Monday, December 26, 2011

Quokka Quilts/FQS Contest!

Quokka Quilts is holding a great contest. Follow the link to all the details. They are encouraging bloggers and others to pick 12 prints and 3 solids from Fat Quarter Shop to create your own version of a "Blogger's Bundle." Hereis the mosaic of the fabrics I chose. Initially I tried to just look for fabrics to which I was drawn. Then, as the color scheme started coming together, I started to get a bit more specific. It's funny; the three solids I chose come from three completely different lines but play well together!


Now, you knew I was going to choose some green!

From left to right starting at the top:
Row 1
1. Bella Solids 30's Yellow Yardage   SKU# 9900-23
2. Riley Blake Designs Sweet Carrot Solid Yardage    SKU# C100-75
3, Michael Miller Meadow Cotton Couture Solid Yardage   SKU# SC5333-MEAD-D

4. Hall of Fame Yellow Game Turf Yardage   SKU# DC5367-YELL-D
5. Hall of Fame Mustard Game Turf Yardage  SKU# DC5367-MUST-D

6. Ooh La La Citrus Fleurs Du Soleil Yardage  SKU# DC5200-CITR-D
7. Ooh La La Yellow Cercle De Fleurs Yardage   SKU# DC5203-YELL-D
8. Sunny Happy Skies Green Tonal Florals Yardage   SKU# C2732-GREEN
9. Alphabet Soup Green Circle Up Yardage  SKU# C2586-GREEN
10. Decadence Orange Skinny Stripe Yardage   SKU# C2635-ORANGE

Row 3
11. Whimsy Yellow Leaves Yardage   SKU# 5606-44
12. Royal Peacocks Olive Metallic Vines Yardage    SKU# 9216-96G
13. Royal Peacocks Fawn Crackled Words Yardage  SKU# 9215-164G
14. Flower Power Batiks Firecracker Yellow Tiny Daisies Yardage   SKU# HO1-3000
15. Decadence Green Petal Dots Yardage   SKU# C2636-GREEN

6 comments:

Laura said...

Oh, they do look like they play well together!! Glad you had fun with this. Thanks for entering!

littlepinkcupcakes said...

Wow! Yo definitely have an eye for this! I love the fabrics you picked.

Pepe said...

Wow! I heart that green! :)

Ella said...

It's fabulous and citrusy!

MadCraftyMama said...

Oh I do like the fabric you have chosen, lovely colours. :)

Sunni @ Love Affair with my Brother said...

I would love these in a quilt. It's so citrusy and fresh.