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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Dorian said...

Ohhh, what a cool idea!! I would mix it with some reds and make an awesome baby quilt for my new baby :)

Janine said...

I would make a simple modern quilt and only add some red to it.

Katie Doggart said...

Love the solid colours!!! I would probably either use them in my Farmer's Wife quilt (the greys would go great with the blues and greens)...or maybe use it for some mug rugs...thanks for the giveaway!!

Tracy said...

Jacquie @ tallgrass prairie studio made an awesome birch tree quilt that I have saved as a favorite and would love to try to make someday...soon! Thanks for the great giveaway week. Welcome back, we missed you.

Mom C said...

I just finished a lavender and black quilt top, 6 different patterns of each and I love it. I really didn't think I would but it's turned out pretty cute. So I wouldn't be afraid of trying another silent films in a quilt top. I think it could look sensational.

Carole B said...

I have a collection of favorite bright green prints that I've been saving for something special. I'm picturing these in a quilt with Silent Film.

Karen O said...

I would combine these colors with a range of a colors like red/pink and make some kind of wallhanging. I am a new quilter, so not exactly sure.

Karen said...

I have a good friend who decorates in black and white... I'd love to make a quilt for her bed... I'd have to find the right design...

Stephanie Nagano said...

I would make pillows and a throw quilt for my living room as my walls are grey with a charcoal border! Thank you for the chance to win!!

Jeanne said...

I would make a quilt with just these colors which would be stunning. A sort of black, grey and white quilt. Thanks for this
giveaway and the chance to win.

Patti said...

What a great idea My favourite is pepper. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Unknown said...

I see a Fractal Fragments quilt. I have always wanted to do one and this bundle would do the trick.

Cheryl said...

I have never used any of the Kona solids but I would be very interested in making a quilt with them for my son's room.

CitricSugar said...

I would start experimenting with fussy cutting and frame prints all comic-book style.

I almost used this as my jelly roll answer this week, too!

Kristy said...

Thanks for all the cool giveaways you have had this week! This one is really generous. I don't have any solids in these colors. It would give me a chance to broaden my color palatte and try something new. Thanks again-

Anonymous said...

I would make a french braid quilt, using these fabrics and a few others that I have in my stash that would likely compliment these very well.

Lisa said...

Wow! I would make a modern quilt...nothing too crazy where it would make me blind looking at it :) Maybe throw a little splash of color on the back and do a cool binding. Thanks!

debi said...

Great colors! I would pair these with some bright accent fabric to create a modern quilt.

Karen said...

Oooh...this is great! I have seen a few filmstrip quilt patterns/ideas and this would be perfect!

Shannon said...

I think my head just exploded when I read the news about the Silent Film business! A while ago I made some grayscale sample blocks for people to look at when I'm making custom quilts (so I can get a feel for whether they like square or wonky, etc. without the distraction of color or pattern). Anyway, I LOVE the sample blocks so much that I want to make a whole grayscale quilt...which is where the Silent Film bundles of goodness would come into play!

Anna said...

I would add a bold green or blue and make a quilt.

Fran said...

I love these colours & would love to make some cushion covers for my sofas. Great giveaway, thanks!

franharrington(at)hotmail(dot)com

Merran said...

I have so many ideas but can see that jelly roll being used in one of those 3D hexagon type quilts. Thanks lets hope I get to try it out!

Brakmack said...

Wow! What a giveaway!!! I would use these solids in my next quilt for my hubby! I am on my first mainly solids quilt for the Habitat Challenge with the LAMQG. And I'm really enjoying it. I have the design in mind for my husband's and these would be PERFECT! It's funny, I'm using most of the same colors in the Habitat challenge quilt: Ash, Med Grey, Coal, and Charcoal...too cool! Pick me! Pick me, oh glorious ramdom generator!!
Cristina

Laura Beech said...

I would make my rainbow quilt that I have been itching to make. I have a charm pack of rainbow prints that I got in a fabric swap-they just the right solids to make something awesome.

Ronalee said...

I would send them to my mother and she would use them in a quilt

email RonaleeDuncan{at}aol{dot}com

Laura said...

Oh wow i am speechless... Appropriate for silent film... I am seeing a zigzag quilt...

WandaFish said...

Another stunning giveaway, thank you!
I think I'd be looking to Jessica Levitt's Modern Mix for inspiration if I were the lucky winner :)

charlotte said...

I'm not sure how I would use them, but I am always thinking I need a shade or two of grey, then it turns out I don't have what I need.

Anonymous said...

My youngest son loves black and gray! These would make a perfect GUY quilt. No frills, just simple black, cream and gray...maybe a square in a square design. Would be awesome!

KittyAnn said...

I would use them to make a winter themed quilt, add one bright color, perhaps true aqua, the colors remind me of Scandinavia for some reason.

♥Duff said...

wow, that's a great set! In my mind's eye I see the jellyroll as four strips intersected by the fifth color.

Maureen said...

I would have to combine this line with some brights for a quilt.

Brooke said...

I would probably use them in a quilt :)

Vicky said...

I would just love to have those solids. So beautiful!

Donna said...

My mind is starting to see a super cool log cabin quilt, with a piano key border. I love grays.

Marg M said...

I think I'd try a solid half square triangle quilt.

Tiffany said...

Oh how I love Kona solids!! I'm not sure about how I would use it yet, my mind is already racing since blacks and grays are my favorite!! :)

sko_G knits said...

why, i would make a Silent Film quilt of course!

Ally said...

Oh my goodness this is the best giveaway ever! I would totally make a throw and some pillows for in my media room! It would so coordinate with that room!

HeatherBC said...

I am making a grey & yellow quilt and a few more grey solid would be perfect!

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Pinwheels!! 'Nuff said.

Sallie said...

A quilt for sure - maybe a zig zag quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Cheryl said...

I have a recent fascination with solids- some sort of modernistic quilt with lots of "empty" space....

Bridget B said...

I don't have many of the colors in Silent Film but surely could find a good place for them.

Patty said...

I have been collecting gray fabrics lately because I want to make a quilt with the grays shaded from light to dark diagonally. These pieces would be wonderful additions.

Linda at Roscoe's Ma said...

I do like this tonal jelly roll. I would use it in a quilt that would stay in MY own house! Love those colors!

Peggy said...

I would use these pre-cuts for our group, World of Charity Stitching, where we make lap quilts and totes for seniors citizens and children.
http://www.worldofcharitystitching.blogspot.com/
Thanks.
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

Summer Killebrew said...

I totally think they'd make awesome Dresden plates.

Pamela said...

Beautiful grouping! I think I might like to do something like stacked coins with a splash of color added but I'm really not sure. Definitely need to use a "modern" look!

Quynh said...

I just love all the colors of shades! Genius! I would love to use those fabrics to frame some of Heather Ross Far Far Away fabrics.

Christine said...

Pair it with something really bright!

Sally said...

I'm really not sure how I would use the precuts, if I won them...they are a bit out of my comfort zone, but I'm sure that I would find something cool to do with them :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm married to an architect and these are so his colors! I would incorporate the fabrics into a bargello quilt.

Kristin said...

I have been wanting to make my sister a quilt and her colors are black, grey and white...almost exclusively. This would be a great place to start in terms of colors - then I will just have to pick a nice, simple, geometric pattern to show them off.

Lori said...

A quilt for my friend for Christmas. She loves black and white.

Dawn said...

I would add a pop of red print, white/black prints. I just used charcoal with some of Kate Spain's Terrain print in a pillow, loved the contrast. Thanks for a great giveaway.

Just Jillbean said...

I would mix them up with something bright and cheery :)

jill(dot)coomey(at)gmail(dot)com

Mindy said...

I'd love to put these in a quilt with a bright accent color like lime green.

Cindy said...

These look great together!! I'm so glad you said Winner wouldn't be determined by answer-because I was worried-haha! The only thing that comes to mind is making pillows or maybe a little lap quilt. Thanks for the chance!!

Dresden Quilter said...

I think I would use these fabrics as part of a quilt for my son. Thanks for the giveaway.

ledamewood said...

Whoops, I posted this comment on the wrong day first(scrolled down to far), so hear I am back again. I think I would make Rachel Griffith's Almost Irish with this. I think that would look striking.

rvquilter said...

these would go great with my hand dyes

Tamie said...

I think a mix with tones of one other color- maybe citron yellow would be a cool challenge. Thanks for the giveaway.

CC said...

Awesome giveaway! I think there are enough pre-cuts to make a ton of different things. Some would be the tonal colors only and some could have a print or some colors in addition. So many possibilities.

Brandie said...

I would use them all together with just ine block of a bright blue for a quilt for my hubby.

Lucky Duck Dreams said...

I would love to work with these fabrics. Im thinking of something with a few selected prints from ds quilts or mybe my hope valley. Theres a pattern in my mind Ive been wanting to make.

Mary P said...

I have a few patterns on my list that require a jelly roll and layer cake--this would be perfect.

Cecilia said...

I think these would look good as a log cabin quilt with a little bit of red. Thanks for the great giveaways this week. :)

cllcraft said...

Wow - great possibilities for this fabulous fabric! Love this Silent Film fabric giveaway!

Vanesa said...

What a great set of basics! I don't have a specific pattern in mind but I always like to use neutrals for Sashing blocks, etc. I would mix these with prints

Kira said...

I would add an accent color and make a couch pillow and a matching throw. Or a tiered skirt for my girls.

Suzy Roberts4 said...

I want to make a duvet cover based off the colors in a throw pillow that i love. There are several shades of gray in the pillow - this would be great in the duvet!

paige13d said...

Love this idea! I would use these fabrics with a few black/grey + white pattern fabrics mixed in to make a masculine quilt for my brother, maybe even throw in some red.

Paige dot dullaghan at Verizon dot net

Jorie said...

I would make a couple pillow covers, with just those precuts, solids only!

Andrea said...

an ideal palette for a sophisticated design

Jen S said...

Great giveaway! So many uses for this collection...I'm always looking for solid neutrals for my quilting stash

Dee said...

I think these fabrics would be great paired with a crisp white and a one vibrant patterned fabric. I'm thinking red would be gorgeous. I think the colors would also lend themselves well to a more modern pattern although one doesn't come to mind right now.

Congratulations on completing your move!

Carol said...

I'd love to use these colors to make some patchwork bags -- and then have some left to add to quilts!

WoolenSails said...

Really like those shades and the theme. I can imagine a really nice modern art quilt for a guy, with a bright colored applique coming from a corner.

Debbie

Crafty Newbie said...

My cousin's birthday is coming up she loves blacks, whites, and greys. I'm thinking a drumstick roll case for her. Then maybe a small throw quilt or something to match :)

I love the name of this collection it's such a fun name! :)

mapke said...

I would add some orange to match the softball teams colors and it would be perfect blanket for those early spring games!

Anne said...

Oh man, I am in love with this pack so much! Put in one pop of color and this would be such a striking quilt!

Thank you for a lovely giveawy!

tawny_tawny said...

I would make a bedsize quilt in some sort of star pattern!

Sue said...

I would use Silent Film for a throw or bed runner for my daughter who is a TV/Film producer. Maybe add one color - turqiuoise or taupe - or maybe not!

Pattie said...

I would combine these with some bright fabrics or maybe just by themselves. Such awesome tones!!!
Thanks for the giveaway!!!

shawna boland said...

lovers knot quilt... I just got the pattern in the mail today. These would be perfect!
sboland22@yahoo.com

Helen Bazinet said...

Would look great in a black and white quilt.

ivyworis said...

a quilt or maybe pillow, thanks.

Karyn said...

What an awesome selection of solids! I'd make a quilt. Not sure until I have fabric in hand, but maybe just the colors here, maybe add a few black/white prints, or some bright pink & lime green....traditional reds....options are endless! I guess that's the beauty of neutrals! ANYTHING GOES!

Tia said...

I would love to add these to my collection of solids. I could incorporate them into a Japanese X quilt I am making. Thanks.

Tina said...

I would LOVE to win this bundle. I usually have to spend some quality time with the fabric before really deciding on a pattern, and even then what happens sometimes surprises even me! If I win, I'll send a picture of what it becomes!
Tina
tinahmg@hotmail.com

supersara20 said...

Ohh, those are pretty! Maybe a postage stamp quilt with the roll up, the others would go in the stash for whenever I need them!

Rose M. said...

Oh, these colors would make a beautiful quilt without any other colors added to the mix - just them by themselves.

Caroline said...

I love those colors! I use black & white alot. I made my grandson a little quilt with dark grey background. It is one of my favorites. Thanks for the giveaway!

shayshap said...

I think I would make placemats and coordinated napkins. thanks, kathy

imatopper said...

I'd put turquoise with these and do a modern quilt.

Unknown said...

I think I would add red to this set and make a lap quilt for my daughter in college.

Anonymous said...

A bunch of my sewing friends and I are getting together to make a professional tote, and this would be the perfect colors along with one pop of color for the fabrics I would like to use.

Patty said...

This looks like it would be a lot of fun to create something with! thanks for a chance to win!

I Quilt for Fun said...

How cool. I'd make a twister! And then I'd have to decide how to quilt it!

Jan

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure what pattern I would use but I would definitely use it to make my Daddy a quilt. He's retired now and likes to take naps in his recliner. I wouldn't add any colors to it.

Evelene S said...

I'd use them to make tonal placemats.

Spendlove said...

I would make a quilt, love kona solids thanks for the chance

Rachelle said...

Those colours would be a great foil to one of my brighter jelly rolls in a quilt

Mhairi said...

I think I would add one colour to it and make a lap quilt. I like the idea of adding a really rich red to these colours so the monochromatic stands out and looks like the old photos that they used to paint. I love that look and think that this bundle could make a quilt that has a similar effect.

bellashea said...

I love grays and I need to work with solids more. Sometimes. Just need to dig in. thanks

Magpye said...

What wouldn't I do - I think maybe a quilt with bright prints pared with these great dark neutrals. Thanks!

Bry said...

If I won I would do something extremely graphic with tons of ridged lines, sharp corners, and a Pattern within the chaos!

Deb said...

I would put them with hot pinks and lime greens in a quilt.

Amorette said...

wow, that is a great color line and a huge amount of precuts! pillows for a couch would be first on my list, and maybe some floor pillows too, or guests, and because i have a toddler- we're on the floor a lot! zigzags would look great, i think.

Sew Festive said...

I've been wanting to make a solids-only quilt, and I think these colors would make a dramatic statement with a cerise pink and a deep teal.

Patrick said...

Never made a black and white quilt before. Just might do that!
Thanks!

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Love these solids! I would use them with the Ghastlies fat quarters I just purchased to make a Halloween table topper. Thanks for the chance to win!
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

DONNA said...

I would randomly piece 2 inch squares of all the grays into the sizes I would need to cutout a new tote bag pattern I got in the mail this week. I would pre-quilt in a bright thread, maybe hot pink, bright orange or teal.

hafza said...

I would love to make a quilt by combining it with other bright colors fabric!! Thanks for the giveaway..

Anonymous said...

Ooooh, love this basic color combo and would love to play around with it and see what I come up with.

Bron @ Stop That Owl said...

I have a collection of black and white prints that I would combine these with in a quilt, with just a couple of pops of orange.

dream quilt create said...

I am working on the Farmer's Wife quilt and would love to sash the quilt in "silent film".

Ducks and Rabbits said...

I would definitely pair them with some of my bright patterned precuts to make a super-cool quilt.

Janet said...

I think these would fantastic mixed with really bright colours - which is what I love. A quilt of course.

Tracie M said...

I think I would use it in a quilt with photos.

Brenna said...

A lovely graphic quilt!

Manda said...

i think i would mix with some b&w fabrics and make a quilt with tiny pops of bright colours!

Anonymous said...

I really want to make a free-motion quilt with all the blocks having a different pattern of free motion on top. Thanks for the giveaway!

Saffron Craig said...

I would cut them into triangles and add some lime green. Then make it into a quilt for my mum's new lounge. Which would be fun me thinks. X

Digital Misfit said...

My bedroom is decorated in greys. I would make a ruffled throw for my bed with these beautiful fabrics, and a couple of pillows to match!
heidig@gmail.com

RobynK said...

I think that grey is the perfect neutral for sewing with all of the 'retro' colors available and have puchased an amount of Kona Coal to sew these quilts. Would love the other greys.

New Zealand

Catskill Quilter said...

I would use these in a quilt with only one additional color -- probably a bright aqua~!

Anonymous said...

The charms would make a great table runner--I have a MBS pattern that would be perfect. I'd pair the strips with a variety of pink prints for a zigzag quilt. And stash the layer cake for future use :)

Kirsten said...

Love these shades of grey - it is the perfect "neutral" for so many fabric combinations!!

Ellen said...

I would make a quilt with Silent Film by adding a bit of yellow and making it all pop. Nothing like a black and yellow quilt!

Mareenchen said...

Wow. What a generous prize and great assortment. I love the colours and the name for the bundles. Perfect. If I were lucky enough to get my hands on this I'd possibly make a huge quilt for our bed. :)

Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Julie! Those are exiting solids after so much colour every where! They would make a great quilt with the theme of old movies, but I got two more ideas. I 'see' a city with lots of big houses (perhaps their shadows, too) just using these colours. And the other idea: my home country Finland is almost white, grey, black in wither time. When I see it from the airplane there are not much other colours. So I could make also a wall hanging quilt with the Finnish winter.
That would be interesting and very different work!
Wishes from Greece!
xxx Teje

Rie said...

I'd cut them all up into little shapes & paper piece a quilt together just using the solid colours!

kt said...

I would pair it with some red for a quilt for my son who loves black. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tammy said...

Love this! I would use majic math to create a quilt that shows off the colors in different sizes of squares.

Sooz said...

I've been looking for just the right inspiration to finally use up my Kona scraps! Those neutrals would compliment all my color scraps nicely!
Thanks!

Lei said...

I will make a quilt for my husband!

Anne said...

I have a nephew who is an actor by trade and needs a new quilt... Silent Film fabric sounds like perfect inspiration for this one!

Deb said...

I would add some lime green or fuschia and make a wild, modern, funky quilt.

Deb S.

Anonymous said...

Mix it with something bright!

Whitney M said...

With the charm pack I'd make a table topper from the 3 Times the Charm book, with the jelly roll I'd make a lawn chair quilt and with the layer cake I'd make a quilt from fresh fabric treats!!

hueisei said...

I will make a pillow for my living room :)

M-R Charbonneau said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I know exactly how I'd use it -- in a filmstrip quilt. :)

Carrie P. said...

I love the name for that grouping of fabrics.
Since I am pretty new to using solids I am not sure what I would make.

Anonymous said...

What a great combination of cuts! I'd mix them with a great bright. Thanks for the chance to win.

pinsandneedles said...

I would make a modern quilt with the Silent Film precuts and add just a splash of color...maybe red or orange!

Thanks!

Joyce said...

simply awesome and would make a gorgeous quilt... sure would love to win this collection

sue said...

The other day I thought that the perfect name for the next puppy would be Kona. I love it!

Dana said...

I don't have a pattern in mind, but it would be a large lap quilt and I would want to add a deep red to the mix.

Margie said...

At first I started dreaming up a simple manly quilt of Silent Film and wonderfully rich plaid flannels. Then, this vision of a modern design came into my head that would probably require foundation piecing. I think I'd call it Sticks and Bricks (hope that's not an existing title out there, but it could always be changed - the vision is there).

AddieNCE said...

seeing these colors, I already have an idea what to sew with there pieces of fabric... hopefully I'll have the chance to win :)

Mommarock said...

I would throw in a bright like lime green, or hot pink.. and then make a quilt..maybe a bag.. LOL.. so awesome!

Beehave said...

Wow! These colors would work really nicely in a project I am planning for post-holiday sewing. I would like to piece a queen sized duvet for our down comforter. I just made one for my daughter's twin comforter and it turned out well. For that one I used the flower fairies prints-- if you haven't seen them they are really sweeet for little girls. I basically pieced a twin sized quilt top and sewed it to a store bought sheet to make the duvet.
If I get ambitious I may sew a slipcover for our couch and these colors would go well as coordinating pillows. thanks for the chance!

School of Crafts said...

Oh I love solids.... I have always wanted to do just a solids quilt and I think it would be fun to challenge myself to use only these to make a monochromatic quilt.

Pam said...

LOVE Silent Film ... can't think what I'd make right now but got to have it!

Margaret said...

Great giveaway...I have been thinking lately about making my step son a quilt...great starter for a man quilt :)

Rae Arnold said...

Awesome! This would be a lot of fun to play outside my comfort zone and maybe throw in one or two bright colors, but I don’t know what I would do!

Beeshebags said...

I'm just starting to get into quilting, so would love to make a 'guy' quilt with the Silent Film precuts. Hugs Naomi

. said...

I think they would work well with jewel toned colors in a log cabin style quilt. Would love to win, thanks.

Esch House Quilts said...

I would probably mix them with some other Kona solids. It would be fun to work out a design using the precut strips and squares.

Aleta said...

I have an idea for a quilt full of gray stars!

Alex said...

I would use these to make a simple bed quilt featuring the different freemotion quilting patterns in each block.

Diane E W said...

Even if I don't win I think I have to have these. I think I would make a Trip Arount the World with a splash of red or a Connecting Nine Patch or, I don't know the name but it's the quilt in my head.

deserae said...

I would make a quilt from all solids :)

Jo said...

What great colors! I have always liked to use blacks and grays in just about everything I make. At the moment I am making a Harley quillow for my DH's 1952 pickup to have over the seat when it is in car showes I think I would use these fabrics in that.

Laura said...

Love these colors! This would be perfect for a quilt I have been thinking of doing for my son!

Bailey said...

I love this collection - thanks for introducing me to it!

I'm not sure what I would make, a quilt for sure, maybe pair these colors with a bright red, or use just these colors and make some sort of "color" wheel type thing...hmm, so many choices!

Angela said...

Probably in a quilt - I'm loving all the modern/solid quilts I've seen lately.

Crystal said...

Wow, I love this set! I think I'd make a graduated chevron quilt.

Thanks!!!

Susanne said...

This giveaway is awesome! I have all of these colours but never thought about making them into "precuts" stripes etc. I could think of a quilt made with a Jelly Roll of solids (coloured) and a black/grey Jelly Roll.
Best wishes
Susanne

Kelly said...

I would make the Escapade quilt with them for a very classy looking quilt :)

Jen said...

I'd add a bright colored fabric, print or solid that would really pop against those colors to make a quilt.

Katemcmate said...

I would make a triangle quilt with it and add just a few neon triangles here and there!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

...so we added chickens said...

These are beautiful and so aptly named! I don't know exactly what I would make but the Handyman quilt in Quilt Retro is calling my name. Yes, the book version seems to be in these colors - I might change the exact placement of the colors just because :)

Ann said...

This range instantly made my head buzz with ideas of a gradient background with bright pattern on it. Bring 'em on! ;)

Kari Nitzel said...

I would combine these with bright colors. Dark colors always make the bright ones pop out more.

Peach Rainbow said...

I'd love to make a quilt for my bed :D

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Wonderful fabrics and colors! I would make a quilt for my brother with them. Thanks!

Isisjem said...

I think I'd make a solid only quilt for my other half and perhaps sneak in a zinger of a patterned fabric in somewhere to make it pop. But defo a modern solid quilt!

Jules said...

i think i'd get some b&w print fabrics and make a quilt.
thanks for the chance Julie.

Shelley said...

I would make a quilt for my husband. He loves black and grey together. I'd have to throw in some red for him too!

Lee said...

love the colors! I would make a halloween quilt! thanks!

Tuffimom said...

My mother is a movie buff and I'd love for her to have a quilt made from these fabrics to keep her company while watching her films! Would love to win, but regardless of whether I win, I'll still make her the quilt with these gorgeous fabrics!

Flaun said...

Love, love, love! Sure hope my random number is picked. Thanks for the opportunity

SingleGirlQuilts said...

I would love to make something fantastically modern with these precuts, though I'm not sure what!

Unknown said...

Can't you just see a log cabin or Lovers knot made from these.

Kathryn said...

I'd combine these black and greys with some skull or skeleton fabic to make something for my youngest daughter. She loves black. Kathie L in Allentown

Kiley said...

these would work perfectly in the deer isle granite inspired quilt I am planning!

Memories By Me said...

I would add a little bit of reds into it and make curtains and bedroom sets for my son!! I LOVE solids!!! thank you for the chance to win!

Heather said...

It would be fun to make something that fades from one color to the next or if I was creative enough a pixelated design.

Quilting Susie said...

Eleanore is the reason I quilt. My 1st quilt was for my husband. It was a log cabin that I made in the fall 10 years ago, he still loves it to this day. If it wasn't for Eleanor's easy directions and great enthusiasm I don't think I would have had the nerve to begin quilting. Many great thanks to Eleanor! Thank you for the opportunity to win such a beautiful bundle as well.

Val said...

Oooooh pretty I love gray, it's my favorite-ist color ever :)
If I won I'd use them as part of the quilt I'm going to make for my mom's soon to be husband.

Katherine said...

I have been wanting to try my hand at making a quilt using solids only and this bundle would be a great way to get me started.

Thanks for such a fun giveaway!

Sharon said...

Not sure what I would make. I am not a "solids" type girl but have been trying to add more so I would love to have them to add in. Such great giveaways this week!

Georgene said...

These bundles and some GREAT Brights would make an awesome bag or purse

Katie said...

That would be a great start to a new black and white quilt!

Melinda said...

I'd pick one focus color, maybe teal, and weave it through a quilt of these lovelies

RootsAndWingsCo said...

This is perfect! I want to make a wall hanging for my bathroom. The colors are grey and yellow!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Anjeanette

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