Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Cascade Fabric Collection + A Giveaway!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Today is my stop on the Cascade fabric collection blog tour and I'm so excited to share this collection with you! My friend Jessica Levitt, the fabric designer, is beyond creative. She can make Pinterest jealous with her crafty talents and parties. So when she asked me to be a part of her blog tour, I had to say 'Yes!'.



Cascade comes in two well-named colorways, Pond and Glacier.

Jenn Nevitt of knit 'n lit made this soothing Chopsticks quilt in Cascade. 





Chopsticks is always great for featuring full and charming prints.





Jenn also made a Seaside table runner featuring Cascade.

And she made a Rock Candy table topper in Cascade.
Jessica also has a great sewing and quilting book available, too:


Here are the other stops on the Cascade blog tour that you can check out this week:

Monday October 13th - Jessica Levitt - Juicy Bits / Windham Fabrics
Tuesday October 14th - Julie Herman - Jaybird Quilts / Jenn Nevitt -knit ’n lit
Wednesday October 15th - Amanda Kattner - What the Bobbin / Andy Knowlton - a bright corner
Thursday October 16th - Marci Debataz - Marci Girl Designs / Jennifer Auh Chon - Sunny in Cal
Friday October 17th - Angela Walters - Quilting is my Therapy / Rachel Gander - Imagine Gnats
Saturday October 18th - Elizabeth Timmons - and pins / Andrea Taddicken - knitty bitties
Sunday October 19th - Erin Erickson - Dog Under my Desk / Jessica Skultety - Quilty Habitt
Monday October 20th  - Caroline Press - Trillium Design / Karin Jordan - Leigh Laurel Studios

And you can see more of Cascade here, too.
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Ready for the giveaway?
Windham Fabrics offering a fat quarter bundle of Cascade to one lucky Jaybird Quilts reader!



The Rules


1. Leave ONE comment to enter. Make sure your contact info is in your profile or that you leave it in the comment.

2. In your comment tell us about a project you're inspired to make with Cascade fabric.

3. Comment entries must be left on this blog, www.jaybirdquilts.com, to be valid. Comments sent via E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social media will not be counted.

4. Simple as that!!

You have till 9PM PST on Tuesday, October 21st to enter. 

Winner will be selected by 
Good luck!
The giveaway is now closed. A winner will be announced soon. Thanks so much to everyone who entered!



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

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Barbara on the Eastern Shore said...

Rock Candy - my fave

Margaret said...

I really love that chopsticks quilt -- I want to make one exactly like it now!

Melissa P said...

Love this fabric and Disco and Seaside runner are my go to patterns.

Lain said...

I would love to make a wonky star quilt with this fabric. My e'mail lain.bags[at]gmail.com

megan boyd said...

I think this fabric would look so nice with the new stereo pattern!

Katrina said...

I love the Chopsticks quilt! That is one of your patterns I haven't made yet. But I also think that Night Sky would be really nice in these colours. Lovely fabrics and beautiful eye candy! Thanks for the chance!

Alicia said...

I would love to make this in OhFranssons Sparkle Punch quilt!

Anita said...

The Cascade fabric is gorgeous, love the delicate blues!
I would like to make a lap quilt to cuddle under during the dark winter nights that are to come. The design is to be decided, but Chopsticks looks nice!

Debbie said...

I have a group of blues and greens that I once made a "water" quilt with. These fabrics would go great with those fabrics for another similar quilt.

Debby said...

I would love to make a beautiful wall hanging with the Cascade fabrics.

Jan Peterson said...

A beautiful wonky log cabin for our log cabin in the Cascade Mountains in Oregon.

Juli-Anne said...

I would love to make a lap quilt with these gorgeous fabrics

Julie Kaye from KS said...

Those fabrics would make a great star in a star pattern. Very pretty! Thanks for the opportunity.

Andrea York said...

Night sky would be awesome with this fabric! Thanks for the chance to win some!

sewmissmouse said...

Chopsticks using Cascade is glorious! That's what I'd make.

Krissiesmom said...

The Chopstick quilt is beautiful in Cascade. I would make that one.

Amy Harward said...

I would love to make the Seaside table runner with Cascade. It's just beautiful!

Willa said...

BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT. I would likely make some big totes for the women in my family.

Ray Barta said...

These are absolutely beautiful. Would love to win? thank you

A Nest in the Making said...

I love the idea of a picnic quilt in these colors!

Anestinthemaking at gmail dot com

JDBrown said...

a chevron runner would be fun with these beautiful fabrics!

Maryjo said...

Cascade is gorgeous! I think Chopsticks would be my pattern of choice...great inspiration!!

Kim R said...

I am thinking I'd make some cute zippered pouches for teachers and friends! Thanks for the giveaway!

Sarah said...

I would love to make a quilt for my daughter from this fabric. These are her favorite colors. sarah@forrussia.org

Mystica said...

I think I'd like to do a really long table runner for the length of my table.

Ali said...

Ha, Chopsticks was on the short list of quilt patterns my boyfriend just asked me to make him a few days ago, love that version.

I love the raindroppy prints in cascade, I think they'd look good as a shirt (I'm trying to practice making more clothing with quilt fabrics!)

Abbigail said...

Wow! What gorgeous fabrics! I think I see a seaside quilt made with this!
hulseybg at gmail dot com

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Beautiful! I would love to make the Seaside runner.

Regina said...

I am working on Toes in the Sand in one assortment of fabric - but would love to make it again with this!

cjmont said...

i would make a quilt for my grand daughter.

Led By A Child said...

Beautiful! I would absolutely make a table topper for my mom. She loves these colors! '
Thank you for the opportunity!
lindsaygmitchell@hotmail.com

terrieannie said...

I've had the Tiny Dancer pattern for awhile now, and this stunning line would be perfect for that quilt!

Janet Monahan said...

I have been waiting for the perfect fabric for my own "Toes In The Sand". This is it! Beautiful :)

Cherise said...

Wow! Those fabrics are beautiful! And I'm really loving that Chopsticks quilt- I think I might have to give that a try! Thanks for the giveaway!

Quilting Tangent said...

The fabric inspired me, a scrappy quilt.
24Tangent@gmail.com

Sharee said...

I really like the how Chopsticks shows off the fabrics, so I'd probably go with that!

Cyndy Maltby said...

Any of them, i love them all

Lynda said...

a chopstick quilt is definitely in my future, but I am currently playing with making swoon blocks - and there are some fabrics in this line that would work really well with what I am doing with the pattern

Kathryn said...

Chopsticks is a great pattern for both this fabric line and many more.

Alexis Borsboom said...

What a gorgeous line! I'd love to make a throw quilt for the couch. Such inspiring projects!

t_ktl@yahoo.com

Deanna said...

Well, after seeing that beautiful Chopsticks quilt in that beautiful Cascade fabric...I want one!

Allison Sews said...

Great backdrop for quilt photos!

Linda said...

HI, I love the table topper you made>I'd like to make one like it! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Kay said...

I would like to make some cushions, our sofa needs some jazzing up.

Josie McRazie said...

This would go beautifully in my sons room!! The Geared for Guys book has one pattern (I think its urban decay?) That would look great with this!!

Jessica Bindt said...

Getting stuff together to make the Teacups quilt

Lisa Marie said...

I would love to make that table runner for myself and to make a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift.

Kim said...

I would love to make a quilt using the Lotus pattern that I have.

Rebecca said...

Would love to make some totes with this fabric line!

Sharon S said...

Something that represents mountains. This fabric is wonderful.

Tiffany said...

I agree, these prints need a pattern that can show off their boldness. I really like how they look in Chopsticks, actually. I bet they would look great in an all triangles patchwork as well.

Lisa said...

I love this fabric and would like to have it to pull from when I do blocks for the Nuture Circle of Do Good Stitches.

Fla_gen said...

I would use the glacier colors to make a quilt for my bed. Love the colors!!!

Michele @ Undiscovered Optimist said...

I think these fabrics would look amazing in the Indian Blanket from Stitched in Color. Such a great color palette.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I am inspired to make a quilt to use on the pontoon using Cascade!

Tamie said...

I have the Chopsticks pattern. Maybe this is the fabric that it is calling for.

sherry pasquariello said...

I am planning on buying the Hex n more ruler and Toes in the Sand pattern this week at PIQF - I would use the fabric to make that :-)

Sheltered Stitches said...

Stunning fabrics! and perfect for a table topper and matching wall hanging for my dining room! Thanks for the opportunity!

Vivian said...

Gorgeous fabrics. I love the colors. I would make a lap quilt to brighten up my living room.

memmens said...

Gorgeous, I think that a simple plus quilt would look brilliant in these fabrics, thanks
mary(at)emmens(dot)co(dot)uk

vkh6210 said...

I love the chopsticks quilt and would want to make one with the glacier colorway. Thank you for a great giveaway. vkh6210 at gmail dot com

Deb G. in VA said...

I love the Chopsticks quilt!

Becky (My Fabric Obsession) said...

These colors would be fantastic for helping me finish the Ocean Waves quilt I've been working on forever!

Cristin said...

This fabric would be perfect for the baby quilt I'm working on! Thanks!!

KaHolly said...

This fabric is beautiful!! I love how you quilted your first pictured quilt. This fabric would be perfect to make a quilt for my daughter. She'd love the colors and the non-traditional prints.

Mae Long said...

The Zen Bubble is a beautiful quilt. Lovely in its simplicity. A definite must try. Thank you for the giveaway.
fabricstasher24@gmail.com

Zen Zeu said...

I love the quilting and piecing! The colors are so beautiful!! I would love to make a quilt for my daughter who is off at college. She is in CA and the colors would be perfect!

Gayle Fahrion said...

I can relate. I lived the first half of my life in the Pacific Cascade area. Our area's yearly festival was called the Cascade Water Follies. I have a lot childhood memories. I would make a quilt for my sister. Thanks. g fahrion at comcast dot net.

Jodie said...

A quilt for my brother has been on my list -- this would be great for him.

bluvs2shop said...

I would definitely make the chop sticks quilt.

Crickets Corner said...

These would be beautiful in a lap quilt for next summer to take to the lake.

Charlene Boykin said...

The Cascade fabric collection is beautiful and Jessica did an awesome job. I love the quilt!
tomcharlene@gmail.com

Erin McSweeney said...

wow beautiful fabric, i would love to make a beautiful quilt for my mom, just not sure what pattern yet i would make from it.

erin2470@hotmail.com

Lennea Heymer said...

I'd like to make your pattern Ballerina with these fabrics. Beautiful fabric line :-)

Linda said...

I can see a new set of dinner napkins from this fabric series. Some of my current napkins are getting a bit weary - time for a new set!

Sandy D said...

Love this fabric line and I have fallen in love with the Chopstick pattern so that is what I would make.
sandradaggathotmail.com

joycita said...

How lovely -- great patterns, great colors. I would love to win Cascade. Not sure what pattern, but I would make a lap quilt and take with me on my next trip to Mt. Shasta.
jfinch at kingwoodcable dot net

Mr D. said...

I adore the pond Cascade fabrics and would love to make Chopsticks. That quilt would look great in our Florida home. Mellybean@zoominternet.net

Julie said...

Would love to make the Chopsticks quilt with this. Thanks

Nana Jo said...

I have made Chopsticks before but it sure looks good in this fabric. Disco would be another good choice.

Ann said...

Adore these new fabric packs. Beautiful. They will really make a quilt outstanding with the beautiful colors.

Barb said...

Beautiful fabric. Not sure what I would make but have had the ocean on my mind since our last trip there. This fabric would work well. Thanks for the give away!

kitty said...

That's a very beautiful fabric line!! I didn't use my Chopsticks pattern yet and I'd love to make it in the Cascade Glacier version! Rock Candy also looks great in this collection!

Pam said...

Would love to make the Chopsticks quilt. It is beautiful as is your fabric! Pam1045bg@gmail.com

Jeri Niksich said...

Hunters Star for sure!
Jeri Niksich
oldtisme@aol.com

Jane said...

Loved the Diamond Strands quilt made up in this fabric so I think I'd try that. Thanks!

Beth said...

I would love to make a quilt with that fabric - and the chopsticks quilt looks wonderful!

Marcie's Quilting Therapy said...

I'd make the Chopsticks quilt - love the colors of these two collections!

Nancy said...

Chopsticks and seaside are great! Thanks,
Nancy

SeeAmySew- Amy Caldwell said...

I have been dreaming of making the chopsticks quilt. Such lovely fabrics <3

Quiltineering said...

Ooo I love the seaside table runner. That quilt has been on my wish list for some time and I just love it in the Cascade fabric line. Gorgeous!

crafty prance said...

I love the way that Chopsticks quilt looks. I would love to make that!

Pat said...

I would use Casacade Glacial for the Chopsticks quilt. The use scraps for Rock Candy. November your patterns. moyerp@aol.com

Sarah@123quilt said...

I would definitely make a quilt for my sister. This fabric would look great in her house. I might even have to make a Chopsticks quilt too!

Rachel said...

I would make a chandelier quilt I saw. It would be so peaceful in this fabric!

Jennifer Rutherford said...

I would make a lovely quilt that shows off the beautiful patterns in the different fabric.

Adele said...

Your patterns look great in this fabric! Hard to chose which one to make.

Lisa said...

Maybe I would make the Chopsticks quilt and use a dark contrast instead of light, or maybe I'd make your Delight quilt.

Chris Matsche said...

I would love to make chopsticks quilt with these fabrics. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com.

Caroline Heinrichs said...

I would to see these colors and prints in a log cabin! Thanks for this great giveaway! carlithequilter@gmail.com

lauraluvsloons said...

What a beautiful fabric collection. I love teal and turquoise. I have a Fig Tree pattern, stamp wall quilt with a figure skate on it. I want to make it in teals and gray:)

Linda Fickling said...

I LIKE TO MAKE QUILTED BUN BASKET LINERS...FUN TO DO AND TO JUST TRY A PATTERN BLOCK I LIKE.

Buncobuddy said...

I love that table runner! I would sew up a couple for holiday gifts. Thanks.

Merry Perkins said...

I've been looking for a print to showcase in a stack and whack star quilt for my grandson. Glacier would suit it to a tee. And I'd have to make a seaside table runner for me!

Carla Maguire said...

I love Glacier and Pond. Science fair would be awesome but so would ballerina. Yum!
carla.maguire@gmail.com

Diane Beavers said...

oh my gosh I'd make it all, purses, totes, mini quilts, runners, table toppers and dresses for me:) I love Clay and Midnight in Glisten. The water theme just sounds so cool and I can't wait to feel it!
bluestarof2@yahoo.com

Kathy Davis said...

My favorite color combinations are blue and white. These colors would be perfect for a quilt for my bedroom.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Denise Degnan said...

Would be hard pressed to top Chopsticks but I might use Cascade for a twister quilt. Such exquisite fabric design and color. ddegnan@tampabay.rr.com

Sweckberg said...

I did the Rock Candy and now want to get the fabrics and pattern to do Chopsticks.

Lucille said...

I have always wanted to try Chopsticks. You make it look so good!

Kathy E. said...

I am crazy about the Seaside table runner. I would lengthen it enough to make it a bed runner for my king sized bed...so lovely!

Sherry VF said...

I have been wanting to make the Mums for Melissa quilt by Row House Designs and Cascade pond would be perfect for it. You need several fabrics in the same hue for the mums and a coordinating focus fabric for large 'panels' on the side of the mums. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

Sewgirl said...

I think it would make a great bag…such a beautiful collection. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

Rhonda Best said...

One project I'm inspired to make with Cascade fabric is a twin size quilt for my son.
mtmom57@gmail.com

86201580-c726-11e3-b07a-000bcdcb5194 said...

I would make a quilt using different sizes of Churn Dash blocks. Thanks for the chance to win. mfhagopian@aol.com

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

fabulous fabric!!!! I can see it in a Giant Dahlai quilt

Mary Ann said...

Gorgeous fabric. I think I would make some kind of bag.

Rochelle Marouski said...

I love the Cascade line in Glacier, I would love to make a quilt for my home in these fabrics. Living near the ocean in winter makes me want to work with these colors, perhaps using the Hex n more ruler! Just got that and anxious to get to using it soon!

Stephanie said...

I think one of the plus (+) guilt's would look great!

ronnie said...

I think I'd make a table runner too with Cascade!

Susan said...

I love both groups, but especially the Cascade. I think it would make up beautifully in the Star patterns based on knitting patterns from Soma at Whims and Fancies.

They would also look good in a Lone Star or Dahlia quilt.

betz2u said...

Love both color ways. I would make a zigzag quilt. This fabric will be perfect for it. Thanks for the opportunity to possibly win this bundle. Also want to Rey chopsticks. Really like it. Beautiful fabric. Got my fingers crossed. Tell Mr Random Number generator he is a handsome dude and to choose my number. Thanks.

bettyharden at charter dot net

Karen said...

I love that Chopsticks quilt! The Cascade fabric and this post inspire me to recreate that quilt. :-)

PK Sews said...

I'd love to make a set of pillows for my porch with this beautiful fabric. Thanks for introducing it!

Camy said...

I would love love love to make Delight with this collection!!!!

JoAnne in southern California said...

Your "Come What May" pattern is one I've been saving for just the right fabric for a blue quilt for my new daughter-in-law. The blues in the Cascade line are gorgeous!

Margie said...

I like the glacier color. I just bought your toes in the sand. Looks fun.

jinsnapp said...

I'd love to make a Chopsticks quilt, lovely line!

OhioLori said...

Loooove the chopsticks Quilt!!! Would go perfectly in our Son's Home......colors are his faves! & know he would loooove this Quilt too! (I just bought one of your Hex N More templates,,,& already had the Mini! Love em!)

Kimberly said...

I'd make a mini quilt or two.

Patty said...

This fabric would be perfect for a lap quilt for my living room. The colors are great.
paweis at yahoo dot com

Carolle Whittall said...

Lovely fabric! I think I would choose some for a new bag. Another Chopsticks would also be great. I've made one and it serves as a lovely headboard in our guest room.

Audrey said...

Beautiful fabric, beautiful projects. I think that I would like to make Toes in the Sand with the Cascade collection. Thanks for sharing and offering a giveaway.

Alexandra DeZenzo said...

Love the subtle colors of Cascade! Sparkle Punch or Wonky Crosses comes to mind to showcase the larger prints but also how all the colors work so beautifully together! Thanks for this awesome opportunity to win Cascade!

Deairdre said...

Rock Candy!

Z Any Mouse said...

I've been dying to make one of your Giggles quilts. These pretty Cascade fabrics would make a gorgeous Giggles!

Janie said...

The Chopstick quilt is simply stunning in the Cascade. I would make that one.

GranChris said...

This fabric is really beautiful. It does look like waves so I am seeing a Bargello or a curve quilt.

Pauline Perry said...

I really like your table runner and would make a table runner with the fabric if I win it. Love the patterns in the fabrics and the colours.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Cindy Dahlgren said...

Loving Rock Candy, but also have some paper piecing patterns that I want to make. cdahlgren at live dot com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

What beautiful fabrics! Cascade is just gorgeous! I would love to make a table runner with star blocks.

Thank you and Windham Fabrics for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Massiebal said...

Wow, I really love that chopsticks quilt!
If I were to win I would definately make that.
You know what? I am going to make it anyway, one way or the other!
Masgreev at hotmail dot com

Lee said...

I would love to make a Seaside table runner with this fabric! So lovely!!
butler83ataoldotcom

liniecat said...

Such fabulous colour mixes, that Glacier selection is stunning, but am placing both selections on my wish list!
Ive never made up anything with triangles, so think Id like to try them and I adore the fine quilting around the triangles shown above!

Brendon said...

Live the chopsticks quilt out of the cascades...very calming.

Jbjpjones@yahoo.com

Jeannie Gan said...

I would love to make Rock Candy. It would look gorgeous on my round table!
jchiagan at yahoo dot com

lalaluu said...

I really like the fabric design that looks like rain with raindrops. I think I would need to make a modern quilt design that uses large pieces of fabric: looking at the fabric, I think I would have a hard time cutting it into little pieces - it's too pretty!

Susan L. said...

I would love to make a Chopsticks quilt with the Cascade fabrics. I really like how yours looks.

Dianna said...

jaybird is my latest addiction. Now I'm going to be on the search for this fabric in Australia. May just have to do some on,ine shopping instead.

Holly U said...

I make a lot of quilts for Project Linus and think the pond colorway would make a wonderfully cheerful quilt for them! Thanks!

Lorri Foley said...

I love the cascade collection. I would love to make your chopstick quilt!

Heather said...

How pretty! Those colors would be perfect for a set of throw pillows in my living room (can't have too many of those!)

KatheG said...

Love the table runner - the work is so detailed and beautiful. Love this line. Thanks.

allison pogany said...

So pretty! I would make some pieced pillows for my new living room.
allisonpogany@gmail.com

SilverCat said...

I love the darker colours in this collection, I'd use them to make a bag!

Deeje said...

The Glacier is lovely!!!! Would make a super table runner. Thanks for the chance to win.

Linda said...

Ooohhhh, pretty colors!!! I've been wanting to make a pinwheel quilt, or a wonky star, I think this fabric would be perfect!!! Thanks for the opportunity.

pippirose said...

What gorgeous fabrics! I'd love to make a table runner.

Carol Sc said...

I think I would like to do some kind of a log cabin quilt, with different widths of logs to give a curved effect. I really like both of the groups of fabrics.

DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

These beautiful blenders would be dreamy in a busy pattern - they would tie it all together. Something with lots of movement...I'd have to sit with them a while to say for sure!

juliehallfeldhaus said...

I would make a quilt or a table runner:) thanks

Gill said...

I'd love to make a 'Chopsticks' quilt!!

Pattie Crum said...

These prints are so peaceful. Makes a lovely quilt.

Cindy Mizer said...

Lovely collection.

john hutchens said...

love the chopsticks quilt, I am putting this on my list of quilts I want to make and the fabric is wonderful
cooladam1 at live dot com

Michael Elinski said...

I love the cool, water colors in Cascade. This quilt is another winner!

Mary Graff said...

I would love to make a giant star quilt for a wallhanging.

GO STARS! said...

I think this fabric is perfect for the Seaside project but I would convert it to a quilt. I use quilts much more often than table runners.

Vicki H said...

I would love to make my sister pillows for her cabin at the lake.

Kathy said...

I would like to try making that table runner. I really like the look. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

SIMPLESEW said...

I collect fabric like this and dream of making me a Huge Quilt or bedspread, but right now I want to make my granddaughters the cricket dress I just saw on Hawthorn Threads.

Johanna said...

Oh goodness, I love the fabric! The Chopsticks quilt is beautiful, I just got the pattern yesterday in the mail and this is perfect! I love the Seaside runner too.

Martie said...

I'd make suare in a square style to show off all the beautiful fabric!

Veronika said...

I love that table runner! I am looking for some fabrics to make one and this line would be great for it!

Heather said...

Cascade is really lovely, I think I could make a really sophisticated baby quilt with this.

Lisa said...

Fabulous collection. I'd like to make either Night Sky or Day Break with it.......I just can't decide which!

Stacy said...

Beautiful fabric and quilts! I would also make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

Andee said...

I am thinking a rock candy tabletopper would look great!

SylGrant said...

I love the fabric, very inspiring and right off I can't help but think of making an art quilt with it. It would be so beautiful doing a nature scene involving a lot of water.

Toni Haigh said...

Your talent is inspiring! Thank you for showing us so many ideas!

Emily C said...

I would make a star quilt.

ma40422 said...

Wonder how Cascade fabric would like in Northern Lights? I think I'd like to try and see how it turns out.

KMSC said...

I would love to make a chopstick quilt with this fabric line.
k(dot)castanette(at)Hotmail(dot)com

Debbie said...

I love that fabric. It is beautiful in the chopsticks pattern. I am just finishing up Toes In the Sand. This would be next.

Kate said...

Would love to make the Chopsticks quilt in the pond colorway - Kate

sewsaucysuzy said...

OMG! Hate to repeat, but I love the Chopsticks quilt! After seeing it pictured I can't image the fabric in any other pattern---Susanne

suedemasellis at yahoo dot com

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

I'd make a quilt and matching throw pillows for my living roon. I have NO color in there!

Darlene said...

I have been wanting to make a hunter;s star with 2 fabrics. But how to choose just two, oh well all of them, Darlene

Carla G said...

I've been wanting to make my hubby a quilt with blues. These would be the perfect fabrics. I love how chopsticks looks with these fabrics and might do that quilt. :)

Beth said...

I think the Sunburst pattern from Dear Stella would look great in Cascade.

Arianna M. said...

I love the table runner!

Mara said...

I do love the blues in Cascade and have been thinking of making another Anchor quilt, this would be a perfect addition.

Ashley said...

The Glacier colors would make a great, wintery snowball quilt. Simple enough to show off the fabric and soothing color scheme.

Marti Taylor said...

I am really crushing on Toes in the Sand and I think it would be beautiful in Cascade.

JaneB said...

Love that Chopsticks quilt in these colors! Lovely fabric. I am finishing a Chopsticks quilt right now. Love the pattern.

Myra said...

An equilateral triangle quilt would showcase this fabric very well!

bee said...

i really like the Chopsticks pattern and have wanted to make a triangle quilt for awhile - this would be great in Cascade!

Deb said...

Would make a wonderful quilt for my son! Thanks for the opportunity!

Dieni Rachmawaty said...

I'd love to try on the chopstick quilt!

Cheryl said...

Such gorgeous colors and designs. My nephew is the Navy and my daughter is decorating our den in honor of his service, so pillows out of this would be perfect!

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