We Have A Winner!The winner is Amanda who said "I want to make a skirt of the pink main floral! I super love this collection, I'd prob make a quilt from fat quarters. I love the colors and the tonal elephants." Congratulations Amanda!
Happy July! It's been waaaaayyyyy too long since we've had a Giveaway, don't you think?! And we have so much to celebrate right now - new puppies, new houses, surviving the move to California, being halfway through the year and Sew Fab's 4th birthday! Well.....the birthday was actually on June 1st but since I was a wee bit busy preparing to move across the country on short notice at that time I actually forgot about Sew Fab's B-Day! Oops! So, this year we'll just pretend that the birthday is on July 1st! Better late than never, right?!
To celebrate, we're going to give away a 12 piece Madhuri Fat Quarter Bundle by The Quilted Fish for Riley Blake. I just love all of the bright, juicy, summery colors in this collection!
And the selvage.....oh my.....the selvage on these prints is just amazing! There is a rainbow of elephants on the selvage. Selvage collectors rejoice! It's total cuteness overload!
As always, just leave a comment to be entered to win. I'd love to hear what you want to make with the Madhuri collection. A quilt? Do you have a specific pattern in mind? Or maybe a sundress? Or maybe a tote bag? Or do you just need to get your hands on some and see it in real life to find your inspiration?
I'm thinking this fabric would look great in the Camping In Style quilt pattern that I just ordered for the shop (I'll let you know when it arrives). I think the larger floral and elephant prints would look great in the center parts of the blocks and the smaller prints and some solids would look great as the thinner "frame" portion of the blocks. What do you think?
We'll pick a winner on Monday, July 8 so please leave your comment on or before Sunday, July 7. Good luck!
P.S. As you probably already know, the selvage "dots" only shows the colors in THAT print. So the prints with fewer colors won't have as many elephants on the selvage.