
Fabulous fabric,

lamccarthy314 said...

I just painted my living room grey so I'd love to win this fabric.

pbs said...

I am thinking a monochrome project. Would have to find the perfect pattern to show them off. I love these colors. They were made for me! Thanks for the great give-away.

Purple Quilter Queen said...

I'd love to use the Silent Film bundle to make a total black and white photo quilt of old pics of my grandparents and mom and her siblings when they were kids back in the 40's. Cool score! Jenn

Amy said...

Neutrals are my thing lately. Working on a handkerchief linen vest with layered appliques - these would play a lovely role with scraps from my stash.

Amy quiltzy at pandahenry dot com

Alicia said...

I think I want a whole bolt of the Charcoal!

Esther said...

I'm not sure exactly what I'd make, but it would be a Christmas present of some sort! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Andrea said...

I'd make some kind of wall hanging/quilt with the gradations..

diana said...

I loove them all! It's time I make that kokeshi quilt I've been planning for so long.

Angie said...

I remember seeing a black and white quilt in a Crate and Barrel catalog about 10 years ago and thinking it was a black and white photo, but it wasn't. Just lots of black and white prints and solids.

This could be the start of that.

Donna @ Snowbound said...

Those are great. I'd definitely make a quilt!

Lynn said...

Love these fabrics! I have an idea for a NYC in the snow quilt...these would be perfect. Hope you pick me!

Jo Anne said...

I would likely spread these out among a few different projects.

3DogDesignCo said...

I would love to incorporate them into a quilt, probably an original design.

Paula, the quilter said...

I like to make the small format quilts for aaqi.org to auction off. I can see using this pre-cut in a monochromatic quilt(let).

Bjwalsh101 said...

I'm thinking log cabin with maybe a pop of red or yellow in the center.

Le said...

I would use the jelly roll to make one of the 1600" strip quilts. Ideas for the others would come fast and furious.

Anonymous said...

I love black and white... and everything inbetween... would definately use it to start working on a project I call 'reflections'

Anonymous said...

I would probably have to supplement with some bright colors :)

teaginny said...

I'd make a quilt pairing them with one colored print - yellow or purple amybe

Stephanie said...

I love Kona and I love this collection! I would pick one or two Bright Kona fabrics(like Bright Pink and Lagoon) and go to town making an awesome quilt and maybe pillows to match!! Thanks for the chance to win!
Stephanie

MollyP said...

Genius, RK! I love their oatmeal pre-cuts because they are the perfect blend of light neutrals nd now this! Gorgeous! Medium Gray is my go-to gray solid. This little collection will complement so many prints. I think I would pick one print and blend it with all the colors of Silent Cinema to make a super mod quilt. By the way, the name is perfect, too. Thanks!

Wieke said...

I'd make some kind of guy quilt!

Lindsey F. said...

I would make something for my son and daughter-in-law's NYC apartment. Those colors with a pop of red or orange would be perfect for their living room.

Melanie said...

These are gorgeous! I think I would use them to make a quilt a la City Quilts by Cherry House.

Thanks for the chance!

Jennifer Chick-Gray said...

This would totally help in building my solid stash. I always jump on the prints, but forget how important the solids are. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Chelle said...

Pillows!!

Katherine said...

I would make a quilt for my bed based on the beautiful black, white, and grey ancient mosaics I saw on a trip to Italy.

Kelsey said...

I would use them with some greens and yellows to make a wall hanging for our bedroom!

Ladybug said...

These would make a stunning logcabin quilt with rainbow colors on the light side of the cabin.

Unknown said...

I would love to find a really great black toile and use these solids to put together a dreamy quilt. Thanks for the chance!

Tiffany.TF said...

my husband wants a "manley" throw for the couch

Janet said...

My daughter loves white, black and gray. I would make something for her.

Unknown said...

I would use it in log cabin style blocks with a few super bright pieces in each block.

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

I've used Kona ash plenty of times, but none of the other colors. Thanks for such a super giveaway! I would probably use these precuts to make my husband a quilt, although my sister's favorite color is gray, so maybe something for her, too!

kbzelazny said...

Beautiful fabric! I would add red and make a quilt for my son's new apartment. Thanks for the chance to win!

Heather A said...

These are so inspiring. I would probably opt to mix them with a print or two or three. I can't remember the name of the fabric I'm thinking of but it's one that mixes some reds and corals with grey, black and cream. I thought of it immediately as soon as I saw this silent film grouping of kona solids. Wouldn't this be lovely?!!

Rebecca said...

Definitely a quilt. I love this combination. I also love cloudy days. :) Thank you for the chance to win!

Diane H said...

I would certainly use these with some of the patterned precuts I have in my stash to make a quilt.
Thanks.

Marshall and Thelma said...

i love these colors and would make a throw for the end of the bed

KarenOjai said...

I'd use these in combo with some bright fabrics I have been waiting to use up for gifts. I love these colors!! (or lack of color) :)

isabel f. said...

love the greys :)) I will use them in a quilt :)

Jessica PierreAuguste said...
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Jessica PierreAuguste said...

What a great collection. I would use all those shades of gray to make a duvet cover for my friend. We have been discussing this project for a while, and she loves gray!

Dana Gaffney said...

I want to make a quilt for my husband, he's been hinting and his favorite color is gray, is that even a color. I would add some teals and blues and make a quilt.

Andrea said...

hmmm...maybe a pillow of some sort! or i'll incorporate some yellows and make a quilt :)

Jaclyn said...

Love these - I would use them on their own for a couch throw (we have black couches on a bold red feature wall).

OT Quilter said...

I think I would make a quilt using a star block and adding one bright ( maybe yellow?) to add some zing.

Cristina said...

To be perfectly honest, I don't have a clue what I would make with them yet, but I'm envisioning a quilt with Silent Film and a few pops of red. Oooh, I'm getting excited about this idea!

Jessica said...

I would probably use "some" of it to make a Quilted Table Runner to give to my Mom for Christmas. (The colors would go perfectly!)

The rest I would save for me until inspiration strikes!

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Char said...

Love Kona Solids! Thank you for the give-away. I would use them in a black & white quilt and do a border in the stripes, but an an angle. That would be fun. Thanks again!

free indeed said...

I've already eyed the silent film line...love it because of the greys. I want to use greys/corals for the guest room...a bed runner might be just the thing for precuts!

Lynne said...

The jelly roll would be perfect for sashing around bright colours! The mind boggles at how many ways to use the squares!

corina said...

I'd love to try a cityscape style quilt. I might add just a splash of color in one of the windows of a building.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I might mix them with some brights and make a large tote. :)

Kristen said...

I would use these is my wedding quilt! Grey is one of my colors (along with yellow) and using the grey spectrum is bound to add the right amount of interest. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Quiltjane said...

These beauties would go perfectly with the FQ bundle I bought from FQS. Thanks for the opportunity to win these prizes.

Katie B said...

These would definitely find their way into some future quilts!

Amy Gibson said...

This bundle is a Kona Godsend! I'd use it for EVERYTHING...mixed w/ solids and prints. Yum! Great giveaway.

Tasha said...

I would love to use all these colors together in a quilt. Again, Thanks for the opportunity!

LisaG said...

Wow... I can't decide on a project for this little lot... table set (mats & runner) or manly quilt for MrG (who just happens to be into black & white photography)... decisions, decisions!

Lilysunshine said...

I think I would pair those silent films with very bright prints (orange, red, aquas, bright greens) for a striking quilt for my boys (or maybe for me!)

Heide said...

Oh my goodness. Please do not make me commit to a plan for these lovelies if I won them! All I know if that I would love them dearly and then quilt the bejeesus out of them!

Jan said...

Wow, these are awesome. I'd make a modern quilt, most likely.

Ellie said...

Great give away! Love the subtle shading.

Donna Baker said...

those are gorgeous! grey is so in right now! I think a modern gradient pillow and/or handbag would be super fun to make!

Faye Nettles said...

I am collecting fabrics now to make a Black, white, gray with touches of red quilt. These colors would go so great with it as I have not chosen the solids to go with the prints.
Great giveaway.

Lauradublin said...

Beautiful colours. I would put them with greys and lime greens and turquoise. Hope I get the chance!!

Deb said...

I would use the Silent Film precuts to make something sophisticated for my 14 month old little boy; his sister usually gets all of my sewn items! A little teal would look good with it ;)

Katie said...

I'd mix it with bright red.

Susan said...

I have no idea what I'd make, but I'm thinking something with some pops of color would be neat!

krislovesfabric said...

What a wonderful quilt those would make, love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Maroesja said...

I'll make myself a purse, or a quilt, or...

Stephanie Zito said...

Beautiful!!! I'd use these to make a modern quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

EG said...

Oh good, I've been loving gray lately! I don't know what I'd use them for yet - just stash them away!

Jennifer said...

hmmmm, silent movies, old fashioned fabric, perhaps old photographs scanned on fabric, fun stuff!

Katrin said...

I would probably make something for my hubby, this looks like a "manly" colour palette for me.

Helen said...

I would go outside of my comfort zone and make a modern quilt--after adding a few colors for pop.

Or make a quilt inspired by a black and white film.

Berlinquilter said...

I would try myself in Impro piecing!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for highlighting the beauty of this selection of solids..I'd probably attempt to create something 3D or illusionary.

Maureen said...

These are great - I would pair them with a tourquoise print for a great lapquilt!

Kathy H said...

I love all the greys that are out this year. I would use them to accent other colors, little borders, perfect binding, centers for squares.

Nita said...

Wow - pair those up with pops of brilliant yellow and you'd have quite a quilt!

petiteblogger said...

I have really been wanting to make some new little decorative pillows for around my house & these would be perfect to use in the designs... :)

Jessica said...

I'd make my husband a pillow for his office ... He loves these tones!

BendingPins.com said...

I would consider making a tonal quilt, I've seen some stunning black and white quilts, they really are show stoppers! But since I rarely have the time for such a large project, perhaps pillows with some sort of quilty pattern to show off the tones. And maybe one shot of colour. Red seems to be the obvious but perhaps a turquoise like Kona lagoon!

Or what about a reverse applique like the ones Dan Rouse have created?

stephmabry said...

Wow, those colors would match my living room perfectly, so of course I'd have to make a quilt to match! ;)

Thanks for the chance to win!

stephmabry(at)yahoo(dot)com

Michelle said...

Oh I love this line! I could easily pair these solids with a fun large print for a quilt, but I also love the idea of using these to make a ton of hexagons. Ooh, or what about film strip blocks? That would be fun.

Alyssa S. said...

I would love to use this with some bright prints to make a rainbow quilt. The silent film colors would really make it pop.

Shannon Wallace said...

You know, I am not sure! LOL I would probably take it to a quilting class and use it. Forgive me, I am a beginner without a lot of creative spunk yet! :)

Willa said...

Well, I mostly do small quilted pieces. I suspect these would end up as tech cozies of some sort.

Recently worked with some black on black batik that I really enjoyed. I think one or more of these would blend perfectly!

laura said...

If I won I would attempt my 1st solid colors quilt! (I love greys but I'd probably add a little yellow too). Thanks for the giveaway!

Glenda in Florida said...

I'd make a quilt, but not sure of which pattern. But, I'd pair this with bright vivid colors. So, if I chose log cabin, these would be one side of the block, and the bright colors would be the other side. Or, I'd make two sets of blocks--one in the brights, and one in this, and alternate them. In my mind, it looks fabulous!

mjb said...

Love these colors:) I would make pillows, table runner for my black dining room table, and use some to make appliqued tshirts for grandkids:)

Julie said...

Did you know that my favorite colors are black, white, and grey. I know weird colors to have as your favorites but I just love them. I am in need of a new quilt for my bed. This would be perfect with my black, white and red theme. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!
Thanks!

VickiT said...

Well Julie I'll honestly say I am not positive what I'd do. I do know I really want to do a black and white quilt with red very much. But I might be inspired by this to do something totally different.

Lori said...

Pairing the silent film solids with some other bright solids would make a great quilt or maybe even a tote.

goecker said...

Love those solids - great half sq triangles with contrasting fabric.

Francis Paul said...

thanks for the chance to win!

JLG said...

I would totally make a quilt or placemats!

Sandra said...
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Sandra said...

I would make a log cabin type of quilt. Love these Kona solids.

TheTrueFrancine said...

Black, grey, white, and ... RED! I'd throw in some red prints - not sure of the pattern, but something fairly modern.

Linz said...

Such lovely fabric!! I would make a quilt for my dad with that. He would love those tones!

tusen said...

The colours look so great together. I'd definitely use the precuts for a quilt - either to finish my fall kites quilt or to start a new one.

MiChal said...

EXCELLENT name. I bought some loud Hawaiian fabric with hula girls, palm trees and such when we went to the Big Island last month. Perhaps the Silent film pieces would help me create a quilt to remember the trip by without looking like I bought it off a clothesline hanging in the parking lot of an old gas station.

Judy said...

I would love to win this. I see a nice masculine quilt for my son. Thanks for the chance.

Joe and Julianne said...

I would do a quilt using the precuts on the front and then something bright and fun on the back ....

Marcia W. said...

quilt quilt quilt (my version of saying "shotgun") These fabrics are indeed gorgeous. I can see a powerpoint slide show block - somewhat like an old time silent movie - perhaps with a few words sewn into the mix. Thanks for the giveaway.

bethanndodd said...

NO WAY! I picked the Silent Film jelly roll as my fav offered by the FQS in your other giveaway! I would be in heaven with all of these precuts!!! The first thing I would make is a pleated pillow with the jelly roll and then I would make a quilt with the rest. I am redecorating our house and gray is going to be our new wall color...these would be such a perfect addition!!!! Thanks for the chance!!! Smiles~Beth

Angie @ craftedAngles said...

Add bright fabrics! The mixture of the two with the contrast would be awesome :)

Michelle said...

I'm not sure what I would do, but I know this would look great in my stash!!!

Dawn said...

Oh yummm.....I've been wanting to make a quilt of solids with lights and darks. This might be just what I'm looking for! Thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

Gidget said...

Wow....I'm not quite sure yet. It sure would be fun to work with though! Definately a quilt for the livingroom of some later determined pattern.

Michelle @ Barabooboo said...

I think a strip quilt, with black to white gradiation....(i think)...maybe some raw edge applique on top in Opposite colours...silhouettes of birds maybe and a tree.
michelletripper(at)yahoo(dot)ca

CJ said...

I'd love to make a gradient curtain and some throw pillows for my room.

anne said...

I've been wanting to use up some bright Kaffe scraps set off with solid grays. These bundles would be perfect.

Dawn said...

I love this solid color combo! I think I would either make a quilt or a cool tote bag. Thanks!

Cathy Case Nusbaum said...

First they would be taken apart, and then they would be stretched out over, stacked amongst, and sorted between fabric in my stash. And on the first snow day, I'd be inspired to cut and piece!

Gina said...

I have several patterns (and fabrics in my stash!) that would lend themselves to using these solids.

Jenn said...

I would make a quilt! I'd probably add some turquoise or yellow, maybe orange or maroon prints. I dunno, but it'd be great! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jill Chapman said...

I'd make a film strip quilt using the solids to frame "scenes" of my favourite prints. Thank you for the giveaway

Linda said...

Love these colors! I've been collecting fabrics for a quilt done in shades of black and white, so this would be perfect!!

Kate said...

This is such a great combination of solids! The name really makes it. I think it would be fun to make an abstract quilt with lots of lines of gray crossing each other-- bound in yellow. akmajor (at) gmail (dot) com

knit2purl1 said...

Definitely to highlight some amazing wild, color prints. I love the difference between the two.

KatheG said...

I just love this grouping. I think placemats and table runner would be really outstanding with these - it would be so modern (and would work with my white dishes). Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I think I might try this without colour - or not - it is so lovely on its own...

Pinky said...

ooo.. easy, add magenta, purple and red and do an improvised piece!

Cheryl said...

My daughter's room is done in plum and black with white polka dots- I would use the precuts with her room colors and make a quilt and some pillows. Thanx

ritainalaska said...

yum-yum! night and day zigzag with the roll and charm and a night and day twister with the 10 square! i'd quilt with red thread on one and green thread on the other. This is an exciting giveaway! sure would like to win it. thanx for the opportunity to do so.

bruinbr said...

I would probably incorporate them into a solids only quilt! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Mrs Flying Blind... said...

I would use them to back the Cosmo Cricket c.1934 quilt I am working on x

Coco said...

I think they'd look great teamed up with some bright prints. But they'd also look good on their own with the right quilt pattern.

Syd said...

I would love to incorporate this fun fabric with others to make a wall quilt. Thanks for such a fun blog!!

Lesley said...

I absolute LOVE greys and whites and blacks. That combination is AMAZING!

Marcy said...

I think this line would be the icing on the cake to use Pat Wys's new book on neutrals. Crossing my fingers for a win...

Emily R. said...

I'd love to meet the people with come up with all these great ideas and names for these products! They're so creative =)

pah said...

Last weekend I took a class with Kaffe Fassett on the Bordered Diamond quilt. I would definitely pair these with his beautiful huge flowers - what an impact!

Anonymous said...

I'd use them in a graphic bag and in mod fabric jewelry. What a great prize!

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