Friday, March 20, 2015

What Shade Are You? Blog Hop & Giveaway

A few weeks ago RJR Fabrics contacted me to see if I was interested with working on a project using their solids.  I checked out their colors and was pretty smitten so I said yes.
RJR Solids Quilt
And they exceeded my expectations.  I mixed them in with some of the prints from Rashida Coleman Hale's new Mochi collection.  Since Cotton + Steel is actually a division of RJR fabrics, the RJR solids coordinate perfectly with the collections.
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The RJR Cotton Supreme Solids have a great selection of pinks (I think good pinks are the hardest to find) and my favorite is actually the neutral-y brown Driftwood color that I used for the binding.  It might not be cool to love brown, but I do, and Driftwood (color 297) will be filling a void in my stash.  
RJR Solids Quilt
The quilt looks more complicated than it actually is: each of the diamonds is made up of 2 triangles (so there are no y-seams) and I cut the fabric with my favorite triangle ruler.     

I didn't want the quilting to be too dense since the fabrics are incredibly soft and have a wonderful drape, so I quilted a diamond crosshatch.  The finished quilt has a nice, snuggly feel.

RJR has generously offered a giveaway of some of their beautiful solids.  
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the giveaway is now closed

To enter the giveaway just leave me a comment letting me know what you would make with these.  The giveaway is open to anyone in the US or Canada and cannot be shipped to PO Boxes.  The giveaway will be open until Monday March 23rd at 5pm PST.   

You can check out previous projects from the What Shade Are You? Blog Hop on the RJR Facebook page. 

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245 comments :

  1. Wow! Another gorgeous, inspiring quilt. I would make a baby quilt with all solids, something I've been thinking of doing for a while.

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  2. Looks like there are a few great neutrals in this bundle! I would sneak them into any of the quilts I currently have bumping around in my brain. My stash is low on solids.
    Thanks!

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  3. Gorgeous fabric. I really want to make a half square triangle quilt and that bundle would be perfect.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  4. I have a wonky stripes tutorial i am wanting to try. Would be great fun to make out of solids. More and more i am loving solids in my quilts.
    Thanks for hosting this give away. Mrscummings2u at Gmail dot com

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  5. The bundle would help full some solid voids I have. There's also an equilateral triangle layout I came up with and haven't found the solids I want to use yet to try it out.

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  6. I'd probably make a summery quilt with these.

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  7. Love your quilt! Those fabrics are gorgeous! I have a couple of baby quilts on my list that these would be perfect for!

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  8. I think I would make a "card trick" quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. Beautiful fabrics. My stash is extremely low on solids. I need some new pillows, these would be perfect for them.

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  10. Love the quilt you made! And what a beautiful bundle of solids! I think I would make some variation of a log cabin quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  11. I love solids--they are like choosing candy to me! I'd love to make a scrappy quilt using solids with maybe some low volume prints to round it out.

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  12. I have wanted to make a churn dash quilt and mixing these solids with cotton & steel fabrics as you did in your beautiful quilt sounds like a winner.

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  13. They'd be a great addition to the cotton + steel city sampler I'm planning

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  14. I love your quilt. I would use these solids in many different projects. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  15. I love the fabrics, and I have never made a diamond quilt like yours. I liked to try something like that. Thanks for the chance at the fabric.

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  16. This bundle would look great in some baby quilts. My friends are having babies left and right, so I'm making them quilts as fast as I can. Thanks for the chance!

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  17. Quilt is gorgeous- any chance of a tutorial coming our way? If there are no y-seams, I might be able to handle it! I would use the bundle for some pillows for our new tv room.
    allisonpogany@gmail.com

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  18. I have very little solid colors in my stash. I love modern quilts and can visualize this bundle in a modern quilt.

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  19. what a beautiful quilt Erica. I love all the colors you used, so very pretty all together and this pattern is just perfect to show them off. Thanks for the giveaway too.

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  20. Very pretty quilt. I need solids for my stash. No special quilt in mind to use them.

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  21. Oooh! Your quilt is beautiful, the colours are gorgeous!! I'm thinking that I would also make a quilt and mix in some printed fabric too!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  22. Beautiful colors! I would make a triangle quilt with those lovely fabrics :)

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  23. That quilt 💗💗💗 and those fabric tones!! I think I would add it to my wedding quilt stash because I'm in need of some solids desperately!

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  24. That quilt 💗💗💗 and those fabric tones!! I think I would add it to my wedding quilt stash because I'm in need of some solids desperately!

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  25. The things I always forget to add to my stash are solids yet I always have ideas for them. I have recently come to love applique and need both solid back rounds and solid pieces for patterned back rounds. Oh my, what a great give away! thothwife@sbcglobal.net

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  26. My 21 year old daughter has been bugging me to make her a quilt (she wore out the one my grandmother made) and so I would use the fabric to re-create her great grandmother's quilt.

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  27. It really feels like a dusk and dawn bundle to me. It would make a great Lemoyne Star baby quilt with that kind of vibe.

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  28. It looks like it would be perfect for a baby quilt!!!

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  29. Would love to use them in my next quilt! Great selection of solids!

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  30. Of course I would make a quilt with these solids mixed with some of my stash which needs whittling down!

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  31. I'm thinking they would be perfect as flying geese mixed in with some coordinated prints from my stash!

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  32. Those colors are so beautiful. I'd love to incorporate them into a baby blanket.

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  33. I'm working on my first quilt so this would go towards the second! Love your blog too.

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  34. Gorgeous! The teals, blues, and grays would go wonderfully in a quilt I am making for my son. The rest I would put in my stash. Thank you so much for the chance.

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  35. Love the quilt and your quilting. I would make a quillow. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  36. I would make a star quilt. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  37. Love the fabrics. If I'm lucky enough to win, I'd make a quilt for a friend who loves blue. Thanks.

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  38. Your quilt is gorgeous! I love the combination of prints and solids. I would combine these lovely colors with some text prints to make a lap quilt. Thanks for inspiration and for the great giveaway!

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  39. A quilt like this one would be fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  40. I don't work with solids very often but would love to try an all solid quilt, maybe log cabin and stars mixed together

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  41. Actually, i have a fat quarter bundle (not made by RJR, sorry) that would go well with almost all those fabrics, I would use it with that instead of shopping for solids on my own!

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  42. I'd do a plus quilt. With a bunch of my C+S mixed in! ;-)

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  43. I'm thinking something paper pieced with lots of diamond shapes, like your quilt. :)

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  44. Those colors are so, so beautiful!

    I would make pillowcovers for my bedroom.

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  45. That is one awesome bundle of pretty fabric! I would love to make a HST quilt. Thanks!

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  46. Love the quilt, I think I'd use the fabric for half square triangles. I'm making them foe a quilt I have in my head. It will be completely hsqs, and I'll play with the layout. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  47. well dang! that is one of the prettiest quilts I have ever seen! The colors, the design, everything. I am in love!

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  49. Thanks for the opportunity to win these solids - actually a brother-in-law recently passed and I have been thinking of making throws for his kids out of his plaid shirts - these solids would work so well!

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  50. Lovely colors in this bundle! I think I'd make a HST quilt with these! Maybe pinwheels or some other cute design. Thanks for the chance to win these!

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  51. I'd mix them with some batiks in hst's for a lap quilt.

    t_ktl@yahoo.com

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  52. I would love to mix them in with prints for some quilts I'm planning. I don't have enough solids in my stash! thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. What a beautiful color palette! Hmmm...I'm not sure what I would make. I would definitely use them for some type of quilt.

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  54. Some would be ideal for a quilt I have been planning for my granddaughter. I'd mix them with some novelty prints for her.

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  55. I would make a lap quilt to use on my sofa with this bundler.

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  56. BEAUTIFUL QUILT ♡ I would make a handbag for a up coming swap that I'm in! Thanks for the giveaway ♡

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  57. I would love to make a light, summery quilt with this bundle!

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  58. I would make a small project using my new hexagon ruler.

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  59. I love your quilt - it looks so soft and airy! I would follow your lead and mix in some low volume prints with these beauties for a lap quilt.

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  60. A plus quilt would be fun to make with solids:)

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  61. I'm thinking something pretty for my Granddaughter's bed.

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  62. The quilt on our guest bed really needs to be replaced. That's what I'd be making with this gorgeous fabric.

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  63. I've been wanting to make a triangle quilt. This mix of solids would be perfect.

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  64. I would make something fresh and modern for my grandsons!

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  65. I need to make a quilt for my daughter & I think these would be perfect for that project.

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  66. beautiful choices! i'm been wanting to make a lap quilt for my uncle and those would be perfect! jennidbrown(at)gmail(dot)com

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  67. Pretty Quilt. I would use them in a quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  68. Wow! That bundle is so cute! I have been wanting to make a equilateral triangle quilt out of solids for a while, so I think these fabrics would be perfect for it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  69. Those pretty and calming fabrics would make a great triangle baby quilt!

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  70. I want to make a sweet improv log cabin with solids, so these would be perfect!

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  71. This selection I am not sure. But we have a new baby due in our community and I am thinking that paired with a cute, not too busy print would be awesome. I like the purplish color.
    Diane in Wyoming

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  72. interesting palet - I have been wanting to do a pineapple block and these just might do the trick

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  73. I'm not sure, but I have been wanting to do something with solids!

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  74. I am IN LOVE with that solid bundle. So pretty! I'd make a modern geometric quilt.

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  75. What a lovely quilt! It shows off both the solids and the prints nicely.

    Despite it being the first day of Spring, it's snowing outside that that palette reads wintery to me, so I'm envisioning some nice pieced circles

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  76. I love your quilt! I love how you mixed prints and solids! If I won that bundle I might have have to do that too! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratyahoodotca

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  77. I could use these solids in any number of quilts on my bucket list. Thanks for the opportunity to win and I love the quilt you came up with.
    marilynrobin at gmail.com

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  78. Those are gorgeous colors!! I can't stop looking at them! I definitely want to make a snuggle quilt with them as the colors are so soothing. Congratulations on your soon to be new addition to your family.

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  79. Well, a quilt for sure. Solids are favs and can always use more.

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  80. A quilt, I'm really loving solids these days!

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  81. Ooh, I love that color combo! I'd start with a mini quilt to hang in my sewing room.
    drlbennett at gmail dot com

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  82. These are the colors in our living and dining rooms -- they would look great in a throw quilt for the couch!

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  83. I would like to make a spring table topper.

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  84. I need to make two baby quilts for twin sisters due three weeks apart....these yummy solids would be perfect....thanks for the chance!!

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  85. Love that quilt! I would make a quilt using some prints to go with it like you did OR I might go out of my comfort zone and do an all solid quilt. I have several patterns that would lend themselves to all solids. Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

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  86. I love these soft, beautiful colors. I would make a wall hanging -- possibly trying some new art-quilt style techniques!

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  87. I love your quilt! What a good idea to use triangles to look like diamonds! I would make a quilt using the Twilight pattern by Fresh Lemon quilts- I've been eyeing similar solid colors for awhile now!

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  88. These would mix beautifully in a baby quilt I'm making! Would love to win!

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  89. I have some prints that would look great with these! I would make a baby quilt.

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  90. What a great quilt! Love how it sparkles.:) I have been slowly trying to figure out how to use solids as I've always been a print person. They would definitely be used in a new quilt, pattern yet to be determined!

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  91. I would use to make a simple solids quilt (maybe a pow wow patter?) or add some pretty florals and make a fun spring/summer quilt for the couch! Thanks for a chance to win & you triangle quilt is awesome!

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  92. I'd make a Rapid Fire Hunter's Star quilt. I've wanted to make one for several years.

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  93. Your quilt is lovely! I would use the solids to make a Burgoyne Surrounded quilt~ I have had that one in my head for a long time. Thanks for the chance!

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  94. I would make some pillows for our living room sofa-such beautiful colors!

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  95. I would use these to make a quit with my leftover C&S scraps. RJR solids are the best!

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  96. I would use them in a quilt, I love the colors

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  97. What a fab giveaway. I am making tote bags for my forthcoming vacation and need some solid colours as accent panels so this would be perfect x

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  98. A few years ago my mom gave me a quilt top that was hers from her teenage years but that was in very sad shape. I painstakingly took apart the top sorted the resulting squares based on their prints.

    My plan is to turn her one twin size quilt top into two baby quilts (using the granny square block) for my brother and I to pass along to our (future) children.

    The muted tones in the solids would be a perfect match to the faded colors in the fabric harvested from my mother's old quilt top.

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  99. What a gorgeous quilt! And a generous giveaway. If the colors are true to my screen, then it seems they might pair nicely with my pile of Wee Wander. I'd make a quilt... or two or three!

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  100. I would live to use these in a smitten block of the month that I'm doing. It would be a great contrast to the intricate pieces! Thanks for the giveaway

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  101. These would be beautiful in a Lone Star quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  102. I think the colors are perfect for a sweet baby quilt! Thanks foe a chance to win!

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  103. Fabulous quilt.I'd make a star quilt with these beauties.Thanks!

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  104. Blue is my most favorite followed by ---. Thanks.

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  105. I like your quilt. I would make a lap quilt for watching TV/

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  106. I love solids for quilts! I'd love to try a quilt like yours!

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  107. I love this bundle! I like the quietness of the colors and then the pop of the darker pink. I have very few solids, not sure why. So this would be a great addition. I may make a simple patchwork quilt with color movement corner to corner, light to dark. Maybe adding in some of my text fabric which would stay with the low volume look. Thanks for the chance to win! shopgirl7232(at)yahoo.com

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  108. well i am always working on multiple quilts and solids always mixes in well with all quilts. love a variety.

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  109. Love this soft palette! I would make a pretty pinwheel quilt.

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  110. I think I'd make a plus quilt with this bundle. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  111. I absolutely need a new throw for my sunroom settee. These colors would be a beautiful addition to this room. I adore these fabrics.

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  112. i would make a gorgeous modern spring quilt.

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  113. This just really needs to be made into a baby quilt, so soft!

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  114. LOVE this color combo!! A quilt of course!

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  115. I use solids alot so would be happy to add these to my stash for another quilt.

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  116. I think this would work nicely into a solids quilt I am starting soon.

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  117. Hi there,
    I would make Cluck Cluck Sew's pattern Pow-Wow as a gender-neutral baby/toddler quilt!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs,
    Jacqueline(in Canada)
    http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

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  118. I want to make a clam shell quilt and I'd like to copy the way you used mostly solids with limited prints. Very effective!

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  119. I think I would make a modern style quilt for my bedroom , I love these calm colours . Thanks for the chance .

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  120. Beautiful quilt. I would use the fabric in a quilt too. Thanks for the great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  121. I would make a quilt for my mom's new house as a housewarming gift...lovely

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  122. i WOULD MIX THESE BEAUTIFUL SOLIDS IN WITH SOME OF MY STASH AND MAKE A QUILT!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  123. I would love to make a solids quilt for my daughter!

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  124. I would use the solids with my stash to make a throw.

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  125. A new table topper for my dinning room would be great.

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  126. I'm working on a Technicolor Galaxy Quilt. Some of these could fill in very nicely.

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  127. I would probably take the colors that I want to use with me to the fabric store to get more colors that will go nicely with it and then make a quilt for myself.....

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  128. HI,what a gorgeous Bundle! I think I'd probably fondle these a while and then use them with prints in my quilts>which are mostly Charity Quilts! Thank You !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  129. The colors are perfect for my sunroom. I'd make a lap quilt.

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  130. Oh I love these! I need some solids to coordinate with a pillow I'm working on. Thanks for the awesome idea of diamonds from the triangle ruler!

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  131. Are you going to write a pattern for this quilt? I love it!
    Those solids are very rich looking. I have no idea what I would make with them, but I have some Cotton & Steel fat quarters that would make them feel right at home.

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  132. I am in love with that quilt! I would make your quilt with those lovely colors!

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  133. What a beautiful bundle. I'd be making a baby quilt maybe featuring bunnies and foxes and raccoons. Yum!

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  134. oooh, pretty! nice assortment of colors. they would sit and mingle with my stash for a bit. then they'd make it into a lap quilt. i like your hollow diamonds quilt!

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  135. Lovely color combination! I don't know if I'm being rational, but I'm wanting to make a quilted loveseat cover, and this color scheme would make me pretty happy to put my butt down on every night!

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  136. I would add some prints and make a new table runner for my dining room. These colors are a perfect match for my room! :)

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  137. Your quilt is so stinking cute! I love it. And the colors as striking. Good job!

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  138. I'd like to make an all solid quilt, something on my "to do" list. Very pretty colors, thanks for the giveaway.

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  139. I'd like to make an all solid quilt, something on my "to do" list. Very pretty colors, thanks for the giveaway.

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  140. String quilt!

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  141. What a beautiful quilt! And that stack of solids is so pretty. I'd love to win it and make a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  142. I would make a tote or a bag love the quilt very cool ideas.....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  143. I would make a baby quilt. The recipient is due in May!

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  144. I would combine these with some prints and make HSTs. I've been wanting to make a bunch of them and then play with arranging them into a cool pattern. I like what others have done and the cool patterns that can emerge. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  145. I would make a quilt from just solids, something I have been wanting to do antway. Thanks!

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  146. What a beautiful quilt, I would make a baby quilt using those solids.

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  147. I would love to use these solids for a table topper. I have a couple of ideas in mind and want to try using just solids.

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  148. I'd use these to make a beautiful quilt top for World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  149. I would love to make a tumbler quilt out of these lovely fabrics!

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  150. Pretty quilt! I would add them to some prints from my stash to make a hexagon quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  151. I love how your quilt turned out! I would do the same as you and add it to a quilt!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  152. These colors would mix beautifully with fabrics from my stash for a modern quilt.

    g.dunn@shaw.ca

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  153. I think I might do a triangle quilt and then toss in a few diamonds like yours :) Beautiful!

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  154. We are in process of redoing our living room and I will be needing new pillows.

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  155. I really like the quilt you made, Erica! If I were to win this luscious bundle of Cotton Supreme Fabrics, I think they'd make their way into a baby quilt for my friend's first grand-baby!

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  156. Those are such beautiful colors! I would use them in a blue/purple/green star sampler quilt I'm making for my daughter. sarah@forrussia.org

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  157. I would use these in a quilt for one of my nephews.

    Sandy A

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  158. I really like the Driftwood color you used for the binding! It's a neutral color and keeps the attention drawn on the quilting just where it should be! I could use the fabric bundle for several projects. one of them would be to use them on a pinwheel quilt that I'd pair with some of my stashed fabrics.

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  159. I would use these in the scrappy trip around the world quilt that I'm making right now. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  160. Wow, love the colors. I think this is screaming to be a new pillow. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  161. Would add to pieces from my Stash..and make a Quilt for my Daughter! (shhhh...lol) These solids are soooo "Her colors"!) Thank you for chance to win them! :)

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  162. The colors would work into my stash beautifully. I like to use solids to complement my prints and blenders.

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  163. I would make a quilt I seriously need some solids because everything I have our prints

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  164. I love the color array in this bundle. I'd make a quilt, for sure.

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  165. Wow, love your quilt. I like the quilting you chose too, not too dense. I would love to make a framework quilt with these solids. Thanks for sharing!

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  166. Well I just adore that pattern you made with the fabrics so I might just do that, but I think these might also fair well with a pattern I have stashed away in my drawer!

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  167. What wonderful colors! I don't have many solids in my stash, but a million quilts in my head!

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  168. I think I'd make some pillows with these! Thanks & God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  169. Such a beautiful quilt and a lovely bundle. I love the softness of the colors so quite possibly a triangle baby quilt.

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  170. I love that bundle. I'd make a half square triangle quilt. Beautiful.

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  171. I've never made a quilt with only solids so I think I would use this bundle to make a baby or lap quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  172. I'm not sure what I would use the gorgeous fabrics for but I have several ideas. Love your quilt!

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  173. So beautiful! I'd love to work more with some all-solid blocks.

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  174. I love your quilt. I'm sure I would make a quilt I just don't know what quilt. The fabric is beautiful.

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  175. I would like to make mind the gap

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  176. I am into curved piecing right now so I would probably use that lovely bundle for making a quilt with circles.
    nridder@hurontel.on.ca

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  177. I would make a contrasting star quilt.

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  178. Working on 3 quilts for my daughter's soon-to-be-born triplets...these would go lovely in those.

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  179. I would like to do something with chevrons - maybe a wall hanging. I'm getting to really like the look of solids.

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  180. thinking a log cabin quilt, or flying geese. I need to make a quilt for my son when he travels next year.

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  181. I've just started collecting solids to finally try an all solids quilt - I'm still trying to decide the layout. And these colors are so lovely.

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  182. I would love to make a quilt like yours! I need to start using my triangle ruler :)

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  183. I would add them to my stash as I haven't bought any solids in ages. Thanks for sharing your quilt with us. Very inspirational.
    renragjd@gmail.com

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  184. I've been wanting to make an HST quilt with solids. I haven't worked with many solids besides white, so this would be exciting.

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  185. Beautiful! these would be great for a baby quilt!

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  186. Awesome colors, I would add to my stars quilt I've started in solids !

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  187. I've been wanting to make a floral applique quilt and these solids would be a great start for my fabric choices.

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  188. My current stash is low on solids and these would be perfect for the baby quilt I am planning.

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  189. I have very few solids in my stash and would love to add to them. I really like your quilt and would try to make something similar.

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  190. I love the Fresh colors. I think they would look great in a pinwheel quilt
    tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  191. I'd have these shipped to my friend (though I think she'd probably make a quilt for her family!). Your quilt is beautiful; the design as well as the fabrics are wonderful!

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  192. My daughter needs a twin bed sized quilt. These colors are perfect

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