Joel dewberry fabrics for Free Spirit fabrics, Giveaway

Giveaway! fabric and quilt pattern

Joel dewberry fabrics for Free Spirit fabrics, Giveaway with pattern by Color Girl Quilts

Things are crazy busy in my world right now, so let’s do something just for fun: a giveaway!

I have six fat eights (9″ x 21″) of prints by Joel Dewberry plus a copy of my Dutch Windmill pattern. 

Joel dewberry fabrics for Free Spirit fabrics, Giveaway

These are prints from the collection that I used a great deal in my Eclipse quilt. I love the retro-style florals and geometrics in my favorite complimentary combo: blue and orange.

Dutch Windmill is a quick-make quilt, with instructions for three sizes. It is a great design for showing off your favorite prints. In addition to the quilt on the pattern cover, I made a variation using even more prints (see it Here).

If you would like to win this little prize, leave a comment on this post. Tell me your favorite quilting book, magazine or pattern at the moment. I will choose a winner next Sunday.


**This giveaway is now closed. The winner is Tara! Thank you all for your comments.

113 thoughts on “Giveaway! fabric and quilt pattern

  1. marta says:

    right now I like the modern quilting trend,thank you …marta

  2. Katy M says:

    What a lovely pattern 🙂 And those fabrics are great too! I really like Quilt Now magazine atm x

  3. Gill says:

    I like Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine

  4. Diana W says:

    I currently am in love with Jen Kingwell’s new book Quilt Lovely. I have got to make the cute pillow Named Wheel of Fortune, but I need some Essex Linen , I don’t have enough. I will be making a trip to the LQS on Saturday to replinish my supply. Thanks for the chance to win.

  5. Michelle says:

    Love modern quilting!

  6. Gloria Yates says:

    Thank you for the giveaway! I do like that pattern! At this moment, my favorite magazine is AP&Q.

  7. Cy Swendsen says:

    My favorite quilting mag is sad to say No More! I loved the Quilter’s Home that featured Mark Lipinski. It had great patterns, fun articles and adult beverage recipes!.. I so miss it, but I can go to my saved copies when I need a laugh.

  8. Dawn Jones says:

    I don’t read many quilting magazines, I’m a blog sort of gal. But I want to try a Pinwheel Quilt real soon. Have a great day.

  9. Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts says:

    I really like your quilt! I love star blocks/patterns and hope to make a Hunter’s Star quilt one day. Thanks for the fun!!

  10. Kellie Warren says:

    I bought the simply color books and am working through those right now but mainly, i am focused on my actual quilting skills more than anything. I have only been a wuilter for a vouple of years, piecing and completing a quilt top is no problem, but I am trying to learn more and perct my quilting. I also like modern quilts the most but will make anything once 🙂

  11. Mary D says:

    Wow I really like the colorfulness of your quilt and the simpleness of the pattern with much impact. Give me color any day. Right now my favorite quilt book is Cultural Fusion Quilts. I am not really a quilt book person either but I do like this book. It speaks to my creativity.

  12. Lori Pratley says:

    Love your posts! My most favourite recent quilt has to be my Bikini Quilt! Love the movement it creates, and the method to construct it! Very different, and very doable!
    Keep ’em comin’

  13. Pam says:

    i love your Dutch Windmill pattern! And thanks for the giveaway of this beautiful fabric. Right now my favorite magazine is Quilting Arts.

  14. Marti says:

    Thanks for the give away. Right now I am enjoying Quilters Art magazine.

  15. Claire Ross says:

    I like American quilting and Patchwork magazine. Love this design and these fabrics are beautiful. X

  16. Karen says:

    Favorite all time magazine is APQ. My favorite pattern at the moment is Jen Kingwell’s Midnight at the Oasis. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Diana says:

    I just saw a great basket pattern by Noodlehead~going to my first quilt retreat this weekend…may need to get it!

  18. Sarah J. says:

    Right now I’m loving a good old fashioned pinwheel block and Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters is what I most want to get my hands on! Apparently I’m at both ends of the spectrum for traditional and modern 🙂

  19. Lee Taylor says:

    My favorite quilt zine is Quilty. It’s not in production anymore, but it’s still my favorite. Too many books to choose a favorite!

  20. KathyCummings says:

    I love your Dutch Windmill! Thank you.

  21. Rebecca H says:

    I love all modern quilts so Quilting Arts magazine is a favorite. I’ve never seen the dutch windmill, I love the look of it. Would be fun to try. thank you

  22. Philippa says:

    Right now I seem to be on a curve thing. I have a single girl top finished, and almost done a steampunk, and have now just started on a double wedding ring! (a la Victoria Findlay Wolfe)

  23. Valerie says:

    The book I like right now is Modern Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman.

  24. Jen Beatty says:

    Favorite magazine is Generation Q, I have learned so much from their articles and insights.

  25. Diane B says:

    Thoroughly enjoying Anna of patterns, particularily the Divided Basket pattern. I’ve made 6 baskets now and have given all ask gifts, filled w/anything from towels, to soap, candles, baby burp cloths, cosmetics. My favorite magazine is Love Patchwork and Quilting and I’m working out of the March 2015 issue learning to paper piece Cactus. So fun!

  26. Lori Morton says:

    Loooove your Quilts! Would love to win pattern & fabric! Thanks for the chance!! 🙂

    My favorite pattern, is the Churn Dash right mow. Love scrappy! lol Don’t get the magazines any more.. Love the Blogs! 🙂

  27. stanleybeagle says:

    I love Amanda Murphy designs, currently making Topiary Tiles!

  28. Gail K says:

    My favorite book currently is Machine Quilting With Style by Christa Watson. I follow Christa’s blog & have looked forward with great excitement for this book to be released.

  29. Sarah says:

    My favorite quilting pattern is a Spinning Star pattern I’m getting ready to use.

  30. Kathy E. says:

    I am a lover of modern quilts and I’m currently working on the blocks in Tula Pink’s 100 Modern Quilt Blocks book. Today, I finished #72, so I am almost 3/4 done! Each block is different and it’s so enjoyable to follow along with her easy photo instructions.

  31. Debby says:

    I guess I should get my hands on some quilting books. I don’t have any yet. 🙁
    My grandmother sends me Love of Quilting magazine in the mail. That is always fun to receive!

  32. Carla S says:

    My favorite book wight now is farm girl vintage quilts. I love some of the blocks in there.

  33. Charlene says:

    I recently bought Quilty Fun, loving it so much!

  34. Lori Smanski says:

    My favorite magazine is Quiltmaker. My favorite book is the Bible

  35. Doris McCarty says:

    My favorite at the moment is All Points Patchwork. Got to love EPP!

  36. Susan E says:

    My favorite book at the moment is Paper Pieced Modern by Amy Garro.

  37. Clara Chandler says:

    So much inspiration is available to quilters and it is difficult to choose one book or magazine. However, the last book I received is Precut Primer by Me and My Sister designers. The quilts are in the modern style. A quilt is needed for my grandson and I believe I’ve found the pattern in this book. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.

  38. Lesley says:

    My current favourite magazine is Quilt Now. Thank you for the chance to win a lovely quilting bundle

  39. Tara Sinclair says:

    I am absolutely in love right now with Jaybird Quilts Park Bench BOM book. With Julie Herman posting her latest set of blocks using Tula Pink fabrics, I am so inspired to start working on all the Octagons in her book. I can’t wait to break out my fat quarters and turn them all into a beautiful “sampler” quilt.

  40. Lee says:

    I love Generation Q!

  41. Kris says:

    I love your fabric choices, colors, and designs! So very pretty! Right now I am fascinated with the Quiltmania magazine.

  42. Kristine says:

    I just started a diamond sunrise pattern that I’m in love with.

  43. Emily C says:

    I love the simple star quilt.

  44. LINDA says:

    LIKING the Diamond Sunrise Pattern>made an aqua+coral charity quilt with it>so neat! Thanks for your giveaway!

  45. BettyF says:

    OMG, I love those fabrics, hadn’t seen them yet, they are gorgeous! Yes, I would love to get the prize.

  46. jane d says:

    I’m still a newbie–I like the log cabin patterns!

  47. AnnLouise Pugh says:

    I like to look at a pattern and then make it my own….I do buy lots of books and patterns and give credit to my inspiration but I consider a pattern to be a jumping off point, not necessarily something to reproduce exactly.

  48. Emily C says:

    I love 100 Blocks.

  49. carolyn montgomery says:

    my favorite quilting magazine right now is block from msqc. thanks for the giveaway.

  50. Jacklynn Grimm says:

    Currently, my favorite book is Little Quilts, by Sarah Fielke and Amy Lobsiger. I’ve made two mini’s from this book, have another cut out ready to sew, and plan on making one for a swap I recently joined. Thanks for the giveaway!

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